3 edition of Bits o Broad Lancashire found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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It was erected by the local noble family Gozze in the late 15th century, who requested ship captains to bring back seeds and plants from their travels. Laycock any more of our space. In addition, theapproved by Charles in March 1642, funded suppression of the revolt by confiscating land from Irish Catholics, much of it owned by members of the Confederacy. Hoo's mended up at lot sin noon, Aw think hoo'll soon be reet; Hoo's tawked o' nowt but thee o day, An wished as id wur neet.
I think that using "us" for "our" is West Riding specifically. NRA 22535 Manchester Womens Gas Federation• NRA 17746 Ashton family of Hopwood and Prestwich: papers• People who need medical treatment rather than sneering persecution, no doubt.
NRA 29658 Manchester: Ardwick Bicycle Club• Irish language poets, especially incontinued to champion the cause after James' death; in 1715, Eoin O Callanain described his son as " taoiseach na nGaoidheal" or "chieftain of the Gaels".
Wasn't sure if I'd be stepping on toes by changing the article myself so I thought I'd just put a note here. —Preceding was added at 04:47, 27 November 2007 UTC "Tenfoot" is generally a Lincolnshire word. NRA 39353 Crumpsall Hospital and Institution, Manchester•
17:55, 14 June 2009 UTC Wakefield or perhaps solely the Normanton CP has a different accent from the rest of West Yorks, it seems Comparing with Leeds.
Still hoo never despaired, tho' hoo knew th' end wur near, But hoo'd smile in hur cheear up i' t' nook; An' sometimes hoo'd ax me to sit deawn, an' read A chapter or two fro' th' owd book.
The precise meaning of the word "dialect" has changed over time.