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Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple

J. R Chanter

Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple

being the substance of a series of papers readat The Literary Institution, Barnstaple. To which is appended the diary of Philip Wyot, town clerk of Barnstaple, from 1586 to 1608.

by J. R Chanter

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Published in Barnstaple .
Written in English


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Barnstaple History. Interactive ‘Before & After’ images, articles & videos featuring the history of Barnstaple.   The Barnstaple Literary and Scientific Institute Opened it’s Doors in Planning for creating and opening such an institution actually started in when a petition of over people had been given to the Mayor for the establishment of such an institution and a committee set up to found the BL&SI.

The Book of Bridestowe - £ The Book of Honiton - £ The Book of Ivybridge - £ Through the use of over photographs, many of them never before published, this book traces the history of Ivybridge from its position as a simple crossing point on the turbulent moorland river, through its rise when Wool was King in Devon, down to more recent times. Barnstaple Literary and Scientific Ins. Catalogue of the library in the year , of the Barnstaple Literary and Scientific Institution, established March 26th, - Not acquired WSL: /BAR/BAR. - Devon. Bible. N.T. Matthew. English. Baird. The gospel of w, translated into western English as spoken in Devonshire. - Author: Ian Maxted.

  An interesting story in the annuals of Barnstaple’s history is that of Ulalia Page of Plymouth who was sentenced to death for murdering her husband when the Assizes were held in Barnstaple in In Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple John Roberts Chanter tells Ulalia's tale using as a guide a diary written . From a population of approximately in , Pilton now has approximately 4, inhabitants. For the comprehensive history of Pilton you should read Margaret Reed's excellent book 'Pilton Its Past and Its People' published by The Vineyard Press (ISBN 0 1 X), which can be ordered from a number of online outlets.


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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Literary sketch, short prose narrative, often an entertaining account of some aspect of a culture written by someone within that culture for readers outside of it—for example, anecdotes of a traveler in India published in an English magazine.

Informal in style, the sketch is. Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple; Being the Substance of a Series of Papers Read at The Literary Institution, Barnstaple. To Which Is Town Clerk of Barnstaple, from to [Roberts), Chanter J.

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(John Roberts)Pages: Barnstaple has long been an attractive destination. John Roberts Chanter produced Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple to which he appended a transcription of Wyot’s Diary from of the diary in the Somerset Record Office and made it and Adam Wyatt the subject of his excellent and very readable book The lost chronicle of.

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To which is appended the diary of Philip Wyot, town clerk of Barnstaple, from to [J R Chanter]. Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple Being the substance of A Series of Papers read at the Literary Institution, Barnstaple.

To which is added the Diary of Philip Wyot, Town Clerk of Barnstaple, from to by John Roberts Chanter Barnstaple, (). Sketch, Literary (ocherk,) one of the varieties of a minor form of epic literature, the novella, differing from another form —the short story—in its lack of a single, sharp, quickly resolved conflict and in a greater development of descriptive material.

Both of these distinctive features of the sketch stem from the characteristics of the problems. Sketches Of The Literary History Of Barnstaple. To Which Is Appended The Diary Of P. Wyot, Barnstaple History Group, Barnstaple, United Kingdom. likes. Covering Barnstaple and North Devon history/5(11).

Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple: Being the substance of A Series of Papers read at the Literary Institution, Barnstaple. To which is added the Diary of Philip Wyot, Town Clerk of Barnstaple, from toBarnstaple, () pp.

Chanter, John Frederick. —Books on Barnstaple are:— Chanter (J. R.), Sketches of some Striking Incidents in the History of Barnstaple. Chanter (J. R.), Memorials of the Church of S. Peter, Barnstaple. Chanter (R.), Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple, with the Diary of Philip Wyott. n.d.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of J R Chanter books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple; being the substance of a series of papers read at The Literary Institution, Barnstaple. To which is appended the diary of Philip Wyot, town clerk of Barnstaple, from to (Barnstaple, []), by J.

Chanter (page images at HathiTrust) The Literary digest international book review. This unique publication is a vital record of the history and inhabitants of the ancient town of Barnstaple, presented in a single volume for all to treasure. This Hardback book has pages and measures: x x 2cm.5/5(1).

The literary tour is based on a book by former Devon journalist, Paul Wreyford, who wrote "A Literary Tour of Devon. " The book is published by Orchard Publications of. Chanter (John Roberts) SKETCHES OF THE LITERARY HISTORY OF BARNSTAPLE, Being the substance of A Series of Papers read at the Literary Institution, Barnstaple.

To which is added the Diary of Philip Wyot, Town Clerk of Barnstaple, from to   The West Country county of Devon, where I grew up, was a bastion of such beliefs and practices, up to at least the beginning of the twentieth century, as a number of writings attest.

In ‘North Devon Customs and Superstitions’ (), JR Chanter (author of Sketches of the Literary History of Barnstaple), for example, states the following.

If you can find it, Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple: being the substance of a series of papers read at The Literary Institution, Barnstaple.

To which is appended the diary of Philip Wyot, town clerk of Barnstaple, from to (John Roberts Chanter, ) goes into considerable detail about Barnstaple's literary connections.

Barnstaple lies on the River Taw estuary some five miles from the sea. At the point where the River Yeo meets the Taw the town of Barnstaple was born.

The date of the town’s origin has long been the subject of historical argument.Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple being the substance of a series of papers read at The Literary Institution, Barnstaple ().pdf Some account of the family of Smith, anciently of Shute in Devonshire ().pdf.Devon Book Bibliography Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 12 A history of the book in Devon, by Ian Maxted Bibiography and references.

Abbreviations. DCNQ Devon and Cornwall notes and queries Sketches of the literary history of Barnstaple, (Barnstaple) Author: Ian Maxted.