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description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy

Bray Mrs.

description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy

its natural history, manners, customs, superstitions, scenery, antiquities, biography of eminent persons, &c. &c. in a series of letters to Robert Southey, esq.

by Bray Mrs.

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Devon (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Devon (England) -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Mrs. Bray...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.D5 B8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6923251M
      LC Control Number03000915
      OCLC/WorldCa9004800

      Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Anna Eliza Bray Stothard books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. One of her most enduring works, A Description of the Part of Devonshire Bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy (), was the product of her correspondence with Southey. The text featured collected folklore and legends of the county of Devon (Low ).

      A description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy; its natural history, manners, customs, superstitions, etc. - A. Bray () A dictionary of English and folk-names of British birds; with their history, meaning, and the folk-lore, weather-lore, legends, etc. - H. K. Swann ()Seller Rating: % positive. The River Dart is a river in Devon, England which rises high on Dartmoor, and releases to the sea at Dartmouth.. Name. The river's name is presumed to be Brythonic Celtic meaning 'river where oak trees grow' due to the banks of the lower Dart being covered in ancient woods of native Cornish word for oak is derow; alternatively the word for water is dowr, the probable source of other.

      THE husband of the fair author of these volumes has the good fortune to be Vicar of Tavistock. The vicarage occupies part of the site of the ruined abbey, and some of its remains are embraced in the garden-ground. The vicinity of the borough is very de- lightful, combining the soft and cultivated, the wild and rugged— the quiet beauty or romantic picturesqueness of English land- scape, as shown. Their honeymoon in France provided material for her first book, Letters Written during a Tour. In , Her subsequent career as a novelist attracted the attention of Robert Southey who suggested the subject for A Description, A Description of the Part of Devonshire Bordering .


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Edward Atkyns Bray (–) was a British poet, vicar, and miscellaneous writer. Bray was the only son of Edward Bray, solicitor, and manager of the Devonshire estates of the Duke of Bedford, was born at the Abbey House, Tavistock, 18 Dec His mother, Mary, a daughter of Dr.

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One Of Her Most Enduring Works, A Description Of The Part Of Devonshire Bordering On The Tamar And The Tavy (), Was The Product Of Her Correspondence With Southey. The Text Featured Collected Folklore And Legends Of The County Of Devon (Low ).

A description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy, its natural history, manners, customs, superstitions, scenery, antiquities, biography of eminent persons, &c.

in a series of letters to Robert Southey, Esq ; Royal county directory of Devonshire. Bray, Anna Eliza () A Description of the Part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy, illustrative of its Manners, Customs, History, Antiquities, Scenery, and Natural History, in a series of Letters to Robert Southey, Esq.

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A description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy; its natural history, manners, customs, superstitions, scenery, antiquities, biography of eminent persons, &c. in a series of letters to Robert Southey, Esq / 54/5(4). In ‘A Description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy’, () Anna Eliza’s describes the history, customs and folklore of West Devon.

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&c. in a series of letters to Robert Southey, Esq / 53/5(4).