2 edition of Cumbrian minstrel found in the catalog.
Vol. I: vii, , 289,  p; vol. II: , 292,  p.
|Contributions||Wilkinson, Thomas, fl. 1817-1850, printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. : 12mo.|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Known as 'the Cumbrian Minstrel', he too wrote in Scots and these poems appeared in the new editions of his poems published from Wigton in and What seems to have lifted use of Cumbrian dialect from a passing curiosity to a demonstration of regional pride in the hands of labouring class poets was the vogue of Robert Burns, among.
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Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect With Notes and Glossary By Roger Anderson &c. Printed In Wigton by R. Hetherton For E. Croby and Co. & F. Jolie and Sons. The Volume is in Very Good Condition Bound in full grained morocco, with the spine divided into five compartments by four gilt bands, with gilt lettering in the second compartment from the top, with the leaf.
By the time Stagg published The Minstrel, the vogue for this kind of travel-writing (and its reading) was well-established and the Cumbrian counties of Cumberland and Westmorland had attracted this kind of attention as far back as William Gilpin’s very popular Observations [on] the Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Wesmoreland first.
By the time Stagg published The Minstrel, the vogue for this kind of travel-writing (and its reading) was well-established and the Cumbrian counties of Cumberland and Westmorland had attracted this kind of attention as far back as William Gilpin's very popular Observations [on] the Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Wesmoreland first.
In consequence of their championship of the region, Stagg was to be called ‘The Cumbrian Minstrel’ and Anderson ‘The Cumberland Bard’. But they were only following in the footsteps of the 18th century ‘Cumberland Muse’, Susanna Blamire.
A member of the gentry, she had written songs in Scots that were set to music by Joseph Haydn. The Minstrel of the North: Or, Cumbrian Legends: Being a Poetical Miscellany of Legendary, Gothic, and Romantic, Tales.
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Open Library. John Stagg, The Cumbrian Minstrel, 2 vols (Manchester, ), II, Stuart Curran has discussed the contemporary pastoral in relation to Wordsworth's innovations in ‘Wordsworth and the Forms of Poetry’, in Kenneth Johnston and Gene Ruoff (edd.), The Age of William Wordsworth (New Brunswick, ), –6; see also Stephen Parrish's.
Known as ‘the Cumbrian Minstrel’, he too wrote in Scots and these poems appeared in the new editions of his poems published from Wigton in and What seems to have lifted use of Cumbrian dialect from a passing curiosity to a demonstration of regional pride in the hands of labouring class poets was the vogue of Robert Burns, among.
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Wilkinson, ); The Minstrel of the North: Or, Cumbrian Legends (Hamblin and Seyfang, ); and Miscellaneous Poems (Carlisle, ), among is best known for his poem “The Vampyre.” He died in Workington, England, in The Harbor of Whitehaven, North Cumbria & Cumbria, South of the Lake District.
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