In Fine Fettle Lancashire Dialect Poems

In Fine Fettle Lancashire Dialect Poems. Peter Thornley

In Fine Fettle  Lancashire Dialect Poems


Author: Peter Thornley
Published Date: 01 Apr 1994
Publisher: Landy Publishing Co
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Format: Paperback::40 pages
ISBN10: 1872895190
File Name: In Fine Fettle Lancashire Dialect Poems.pdf
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Download torrent In Fine Fettle Lancashire Dialect Poems. A View of the Lancashire Dialect: By Way of Dialogue Between Tummus O - Tim Bobbin - Google Books Fettle was recorded in a mid 18th-century glossary of Lancashire dialect as meaning dress, case, condition.It is now seldom found outside this phrase and its variants, which include in good fettle and in high fettle. Buy In Fine Fettle: Lancashire Dialect Poems by Peter Thornley, Michael May (ISBN: 9781872895192) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Written between 1861 and 1865, many of the poems are by the workers most affected by the famine. Around a quarter of the 300 poems discovered so far are written in the Lancashire dialect, with some published in local newspapers or simply sent in letters. All the poems were held in local archives and had never been studied or collected. to be in fine fettle - to be well/healthy 'ow's thee diddlin' - how It was said with the pause before the word brush in the Lancashire accent. "Them two are livin Dorset Blue Vinney. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. PHRASES OR WORDS SPOKEN WITHIN THE LANCASHIRE AREA. used to indicate a good state of repair or excellent condition as in "it were in fine fettle". In fine fettle:Lancashire dialect poems THORNLEY, P. & May M. Verses gay and grave THORNTON, Samuel Poems From Lancashire Life THROP, Jonty Very young life of Clara Thursby THURSBY, Clara From blue horizons to dale and fell:a book of poems THWAITES, Edward A short play for children and others TICKLE, Barbara M Champion road TILSLEY, Frank I am an ex-patriate Lanky lad, having emigrated to Canada in 1973, from Heywood. I always enjoyed reading dialect, and somehow, being removed from the local scene only served to increase my interest. My mother, when she was alive, used to send me 'Lancashire Life' magazine, and I used to cut out all the dialect poetry. The period of early dialect research in Great Britain did little to cover Scouse. The early researcher Alexander John Ellis said that Liverpool and Birkenhead "had no dialect proper", as he conceived of dialects as speech that had been passed down through generations from the earliest Germanic speakers. Although written about 1735, they were not published until after the author's death in A Miscellany of Poems (Wigton, 1747), followed by two further editions in 1797 and 1805. The Rev. Robert Nelson followed him in the same tradition with A choice collection of poems in Cumberland dialect ru THE DIALECT OF LANCASHIRE. of Of the Lancashire dialect there is not even a Our words, scattered through districts and used by a population [which is] yet held A mon 'at plays a fiddle weel, l8 S9- Should never awse to dee. BAK-BREDE, sb. a broad thin board, with a handle, used in riddling out the dough of In Fine Fettle Lancashire Dialect Poems by Peter Thornley,Michael May Paperback, 40 Pages, Published 1994 by Landy Publishing Co ISBN-13: Lancashire Dialect: A Selection of Words and Anecdotes from Around Lancashire and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Williffe Cunliam: lost Victorian poet becomes a new literary star with his Lancashire dialect. David Collins, Northern Correspondent. August 5 From Woz'ls Humorous Sketches and Rhymes in the East Yorkshire Dialect (n. d.). Whin I gor hoired et Beacon Farm a year last Martinmas, I fund we'd gor a vory bonny soort o' kitchen lass; And so I tell'd her plooin' made me hungry thot was why I awlus was a laatle sthrong on pudden and on pie. In Fine Fettle: Lancashire Dialect Poems [P. Thornley, M. May] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. in fine fettle in very good condition. Fettle was recorded in a mid 18th-century glossary of Lancashire dialect as meaning dress, case and condition. It is now "No, no; but it's a fine thing to come to a man when he's seen into the nature of business: to have the chance of getting a bit of the country into good fettle, as they say, and putting men into the right way with their farming, and getting a bit of good contriving and solid building done -that those who are living and those who come after will 64 words from the Lincolnshire dialect people not from the county would not understand. So just what qualifies as county dialect and what do some of those strange words actually mean? We have put together a list of 64 with what we believe them to mean. raining a fine rain. 23.Haar an even finer rain. 24.Emps Piece Brierley all wrote in the Lancashire dialect at about the same time New Usage of Existing Words or excellent condition as in It were in fine fettle.fleck and







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