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dialect of South Lancashire; or, Tim Bobbin"s Tummus and Meary

Tim Bobbin

dialect of South Lancashire; or, Tim Bobbin"s Tummus and Meary

with his rhymes and an enlargedglossary of words and phrases chiefly used by the rural population of the manufacturing districts of South Lancashire

by Tim Bobbin

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Published by John Russell Smith in London .
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Statementby Samuel Bamford.
ContributionsBamford, Samuel, 1788-1872.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20629524M

  There's a splendidly useful little word hidden away in The Dialect of South Lancashire, or Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary (), kicklety. Kicklety means likely to fall over, and can therefore describe Christmas trees (Hmm, looks a bit kicklety for me), and anybody stumbling out of a pub this weekend (Are you sure you want another?You're looking a bit kicklety). Edwin Waugh, “Eawr Folk” () in Poems and Songs of Old Lancashire (Bury: Printwise reprints, ), – Originally published Book henceforth referred to as Waugh, Poems and in Nineteenth-Century Labouring-Class Poets, –, 3 vols., edited by Scott McEathron, Kaye Kossick, and John Goodridge (London: Pickering and Chatto, ); vol. 2 (–), edited

  BAMFORD, SAMUEL (–), weaver and poet, born at Middleton, Lancashire, on 28 Feb. , was the son of an operative muslin weaver, afterwards governor of the Salford workhouse. He was sent to the Middleton and the Manchester grammar ://,_Samuel_(DNB00). Eawr Folk” () in Poems and Songs of Old Lancashire (Bury: Printwise reprints Originally published Book henceforth referred to as Waugh, Poems and Songs. Also in Nineteenth-Century

The Works of Tim Bobbin [Pseud] in Prose and Verse with a Memoir of the Author by J. Corry; To Which Is Added a Rendering Into Simple English of the Dialogue of Tummus and Meary, with the Idioms and Similes Retained and Explanatory Notes, :// Collier styled himself as the Lancashire Hogarth. One thousand people donated a £s–0d each, the tombstone was raised and a fence erected around the grave. A ceremony was arranged, which was attended by many eminent people including a number of Lancashire dialect poets who acknowledged their debt to the first of their number, Tim ://


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His first and most famous work, A View of the Lancashire Dialect, or, Tummus and Mary, appeared inand is the earliest significant piece of Lancashire dialect to be published He died in leaving the sum of £50 and was The Dialect Of South Lancashire, Or Tim Bobbin's Tummus And Meary By John Collie Glossary Of - $ Glossary Of The Lancashire Dialect By John Howard Nodal English Paperback Book Born in Urmston, Lancashire, the son of an impoverished curate, he moved to Milnrow at the age of 17 to work as a schoolmaster.

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Containing the adventures & misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. by: Bobbin, Tim, Published: () A view of the Lancashire dialect by way of ://   (archaic) Table tennis.

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