2 edition of Extract from A view of the present state of Derbyshire found in the catalog.
Extract from A view of the present state of Derbyshire
Reprinted from the 1789 edition.
|Other titles||A view of the present state of Derbyshire.|
|Statement||by J. Pilkington. Vol.1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
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A New Historical & Descriptive View of Derbyshire by D Peter Davies ; Magna Brittanica Vol 5 The Victoria History of Derbyshire, Volume One edited by Wm Page; The Victoria History of Derbyshire Volume Two [See HERE] A View of the Present State of Derbyshire Volumes By James Pilkington ; The History of Chesterfield James Pilkington () A View of the Present State of Derbyshire with an account of its most remarkable antiquities illustrated by an accurate map and plates, J.
Drewry, Derby, p. 25; see also Rhodes, E. () Peak Scenery; or The Derbyshire Tourist, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, London, p. 8, which carries a dedication to Author: Amy Sargeant.
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Drewry, Derby8vo., two volumes, pp+pp, volume I with a pull out map of 'Derbyshire from an Accurate Survey by t', illustrated throughout with various engravings, contemporary owner's inscription in. A View of the Present State of Derbyshire [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: James Pilkington. A View of the Present State of Derbyshire - James Pilkington Derby, England: J Drewry. In Mr. James Pilkington, minister of the Unitarian chapel at Derby, published " A View of the present State of Derbyshire," in two volumes, 8vo.
The first volume relates to its natural history: a part of the second volume is occupied by general topics; in the remainder is a brief account of the parishes, under the head of the several. A view of the present state of Derbyshire; with an account of its most remarkable Extract from A view of the present state of Derbyshire book.
A view of the present state of Derbyshire: with an account of its most remarkable antiquities ; Illustrated by an Accurate Map and Plates. In two volumes. Ingleby is a hamlet and civil parish in South Derbyshire, ed on the south of the River Trent on a rise between Stanton by Bridge and Repton, Ingleby contains the privately owned John Thompson public house and the Ingleby Art ct: South Derbyshire.
4 James Pilkington, A View of the Present State of Derbyshire, vol. ii, Derby,p. ; Anonymous, ‘A Cursory View’, m s,Chatsworth Archives. 5 This bed, sometimes called ‘Queen Mary’s bed’, was probably made for the 1st Duke’s apartments c. Moved to Hardwick by the 6th Duke, it was destroyed c.
Textile. General View of the Agriculture and Minerals of Derbyshire: With Observations on the Means of Their Improvement. Drawn Up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement, Volume 2.
in its present state, both to the Parishioners and the Public. Completed inthe Hall is located at the manor (hamlet) of Foremark, near the hamlets of Ingleby, Ticknall, Milton, and the village of Repton in South Derbyshire, England.
It is the current home of the Repton Preparatory School. Before becoming the Preparatory School, Foremarke Hall was the ancestral home Architectural style: Georgian-Palladian. Derbyshire (NGR SK ) occupies a promi- nent bluff of Bunter sandstone and pebble on the south side of the valley of the River Trent (FIGURE 1).
The river now flows one kilometre away to the north, on the far side of the valley, but originally flowed on the Repton. James Pilkington A View of the Present State of Derbyshire Vol. 1 Drewery, Derby James Pilkington A View of the Present State of Derbyshire Vol.
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Printed minutes of local authorities are held - Ilkeston Borough Council toErewash Borough Council to present, and Derbyshire County Council for 3 years. There is also a.
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The ore deposits are principally contained within the Carboniferous Limestone and are heavily watered, so that as mining proceeded from aboutthe orefield became pre-eminent for the construction of long drainage adits locally known as : J.
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BiographyBorn:bapt. Foremark, Derbyshire. Five Wells chambered tomb is situated on Taddington Moor on the limestone plateau of Derbyshire.
The monument includes a roughly circular burial-mound measuring 23m by 22m and surviving to a height of c.1m. Originally the mound would have been somewhat higher, but most of the surface was robbed of its stone in the eighteenth century.
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