- Book Title: East Anglian Reminiscences
- Author: Goodwyn, E A
- ISBN: 0851150683
- Publisher: Boydell P
- Year Published: October 26, 1976
- Our Normal Price: £15.59 GBP ($20.43 USD)
- 22% Discounted Price: £12.16 GBP ($15.93 USD)
- Description: Boydell Press, 1976: first edition in dust jacket: 114 pages:. Synopsis: A collection of East Anglian memoirs drawn from 18th and 19th Century books and newspapers with topics including travelling players, hunting parsons, preachers and reputed witches. Chosen for their literary quality , vividness and subject matter, the memoirs included are entitled- Strolling Players at Stowmarket by J. E. Bernard -Retrospections of the Stage (1830). Tight Laced Stays by Charlotte Elizabeth Browne- Personal Recollections (1841). Norwich in the Napoleonic Wars by Charlotte Elizabeth Browne -Personal Recollections (1841). Itinerant Preacher by the Rev J B B Clarke-The Life of Adam Clark (1833). A Yeomans Household by the Rev George Crabbe-The Life of George Crabbe (1835). Madam at the Hall by Lady Cranworth- the Eastern Counties Magazine (1900 -- 1902). A Norfolk Labourers Wife by Lady Cranworth- The Eastern Counties Magazine (1900 -- 1902). Childhood in the Hungry Fifties by George Edwards- Crow Scaring to Westminster (1922). Two Village Anecdotes by Matilda B Edwards-Reminiscences (1898 ). A Precocious Dramatist by Edward Fitzball-35 Years of a Dramatic Authors Life (1859). Edmund Kean in Norwich by Edward Fitzball . A Landlord Tenant Dispute by R Garnett-The Life of W. J. Fox (1910) . The Tithe Feast Anon- The Autobiography of a Suffolk Farm Labourer in the Suffolk Times and Mercury (1894). There Goes a Man by Richard Gooch- Memoirs (1844) Victorian Village Childhood by Bessie Harvey- Youthful Memories of a Horse Keepers Daughter (1875). A Hunting Parson Schoolmaster by J C Jeaffreson- A Book of Recollections (1894). A Farmers Brutality by the Rev A Jessop - Arcady, for Better, for Worse (1887) Winter in the Country by Colonel C. Loftus - My Life (1877). The Isolation of Watermans Family by the Rev Lubbock-Observations on the Fauna of Norfolk (1849) A Village Shopkeepers Sharp Practice by the Rev E. Neale - Leaves from a Freemasons Notebook (1846). Rural Life in Victorian Norfolk by Mary H Peat- Norfolk 75 years ago in the Eastern Daily Press (1935). Two Reputed Witches by Mary Pigott-The Recollections of Emma Pigott (1890). Ratting by Oliver Ready- Life and Sport on the Norfolk Broads in the Olden Days (1910). A Village Christmas Feast by Oliver Ready- Life and Sport on the Norfolk Broads in the Olden Days (1910). The Trials of the Dissenting Minister by W. P. Scargill- The Autobiography of the Dissenting Minister (1834) . Stagecoaches In the Late 18th Century by Senex- the Provincial Spectator (1821). A Call of the Drum by John Shipp- The Path of Glory (1829). Landed Gentry by the Rev A. M. Wilson-Friends of Yesterday (1903). Condition: price corner removed: overall very clean and good
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: Yes
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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