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Author: John Hartley
ISBN13: 978-1847029775
Title: Yorkshire Ditties (First and Second Series)
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Category: Poetry
Publisher: Echo Library (April 1, 2006)
Pages: 164

Yorkshire Ditties (First and Second Series) by John Hartley

n decided to reprint thatVolume, and also a Second One; both to be considerably enlarged andenriched by Selections from Mr. Hartley's other humorous writings. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

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First Page: Yorkshire Ditties. by. John Hartley Born 1839 Died 1915. to which is added the Cream of Wit and Humour from his popular writings. London W. Nicholson & Sons, Limited, 26, Paternoster Square, . and Albion Works, Wakefield. As the First Volume of the Yorkshire Ditties has been for some time out of print, and as there is a great demand for the very humorous productions of Mr. Hartley's pen, it has been decided to reprint that Volume, and also a Second One; both to be considerably enlarged and enriched by Selections from Mr.

Download John Hartley's Yorkshire Ditties, First Series for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. An' th' east wind booath whistled an' howl'd, It saanded like nowt but ill luck; When two little lads, donn'd i' rags, Baght stockins or shoes o' ther feet, Coom trapesin away ower th' flags, Booath on 'em sodden'd wi th' weet. Th' owdest mud happen be ten, Th' young en be hauf on't,-noa moor; As aw luk'd on, aw sed to misen, God help fowk this weather 'at's poor!

Yorkshire Ditties, First Series. John Hartley, Born 1839, Died 1915. Th' First o'th' Soart. Lines on Finding a Butterfly in a Weaving Shed.

The area to the southwest of the river is more influenced by Mercian dialect whilst that to the northeast is more influenced by Northumbrian dialect. The distinction was first made by A. J. Ellis in On Early English Pronunciation. It was approved of by Joseph Wright, the founder of the Yorkshire Dialect Society and the author of the English Dialect Dictionary. Yorkshire Ditties (Series 2) by John Hartley. Yorkshire Puddin' by John Hartley, 1876. Yorkshire Tales (Series 3) by John Hartley. Yorkshire Dialect Poems (1673–1915) and traditional poems by Frederic William Moorman. Songs of the Ridings by Frederic William Moorman.

Project Gutenberg's Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series, by John Hartley. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or. re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included. with this eBook or online at ww. utenberg. Title: Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series. YORKSHIRE DITTIES; BY JOHN HARTLEY; Born 1839 Died 1915. To which is added the cream of wit and humour, From his popular writings. To RICHARD CHERRY, C. as a small token of the respect in which he is held by The Author. We offer no apology for presenting this little book to the public, feeling sure from our past experience, that it will be kindly welcomed by a great many lovers of their native twang. CONTENTS of Second Series.

John Hartley (1839-1915) was an English poet who worked in the Yorkshire dialect. He wrote a great deal of prose and poetry – often of a sentimental nature – dealing with the poverty of the district. He was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Most of Hartley's works are written in dialect.

Yorkshire Ditties, First Series. Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series. Yorkshire Tales, First Series. Yorkshire Tales, Second Series. Yorkshire Tales, Third Series. Yorkshire Lyrics (1898). Pensive Poems and Startling Stories. A Tale of Wrongs and Revenge.

Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series. Works by John Hartley at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks). John Hartley at Old Poetry.