4 edition of A History of Shropshire: Volume IV found in the catalog.
A History of Shropshire: Volume IV
January 1, 1989
by Victoria County History
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||304|
The VCH was established as a private enterprise in , with the first volumes appearing between and , when the funding ran out. Publications for ten counties resumed in with local funding, before the First World War brought all work to a halt. Few volumes of poetry in the English language have enjoyed as much success with both literary connoisseurs and the general reader as A. E. Housman's A Shropshire Lad, first published in Scholars and critics have seen in these timeless poems an elegance of taste and perfection of form and feeling comparable to the greatest of the classic.4/5.
A.E. Housman. A Shropshire Lad is a cycle of sixty-three poems by the English poet Alfred Edward Housman (26 March – 30 April ). Some of the better-known poems in the book are "To an Athlete Dying Young", "Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry Now" and "When I Was One-and-Twenty".The collection was published in (see in poetry).Housman originally . The Victoria County History's 'A History of the County of Shropshire' (Vol pages ) may provide the answer to the location of 'Stamford', with the help of this statement in the narrative about Ketley: On Watling Street (whose north side lay in Hadley township) a settlement called Staneford occupied the site of modern Beveley in
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The Victoria County History of Shropshire. Volume I was published inbut no further work took place in the county until it resumed in after an agreement was struck between Shropshire County Council and the University of London. Volumes II, III, IV, VIII, X and XI appeared subsequently.
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Originally published by Victoria County History, London, Domesday Book recorded 32 inhabitants in Wrockwardine and Bratton, iv.
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Revolution: A History of England Volume IV Peter Ackroyd. Add to basket. SKU: Category: History/Current Affairs.A History of Wiltshire - Volume XVI Kinwardstone Hundred by D.A. Crowley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.The Victoria County History is one of the world's longest-running research projects, exploring England's rich local history.
The Victoria County History (VCH) was founded in as a national project to write the history of every county in England.
At its inception, the project was dedicated to Queen Victoria, which is how it derives its name.