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  • A glossary of the Lancashire dialect, by John H. Nodal and George Milner.

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    • Bath, Cedric Chivers, 1972.
    • 1972-1875
    • 1 item
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  • The Lanky twang - how it is spoke [microform].

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    • Lancaster, Dalesman, 1972.
    • 1972
    • 1 item
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  • Studies in the linguistic geography of Lancashire and Rutland [microform] / by Averil H. Playford.

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    • [Leeds], 1957.
    • 1957
  • Lancashire dialect / by Peter Wright ; [maps by E. Gower ].

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    • Clapham, N. Yorkshire : Dalesman, 1976.
    • 1976
    • 1 item
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  • The Journal of the Lancashire Dialect Society.

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    • [Manchester] : The Society, 1951-1992.
    • 199-1992
    • 4 items
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  • The works of Tim Bobbin, esq. in prose and verse / John Collier. With a memoir of the author by John Corry.

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    • Rochdale : J. Westall, 1819.
    • 1819
    • 2 items

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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect; with a large glossary; being the adventures and misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. y Tummus a Williams, & c.

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    • London, P. Charles, [n.d.]
    • 1 item
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  • A Lancashire miscellany of dialect verse; edited by James Bennett.

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    • Oldham, Hirst, Kidd, & Rennie [1960]
    • 1960
    • 1 item
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, esq; containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other [of] his whimsical amusements in prose and verse some of which never before published, the whole embellished with eleven copper plates.

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    • Manchester [Eng.]: Printed J. Haslingden; London: And sold by W. Richardson, 1793.
    • 1793
    • 1 item
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, esq. [pseud.] containing his view of the Lancashire dialect, with large additions and improvements: also, his poem of The flying dragon, and the man of Heaton; together with other whimsical amusements in prose and verse, to which is added, a life of the author.

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    • Manchester, J. Slack, 1818.
    • 1818
    • 1 item

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  • The works of Tim Bobbin, esq., in prose and verse. With a memoir of the author by John 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, etc., by Elijah Ridings.

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    • Manchester, J. Heywood, 1862.
    • 1862
    • 1 item
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  • A Lancashire anthology, selected and edited, with short biographical notices of the authors; with an introd. by Wilfrid Gibson.

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    • Liverpool, Univ. Press of Liverpool, 1923.
    • 1923
    • 1 item
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  • Warblin's fro' an owd songster / by Samuel Laycock ; with an introductory sketch by W. Trevor.

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    • Oldham [England] : W. E. Clegg, [1893]
    • 1893
    • 1 item
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  • Warblin's fro' an owd songster. With an introductory sketch by W. Trevor. Containing a supplementary sketch by James Middleton, and recollections of the author by his son-in-law Sim Schofield. Also a short appendix of additional poems and a few press notices of the 1st ed.

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    • Oldham, Clegg, 1894.
    • 1894
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  • Lancashire songs / by Samuel Laycock.

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    • Manchester : John Heywood ; London : Simpkin, Marshall, [18--?]
    • 18
    • 1 item
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, Esq. [pseud.]; containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of The flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other his [sic] whimsical amusements in prose and verse. Some of which never before published ...

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    • Manchester, Printed for the author and Mr. Haslingden, 1775.
    • 1775
    • 1 item
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  • English hymns and ballads and other studies in popular literature.

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    • Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1927.
    • 1927
    • 1 item
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  • Ab-o'th'-Yates dictionary; or, Walmsley fowt skoomester. Put t'gether by th' help o' fause Juddie.

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    • Manchester, A Heywood & Son, 1881.
    • 1881
    • 1 item

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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect; by way of dialogue ... Containing the adventures & misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. To which are added, The flying dragon and the man of Heaton, The blackbird--The goose--The gardener and the ass--The pluralist and old soldier. An a glossary of the Lancashire words and phrases. By Tim Bobbin, Esq. [pseud.] ...

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    • Huddersfield, Brook & Lancashire, 1805.
    • 1805
    • 1 item
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  • Dialect of South Lancashire : or, Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary ; with his rhymes and an enlarged and amended glossary of words and phrases, chiefly used by the rural population of the manufacturing districts of South Lancashire / by Samuel Bamford.

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    • Manchester : [s.n.], 1850.
    • 1850
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  • The dialect of South Lancashire ; or, Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary : with his rhymes and an enlarged glossary of words and phrases, chiefly used by the rural population of the manufacturing districts of South Lancashire / by Samuel Bamford.

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    • London : J.R. Smith, 1854.
    • 1854
    • 1 item
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  • Writings; with a memoir of the author by Hy. Colley March.

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    • Rochdale, Clegg, Aldine press, 1901.
    • 1901
    • 1 item

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  • The Lancashire dialect, a dialogue between Tummus o'Willians's, o'Margit o'Roaphs, and Meary o'Dick's, o'Tummy o'Peggy's. By Tim Bobbin [pseud.] To which is added a rendering into simple English, with the idioms and similes retained, and explanatory notes, etc., by Elijah Ridings ...

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    • Manchester, J. Heywood [1857]
    • 1857
    • 1 item
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  • Tim Bobbin's Lancashire dialect and poems / plates by G. Cruikshank.

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    • London : Hurst, Chance, 1828.
    • 1828
    • 2 items
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  • The goblin's grave / by Edwin Waugh.

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    • Manchester : J. Heywood, 1865.
    • 1865
    • 1 item
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  • Tom Treddlehoyle's thowts, joakes, an smiles for Midsummer day; setting foarth, hiz jont ta Lunnan, ta see t'League Bazaar; an amang uther things, a prospecktas of a cloaze-line cumpany.

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    • London, W. Strange, 1845.
    • 1845
  • Widder Bagshaw an' her nevvy Samul's thri wick trip fro' Chowbent to t' sitty o' Parris. Wi' wot they did, wot the seed, an' wot they heert tell on. By the author of The widder's trip from Chowbent to New Brighton.

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    • Liverpool, W. Gilling [187-?]
    • 187
  • Zu den Lautverhältnissen der Lancashire Dialekte : auf Grund von Lautplatten aus den englischen Gefangenlagern / von Hugo Bröker.

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    • Berlin : Mayer & Müller, 1930.
    • 1930
  • Tom Treddlehoyle's trip ta Lunnan ta see Paxton's great glass lantern ...

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    • Leeds, A. mann [1853?]
    • 1853
  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, esq [electronic resource] : containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other [of] his whimsical amusements in prose and verse some of which never before published, the whole embellished with eleven copper plates.

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    • Manchester [Eng.]: Printed J. Haslingden; London: And sold by W. Richardson, 1793.
    • 1793
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  • Warblin's fro' an owd songster [electronic resource] / With an introductory sketch by W. Trevor. Containing a supplementary sketch by James Middleton, and recollections of the author by his son-in-law Sim Schofield. Also a short appendix of additional poems and a few press notices of the 1st ed.

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    • Oldham, Clegg, 1894.
    • 1894
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  • Two lectures on the Lancashire dialect / by the Rev. W. Gaskell, M.A.

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    • London : Chapman and Hall, 1854.
    • 1854
    • 1 item
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  • Two lectures on the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] / by W. Gaskell.

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    • [London : Chapman and Hall, 1854]
    • 1854
    • 1 resource

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  • Tim Bobbin's Lancashire dialect and poems [electronic resource] / plates by G. Cruikshank.

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    • London : Hurst, Chance, 1828
    • 1828
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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue. To which is added a glossary of all the Lancashire words and phrases therein used. By T. Bobbin, opp'n Speyker o'th' Dialect.

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    • Manchester : printed and sold by R. Whitworth, Bookseller; and sold also by Mr. Meadows, at the Angel, in Cornhill, London; Mr. Higginson, Warrington; Mr. Scolfield, Rochdale; Mr Milner, Halifax; Wakefield; Leeds; Mr. Wilkinson, Junior Ripponden; and Mr. William Taylor, in Oldham, 1746.
    • 1746
    • 1 resource

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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue, between Tummus o'Williams, o'f Margit o'Roafs, an Meary o'Dicks, o'Tummy o'Peggy's. Containing the adventures & misfortunes of a Lancashire clown.

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    • London : printed for, and sold by the booksellers in town and country, [1746?]
    • 1746
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  • The battle of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton [electronic resource].

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    • [Manchester] : Printed for the author Tim Bobbin, and Mr. Haslingden, bookseller in Manchester, [1775?]
    • 1775
    • 1 resource

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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue; between Tunmus O'willioms, o'f Margit O'Roafs, an Meary O'Dicks, O'Tummy O'peggy's. Containing the adventures and misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. Embellished with seven copper plates; one of which is a strong likeness of the author Tim Bobbin.

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    • [Manchester] : Printed for the author, and Mr. Haslingden, bookseller, in Manchester, 1775.
    • 1775
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  • Tim Bobbin's toy-shop open'd or, his whimsical amusements [electronic resource] : Containing, his view of the Lancashire dialect, (with a large Glossary) being the Adventures and Misfortunes of a Lancashire Clown. The Poem of the Black Bird; or Whistling Ouzel. The Goose; a Poem, (by an unknown Hand) corrected by T. B. A humourous (but real) Codicil to a Conjurer's Will. Prickshaw Witch blown up; or the Conjuror out-conjured. ... Letter to the Empress of Rishworth, alias the Queen at the Booth. A Letter to T. P. Esq; being an Explanation of the above Letter; and a State of the Case between her Ladyship and the Author. Together with several other humourous epistles, Epitaphs, &c. in Prose and Rhyme. Also some original Lancashire, Scotch, and other Letters, never before published. Embellished with copper-plates designed by the author, and engraved by Mr. Barlow, of Bolton.

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    • Manchester : printed and sold by Joseph Harrop, and by the booksellers throughout England and Wales, 1763.
    • 1763
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, [electronic resource] : Esq; containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other his whimsical amusements in prose and verse. Some of which never before Published. The whole embellished with eleven copper plates.

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    • [Manchester] : Printed for the author, and Mr. Haslingden, bookseller, in Manchester, 1775.
    • 1775
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, [electronic resource] : Esq. Containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other his whimsical amusements, in prose and verse. Some of which never before Published. The whole embellished with ten copper plates.

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    • [Manchester] : Printed for J. Haslingden, Manchester, 1793. And sold in London by W. Richardson, Royal-Exchange, [1793]
    • 1793
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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue, between Tummus o'Williams, o'Margit o'Reaph's, and Meary o'Dick's, o'Tummy o'Peggy's. Containing the adventures and misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. To which are added, The flying dragan and the man of Heaton, ... and A glossary of the Lancashire words and phrases. By Tim Bobbin, ...

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    • [London?] : Printed for the booksellers, 1797.
    • 1797
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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue. Between Tummus o'Williams's, o'Margit o'Roaph's, and Meary o'Dick's, o'Tummy o'Peggy's. Shewing ... the comical adventures and misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. To which is prefix'd ... a dialogue between the author and his pamphlet. ... With a glossary of all the Lancashire words and phrases ... By Tim Bobbin, ...

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    • Manchester : printed and sold by Josehp [sic] Harrop, 1757.
    • 1757
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  • The miscellaneous works of Tim Bobbin, [electronic resource] : Esq. Containing his view of the Lancashire dialect; with large additions and improvements. Also his poem of the flying dragon and the man of Heaton. Together with other his whimsical amusements, in prose and verse. Some of which never before published.

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    • London [i.e. York?] : printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater; and for Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, York, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • Tim Bobbin's View of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : with large additions and improvements. Also a glossary Of Lancashire Words and Phrases.

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    • London [i.e. York?] : printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater; and for Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, York, 1798.
    • 1798
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  • A view of the Lancashire dialect [electronic resource] : by way of dialogue. Between Tummus O'william's, O'margit O'Roaph's, and Meary O'Dick's, O'Tummy O'peggy's. Shewing in that speech, the comical adventures and Misfortunes of a Lancashire clown. To which is prefix'd (by way of Preface.) a dialogue between the author and his pamphlet. With a glossary of all the Lancashire Words and Phrases therein used. By Tim. Bobbin, Fellow of the Sisyphian Society of Dutch. Loom Weavers, and an old Adept in the Dialect.

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    • Leedes : printed and sold by James Lister, and by the booksellers in Manchester, Wakefield, Halifax, Bradford, Sheffield, and most other booksellers in the country, [1748?]
    • 1748
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  • Acting with an accent. British north country [sound recording] / David Alan Stern.

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    • [Lyndonville, Vt.] : Dialect Accent Specialists, ©2003.
    • 2003
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  • Zu den Lautverhältnissen der Lancashire Dialekte : auf Grund von Lautplatten aus den englischen Gefangenlagern / von Hugo Bröker.

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    • Berlin : Mayer & Müller, 1930.
    • 1930
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  • A glossary of Rochdale-with-Rossendale words and phrases.

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    • London : J. Heywood, 1886.
    • 1886
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  • The dialect of South Lancashire, or, Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary : with his rhymes and an enlarged glossary of words and phrases, chiefly used by the rural population of the manufacturing districts of South Lancashire / by Samuel Bamford.

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    • London : J.R. Smith, 1854.
    • 1854
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