The Resource The Brontë country; : its topography, antiquities, and history,, by J.A. Erskine Stuart

The Brontë country; : its topography, antiquities, and history,, by J.A. Erskine Stuart

Label
The Brontë country; : its topography, antiquities, and history,
Title
The Brontë country;
Title remainder
its topography, antiquities, and history,
Statement of responsibility
by J.A. Erskine Stuart
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Stuart, J. A. Erskine
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PR4168
LC item number
.S7 1971
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Brontë family
  • Brontë family
  • Yorkshire (England)
  • Yorkshire (England)
  • Yorkshire (England)
  • England
  • Brothers and sisters
  • Authors, English
  • Literary landmarks
  • Authors, English
  • Brothers and sisters
  • Homes
  • Intellectual life
  • Literary landmarks
  • Travel
Label
The Brontë country; : its topography, antiquities, and history,, by J.A. Erskine Stuart
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1888 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Patrick Bronte's Irish home -- Aghaderg and Drumgooland -- St. John's College, Cambridge -- The scene of his first curacy, Wethersfield, in Essex -- The scene of his first Yorkshire curacy at Dewsbury -- Dewsbury Parish Church -- Its history -- The Institution of Sunday Schools in 1783, by the Rev. Matthew Powley, and the Rev. Hammond Roberson, his curate -- Squirrel Hall, the residence of Roberson on Dewsbury Moor -- Anecdotes of Bronte, and sketch of his career in Dewsbury -- 2. The scene of Patrick Bronte's first incumbency at Harsheadcum-Clifton -- Penzance, the home of Maria Branwell -- Guiseley Church, the scene of Patrick Bronte's wedding -- His house at Clough Lane, Hightown, near Hartshead -- Hartshead Church, its history -- Liversedge Church, and Hammond Roberson -- Anecdotes of Roberson -- Heald's Hall -- Rawfold's Mill and the Luddites -- Cartwright's and Roberson's graves in Liversedge Churchyard -- 3. Thornton, the birthplace of the three sisters and Branwell Bronte -- The Old Bell Chapel -- The parsonage -- Haworth, the workshop of the Brontes -- Its church and rectory -- Their history -- Vandalism triumphant -- The Rev. William Grimshaw and his life-work -- 4. The school scenes of the sisters Bronte at Cowan Bridge -- Tunstall Church -- Burrow, and Burrow Hall, the scene of the Roman Bremontacae -- Thurland Castle -- The Tunstalls of Thurland -- Lunedale -- Casterton
  • 5. The West Riding School scenes at Roe Head and Dewsburgy Moor -- General appearance of the Heavy Woollen District of Yorkshire -- Importance of this district in connection with "Shirley" -- The houses Charlotte visited -- The Rydings, Birstall -- Birstall and its surroundings -- Norton Conyers and "Jane Eyre" -- Birstall Church, the Briarfield Church of "Shirley" -- The Healds of Birstall -- Oakwell Hall -- Sir Fletcher Norton at Oakwell -- Anecdotes of Sir Fletcher -- The Battle of Adwalton Moor -- The Duke of Newcastle's portrait -- Priestley the philosopher born at Fieldhead -- The Red House, Gomersal -- Gomersal and the Luddites -- The Shirley habitation of the Prim Rose League -- Herbert Knowles, the Yorkshire Chatterton, and his connection with GOmersal -- Pollard Hall -- Brookroyd -- Hunsworth Mills, the Hollows Mill of "Shirley" -- The Hollow -- Oakenshaw and its cross -- Bierlay Hall, and Dr. Richardson -- Miss Currer of Eshton and Bierley -- The nom de plume of "Currer Bell" -- Kirklees and Robin Hood -- The Nunneley of "Shirley" and the Ferndean Manor of "Jane Eyre" -- The Dumb Steeple -- The Armytages of Kirklees -- Chaucer and Kirklees -- Mirfield Church -- Papist Hall -- 6. The nursery of the Bronte genius -- Haworth and the Moors -- The Waterfall at Ponden Kirk -- The Crow Hill Bog eruption -- Sowdens and Grimshaw -- Stanbury -- "Wuthering Heights" -- 7. Scenes of governess-ship -- Halifax and Rawdon -- Patrick Branwell Bronte at Luddendenfoot and Sowerby Bridge -- Broughton-in-Furness -- Green Hammerton -- Hathersage and "Jane Eyre" -- The Vale of Hope -- The Lake District -- 8. Collectanea Bronteana -- Celtic origin of Bronte genius -- The true position of Branwell -- His artistic and poetic attainments -- Emily, as "The Merry Monarch" -- Concluding remarks
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 241 pages
Isbn
9780838312520
Lccn
71179270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00266902
  • (OCoLC)ocm00266902
Label
The Brontë country; : its topography, antiquities, and history,, by J.A. Erskine Stuart
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1888 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Patrick Bronte's Irish home -- Aghaderg and Drumgooland -- St. John's College, Cambridge -- The scene of his first curacy, Wethersfield, in Essex -- The scene of his first Yorkshire curacy at Dewsbury -- Dewsbury Parish Church -- Its history -- The Institution of Sunday Schools in 1783, by the Rev. Matthew Powley, and the Rev. Hammond Roberson, his curate -- Squirrel Hall, the residence of Roberson on Dewsbury Moor -- Anecdotes of Bronte, and sketch of his career in Dewsbury -- 2. The scene of Patrick Bronte's first incumbency at Harsheadcum-Clifton -- Penzance, the home of Maria Branwell -- Guiseley Church, the scene of Patrick Bronte's wedding -- His house at Clough Lane, Hightown, near Hartshead -- Hartshead Church, its history -- Liversedge Church, and Hammond Roberson -- Anecdotes of Roberson -- Heald's Hall -- Rawfold's Mill and the Luddites -- Cartwright's and Roberson's graves in Liversedge Churchyard -- 3. Thornton, the birthplace of the three sisters and Branwell Bronte -- The Old Bell Chapel -- The parsonage -- Haworth, the workshop of the Brontes -- Its church and rectory -- Their history -- Vandalism triumphant -- The Rev. William Grimshaw and his life-work -- 4. The school scenes of the sisters Bronte at Cowan Bridge -- Tunstall Church -- Burrow, and Burrow Hall, the scene of the Roman Bremontacae -- Thurland Castle -- The Tunstalls of Thurland -- Lunedale -- Casterton
  • 5. The West Riding School scenes at Roe Head and Dewsburgy Moor -- General appearance of the Heavy Woollen District of Yorkshire -- Importance of this district in connection with "Shirley" -- The houses Charlotte visited -- The Rydings, Birstall -- Birstall and its surroundings -- Norton Conyers and "Jane Eyre" -- Birstall Church, the Briarfield Church of "Shirley" -- The Healds of Birstall -- Oakwell Hall -- Sir Fletcher Norton at Oakwell -- Anecdotes of Sir Fletcher -- The Battle of Adwalton Moor -- The Duke of Newcastle's portrait -- Priestley the philosopher born at Fieldhead -- The Red House, Gomersal -- Gomersal and the Luddites -- The Shirley habitation of the Prim Rose League -- Herbert Knowles, the Yorkshire Chatterton, and his connection with GOmersal -- Pollard Hall -- Brookroyd -- Hunsworth Mills, the Hollows Mill of "Shirley" -- The Hollow -- Oakenshaw and its cross -- Bierlay Hall, and Dr. Richardson -- Miss Currer of Eshton and Bierley -- The nom de plume of "Currer Bell" -- Kirklees and Robin Hood -- The Nunneley of "Shirley" and the Ferndean Manor of "Jane Eyre" -- The Dumb Steeple -- The Armytages of Kirklees -- Chaucer and Kirklees -- Mirfield Church -- Papist Hall -- 6. The nursery of the Bronte genius -- Haworth and the Moors -- The Waterfall at Ponden Kirk -- The Crow Hill Bog eruption -- Sowdens and Grimshaw -- Stanbury -- "Wuthering Heights" -- 7. Scenes of governess-ship -- Halifax and Rawdon -- Patrick Branwell Bronte at Luddendenfoot and Sowerby Bridge -- Broughton-in-Furness -- Green Hammerton -- Hathersage and "Jane Eyre" -- The Vale of Hope -- The Lake District -- 8. Collectanea Bronteana -- Celtic origin of Bronte genius -- The true position of Branwell -- His artistic and poetic attainments -- Emily, as "The Merry Monarch" -- Concluding remarks
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 241 pages
Isbn
9780838312520
Lccn
71179270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00266902
  • (OCoLC)ocm00266902

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