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A view of the Lancashire dialect

A view of the Lancashire dialect

by way of dialogue; between Tummus o"William"s, o"Margit o"Roaf"s, and Meary o"Dick"s, o"Tummy o"Peggy"s. Containing, the adventures & misfortunes of a Lancashire clown.

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Published by Printed for J. Binns, bookseller, Leeds, and N. Binns, Preston in [Leeds] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 766, no. 23.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination26,[22]p.
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16986351M

John Collier was an English caricaturist and satirical poet known by the pseudonym of Tim Bobbin. His first and most famous work, A View of the Lancashire Dialect, or, Tummus and Mary, appeared in , and is the earliest significant piece of Lancashire dialect to be published.   Re: Lancashire Dialect Post by ancientnloyal» Thu am My sister got a Lancashire Dialect book for Xmas, quite a good read too and many phrases I’ve not heard of and really shows the differences between Bolton, Wigan, Preston etc . Lancashire and Yorkshire Dialect Literature. My PhD was on the ‘Lancashire Dialect Literature – – ’ (from the publication of Tim Bobbin’s ‘Tummus un Meary’ to the death of Allen Clarke). One of these days I’ll get round to publishing a full-length book on the subject, but including Yorkshire dialect literature as well.   If you want to here more Lancashire dialect being spoken and sung then get thee sen over’t Lancashire Dialect poems pages. If you think anything above is wrong or would like to see your “Lancastrian” words up on this list, leave a .


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LibriVox recording of Tim Bobbin: A View of the Lancashire Dialect by John Collier and others. Read by Phil Benson.

A comic dialogue written in John Collier's idiosyncratic version of the 18th century South Lancashire dialect together with a collection of 19th. A view of the Lancashire dialect: with a large glossary, the adventures and misfortunes of a Lancashire clown, by Tummus a Williams, &c.

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