2 edition of Voices of Herefordshire found in the catalog.
Voices of Herefordshire
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Twelve Traditional Carols from Herefordshire Collected, edited and arranged for voices with pianoforte accompaniment, or to be sung unaccompanied. The League of Nations Song Book Music ed. by Martin Shaw. The Lass that Loves a Sailor Words and music by Charles Dibdin). The Birds of Herefordshire Mervyn Davies, Peter Eldridge, Chris Robinson, Nick Smith, Gerald Wells Liverpool University Press. "The Birds of Herefordshire is the first systematic assessment of the breeding and wintering distribution and abundance of . According to Domesday, it was "Herefordshire in Wales". More recently, according to English Heritage, it is part of the "Heart of England" – after all, the name does sounds like Hertfordshire Author: Guardian Staff.
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Voices from the Napoleonic Wars reveals in telling detail the harsh lives of soldiers at the turn of the eighteenth century and in the early years of the nineteenth - the poor food and brutal discipline they endured, along with the forced marches and bloody, hand-to-hand combat.
Contemporaries were mesmerised by Napoleon, and with good reason: inhe had an unprecedented million men and Brand: Little, Brown Book Group. EXTRAORDINARY STORIES AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE WYE Historian, journalist and local author Marsha O’Mahony’s book River Voices is filled with stories of the Wye told through the words and photographs of those who have known the river all their lives – ferrymen, boat and bridge builders, rowers, swimmers, anglers, poachers, river bailiffs, otter hunters and more.
The Vera Stanhope series is a novel series consisting of six interesting novels based on the crime fiction and mystery genres. The series was written by the award winning novelist from Herefordshire, United Kingdom, Ann Cleeves.
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in Herefordshire. Before he was a teacher he used to be a farm worker, agricultural journalist and a teaching assistant.
He became a teacher because he thought it was a. Saturday May 16th. CANCELLED St. Mary’s Church, Fownhope Sacred and secular music for young voices performed by local school choirs and a visiting choir from London.
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