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Annals of the poor.

Legh Richmond

Annals of the poor.

by Legh Richmond

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Published by R.T.S. in London .
Written in English


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  Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user :   Each issue includes detailed pages with information needed by contributors. Communications regarding subscriptions should be sent to Meharry Medical College, Institute on Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, D.B. Todd Boulevard, Nashville, TN Communications on editorial matters should be addressed to Kirk.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Annals of the poor. Containing The dairyman's daughter, (with Richmond, Legh, View full catalog record.   Although the organization of the book is reasonable and the indexing and bibliography are satisfactory, the editing is poor. The book is rich in grammatical errors, factual errors, internal inconsistencies, sloppy or uncritical.

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Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — 3/5(1). A publication of particular interest is the Sketches of scenes in the Isle of Wight, with explanatory notes, designed as a key to the local descriptions of L. Richmond, in his Annals of the Poor, co-written by Richmond and George Brannon (of regular IOW print fame), that fills in the locations Richmond described but didn't identify.

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With a tinted engraving to frontispiece and vignette to title, engraved and printed by Edward Glover. With five stories: The Dairyman's Daughter, The Negro Servant, The Young Cottager, The Cottage Conversation and The Visit to the Infirmary. The book is a pretty. annals a record of events; chronicles, history Not to be confused with: annuals – books or reports that are published annually annuls – makes null or void; abolishes; cancels; invalidates; rescinds annals (ăn′əlz) pl.n.

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Legh Richmond (–) was a Church of England clergyman and writer. He is noted for tracts, narratives of conversion that innovated in the relation of stories of the poor and female subjects, and which were subsequently much imitated.

He was also known for an influential collection of letters to his children, powerfully stating an evangelical attitude to childhood of the period, and by Known for: Religious writing. He also edited a series of Reformation theological works, with biographies, in eight volumes called Fathers of the English Church (–12).[2] Sixteen years after Richmond’s death, the prolific engraver George Brannon published a supplement to Annals of the Poor under the title The Landscape Beauties of the Isle of Wight ().

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