Notes and queries concerning Evesham and the four shires
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Notes and queries concerning Evesham and the four shires a ... collection of ... contributions to ... the "Evesham journal" ... 1906- ... 1910. by Ettwell Augustine Bracher Barnard

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The lines in the text are from Mr. George Gibbs of Evesham, Worcestershire, who communicated them to the "Notes and Queries" column of The Evesham Journal, edited by Mr. E. A. B. Barnard (see Notes and Queries concerning Evesham and the Four Shires, , Vol. I, p. ). Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, and Gloucestershire, are included in this Commission, pretending these four shires are within the Marches of Wales"; but to show that these four shires were no part of the Marches of Wales, but were English counties, he cites many authorities, including a decision of all the Judges of England and. Notes queries concerning Evesham and the four shires: Being a selected collection of original contributions to the antiquarian column of the "Evesham Journal" during the period July - July / edited by E.A.B Barnard. Vol Evesham: W. H. Smith, Notes & Queries Concerning Evesham and the Four Shires: Being a Selected Collection of Original Contributions to the Antiquarian Column of the “Evesham Journal”. Ed. E. A. Barnard. 3 vols. Evesham: W. & H. Smith, – Ord, John, ed. The Bothy Songs & Ballads of Aberdeen, Banff & Moray, Angus and the Mearns. Paisley: Alexander Gardner.

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