The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals 1824 1900

Simpson notebook; Acton to Newman, Aug. 15, 1859, Newman MSS., lists this art. for Sept.; Gasquet, p. 74n. Translated by Richard Simpson—Gasquet, p. 74.

Author: Walter E. Houghton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135795498

Category: History

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`Simply a great work of reference. Future scholars will wonder how anybody managed without the Wellesley Index. It will quietly change the whole nature of Victorian studies.' Christopher Ricks, New Statesman `It is now impossible to think of Victorian literary and historical studies without the benefit of it ... this is a very remarkable achievement indeed ... the complete set will be a monument to the Houghtons foresight, pertinacity and skill.' TLS

Lace from the Attic

Combining the story of one Victorian's knitting life with an astonishing collection of patterns, this book recalls the time when lace embellished everything from clothing to tea cozies.

Author: Nancie Wiseman

Publisher: Interweave Press

ISBN: 1883010403

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

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Combining the story of one Victorian's knitting life with an astonishing collection of patterns, this book recalls the time when lace embellished everything from clothing to tea cozies. Taken from Blanche Beau's original book of swatches, the collection presents samples and written patterns updated with conventional abbreviations and terminology. It also offers ways to incorporate the patterns into projects.

Routledge Revivals John Phillips and the Business of Victorian Science 2005

Phillips, 1836a, p. xii; Phillips, diary on Wolds and coast 1828, 16¥28 May, notebook 19, PP; Phillips, diary 1826¥7, 9 Oct 1826, 11¥29 June 1827, notebook ...

Author: Jack Morrell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315445069

Category: History

Page: 437

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First published in 2005, this book represents the first full length biography of John Phillips, one of the most remarkable and important scientists of the Victorian period. Adopting a broad chronological approach, this book not only traces the development of Phillips’ career but clarifies and highlights his role within Victorian culture, shedding light on many wider themes. It explores how Phillips’ love of science was inseparable from his need to earn a living and develop a career which could sustain him. Hence questions of power, authority, reputation and patronage were central to Phillips’ career and scientific work. Drawing on a wealth of primary sources and a rich body of recent writings on Victorian science, this biography brings together his personal story with the scientific theories and developments of the day, and fixes them firmly within the context of wider society.

Religious Thought in the Victorian Age

248 and section vi of Shawcross's Introduction. Unpublished Notebook 28, ff 30v–31 (quoted Boulger, p. 108). Coleridge's manuscript notebooks, which are ...

Author: Bernard M. G. Reardon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317889816

Category: History

Page: 386

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An account of the intellectual and theological ferment of nineteenth-century Britain - the dynamic period when so many of the ideas and attitudes we take for granted today were first established (including the impact of biblical criticism upon traditional theology, and the belief in a social as well as a spirtual mission for the Church). Key figures include Coleridge, Newman Carlyle, Matthew Arnold and F. D. Maurice. Unavailable for some time, the reappearance of this updated Second Edition will be welcomed by theologians and intellectual and literary historians alike.

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Steampunk Notebook Journal 6 x 9 notebook journal for the discerning journal owner.

Author: Jh Notebooks

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1098594126

Category:

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Steampunk Notebook Journal 6 x 9 notebook journal for the discerning journal owner. Nothing will look as wonderful as this colorful wonder on the eye. 100 blank lined pages to fill up from the fantasy of your imagination (also useful for shopping lists...sorry to bring you back down to Earth with a bump). Great gift.

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Some of our loveliest relationships are with our notebooks - those trusty places to scribble big ideas, little reminders and anything that inspires you throughout the day.

Author: Smelly Noises

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ISBN: 9798710561898

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Some of our loveliest relationships are with our notebooks - those trusty places to scribble big ideas, little reminders and anything that inspires you throughout the day. Our dot grid paper is very flexible and can be used for design, creating your own bullet style journals, drawing, pen and paper games and many more purposes. Many people like the simplicity of connecting the dots to make boxes, tables and so on. Why you will love this notebook: Beautiful Cover Design 100 Pages Dot Grid Paper 90 GSM, white paper Large size: 8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm) Premium Glossy Cover Makes a great blank notebook for aspiring creatives and friends!

John Phillips and the Business of Victorian Science

Phillips, diary 1825–6, 13 Feb, 3 March, 6 and 16 April 1826 notebook 13, PP; Phillips, diary 1826–7, 26 June 1827, notebook 16, PP; Phillips, diary 1827–9, ...

Author: Jack Morrell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351154864

Category: History

Page: 457

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John Phillips was one of the most remarkable and important scientists of the Victorian period. Orphaned at the age of seven and brought up by his uncle, he rose to hold a number of highly prestigious posts within the British academic and scientific community, despite lacking a university education. By the time of his death in 1874 he was widely regarded as one of the pioneers and champions of the science of geology, yet until now there has been no full length biography of Phillips. In rectifying this lacuna, Jack Morrell has produced a meticulous and magisterial piece of scholarship that does justice to the achievements and legacy of John Phillips. Adopting a broadly chronological approach, the book not only traces the development of Phillips's career but clarifies and highlights his role within Victorian culture, shedding light on many wider themes. It explores how Phillips' love of science was inseparable from his need to earn a living and develop a career which could sustain him. Hence questions of power, authority, reputation and patronage were central to Phillips's career and scientific work. Drawing on a wealth of primary sources and a rich body of recent writings on Victorian science, this biography provides a fascinating and compelling account of John Phillips and his legacy. Pulling together his personal story with the scientific theories and developments of the day, and fixing them firmly within the context of wider society, this biography will be vital reading for anyone with an interest in the history of British and nineteenth-century science.

The Late Victorian Folksong Revival

... his most important public contribution to the Late Victorian revival. ... One set, usually called the “Rough Copy Notebook(s),” contains mainly tunes.

Author: E. David Gregory

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810869899

Category: Music

Page: 600

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This book traces the early history of the first English folksong revival during the late Victorian era, focusing on the work of three prominent song collectors, Sabine Baring-Gould, Frank Kidson and Lucy Broadwood. It follows E. David Gregory's earlier book, Victorian Songhunters, continuing the story of English folksong collecting from when that book left off, and is copiously illustrated with examples of the folksongs collected during these years.

George Eliot and Victorian Historiography

Eliot, George, George Eliot: A Writer's Notebook (1854–1879) and Uncollected Writings, ed. Joseph Wiesenfarth (Charlottesville: Virginia University Press, ...

Author: Neil McCaw

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230286948

Category: Literary Criticism

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In this new study of George Eliot's fiction, textual attempts to imagine a coherent and unified national past are seen as producing a contradictory vision of Englishness. It is a historiographical national identity, constructed in the image of predominant, and conflicting, trends in the Victorian writing of history. The inherent uncertainty caused by the shift between different perceptions of English history leads, in the later fiction, to an abandonment of contemporaneous grand narratives. The consequence is a history that anticipates a more modern, radical philosophy of history.

Victorian Structures

According to Beatty's preface, the original notebook “belongs to the F.E. Hardy Memorial collection, now preserved in the Dorset County Museum, Dorchester.

Author: Jody Griffith

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438478319

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 190

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Argues that the descriptions of buildings frequently encountered in Victorian novels offer more than evocative settings for characters and plot; instead, such descriptions signal these novels’ self-reflexive consideration of the structure itself. Although Victorian novels often feature lengthy descriptions of the buildings where characters live, work, and pray, we may not always notice the stories these buildings tell. But when we do pay attention, we find these buildings offer more than evocative background settings. Victorian Structures uses the architectural writings of Victorian critic John Ruskin as a framework for examining the interaction of physical, social, and narrative structures in Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens, Adam Bede by George Eliot, and The Mayor of Casterbridge and Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy. By closely reading their descriptions of architectural structure, this book reconsiders structure itself—both the social structures the novels reflect, and the narrative structures they employ. Weaving together analysis of these three kinds of structure offers an interpretation of Victorian realism that is far more socially and formally unstable than critics have tended to assume. It illustrates how these novels radically critique the limitations, dysfunctions, and deceptions of structure, while also imagining alternative possibilities. This unique interdisciplinary approach emphasizes structure-in-time: while current conversations about structure focus on its static and fixed properties, this book understands it as various forces in tension, producing meanings that are always in flux. Victorian Structures focuses not only on the way structures shape our perceptions and experiences, but also, more importantly, on the processes through which those structures come to be constructed in the first place, and how they change over time. “For Jody Griffith, ‘form’ is not merely a controversial topic for twenty-first-century literary critics: it’s also the architectural form of John Ruskin, living and changing over time. Her book blends contemporary methods with nineteenth-century ideas to arrive at original formalist readings of the Victorian novel.” — Rachel Teukolsky, Vanderbilt University

William Boyd Dawkins the Victorian Science of Cave Hunting

... a vehicle to attack the work at Victoria Cave. By 1880 there was no love lost between Dawkins and Tiddeman. Professor Dawkins' Notebook The superficial ...

Author: Mark White

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473886148

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

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William Boyd Dawkins was a controversial Victorian geologist, palaeontologist and archaeologist who has divided opinion as either a hero or villain. For some, he was a pioneer of Darwinian science as a member of the Lubbock-Evans network, while for others he was little more than a reckless vandal who destroyed irreplaceable evidence and left precious little for future generations to assess.In this volume, Professor Mark White provides an unbiased archaeological and geological account of Boyd Dawkins career and legacy by drawing on almost twenty years of research as well as his archive of published and unpublished work which places him at the centre of Victorian Darwinian science and society. White examines his work in both the field and study to provide a critical yet balanced account of his achievements and standing in relation to the field today as well as among his peers.At the heart of this book is a detailed study of the circumstances surrounding the Victorian excavations at Creswell Crags, where two celebrated finds became a cause celebre

Craft Notebook

CRAFT VICTORIAN NOTEBOOK Lined notebook/journal/diary for creative writing, creating lists, for scheduling, organizing and recording your thoughts.

Author: Naughty Notes

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1795267453

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 122

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CRAFT VICTORIAN NOTEBOOK Lined notebook/journal/diary for creative writing, creating lists, for scheduling, organizing and recording your thoughts. Makes a fantastic gift idea for birthdays, christmas or a thank you. Perfect Size 6" x 9" 120 pages Softcover binding Flexible paperback

Controversy in Victorian Geology

Judging from his notebook Sedgwick accepted this correlation without question, and he carefully recorded the dip, its angle, and the mineral character of ...

Author: James A. Secord

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400854660

Category: Science

Page: 386

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Secord gives a dazzlingly detailed account of this scientific trench warfare and its social consequences. One ends up with a marvellous feeling for the major taxonomic enterprises in Darwin's younger day: mapping, ordering, conquering 'taming the chaos" of the strata. All of these of course had social and imperial ramifications; and Secord mentions geology's moral appeal (in supporting a divinely-stratified Creation) to a beleaguered elite intent on subduing the lower orders. Originally published in 1986. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Victorian Notebook

A STEAMPUNK NOTEBOOK: FEATURES: 150 Pages / 75 Sheets Format 6" x 9" - cm 15,24 x 22,86 Cover Finish Glossy Dot Grid Paper and now... SCROLL TO THE TOP OF THE PAGE AND SELECT "ADD TO CART" BUTTON

Author: Steampunk Lord

Publisher:

ISBN: 1676251707

Category:

Page: 152

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A STEAMPUNK NOTEBOOK: FEATURES: 150 Pages / 75 Sheets Format 6" x 9" - cm 15,24 x 22,86 Cover Finish Glossy Dot Grid Paper and now... SCROLL TO THE TOP OF THE PAGE AND SELECT "ADD TO CART" BUTTON

The Peeler s Notebook

Policing Victorian Dublin, Mad Dogs, Duals and Dynamite Barry Kennerk. Victorian police band, the famed RIC band, which was set up in 1861.

Author: Barry Kennerk

Publisher: Mercier Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781781177105

Category: History

Page: 240

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Dublin during the nineteenth century could be an unforgiving city, especially for the unwary. Established in 1836, the Metropolitan Police who patrolled its dark alleys and streets fought running battles with violent tenement mobs, Fenian rebels, street gangs and self-proclaimed kings. The Peeler's Notebook introduces the reader to a host of forgotten Victorian dangers, from rabid dogs and disease epidemics to garrotte-wielding thieves who plied their trade in the ever-present fog. Drawing on a selection of archival sources and newspaper accounts, this book casts fresh light on one of the liveliest eras in the history of Irish policing; in the process adding a raucous, sometimes poignant miscellany of tales to the story of Dublin's past.

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Author: Smelly Noises

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ISBN: 9798710561935

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Some of our loveliest relationships are with our notebooks - those trusty places to scribble big ideas, little reminders and anything that inspires you throughout the day. Our dot grid paper is very flexible and can be used for design, creating your own bullet style journals, drawing, pen and paper games and many more purposes. Many people like the simplicity of connecting the dots to make boxes, tables and so on. Why you will love this notebook: Beautiful Cover Design 100 Pages Dot Grid Paper 90 GSM, white paper Large size: 8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm) Premium Glossy Cover Makes a great blank notebook for aspiring creatives and friends!

Idiocy Imbecility and Insanity in Victorian Society

Charles Booth Notebook, LSE B353, 46–49, http://booth.lse.ac.uk/ notebooks/b353/jpg/49.html [accessed 21 January 2015]. Charles Booth Notebook, LSE B353, ...

Author: Stef Eastoe

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030273354

Category: History

Page: 212

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This book explores the understudied history of the so-called ‘incurables’ in the Victorian period, the people identified as idiots, imbeciles and the weak-minded, as opposed to those thought to have curable conditions. It focuses on Caterham, England’s first state imbecile asylum, and analyses its founding, purpose, character, and most importantly, its residents, innovatively recreating the biographies of these people. Created to relieve pressure on London’s overcrowded workhouses, Caterham opened in September 1870. It was originally intended as a long-stay institution for the chronic and incurable insane paupers of the metropolis, more commonly referred to as idiots and imbeciles. This purpose instantly differentiates Caterham from the more familiar, and more researched, lunatic asylums, which were predicated on the notion of cure and restoration of the senses. Indeed Caterham, built following the welfare and sanitary reforms of the late 1860s, was an important feature of the Victorian institutional landscape, and it represented a shift in social, medical and political responsibility towards the care and management of idiot and imbecile paupers.

Modes of Production of Victorian Novels

John C. Pratt and Victor A. Neufeldt, eds., George Eliot's Middlemarch Notebooks (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979), 1. 70. Beaty, Notebook, 7 ...

Author: N. N. Feltes

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226241181

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 125

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In this sophisticated application of modern Marxist thought, N. N. Feltes demonstrates the determining influence of nineteenth-century publishing practices on the Victorian novel. His dialectical analysis leads to a comprehensive explanation of the development of capitalist novel production into the twentieth century. Feltes focuses on five English novels: Dickens's Pickwick Papers, Thackeray's Henry Esmond, Eliot's Middlemarch, Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles, and Forster's Howards End. Published at approximately twenty year intervals between 1836 and 1920, they each represent a different first-publication format: part-issue, three-volume, bimonthly, magazine-serial, and single-volume. Drawing on publishing, economic, and literary history, Feltes offers a broad, synthetic explanation of the relationship between the production and format of each novel, and the way in which these determine, in the last instance, the ideology of the text. Modes of Production in Victorian Novels provides a Marxist structuralist analysis of historical events and practices described elsewhere only empirically, and traces their relationship to literary texts which have been analyzed only idealistically, thus setting these familiar works firmly and perhaps permanently into a framework of historic materialism.

Victorian Faith in Crisis

Oxford Notebook 1899-1900 , 35 . 42 . C.C.F. News , 13 December 1950 , 3 . 43 . Woodsworth to his mother , 11 and 17 December 1899 .

Author: Richard J. Helmstadter

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804716021

Category: Religion

Page: 391

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Victorian Occultism and the Making of Modern Magic

MS 57, Notebook containing Golden Dawn Flying Rolls, Yorke Collection. J.W. Brodie-Innes, 'Essay on Clairvoyance and Travelling in the Spirit Vision By Sub.

Author: A. Butler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230294707

Category: History

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The late Victorian period witnessed the remarkable revival of magical practice and belief. Butler examines the individuals, institutions and literature associated with this revival and demonstrates how Victorian occultism provided an alternative to the tightening camps of science and religion in a social environment that nurtured magical beliefs.