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Sixty years a Fenman

Arthur Redvers Randell

Sixty years a Fenman

by Arthur Redvers Randell

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Published by Routledge & K. Paul in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fens (England)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur R.Randell. Edited by Enid Porter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.F33
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 126 p. :
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19201677M
    LC Control Number66071910

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Arthur Redvers Randell (11 July – March ) wrote about life in the English Fens. Biography. Randell was born near the River Great Ouse at Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen, Norfolk, in the United Kingdom.

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Working with Arthur Randell she gathered enough stories to publish four further tiles; Sixty Years a Fenman (), Fenland Railwayman (), Enid’s biggest book and her greatest written legacy, it is a fascinating compendium which provides invaluable information about many of the objects in the Museum’s collection.

Working right up to. Enid Porter lived in Cambridge from After spending some years in teaching, Miss Porter took up museum work and became Curator of the Cambridge and County Folk Museum (now known as the Museum of Cambridge) ina post she held until In this role Enid Porter was as energetic a student and writer.

A mysterious character appears. His name is Fenman. He will change the lives of those who feel drawn to, or are reluctant to join the party: they all embark on a bus for a tour that will last one night; a rare Christmas night during which Fenman will meet fascinating characters with whom he will perform his twelve labors.

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Sixty Years a Fenman, Arthur Randall. Hardback. Very good condition. £ Click & Collect. REMINISCENCES OF A FENMAN By JAMES W TAYLOR SIGNED EDITION. £ Click & Collect. Free postage.

Flashpoints In Science Hardback Book 20th Century Discoveries Anne Rooney Unread. £ Was: Previous price £ The coach-road to Cambridge, Ely, and King's Lynn—the modern highway—follows in general direction, and is in places identical with, two distinct Roman roads.

From Shoreditch Church, whence it is measured, to Royston, it is on the line of the Ermine Street, the great direct Roman road to Lincoln and the north of England, which, under the names of the "North Road" and the. Un personnage myst rieux appara t, son nom est Fenman.

Il va changer les vies des exclus de la f te en les embarquant dans un bus pour un p riple qui va durer une nuit; une nuit de No l tr s sp ciale au cours de laquelle Fenman croisera des personnages fascinants gr ce auxquels il accomplira ses douze travaux.

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Randell, Arthur Redvers, ; Format: Book; x, 94 p.: illus., port. ; 19 cm. De Gestis Herwardi Saxonis (The Exploits of Hereward the Saxon): From an Original Manuscript, Contained in a Book Compiled by Robert of Swaffham, in the Possession of the Deam and Chapter of Peterborough (Peterborough: G.

Caster, ), ed. by S. Miller, trans. by W. Sweeting (page images at HathiTrust) Hereward the Fenman. Source: Arthur Randell (ed. Enid Porter): ‘Sixty Years a Fenman’ (R & K P, ). P Watton: The Babes' tree. An old oak in Wayland Wood, a little to the south-east of the town of Watton, was demolished by lightning in Augustwith only the stump remaining.The Society has a very extensive library with over books and a wide collection of periodicals.

The library is open to bone fide researchers and Society members may borrow books by post.[2] The School of Pythagoras is an ancient building, situated behind St. John’s College, Cambridge, wherein the old Grecian, says tradition, lectured before Cambridge became a r those who say so lie under a mistake, as Tom Hood would say, I am not now going to inquire.

At any rate, “sic transit,” the building is now a barn or storehouse for garden .