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history and antiquities of Charnwood forest
Thomas Rossell Potter
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Charnwood Forest: Its Air, Its Scenery, Its Natural Curiosities, Antiquities, And Legends () Paperback – Septem by Frederick T. Mott (Author) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle Author: Frederick T. Mott. He was the author of the appendices on botany (in part) and ornithology in Potter's History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest (); Mr Macaulay's Character of the Clergy. 2 0.
Charnwood Forest, which today survives as broken areas of woodland, was once renowned all over Britain. The poet Michael Drayton described Charnwood Forest in his long poem “Polybion” : No tract in all this isle, the proudest let her be, Can shew a Sylvan Nymph for beauty like to thee” (Poem 26). Attempts to enclose. History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest, T.R. Potter, , p Beacon Hill. - Not satisfied with my single opinion of these extraordinary remains, I requested Mr. Lester, a highly intelligent farmer and surveyor, who lives at the foot of Beacon, to examine them. He was perfectly astonished.
In he temporarily removed from Wymeswold to a house on Charnwood Forest, and while living here employed his leisure in collecting notes upon the history, antiquities, natural history, and geology of that district, which he worked up into a volume, entitled ‘The History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest.’ This, the largest and best of. T.R. Potter recorded in his History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest (): The residence of the owners of Swithland was, till the present generation, situated near the Church. It was a considerable pile, but so surrounded on all sides, even in front, by stables, dovecotes and high walls, and so close to the public road, that the present.
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Share on Facebook. Related. Posted in Books, Pamphlets and Papers. RSS feed. «Street Party. Book details. by T. Potter (reprint). Price: £ We are indebted to T. Potter for his most in-depth historical account of the Charnwood Forest.
This reprint is to act as a tribute to T. Potter and it is hoped that it will regenerate the interest shown in when first published. Get this from a library. The history and antiquities of Charnwood forest: with an appendix on the geology, botany and ornithology of the district.
[Thomas Rossell Potter]. Published by R. Tyas & R. Groombridge, London and S. Ridge, Grantham,1st edition. Maroon cloth binding. Gilt lettering to spine, gilt royal crests to front and rear boards. Gilt borders to front and rear boards. Embossed decoration to corners, no dustjacket.
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Nichols J. Nichols, The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester. 4 vols. in 8 pts. London: Nichols, NRO Northamptonshire Record Office. (P) Hunting park identified for the location. Potter Potter, T. R., The History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest. map of Charnwood Forest.
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Authors J.B. Jukes; Rev. Andrew Bloxam and Churchill Babington ; Allen’s Railway Time Table; Memoir of the late John Wolley. Author Alfred Newton ; Allen's Illustrated Hand-Book and Guide, to. Potter had developed a taste for literature, and especially for antiquities and geology.
In /42 he temporarily removed from Wymeswold to a house in Charnwood Forest, and while there he collected notes about the history, antiquities, natural history, and geology of the area. This became The History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest. charnwood forest golf club Opened inand with a design that was later influenced by James Braid, our superb 9- Hole heathland course was created to make full use of the natural environment in this particularly beautiful part of the Leicestershire countryside.Charnwood Forest is England’s unexpected uplands.
Having been created in a volcanic eruption million years ago in the oceans near the South Pole, Charnwood has developed rich layers of heritage. Its landscape is defined by granite-topped hills, wooded valleys, heathlands and grasslands.Bradgate House is a 16th-century ruin in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, England.
Edward Grey's son Sir John Grey of Groby married Elizabeth Woodville, who, after John's death married King Edward son Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset made preparations for building the first Bradgate House in the late 15th century but died before work began.
It was his son, Thomas Grey, 2nd marquis.