Historic Worcestershire: Worcestershire Hisotrical, Biographical, Traditional, Legendary and Romantic
. Birmingham, Leicester (Midl. Educ. Co.) & London (Simpkin), c. 1894; qto, 329pp; well illustrated throughout with frontispiece, drawings, decorations & images from photographs; rebound preserving 95 % of the original calf back strip with gilt decorations in 5 compartments;, in green cloth covered boards, the old spine has 5 raised bands and a green leather title label, contents complete and v. good. With frontispiece, 154 illustrations. From the preface-"An attempt has been made to collect and arrange, in chronological order, some of the most important and interesting facts relating to the history of the county of Worcestershire. Included are-The Romans in Worcestershire, On the Old Road, The King and Queen of Bredon Hill, St. Ecgwin of Worcester-King Offa the Terrible, The Legend of St. Kenelm, Pershore Abbey, King Alfred's gift to Worcester, The slaughter of the Hus-carls, A Malvern martyr, Hales Owen Abbey, Battle of Evesham etc. [ DL IV/2 ].
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Keywords: Weblists2 Wim Meeuws English Topography County History Folklore St Kenelm St Oswald Local History St Ecgwin