- Author:D.M. Palliser,Mary Palliser
- Publisher:William Sessions Limited (June 1979)
- Pages:98 pages
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David and Mary Palliser, York as they saw it-from Alcuin to Lord Esher, York: William Sessions, 1979. Derek Fraser, Peter Clark and Barbara Champion (a1).
David and Mary Palliser, York as they saw it-from Alcuin to Lord Esher, York: William Sessions, 1979. Department of Political Economy, University College London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.
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by D. M. Palliser and Mary Palliser. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780900657450.
In 1842, Kohl visited York. He wrote a lengthy description of the Minster and York's Quaker community (see p. 2-69 in Palliser and Palliser eds. 1979 York as They Saw It: From Alcuin to Lord Esher. William Sessions Limited. From 1854 to 1858, he traveled in the United States. 1856: Geschichte des Golfstroms und seiner Erforschung, Stuttgart. 1856: Reisen in Canada und durch die Staaten von New York und Pennsylvanien (Travels in Canada and through the states of New York and Pennsylvania), Stuttgart. 1857: Descriptive catalogue of maps, relating to America mentioned in Hakluyt, Washington.
The Pallisers is a 1974 BBC television adaptation of Anthony Trollope's Palliser novels. Set in Victorian era England with a backdrop of parliamentary life, Simon Raven's dramatisation covers six of Anthony Trollope's novels and follows the events of the characters over two decades. The series featured a huge cast of prominent and rising actors.
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Palliser, Palliser & Company was a Bridgeport, Connecticut, and New York City architectural firm and publisher of architectural pattern books. George Palliser, the firm's founder, was born around 1849 in Thirsk, Yorkshire, England. He emigrated to Newark, New Jersey in 1868. He worked as a carpenter and builder, later opening a millwork business. He would specialize in residential work.
Author of The Age of Elizabeth, The diocesan population returns for 1563 and 1603, The Reformation in York, 1534-1553, Royal Historical Society: Annual Bibliography .
Author of The Age of Elizabeth, The diocesan population returns for 1563 and 1603, The Reformation in York, 1534-1553, Royal Historical Society: Annual Bibliography of British and Irish History, Royal Historical Society Annual Bibliography of British and Irish History Publications of 1986 (Royal Historical Society Annual Bibliography of British and Irish History), The medieval street-names of York, Practical organic gardening, Towns And Local Communities in Medieval And Early Modern England.
A brilliant and deeply eccentric attempt to reproduce one of those glorious, rambling epics from the Golden Age of English fictio. y the end, the reader has toured the whole of late-Regency society, from verminous thieves dens to glittering ballrooms. That Palliser succeeds in capturing this distant world of Victorian fiction is impressive enough for openers. That he makes The Quincunx a gripping read throughout most of its length is practically miraculous. Seeing this Equity carelessly pushes it towards him and he slips it into his pocket.