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Bonfire Night in Mid Victorian Northants:the politics of a popular revel.

Bonfire Night in Mid Victorian Northants:the politics of a popular revel.

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Photocopy from Historical Research(journal)Vol63 Oct 1990.

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The mid 's saw a momentous and long awaited arrival at Willsbridge - electricity. Prior to that time oil lamps were used at The Queen's Head, and the pub's lights and cheer must have been a welcoming sight for travellers struggling down Willsbridge Hill on a moonless night in Bristol smog. For a picture of those times, I quote a former. The usual Christmas card came from an old friend, many miles away. It contained the usual folded-in-four, once-a-year letter. I’m not sure how old Jen is now but she must be ancient, considering she was a great deal older than me when we typed together for a while, in that tiny, exhaust-fume filled basement next to the ring road – bars on the windows; stiflingly crammed with sweating.

From the mid 16 th century and well into the 17 th melancholia was a full-blown epidemic. Some scholars point to the war with Spain and an uncertain political and religious climate but, more likely, melancholy, along with a lean and pale demeanour, was a fashion of the time and helped set off a well-cut ensemble of cloak, tights and doublet in. In , the celebrated Victorian writer George Eliot was born at South Farm, Arbury, four miles from Astley Book Farm. She was christened Mary Ann Evans. Three months after her birth, her family moved to Nuneaton, four miles away. Her father was a land manager for the Arbury Estate. Mary Ann used to go with him on visits to tenants and to the.


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