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DING 2015: "School master born at Emont Bridge, nr. Penrith. He was proficient in Classical languages. He also studied medicine. He wrote the preface and contributed widely to A Survey of the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire (1787) by James Clarke. His Copy of a Letter, written by a Young Shepherd to his Friend in Borrowdale underwent many editions and was included in Jollie's Sketch of Cumberland Manners (1811), and also by John Russell Smith in his Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects: Dialogues, Poems, Songs and Ballads (1839)"
1788. Copy of a Letter, wrote by a Young Shepherd; to his Friend, in Borrowdale. A New Editions with a Glossary of the Cumberland Words. Penrith: Printed for J. Richardson. [The Glossary is by James Clarke]
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT HIS LIFE AND WORKS SEE
Smith, John Russell. 1839. Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects: Dialogues, Poems, Songs and Ballads.: 124-125 fn. London: John Russell Smith.
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