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DING 2015: “Born at Sinnington, Yks. Between 1759 and 1771 he worked in London and the West Indies before devoting himself to the study of the Rural Economy of England. He spent long periods of time in each region for his twelve-volume study of English agriculture. In them he included sections devoted to the provincialisms of East Norfolk (1787), East Yorkshire (1788), the Vale of Gloucester (1789), the Midland Counties (1790) and West Devonshire (1796). These sections were edited by Rev. Walter W. Skeat for the English Dialect Society in 1873."
1818. Review and Abstract of the County Reports to the Board of Agriculture, from the several Agricultural Departments of England. York: Printed by T. Wilson for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. EDD.
William MARSHALL (M: 1745 - 1818)
The Rural Economy Of Yorkshire [2v|n|1788]
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT HIS LIFE AND WORKS SEE
Anonymous. 1818. "Obituary". Monthly Magazine or British Register 46.2 [December]: 471 [, accessed 13 March 2015]
Fussell, G. E. 1949. "My Impressions of William Marshall" Agricultural History Society 23.1: 57-61.
Mingay, G. E. 2004. "Marshall, William (bap. 1745, d. 1818)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: University Press. [, accessed 12 March 2015]
Stead, David. 2003. “William Marshall”. EH.Net Encyclopedia. Robert Whaples.ed. [ , accessed 12 March 2015]
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