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Reprinted Glossaries, Vol. 1: I. North of England Words, From "a Tour to the Caves," by J. H., 1781; II. Provincialisms of East Yorkshire, by Mr. Mars

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Excerpt from Reprinted Glossaries, Vol. 1: I. North of England Words, From "a Tour to the Caves," by J. H., 1781; II. Provincialisms of East Yorkshire, by Mr. Marshall, 1788; III. Provincialisms of East Norfolk, by Mr. Marshall, 1787

Strange as this notion of our being all We... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Reprinted Glossaries, Vol. 1: I. North of England Words, From "a Tour to the Caves," by J. H., 1781; II. Provincialisms of East Yorkshire, by Mr. Marshall, 1788; III. Provincialisms of East Norfolk, by Mr. Marshall, 1787

Strange as this notion of our being all Welshmen may appear now, it was probably by no means peculiar to our Glossarist. This receives some illustration from the fact that, in the last century, we did not always call ourselves Englishmen, but often Britons, just as the Americans are commonly made to talk about Britishers and the British lion.' It is not worth while to multiply instances all can remember how Thomson declared that Britons never will be slaves,' and how Campbell, in his stanzas on the threatened invasion in 1803, burst out with In a Briton's sweet home Shall a spoiler abide?' On the other hand, it is not improbable that the labours of the English Dialect Society may hereafter make it plain, that the amount of Welsh amongst our more homely words has been somewhat underrated.

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