The illustrated journeys of Celia Fiennes, 1685-c.1712

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Macdonald, Webb & Bower , London, Exeter, England
Fiennes, Celia, 1662-1741, England -- Description and travel -- Early works to

Places

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Statementedited by Christopher Morris.
ContributionsMorris, Christopher, 1906-
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LC ClassificationsDA615 .F53 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination248 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3038626M
ISBN 100356086313
LC Control Number82129369
OCLC/WorldCa8678303

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Fiennes was interested in anything new, in innovations, bustling towns, the newly fashionable spa Born: 7 JuneNewton Tony, Wiltshire, England. JOHN BOLD; The Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes, –c, Oxford Art Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, 1 JanuaryPages 67–69, : John Bold.

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She traveled alone except for two servants, and the journal she kept, later published as The Journeys of Celia Fiennes c, is the only evidence we have of her travels. The Illustrated Journeys of CELIA FIENNES - c MORRIS, Christopher, edited by, FIENNES, Celia, Published by ALAN SUTTON Publishing, Stroud ().

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(Hardcover) Published December 31st by Little Brown and Co. (UK) Hardcover, pagesCited by: The Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes c 1. Document Title: The Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes c Publisher: Macdonald: Publication Date: Publication Place: London: Physical Resource Type: Book: Registered Office: The Hestercombe Gardens Trust Hestercombe Somerset Cheddon Fitzpaine TA2 8LG Company Number: Get this from a library.

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This article was most recently revised and updated by. THE account of the several journeys through England undertaken by my kinswoman, Celia Fiennes, in the reign of William and Mary, may prove interesting, as shewing the manners and customs of those times.

The writer's diligent and attentive observation of details concerning the various counties through which she passed, either on horseback or in her equipage, and her descriptions of the many.

Celia Fiennes journeyed through Cornwall on horseback in In her journal she provided brief accounts of some of the towns she saw. Having endured an hour-long crossing of the Tamar on the Cremyll ferry, she took the southern route to the west.

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The book is in very good+ condition (brown cloth boards with silver lettering to spine) with some light creasing to the top and bottom of the spine. Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes, (Social History) by Celia Fiennes ISBN ISBN Paperback; Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd, Ap ; ISBN Beta: A vision of Britain through time An estima miles of footpaths across England and Wales are under threat of being lost forever, but today marks the beginning of a new digital project to identify them all before it is too late.

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WEST OF THE RHONE Lanuedoc, Roussillon, The. The Fiennes Lady The horseback journeys of Celia Fiennes - yes, of that Fiennes family - provide a significant source of information about 17th - 18th century British life.

Between andCelia made several rides, some short, some very lengthy, throughout England. She also visited Flintshire in Wales and spent a brief amount.

The Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes - c,ed. Christopher Morris, London, records that she recorded the bridge as having 14 arches in The bridge was replaced in by a new one about a hundred yards further upstream.

Fiennes, Celia. The Illustrated Journeys of Celia Fiennes – c. Edited by Christopher Morris. London and Sydney, Pepys, Samuel. The Diary of Samuel Pepys. Edited by Robert Latham and William Matthews. 11 vols. London – Pigafetta, Antonio.

The Voyage of Magellan: The Journal of Antonio Pigafetta. Translated by.Part of the Early Modern Cultural Studies book series (EMCSS) Abstract “It crept into our houses, our closets and bedchambers; curtains, cushion, chairs, and at last beds themselves were nothing but Callicoes or Indian stuffs,” he lamented (qtd.

in Lemire 16).Revolutionary a contemporary artist’s impression of Celia Fiennes on one of her side-saddle journeys All travel is political. You can’t set foot outside the house without encountering other people, which inevitably prompts consideration of their lives in comparison to yours.

The Road to Wigan Pier by George Orwell clarifies the process by dividing it.