2 edition of Yorkshire Dialect Society, founded 1897, history and aims. found in the catalog.
Yorkshire Dialect Society, founded 1897, history and aims.
Wilfrid J. Halliday
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For five years, from toI edited the Cambridge University Press journal English :// YORKSHIRE Historically, the largest county of England, administered from the city of York, now the counties of East, West, and North Yorkshire, with some territory contributed to the county of name Yorkshire continues in informal use, however, for the area of the former founded 1897.
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