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An Index of the Contents of the Transactions for the Years 1981-1990

Alderson, James, 1, Adam an Eve. Poem in North Riding dialect.
God meead a wo’Id en saa it waz good. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 32.

Alderson, James, 2, The Ever-Present God, A rendering of Psalm 139 (Domine probasti), “Lord, thoo can see reet throo ma… ” in North Riding dialect. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 33.

Anderson, Peter, 1, A New Venture in Recording. Tape cassette and booklet of Yorkshire Farming Memories, York Castle Museum, includes voices of Jack Danby and Stanley Ellis. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 38.

Anderson, Peter, 2, Book Review of Ray Burrows, Bide Awhile wi I, Somerset Dialect Poems. “Over 50 poems in Somerset dialect on vifty zix pages”. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 39.

Anderson, Peter, 3, Book Review of George Brown, Sam Martin and the Pigeon Club. “These 3 tales [in Suffolk dialect] illustrate how much the spelling of speech can get between the author and reader.” 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 39.

Anderson, Peter, 4, Book Review of John W. Foster (Ontario), Wane Craven’s Tales fray t’Yorkshire Dales. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 40.

Anderson, Peter, 5, Book Review of G.L.Brook, Words in Everyday Life. “Some of us have had problems in the Midlands when co mplimenting parents on their bonny child.” 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. pp 40-41

Anderson, Peter, 6, Book Review of Peter Wright, Cockney Dialect and Slang. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 42.

Anderson, Peter, 7, Book Review of K. Rydland, Vowel Systems and Lexical-Phonemic Patterns in South East Cumbria: A Study in Structural Dialectology. “One of the … Westmorland … speakers had been conditioned (sic) to produce the traditional dialect … referring to the Norwegian chap who had so diligently coaxed the forms from him.” 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 45-49.

ASKRIGG area, speech of. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 50-51.

BARNSLEY DIALECT. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. pp 11-23.

Baskerville, Mollie, 1, Mornin Song. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. page 24.

Baskerville, Mollie, 2, T Rooad ta Ready Carr. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 24-25.

Baskerville, Mollie, 3, Tale offat Shelf. Poem in dialect. 1987. Pa rt LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. page 30.

Baskerville, Mollie, 4, Thowts uv a Birdwatcher. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. page 25.

Baskerville, Mollie, 5, A Matter o Words. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 25-26.

Baskerville, Mollie, 6, Th’Owd Stocks.
Poem in West Riding dialect.
Feet an hands locked hard an tight,
Thid nowt ta leean on, neether…
1989. pp 26-27.

Baskerville, Mollie, 7, A Bit o Peeace an Quiet. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. page 27.

Baskerville, Mollie, 8, A Reight Tall Tale. Poem in West Riding dialect.
How wi loved yond owld chap an his rhubarb …
1989. Part LXXXVI M. Vol. XVII. pp 28-29.

BASKERVILLE, MOLLIE, West Riding dialect wr iter. 1989. Part LXXXVIII . Vol. XVII. pp 18-24.

Baurley, George L, 1, Three Low German Poems. Translations into Standard English of John Brinckman (1814-1870) “Nu lat mi los, nu lat mi gahn”, Toni Wubbens, “Still sloppt de Welt” and Klaus Groth (1849), “Min Mode rsprak, wa klingst du schon”. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 37-43.

Baurley, George L., 2, Winifred Holtby’s “South Riding” through German Eyes. Annotations by German reader(s) on a copy of this Yorkshire novel querying such words as “alderman”, “Boxing Day” and “housing-es tate”. 1989. Part LXX XVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 48-55.

Baurley, George L., 3, A Note on Knur and Spell. These are technical terms in the hazardous children’s game of “Tipcat”. 19 89. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 56-57.

Baurley, George L.,4, The l(nternational) P(honetic) A( ssociation) Convention, Kiel, August 19-21, 1989. Report, with a brief account of th e theory of phonetic transcription. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 60-61

B.D., 1, Review of G. Shorrocks, A Brief Glossary of East Yorkshire Dialect in Lore and Language (Vol.3. No.3. Part A. July 1980 ). 1982.. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 49.

B.D. (same article), news of microfilm version of: Graham Shorrocks, A Grammar of the Dialect of Farnworth and District (Greater Manchester, formerly Lancashire). 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 49.

B.D.,2, Book Review of Ken Edward Smith, West Yorkshire Dialect Poets. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 50.

Beer, Doris, 1, Mi Mam’s Wintredge (= “t’cloathes oss”). Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. page 30

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Beer, Doris, 2, Mi Stick o Rhubub. Poem in West Riding dial ect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 30-31.

BERKSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

BEVERLEY DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 29-31.

BLACK AMERICAN ENGLISH
O chillun, run, de Cunjah man,
Him mouf ez beeg ez fryin pan…
1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 34-42.

Blakeborough, Richard, Cleveland Lyke Wake Dirge, version of traditional poem in dialect. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. pp. 12-13.

BOOTH, EDWARD CHARLES. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 9-15. and 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 19-25

Brown, Fred, Bonny Lockwood. Poem in dialect. An’ Lockud Church / Just hed / One bell. / A ful peeal / Wer ordered / But summat / Went wrang. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 24-28.

BRONTE, CHARLOTTE. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. pp 9-23.

BROWN, FRED, dialect poet. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 20-23.

BURNLEY, JAMES, Bradford writer. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 36-41.

CALDERDALE (UPPER) DIALECT. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. pp 24-35.

Castillo, John (1792-1845), An Awd Thing Renewed. Poem in North Riding dialect.
The storm ageen t’winder patter’d,
An’ hailsteeans doon t’chimler clatter’d.
All t’hands were in and seem’d content,
An’ nean did frost or snaw lament.
1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 32-34.

Chappell, Jack, 1, Twenty-One. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 8.

Chappell, Jack, 2, Goa Away. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 8.

Chappell, Jack, 3, T’Cow an’ Corf. Poem in West Riding dialec t. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 42.

Chappell, Jack, 4, This an Last Year. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 42.

CHESHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

Chevillet, Frangois, A Short Essay on Semantic Duality. Puzzled by the expression in mining parlance, “The floor’s fallen in”, the author explores the use of apparent opposites, 1985. Part LXX XV, Vol. XV. pp 29-41.

CORNISH DIALECTS (of English). 1982. Part L XXXII. Vol. XV. pp 14- 28; a/so; 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 51-52; and: 1990. Part LXXXiX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

Cowley, Bill, 1, The Lyke Wake Dirge. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. pp 7-11, with a version of the Dirge pp. 12-13.

Cowley, Bill, 2, and Dent, Anthony, Beeatin T’Bounds. Dialect poem, as if from the 17th century, made up from Danby Manor boundary records. 1982. Part LXXXIL Vol. XV. pp 45-46.

Cowley, Bill, 3, T’ Bike. Memories of mobility given by his first bicycle: prose piece in dialect. 1990. Part LXXXIX . Vol. XVII. pp 32-33.

Craven,M.K. (1897), Ninety Years Back, extract from Report to First Annual Meeting of Y.D.S. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. page 47.

CRAVEN (WEST) DIALECT. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 55.

Crowther, James, 1, Joseph Crowther and Todmordian Speech of a Century Ago. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp9-18.

Crowther, James, 2, A Walsden Word List of 1930: (Based on the Generation of my Grandmother 1850-1935). Part I. 1988. Part LXX XVII. Vol. XV II. pp 43-51.

Part II. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 39-47.

Part 111.1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 34-43.

CUMBERLAND DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 13.

Danby, Jack, 1, Rustic Chorus: Quotation and comment on the dialect-speaking characters in the Holderness novels of Edward Charles Booth (1873-1954). Part 1. 1986. Part LXX XVI. Vol. XVI. pp 9-15. Part 2. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 19-25.

Danby, Jack, Book Review of Norman Stockton, editor, East Yorkshire Facts and Fables. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 53.

Dent, Anthony – see Cowley, Bill, 2.

Dent, Ruth Harrison, 1, Skeul. Poem in North Riding dialect. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 34.

Dent, Ruth Harrison, 2, Remembrances. Poem in North Riding dialect. 1988. Part LXXXVIL Vol. XVII. pp 35-36.

DIALECTS, English, various. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 10-19.

Dewhirst, Ian, Book Review of R.W.S.Bishop, Moorland Doctor 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 52.

DORSET(SHIRE) DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

DURHAM, COUNTY, DIALECT OF. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 13.

Edwards, Viv, Dialectics. About the increasing acceptance of dialect in school. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 48-51.

Ellis, Stanley, 1, Book Reviews of Jane Horner Smith’s Luv Bob and Michael Bradford’s The Fight for Yorkshire. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vo l. XVII. pp 56-57.

Ellis, Stanley, 2, Book Review of Jack Danby’s Enjoying Lesser-Known East Yorkshire. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. pp 60-61.

Ellis, Stanley, 3, The Place-Names of the Robin Hood’s Bay Area. “An analysis of the names … supports my … argument about the great majority being from Scandinavian sources.” 1990. Part LXXX IX. Vol. XVII. pp 44-49.

England, Gerald, 1, J.S.Fletcher and his Use of Dialect. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 32-35.

England, Gerald, 2, Fust Moiter-Car. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. page 31.

ESSEX DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

FARNWORTH (ex-Lancashire) DIALECT – see G.B. Al so see 1984. Part LXXX IV. Vol. XV. pp 40- 50.

Ferrett, Mabel, “Shirley” by Charlotte Bronte: The Importance of Proper Names. 1988. Part LXXXVIL Vol. XVII. pp 9-16.

FLETCHER, J.S. Novelist writer of 70-stanza-long dialect poem “Leet Li vvy” (1915). 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 32-35.

French, Peter, with Stephen Miller, Veronica Cade and Charles Hunt, Documenting Language Change in East Yorkshire. Outlining a research project. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 29-36.

French, J.P., Book Review of Peter M. Anderson’s A Structural Atlas of the English Dialects. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. pp 58-59.

Garner, Brent, 1, Tony Harrison: Scholarship Boy. “Public” schools outside the general system seen as a means of modifying “acc ent”, a scholarship enabling one to attend who otherwise could not afford the fees. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 16-23.

Garner, Brent, 2, Tony Harrison: The School of Eloquence. The writer contends that Leeds dialect, complete with profanities, makes Harrison’s poetry’s “authentic voice”. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. pp 24-31.

GLB, Book Review of Masao Onishi, A Grand Dictionary of Phonetics – A Comprehensive Store of Neo-Macro-Phonetics. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. pp 47-49.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

GOWER (Swansea) ACCENTS. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. pp 29-41.

Gunner, Gilbert E., Joseph and Elizabeth Mary Wright- A Memory and a Tribute. 1985. Part LXXXV. Vol. XV. pp 14-16.

HALLAM, THOMAS. Recorder of many regional dialects. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 19-31.

HALLAMSHIRE DIALECT. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 52-54.

Halliday, W.J., 1, edited by, Fifty Years Back, reprinted from Transactions Part XXXIX, 1938, records memories from 1870s of local speech at Thornton-le-Dale. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 54.

Halliday, W.J., 2, quoted from Transactions Part 40, 1939/40, an account of the 19th century dialect writer, John Hartle y. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 58-59.

HAMPSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

HARTLEY, JOHN, Halifax-born dialect writer. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 8-18. and 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 58-59.

HEBDEN BRIDGE, speech of . See Patchett, J.H.

HEREFORDSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

HOLDERNESS DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 29-31.

Huddleston, J., Poor Old Dewsbury. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 10.

Hyde-Parker, T., A Southerner on East Yorkshire Dialect (Extract reprinted from Transactions Part XXXVI) 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. p.47.

Jackson, F.E., Mary Jane. Poem in East Riding dialect about a teddy bear:
Ah thowt o’tyears o sarvice, sha gin oor lahtle lass,
Nivver, nivver shall ah see, sich value fer mi brass.
1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. page 9.

Jefferson, Gordon, Sammy Wass. Poem in dialect:
Aye, tho’ tha’d think he’d seen ‘em all,
He’d scarce strayed far from Leeds Tahn ‘All.
1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 42-44.

Jone o Broonlea, Ower T’Tops. Poem in West Riding di alect. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 44.

KEELS (Boats on River Humber) and terminology. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 8-21.

Kellett, Arnold, 1, T White Roase o’ Yorksher. Patriotic poem for Yorkshire Day in West Riding dialect. 1988. Part L XXXVil. Vol. XVII. pp 40-41.

Kellett, Arnold, 2, Christmas Crackers. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 34-35.

Kellet, Arnold, 3, A Twelve-Month. Poem in West Riding dialect. A dialect calendar. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vo l. XVII. pp 35-36.

KENT DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

LANCASHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

“LEET LIWY” – see FLETCHER, J.S.

LEICESTERSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

LINCOLNSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

LONSDALE, BERTHA, dialect writer. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 31-33.

Lonsdale, Bertha, On a Yorkshire Moor. Poem in dialect. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 31-32.

LUMBUTTS, speech of. See Patchett, J.H.

Lupton, Derek, 1, Brief Encahnter. Poem in West Riding dialect 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 6.

Lupton, Derek, 2, Strike-Bahnd. Poem in West Riding dialect. Coil’s worth nowt when it’s liggin i t’grahnd. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 36.

Lupton, Derek,3, Diff’runt Poem in West Riding dialect. 1 988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 37.

MacMahon, Michael K.C., Thomas Hallam and the Study of Dialect and Educated Speech. Hallam reported to be a dialect recorder of “unflagging diligence” and “trustworthiness of detail”. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 19-31.

McGroarty, D., Much Ado About Mumming. Concerns a revival of the traditional Redcar Mumming Play. 1985. Part LXXXV. Vol. XV. pp 9-13.

Martin, Sydney, 1, Impressions – after one of my many cycle rides from York. Poem in dialect.
Worivver… said oor thriddins didn’t matter?
1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 43.

Martin, Sydney, 2, They’ve Fun Cooal at Selby… Poem in dialect. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. page 44.

Martin, Sydney, 3, Dialect Words of Boyhood. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 37-38.

Martin, Sydney, 4, More Dialect Words (Beverley, Holderness). Also a short poem on “Barny” (Barnard Castle), etc. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vo l. XVII. pp 29-31.

North, David, Some Lexical Distribution Patterns in the Dialects of Cornwall. Concerns the regional varieties of E nglish in Cornwall. 1982. Part LXXXII. Vol. XV. pp. 14-28.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14. Ogden, James, A Dialect Poem by Bertha Lonsdale, with a Note by James Ogden. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 31-33.

PMA, 1, Book Review of David J. North, Studies in Anglo-Cornish Phonology. “It deals with the structural differences between various areas of Cornwall, a novelty in studies of Southern dialects …” 1984. Pa rt LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 51-52.

PMA, 2, Book Review of Rev. Joseph Hunter’s The Hallamshire Glossary, reprint of a 19th century work on the speech of the Sheffield area. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 52-54.

Parker, Michael, 1, Boating Language – A New Discovery in English Language. Research into speech of the oldest inhabitant at Fishlake, and variants with former boatman from Stainforth. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 22-30.

Parker, Michael, 2, A New Etymology for the Place-Name CampsalL 1985. Part LXXXV. Vol. XV. pp 17-23.

Patchett, J.H., The Dialect of Upper Calderdale. Seen as “transitional… between Yorkshire and Lancashire” – investigation for M.A. in Dialectology of the speech of Hebden Bridge, Lumbutts and Todmorden. 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. pp 24-35.

Penhallurick, R.J., Two Gower Accents: A Phonological Comparison of Penclawdd and Reynoldston. 1982. Part LXXXil. Vol. XV. pp 29-41.

Pontefract, Ella, “Fifty Years Back”- reprint of Dales Life and Character (Transactions 1940) concerning the dialect of Askrigg area. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 50-51.

PRESTON, BEN. Bradford dialect writer. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 36-41. S.E., Book Review of Jack Danby, Enjoying More of Lesser-Known Yorkshire. “…His favourite corners of the East Riding … he describes several Humberside villages from Howdendyke to Faxfleet with an eye that will certainly encourage many to go and see what he saw…” 1990. Part L XXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 54-55.

Sellers, Cedric, 1, Barnsley Dialect in Evidence. Words and mining terms from report of Oaks Colliery disaster 1866. (Glossary of wo rds appearing in the report, pp 16-23) 1981. Part LXXXI. Vol. XV. pp 11-23.

Sellers, Cedric, 2, Talking of Keels. Keels are traditional boats used on the Number waters, etc. Also has glossary of terminology connected with the said boats. 1984. Part LXXXIV.Vol. XV. pp8-21.

Shackleton, Muriel, Gooise Grease an Brahn Paper. Prose piece in West Riding dialect. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 26-28.

Shaw, J.Trevor, 1, Squirrel. Poem in West Riding dialect. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 38.

Shaw, J.Trevor, 2, T’Lambs is Aaht. Concerning the birth of lambs in the snow. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 39.

Sherwood, Linda, 1, Subscribers to Samuel Dyer’s “D ialect of the West Riding”. List of those who pre-ordered a copy of this 19th century work, including an Italian Count, an Indian barrister, and diplomats in Uruguay. 1986. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVI. pp 44-47.

Sherwood, Linda. 2, Storm Jameson: An Appreciation. Author of 45 novels and an autobiography. Whitby-born Hannah Margaret Storm Jameson was a Vice-President of the YDS. 1988. Part LXXXVI I. Vol. XVII. pp 53-53.

SHEFFIELD area DIALECT. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 52-54.

Shorrocks, Graham. The Syntax of the Dependent Pronoun in the Dialect of Farnworth (Greater Manchester County, formerly Lancashire). 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 40- 50.

Shorrocks, Graham, 2, English Dialects: A Translation of Joseph Wright’s “Englische Mundarten”. Includes references to 19th century works on a variety of dialects. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII, pp 10-19.

SHROPSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

Smith, B.J., A Yorkshire Tale in American Negro Tradition. “Besides being impressed by the successful transfer of [a] pun to another vernacular and environment [in Michigan], we are struck by the way a story collected almost a century after emancipation mirrors the condition of life on the plantations.” 1985. Part LXXXV. Vol. XV. pp 24-28.

Smith, J.B., 1, Cornish English ‘Way to go’: A Note on Dialect Syntax and its Reflection in Dialect Literature. “The degree of variation amongst English dialects at the morphological and syntactic levels is greater than is generally acknowledged.” 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 43-46.

Smith, J.B., 2, A Yorkshire Pied Piper. A Yorkshire connection with the folklore concerning the ratcatcher of Hameln. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 7-17.

Smith, J.B., 3, Pigs, Whistles and Tokkyu-Shu. Various explanations for the “Pig and Whistle” pub name – Tokkyu-Shu is reputed to be a rice wine close in flavour to “Newcastle Brown” beer. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 6-9.

Smith, Ken Edward, 1, edited by, James Burnley’s Recollections of Ben Preston. Concerning the author “Burnley’s friendship and literary contact with Bradford’s foremost dialect poet, Ben Preston.” 1983. Pa rt LXXXIIL Vol. XV. pp 36-41.

Smith, Ken Edward, 2, John Thwaite. Dialect poet of Hawes. 1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp31-39.

Smith, Ken Edward, 3, Editorial. In dialect, Y.D.S. described as “Ninety year owd an still going strong!” 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. page 4.

Smith, Ken Edward, 5, Book Review. Dialect and Accent in Industrial West Yorkshire by K.M.Petyt 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 48-49.

Smith, Ken Edward, 6, Book Review. The Ballad of the Yorkshire Ripper by Blake Morrison. “The dialect … we might describe … as ‘synthesised West/North Riding’ …” 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 50-52.

Smith, Ken Edward, 7, Yorkshire Dialect in Charlotte Bronte’s “Shirley”. 1988. Part LXXXVI I. Vol. XVII. pp 17-23.

Smith, Ken Edward, 8, Book Reviews of dialect poetry: Ruth Harrison Dent’s A Lew”/ Heeaded Deealesebread Lass, J. Trevor Shaw’s Yar Sarah (Huddersfield dialect), Christine Thistlethwaite’s Times and Seasons: Rhymes and Reasons (West Craven dialect), Kenneth Wadsworth’s Talkin’ Brooad, and Wylbert Kemp’s Holmfirth by Lamplight. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 55.

Smith, Ken Edward, 9, Book Review of Loreto Todd and Ian Hancock, International English Usage. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 57.

Smith, Ken Edward, Mollie Baskerville. West Riding dialect writ er. 1989. Part LXXXVIII. Vol. XVII. pp 18-24.

Smith, Ken Edward, 11, Fred Brown: A Biographical Sketch. Deals with the Keighley-born dialect poet. 1990. Part LX XXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 20-23.

SOMERSET(SHIRE) DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

SUFFOLK DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

SUSSEX DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

THORNTON-LE-DALE, speech of, 1870s. 1988. Part LXXXVII. Vol. XVII. page 54.

THWAITE, JOHN, grocer and dialect poet. Of a sheep leaving Wensleydale:
Ah’s off te t’ Haas wi’ hunderds maar,
An’t’ rooads as dree as lang.
1984. Part LXXXIV. Vol. XV. pp 31-39.

TODMORDEN, speech of. See Patchett, J.H. Waddington-Feather, John, 1, John Hartley (1839-1915). Halifax-born dialect writer. 1983. Part LXXXIII. Vol. XV. pp 8-18.

Waddington-Feather, John, 2, A Short Commentary on Black American and Yorkshire Dialect Poetry of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries. 1987. Part LXXXVI. Vol. XVII. pp 34- 42.

WALSDEN, Speech of. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. pp 34-43.

WILTSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 15.

WORCESTERSHIRE DIALECT. 1990. Part LXXXIX. Vol. XVII. page 14.

Wright, Frank, Young Crofter’s Letters (1st published in the Crofton Smoke Signal.) In dialect. 1987. Part LXXXVI . Vol. XVII. pp 26-29.

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