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  • == IRHB comments == The first work in the English language on the practice of archery, Toxophilus is in the form of a dialogue between Philologus ...
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  • {{:Palmer, W M 1895a}. IRHB's brackets.} }} [Palmer] [...] says that the arrow "fell on the Ermine Street, near where the tollgate used ...
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  • guide to the topics and genres covered on IRHB. Given the vastness of the ... consciousness; Markus Kai Nielsen for the IRHB logo; Tove Nielsen† for ...
    35 KB (4,605 words) - 22:57, 6 April 2019
  • The earliest map reference known to IRHB is the 25" O.S. map of the area published in 1882 (see Maps section below). As the village of Clifton ...
    4 KB (603 words) - 16:02, 5 April 2019
  • the bay, the settlement or both. For this reason IRHB does not include separate entries for the bay and village. The only reference cited by A ...
    20 KB (2,862 words) - 15:52, 13 May 2019
  • Sutton, Surrey. The earliest reference known to IRHB is a 6" O.S. map of the area published in 1871 and based on a survey carried out 1866-67 ...
    3 KB (381 words) - 16:03, 5 April 2019
  • == IRHB comments == Whimzies is a series of satirical portraits of representatives of various trades of the kind at which Braithwaite was so adept ...
    1 KB (211 words) - 08:47, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == Whimzies is a series of satirical portraits of representatives of various trades of the kind at which Braithwaite was so adept. ...
    2 KB (226 words) - 08:49, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == Whimzies is a series of satirical portraits of representatives of various trades of the kind at which Braithwaite was so adept ...
    2 KB (290 words) - 15:07, 28 July 2018
  • , p. 13. IRHB's brackets. Italics and bold type as in source the latter being a man's name. )]]|format=embedded|embedformat=h3|columns ...
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  • === IRHB Comment === Presumably "Meedes" = "meads" (the drink), so the reference here is to a pub named after the pinder in ...
    2 KB (314 words) - 08:47, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == After Tadcaster, John Evelyn visited York. A.H. Smith notes that "Professor Dickins has noted a Robin Hood's Well ...
    3 KB (449 words) - 15:05, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB Comments == John Cosin (1594-1672) was Bishop of Durham 1660-72. There is a neat irony in the bishop's handing out alms near the ...
    1 KB (222 words) - 08:49, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == Immediately after this passage follows one on Bradford and its famous legendary shoemaker. == Sources == * , pp. 202-204. ...
    4 KB (573 words) - 15:08, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == This passage follows immediately after that on Wakefield and its pinder, George a Greene. == Lists == * , p. 316. ...
    2 KB (383 words) - 08:47, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == This reference seems to have been overlooked by previous writers on pre-Restoration drama and the Robin Hood tradition. ...
    3 KB (342 words) - 15:10, 23 April 2019
  • == IRHB comments == This is an early occurrence of the well-known proverb. The Reply of Friar Daw Topias, wriiten in 1419-1420, is usually attributed ...
    2 KB (254 words) - 08:50, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == This allusion occurs in book VII under the year 1283, i.e. during the reign of Edward I. Wyntoun's chronicle is preserved ...
    3 KB (453 words) - 15:08, 28 July 2018
  • == IRHB comments == This allusion occurs under the year 1342. Andrew of Wyntoun's Original Chronicle, so called because it begins with the ...
    3 KB (572 words) - 08:53, 28 July 2018
  • It is not known to IRHB how long the crossroads have been named after the Robin Hood pub. The earliest source found so far is Helmut Zozmann ...
    2 KB (318 words) - 16:00, 5 April 2019

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