John Clare Society Journal

The annual publication of the John Clare Society.

 

Editor: Simon Kövesi

John Clare Society Journal
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Reviews Editor: Bob Heyes

Advisory Board

Jonathan Bate (University of Warwick)
Gerard Carruthers (University of Glasgow)
Paul Chirico (Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge)
Richard Cronin (University of Glasgow)
David Fairer (University of Leeds)
Paul Farley (Lancaster University)

John Gardner (Anglia Ruskin University)
John Goodridge (Nottingham Trent University)
Nick Groom (University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus)
Caroline Jackson-Houlston (Oxford Brookes University)
Anne Janowitz (Queen Mary, University of London)
Bridget Keegan (Creighton University, Omaha)
Peter Kitson (University of Dundee)
Donna Landry (University of Kent)
Philip Martin (De Montfort University)
Scott McEathron (Southern Illinois University)
Jerome McGann (University of Virginia)
James McKusick (University of Montana)
Nicholas Roe (University of St Andrews)
Adam Rounce (Keele University)
Simon Sanada (Aichi University, Japan)
Sarah Zimmerman (Fordham University)


Index to the John Clare Society Journal

Previous Editors

Volume Numbers

1 (1982)
6 (1987)
11 (1992)
16 (1997)
21 (2002)
26 (2007)
2 (1983)
7 (1988)
12 (1993)
17 (1998)
22 (2003)
 27 (2008)
3 (1984)
8 (1989)
13 (1994)
18 (1999)
23 (2004)
 28 (2009)
4 (1985)
9 (1990)
14 (1995)
19 (2000)
24 (2005)
 
5 (1986)
10 (1991)
15 (1996)
20 (2001)
25 (2006)
 


Index to Numbers 1-26 (1982-2007):

  1. Articles
  2. Short Pieces, Editorials, Notes and Queries
  3. Poems, Plays, Stories and Settings
  4. Review Essays
  5. Reviews
  6. Illustrations
  7. Contributors

1. Articles

Akroyd, Carry, Illustrating The Wood Is Sweet, 24:25-30
Al-Wasiti, Salman, A Reconstruction of Clare’s Child Harold, 20:55-65
Banfield-Pearce, Lynne, John Clare and Peter De Wint, 3:40-8
Barrell, John, John Clare’s ‘The Lane’, 2:3-8
Barton, Anne, Clare’s Animals: The Wild and the Tame, 18:5-21
Bate, Jonathan, The Rights of Nature, 14:7-15
— John Clare’s Copyright 1854-1893, 19:19-32
— New Light on the Life of Clare, 20:41-54
— New Clare Documents, 21:5-18
Bates, Tom, Notes on ‘Maying or Love & Flowers’, 10:43-6
— Sculpting Clare, 12:64-8
— John Clare and ‘Boximania’, 13:5-17
— On the Portrait of John Clare by Henry Behnes, 27:45-58
Beck, Misty, Visual Mimesis in Clare’s Open Fields, 21:24-32
Blamires, David, Chapbooks, Fairytales and Children’s Books in the Writings of John Clare: Part I, 15:27-53; Part II, 16:43-70
Blunden, Edmund, Beginner’s Luck, 15:5-10
Blythe, Ronald, Some Fragments from the President’s Addresses, 11:5-13
— Solvitur Ambulando: John Clare and Footpath Walking, 14:17-27
— John Clare in Scotland, 19:73-81
— John Clare and the Gypsies, 25:78-85
Boden, Helen, Clare, Wordsworth’s Pedlar, and the Fate of Genius, 11:30-42
Brewer, William D., John Clare and Lord Byron, 11:43-56
— Clare’s Struggle for Poetic Identity in The Village Minstrel, 13:73-80
Brownlow, Timothy, A Moment’s Monument, 3:34-7
Brownson, Siobhan Craft, ‘Waterflyes with Tiny Wings’: Marking Nature in John Clare’s Poems, 25:51-64
Burke, Tim, ‘Yet Tho’ I’m Irish All Without, I’m Every Item Scotch Within’: Poetry and Self-fashioning in 1790s Ulster, 22:35-49
Caddel, Richard, Things Held in Common, 7:41-8
Cann, Christine, Children’s Pictures of Three Clare Poems, 23:15-20
Cannell, D. M., Further Reflections on Two Independent Spirits, 22:71-5
Chilcott, Tim, Indeterminacy in Clare’s ‘The Landrail’, 4:5-11
— The Circumference of Knowledge: Clare’s ‘Stone Pit’, 7:4-9
— An Article on Articles, 9:31-43
— Child Harold or Child Harolds: The Editing of Clare’s Texts, 19:5-17
— The Dating of Clare’s The Shepherd’s Calendar, 25:65-77
Chirico, Paul, ‘The Woodman’ and the Natural Anthology, 19:41-51
Clare, Johanne, The ‘English Truth’ of John Clare, 6:21-33
Colclough, Stephen, ‘Designated in Print as “Mr John Clare”‘: The Annuals and the Field of Reading, 1827-1835, 24:52-68
Coletta, W. John, Ecological Aesthetics and the Natural History Poetry of John Clare, 14:29-46
Counsel, June, Coming to Clare, 5:5-8
Cox, Peter, ‘The Hearts Hid Anguish’: Clare and Tennyson in Epping Forest, 13:33-9
— ‘A Liking to Use the Pen’: Edward Villiers Rippingille and John Clare, 17:17-33
Crossan, Greg, The Godfrey Collection of Clare Items in the Peterborough Museum, 3:17-25
— The Nine Lives of John Clare, 5:37-46
— Clare’s Debt to the Poets in his Library, 10:27-41
— Celebrating John Clare, 12:18-25
— Samuel Williams’ Illustrations of Clare’s The Shepherd’s Calendar, 18:23-36
Dawson, P. M. S., John Clare—Radical?, 11:17-27
— Clare and the Ideology of ‘Common Sense’, 16:71-8
— Clare’s ‘Letter to Allan Cunningham’: An Unpublished Prose Work, 20:21-37
Dawson, P. M. S. and David Powell, Clare and His Publishers: An Unpublished Prose Work, 18:65-9
Dean, E. Barbara, John Clare at Lolham Bridges, 2:24-7
Dixon, George E., Clare and Religion, 1:47-50
Engels, William C., Clare’s Mocking Tone in ‘An Invite to Eternity’, 15:57-67
Foster, Paul, Margaret Grainger (31 January 1936 - 2 August 1992), 12:9-14
Fulford, Tim, Cowper, Wordsworth, Clare: the Politics of Trees, 14:47-59
Gillin, Richard L., Minute Particulars and Imaginative Forms, 5:22-9
Goddard, Joe, A Formative Influence of John Clare, 3:49-52
Goodridge, John, Some Predecessors of Clare: ‘Honest Duck’, 8:5-10
— Some Predecessors of Clare: 2. The Response to Duck, 9:17-26
— A Checklist of Critical Publications on Clare, 1993-1998, 18:88-94; 19:88-94
— ‘Now Wenches, Listen, and Let Lovers Lie’: Women’s Storytelling in Bloomfield and Clare, 22:77-92
Gorji, Mina, Clare’s ‘Merry England’, 24:5-24
Grainger, Margaret & John Chandler, From Helpston to Burghley: A Reading of Clare’s ‘Narrative Verses’, 7:26-40
Hand, Richard J., John Clare on Stage: Edward Bond’s ‘The Fool’ and the Issue of Faction, 12:57-61
Harrison, Gary, ‘Ambition’s Projects’: Peasant and Poet in John Clare’s ‘The Wish’ and ‘Helpstone’, 17:41-58
Hess, Scott, John Clare, William Wordsworth, and the (Un)Framing of Nature, 27:27-44
Heyes, Bob, John Clare and the Militia, 4:48-54
— John Clare and Enclosure, 6:10-19
— ‘Little Hills of Cushioned Thyme’, 12:32-6
— A Neglected Account of Clare in the Asylum, 13:59-60
— ‘Triumphs of Time’: John Clare and the Uses of Antiquity, 16:5-17
— Selling John Clare: The Poet in the Marketplace, 24:31-40
Hold, Trevor, The Composer’s Debt to John Clare, 1:25-9
Houghton-Walker, Sarah, ‘Some little thing of other days / Saved from the wreck of time’: John Clare and Festivity, 23:21-43
— Clare’s Gypsies and Literary Influence, 28:71-93
Howard, William, John Clare’s Passionate Shepherd, 4:12-22
Hughes, Gillian, ‘I think I shall soon be qualified to be my own editor’: Peasant Poets and the Control of Literary Production, 22:6-16
Keegan, Bridget, Broadsides, Ballads and Books: The Landscape of Cultural Literacy in ‘The Village Minstrel’, 15:11-19
— Clare’s ‘Compleatness’: Izaak Walton’s Influence on Clare’s Nature Writing, 23:3-14
Kövesi, Simon, ‘Her curious house is hidden’: Secrecy and Femininity in Clare’s Nest Poems, 18:51-63
— Beyond the Language Wars: Towards a Green Edition of John Clare, 26:61-75
— An Uncatalogued Review of Poems Descriptive, Dublin Inquisitor, January 1821, 27:73-9
Lamont, Claire, John Clare and the Gypsies, 13:19-31
— ‘The essence and simplicity of true poetry’: John Clare and Folk-song, 16:19-33
Lessa, Richard, John Clare’s Voice, and Two Sonnets, 3:26-33
— ‘Disdaining bounds of place and time’: John Clare in Hawaii, 13:61-72
Lines, Rodney, John Clare’s ‘The Skylark’, 1:53-6
— John Clare and Herbal Medicine, 5:16-21
Lodge, Sara, A Life Outside: Clare’s Mole Catcher, 20:5-18
— Clare’s Drama, 23:68-84
Lucas, John, ‘The Flitting’, 5:9-13
Mack, Douglas S., James Hogg, John Clare and Duncan Ban MacIntyre, 22:17-31
McEathron, Scott, Clare, John Atkin, and The Parish, 27:5-23
Moyse, Mary, John Clare’s Family Tree, 8:24-30
— Richard Clare: Settlement Bond, 1670, 9:27-9
— New Light On Clare’s Eldest Surviving Son, 17:59-63
Pedlar, Valerie, John Clare’s Child Harold, 8:11-16
— ‘No place like home’: Reconsidering Matthew Allen and his ‘Mild System’ of Treatment, 13:41-57
Phillips, Bill, ‘When ploughs destroy’d the green’, 21:53
Powell, David, The John Clare Collection in Northampton Public Library, 8:37-43
Powell, Margaret A.., Clare and His Patrons in 1820: Some Unpublished Papers, 6:4-9
Radcliffe, David Hill, Crossing Borders: The Untutored Genius as Spenserian Poet, 22:51-67
Rippingille, E. V., Rippingille’s Memoir of Burlowe the Sculptor, 16:35-41
Robinson, Eric, Clare and Nature, 1:7-24
— Editorial Problems in John Clare, 2:9-23
— Early Poems: The Biographical Evidence, 4:31-47
— John Clare and the Newspapers: Reader and Contributor, 6:37-47
— John Clare’s Learning, 7:10-25
— John Clare: Passing the Time of Day, 10:17-26
— John Clare and Weather-lore, 14:61-79
— and Robert Heyes, An Unpublished Letter and Poems by John Clare, 28:94-98
Schechter, Harriet, The Limitations of Imitation: Byron, Clare and the ‘Hebrew Melodies’, 4:24-30
Schrey, Mick, On the Occasion Inspiring ‘Song to Liberty’: An Unsung Scottish Anthem by John Clare: Part I, 23:48-67; Part II, 24:41-51
— ‘Infants Graves are Steps of Angels’: Childhood Mortality as a Recurrent Theme in Clare’s Poetry, 26:33-59
Scrimgeour, Cecil, John Clare and the Price of Experience, 2:28-39
Simpson, David, Is the Academy Ready for John Clare, 18:70-8
Smith, J. B., John Clare’s Constellations, 9:5-13
Smith, Matthew, The ‘Peasant Poet’ Replies: Sketches in the Life of John Clare as a Response to Taylor’s Introduction to Poems Descriptive, 15:21-5
Storey, Mark, Clare in His Letters, 3:5-16
— The Poet Overheard: John Clare and His Audience, 10:5-16
— Edward Drury’s ‘Memoir’ of Clare, 11:14-16
— Bicentenary Thoughts IV: Past Thoughts, 12:37-9
Strickland, Edward, The Shipwreck Metaphor in Clare, 8:17-23
— A Reading of ‘Song Last Day’, 12:40-50
Swingle, L. J., John Clare and the Heedless Beetle, 14:81-7
Sylvester, Louise, ‘The Misterys of His Art’: A Moment of Ambiguity in Clare’s ‘Autobiography’, 17:35-40
Thomas, Denis, John Clare and the Private Press, 4:55-8
— John Clare: Blunden’s ‘Unseen Friend’, 11:57-60
Thornton, R. K. R., The Flower and the Book: The Gardens of John Clare, 1:31-45
— The Nature of The Parish, 5:30-5
— The Transparency of Clare, 21:65-79
— Bewick and Clare: Two Rooted Men, 26:5-20
Trehane, Emma, ‘Emma and Johnny’: The Friendship between Eliza Emmerson and John Clare, 24:69-77
Vardy, Alan, Clare and Political Equivocation, 18:37-48
Waites, Ian, ‘‘The Prospect Far and Wide’: An Eighteenth-Century Drawing of Langley Bush and Helpston’s Unenclosed Countryside, 28:5-22
Ward, Sam, Clare in Fashion, 21:33-51
— Melodies in the Marketplace: John Clare’s 100 Songs, 25:11-30
Weiger, Sarah, ‘Shadows of Taste’: John Clare’s Tasteful Natural History, 27:59-71
Westbrook, Rev J. C., John Clare: A Reminiscence (1857), 23:44-7
White, Adam, John Clare: ‘The Man of Taste’, 28:38-54
White, Simon J., Landscape Icons and the Community: A Reading of John Clare’s ‘Langley Bush’, 26:21-32
— John Clare’s Sonnets and the Northborough Fens, 28:55-70
Worrall, David, ‘Obnoxious Performance’: The Plebeian Culture of Theatre, Street, and Stage in Romantic Period Melodrama, 19:53-60


2. Short Pieces, Editorials, Notes & Queries

Barrell, John, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:52-3
Blade, Brian, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:16
Blythe, Ronald, President’s Comments, 1:5; 5:4; 8:4
— Bicentenary Thoughts (Introduction), 12:5-6
— Our Silver Jubilee, 25:5-6
Brownjohn, Alan, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:54-5
Buttery, Pauline, Editorials, 3-8:3
Carr, J. L., Summer of ‘64, 6:34-5
Chirico, Paul, ‘Bounds of Place and Time’: The Future of Clare’s Past, 25:7-10
Crossan, Greg, Clare’s ‘Aching(?) Sight’, 7:50-1
— [Butterworth’s Version of the Scriven Engraving], 8:55
— [An Illustration of the Interior of Clare’s Cottage], 11:27
— Another Version of the Scriven Engraving, 11:28-9
Dixon, George E., Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:16-17
Goodridge, John, Editorials, 11-13, 15-21, 23-6:4
— The Writings of Margaret Grainger 1959-1992, 12:14
Groves, David, A Poem in The Englishman’s Magazine, 7:51-2
Heaney, Seamus, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:28
Hold, Trevor, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:29-30
Kövesi, Simon, Editorials, 27:4; 28:4
— and Meiko O’Halloran, Guest Editorial, 22:4-5
Leatham, Lady Victoria, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:6
Mabey, Richard, John Clare: Knowing His Place (Bicentenary Thoughts), 12:28-9
— Guest Editorial: Clare and Ecology, 14:5-6
Motion, Andrew, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:30
Rae, Simon, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:53
Robinson, Eric, John Clare: ‘Bud of the Waste’ in Child Harold, 8:53-4
— Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:30-1
Robinson, Eric & David Powell, Queries, 9:52-3
— Letter to the Editor, 12:77
Robinson, Eric, David Powell & Paul Dawson, Oxford Editors’ Appeal, 14:94
Storey, Edward, Editorial, 1:3-4
— Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:17
Street, Sean, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:54
Thompson, E. P., Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:31
Thornton, R. K. R., Editorials, 9:4; 10:4
Wain, John, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:55
Westwood, William, The Lord Bishop of Peterborough, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:7


3. Poems, Plays, Stories & Settings

TOP

Askham, John, To John Clare, 9:54
Burnham, Michael, from ‘Dark Journey’ [play], 19:61-72
— Patty’s Book: A New Play for Radio, 25:31-50
Causley, Charles, Helpston, 6:36
Clare, John, A Poem by John Clare (‘The Autumnal Morning’), 8:44-5
— Fable of the Animals in Partnership, 18:65-6
— On the wonders of inventions curiosities strange sights & other remarkables “of the last forty days” in the metropolis in a letter to a friend [‘Letter to Allan Cunningham’], 20:23-37
— Song to Liberty, 23:46-7
— Letter to Hessey; To XXXX ; ‘I love to walk in spring by hedgrow sides’, 28:94-6
Clark, Thomas A., An Acre for George Crabbe & An Acre for John Clare, 22:32-3
Duhig, Ian, Clare’s Jig, 18:49
Ewart, Gavin, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:28
Farley, Paul, For the House Sparrow, In Decline, 27:25
Firth, Roger, Bicentenary Thoughts, 12:52
Hamberger, Robert, Three poems from ‘Walking Home’, 20:69-71
— Three more poems from ‘Walking home’, 22:68-70
Herd, Tracey, The Secret Garden, 20:39
Iles, Norman, ‘Sorrowful, Yet Always Rejoicing’ Vincent, 13:58
Kramer, Lotte, John Clare’s Language, 4:23
— In Southey Wood, 12:26
Moore, Alan, The Sun Looks Pale Upon the Wall: AD 1841 [short story], 28:23-37
Paulin, Tom, The Writing Lark: A Letter to John Clare, 17:5-15
Philip, Neil, To John Clare, 5:36
Rae, Simon, John Clare: the Flight of Birds, 6:19
Robinson, Eric, The End from the Eastern Shore, 26:60
Storey, Edward, John Clare Moves House, 3:39
— On the Unveiling of a Memorial to John Clare in Poets’ Corner, 9:14-15
Street, Sean, Intercity (Newcastle/London), 15:55
Taplin, Kim, At Helpston, 21:63
Thomas, R. S., Lunar (Bicentenary Thoughts), 12:62
Waite, Michael, The Redcap [musical settings], 8:31-5
Watson, J. R., John Clare, 5:14-15


4. Review Essays

TOP

Crossan, Greg, Bicentenary Essays [Hugh Haughton, Adam Phillips and Geoffrey Summerfield (eds), John Clare in Context], 14:89-91
Dawson, P.M.S., History and Natural History [J. M. Neeson, Commoners; Richard Mabey, Whistling in the Dark], 13:92-4
Groom, Nick, In the Field [George Deacon, Dream Not of Love; Gordon Tyrrall, A Distance from the Town; Vikki Clayton, Midsummer Cushion], 26:76-9
Haughton, Hugh, Revision and Romantic Authorship: The Case of Clare [Zachary Leader, Revision and Romantic Authorship], 17:65-73
Keegan, Bridget, ‘A Sun in Songs Posterity’: Recent Publications on John Clare and Self-taught Poets, 17:73-7
— Literature and Ecology [Jonathan Bate, The Song of the Earth; James C. McKusick, Green Writing: Romanticism and Ecology], 20:73-8
Kossick, Kaye, Starting Points [John Goodridge (ed), The Poet John Clare 1793-1864 (information pack); David Powell, The Life and Times of John Clare; Peterborough City Council and the John Clare Society, John Clare, Poet of Helpston (information sheet); Peter Moyse, John Clare: The Poet and the Place; Peter Horridge and Ann Surtees (readers), Vikki Clayton and Peter Shaw (musicians), John Clare: Words and Music; John Ward (reader), John Clare, Going to the Fair], 13:81-4
Landry, Donna, Labouring-Class Poets [John Goodridge, Scott McEathron and Kaye Kossick (eds), Nineteenth-Century English Labouring-Class Poets], 26:79-84
Lincoln, John, Clare and the Modern Artist [artwork by Tom Bates, Rigby Graham, John Lincoln and Nicholas and Mary Parry], 13:84-5
Powell, David, ‘Northamptonshire Prodigies’ [Caroline Kizer (ed), The Essential Clare; Richard Greene, Mary Leapor: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Women’s Poetry], 13:89-92
Shepherd, Valerie, Anne Elizabeth Baker’s Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases and John Clare’s ‘Rustic Idiom’, 15:69-75
Storey, Edward, Clare’s Influence on the Writer’s Imagination [John MacKenna, Clare, a Novel; Sean Street, Honest John], 13:85-9
— Landscape of Acceptance: A Retrospective View of the Poetry of Lotte Kramer [Lotte Kramer, Ice Break; Family Arivals; A Lifelong House; The Shoemaker’s Wife; The Desecration of Trees; Earthquake], 15:81
Thornton, Kelsey, Shepherd’s Calendars [Jonathan Wordsworth, (intr.), John Clare, The Shepherd’s Calendar, 1827; Eric Robinson, Geoffrey Summerfield and David Powell (eds), John Clare, The Shepherd’s Calendar], 14:91-2
— The Raw and the Cooked [Eric Robinson and David Powell, John Clare: Major Works; Bate, Jonathan (ed), John Clare, Selected Poems], 24:78-86


5. Reviews

TOP

Austen, Frances and Bernard Jones, The Language and Craft of William Barnes (Michael Baron), 23:91-4
Baker, Anne Elizabeth, Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases (facsimile edition) (Valerie Shepherd), 15:69-75
Bate, Jonathan, The Song of the Earth (Bridget Keegan), 20:73-8
— John Clare, A Biography (Greg Crossan), 24:87-90
— (ed), John Clare, Selected Poems (Kelsey Thornton), 24:78-86
Bloomfield, Robert, Selected Poems, ed. by John Goodridge and John Lucas with an Introduction by John Lucas (Ronald Blythe), 18:85-6
— Revised and Enlarged Edition (Bob Heyes), 27:86
Blythe, Ronald, Talking About John Clare (Tim Chilcott), 19:82-3
Brackenbury, Alison, Breaking Ground and Other Poems (Marghanita Laski), 5:49-50
Brownlow, Timothy, John Clare and Picturesque Landscape (R. K. R. Thornton), 3:55
Chilcott, Tim, A Real World & Doubting Mind (Edward Storey), 5:47-9
— (ed), John Clare, The Living Year 1841 (R. K. R. Thornton), 20:85-8
— (ed) John Clare: The Shepherd’s Calendar (Sam Ward), 26:85-6
Chirico, Paul, John Clare and the Imagination of the Reader (Valerie Pedlar), 27:81-4
Christmas, William J., The Lab’ring Muses (Roger Sales), 21:80-3
Clare, Johanne, John Clare and the Bounds of Circumstance (Mark Storey), 7:54
Clare, John, Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery, Lark Publications reprint (David Powell), 6:51-2
— See also entries under Chilcott, Dawson, Deacon, Grainger, Kizer, Kövesi, Powell, Protheroe, Robinson et al, Summerfield, Thornton, and Williams
Clay, Arnold, ‘Itching after rhyme’: A Life of John Clare (David Powell), 20:90-1
Clayton, Vikki, Midsummer Cushion (Nick Groom), 26:76-9
Dawson, P. M. S., Eric Robinson and David Powell (eds), John Clare, A Champion for the Poor (Alan Vardy), 20:81-5
Deacon, George, John Clare and the Folk Tradition (Pauline Buttery), 2:45
— Dream Not of Love: 17 Songs from John Clare (Nick Groom), 26:76-9
de Bolla, Peter, Nigel Leask and David Simpson (eds), Land Nation and Culture 1740-1840: Thinking the Republic of Taste (Donna Landry), 28:99-100
Estermann, Barbara (compiler), John Clare: An Annotated Primary and Secondary Bibliography (Greg Crossan), 6:50-1
Farley, Paul (ed), John Clare, Poems (John Goodridge), 26:86-7
Foss, Arthur and Kerith Trick, St. Andrews Hospital: The First 150 Years (1838-1988) (David Powell), 9:46-8
Foster, Paul G. M., Gilbert White and His Records, A Scientific Biography (John F. Wyatt), 8:49-50
— (ed), Sussex Seams (Peter Cox), 16:93
Foulkes, Richard (ed.), John Clare: A Bicentenary Celebration (Simon Kövesi), 15:86-8
Gifford, Terry, Green Voices: Understanding Contemporary Nature Poetry (Andy Jurgis), 15:93-4
Goodridge, John, Rural Life in Eighteenth-century English Poetry (Andy Jurgis), 16:88-9
— (ed), The Poet John Clare 1793-1864 (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4
— (ed), The Independent Spirit: John Clare and the Self-taught Tradition (Brian Maidment), 15:88-91
— and Simon Kövesi (eds), John Clare: New Approaches (Tim Chilcott), 20:79-81.
—, Scott McEathron and Kaye Kossick (eds), Nineteenth-Century English Labouring-Class Poets (Donna Landry), 26:79-84
Grainger, Margaret (ed), Natural History Prose Writings of John Clare (David Powell), 4:59
— and Richard Williamson, The Nightjar Today and Yesterday (R. K. R. Thornton), 8:48-9
Greene, Richard, Mary Leapor: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Women’s Poetry (David Powell), 13:89-92
Haughton, Hugh, Adam Phillips and Geoffrey Summerfield (eds), John Clare in Context (Greg Crossan), 14:89-91
Hebron, Stephen, The Romantics and the British Landscape (Tim Brownlow), 26:91-2
Helsinger, Elizabeth, Rural Scenes and National Representation: Britain 1815-1850 (Val Pedlar), 17:85-8
Hill, Christopher, Liberty Against the Law: Some Seventeenth-Century Controversies (Bob Heyes), 16:86-7
Hold, Trevor (ed), A Northamptonshire Garland (David Powell), 9:45-6
— A John Clare Songbook (Graham Foulkes), 20:91-3
Holmes, Richard, Romantic Poets and Their Circle (Alex Alec-Smith), 17:88-9
Horridge, Peter and Ann Surtees (readers), Vikki Clayton and Peter Shaw (musicians), John Clare: Words and Music (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4
Jancovíc, Vladimir, Reading the Skies (Bridget Keegan), 21:86-90
Janowitz, Anne, Lyric and Labour in the Romantic Tradition (P.M.S. Dawson), 19:84-7
Jarvis, Robin, Pedestrian Travel and Romantic Writing (Michael Baron), 17:80-4
Joshua, Essake, The Romantics and the May Day Tradition (Sam Ward), 28:104-6
Kizer, Caroline (ed), The Essential Clare (David Powell), 13:89-92
Keegan, Bridget, British Labouring-Class Nature Poetry, 1730-1837 (M. M. Mahood), 28:101-3
Kövesi, Simon (ed), John Clare, Flower Poems (Bob Heyes), 21:83-6
— John Clare, Love Poems (Elizabeth Over), 19:83-4
Kramer, Lotte, Ice Break (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— Family Arrivals (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— A Lifelong House (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— The Shoemaker’s Wife (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— The Desecration of Trees (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— Earthquake and other Poems (Edward Storey), 15:76-81
— Black Over Red (Catherine Byron) 26:93-4
Landry, Donna, The Invention of the Countryside (Bridget Keegan), 21:86-90
Leader, Zachary, Revision and Romantic Authorship (Hugh Haughton), 17:65-73
Lord, John (ed), Peter DeWint 1784-1849 (Bob Heyes), 27:84-5
Lucas, John, England and Englishness: Ideas of Nationhood in English Poetry 1688-1900 (Tim Chilcott), 12:69-70
— John Clare (Bob Heyes), 15:91-3
— (ed.), For John Clare: An Anthology of Verse (Moniza Alvi), 17:79-80
Mabey, Richard, Whistling in the Dark: In Pursuit of the Nightingale (P. M. S. Dawson), 13:92-4
— Nature Cure (Peter Reynolds), 24:90-2
MacKenna, John, Clare, a Novel (Edward Storey), 13:85-9
Mahood, M. M., The Poet as Botanist (Roy Vickery), 28:100-101
McKusick, James C., Green Writing: Romanticism and Ecology (Bridget Keegan), 20:73-8
Meyer, Richard, The Fate of the Badger (Keith Alexander), 6:49-50
Moyse, Peter, John Clare: The Poet and the Place (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4; second edition (John Goodridge), 19:87
Neeson, J. M., Commoners: Common Right, Enclosure and Social Change in England 1700-1820 (P. M. S. Dawson), 13:92-4
Nichols, Ashton (ed), Romantic Natural Histories: William Wordsworth, Charles Darwin, and Others (Mark Noe), 26:92-3
O’Neill, Michael, Literature of the Romantic period: A Bibliographical Guide (Greg Crossan), 18:83-4
Paulin, Tom, Minotaur: Poetry and the Nation State (Helen Boden), 12:70-3
Peterborough City Council and the John Clare Society, John Clare: Poet of Helpston (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4
Pettit, Charles (ed), Celebrating Thomas Hardy: Insights and Appreciations (Maria Stella), 16:91-3.
Philip, Neil (ed), Between Earth and Sky (J. R. Watson), 4:60
Phillips, David, The River Nene From Source to Sea (David Powell), 17:84-5
Powell, David, The Life and Times of John Clare (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4
— First Publication of John Clare’s Poems (Greg Crossan), 25:86-90
Protheroe, Robert (ed), Poems by John Clare (Cathy Taylor), 25:90-93
Rae, Simon, Grass (Michael Burnham), 24:92-4
Ricks, Christopher (ed), The New Oxford Book of Victorian Verse (David Powell), 7:53
Robinson, Eric (ed), John Clare, Autobiographical Writings (Robert Gittings), 3:54-5; paperback edition (Pauline Buttery), 5:52
— John Clare, The Parish (R. K. R. Thornton), 4:62-3
— and David Powell (ed.), John Clare, By Himself (Mark Storey), 16:83-5
— Oxford Authors: John Clare (Janet Todd), 4:61-2; [as John Clare: Major Works] (Kelsey Thornton), 24:78-86
— and David Powell (ed), Margaret Grainger (associate ed.), The Early Poems of John Clare 1804-1822 (R. K. R. Thornton), 9:48-50
— The Later Poems of John Clare, 1837-1864 (Ronald Blythe), 3:53-4
—, David Powell and P. M. S. Dawson (ed.), John Clare, Cottage Tales, (R. K. R. Thornton), 12:73-5
— John Clare, Northborough Sonnets (John Lucas), 15:83-6
— John Clare, Poems of the Middle Period I-II (Richard Mabey), 16:81-3
— John Clare, Poems of the Middle Period III-IV (Jonathan Bate), 18:79-83
— John Clare, Poems of the Middle Period V (M. M. Mahood), 23:85-9
—, Geoffrey Summerfield and David Powell (eds), John Clare, The Shepherd’s Calendar (Kelsey Thornton), 14:91-2
— and Richard Fitter, John Clare’s Birds (Trevor Hold), 2:40-4
Roe, Nicholas, John Keats and the Culture of Dissent (John Goodridge), 17:91-3
Sales, Roger, Closer to Home: Writers and Places in England, 1780-1830 (David Powell), 7:54-5
— John Clare: A Literary Life (Simon Kövesi), 21:90-3
Sinclair, Iain, Edge of the Orison (Ron Ingamells), 25:93-4
Solomon, Harry M., The Rise of Robert Dodsley: Creating the New Age of Print (Bridget Keegan), 18:86-7
Storey, Edward, Last Train to Ely (Catherine Byron), 15:94
Storey, Mark (ed), John Clare, Letters (R. K. R. Thornton), 5:50-2
— John Clare, Selected Letters (Alan G. Hill), 8:47-8
Street, Sean, Honest John (Edward Storey), 13:85-9
Summerfield, Geoffrey (ed), John Clare, Selected Poetry (Mark Storey), 11:61-2; Penguin Classics edition (John Goodridge), 19:87.
Sychrava, Juliet, Schiller to Derrida: Idealism in Aesthetics (Paul Dawson), 10:47-8
Taplin, Kim, The English Path (Emma Trehane), 20:88-90
Thompson, E.P., Customs in Common (John Goodridge), 12:75-6
Thornton, R. K. R. (ed), John Clare, Selected Poems (Catherine Byron), 16:85-6
Tyrrall, Gordon, A Distance from the Town (Nick Groom), 26:76-9
Uglow, Jenny, Nature’s Engraver: A Life of Thomas Bewick (R. K. R. Thornton), 26:87-9
Vardy, Alan, John Clare: Poetry and Politics (Tim Chilcott), 23:89-91
Waldron, Mary, Lactilla, Milkwoman of Clifton: The Life and Writings of Ann Yearsley, 1753-1806 (John Goodridge), 16:89-91
Ward, John (reader), John Clare, Going to the Fair (Kaye Kossick), 13:81-4
Wardroper, John, The World of William Hone (Bob Bushaway), 17:89-91
White, Simon J., Robert Bloomfield, Romanticism and the Poetry of Community (Sam Ward), 28:104-6
—, John Goodridge and Bridget Keegan (ed), Robert Bloomfield: Lyric, Class and the Romantic Canon (Rodney Lines), 26:89-91
Williams, Merryn & Raymond (ed), John Clare, Selected Poetry and Prose (R. K. R. Thornton), 6:53-4
Wordsworth, Jonathan (intr.), John Clare, The Shepherd’s Calendar, 1827 (R. K. R. Thornton), 14:91-2


6. Illustrations

TOP

Akroyd, Carry, Illustrations for Tom Paulin’s ‘A Letter to John Clare’, 17:1, 6, 8, 11, 13
— ‘Of natures powers and natures spells’, 19:33-9
— ‘It is a lonely place indeed’, 21:1, 19-23
— From ‘Pastoral Poesy’, 23:opp. 33
— From The Wood Is Sweet, 24:[1], 25-30, back cover
Aris, Birtley, Illustrations for The Midsummer Cushion, 3:1, 2, 25
Baguley, John, Photograph of the John Clare bust, 1-26:front cover
Bates, Tom, Sketches for the Clare cycle, 10:1, 2, 42; 12:63-8
— Boxers (pencil drawings after Cruickshank and others), 13:6, 10, 11, 13
Bayley, John, High Beach (line drawings), 13:34
Behnes, William, Bust of Princess Victoria (photo from the Royal Collection), 27:48
Berry, George, John Clare [1864], 3:53
Bewick, Thomas, Reaper, from the Vignettes, 1:1
— Illustrations from the Vignettes, 11:1, 3, 60, 62
— and his school, Bird’s nest, 26:1
— Yellow bunting, 26:19
— Magpie, 26:19
— Girl with gathering basket, 26:32
— Babes in the wood, 26:59
— Fox, 26:60
— Fiddler, 26:79
— Dancers, 26:79
— Outdoor reader and book, 26:84
— Hare, 26:94
Bizley, Roy, Illustration, 7:41
[Bloomfield, Robert], ‘The Horkey’, from Wild Flowers (1809), 22:76
Burrell, J. F. (engraved by A. Ashley), Lunatic asylum, Northampton, 8:40
Carr, J. L., Sun, 6:34
Chapman, Adella, Nettles, 3:38
Clare, John, Letter to Lord Milton, 14 April 1820 (photograph of the manuscript), 6:8
— Drawings in his manuscripts, photographs by Peter Moyse, 14:1, 4, 16, 25, 60, 80
— Manuscript page of ‘Graves of Infants’, 26:34
Cork, Derek, Artemisia absinthium; Cochlearia officinalis, 5:19
Cowen, W. (engraved by J. C. Allen), Clare’s cottage, 4:4
Cox, Peter, Hand-drawn map of the High Beach area, 13:32
Crome, John, Mousehold Heath (c.1818-20), 28:17
Crossan, Jocelyn F., Clare’s cottage, Helpston, 3:39
Cumberpatch, Ivan, St Botolph Parish Church, Helpston, 6:33
Daunt, Chris, Oak leaf motif, fish, sheep, pear motif (woodcuts), 13:1, 58, 72, 80; pheasant, 18:1
Davis, John, Bird of prey, 8:45
DeWint, Peter, Lincolnshire Landscape (near Horncastle), 28:15
Drury, Edward, Extract from a letter to John Taylor, 24:35
Faden, W., Map of the area north and west of Peterborough [1779], 6:12
Finch, Sue, Blackbird illustrations, 12:8, 27, 51, 56; 13:57
Forrester, Charles and Henry (‘Alfred Crowquill’), Illustrations for Dr Syntax’s Tour (1844), 27:23,24,26
Foster, Charles, Map of Clare’s conjectured route from Helpston to Burghley, 7:26
Garside, Gillian, Shepherd in a landscape, 22:31
Gillmor, Robert, Corncrake, 4:5
Graham, Rigby, Northborough, Helpston and Walkherd, 1:6, 51, 56
Greenoak, Francesca, Geraniums and common hogweed, 4:1, 2
— Flower drawings, 5:36
Hassall, Joan, Hedgehog, hare, field mice, 7:1, 2, 56
— Illustrations, 8:1, 2, 3, 31, 50, 56
Hilton, William, Portrait of John Clare [1820]:
— Solarised photographic print by Peter Moyse, 3:4
— Engraving by Butterworth after Scriven, 8:55
— Lithographic version of the Scriven engraving, 11:29
[Hogg, James], Extract from Fraser’s Magazine (Feb 1832), 22:34
Hone, William, Page from The Every-Day Book, 24:14
Jackson-Houlston, Caroline, Illustrations, 22:1, 5,50, 67 and 75
— bird illustrations, 27:58,65,72,86
Kendall, John, Illustration, 7:49
— Blackbird, 8:52
Kent, Elizabeth, Page from Sylvan Sketches (‘Books Lately Published by Taylor and Hessey’), 24:20
Kitchen, Bert, Owls, 6:48
Kramer, Lotte, Illustration, 4:23
Langhorne, Joanna, Small mammals of the hedgerow, 8:46
Lawrence, John, Wood engraving of Militia, 4:48
Lens, B., Miniature of Stephen Duck (1709-1756), 8:8
Lewis, A. J., Illustrations, 9:3, 29, 50, 54, 56
Lincoln, John, Lolham Bridges (pen and ink drawing), 13:85
— Badger, Relict Arch at Pickworth; two vignettes of Clare country, 16:18, 41, 33 and 78
Maddock, James, Plate from The Florist’s Directory [1822], 12:15
Millais, J. G., Badger, 6:50
Moore, H., Illustrations, 9:43, 44, 53
Moyse, Mary, John Clare’s Family Tree, 8:28
— Photograph of the younger John Clare’s grave, 17:63
Moyse, Peter, Photographs of Clare country, 2:29-30, 41-2; 15:19, 54; 16:42, 94
— Treated photograph of the John Clare Memorial, Poets’ Corner, 9:14
— Copy photograph of John Clare the poet’s son, 17:60
— Photograph of Clare’s cottage (interior detail), 25:6
— See also under John Clare, William Hilton
[Nicholson, William], Page from his Poetical Works (1878), 22:16
Oakes, J. W., Etching of a night sea scene, 9:13
Parry, Nicholas and Mary, Illustrations for ‘The Flitting’, 10:3, 16, 17, 26, 41, 46, 48
— Illustration from Woman Sweet Witchingly Woman, 13:18
Pearce, Patti, Autumn, 5:29
— Flowering rush, Marsh marigold, 6:26, 56
Pinder, Brenda, Wood engravings, 19:1, 17, 51, 60
Pohrt, Tom, original sketches, 28:24, 30, 70, 93, 106
Powell, F., Illustration, 9:16
Pyne, W. H., Etching of shepherd at rest [1815], 12:1
Rippingille, E. V., The Stage Coach Breakfast, 17:25
— The Recruiting Party, 17:28
Robin Hood School, Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, Drawings by schoolchildren, 23:14-20
Rossiter, C., The Village Boy / The Shepherd Boy, 9:30
Rowlandson, Thomas, Dr Syntax, 27:30
Schrey, Mick, Drawing of John Clare, 23:67
— Scottish freedom, with claymore, 24:51
Scullard, Sue, Reeds; reed-cutting, 5:1, 2
Sleigh, J., Illustration of a pastoral scene, 9:1
Stamp, Edward, Badger (wood engraving), 4:57
Steane, John, Maps of Helpston c.1779, c.1827 and c.1970, 6:11
Stephens, Ian, Illustrations for ‘Pleasant Places’, ‘Wood Rides’, ‘The Ragwort’ and others, 20:66-8
Thornton, Kelsey, Illustrations, 6:1, 2
— Bewick’s grave (pen and ink drawing), 26:20
— Clare’s grave (pen and ink drawing), 26:20
Tillemans, Peter, View of Langdyke Bush (1721), 28:6
— Western View of the Town of Northampton (1721), 28:8
Wakeley, Peter (English Nature), Anthills (photograph), 12:35
Waites, Ian, Helpston from the site of Langley Bush (photograph), 28:11
Whistler, James, Detail of a landscape etching, 9:26
Williams, Samuel, Illustrations of The Shepherd’s Calendar, 18:25-36

Uncredited and Anonymous Illustrations

Annuals, Images from (Reading University Library), 24:52
Astley’s Theatre, 23:opp. 32
Chapbook illustrations, supplied by David Blamires, 15:1, 26, 34, 39 and 53; 16:49, 56
Clare’s cottage (print), 7:55
Clare’s cottage (interior, from Golden Hours, 1873), 11:27
Crowland Abbey (The Great Portal, from Our Own Country, (1878-83), I, 88), 16:13
Grass outline (possibly by Patti Pearce), 6:54
Grasses (from Observer’s Book of Grasses Sedges and Rushes), 5:55
Great spotted woodpecker (Woodland Trust notelet), 4:30
Irish Melodies (title page), 25:16
John Clare’s baptismal record (Northamptonshire Record Office), 8:26
Kiln at Castor and glazing furnace (from Victoria County History, Northants., I, 207, 210), 16:11
Man and dog (from the dustjacket of the Lark Publications reprint of Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery), 6:52
Militia document calling Clare for service in 1814 (from the collection of Robert Heyes), 4:54
Northampton Asylum, 20:38
The Poetry of Flowers (illustrated page with ‘The Water Lily’), 11:13
Roman ‘Mosaic found at Pail Grounds, Helpstone’, from Edmund Artis, Durobrivae, (1828, plate 24), 16:1
Thatcher (artist unknown), 5:47


Contributors

Akroyd, Carry, 17:1, 6, 8, 11, 13; 19:33-9; 21:1, 19-23; 23:opp. 33; 24:[1], 25-30, back cover
Alec-Smith, Alex, 17:88-9
Alexander, Keith, 6:49-50
Allen, J. C., 4:4
Alvi, Moniza, 17:79-80
Al-Wasiti, Salman, 20:55-65
Aris, Birtley, 3:1, 2, 25
Artis, Edmund, 16:1
Ashley, A., 8:40
Askham, John, 9:54
Baguley, John, 1-26:front cover
Banfield-Pearce, Lynne, 3:40-8
Baron, Michael, 17:80-4; 23:91-4
Barrell, John, 2:3-8; 12:52-3
Barton, Anne, 18:5-21
Bate, Jonathan, 14:7-15; 18:79-83; 19:19-32; 20:41-54; 21:5-18
Bates, Tom, 10:1, 2, 42-6; 12:64-8; 13:5-17; 27:45-58
Bayley, John, 13:34
Beck, Misty, 21:24-32
Behnes, William, 27: 48
Berry, George, 3:53
Bewick, Thomas, 1:1; 11:1, 3, 60, 62
Bizley, Roy, 7:41
Blade, Brian, 12:16
Blamires, David, 15:27-53; 16:43-70
Blunden, Edmund, 15:5-10
Blythe, Ronald, 1:5; 3:53-4; 5:4; 8:4; 11:5-13; 12:5-6; 14:17-27; 18:85-6; 19:73-81; 25:5-6, 78-85
Boden, Helen, 11:30-42; 12:70-3
Brewer, William D., 11:43-56; 13:73-80
Brownjohn, Alan, 12:54-5
Brownlow, Timothy, 3:34-7; 26:91-2
Brownson, Siobhan Craft, 25:51-64
Burke, Tim, 22:35-49
Burnham, Michael, 19:61-72; 24:92-4; 25:31-50
Burrell, J. F., 8:40
Bushaway, Bob, 17:89-91
Buttery, Pauline, 2:45; 3:3; 4:3; 5:3, 52; 6:3; 7:3; 8:3
Byron, Catherine, 15:94; 16:85-6; 26:93-4
Caddel, Richard, 7:41-8
Cann, Christine, 23:15-20
Cannell, D. M., 22:71-5
Carr, J. L., 6:34-5
Causley, Charles, 6:36
Chandler, John, 7:26-40
Chapman, Adella, 3:38
Chilcott, Tim, 4:5-11; 7:4-9; 9:31-43; 12:69-70; 19:5-17, 82-3; 20:79-81; 23:89-91; 25:65-77
Chirico, Paul, 19:41-51; 25:7-10
Clare, Johanne, 6:21-33
Clare, John, 6:8; 8:26, 44-5; 14:1, 4, 16, 25, 60, 80; 18:65-6; 20:23-37; 23:46-7; 28:94-6
Clark, Thomas A., 22:32-3
Colclough, Stephen, 24:52-68
Coletta, W. John, 14:29-46
Cork, Derek, 5:19
Counsel, June, 5:5-8
Cowen, W., 4:4
Cox, Peter, 13:32-9; 16:93; 17:17-33
Crome, John, 28:17
Crossan, Greg, 3:17-25; 5:37-46; 6:50-1; 7:50-1; 8:55; 10:27-41; 11:27-9; 12:18-25; 14:89-91; 18:23-36, 83-4; 24:87-90; 25:86-90
Crossan, Jocelyn F., 3:39
Cumberpatch, Ivan, 6:33
Daunt, Chris, 13:1, 58, 72, 80; 18:1
Davis, John, 8:45
Dawson, Paul / P. M. S., 10:47-8; 11:17-27; 13:92-4; 14:94; 16:71-8; 18:65-9; 19:84-7; 20:21-37
Dean, E. Barbara, 2:24-7
DeWint, Peter, 28:15
Dixon, George E., 1:47-50; 12:16-17
Drury, Edward, 24:35
Duhig, Ian, 18:49
Engels, William C., 15:57-67
Ewart, Gavin, 12:28
Faden, W., 6:12
Farley, Paul, 27:25
Finch, Sue, 12:8, 27, 51, 56; 13:57
Firth, Roger, 12:52
Forrester, Charles and Henry (‘Alfred Crowquill’), 27:23,24,26
Foster, Charles, 7:26
Foster, Paul, 12:9-14
Foulkes, Graham, 20:91-3
Fulford, Tim, 14:47-59
Garside, Gillian, 22:31
Gillin, Richard L., 5:22-9
Gillmor, Robert, 4:5
Gittings, Robert, 3:54-5
Goddard, Joe, 3:49-52
Goodridge, John, 8:5-10; 9:17-26; 11:4; 12:4, 75-6; 13:4; 15:4; 16:4, 89-91; 17:4, 91-3; 18:4, 88-94; 19:4, 87-94; 20:4; 21:4; 22:77-92; 23:4; 24:4; 25:4; 26:4, 86-7
Gorji, Mina, 24:5-24
Graham, Rigby, 1:6, 51, 56
Grainger, Margaret, 7:26-40
Greenoak, Francesca, 4:1, 2; 5:36
Groom, Nick, 26:76-9
Groves, David, 7:51-2
Hamberger, Robert, 20:69-71; 22:68-70
Hand, Richard J., 12:57-61
Harrison, Gary, 17:41-58
Hassall, Joan, 7:1, 2, 56; 8:1, 2, 3, 31, 50, 56
Haughton, Hugh, 17:65-73
Heaney, Seamus, 12:28
Herd, Tracey, 20:39
Hess, Scott, 27:27-44
Heyes, Bob, 4:48-54; 6:10-19; 12:32-6; 13:59-60; 15:91-3; 16:5-17, 86-7; 21:83-6; 24:31-40; 27:84-6; 28:94-98
Hill, Alan G., 8:47-8
Hilton, William, 3:4; 8:55; 11:29
Hold, Trevor, 1:25-9; 2:40-4; 12:29-30
Hone, William, 24:14
Houghton-Walker, Sarah, 23:21-43; 28:71-93
Howard, William, 4:12-22
Hughes, Gillian, 22:6-16
Iles, Norman, 13:58
Ingamells, Ron, 25:93-4
Jackson-Houlston, Caroline, 22:1, 5, 50, 67, 75; 27:58,65,72,86
Jurgis, Andy, 15:93-4; 16:88-9
Keegan, Bridget, 15:11-19; 17:73-7; 18:86-7; 20:73-8; 21:86-90; 23:3-14
Kendall, John, 7:49; 8:52
Kent, Elizabeth, 24:20
Kitchen, Bert, 6:48
Kossick, Kaye, 13:81-4
Kövesi, Simon, 15:86-8; 18:51-63; 21:90-3; 22:4-5; 26:61-75; 27:4, 73-9; 28:4
Kramer, Lotte, 4:23; 12:26
Lamont, Claire, 13:19-31; 16:19-33
Landry, Donna, 26:79-84; 28:99-100
Langhorne, Joanna, 8:46
Laski, Marghanita Laski, 5:49-50
Lawrence, John, 4:48
Leatham, Lady Victoria, 12:6
Lens, B., 8:8
Lessa, Richard, 3:26-33; 13:61-72
Lewis, A. J., 9:3, 29, 50, 54, 56
Lincoln, John, 13:84-5; 16:18, 41, 33, 78
Lines, Rodney, 1:53-6; 5:16-21; 26:89-91
Lodge, Sara, 20:5-18; 23:68-84
Lucas, John, 5:9-13; 15:83-6
Mabey, Richard, 12:28-9; 14:5-6; 16:81-3
Mack, Douglas S., 22:17-31
Maddock, James, 12:15
Mahood, M. M., 23:85-9; 28:101-3
Maidment, Brian, 15:88-91
McEathron, Scott, 27:5-23
Millais, J. G., 6:50
Moore, Alan, 28:23-37
Moore, H., 9:43, 44, 53
Motion, Andrew, 12:30
Moyse, Mary, 8:24-30; 9:27-9; 17:59-63
Moyse, Peter, 2:29-30, 41-2; 9:14; 15:19, 54; 16:42, 94; 17:60; 25:6
Noe, Mark, 26:92-3
Oakes, J. W., 9:13
O’Halloran, Meiko, 22:4-5
Over, Elizabeth, 19:83-4
Parry, Nicholas and Mary, 10:3, 16, 17, 26, 41, 46, 48; 13:18
Paulin, Tom, 17:5-15
Pearce, Patti, 5:29; 6:26, 56
Pedlar, Valerie, 8:11-16; 13:41-57; 17:85-8; 27:81-4
Philip, Neil, 5:36
Phillips, Bill, 21:53
Pinder, Brenda, 19:1, 17, 51, 60
Pohrt, Tom, 28:24, 30, 70, 93, 106
Powell, David, 4:59; 6:51-2; 7:5-5; 8:37-43; 9:45-8, 52-3; 12:77; 13:89-92; 14:94; 17:84-5; 18:65-9; 20:90-1
Powell, F., 9:16
Powell, Margaret A., 6:4-9
Pyne, W. H., 12:1
Radcliffe, David Hill, 22:51-67
Rae, Simon, 12:53
Rae, Simon, 6:19
Reynolds, Peter, 24:90-2
Rippingille, E. V., 16:35-41; 17:25, 28
Robin Hood School children, Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts, 23:14-20
Robinson, Eric, 1:7-24; 2:9-23; 4:31-47; 6:37-47; 7:10-25; 8:53-4; 9:52-3; 10:17-26; 12:30-1, 77; 14:61-79, 94; 26:60; 28:94-98
Rossiter, C., 9:30
Rowlandson, Thomas, 27:30
Sales, Roger, 21:80-3
Schechter, Harriet, 4:24-30
Schrey, Mick, 23:48-67; 24:41-51; 26:33-59
Scrimgeour, Cecil, 2:28-39
Scullard, Sue, 5:1, 2
Shepherd, Valerie, 15:69-75
Simpson, David, 18:70-8
Sleigh, J., 9:1
Smith, J. B., 9:5-13
Smith, Matthew, 15:21-5
Stamp, Edward, 4:57
Steane, John, 6:11
Stella, Maria, 16:91-3.
Stephens, Ian, 20:66-8
Storey, Edward, 1:3-4; 3:39; 5:47-9; 9:14-15; 12:17; 13:85-9; 15:76-81
Storey, Mark, 3:5-16; 7:54; 10:5-16; 11:14-16, 61-2; 12:37-9; 16:83-5
Street, Sean, 12:54; 15:55
Strickland, Edward, 8:17-23; 12:40-50
Swingle, L. J., 14:81-7
Sylvester, Louise, 17:35-40
Taplin, Kim, 21:63
Taylor, Cathy, 25:90-93
Thomas, Denis, 4:55-8; 11:57-60
Thomas, R. S, 12:62
Thompson, E. P., 12:31
Thornton, Kelsey / R. K. R., 1:31-45; 3:55; 4:62-3; 5:30-5, 50-2; 6:1, 2, 53-4; 8:48-9; 9:4, 48-50; 10:4; 12:73-5; 14:91-2; 20:85-8; 21:65-79; 24:78-86; 26:5-20, 87-9
Tillemans, Peter, 28:6, 8
Todd, Janet, 4:61-2
Trehane, Emma, 20:88-90; 24:69-77
Vardy, Alan, 18:37-48; 20:81-5
Vickery, Roy, 28:100-101
Wain, John, 12:55
Waite, Michael, 8:31-5
Waites, Ian, 28:5-22
Wakeley, Peter, 12:35
Ward, Sam, 21:33-51; 25:11-30; 26:85-6; 28:104-6
Watson, J. R., 4:60; 5:14-15
Weiger, Sarah, 27:59-71
Westbrook, Revd J. C., 23:44-7
Westwood, William, 12:7
Whistler, James, 9:26
White, Adam, 28:38-54
White, Simon J., 26:21-32; 28:55-70
Williams, Samuel, 18:25-36
Worrall, David, 19:53-60
Wyatt, John F., 8:49-5


Compiled by John Goodridge with thanks to Greg Crossan, Simon Kövesi and Kelsey Thornton.

Online version edited by Simon Kövesi, 9/9/09

 

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