Author:Samuel Bamford

Samuel Bamford
(1788–1872)
English radical and writer
Samuel Bamford

WorksEdit

  • An Account of the Arrest and Imprisonment of Samuel Bamford, Middleton, on Suspicion of High Treason, 1817.
  • The Weaver Boy, or Miscellaneous Poetry, 1819.
  • Hours in the Bowers: Poems &c, 1834 (external scan)
  • Walks in South Lancashire and on its borders, 1844 (external scan)
  • Homely Rhymes, Poems and Reminiscences, 1864 (external scan)
  • Passages in the Life of a Radical, 1840-4. [First published in parts at Heywood, Lancashire, 1839–1842.]
  • Tawk o'Seawth Lankeshur, by Samhul Beamfort, 1850.
  • Life of Amos Ogden, 1858.
  • The Dialect of South Lancashire, or Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary, with his Rhymes, with Glossary, 1854. (external scan)
  • Early Days, 1849, 1859. (external scan)
  • Passages in the Life of a Radical and Early Days, 2 vols. London, 1893. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)

Works about BamfordEdit

 

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