Dorset Slow Travel

The walk along the wall leads to Back Beach, known for its rock pooling and
fossil hunting. ... largest in Dorset in second largest in Dorset in the 14th century.
the 14th century.” Ships from Lyme Regis ... The Cobb has seen its fair share of
drama, real and fictional. It was at The ... A dozen of them were hanged, drawn
and quartered on the spot where they had disembarked in Lyme Regis. You won'
t be in ...

Dorset  Slow Travel

Author: Alexandra Richards

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 1841628670

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Dorset is quintessential rural England: rolling hills, thatched houses, narrow, winding lanes and stunning stately homes and gardens. The author takes you on a personal journey through the county introducing some of Dorset's best kept secrets and hidden delights

English Dramatick Opera 1661 1706

Andrew R. Walkling. 74 measure of a dozen each. But as the Tempest playbook
ostentatiously points out (p. 1), the first thing the Dorset Garden audience saw
upon entering the theatre was “the Band of 24 Violins, with the Harpsicals and ...

English Dramatick Opera  1661   1706

Author: Andrew R. Walkling

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1315524198

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English Dramatick Opera, 1661–1706 is the first comprehensive examination of the distinctively English form known as "dramatick opera", which appeared on the London stage in the mid-1670s and lasted until its displacement by Italian through-composed opera in the first decade of the eighteenth century. Andrew Walkling argues that, while the musical elements of this form are crucial to its definition and history, the origins of the genre lie principally in a tradition of spectacular stagecraft that first manifested itself in England in the mid-1660s as part of a hitherto unidentified dramatic sub-genre, to which Walkling gives the name "spectacle-tragedy". Armed with this new understanding, the book explores a number of historical and interpretive issues, including the physical and rhetorical configurations of performative spectacle, the administrative maneuverings of the two "patent" theatre companies, the construction and deployment of the technologically advanced Dorset Garden Theatre in 1670–71, the critical response to generic, technical, and ideological developments in Restoration drama, and the shifting balance between machine spectacle and song-and-dance entertainment throughout the later decades of the seventeenth century, including in the dramatick operas of Henry Purcell. This study combines the materials and methodologies of music history, theatre history, literary studies, and bibliography to fashion an entirely new approach to the history of spectacular and musical drama on the English Restoration stage. This book serves as a companion to the Routledge publication Masque and Opera in England, 1656–1688 (2017).

The Thomas Hardy Journal

MAGGIE HITCHENS Morning Walk through the Dorset Gap , 11 October 1998 ...
but a dozen walkers and baby Oliver Tapper in a rucksack ( not forgetting the dog
, Tess ) squelched and slithered up the ... were great views , across the Vale of
Blackmoor to Shaston , dramatic skies , a windy belvedere above the Dorset Gap
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Dramatic Table Talk

... of Woolcot , in ' Dorsetshire ; and Charles Mathews having , two or three years
afterwards , proposed a subscription for a national monument to Shakspeare ,
with the King and a dozen of the Nobility as its Patrons , after expending fifty
pounds in advertising , received only a single guinea ! ... Walking with him behind
the scenes , one morning , a person in a low situation in the Theatre , came up
and ...

Dramatic Table Talk

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The annotated household Shakspeare The dramatic works of William Shakspeare with explanatory notes ed by W H D Adams With 370 engr from the orig designs of F Howard

I am not Samson , nor Sir Guy , nor with you ; the old Duchess of Norfolk , and
Lady Colbrand , Marquess Dorset ? will these please you ? ... I when I a dozen
crab - tree staves , and strong ones : these might see from far some forty
truncheoners draw . are but switches to ' em . ... must have ment , would walk into
the sweet meadows and green been a place of entertainment for the rabble of its
pre woods ...

The annotated household Shakspeare  The dramatic works of William Shakspeare  with explanatory notes  ed  by W H D  Adams  With 370 engr  from the orig  designs of F  Howard

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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere

Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet.
DOOM-obedient ... doomed for a certain term to walk . ... 4 a dozen captains stay
at door for you — ii. ... 4 to Dorothy my woman hie thee DORSET-Rivers, and
Dorset .

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Speaking of Design

I spent most of my time at Cape Dorset , the very village from which a large share
of the Eskimo art had originated . I was among the ... The low sun would cast a
warm side light making the scenes even more dramatic and the rocky path seem
even rougher . Within a mile of walking I would have a group of 10 or 15 Eskimo
children walking with me . They just ... You can imagine what it was like with a
dozen boys and girls sputtering , drooling , and giggling while trying to make
sounds .

Speaking of Design

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School Shop

I spent most of my time at Cape Dorset, the very village from which a large share
of the Eskimo art had originated. I was among ... The low sun would cast a warm
side light making the scenes even more dramatic and the rocky path seem even
rougher. Within a mile of walking I would have a group of 10 or 15 Eskimo
children walking with me. They just came ... You can imagine what it was like with
a dozen boys and girls sputtering, drooling, and giggling while trying to make
sounds.

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Theatre World

Friars Walk , Lewes , for the Proprietors and Publishers . PRACTICAL PRESS
LTD ... Editorial and Advertising Offices : 1 Dorset Buildings , Salisbury Square ,
Fleet Street , London , E . C . 4 . Tel . : CENural ... By Michael Pertwee THE
PARAGON A play of dramatic and emotional strength ; 41 5m 1 set . By Roland ...
By Ronald Adam TWO DOZEN RED ROSES A sparkling comedy 21 3m 1 set . By
Kenneth ...

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The Athenaeum

Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama ... Mogford so
often nevertheless , it is more than worthy of its high a damsel , of the primrose
age , walks alone by the paints . ... The work- Studland Bay , Dorset ( 165 ) . ... A
Wet Day , Pul- Beech Trees , Millersdale , Derbyshire ( 115 ) , a stream original
picture by Correggio is worth a dozen ef it borough ( 207 ) is the best of the series
to ...

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The Listener

Tel : 080 422 352 WEST DORSET Residential one week summer courses in
cabinet making , decoy duck carving , paper making and photography . ... Holiday
Camp A Christelweingarten Studios DI Paraham Trust - West Dorset B Church
Lane Stained Glass Studio D 2 Peak Walks B ... children the choice of a dozen
different daily activities , from swimming to tennis , drama to football and athletics
to art .

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Illustrated Sporting Dramatic News

He used to keep wicket for Dorsetshire , and though a little unlucky not to get into
the XI . at Woolwich in 1914 , he was one of ... Altogether it was interesting , if a
moderate , send - off , most of the cheers of the locals being exhausted on the
series of half a dozen balloons which sailed away ... H. D. Montague , who
walked as fast and fairly as ever , when winning the Mile Walk , and who also
won the High ...

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Dramatics

Try to Equity summer theatre in Dorset , Vermont 45 characters , their method of
working , and avoid blowups . ... Most problems can be The Institute of Outdoor
Drama will 4 . ... you can at more than a dozen outdoor drama in summer stock .
... same address . way up out of the grunt work and into a walk , go for a swim , or
just walk away For more information about theme positions of more responsibility
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New Scientist

The English are famous for being excited by small pleasures , especially by the
seaside : a walk along the front , a sandcastle ... A lighthouse beam stabbed out
from the Dorset coast . ... Half a dozen people ... They may have blown the
moment away , but it couldn't really detract from our cloud - choreographed
drama .

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The Spectator

STRICKLAND cannot be bottled off and served out by the dozen as SATURDAY ,
FOUR O'CLOCK . choice spirits ! but , as ... nature , SATURDAY MORNINO . in
which she walks so gracefully . ... HENRY DAWSON day : it is an effective
melodrama , slightly constructed and hastily DAMER , Esq . , of Milton Abbey ,
Dorset . ... to reason by his reappearance under precisely the cirin sole
possession of the field for the “ legitimate drama " ; but what cumstances that
attended his departure .

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The Illustrated sporting dramatic news

Proprietors of Aldridge ' s , St . Martin ' s - lane , of Gravel - walk Ensave much
wear in 14 . ... THESE PATENT GRAVEL - WALK METAL SCRAPER - MATS are
suitable for Full particulars shortly of Messrs . ... On Demand , 5 40s . per Dozen .

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The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet Mary
Cowden Clarke. jii . 3 iii . 3 iv . ... 4 doomed for a certain term to walk ...... Hannlei ,
i ... 1 and lady marquis Dorset ; will these V. 2 whose double bosoms seem iv . 4
against his ... Coriolanus , li . a dozen captains stay at door for you ii . 4 and dote
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The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Author: Mary Cowden Clarke

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