[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]


'The Squib' : an Epistle from a Gentleman in the Country to his Friend in Town, 1743. Isle of Man. 4to. pp. 24. Not in Library.

'The English Traveller.' Man. pp. 189-205. 1746. Not in Library.

A Description of the Isle of Man, with a new and correct Map. In London Mag. Jan. 1754. Man. pp. 7-8, 485-6, 521. [3030, L 6 fol.]

MARTIN (Benjamin). The Natural History of England, or Description of each particular County. 2 vols. Maps and plates. 1759. Isle of Man pp. 387-392. Not in Library.

" The Annual Register." A description of the Isle of Man, 1766. Not in Library.

Account of Isle of Man by 'Monensis.' Lloyd's Evening Post, June 19, 1769. Not in Library.

ENTICK (Rev. John). An Historical and Geographical Description of the British Empire, and improved by James Webster of Heaton, Yorkshire. N.D. [c. 1770]. Not in Library.

The Town and Country Magazine. 1774. Man described. p. 396. Not in Library.

COOKE (George Alexander). Topographical and Statistical Description of the British Isles, viz., Isle of Wight, Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, Scilly, Man, &c. London. N.D. pp. 143. Not in Library.

A Description of England and Wales, containing a particular Account of each County. London 1769. Isle of Man vol. iii. Not in Library.

The Isle of Man. In The Curiosities, Natural and Artificial, of the Island of Great Britain, carefully displayed. vol. 5. London. 1770. pp. 147-158. [4059, G.W.W. Coll.]

The Isle of Man described. In Town and Country Mag. Aug. 1774. [3030, L 6 fol.]

An Historical Account of the Isle of Man, with engraving of Castle Rushen. In Univ. Mag. Sept. 1775, and Lond.Mag. Oct. 1775. [3030, L 6 fol.]

The Cumberland Magazine for 1778. Man pp. 144, 192, 413-4. [24481

DEFOE (D.) and RICHARD SON. Tour through the Island of Great Britain. Dublin, 1779. 9th edn. 4 vols. Isle of Man, vol. iv. Not in Library.

Modern Universal British Traveller, 1779. Man, p. 813-15. Not in Library.

CRUTTWELL (Rev. C.). A / Tour / through the Island of / Great Britain. / Divided into / Circuits and journeys. / . . . Originally begun by the celebrated Daniel De Foe/ . . . . 4 vols. Dublin: D. Chamberlaine etc. 1779. [2438, G.W.W. Coll. F65]
Man pp. 246-252 in vol. iv. This is the ninth edition. Editions vere also issued in 1801 and 1806.

Account of a Tour through the Isle of Man by Albert. In Univ. Mag. Jan. 1785. [3030, L 6 fol.]

GROSE (Francis, F.A.S.). The Olio : being a collection of Essays, Dialogues, Letters, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc. London, 1792. Man pp. 293-4. Not in Library.

HUTCHINSON (William). History and Antiquities of Cumberland. 2 vols. 1794. Not in Library.

ROBERTSON (David). The British Tourists; or Traveller's Companion. Man pp. 87-136. vol. v. Ed. by William Mavor, LL.D. 1798. 138x70. [2446, F 65]

Keep up your spirits; or Huzza for the Empire! ! By a Citizen of the Isle of Man. Dublin. 1799. 8vo. pp. 27. Not in Library.

BRI TTON AND BRAYLEY . Beauties of England and Wales. Man, pp. 248-290. vol. iii. Engr. of Douglas. 1801-16. [892, G.F.C. Coll.]

A Sketch of the State of Manners, and of the present Condition of the Isle of Man, in a Letter from an Artist, who lately passed a few Months there . . . . dated 10th May, 1802. In Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Nov. and Dec. 1802, pp. 675-681, 729-733, and in Monthly Mag.,Sept. 1802. 210x130. [6181, F 65]
An unbiassed account, containing out-of-the-way details the Legislature, the law, the clergy, the herring fishery, John Stowell the poet, the dwellings, scenery, Manx language and ballads and, finally, the difficulty in getting to know the people. Very rare. The author is believed to be W. H. Watts, an artist, who was for a short period Drawing Master at King William's College, and who produced some brilliant lithographed pictures of Manx scenery which are now unfortunately rare.

WAKEFIELD (Priscilla). Family Tour through the British Empire . . . . London: Darton & Harvey. 1804. [2432, F 65]
Man pp. 201-212.

RUTLAND (Duke of). Journal / of / A Tour / through / North and South Wales, / the / Isle of Man, / &c., &c. London: J. Triphook. 1805. pp. v,391. 232x137. [917, G.F.C. Coll, F65]
Man : pp. 238-268, 283-302. The tour was taken from 11th to 15th September, 1797, and records some quaint incidents. Rare.

RYLEY (S. W.). The Itinerant, or Memories of an Actor. 3 vols. London: Taylor & Hessey. 1808. 162x95. [2451, G.W.W. Coll. F65]
Man : pp. 219-289, vol. iii. A very original and amusing account of the visit of an actor to Douglas and Peel.

Pinkerton's General Collection of Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World. 16 vols. London, 1809.
Contains Robertson's Tour in vol. ii, with a plate of Tynwald Hill, Not in Library.

JEFFERYS (Nathaniel, M.P.). A Descriptive and Historical Account of the Isle of Man: with a view of its Society, Manners and Customs, etc. Newcastle-on-Tyne. 1808. Map.

BORUWLASKI (Count). Memoirs of Count Boruwlaski, containing a Sketch of his Travels, with an Account of his Reception at the different Courts of Europe, etc., etc. Durham: Francis Humble & Co. 1820. pp. xi,391. 212x134. [2816, F 65]
Isle of Man pp. 327-348. There is a humorous account of a duel which took place as the result of a quarrel at a Douglas dinner.

' Kaleidoscope.' Vol. ii. Trip to the Isle of Man. 1822. Includes notice of 'Buck' Kewin, the artist. Not in Library.

HULBERT (C.). Nature's Beauties and Wonders Displayed, in Shrewsbury, Hawkstone Park, Runcorn, Halton, and the Isle of Man. . . . London: W. Baynes & Son. N.D. [1822] pp. xii,92. 156x90. [920, G.F.C. Coll. F65]
Man pp. 25-42, 91-2. The author, who has something original to say, visited Man in May, 1820. The book is rare.

THOMPSON (George). The / Sentimental Gleaner, / from / Esk Bank Academy / to / The Isle of Man, retrograding to / Penrith. Cumberland, via Whitehaven. By George Thompson. Penrith : Printed for the author by J. Brown. 1823. pp. vi,229. 180x108. [905, G.F.C. Coll. F65]

M. L. L. Gleanings / of a / Tour in North Wales, / from the / Great Orms Head, / through / Abergele, ; St. Asaph, Holywell, and Chester, / to the / Isle of Man, /with topographical remarks. By M. L. L. Liverpool: W. Bethel]. 1824. pp. 54. 177x100. [2452, G.W.W. Coll. F65]

G. H. The 'Gentleman's Magazine, July-Dec. 1825. [2436, F 65]
Account of Man by G. H Rosegill, Westmoreland, pp. 99-103 ; also p. 460.

Douglas, Ile de Man. Par un Voyageur Francais. 1825. Douglas: G. Jefferson. 8vo. pp. 8. Not in Library.

Ashe's Manx Sketch Book, 1825.

The Isle of Man. In Dumfries Monthly Mag., Oct. 1825. pp. 336-9. [3862, F 65]

HOWARD (T.). An Eighteen Years' Residence on the Isle of Man. Sm. 8vo.
The publication of this was advertised in 'Manx Sun' of 23rd September, 1828, but no copy has been recorded.

BENNET (William). Sketches of the Isle of Man. By a Tourist. London: Simpkins & Marshall. 1829. pp. xii,130. 150x90. [2455, G.W.W. Coll. F65]
Rare. The author is known to be William Bennet of Wester Duddingston, Co. of Edinburgh.

MACKY (J.). Journey through England in Familiar Letters. 3 vols. 1829-32. [2442, F 65]
Man pp. 250-276, vol. ii.

LEWIS (Samuel). A Topographical Dictionary of England. 4 vols. Man, vol. 3, pp., 213-233.

MARKHAM (Mrs.). Conversations on the History of the Isle of Man. In Markham's Children's Friend, 1832. pp. 117-151. [901, F 65]

WELCH (John). A Six Days' Tour through the Isle of Man; or, A Passing View of its Present Natural, Social, and Political Aspect. By a Stranger. Comes jucundus in via pro vehiculo est. Douglas: John Dillon. Printers D. Marples & Co., Liverpool. 1836. pp. v,183. Map. 170x 108. [2460, F 65]
The author, who was an eminent architect, dedicated the book to Sir William Hillary. The full-page plates are of exceptional interest, two of which at least, Peel Bay and Bishopscourt, are from drawings by the author. They are from stone by A. Picken. A number of public buildings, including K.W. College, the Smelt Memorial in Castle±own, and the Tower of Refuge, were designed by the author,

TEIGNMOUTH (Lord). Sketches of the Coasts and Islands of Scotland and of the Isle of Man; description of the scenery, etc. In 2 vols. London: John W. Parker. 1836. pp. xx,322 ; vii,426. Map. Eng. by Walker. 198x120. [2484, G.W.W. Coll. F65]
Man, vol. ii, pp. 181-281.

HEAD (Sir George). A Home Tour through various parts of the United Kingdom. Man pp. 1-91. London: John Murray. 1837. Map. J. & C. Walker litho.[888, G.F.C. Coll. F 65]

McCULLOCH (J. R.). A Statistical Account of the British Empire, etc. 2 vols. 1837. [2462, F 65] Man pp. 234-6, 276-7, vol. i.

KELLY (Robert James). Sketches in the Isle of Man. Breathes there a man, with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said 'This is my own, my native land !' London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Printer: Peter Curphey, Manx Sun Office. 1844. pp. iv,124. 180x107. [2456]
Dedicated to Edward Moore Gawne. Special copy with maps and plates. G.W.W. Coll.

W. S. L. At Mona - Among the Manx Folk. N.D. [c. 1845] pp. 4. 240x194. [3985, F 65]

BOWRING (John, LL.D., M.P.). Free Trade Recollections: Isle of Man. In Howitt's Journal, 30th Jan., 1847. Not in Library.

PLATT (Dr. J.) Letters from the Isle of Man in 1846. London: Saunders & Otley. 1847. pp. iv,147. 198x120. [908, G.F.C. Coll. F65]

A Trip to the Isle of Man, made in the Summer of '47. By a Student of the Law, a minor. Carnarvon : H. Humphreys. 1847. pp. 44. Engr. plates of Douglas, Ramsey, Peel Castle. 159x102. 2/6.[4325, G.W.W. Coll. F65]

R. R. Parley's Juvenile Tales, selected from Peter Parley's Annual: An Excursion through Mona, &c. pp. 289-295. London: J. S. Lingham. 1848. Illus. [900, F 65]

'Notes and Queries.' Numerous references to Manx subjects. 1849 (continued). Portions only in Library.

W. A. [Allingham, William.] A Letter from Mona. In People's and Howitt's Journal. 1849. [5850, F 65]
Woodcut of Tynwald Ceremony.

JOHNSON (Colonel). A Brief Sketch of the Isle of Man, showing its advantages as a Retreat to Visitors and place of residence to Strangers. By Col. Johnson. 2nd edn. Douglas : Robert Fargher. 1851. pp. 16. Map and illus. 175x107. [4060, G.W.W. Coll. F65]
The author lived at Castletown. His tall military figure is shown on a large engraving of Castle Rushen along with the stout but small figure of Parson Parsons.

PAGE (Rev. Gregory A.). Account of the Wreck and Explosion of the Brig 'Lily' at Kitterland, Isle of Man to which is added a poem on the subject. Douglas Mary A. Quiggin, 52 North-quay. 1852. pp. 36. 160x90. 3d. [4893]
The author was a Wesleyan minister serving at Castletown.

DENDY (Walter Cooper). The Beautiful Islets of Britaine. London: Longman Brown. 1857. Illus. and map. [2265, F 65] .
Man pp. 79-110. A second edition in 1860.

Isle of Man, The. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine. New ser. vol. xxiv, pp. 539-546, 593-601, 658-666, 710-720. 1857. Not in Library.

[HOLMES . . . .] Ellan Vannin : / A Journal / of a / Tour in the Isle of Mann, / in / The Olden Time, / by / A School Boy. . . . Liverpool: Printed for the Douglas Bazaar by Egerton Smith & Co. 1857. pp. 12. [5653, W.C. Coll. F65]
The only copy known The Journal was from 6th to 28th Oct., 1805.

GILL (Rev. William, Vicar of K. Malew). Our Island Home: a lecture given in Douglas on 20th April, 1859. In Mx Sun, 23rd April, 1859,

COOKSON (Elizabeth). Letters from Manx Land. In Douglas Middle School Magazine. vol. i, 1860.[5750, L6]

DEMOCRITUS . Four Months' Residence in the Isle of Man; or, the Adventures of a Gentleman who could not keep his eyes shut : a satire in verse. M. Hld. N.D. [c. 1850] pp. 12. [3416, G.W.W. Coll. F65]

STOWELL (Rev. H. A.). The Zoologist. January, 1862. Chit-chat on the Isle of Man, with notes on the Natural History, and a List of Entomology. Son of Canon Stowell. Not in Library.

JOHNSON (Colonel). A Sketch of the Isle of Man, an unrivalled Watering Place. Liverpool: Harris & Co. 1862. pp. 30. Map. 117x70. [4020, F 65]

Borrow Ballads in the Isle of Man. In Once a Week. 1862. p. 37. Not in Library.

A Month with Mona. In Nat. Mag. 1862.[3030, L 6 fol.]

THWAITES (William). Isle of Man: its Civil and Ecclesiastical History, Antiquities, Botany, Zoology, Geology, etc. Sheffield. 1863.

PEACOCK (William F.). The Manx Table-Book and Keepsake : curious, interesting, amusing and instructive Memoranda of the Isle of Man in times past and present. Manchester. 1863.

STOWELL (Miss Bellanne). Manxland : a tale, with an introductory sketch of Manx Home Missions. London James Nisbet. 1863. pp. viii,199. 173x114. [1854]
Sketches : Cronk-y-Voddy Chapel, Foxdale Mines, Grenaby School, Laxey Chapel - all from Miss Ferrier's pencil.

A Tight Little Island. In All the Year Round (conducted by Charles Dickens). Dec. 20, 1866. pp. 12-16. [1631, G.F.C. Coll. F63]

A Peep at Kirk Maughold. In Once a Week. p. 437. 1867. Not in Library.

Queen Victoria: Leaves from the journal of Our Life in the Highlands, from 1848 to 1861. Man p. 48. London Smith, Elder. 1868. [2467, F 651

DEVERE (Captain W. C., R.N.). A Visit to the Isle of Man. In The Month. May, pp. 477-484; June, pp. 551-560. 1868. [2464, F 65]

The Isle of Man. In Christ. Misc. 1869, pp. 336-9. View of Douglas. [1630, F 65]

BRIERLEY (Ben.) Ab-o'-th'-Yate at the Isle of Man. From his own goosequill. Reprinted from Ben. Brierley's Journal. Manchester: John Heywood. N.D. [c. 1870] pp. 39. 167x100. 3d. [3080, F 65]

WESTROPP (H.). In Jour. Anthrop. Inst. vol. ii. 1872. Not in Library.

Island Scenery: , The Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, and the British Islands. London: James B. Knapp. N.D. [c. 18751 [2472, F 65]
There are nine pleasing woodcuts.

BRADBURY (Edward). Manxland. In Mag of Art, pp. 54-57. [Five Woodcuts from sketches by W. H. J. Boot.] c. 1877. [5625, F 65]

ROBINSON (Henry Crabb). Wordsworth in the Isle of Man, 1833. In Barrovian. April 1880. pp. 36-38. [3084, F 65]

A Day or Two in the Isle of Man. In Chamber's Jour. 11th June, 1881. [3031, L 6 fol.]

Sketches in the Isle of Man, with many woodcuts by Montbard. In Ill. Lon. News, 10th Sept. and 8th Oct., 1881. [3031, L6 fol.]

RECLUS (Elisée). The Isle of Man. In 'The Earth and its inhabitants.' vol. iv, pp. 299-301. New York. 1882. Not in Library.

COOK (Joel). England picturesque and descriptive. Man pp. 59-64. With five illus. Philadelphia, 1882. Not in Library.

BORE (Henry). Roundabout Rambles in the Isle of Man. Illus. Birmingham. 1883. pp. 36. [F65/1] Not in Library.

Robin y Ree. In All the Year Round. 1884. Not in Library.

Manxland People, by Magister Monensis. In Cassell's Fam. Mag. April 1884. [3031, L 6 fol.]

SIMS (George R., Dagonet). Manxland. Reprinted from The Referee. B. & S. c. 1885. pp. 8. 181x116. [5139, F 65]

AUSTIN (Frederick J.). Manxland and Manx lore. In London .Society, vol. 1, pp. 169-184. 1886. Not in Library.

A Tight Little Island. In All the Year Round. Dec. 29, 1866. [3030, L 6 fold

RHYS (John). Why I visited Manx Mona. In Manx Note Book, 1887. pp. 61-66.

MOORE (Rev. Philip). The Advantages of a Residence in the Isle of Mann in 1773. In Mx Note Book, iii, p.189.1887. [ L6]

ROBINSON (Henry Crabb). Extracts from his Diary relative to the Isle of Man. In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 145-6. 1887. [L 6]
Robinson visited the Island in 1833 with the poet Wordsworth.

WHEATLEY (Richard). Home Rule in the Isle of Man. In Harper's Mag., 1887. pp. 513-520. Illus. by woodcuts. [4970, F 65]

CONWAY (Charles). A Jolly Holiday in a Jolly Island the Adventures of Four Young Men. Manchester: Abel Heywood. 1887. p. 48. Illus. 181x120. [4578, F 65]

Chronicles of the Isle of Man. In All the Year Round, 18th Feb., 1888. [3031, L6 fol.]

Manxland : its Laws and Customs. In Westminster Rev. Jan. 1888. pp. 29-39. [916, F 65]

A Banker's Holiday in the Isle of Man, by a Bank Manager. In Bankers' Mag. Aug. 1889. [3031, L 6 fol.]

CAINE (Sir Thomas Henry Hall). The Little Manx Nation. Dedicated to the Rev. T. E. Brown, M.A., from the Hawthorns, Keswick. June 1891. Ist edn. London William Heinemann. 1891. pp. iii,159. 190x120. [883, G.F.C. Coll. F65]

A Manxland Ramble, illus. by 12 woodcuts from drawings by Herbert Railton. In Ill. London News, 23rd April, 1892. [3031, L 6 fol. ]

Holiday Haunts : the Isle of Man. In Bow Bells, June 17th, 1892. [3031, L 6 fol.]

BRADBURY (Dr. John). The Isle of Man as we saw it. In Oldham Chron., 13th Aug., 1892. [1551]

TAYLOR (E., M.). In the Isle of Man. Cleckheaton, 1893.

CANNELL (W. J.). Off the Chickens. In Mx Wes. Ch. Record, i. p. 79. 1893.

MAHE DE LABOUR DONNAIS (A.) Count. Voyage dans I'Ile de Man. Paris, 1894. 8vo. pp. 245. Not in Library.

BARTON (Frank). Fair Mona's Isle. Prize story. Wigan, 1894. pp. 16.Not in Library.

WALTERS (Selsey). Little Home Rulers : Britain's Island States which rule themselves. In Lond. Mag. vol. xxix, pp. 686-692. Illus. 1894. [1632, F 65]

SIMS (George R.). Dagonet on Our Islands. Man pp. 101-147. London: Fisher Unwin. 1894. 158x108. [4807, F 65]

FARRELL (Dr. Richard). Beyond the Silver Streak in Manxland. Manchester: John Heywood. N.D. [ 1894] pp. 72. Illus. by sketches by the author. 180x120. [3577, F 65]

CAINE (Sir Thomas Henry Hall). Little Man Island. I.M.S.P. Co. 1894. pp. 50. Illus. 180x122. 3d. [890, 4663 F 65]
Various editions were issued by the Steam Packet Co.

Manxland in Spring, by R. Corlett Cowell. (Illus. by woodcuts and half-tone engravings.) In Wes. Meth. Mag. April 1894. [3031, L 6]

FORREST (Katherine A.). Manx Recollections Memorials of Eleanor Elliott. London: James Nisbet & Co. 1894. pp. xii,243. Plates: The Nunnery, Old St. Matthews. 180x117. [4365]
An interesting account of a notable Douglas lady. Other figures referred to are Nelly Brennan, Dr. Carpenter, Rev. Robert Brown, Lieut. G. H. Wood, Pierre Henry Joseph Baume, Parson Drury. The social and religious " life of Douglas is intimately described.

[?GREGORY (Rev. J. Robinson).] Manxland and 'The Manxman.' In Lon. Quar. Rev., Jan. 1895. pp. 304-322. [3318, F 65]

NOBLE (James Ashcroft). Cumberland, the Isle of Man, and Hall Caine. In Atalanta, March 1895. pp. 355-363.Illus. [4754, F 65]

In Manxland ; by E. Rimbault Dibdin, with six woodcuts from sketches by Herbert Railton. In Mag. of Art, Mar.1895, [3031, L 6 fol.]

The Manx Mystery: a Cycling Experience in the Isle of Man; by T. D. Dickson. In Outing (New York). Mar. 1895. [3031, L 6 fol.]

A Holiday in Manxland, by John Foster Fraser. Illus. by Davenport Bates. In Windsor Mag., Aug. 1895. [3031, L 6]

The London Quarterly Review and Manxland : a reply to a Reviewer by Rev. R. Corlett Cowell. In Meth. Recorder, 1895. [3031, L 6 fol.]

IZANT (Frederick). Manx Scenery: a description of the mountains, glens, rivers and coasts best worth visiting. London: R. E. Taylor & Son. 1895. pp. 41. Illus. and map by Philips. 181x135. 1/-. [898, F 65]
Second edition in 1896, pp. 64.

Some Pen and Pencil Sketches in the Isle of Man; i, by Mona Kennaugh ; ii and iii, by E. A. Moffatt. In Hand and Heart, Jan., June and July, 1896. [3031, L 6]

WOODMAN (T. C., LL.D.). The Isle of Man: a literary sketch. Brighton : H. & L. Treacher. 1897. pp. 35. 180x100. [918, F 65]

KELLETT (J. D.) and MORTON (C. J.). A Midnight Ride to Snaefell. Herald Office. 1897. pp. 12. 130x97. [4788, F 65]

ANTHONY (R.). Considerations anatomiques sur la région sacro-candale dune chatte appartenant å la race ditte " anoure" de file de Man. Sociétë d' Anthropologie de Paris. Bulletins. Série 4, vol. x, p. 303-310. Paris 1899. 8vo. Not in Library.

Mate's Illustrated Guide: The Isle of Man Illustrated. A Literary, Historical and Pictorial Souvenir (by Rev. J. Quine). Bournemouth, 1899.

Manxland in Winter. In Chamber's Journal, vol. lxxvii, pp. 207-208. Not in Library.

LEECE (Joseph Edward). Tynwald Day. Herald Office.N.D. [c. 1900] pp. 16. Illus. 210x138. [5602, F65]

STOWELL (Flaxney). Castletown a Hundred Years Ago, by Flaxney. Douglas: Cubbon & Lightfoot. 1902. pp. vii,76. 190x130. [4366, F 65]
Portrait of the author and three sketches by Flaxney Stowell, junr.

TOWSE (Addison). A Yorkshire Journalist's Experiences in and Impressions of Manxland. S.K.B. & Co. 1902. pp. 10. 218x136. [3408, F 65]

WARD (Hon. James Kewley). The Isle of Man, its History - the Character and Habits of its People. A paper read before the Montreal Celtic Society. S.K.B. & Co. 1902. pp. 23. Illus. 181x120. [1628, F 65]
A native of Peel who became a Senator in the Canadian Parliament.

Account of the Visit of King Edward and Queen Alexandra, 1902. S.K.B. & Co. 1902. pp. 68. Illus. 183x115. 3d. [3785, F 65]

NORRIS (Samuel). Manxland's Home-Rule Parliament. Douglas, 1903. pp. 36.

BACON (John M., F.R.A.S.). My Visit to Manxland. In Leisure Hour, May 1903. pp. 531-538. [4770, F 65]

MARTIN (H. C.). The Isle of Man and its beauty spots. Manchester Geographical Soc. Journal, vol. xx, pp. 63-73, 1904. Not in Library.

THOMAS (Katherine Elwes). Markets and Myths of Manxland. In Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 1906. vol. xxxxvii, pp. 353-362. 9 Illus. Not in Library.

QUAYLE (Bishop William A., of Chicago). The Prairie and the Sea. Cincinnati, U.S.A. Jennings & Graham. 1906. pp. 342. 228x160.
A charmingly written book dealing with Nature, in which there are many references to and illustrations of Manx scenery. The author was the son of parents belonging to Kirk Arbory.

LABARRE (E. J.). In Manxland. In Godelinde-Blad, Aug. 1908. pp. 88-95. Illus. [219, F 65]

HERBERT (Agnes). The Isle of Man described by Agnes Herbert, with foreword by A. W. Moore, C.V.O., M.A., Speaker of the House of Keys, and 32 colour plates by Donald Maxwell. London: John Lane. 1909. pp. xvi,270. 215x135. [2470, F 65]
Has an ALS from the author to G. W. Wood.
A second edition was published in 1925 with sixteen plates.

CAINE (W. Ralph Hall). Isle of Man. With 20 illustrations by A. Heaton Cooper. 2 Maps. London A. & B. Black. 1909. pp. xvi,240. 220x155. [2471, F65]

MORRIS (Joseph E.). The Isle of Man. In Black's Beautiful Britain series. 12 coloured plates by A. Heaton Cooper. London: A. & C. Black. 1911. pp. 64. 220x 155. [2473, F 65]

HERBERT (Agnes). The Lil' Islan'. In Isle of Man Holiday Tours and Sea Excursions Season. Douglas, 1912. pp. 94.

CUBBON (William). One Hundred Years Ago: References to events recorded in the Manx Press. In Mx Quar. No. 13, 1913. [L 6]

KNEEN (John J.). Old Quirk the Antiquary. In Mx Quar., No. 13, 1913. [L 6]

SHIMMIN (Christopher R., M.H.K.) The Smuggler. In Mannin, pp. 41-48. 1913. [L 6]

CUBBON (W.). From Przemysl to Douglas. In Mx Quar., Feb. 1916.

RALFE (Pilcher G.). Manx Coast Sketches (illus.) i, Between Fleshwick and Dalby; ii, The Coast of the Southern Lowlands; iii. Port St. Mary to Port Erin. In Mannin, pp. 81-86, 139-148, 347-353, 399-406, 534-540.1916. [L6]

BORROW (George). An Expedition to the Isle of Man in the Year 1855. A hitherto unpublished Diary by George Borrow. Douglas: Privately printed for the Manx Society by Louis G. Meyer. 1915. pp. 38. 219x140. [1416, L6]
The cover has this inscription : 'Miss Sophia Morrison, 'with Clement Shorter's kind regards, March xi. Of 'this pamphlet 12 copies had been printed, of which this 'is No l. Clement Shorter.' This pamphlet has been beautifully bound in half morocco g.e. One of the twelve has been listed by Quaritch at £15. Gift of Misses Morrison. The account of Borrow appeared in 'Mannin' ii, 1914.

FARRANT (Reginald D., Deemster). 'Orry.' In Ellan Vannin Mag., 2, June 1924. [L.6]

TEARE (A. H., M.H.K.). The Story of Manxland : a broadcast address. In I.M.T., 19th Sept., 1925. [4920]

SMITHSON (Annie M. P.). In Ruin Beautiful. In Irish Rosary. Christmas 1925. pp. 894-9. [5094, F 65]
Refers chiefly to Rushen Abbey.

HUTCHINSON (W. Innes). The Isle of Man as a Holiday Resort. In Sun at Home, June 1925. pp. 527-534. Illus. [4674, F 65]

MOON (Ambrose). Pleasure Island. In The New Era, (illus.), June 1925. [4677, F 65]

GRAY (Mrs. Edwin). Papers and Diaries of a York Family, 1764-1839. London : Sheldon Press. 1927. [5714, F 65]
Chap. xii - Tour in the Isle of Man in 1822, page 208, by Margaret Gray, aged 13 years and nine months.

CUBBON (William).. Castle Rushen in the XVI Century. In I.M.T. 24th Sept., 1927. [5623, F 65]

SASSENACH . When Seagulls Laugh: a breath from the Isle of Man. London: A. H. Stockwell. N.D. [1927] pp. 32. 180x125. 2/-. [5695, F 65]

BELL (Rev. Christopher, M.A.). Wild Honey from Manx Hedges. In Ellan Vannin Mag. 9, 1928.

DOUGLAS (Mona). Manx Coast Walks. In I.M.Ex. 11th May, 1928. [5793]

MEYRICK (W. A.). A Celtic Epitome. In S. Wales News, 20th July, 1928. [5829, F 65]

ROLSTON (Rev. William George). Memories of Old Times, by a Retired Rector. In Ry Courier, 1930-32. [6199, F 65]

LONGLEY (F. E.). Our Native Land, a picturesque ramble through the Three Kingdoms. Man pp. 35-8. Illus. [2469, F 65]

CANNELL (W. S., Los Angeles). Manxland's Place in History. In I.M.T., 4th April, 1931.

Notes and Queries in the Mona's Herald. Various dates, 1931-2. [6300, F 65]

DOUGLAS (Mona). Prose Pieces, taken from the Manx Press.

In Illustrated London News:
[All items are illustrated.]
1844-Destruction of King William's College by fire. 1847-The Herring Fishery.
1849-The Tynwald Court.
1852 (Dec) -Terrific explosion at the Calf of Man.
1856-Interesting Ceremony in the Isle of Man.
1857 (July 18) -The Tynwald Court : the reading of the new Acts.
1861 (Feb. 23) -The arrival in Douglas Harbour of His Excellency Governor Pigott.
1861-Villa Marina, Douglas, the seat of the Governor.
1865 (Feb. 11th) -Douglas Breakwater as damaged by the late storm.
1867 (April 20) -Election of members of the House of Keys.
1869-Port Erin: Prince Arthur's visit.
1871-Sketches in the Isle of Man.
1872-Opening of new Queen's Landing Pier at Douglas.
1878-Visit of Prince Leopold. Illumination of Douglas Bay.
1881- Fishermen's Cottages at Port St. Mary.
1881-Peel and Peel Castle.
1881 (Sept. 10) -Sketches in the Isle of Man.
1881 (Oct. 8)-Sketches in the Isle of Man.
1881 - Fisherman's Cottage in the Isle of Man.
1891 (Oct. 10)-Mr. Hall Caine's Mission to Russia.
1891-The late Rev. Rowley Hill.
1892-The Great Laxey Water Wheel.
1892 (April 23) - A Manxland Ramble. In Daily Graphic:
1890 (July 8) -The Annual Assembly at Tynwald.
„ (July 11)-The Opening of the Queen's Promenade.
„ (Oct. 27)-Masonic Ceremony at Douglas.
1892 (Nov. 17/18) --The Douglas Tragedy (George Cooper).
„ (Nov. 21) - Do.
„ (Nov. 22) - Do.
1893 (Dec. 15)-The New Governor, Sir West Ridgeway.
1900 (June 16) -The Dumbell Bank Prosecution.

See also:

'Household Words,' 21st May, 1893. 'Teachers' Aid,' 16th June, 1894.
'Golden Penny,' 4th July, 1896.
'Estates Gazette,' 21st May, 1898.
'Amat. Photographer,' 27th May, 1898.
'Ladies' Review,' 4th June, 1898.
'The Ludgate,' June 1898.
'Bicycling- News,' 28th Sept. 1898.
'Chambers' Journal,' 1st Sept. 1900.
' The Lady,' 13th Sept., B'00.
'Daily Express,' 4th July, 1901.
'Standard,' 18th July, 1906.
'Exch. and Mart,' 11th April, 1913. [3031, L 6 fol.]

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