2 edition of Dolly Pentreath, and other humorous Cornish tales, in verse found in the catalog.
Dolly Pentreath, and other humorous Cornish tales, in verse
|Statement||by the author of "Recreations in rhyme." With a port. of old Dolly. Devonport, W. Wood, 1854.|
|Contributions||Recreations in rhyme, Author of.|
|LC Classifications||PR5671.T82 D6 1854a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||74151128|
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Dorothy Pentreath (16 May [baptised] – 26 December ), known as Dolly, was the last known native speaker of the Cornish language. She is also the best-known of in verse book last fluent speakers of Cornish. Later years, death, and legacy. 3 Last Cornish speaker.
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Dolly Pentreath, and other humorous Cornish tales, in verse. Newcastle upon Tyne [England] F. Graham  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Trenhaile; Author of Recreations in rhyme.
Dolly Pentreath Memorial “Here lieth interred Dorothy Pentreath who died insaid to have been the last person who conversed in the ancient Cornish. The regular language of this county from the earliest records till it expired in the eighteenth century in this Parish of Saint Paul.
This stone is erected by the Prince Louise Bonaparte in Union with the Revd John Garret. Identifying the last native speaker of the Cornish language was a subject of academic interest in the 18th and 19th centuries, and continues to be a subject of interest today.
The traditional view that Dolly Pentreath () was the last native speaker of the language has been challenged by records of other candidates for the last native speaker, and additionally there are records of. THIS OBJECT IS PART OF THE PROJECT 'A HISTORY OF CORNWALL IN OBJECTS'.
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