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Rambles among the hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs.

by Louis J. Jennings

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peak District (England),
  • Sussex (England) -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Louis J. Jennings.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.D42 J5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 301 p.
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23335000M
    LC Control Number03006249
    OCLC/WorldCa2102374

    The South Downs are a range of chalk hills that extends for about square miles ( km 2) across the south-eastern coastal counties of England from the Itchen Valley of Hampshire in the west to Beachy Head, in the Eastbourne Downland Estate, East Sussex, in the Downs are bounded on the northern side by a steep escarpment, from whose crest there are extensive views northwards. This is an excerpt from Chapter VII ("South Downs Villages") of Louis Jennings' Rambles among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs (), one of the popular books that Jennings wrote on returning to England after his time as editor of the New York Times (full details are given at the end). As a journalist, Jennings was as curious about the people he met as he was with the.

    Best Tea Shop Walks in the Peak District by Norman Buckley: Black Dog by Stephen Booth: British Regional Wildlife: Peak District by Paul Sterry: Bygone Days in the Peak District by Lindsey Porter: Colourful Britain: Peak District by Lindsey Porter: Dancing With the Virgins by Stephen Booth: Family Walks in South Derbyshire by Gordon Ottewell. Rambles Among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs () (external scan) The Millionaire: A Novel () (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3) Political Issues of the Nineteenth Century with Important Statistics, Drawn from the Most Authentic Sources () (external scan) Mr. Gladstone: A Study () (external scan).

      He was an active pedestrian, and published 'Field Paths and Green Lanes: being Country Walks, chiefly in Surrey and Sussex' ( &c. five editions), followed by 'Rambles among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs' (), with some charming wood-cuts after sketches by Mr. A. H. Hallam Murray. Peak District and Derbyshire Self Catering Accommodation. The Peak District National Park straddles Staffordshire and Derbyshire and offers a wealth of outdoor activities for the intrepid (and more sedate) explorer. Known as ‘The Peak District or ‘The Derbyshire Dales this is a beautiful region in which to take a short break or longer holiday.


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Some age toning throughout. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1. Full text of "Rambles Among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs" See other formats. Louis John Jennings (12 May – 9 February ) was an English journalist and Conservative politician.

Jennings was born in Walworth, London, the son of John Jennings, a tailor, and his wife Sarah ing a period with the Saturday Review, he joined The Times newspaper and between and was its special correspondent, first in India and, fromthe USA, where he was.

Rambles among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs With illustrations by A. Murray (; 24 images, 6 plates ; no maps) – Berkshire [ edit ].

Rambles among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs With illustrations by A. Murray (; 24 images, 6 plates; no maps) Illustrated Handbook to Bakewell & its vicinity.

A day in the Peak: being a brief description of Bakewell Church, Haddon Hall, and Chatsworth, etc (; 30 images, 3 plates; no maps). The Shadowed Hills by Audrey Howard. No recommendations yet. Tea Shop Walks In The Peak District Rambles among the hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs by Louis J.

Jennings. No recommendations yet. Walks About Tissington (Walks about the Peak District) The Shell Book of Exploring Britain by Garry Hogg. While the Peak bit of the area name refers to small English hills rather than great summits, there’s superb walking to be had on the Roaches and the gritstone escarpment of Stanage Edge, while Chatsworth, Tissington and Bakewell make attractive places to explore too.

Rambles among the hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs - L. Jennings () Records Of The Borough Of Chesterfield Being A Series Of Extracts From The Archives Of The Corporation Of Chesterfield, And Other Repositories - J Yeatman () vers The Peak District is reputedly the 2nd most visited National Park after Mount Fuji in Japan which is quite an impressive accolade.

Whilst the national park has no mountains of the stature of Mount Fuji it can boast some impressive hills, moors, outcrops, and gritstone edges with many having different characteristics, some being in the bleak gritstone moorland of the Dark Peak whilst others.

How to book. Important: Before booking, please make sure that the date you wish to book is not listed as already being fully booked in the "Latest booking news" section above. To book this walk, please e-mail us, using the walk name and date as the message subject.

In the body of your e-mail, please include the following information: Name of walk. This is a list of the hills of the Peak District of lie within the Peak District National Park, but others lie outside its list is sorted by absolute height, then by relative height.

Marilyns are marked in boldface. The top three are considered mountains as they are above 2, feet high. Rambles Among the Hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs by Louis John Jennings () " godwits and Redshanks.—To Poynings over the Downs.—The Devil's Dyke.—A Village out.

The Peak District is an upland area in England at the southern end of the is mostly in northern Derbyshire, but also includes parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, West Yorkshire, and South area of great diversity, it is mostly split into the Dark Peak, where most of the moorland is found and the geology is gritstone, and the limestone area of the White.

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[With plates.] by Herbert E. Julyan: South Downs (Batsford's Walking Guides) by Jilly Macleod: The South Downs National Park: An Archaeological Walking Guide (Archaeological Walking Guides) by John Manley. JENNINGS, Louis J. Rambles Among the Hills, in the Peak of Derbyshire and the South Downs.

London: John Murray, First edition, 8vo ( x mm.).All books set in South Downs on the global book map. We found 20 books set in South Downs and 4 others set nearby Rambles among the hills in the Peak of Derbyshire, and the South Downs by Louis J.

Jennings. No recommendations yet. Southdown Walks: 32 Downland Rambles from Brighton and Worthing by Colin Ulph. No recommendations yet. The.Walking is one of the most popular outdoor recreational activities in the United Kingdom, and within England and Wales there is a comprehensive network of rights of way that permits access to the countryside.

Furthermore, access to much uncultivated and unenclosed land has opened up since the enactment of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act In Scotland the ancient tradition of .