3 edition of Rush-bearing found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alfred Burton.|
|LC Classifications||DA110 .B98 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 189 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||77016804|
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: CUMBRIA. Rush-Bearing, Ambleside; - - old print - antique print - vintage print - Cumbria art prints: Posters & Prints. Ardern in his edition of "An Illustrated Guide to Lymm and District" says that "Up to about a rushcart paraded the streets each Rushbearing drawn by grey horses" and that "Two troups of Morris Dancers paraded the village each Rushbearing Saturday until a.
The Rush-cart and the Rush-sheet have been the characteristic features of the Rushbearing, and the ob- jects of all the smart decoration which the ingenuity and taste of the people could devise. Mr Burton, in the afore-mentioned book, writes: ' South-east Lancashire was the home of the rush-cart.
Rushbearing is an old English ecclesiastical festival in which rushes are collected and carried to be strewn on the floor of the parish tradition dates back to the time when most buildings had earthen floors and rushes were used as a form of renewable floor covering for cleanliness and insulation.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Rush-bearing: an account of the old custom of strewing rushes; carrying rushes to church; the rush-cart; garlands in churches; morris-dancers; the wakes; the rush by Burton, AlfredPages: An account of the Fallowfield Rushcart was given by Annie C.
Williamson in her book about the township (). It was part of the Fallowfield Wakes celebrations and often included Robin Hood and Maid Marian seated on a pile of rushes heaped upon a farm cart. Standalone book in the Customs, Tradition genres.
Available fromAmazon. The practice of strewing rushes in church as a primitive carpet has long since passed into history but the rush-bearing tradition is still uph. An introduction to the history of the Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing Festival.
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Get this from a library. Rush-bearing: an account of the old custom of strewing rushes; carrying rushes to church; the rush-cart; garlands in churches; morris-dancers; the. Includes bibliographical references. Rush-bearing: an account of the old custom of strewing rushes; carrying rushes to church; the rush-cart; garlands in churches; morris-dancers; the wakes; the rush.
Rush-Bearing. The strewing of rushes on house and church floors largely died out in the early s. The purpose of the rushes was to provide warmth for the earthen and flag floors. They were replaced occasionally, with little thought given to cleanliness.
Grasmere celebrates its rushbearing festival currently in mid-July (it was formerly held on the Saturday nearest August 5th). Rushbearing is a ceremony whereby the floor rushes in church were renewed – the floor has been paved at Grasmere for .Antique Print: CUMBRIA.
Rush-Bearing, Ambleside. Caption below print: 'Rush-Bearing, Ambleside - This festivity is very similar to the one described by an old writer: "They cut hard rushes from the marsh, which they make up into long bundles, and then dress them in fine linen, silk ribands, flowers, etc."Manufacturer: Antiqua Print Gallery.Rush-bearing Alfred Burton.
Rush-bearing: an account of the old custom of strewing rushes carrying rushes to church the rush-cart garlands in churches morris-dancers the wakes the rush This book, "Rush-bearing", by Alfred Burton, is a replication of a book .