Compare this with Cordeaux's notes of another goldcrest immigration, this time to the Lincolnshire coast .
He was the only child of a doctor in a Lincolnshire country town.
Benjamin Huntsman, a native of Lincolnshire, England, was the inventor of cast steel.
Mr. Redin was an Englishman from Lincolnshire, who had come to America about 1817.
The highest death-rate was in Lincolnshire, 12 per 1000 on the annual average of 1859 and 1860 (995 deaths in the two years).
The sudden flowing of the sea, called in the fens of Lincolnshire, acker.
He answered me in plain English, that he understood me, and was himself born in Wisbech, in Lincolnshire.
Was Miss Arabella—were there any young people in the old Lincolnshire house?
The surface of Lincolnshire is generally a large plain, small portions of which are slightly below the level of the sea.
There you go again, Dick; not so good as Lincolnshire coast, I suppose?