Now called Fenny Drayton; a little hamlet about five miles from Nuneaton, in a flat, though beautiful farming country.
She was for a time at a school at Nuneaton, and afterwards at Coventry.
Mr. John White, of Nuneaton, Warwickshire, erected a highly horrible scarecrow in a field.
Her father moved in 1841 from Griff, near Nuneaton, to Coventry.
Had we been more familiar with the roads of this country, we could have passed through Nuneaton without loss of time.
When "Adam Bede" came out, a resident of Nuneaton purchased a copy and at once discovered local earmarks.
But the confidence of the Nuneaton public in their hero Liggins was not to be so easily shaken.
Many men have written good books and never tasted fame; but few, like Liggins of Nuneaton, have become famous by doing nothing.
Bolton was said to have proved itself far from amateurish, and Nuneaton was spoken of as being distinctly promising.
Similar scenes were exhibited, and the same results followed at Macclesfield, Nuneaton, and Bedworth.