In Redcar, where he remained till September or October, he wrote no journal, but only the book.
This migration appears to have first been recorded from Redcar on the 13th of August.
Higher up there is golf at Redcar and Seaton Carew which none need despise.
James was one of nine children, all of whom he survived, with the exception of a sister who married a fisherman at Redcar.
As he was leaving, Redcar spoke to him in rather a sheepish way.
To recruit his strength he went to Redcar, where the bracing air of the German Ocean soon counteracted the ill effect of overwork.
In the first field, on the edge of the town, I saw what accounted to me for the lifelessness of Redcar—a cricket-match.