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Books about Amcotts:
Letters [Written by A. Nowell, Sir W. Amcotts-Ingilby and S. Tempest, Relating to the Case Rex V Nowell, Publ.... by 2nd Bart )., Alexander Nowell (of Wimpole St ). and William Amcotts- Ingilby (Sir (Jan 19, 2012)
Lurline: A Romantic Extravaganza, Founded On A Legend Of The Rhine (1868) by Amcotts, Vincent published by Kessinger... (Sep 10, 2010)
[ Weston Cracroft Amcotts ] By Apostolis, Dismas Reinald ( Author ) [ 2012 ) [ Paperback ] by Dismas Reinald Apostolis (Feb 29, 2012)
Feu-Follet. The Will o' the Wisp. Ariette, words and music by Vincent Amcotts by Vincent Amcotts (1880)
Corydon. Song [begins: " Ah! Corydon " ] written by V. Amcotts by Charles George Cotsford Dick (1880)
Ariel. Song [begins: " A Spirit came to me " ]. Words by V. Amcotts by Mary Ann Virginia March (1870)
Oh! fair Seraph. Ballad, the poetry by V. Amcotts by Mary Ann Virginia March (1871)
Wiki information Amcotts:
Amcotts is a village and civil parish in the North Lincolnshire district of Lincolnshire, England, and on the Isle of Axholme. The village is situated north-west from Scunthorpe, and on the west bank of the River Trent facing Flixborough on the east...
Amcotts Moor Woman is the name given to bog body discovered in 1747 in a bog near Amcotts, Lincolnshire, England. Because little was known about preservation at the time, as well as over-sampling, only her left shoe has survived.