Forty Years in a Moorland Parish

@article{FortyYI,
  title={Forty Years in a Moorland Parish},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={44},
  pages={122-123}
}
  • Nature
THE moorland parish of which Dr. Atkinson writes is the parish of Danby, which lies among the Cleveland Hills, some miles inland from Whitby. Here he has worked as a clergyman for forty-five years. To a man of narrow sympathies and little intellectual curiosity the position might have been trying enough; but in the life of the people, in the aspects of Nature, and in local problems appealing to the antiquary and the historian, Dr. Atkinson has found sources of interest which have never lost… Expand
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