Bibliography

This list brings together all the bibliographies provided for individual studies or collections of resources. It contains details of Q’s sources and the references cited in the material presented on this site.

References Sources
Stephen & Lee (1917). Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Medical Training of Jonathan Couch: a study
Stone, N. (2019). Hungary. A Short History. London: Profile. The Scientific Thinking of Dr Thomas Quiller Couch: a study
Stoyle, M. (1994). Loyalty and Locality. Exeter: University of Exeter Press. The Splendid Spur: a study | Fort Amity: a study
Stubbs, J. (2006). Donne. The Reformed Soul. London: Viking. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study
Surtees, R.S. (1838). Jorrock's Jaunts and Jollities. The Ship of Stars: a study
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Thompson, W., Henderson, C. and Quiller-Couch, A. (1930). Cornwall A Survey of Its Coast, Moors, and Valleys, with Suggestions for the Preservation of Amenities. London: University of London Press Ltd. London: University of London Press. A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study
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Townsend, J. & S. (Eds.) (2000). Nonconformist Register of Cornwall. Public Records Office. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study
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Walton, I. (1847). Walton's Lives. London: SPCK. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | The Medical Training of Jonathan Couch: a study
Wedgwood, C.V. (1974). The King’s War. London: Collins. The Splendid Spur: a study
Wesley, J. (1761). A Plain Account of Genuine Christianity. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
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Whetter, J. (1998). Cornwall in the 13th Century. Gorran: Trelyspen. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study
Williams, J. (1862). Cornwall and Devon Mining Directory. London: Kent. The Philosophical Context of I Saw Three Ships: a study
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Wright, T. (2018). Paul. A Biography. London: SPCK. Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study
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