Bryan I'Anson, The I'Anson Family History,
1915 (60 copies printed). Availability: British Library, London;
London Library, St James Sq., London.
Jenny C. I'Anson, The I'Anson Family,
(Pioneers Assoc. of S.A.), 1949. Availability: British Library, London.
Norman Penney, My Ancestors
James Janson, Quaker co-author of A Guide to
true peace , with William Backhouse.
William M. I'Anson, "Lass of Richmond Hill" in
Archeological Journal, 1924.
J.Coventry I'Anson, "Lass of Richmond Hill" in
Magazine, March 1904.
J.Fairfax-Blakeborough, Malton Memories and
I'Anson Triumphs, 1925.
J.Fairfax-Blakeborough, Northern Turf History,
?, Greenbank, Ch.4. (details pending)
Miles I'Anson, The Vision of Misery Hill: a
Legend of the Sierra Nevada and Miscellaneous Verse (NY and London;
G.P.Putnam's Sons, 1891) : DEDICATION:
To my fellow miners of California and the Pacific Coast I inscribe this
little book of verse in memory of Auld Lang Syne and the land that hath
so glamoured us; for though the themes herein are few that touch your peculiar
life and environment, they were born of the high Sierras, and the desert
solitudes near and far, during the arduous years and lonely hours of a
goldseeker's life. Not in self-confidence, however, does the writer present
these desultory utterances to you, but conscious how little of worth there
is here to warrant the offering - how little indeed of aught to portray
such an experience and communion with Nature. The writer has no thought
of touching any popular chord in these conceits, nor hope beyond pleasing
a few here and there; and so "With a heart for any fate", as befits the
Prospector, whatever of adverse judgement or of failure may greet this
venture, will fall lightly upon him, as upon one inured to long-familiar
loads. (Newark, New Jersey. June, 1891.) THIS BOOK
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