Her introductions duly appeared in the bulky volumes of the Haworth Edition, and there, unfortunately, they lie buried.
It has no doubt interchanged with the local Howarth, Haworth.
The fact is, I had hoped to be able to ask you to come to Haworth.
So in October she returned to Haworth, to the only place where she was happy and well.
In 1820 the family removed to the parsonage of Haworth, and in 1821 the poor mother was dead.
As happy and hopeful a young woman as any that dwells in Haworth parish.
They all think in Haworth that I have disdainfully refused him.
I should say so, said Mr. Taylor; Mr. Haworth was exceedingly exact!
The brother of his wife was a clergyman living in the neighbourhood of Haworth.
He settled at Haworth, in Yorkshire, where Mr. Whitefield visited him.
Haworth Haw·orth (hou'ərth, härth), Sir Walter Norman. 1883-1950.
British biochemist. He shared a 1937 Nobel Prize for his research on carbohydrates and vitamin C.