Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1900) Volume XV

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 15 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1900.

Contents

  • Monumental Brasses in the West Riding — Mill Stephenson
  • Journal in 1718-19 of John Warburton, F.R.S., F.S.A., Somerset Herald
  • Yorkshire Star Chamber Proceedings, Reign of Henry VII: No. III — W. Paley Baildon
  • Inventory of the Goods and Plate Belonging to the Chapel of St. Mary Upon the Bridge at Wakefield, in 1498 — John W. Walker
  • Towneley, Widkirk, or Wakefield Plays? — Matthew H. Peacock
  • Notes on Yorkshire Churches — Sir Stephen Glynne
  • English Rhyme in the Holderness Dialect, Written in 1392 — Rev. Prof. Skeat
  • The Blessing of the Episcopal Ornament Called the Pall — J. Wickham Legg
  • Extracts from the Registers of the Church of St. Mary, Castlegate, York — Robert H. Skaife
  • Yorkshire Deodands in the Reigns of Edward II and Edward III
  • The Old Painted Glass in Dewsbury Church — S.J. Chadwick
  • Extracts from the Visitation Books at York — Robert H. Skaife
  • The Cistercian Order — J.T. Micklethwaite
  • Fountains Abbey — W.H. St. John Hope
  • Derivation and Meaning of the Place-name Masthill — Rev. Canon Atkinson
  • Account Roll of Selby Abbey, 1397-8
  • Autobiography of Sir John Savile, of Methley, Knight, Baron of the Exchequer, 1546-1607 — J.W. Clay & John Lister
  • Gunderda de Warenne — Sir G.F. Duckett
  • The Plague in Yorkshire — S.J. Chadwick
  • Inventory of the Goods of Archbishop Alexander Neville, 1388

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