Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1907) Volume XIX

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 19 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1907.


  • An Old Description of the Site of the Cistercian Abbey of Clairvaux — Rev. Canon J.T. Fowler
  • Acaster Malbis and the Fairfax Family — W. Paley Baildon
  • The Ethnology of West Yorkshire — John Beddge & Joseph H. Rowe
  • Two More Yorkshire Pardons, or Knaresborough Letters of Fraternity; with a North German Exorcism — Rev. Chr. Wordsworth
  • The Catterick Brass — William Brown
  • The Discipline of the Church — T.B. Whytehead
  • Burneston Hospital and Free School — H.B. McCall
  • A Paper Preserved in the Grammar School Chest at Guisborough — Rev. J.F. Williams
  • Names of Yorkshire Ex-Religious, 1573; Their Pensions and Subsidies to the Queen Thereon — T.M. Fallow
  • Gilling Castle — John Bilson
  • The Last Earl of Warenne and Surrey, and the Distribution of his Possessions — F. Royston Fairbank
  • Anglian and Anglo-Danish Sculpture in the North Riding of Yorkshire — W.G. Collingwood
  • Sculptured Stones at Wycliffe — H.D. Pritchett
  • The Hornes of Mexborough — J. Fletcher Horne
  • On a Sculptured Representation of Hell Cauldron, Recently Found at York — John Bilson
  • Evidence of Religious Beliefs of the Ancient Britons — J.R. Mortimer
  • Chantry at Wath by Ripon
  • Churchwardens' Accounts and Other Documents Relating to Howden — G.E. Weddall
  • Note of a British Chariot-Burial at Hunmanby, in East Yorkshire — T. Sheppard

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