Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal (1877) Volume IV

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Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal

Volume 4 of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal was published in 1877.

Contents

  • Byland Abbey Exploration
  • The Defences of York
  • Leeds Old Pottery — Edward Bond
  • Sir Robert Swyft — Charles Jackson
  • Where Was Cambodunum? — Rev. Daniel Henry Haigh
  • Yorkshire Mints Under the Danish Kings — Rev. Daniel Henry Haigh
  • Harwood Evidences: Redman of Harwood and Levens — Sir George Duckett
  • Biographical Notes on the Yorkshire Tenants Named in Domesday Book — Alfred S. Ellis
  • On a Certificate of Non-Villenage — Edward Peacock, F.S.A.
  • Local Muniments
  • Subsidy Roll for York and Ainsty
  • A Memoir of John Carr, Esq., Formerly of York, Architect — Robert Davies, F.S.A.
  • Biographical Notes on the Yorkshire Tenants Named in Domesday Book (continued) — Alfred S. Ellis
  • On the St. Cuthbert Window in York Minster — Rev. J.T. Fowler, M.A., F.S.A.
  • Autobiographical Memoir of the Rev. Thomas Broughton — compiled by Charles Jackson
  • Biographical Notes on the Yorkshire Tenants Named in Domesday Book (continued) — Alfred S. Ellis
  • On Runic Inscriptions Discovered at Thornhill — Rev. Daniel Henry Haigh
  • Report Read and Adopted at the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Association Held at Huddersfield

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