Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal (1881) Volume VI

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Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal

Volume 6 of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal was published in 1881.

Contents

  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Osdogcross
  • Note on the Inscribed Stone at Wensley — Rev. D.H. Haigh
  • On an Inscribed Stone Found at Yarm — Rev. D.H. Haigh
  • The Late Rev. Daniel Henry Haigh — Rev. J.T. Fowler
  • Abstracts of Old Deeds — Charles Jackson
  • Extracts from Dodsworth's MSS. Relating to Brighouse, Clifton, Kirklees, and Hartshead, in the Wapentake of Morley — George J. Armytage
  • Monumental Inscriptions: St. Olswald's Church, Guiseley, Yorkshire — George J. Armytage
  • Letters of the Yorkshire Commissioners of Sequestrations, &c., to Cromwell 1655-6 — Sir George Duckett
  • Knaresborough Castle — George T. Clark
  • Observations of Some Moated Mounds in Yorkshire — George T. Clark
  • Charters of the Priory of Swine in Holderness — Sir George Duckett
  • On the Discovery of Chipped Flints Beneath the Peat on the Yorkshire Moors, Near Halifax — James W. Davis
  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Barkeston
  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Aggebrig
  • Marske, in Swaledale — Rev. Canon James Raine
  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Morlay
  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Skyrax
  • Rolls of the Collectors in the West Riding of Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Wapentake of Clarrowe
  • Wentworth Woodhouse and its Owners — Rev. Alfred Gatty
  • The Register of Baptisms in York Minster — R.H. Skaife
  • The Friar Preachers, or Black Friars of York — Rev. C.F.R. Palmer
  • Arms of Aldeburgh, or Aldborough — Sir George Duckett
  • Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes: Aggbrig — Alfred S. Ellis

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