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A Month in Yorkshire
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A Month in Yorkshire

By Walter White

Chapman and Hall, London, 1858. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Rebound in quarter-leather with brown covers and darker brown spine, lightly rubbed sine-ends and corners, sound binding, foxing to prelims, bookplate for T N Brushfield on inside of front cover, clean pages with occasional light foxing. No dust-jacket. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021063..

$24.95

Documents Relating to the Foundation & Antiquities of the Collegiate Church of Middleham, In the County of York; With an Historical Introduction, & Incidental Notices of the Castle, Town & Neighbourhood. The Camden Society 1847
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Documents Relating to the Foundation & Antiquities of the Collegiate Church of Middleham, In the County of York; With an Historical Introduction, & Incidental Notices of the Castle, Town & Neighbourhood. The Camden Society 1847

By Rev. William Atthill

The Camden Society, printed by John Bowyer Nichols and Son, London, 1847. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Clean dark green covers with blind decoration on the front and rear covers and gilt lettering and decoration on the spine, sound binding, bequest plate on the inside of the front cover, clean pages. A small hole has been pushed through the front cover near to the lower edge and through most of the pages (possible made with the point of a compass). xxix, 112. Text is in English & Latin. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text are free from stamps. . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021056..

$16.81

The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. V (all parts) 1879
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The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. V (all parts) 1879

By Robert Davies, Joseph Hunter, W Stephenson, D H Haig etc

The Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association; printed by Bradbury, Agnew, and Co, London, 1879. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark red half-leather with banded spine and gilt lettering and simple decoration and small rubbed area on the front, red marbled end-papers, sound binding, clean pages. Includes black and white fold-out plate. Contents include: Roles of the Collectors in the West-Riding of the Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II, Wapentake of Strafforth; and Municipal Episode at York by Robert Davies; Memoirs of the Wilsons of Bromhead - Prefatory Letter to Wilson's Yorkshire Deeds, On the Origins Descent and Alliance ofthe Family of Wilson of Bromhead, On John Wilson's Collection of Charters etc., Schedule of Deeds Relating to Bromhead and the Wilsons by Joseph Hunter; On the Discovery of a Well in Beverley Minster by W Stephenson; On Yorkshire Dials; and Healaugh Tombstone - Additional Note; and Caer Ebrauc, The First City of Britain; and On Two Altars, dedicated to the Matres, in the York Museum by D H Haigh; Local Muniments by Chas. Jackson; On Monuments at Normanton with Genealogical Notes by Geo. W Tomlinson; Biographical Notes on Yorkshire Tenants Named in Domesday Book - the Under-Tenants by A S Ellis; On the East Window of Selby Abbey Church by James Fowler; On the West Riding Sessions Rolls by Fairless Barber; King James the Second's Proposed Repeal of the Penal Laws and Test Act in 1688, His Questions to the Magistracy and Corporations Touching the Same, with their answers thereto in the three Ridings of Yorkshire; and Report of the King's Agents as to Choice of Members for Yorkshire, York, Kingston-Upon-Hull, Knaresborough, Scarborough, Ripon, Richmond, Hedon, Boroughbridge, Malton, Thirsk,Aldborough, Beverley, Northallerton and Pontefract; and Lists of Officers in Colonel Darcy's Regiment and Lord Falconbridge's Troup in the North-Riding by Sir Geo. Duckett; etc. x, 550. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021058.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$74.06

Historia Rievallensis Containing the History of Kirkby Moorside, and an Account of the Most Important Places in it Vicintiy; Together With Brief Notices of the More Remote or less Important Ones, Cave at Kirkdale etc
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Historia Rievallensis Containing the History of Kirkby Moorside, and an Account of the Most Important Places in it Vicintiy; Together With Brief Notices of the More Remote or less Important Ones, Cave at Kirkdale etc

By Rev. W Eastmead

Sold by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy; Printed at the Office of R Peat, Thirsk, London, 1824. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Full title: Historia Rievallensis Containing the History of Kirkby Moorside, and an Account of the Most Important Places in it Vicintiy; Together With Brief Notices of the More Remote or less Important Ones. To which is Prefixed a Dissertation on the Animal Remains, and other Curious Phenomena, In the Recently Discovered Cave at Kirkdale. Modern half-leather binding with marbled boards and block edges, clean plain end-paper, sound binding, previous owner's name at head of title-page, very little foxing except for plate showing plan of Lestingham Church and adjacent pages, "Rev" added by hand to names in subscribers' list, lower corner missing on page 43/44 (but no loss of text), brief handwritten amendments to text on pages 111 and 265, marginal note in pencil on page 157. Plates are: Lestingham Church; View of the Cave at Kirkdale; Kirkby-Moorside Church; Kirkdale Church; Kirkdale Inscription; Rievaulx Abbet; Plan of Lestingham Church. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021060..

$161.52

The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. IV (all parts) 1877
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The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. IV (all parts) 1877

By G T Clarke, Edward Bond, Charles Jackson, D H Haig, Geoffrey Duckett, A S Ellis etc

The Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association; printed by Bradbury, Agnew, and Co, London, 1877. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark red half-leather with banded spine and gilt lettering and simple decoration, red marbled end-papers, sound binding, clean pages. Includes black and white and colour single, fold-out and double plates. Contents include: The Defences of York by G T Clarke; Leeds Old Pottery by Edward Bond; Sir Robert Swift; and Autobiographical Memoir of Rev. Thomas Broughton by Charles Jackson; Where was Carbodunum; and Yorkshire Mints Under the Danish Kings; and Runic Inscription Discovered by by D H Haig; Pedigree of Redman; and Harwood Evidences by Geoffrey Duckett; Bibliographical Notes on Yorkshire Tenants named in Domesday Book (3 parts) by A S Ellis; On a Certificate of Non-Villenage; and Local Muniments; and Subsidy Roll for York and Ainsty by Edward Peacock; A Memoir of John Carr of York, Architect by Robert Davies; The St. Cuthbert Window in York Minster by J T Fowler etc. viii, 514. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's name in ink at front. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021057.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$74.06

The Parish Church of All Hallows (All Saints) Spofforth, Yorkshire and the Chapels of Follifoot, Little Ribston, Plumpton and Stockeld (Spofforth Church and Its Chapels of Ease)
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The Parish Church of All Hallows (All Saints) Spofforth, Yorkshire and the Chapels of Follifoot, Little Ribston, Plumpton and Stockeld (Spofforth Church and Its Chapels of Ease)

By George E Kirk

Outhwaite Bros, Printers The Caxton Press, Shipley, 1958. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Darkened cream covers with pasted label on spine, sound binding clean pages. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021049..

$23.64

The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. X (all parts) 1889
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The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. X (all parts) 1889

By Clements R Markham, C B Norcliffe, W C Boulter, James Raine, John William Clay, Thomas Brooke etc

The Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association; printed by Bradbury, Agnew, and Co, London, 1889. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark red half-leather with banded spine and gilt lettering and simple decoration, red marbled end-papers, sound binding, clean pages. Includes black and white fold-out plates. Contents include: The Battle of Towton by Clements R Markham; Paver's Marriage Licences, Parts IV, V and Vi by C B Norcliffe; Court-Rolls of Some East Riding Manors 1563-1573 by W C Boulter; Notices of Scoreby and the Family of Blake by James Raine; Elland Church, Parts I and II by John William Clay; The Praemonstratensian Abbey of St. Agatha Juxta Richmond by W H St. John Hope; Extracts from the Journal of Castilion Morris by Thomas Brooke; Notes - Kirkheaton Church, York Minster, Old Malton Priory Church, Bainesse, Catterick, Pedigree of the Colvilles of Arncliffe, Kirkstall Abbey, Exterior Chapel at All Saints, Pontefract by Richard Holmes; The Yorkshire Portion of Leland's Itinerary, Parts I, II and III by Thomas Brayshaw; Wapentake of Osgoldcross, Parts I, II and III; and The Hospital of Foulsnape in the West Riding by Richard Holmes; Notes on the Genealogy of the Family of de Eskelby etc., Parts I, II and III, by Henry D Eshelby; The Templars at Templehurst, Parts I and II, by H E Chetwynd-Stapylton; The Battle of Towton; and The Battle of the Standard by Alex. D H Leadman; List of Peculiar and Other Courts of which the Records have been transferred to the Wakefield District Registry Of H.M. Court of Probate (1870 The Dacre Tomb in Saxton Churchyard by T M Fallow; Royal Grants in Yorkshire by William Sykes; Court-Rolls of Some Yorkshire Manors 1572-1573 by W C Boulter viii, 514. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021059.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$74.06

The History of Thirsk; Including an Account of Its Once Celebrated Castle, Topcliffe, Byland, and Rievalk Abbeys, etc. etc. And Other Remains of Antiquity in the Neighbourhood with Biographical Notices of Eminent Men
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The History of Thirsk; Including an Account of Its Once Celebrated Castle, Topcliffe, Byland, and Rievalk Abbeys, etc. etc. And Other Remains of Antiquity in the Neighbourhood with Biographical Notices of Eminent Men

By J B Jefferson

Printed and Sold by Robert Peat; also sold by R Burdekin, York, 1821. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Modern black half-leather with gilt decoration and lettering and blue covers, new end-papers (all before half-title and after last page - page 180). Sound binding, clean pages, crease across corner of half-title. Occasional very light foxing in margins. Includes: Frontis plate of South View of Thirsk Church; Title vignette of Byland Abbey; Plate of Rievalk Abbey (Rievaulx) Plate of Font in South-Kilvington Church; and other vignette/footers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021064..

$182.01

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 53 1981
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 53 1981

By edit. R M Butler. C S Briggs, J A Giles, M G Spratling, M Firby & J Lang, T N Burrows, M R Petch, J M Fletcher & R A Morgan, J Awtry, H lawrence & R Hoyle, M F Pickes, P S Morrish, W P Hartley, J T M Nussey, C C Aaronsfield, M Sekulla, G Simps

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1981. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: An Early Communication on a Rusticated Beaker from Flamborough and a Description of Two Tumuli in Thixendale; A Beaker Battle-Axe from Thurstonland, near Huddlesfield and its Date; Metalworking at the Stanwick Oppidum, Some New Evidence; The Pre-Conquest Sculpture at Stonegrave; The Foundation of Nostell Priory; William de malton, Master mason; The Dating of Doors in the Zouche Chapel, York Minster; French Immigrants and the Iron Industry in Sheffield; New Maps and Surveys by Christopher Saxton; Agarian Society and Wealth in Mid-Wharfdale 1664-1743; Foreign Lanquage Books in Some Yorkshire Subscription Libraries; Springwood Colliery Huddersfield, a Portrait of a Yorkshire Estate Coal Mine 1862-1877; Hammond Robertson of Liversedge, Bully or Gentleman?; German Jews in Nineteenth-Century Bradford; A Roman Coin Hoard from York; Trial Excavations at Newton Kyme Fort in 1908 and 1909 by F Gerald Simpson; An Iron Signet-Ring from the Fort at Newton Kyme, Yorkshire; An Anglo-Scandinavian Cross-Shaft from Haxby, North Yorkshire; A Lost Military Effigy from Leake, Yorkshire; A Military Effigy at Welton, North Humberside; A Fifteenth-Century Alabaster Panel at Burnsall; The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1980; Book Reviews and Bibliographical Notes; Index to Volumes 1-52 (1870-1980). Marked card covers with previous owner's details on front, sound binding, occasional light markings on pages. This copy belonged to one of the contributors, May Pickles. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021028..

$19.44

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 52, 1980
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 52, 1980

By edit. R M Butler. Christopher Brooke, T G Manby, Edmund King, Stephen Johnson, Nicola Coldstream, Bryan Waites, P R Newman, F J McLynn, Doreen E Smith, R B Wragg, Keith Manchester, Nigel Kerr, Kenneth Harrison, Donald Woodward, D N Riley

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1980. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Charles Clay, 1885-1978; Excavation of Barrows at Grindale and Boynton, East Yorkshire, 1972; The parish Warter and the Castle of Galchlin; Excavations at Conisborough Castle 1971-1977; York Minster and the Decorated Style in Yorkshire; The Monasteries of North-East Yorkshire and the Medieval Wool Trade; The Defeat of John Belasyse - Civil War in Yorkshire, January-April 1644; Hull and the Forty-Five; Otley - A Study of a Market Town During the Late Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; The Rockingham Mausoleum (1784-1793); Shorter Notes and Contributions; Jugular Vein Occlusion In the Bronze Age; A Pagan Anglo-Saxon Cremation Burial from Saction, East Yorkshire; A Twelfth-Century Example of the Anglo-Saxon Calendar; Wheat Prices in Elizabethan Hull; Recent Air Photographs of Duggleby Howe and the Ferrybridge Henge; The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1979; Bibliographical Notes; Book Reviews. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021039..

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 55, 1983
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 55, 1983

By Edit. R M Butler. Percival Turnbull, Michael Lapedge; David Hey & J R Magilton, R Gilyard-Beer, Janet E Burton, Peter Ryder & Julian Birch, Beatrice Scott, John Nussey, D O'Sullivan, A Harris, J S Miller & E A Gee, P R Newman

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1983. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Articles include: Excavations at Billington 1980; Ealdred of York and Ms Cotton Vitellius E.XII; St Peter's Church, Warmsworth; Byland Abbey and the grave of Roger de Mowbray; The Settlement of Disputes between Byland Abbey and Newburgh Priory; Hellifield Peel - a North Yorkshire Tower-House; Lady Elizabeth Hastings; Blake Hall, in Mirfield, and its Occupants During the 18th and 19th Centuries; Guisborough Grammar School - a Victorian Transformation; Twyers, an East Yorkshire Prize Farm; The Bishop Dyke and Huddleston Quarry; A Mid Seventeenth-Century Trench Plough from Moor Monkton, North Yorkshire; Yorkshire Bibliography 1982; Book Reviews. Faded spine, sound binding, clean pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021030..

$19.44

The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 62 1990, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 62 1990, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By R A Varley; P J Casey, P Wenham; J A McLinden; K A Adams; D Haldenby; P Didsbury; A Kellet; V G Swan, D A McKay, B E A Jones; C Hayfield, J Greig; L Butler; P Sheppard Routh, R Knowles; A Alexander, F Casperton, M Habberjam, M Hall, M Pickles; D Woodward;

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Maney Publishing, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1990. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Two Food vessels of the early Bronze Age from Settrington near Malton, North Yorkshire; A Second-Century Denarius Hoard from Grinton, North Yorkshire; Roman Coins from Hayton, East Yorkshire; An Anglian Site on the Yorkshire Wolds (Cottam and Cowlam Parish); Fieldwork in Cottam and Cowlam Parish; King John in Knaresborough, the First known Royal Maundy; East Lilling, the Deserted Medieval Village; Excavation and Salvage Work on a Moated Site at Cowick 1976, Part Two, the Finds Assemblage; All Saints Church, Crofton; The Markentfield Collar; Patrington, a Fifteenth Century Manorial Account; The Accounts of the Building of Trinity House, Hull, 1465-1476; The Heraldic Window at Fountains Hall; A Sixteenth-Century Parochial Charity at Kildwick; The Supply of Water as a Factor in the Location of Industry; Air Photography - Recent Results, Crop Marks of an Entrace Through a System of Linear Ditches at Weaverthorpe, North Yorkshire; Aerial Archaeology in Yorkshire - Soil-Marks near Pocklington; Dr E A Gee 1913-89; Leslie Peter Wenham 1911-90; Book Reviews. Pale peach-coloured covers are lightly marked, sound binding, clean pages with photographs, maps, plans, drawings, charts and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's book-plate laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021031..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 59 1987, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 59 1987, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By P C Buckland, M J Dolby; D B Gallagher; M S Parker; R Gilyard-Beer; P F Ryder; C Cross; J Nussey; I R Medlicott; P Walker; A Harris; D Upton; D H Heslop; R M Butler; W M Spencer; L Butler; J Miller; J Black

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society,, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1987. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: A Roman Site at Womersley, North Yorkshire; The Anglo-Saxon Cemetry of Hob Hill, Saltburn; Some Notes on the Pre-Norman History of Doncaster; The Graves of the Abbots of Fountains; Five South Yorkshire Timber-Framed Houses; Northern Women in the Early Modern Period, the Female Testators of Hull and Leeds 1520-1650; The Will of Trooper Oldroyd of Heckmondwike, an Incident in the Civil War; The Development of Coal Mining on the Norfolk and Rockingham-Fitzwilliam Estates in South Yorkshire 1750-1830; Past Beekeeping in Yorkshire, Evidence from Bee Boles and Other Local Sources; Chicory in Yorkshire, a Crop and Its Cultivation; The Bombing of Yorkshire 1939-45; Gisborough Priory, Initial Excavation of the Priory Church 1985; Further Information on James Ryther of Harewood; A Brass Inscription from Lowthorpe near Driffield; A Lost Brass Inscription from Stanwick Church; An Eighteenth-Century Privy at Castley Hall, North Yorkshire; Eighteenth-Century Electioneering, a Yorkshire Example; The Day in Honour of Eric Gee; The Archaeological Register 1986; Book Reviews. Clean peach-coloured covers, sound binding, clean pages with plans, maps, photographs, drawings and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021035..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 63 1991, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 63 1991, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By Aubrey Burl; B E Vyner; J M Monaghan; R Hale; P Sheppard Bouth; R W Hoyle; M Pickles, J Bosworth; G Hinchliffe; M E Ingram; H Taylor; A Harris, D A Spratt; D L Wykes; V G Swan; A Taylor; R F White; A D George

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society,, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1991. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: The Devil's Arrows, Boroughbridge, The Archaeology of a Stone Row; Bronze Age Activity on the Eston Hills, Cleveland; A Roman Marching Camp and Native Settlement Site at Newton Kyme, Tadcaster; Account Roll of the Manor of Little Kelk; Lionel, Lord Welles and His Methley Monument; Thomas Lord Darcy and the Rothwell Tenants; Farmhold Structure in a District of Piecemeal Enclosure, The manor of Askwith from 1596 to 1816; The Robinsons of Newby Park and Newby Hall; The Delamotte Family and a Monument at Sculcoates; Nailmakers and Their Successors in the Community of Darton Parish and Township; The Rabbit Warrens of the Tabular Hills, North Yorkshire; Manchester College at York 1803-1840, Its Intellectual and Cultural Contribution; Marton Priory Fishponds, a postscript; Denison Hall, Leeds, a Postscript to Richard Hewlings; Aerial Reconnaissance, Recent Results - Lead Mining in Arkengarthdale; Robert Blackburn and His Enterprises - The Growth of the Aircraft Industry in Yorkshire; Book Reviews; Obituaries - Barbara H Nuttall, Mrs B M Scott. Clean pale peach-coloured covers, sound binding, clean pages with photographs, maps, plans, drawings, diagrams and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's book-plate laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021032..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 51 1979, A Review of History, Antiquities and Topography in the County published under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 51 1979, A Review of History, Antiquities and Topography in the County published under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By edit. R M Butler. R L Jones, P R Cundill & I G Simmons; J S Dent; D Postles; J M Kaye; P F Ryder; D Woodward; G Firth; J P Dodd; R A McMillan; W A MacKay; R A Varley; J A Gilks; R Williamson; M F Pickles; R A Morgan; R W Hoyle

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1979. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1978; Archaeology and Paleobotany on the North York Moors and their Environs; Bronze Age Burials from Wetwang Slack; The Giggleswick Tarn Logboat; Tinsley 'Rentals' 1336-1514; The Eland Murders 1350-1, a Study of the Legend of the Eland Feud; Ravensworth Castle, North Yorkshire; Labour Regulation at Hull, 1560, select document; The Roles of a West Ridiing Land Steward 1773-1803; The West Riding Crop Returns for 1854; "The Old Cropping Shop"; A Discoidal Knife from Kepwick and Neolithic Finds from Pocklington; Bronze Age Round Barrows and Adjacent Earthworks on the Hambleton Hills; A Fifteenth-Century Bronze Skillet from Near Pateley Bridge; A Notary's Grave Cover from Hooton Pagnell, South Yorkshire; A Note on the Hidden Misericord of Swine; Tree Ring Dating of Two Georgian Halls near Doncaster; Archival Notes, The Bradfer-Lawrence Collection; Book Reviews and Bibliographical Notes. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021038..

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 54, 1982
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 54, 1982

By edit. R M Butler. Richard C Barcham, Peter Topping, Raymond A Varley, D A Spratt, P C Buckland, mary harvey, William MacKay, J Birch & P F Ryder, Pauline E Sheppard Routh, John Hall, Roger Fieldhouse, J V Beckett, Robert Unwin, W Harwood Long, Philip

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1982. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Excavation of the Street House Farm, Long Cairn, Boulby, Cleveland; Excavation at the Cursus at Scorton, North Yorkshire, 1978; Two Bronze Age Collared Urns from the Hambleton Hills, North Yorkshire; The Cleave Dyke System; The Malton Burnt Grain - a Cautionary Tale; Irregular Villages in Holderness, Yorkshire - Some Thoughts on their Origin; The Development of Medieval Ripon; New Hall, Darfield; Henry Johnston and the Missing Lady of Gawthorpe Hall; Hedgerows in West Yorkshire - the Hooper Method Examined; Some Evidence of Surviving Open Fields in the Seventeenth-Century Pennine Dales and the Gradual Elimination of Communal Agriculture; Yorkshire and the Agricultural Depression 1730-1750; An Eighteenth-Century Census - Wetherby 1776; Some Notes on the Size of Fields after Enclosure; Obituary, Professor John Le Patourel, F.B.A.; Archaeology, History and Planning - a Review Article; Book Reviews and Bibliographical Notes; The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1981. Coversare darkened, binding is sound, clean pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021029..

$13.92

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 48, 1976
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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 48, 1976

By Edit. R M Butler. D N Riley; D A Spratt; E T Cowling; H G Ramm; P C Buckland; J T Lang; B A English; P C Saunders; M J O Kennedy; G S Haslop; M Barke

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1976. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Contents include: The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1975; Air Reconnaissance of West and South Yorkshire; Mesolithic Settlement at Upleathem, Cleveland; Neolithic and Bronze Age Fraving and Scoring Tools from Mid-Wharfedale; Excavations in the Church of St. Mary Bishophill Senior, York; A Romano-British Pottery Kiln Site at Branton, near Doncaster; Sigurd and Weland in Pre-Conquest Carving from Northern England; Additional Records of the Yorkshire Eyre of 12-18-1219; The 'Royal Free Chapel' of Bowes; Resourceful Villeins: The Cellarer Family of Wawne in Holderness; A Selby Kitchener's Roll of the Early Fifteenth Century; The Population of Brighouse, West Yorkshire in 1851; Obituary - Mr R J A Bunnett; Book Reviews and Bibliographical Notes. Cream covers are lightly marked, sound binding, clean pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021033..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 65, 1993, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 65, 1993, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By Ed. R M Butler. M Johnson; B Sitch; V G Swan, J Monaghan; R A Hall; T Wilmott; A Whitworth; B English, R Hoyle; A E Sharpe; R T Spence; W E Tate, L Edmonds; G Hinchliffe; C S Hallas; W P Hartley; N J Tringham

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Maney Publishing, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1993. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Investigation of a Multi-Period Landscape, Potter Brompton, North Yorkshire; Thomas Sheppard, the Morfitts of Atwick and Allen Coin Number 223; Headpots, A North African Tradition in Roman York; Observations in Ripon Cathdral Crypt 1989; Excavation and Survey on the Line of grim's Ditch, West Yorkshire, 1977-83; Yorkshire Dovecotes and Pigeon Lofts, a Preliminary Survey; What Was in St. Mary's Tower, York, an Inventory of 1610; The Paget Memorial, St. Mary's, Skirpenbeck, Some Problems Considered; A Noble Funeral in the Great War; A Commentary on Richard Braithwaite's "Barnabae Itinerarium" 1638; The Robinsons of Newby Park and Newby Hall, Part 3, Thomas Robinson, Baron Grantham 1695-1770 and His Descendants; Industry in a Rural Area, Employment and Wages in the Swaledale and Wensleydale Lead Industry in the Nineteenth Century; Involvement in Coal Mining by the Wool Textiles Industry, some West Yorkshire examples; A Redundant Church in Medieval York, a note on St. Benet's; Obituaries: Amy G Foster; D A Spratt; Book Reviews. Pale peach-coloured covers are lightly marked, sound binding, clean pages with photographs, maps, plans, drawings, charts and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's book-plate laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021041..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 64 1992, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 64 1992, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By Ed. R M Butler. P B Stonehouse; J A Gilks; David Haldenby; S J Sherlock; T C M Brewster, C Hayfield; N K Blood, C C Taylor; J Edwards; T W French; B Moore; H Murray; R T Spence; G Hinchliffe; L Butler; A Crawshaw

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Maney Publishing, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1992. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Two Early Mesolithic Sites in the Central Pennines; Early Iron Age Pottery From Castle Hill, Almondbury, West Yorkshire; An Anglian Site on the Yorkshire Wolds conintued (Cottam and Cowlam); Excavations at castle Hill, Castleton, North Yorkshire; The Medieval Pottery Industries at Staxton and Potter Brompton; Cawood, an Archiepiscopal Landscape; The Cult of 'St' Thomas of lancaster and Its Iconography; The dating of York Minster Choir; Wild Men in the Misericords of St. Mary's Church, Beverley; The Scrope Tapestries; Mining and Smelting in Yorkshire by the Cliffords, Earls of Cumberland, in the Tudor and Early Stuart Period; The Robinsons of Newby Park and Newby Hall, Part 2; Recent Archaeological Work in the Dioceses of Ripon and Wakefield 1970-1990; Aerial Archaeology in Yorkshire, a Starfish Site (near Fulford Golf Course); Obituaries: Dr Arthur Raistrick, H G Ramm; Book Reviews. Pale peach-coloured covers are lightly marked, sound binding, clean pages with photographs, maps, plans, drawings including fold-out sheets, charts and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's book-plate laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021037..

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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 56, 1984, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 56, 1984, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By S Thomas; D D Gilbertson; S J Pierpoint; T C Welsh; A White; C Hayfield; N Vickers; M M Brown, D B Gallagher; P J P Goldberg; B Hutton; J T Rosenthal; W J Craig; D Postles; Jill L Low; R A McMillan; M Henig

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Maney Publishing, Leeds, Yorkshire, 1981. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: The Archives if the Yorkshire Archaeological Society; Early Neolithic Utilisation and Management of Alder Carr at Skipsea Witthow Mere, Holderness; A New Survey of the Windypits in Duncombe Park, Helmsley, North Yorkshire; Road remains at Burbage and Houndkirk Moors, Sheffield - a Possible Roman Road; Finds from the Anglian Monastry at Whitby; An Early-Medieval Splash-Glazed Pottery Kiln at Market Place, Doncaster; Grosmont Priory; St. Cuthbert's Church, Ormesby, Cleveland, Excavation and Watching Brief 1975 and 1976; The Percy Tomb in Beverley Minster; The Old Vicarage, Church Fenton; Heir's Ages and Family Succession in Yorkshire 1399-1422; James Ryther of Harewood and His Letters to William Cecil Lord Burghley; The Memoranda Book of Samuel Bower; William Belwoodd, Architect and Surveyor; The Yorkshire Teazle-Growing Trade; A Bronze Stamp Found Near Brough on Humber; Book Reviews. Clean peach coloured covers with fading on and adjacent to spine and lightly rubbed corners, sound binding, clean pages with plans and photographs. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021040..

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