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Children's Games abd Jingles in Lancashire about 1900
Author: Gaskell, Alfred
Volume: 116 (1965-0) Pages: 207-224, View Volume

Abbeystead in Wyresdale, and its endowed school
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 67-89, illus. View Volume

The old flour mills of Wirral
Author: Abraham, E. Mitford
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 133-149, illus. View Volume

A history of the township of Billington, in the parish of Blackburn, Co. Lancaster: Its ancient families, lords and freeholders; with an account of the parochial chapel and chapelry of Langho. Part 1
Author: Abram, William Alexander
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 153-236, tables. View Volume

Memorial of the late T. T. Wilkinson, F.R.A.S., of Burnley
Author: Abram, William Alexander
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 77-94, Includes an autobiographical account. View Volume

Proceedings [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author: Abram, William Alexander
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 173-197, illus. Includes an account of a Roman sculptured slab, by W. A. Abram, found at Ribchester and illustrated as the volume's frontispiece. View Volume

The parochial chapel of St. Leonard, Langho, in Billington
Author: Abram, William Alexander
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 33-50, illus., table. View Volume

A watchmaker's pocket book
Author: R. A. H. Ward
Volume: 122 (1970-0) Pages: 153-157, Pocket book of Richard Wright, probably resident in or near Sankey. View Volume

A Wirral account book and notary's register, 1761-90
Author: J. E. Booth
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 77-85, Accounts of John Glegg of Irby, Cheshire. View Volume

Backbarrow and Pennybridge furnace accounts 1763-80
Author: B. G. Awty
Volume: 116 (1964-0) Pages: 19-38, tables, graphs. View Volume

The account book of the New Haven, Chester, 1567-8
Author: E. Rideout
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 86-128, View Volume

A reeve's account of a Cheshire manor, from Michaelmas 46 Edw III (1372), to Michaelmas in the following year
Author: W. Beamont
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 1-14, Eaton near Tarporley. View Volume

A Stanley account roll, 1460
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 203-209, View Volume

A Wirral account book and notary's register, 1761-90
Author: J. E. Booth
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 77-85, Accounts of John Glegg of Irby, Cheshire. View Volume

Ancient washing tablet
Author:
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 65-0, and facing page, illus. Method of accounting for household laundry, c. early 17th century. View Volume

Every-day life of a country gentleman of Cheshire in the 17th century: As shewn in the private expenditure journal of Colonel Henry Bradshaw, of Marple and Wybersleigh
Author: A. C. Gibson
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 67-92,

Rural life and manners in the neighbourhood of Bidstone and Upton, a hundred years ago
Author: Rev. Canon [A.] Hume
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 131-168, map. Information drawn from farm account books, some identified as the books of the Wharton family of Moreton. View Volume

The rental and accounts of Sir Richard Shireburn, 1571-77
Author: W. F. Rea
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 31-57, port., map. View Volume

The Whalley abbey bursars' account for 1520
Author: O. Ashmore
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 49-72, illus. View Volume

An eighteenth-century shippon at Accrington
Author: J. E. Tattersall
Volume: 115 (1963-0) Pages: 177-183, illus., plan. View Volume

The Accrington poetess: The life and work of Miss Janie Whittaker (1877-1933)
Author: A. B. Cottle and M. J. C. Evans
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 121-154, illus. (incl. ports.). View Volume

On the arms existing in the churches of Prescot, Wigan, and Liverpool in the year 1590; with some notices of the Acres or Ackers family
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 247-264, illus., pedigree. View Volume

Acton church seating arrangements
Author: J. Livesey
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 289-291, plan. View Volume

The Cheshire landholdings of earl Morcar in 1066
Author: N. J. Higham
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 139-147, View Volume

Lancashire Acts of Parliament 1415-1800. Compiled
Author: R. Sharpe France. Record Publication no
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 0-0, View Volume

The Lancashire Sessions Act, 1798
Author: R. Sharpe France
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 1-57, View Volume

Geographical notes of expeditions in central Africa
Author: three Dutch ladies, by J. A. Tinne
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 107-148, maps. View Volume

Stanlawe Grange at Aigburth
Author: C. R. Hand
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 21-29, illus., plan. View Volume

The historical topography of Aigburth and Garston
Author: J. Boult
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 147-190, map, pedigree. View Volume

[Exhibition of a lithographic print of the chairs of Dr. Aikin and Dr. Enfield]
Author: J. Kendrick
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 197-0, illus. View Volume

Lancashire chancery depositions
Author:
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 88-92, Includes information on Ainsdale and Birkdale boundaries. View Volume

[Pulling down 'High Places'. (Aldingham church)]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 212-215, Destruction of the pulpit. View Volume

The priory of the Blessed Virgin and Saint James, Birkenhead
Author: Aldridge, Charles
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 141-160, illus., plan. View Volume

Regulation of alehouses in Stuart Lancashire: An example of discretionary administration of the law
Author: W. J. King
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 31-46, View Volume

Warrington local sketches
Author:
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 115-130, illus., plan. Includes item on the Black Horse inn, Sankey Bridge, Warrington. View Volume

An account of Mains Hall, near Poulton, the hiding-place of Cardinal Allen, in the time of Queen Elizabeth
Author: Rev. W. Thornber
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 159-170, illus. Poulton-le-Fylde. View Volume

The early Christian monuments of Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: Allen, J. Romilley
Volume: 45 (1893-0) Pages: 1-32, sic], illus. (incl. front.). View Volume

Earle of Allerton Tower
Author: T. A. Earle
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 15-76, ports., pedigrees. View Volume

Report [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 221-228, illus., table. Includes Robin Hood's Stone at Allerton. View Volume

Watercourse management and flood prevention in the Alt level, Lancashire, 1589-1779
Author: Alison Maddock
Volume: 148 (1999-0) Pages: 59-95, illus. View Volume

A fifteenth century Altcar inventory
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 126-128, View Volume

An Altcar tithes dispute in the fourteenth century
Author: A. Cottam
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 136-162, illus. View Volume

Notes on Altcar parish
Author: Rev. W. Warburton
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 157-206, illus., map. View Volume

Roman Catholics in Formby and Altcar, 1705-1706
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 136-138, View Volume

Altrincham market bell. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 242-243, View Volume

Garstang vicarage. In Stray notes
Author: Ambrose, Isaac
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 260-261, Includes reference to Isaac Ambrose. View Volume

The founding of an eighteenth-century newspaper: The partnership agreement of Williamson's Liverpool Advertiser
Author: J. R. Harris and B. L. Anderson
Volume: 116 (1964-0) Pages: 229-234, View Volume

An episode in the Anderton family history
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 181-194, pedigree. View Volume

An episode in the Anderton family history
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 181-194, pedigree. View Volume

A Blackburnshire puture roll
Author: Anderton, H. Ince
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 1-16, front. View Volume

Henry Ince Anderton. (Born 7 June 1880; died 7 March 1938). [Obituary]
Author: F. J. Weld
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 147-148, View Volume

The Brownlow family of Hall i' th' Wood
Author: Anderton, H. Ince
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 66-78, pedigree. View Volume

The Morton memorial
Author:
Volume: 51 (1899-0) Pages: 228-0, Memorial to Thomas Naylor Morton, former Hon. assistant secretary to the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, at Anfield cemetery, Liverpool. View Volume

Extracts from the registers of the nonconformist chapel, Dukinfield, kept by the Rev. Samuel Angier, 1677 to 1713
Author: J. P. Earwaker
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 169-194, View Volume

The Rev. Peter Shaw. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 242-0, Peter Shaw was a fellow of Manchester collegiate church in 1637. This item relates to lands in Rivington, Heath Charnock and Anglezarke. View Volume

Samuel Peploe and the ideology of anti-Catholicism among the Anglican clergy in early Hanoverian England
Author: P. G. Green
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 75-94, Samuel Peploe was vicar of Preston and bishop of Chester. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1870
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 23 (1870-1871) Pages: 119-152, illus. Includes information on remains at West Kirby church. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, and Liverpool notabilia in 1874
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 85-108, illus. Includes information on Anglo-Saxon and medieval cross remains found at Neston. View Volume

Cheshire in the dark ages. A map study of Celtic and Anglian settlement
Author: D. Sylvester
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 1-22, maps. View Volume

On Anglo-Saxon antiquities, with a particular reference to the Faussett collection
Author: T. Wright
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 1-39, illus., map. The Rev. Bryan Faussett of Heppington, near Canterbury. View Volume

On Shotwick church and its Saxon foundation
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 77-83, illus. (incl. port.). View Volume

On slavery, as it existed in England during the Saxon era, and the substitution of villenage after the Norman conquest, until its gradual extinction
Author: J. Wright
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 207-230, View Volume

On the battle of Brunanburh; and the probable locality of the conflict. [With appendix: On some funeral urns found at Catlow]
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 21-42, illus., map. States the case for a Burnley location for Brunanburh. View Volume

On the so-called Anglo-Saxon antiquities discovered near Kertch, in the Crimea
Author: C. R. Smith
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 59-60, illus. View Volume

Overchurch and its runic stone
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 305-320, illus., plans.

Reliques of the Anglo-Saxon churches of St. Bridget and St. Hildeburga, West Kirby, Cheshire
Author: E. H. Ecroyd
Volume: 23 (1870-1871) Pages: 13-46, illus. View Volume

Runic inscriptions: Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian
Author: A. C. Gibson
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 111-132, illus. View Volume

The Angles, Jutes and Saxons
Author: J. Boult
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 25-54, View Volume

The Anglian cross-head at Aughton and other recent discoveries there
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 151-180, illus., plan. View Volume

The Anglian settlement of Lancashire
Author: F. T. Wainwright
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 1-44, map. View Volume

The battle of Whalley, 798 A.D.
Author: D. P. Kirby
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 181-184, View Volume

The Celtic, Saxon and Scandinavian settlement at Meols in Wirral
Author: J. D. Bu'Lock
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 1-28, illus., map. See also appendix, 'The Anglo-Saxon coins from Meols sands', by R. H. M. Dolley in 113 (1961) pp. 197-201. View Volume

The English arrival in Cheshire
Author: J. M. Dodgson
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 1-37, maps. View Volume

Old houses in Lancashire.
Author: L M Angus-Butterworth
Volume: 109 (1957-0) Pages: 47-70, illus., plans, diags. Includes 'Dutton Hall', by L. M. Angus-Butterworth. View Volume

Twenebrokes, or Twanbrook, of Appleton, Grappenhall, and Daresbury, in the county of Chester, A. D. 1170 to 1831
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 1-20, 116, illus., pedigrees. View Volume

An indenture of apprenticeship, 1535
Author: F. A. B[ailey]. In Stray notes
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 218-0, Relates to Newburgh. View Volume

[Archaeological finds exhibited from various places, including Flixton, Danes Pad in the Fylde, Kirkham, Staining and Leasowe]
Author:
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 113-114, View Volume

[Archaeological items exhibited at meeting]
Author:
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 26-27, illus. View Volume

[Evidence of woodland found in excavations in Liverpool]
Author: Mr. Stonehouse
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 213-214, View Volume

[Exhibition drawings of objects found at Great Meols, Wirral]
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 256-0, View Volume

[Exhibition of articles found in the Fylde, various dates]
Author: Rev. W. Thornber
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 113-114, View Volume

[Exhibition of fine art items, including rings on the hand of a mummy]
Author:
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 343-344, illus. Exhibited by Joseph Mayer, John Topping and others. View Volume

[Exhibition of items including a brass vessel in the form of a knight dug up in Winwick churchyard, and a fragment of a similar item from Warrington]
Author: J. Kendrick
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 337-338, illus. View Volume

[Exhibition of objects found on the sea shore near Leasowe Castle]
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 256-257, View Volume

[Exhibition of six stone axes]
Author: J. W. Whitehead
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 129-0, illus. View Volume

[Illustrations of ring money and gold torques found in Ireland, belonging to Thomas Tobin]
Author:
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 290-0, View Volume

A discovery at Croston
Author: W. G. Procter
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 263-264, A find of horseshoes, and information on the church. View Volume

Agricultural and mechanical implements found on the Meols shore
Author: C. Potter
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 233-244, illus.

An account of excavations made at the Mote Hill, Warrington, Lancashire
Author: J. Kendrick
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 59-68, illus. View Volume

Ancient British remains at Over Darwen
Author: C. Hardwick
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 273-278, illus. View Volume

Antiquities of the Meols shore
Author: C. Potter
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 143-152, View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 169-88, (1867-8) pp. 87-130, illus.; 21 (1868-9) pp. 199-218, illus.; 22 (1869-70) pp. 267-94, illus.; 23 (1870-1) pp. 119-52, illus. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, and Liverpool notabilia
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 113-152, illus., pedigree; 26 (1873-4) pp. 83-112, illus.; 27 (1874-5) pp. 85-108, illus. Includes illustration of medieval pewter necklet described in 26 (1873-4) p. 99. View Volume

Captain William Latham and the Calderstones
Author: C. R. Hand
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 1-6, illus. (incl. front.). Drawings by William Latham. View Volume

Description of some antiquities from Macon, in the south of France
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 165-168, illus. View Volume

Egyptian signet ring [and] alms or offering dishes
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 261-262, View Volume

El Sakhra
Author:
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 131-142, illus., [and] Explanatory note on the paper entitled El Sakhra, by Sir E. Cust. 12 (1859-60) p. 84. View Volume

Excavations at a moated site near Scarisbrick
Author: J. M. Steane
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 147-153, illus., map, diag. View Volume

Leather, bronze, pewter, etc., ornaments, from the Cheshire shore
Author: C. Potter
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 195-202, illus. View Volume

Leaves from an antiquary's notebook
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 253-258, illus. Includes flint implements from Wirral. View Volume

Neolithic axe found at Whiston, 1941
Author: F. A. Bailey
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 124-0, illus. View Volume

Notabilia of the archaeology and natural history of the Mersey district during three years, 1863-4-5
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 195-266, illus. View Volume

Notes on objects in the Mayer collection relating to Essex, with an account of a discovery of celts and war implements
Author: J. Clarke
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 271-284, illus. (incl. col. illus.) View Volume

Notes on some recent excavations at Burscough priory
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 127-146, [sic], illus. (incl. col. illus.), plan. View Volume

Notes on some recent excavations at Burscough priory
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 127-146, View Volume

Notice of mammalian remains discovered in the excavations at Wallasey for the Birkenhead new docks
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 265-268, illus. View Volume

Notices of British antiquities
Author: E. Benn. No. 1
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 102-105, illus.; No. 2: Objects in glass. 7 (1854-5) pp. 97-9, illus. View Volume

Observations on the geology and archaeology of the Cheshire shore
Author: C. Potter
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 121-142, diag. View Volume

On a beaker, tyg, etc., lately found at Rainford; and on the meaning of the term 'tyg' as applied to a drinking cup
Author: J. Harris Gibson
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 167-169, illus. View Volume

On a newly discovered neolithic settlement at the Red Noses, New Brighton, near Liverpool
Author: C. Roeder
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 123-130, illus., diag.

On Babylon; and on the discovery of the cuneiform characters, and the mode of interpreting them
Author: J. Oppert
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 93-108, map. View Volume

On some flint implements found in the glacial deposits of Cheshire and North Wales
Author: J. Lomas
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 111-122, illus.

On some mediaeval pottery recently found in Derbyshire
Author: C. T. Gatty
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 97-104, illus. View Volume

On the battle of Brunanburh; and the probable locality of the conflict. [With appendix: On some funeral urns found at Catlow]
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 21-42, illus., map. States the case for a Burnley location. View Volume

On the cup-cuttings and ring-cuttings on the Calder stones near Liverpool
Author: J. Y. Simpson
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 257-262, illus. View Volume

On the druidical rock basins in the neighbourhood of Burnley
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 1-12, illus., table. View Volume

On two ancient boats, found near Warrington
Author: C. Madeley
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 97-106, illus.

Proceedings [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 173-197, illus.; 30 (1877-8) pp. 151-78, illus., table. Include illustrations of objects found on the Cheshire shore. View Volume

Proceedings [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 105-118, illus., table. Includes illustration: 'Late Celtic antiquities'. View Volume

Recent antiquarian 'finds' in Cheshire
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 175-179,

Remarks on the connection between archaeology and natural history
Author: J. Clarke
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 210-235, illus. View Volume

Report [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 221-228, illus., table. Includes reports on the excavation of a Roman site at Lancaster and Robin Hood's Stone at Allerton. View Volume

Report [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 249-254, table. Information on Lancaster Museum excavations. View Volume

The Anglo-Saxon coins from Meols sands
Author: R. H. M. Dolley
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 197-201, Appendix to The Celtic, Saxon and Scandinavian settlement, by J. D. Bu'Lock in 112 (1960) pp. 1-28. View Volume

The chimeras: An attempt to show that the compound animals of the Assyrian marbles are representations of those erected
Author: Solomon and Jeroboam, by Sir E. Cust
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 99-116, illus. View Volume

The Edgeworth palstave
Author: B. Grimshaw
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 208-209, illus. View Volume

The excavations at Hilbre, 1926
Author: R. Newstead
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 136-143, illus. View Volume

The human race: Its origin, history and earliest forms of civilisation
Author: J. Newton
Volume: 14 (1861-1862) Pages: 95-112, illus. View Volume

The limestone caves of Craven and their ancient inhabitants
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 199-230, illus., table. View Volume

The Liscard palstave
Author: J. Kitchingman
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 287-0, illus. View Volume

The park, moat and house at New Park, Lathom, near Ormskirk
Author: J. M. Steane and A. F. Kelsall
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 73-98, illus., map, diags. View Volume

The pre-historic man of Cheshire: Or, some account of a human skeleton found under the Leasowe shore in Wirral
Author: Sir E. Cust
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 193-200, Also discussion, pp. 249-50. View Volume

The so-called 'petrified human eyes' from the graves of the ancient Indians, Arica, Peru
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 225-232, View Volume

The trees of the post-glacial forest beds in the neighbourhood of Liverpool
Author: T. M. Reade
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 27-28, View Volume

Tumuli at Winwick
Author: J. Robson
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 189-192, View Volume

Warrington friary, and the recent discoveries there
Author: W. Owen
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 175-202, illus., plans. View Volume

Warrington Friary. The discoveries of 1931
Author: G. Owen and F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 201-209, illus., plan. View Volume

A design for the proposed cathedral of St. Peter, Liverpool
Author: E. A. Heffer
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 77-84, illus. (incl. front.), tables. An Anglican cathedral. View Volume

A few remarks on the architecture of Chester
Author: A. Rimmer
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 71-76, View Volume

An eighteenth-century shippon at Accrington
Author: J. E. Tattersall
Volume: 115 (1963-0) Pages: 177-183, illus., plan. View Volume

Are the 'marks' in certain Wirral churches guides to measurements?
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 326-0,

Biographical sketch of William Everard, architect and surveyor, Liverpool, 1723-1792
Author: J. T. Kilpin
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 127-138, View Volume

Birkenhead priory
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 123-156, illus., plans.

Church building in Cheshire during the thirteenth century
Author: F. H. Crossley
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 31-41, illus., plans. View Volume

Cistercian architecture, as illustrated
Author: the remains of Whalley abbey. by W. A. Waddington
Volume: 26 (1873-1874) Pages: 145-162, illus., plan. View Volume

John Moffat and St. Peter's church, Liverpool
Author: J. B. Gnosspelius and S. A. Harris
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 1-14, illus., map, plans. View Volume

Liverpool dock buildings as historical evidence
Author: F. M. Jones
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 87-103, View Volume

Lydiate Hall, near Ormskirk, Lancashire
Author: H. Taylor. [With a note by Edward W. Cox]
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 107-122, front., plan.

Norman remains found at Sephton church
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 103-106, illus. View Volume

Notes on Halsall church. A communication
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 233-240, illus., plans. Includes illustrations of masons' marks. View Volume

Notes on some of the places, traditions, and folk-lore of the Douglas valley
Author: W. F. Price
Volume: 51 (1899-0) Pages: 181-220, illus., map. Includes information on old halls and farmhouses. View Volume

Notes on some recent excavations at Burscough priory
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 127-146, View Volume

Notes on some recent excavations at Burscough priory
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 127-146, [sic], illus. (incl. col. illus.), plan. View Volume

Notes on the parish and church of Halsall
Author: H. Taylor and R. D. Radcliffe
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 193-232, illus. (incl. front.), table. View Volume

Notes taken
Author: the hon. local secretary for Sephton district, by W. E. Gregson
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 252-256, Includes items on Maghull buildings. View Volume

Old Moreton Hall, and its present owners
Author: R. Head. [With a supplementary paper: The plans of Moreton Old Hall]
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 1-20, illus., plans. The plans are drawn by Henry Taylor. View Volume

Pages from and architect's notebook: John Nash and the Reptons at High Legh Hall
Author: N. Temple
Volume: 138 (1989-0) Pages: 113-135, illus., plans. View Volume

Peel Hall, an artisan mannerist puzzle in Cheshire
Author: R. C. Turner
Volume: 136 (1987-0) Pages: 27-37, illus., plans. Peel Hall, Ashton (nr. Kelsall). Includes an illustration of Wettenhall Hall. View Volume

Pugin and the re-building of Winwick chancel
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 59 (1907-0) Pages: 132-160, illus. View Volume

S. Helen's church, Sephton
Author: Rev. G. W. Wall
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 37-102, illus. View Volume

St. Nicholas's church, Liverpool: Its architectural history
Author: H. Peet
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 12-46, illus., plans. View Volume

Suggestions for describing ancient buildings
Author: H. Taylor
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 257-258, View Volume

The ancient parish of West Kirby
Author: C. D. Brown
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 29-66, [sic], front., illus. View Volume

The architectural antiquities of the parish church of St. Wilfrid, Grappenhall, Co. Chester
Author: Thomas Barns
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 85-122, front., illus., pedigree. View Volume

The architectural history of Bebington church
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 49 (1897-0) Pages: 97-122, illus., plan. View Volume

The chantry of St. John Baptist at Bailey
Author: C. A. Newdigate. [With] architectural description by F. H. Cheetham [and appendices by W. Mildmay and R. Kelway]
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 118-166, 218-20, illus, map, plan. Includes illustrations of Bailey Hall. View Volume

The evolution of a mediaeval hall
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 149-170, illus. View Volume

The late Mr. Elmes and St. George's Hall
Author: J. T. Kilpin
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 233-252, H. L. Elmes was the architect of St. George's Hall, Liverpool. View Volume

The old Blue Coat Hospital, Liverpool: Was it designed by Thomas Ripley?
Author: S. A. Harris
Volume: 109 (1957-0) Pages: 143-158, illus. View Volume

The restoration of St. Wilfrid's church Farnworth
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 193-199, Farnworth near Widnes.

The Scholes: A sixteenth-century Lancashire house
Author: T. C. Barker
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 43-64, illus., plan. Also Further light on the Scholes [no named author]. 115 (1963) pp. 175-6. View Volume

The timber-framed churches of Cheshire
Author: F. H. Crossley
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 1-49, front, illus., plans. View Volume

Warrington friary, and the recent discoveries there
Author: W. Owen
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 175-202, illus., plans. View Volume

[Obituary]
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 84 (1932-0) Pages: 131-132, A. H. Arkle was particularly associated with Birkenhead. View Volume

An old Liverpool captain and his ship
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 91-98, The captain was Daniel Wilcox. Also includes information on the Button family of Liverpool and an illustration of Liverpool pottery. View Volume

Early coffee houses of Liverpool
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 1-16, illus. (front.). View Volume

Early Liverpool coaching
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 1-32, map, illus. (incl. front.). View Volume

Early Liverpool printers
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 73-84, View Volume

Some notes on Robert Williamson, printer and stationer of Liverpool
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 147-149, port. View Volume

The 'Red Jacket' and its Sapling
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 17-20, illus. The 'Sapling' was a periodical related to the clipper 'Red Jacket'. View Volume

Wirral census, 1811
Author: Arkle, Arthur Henry
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 220-222, tables. View Volume

[Notes by contributors including F. C. Beazley, E. A. Heffer and J. P. Rylands]
Author:
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 88-91, illus. View Volume

The rise of Morecambe (1820-1862)
Author: Armstrong, R. G.
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 157-192, View Volume

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On the flora of Preston and [its/the] neighbourhood. Part 1
Author: Ashfield, Charles Joseph
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 143-164, 10 (1857-8) pp. 143-64; part 2, 12 (1859-60) pp. 127-34; part 3, 14 (1861-2) pp. 75-80; part 4, 17 (1864-5) pp. 181-6. View Volume

Freemasonry in Lancashire and Cheshire (17th century). Part 2. Chester
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 51 (1899-0) Pages: 85-154, illus. (incl. ports.). Includes portraits of Elias Ashmole. View Volume

Impressions of armorial seals of Cheshire gentry, made by Elias Ashmole in 1663
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 58-78, illus., pedigrees. View Volume

The diary of James Garnett of Low Moor, Clitheroe, 1858-65. Part 1: Years of prosperity 1858-60.
Author: Ashmore, Owen
Volume: 121 (1969-0) Pages: 77-98, 123 (1971) pp. 105-43, illus., port. James Garnett was joint owner of a cotton mill. View Volume

Notes on the family of Ashton of Penketh, co. Lancaster, with special reference to John Ashton, who was executed for his adherence to the Jacobite cause, 28th January, 1691
Author: J. Venn
Volume: 38 (1886-0) Pages: 1-14, pedigrees. View Volume

Ashton-under-Lyne church, etc. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 274-0, View Volume

The bye-laws of Ashton-under-Lyne
Author: E. H. Rideout
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 140-146, Manorial bye-laws, 1682. View Volume

The 'five of spades' at Ashton-under-Lyne [on the church]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 325-0, View Volume

The Irish in Ashton-under-Lyne in the 1860s
Author: Daniel Osgood
Volume: 149 (2000-0) Pages: 145-172,

A Star Chamber case. Assheton v. Blundell, 1624-31
Author: F. Tyrer
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 19-37, illus. View Volume

Some account of a curious astronomical, astrological, and medical ms. in the Chetham Library, Manchester
Author: J. Harland. With additions by W. E. Axon
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 1-8, illus. View Volume

An account of the earliest successful experiments made in England in producing
Author: their own light, photograms of the moon and other heavenly bodies, by J. A. Forest
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 256-258, illus.

On the great comet of 1858
Author: J. Hartnup and J. T. Towson
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 199-218, illus., tables, diags. View Volume

On the solar eclipse of March 15th 1858, as seen at Burnley
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 231-232, View Volume

On the solar eclipse of March 15th 1858, as seen near Oxford
Author: J. T. Towson and T. Sansom
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 233-238, tables. View Volume

Some account of a curious astronomical, astrological, and medical ms. in the Chetham Library, Manchester
Author: J. Harland. With additions by W. E. Axon
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 1-8, illus. View Volume

The birth-place of Jeremiah Horrocks in Toxteth Park
Author: L. Hall
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 249-255, illus. View Volume

The manufacture of cobalt
Author: Atherton, Henry
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 40-49, The author was engaged in a business involving cobalt, which could be used for colouring glass and printing on pottery, at Sutton Heath. View Volume

Aughton enclosure in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: The struggle for superiority
Author: A. P. Coney
Volume: 136 (1987-0) Pages: 59-81, map. View Volume

James Worrall, rector of Aughton. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 94-0, View Volume

Martin Hall, Burscough
Author: J. Bailey
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 141-143, illus. Includes information on Aughton church. View Volume

Some notes on Aughton
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 72-96, illus. View Volume

The Anglian cross-head at Aughton and other recent discoveries there
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 151-180, illus., plan. View Volume

The fifteenth-century angels bearing shields of arms, from Aughton church
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 146-150, illus. View Volume

Sir Roderick Murchison and the Australian gold fields
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 77-80, View Volume

The gold fields of Australia
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 17-32, diag. View Volume

On autographs
Author: N. Waterhouse
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 63-86, View Volume

[Extract from the will of the founder of the grammar school at Great Crosby, John Harrison]
Author: Avison, T.
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 25-27, View Volume

Biographical notice of Ann Lee, a Manchester prophetess and foundress of the American sect of the Shakers
Author: Axon, William E. A.
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 51-56, View Volume

Some account of a curious astronomical, astrological, and medical ms. in the Chetham Library, Manchester
Author: J. Harland. With additions by W. E. Axon
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 1-8, illus. View Volume

Sunday in Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: Axon, William E. A.
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 43-84, View Volume

Thomas Lurting: A Liverpool worthy
Author: Axon, William E. A.
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 21-28, Thomas Lurting was a Quaker. View Volume

Notice of recent discoveries at Chester, in a letter from William Ayrton esq., of Chester
Author: Ayrton, William
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 79-83, illus., plan. This is followed by an unsigned paragraph on Roman Chester. View Volume