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Earle of Allerton Tower
Author: T. A. Earle
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 15-76, ports., pedigrees. Includes information on the Finch, Willis and Mort families and portraits of the Earle family. View Volume

The Earle collection: Records of a Liverpool family of merchants and shipowners
Author: D. Littler
Volume: 146 (1997-0) Pages: 93-106, Papers at the Merseyside Maritime Museum. View Volume

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

The child marriage of Richard, second Viscount Molyneux, with some notices of his life, from contemporary documents
Author: T. A. Earle and R. D. Radcliffe
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 245-278,

Bell-founders in Lancashire and Cheshire and the adjacent counties, in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Author: Earwaker, J. P.
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 161-180, 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

Roman remains in the eastern part of Cheshire
Author: Earwaker, J. P.
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 81-90, View Volume

The mock corporation of Rochdale
Author: Earwaker, J. P.
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 93-120, View Volume

The 'Progress' of the Duke of Monmouth in Cheshire, in September, 1682
Author: Earwaker, J. P.
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 71-96,

Armorial panels in Eastham church
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 212-213, illus. 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

Eaton, Cheshire and Eaton, Bucks.
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 83-84, View Volume

Landlord control and motivation in the parliamentary enclosure of St. Mary's-on-the-hill parish, Chester
Author: P. J. W. Higson
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 93-116, illus., maps. Eaton Hall is illustrated. View Volume

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

Eccleston church in Leyland
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 19-65, illus., map, plan. View Volume

A Lancashire document of 1651
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 119-121, Warrant addressed to officers of ports and customs to allow Henry Eccleston of Eccleston (Prescot) to leave England. View Volume

Eccleston Park, near Prescot - formerly Pitman's Farm
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 136-137, View Volume

A Lancashire document of 1651
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 119-121, Warrant addressed to officers of ports and customs to allow Henry Eccleston of Eccleston (Prescot) to leave England. View Volume

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

Original letter, giving a contemporary relation of the death of Charles II.
Author: Edisbury, John
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 231-2, by Sir E. Cust. The letter was written by John Edisbury of Erthigg [Erddig].

The mediaeval bedposts in Broughton church, Chester
Author: W. F. J. Timbrell
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 228-244, illus., pedigrees. Includes pedigrees of the Neville and Ednyfed Fychan families. View Volume

[Blackrod school]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 212-215, View Volume

[Peter Carter of Whalley and Preston, master of Bolton grammar school 1573]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 212-215, View Volume

A Lancaster grammar school master
Author:
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 73-74, View Volume

A preliminary register of old schools in Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: P. J. Wallis
Volume: 120 (1968-0) Pages: 1-21, graph, tables. View Volume

A sketch of the origin and early history of the Liverpool Blue Coat Hospital [Part 1]
Author: J. R. Hughes
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 163-186, [Part 2] 13 (1860-1861) pp. 71-102, table; [Part 3] 16 (1863-1864) pp. 57-78. View Volume

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

An account of Wallasey, based on that of Mr. Robinson, schoolmaster there, 1720; with notes on the parish, and extracts from the registers
Author: W. C. A. Pritt
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 1-62, front, illus., plan. Includes much about the parish church.

An early Lancashire adult school
Author: T. Kelly
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 128-147, illus., table. Chorley adult school. View Volume

An old register of Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby
Author: Rev. C. F. Russell
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 70-77, View Volume

Description of an ancient copy book of the time of Charles II.
Author:
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 127-130, illus. View Volume

Education in Lancashire and Cheshire, 1640-1660
Author: C. D. Rogers
Volume: 123 (1971-0) Pages: 39-56, table, graph. View Volume

Elementary education in a Lancashire village: Winwick schools before 1870
Author: P. Andrews
Volume: 122 (1970-0) Pages: 91-104, illus. View Volume

Facts and suggestions connected with primary education, with illustrations from the borough of Liverpool
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 35-54, View Volume

Malpas grammar school
Author:
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 194-211, View Volume

'Not inferiour to any in this part of our kingdom': Woolton Academy and the English career of the Reverend Bartholomew Booth, schoolmaster
Author: M. Whitehead
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 19-53, View Volume

Notes on the Merchant Taylors' schools at Great Crosby, Lancashire
Author: T. Goffey
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 131-172, illus., table.

Notes, historical and antiquarian, relating to Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. H. Gibson
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 67-82, Includes information on a sermon preached by Christopher Basnett and dedicated to Bryan Blundell, the founder of the Blue Coat Hospital. View Volume

Old Swan charity school
Author: J. Hoult
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 255-262, View Volume

On the advantages of the study of natural history, in our national or people's schools
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 241-242, View Volume

On the education of the deaf and dumb in Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: D. Buxton
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 91-102, illus. View Volume

On the foundation and history of Boteler's Free Grammar School at Warrington
Author: J. F. Marsh
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 51-74, illus. View Volume

Ormskirk Grammar School: The first minute book, 1613-1890
Author: J. R. Bate
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 91-114, illus. View Volume

Prescot Grammar School in Elizabethan times: A sidelight on the Reformation in Lancashire
Author: F. A. Bailey
Volume: 86 (1934-0) Pages: 1-20, View Volume

Schools and schoolmasters [in Lancashire]. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 156-157, View Volume

Settlement of university men in great towns: University settlements in Manchester and Liverpool
Author: M. E. Rose
Volume: 139 (1990-0) Pages: 137-160, The university settlements' founders aimed to settle the educated, privileged youth among urban poor. View Volume

Some early head masters at Merchant Taylors' School, Great Crosby
Author: Rev. C. F. Russell
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 123-130, pedigrees. View Volume

The ancient chapel of Toxteth Park and Toxteth School
Author: L. Hall
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 23-57, illus. (incl. front.), table. View Volume

The early history of Manchester College
Author: G. M. Ditchfield
Volume: 123 (1971-0) Pages: 81-104, The College was a dissenting academy to give a general education to lay students and to train ministers. The article considers the diary of Samuel Pipe-Wolferstan of Staffordshire, whose son was a pupil. View Volume

The early history of the Lancashire family of Pilkington, and its branches, from 1066 to 1600.
Author: Lieut. Colonel J. Pilkington
Volume: 45 (1893-0) Pages: 159-218, illus. (incl. port.), pedigree.Includes information on Rivington School. View Volume

The English poor law system, viewed in relation to education and morals, in England and Wales.
Author: Rev. T. Moore
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 181-192, View Volume

The formation of the Gallery of Art in the Liverpool Royal Institution, 1816-1819
Author: E. Morris
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 87-98, View Volume

The grammar school, Burnley
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 19-34, 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 origin and history of the Warrington Blue Coat School
Author: John Bowes
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 89-126, illus., table. View Volume

The religious problem in English education: The crucial experiment. By James Murphy.
Author: A. R. Myers
Volume: 111 (1959-0) Pages: 202-207, ports. Book review. Includes portraits of William Rathbone and Rev. Hugh M'Neile. View Volume

The Rise of Public Elementary Education in Liverpoo, Part Two, 1819-35
Author: Murphy, James
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 105-0, View Volume

The Rise of Public Elementary Education in Liverpool: Part One, 1784-1818
Author: Murphy, James
Volume: 116 (1965-0) Pages: 167-196, View Volume

Warrington local sketches
Author: J. Kendrick. [Part 2]
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 33-42, front. Includes information on Winwick grammar school. View Volume

Notes on the classification of human knowledge, with especial reference to the methods which have been adopted, or proposed, for the arrangement or cataloguing of libraries
Author: Edwards, Edward
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 61-96, View Volume

Some remarks on the Lords Lieutenant of the county palatine of Chester, from the Restoration to the year 1690
Author: Egerton, Sir Philip Grey.
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 125-136, illus. View Volume

‘A Plethora of First Class Political Oratory’:\r\nThe Home Rule By-Election in Rossendale, 1892
Author: Dunleavy, John
Volume: 158 (2009-0) Pages: 135-158,

'A mad hatter contest from beginning to end': Randolph Churchill and the Wavertree by-election, February 1935
Author: D. Dutton
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 179-202, View Volume

Fresh light on the Liverpool election of 1670. From original letters of the Moore family recently acquired by the Liverpool Public Library
Author: E. B. Saxton
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 54-68, View Volume

Notes, historical and antiquarian, relating to Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. H. Gibson
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 67-82, Includes information the election of Thomas Leyland at Liverpool in 1816. View Volume

Some account of the Liverpool election of 1670; from original documents in the possession of John Ireland Blackburne, Esq., of Hale
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 4-17, appendix pp. 1-26, illus., map. View Volume

Some notes on the Liverpool election of 1806
Author: G. W. Mathews
Volume: 79 (1927-0) Pages: 74-85, port. View Volume

The freeman voter in Liverpool, 1802-1835
Author: E. M. Menzies
Volume: 124 (1972-0) Pages: 85-107, View Volume

The parliamentary election at Chester, 1621
Author: J. K. Gruenfelder
Volume: 120 (1968-0) Pages: 35-44, View Volume

The politics of Liverpool 1660-88
Author: M. Mullett
Volume: 124 (1972-0) Pages: 31-56, View Volume

'To dwell together in unity': The search for agreement in Preston politics 1660-1690
Author: M. Mullett
Volume: 125 (1974-0) Pages: 61-81, View Volume

Municipal precedence in the sixteenth century
Author: E. M. Hance
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 153-155, View Volume

The burgess rolls of Liverpool during the 16th century
Author: E. M. Hance and T. N. Morton
Volume: 35 (1883-0) Pages: 147-186, View Volume

The burgess rolls of Liverpool during the 17th century
Author: E. M. Hance and T. N. Morton
Volume: 36 (1884-0) Pages: 129-158, View Volume

Electrical supply and the borough council in Widnes, 1899-1911
Author: J. Tully
Volume: 138 (1989-0) Pages: 159-179, illus., map. View Volume

The medieval fonts of the hundreds of West Derby and Wirral
Author: Ellis, John W.
Volume: 53 (1901-0) Pages: 59-80, 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

Early recorded mayors of Liverpool. An original list with documentary authorities
Author: Elton, John
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 119-130,

Liverpool lists of emigrants to America, 1697-1706
Author: Elton, John
Volume: 53 (1901-0) Pages: 179-188, View Volume

Origin of the mayoral allowance at Liverpool and Chester
Author: Elton, John
Volume: 53 (1901-0) Pages: 81-92, View Volume

The chapel of St. Mary del Key, Liverpool
Author: Elton, John
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 73-118, illus. See also 55-6 (1903-4) pp. 328-31.

William the son of Adam. First recorded mayor of Liverpool
Author: Elton, John
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 114-132, pedigrees. 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

The Wavertree enclosure act, 1768
Author: I. Leach
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 43-59, illus., plan. 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

Communication re tilting ground at Gawsworth
Author: R. Brooke
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 135-136, View Volume

Original letter, giving a contemporary relation of the death of Charles II.
Author:
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 231-232, by Sir E. Cust. The letter was written by John Edisbury of Erthigg [Erddig].

Duxbury in decline: The fortunes of a landed estate, 1756-1932
Author: W. Walker
Volume: 140 (1991-0) Pages: 33-45, View Volume

The nineteenth-century landowner as urban developer: The Clifton estate and the development of Lytham-St. Annes
Author: G. Rogers
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 117-150, map, plan. View Volume

On the history of naval terms [Part 1]
Author: Rev. J. S. Howson.
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 176-86, [Part 2]. 6 (1853-4) pp. 136-45. View Volume

The history of the English word 'serjeant'
Author: H. S. Gardner
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 29-42, View Volume

Euxton chapel
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 21-54, illus., plan. View Volume

Euxton market
Author: E. C. Woods
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 70-73, illus. 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

Thomas Fulljames: Am almost-forgotten Gloucestershire architect, and his work in Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: Brian Carne & Martin J. Crossley Evans
Volume: 152 (2003-0) Pages: 133-152,

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

John de Everdon
Author: T. H. Hill
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 104-107, Fourteenth century rector of Manchester. View Volume

[The Everton beacon]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 147-151, View Volume

[Notes including description of an ancient Egyptian object and of a Book of Hours, the latter in the Mayer Museum in Liverpool and once belonging to the Ewer family of Middlesex]
Author: C. T. Gatty
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 157-163, illus. View Volume

Maps and plans of Liverpool and district by the Eyes family of surveyors.
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 62 (1910-0) Pages: 143-174, With appendices containing particulars of some thirty-seven local surveys etc. illus., table. View Volume

Notes, historical and antiquarian, relating to Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. H. Gibson
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 67-82, Includes information on the bookplate of Charles Eyes of Liverpool. View Volume

A littoral survey of the port of Liverpool
Author: Edward Eyes
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 171-246, With additions and emendations from the original note books. [Contributed by J. Boult]. Being a survey and account of the encroachments and embankments, with other memoranda relative to the strand of the Mersey, commencing at Hilbre Island, situate in the entrance of the River Dee, and extending over each township in the County of Chester to Frodsham and Warrington bridges, and thence over each township in the county of Lancaster to Formby Point. It is difficult to tell which parts of the article are a transcript of Eyes' work and which are comments by Joseph Boult. View Volume

Note on a portrait at Crosby Hall
Author: F. Tyrer
Volume: 120 (1968-0) Pages: 143-0, The portrait is of Rowland Eyre, and was printed in 117 (1965) pp. 17-32. View Volume