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The excavation of a bloomery furnace at Hackensall
Author: R. F. Taylor
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 83-88, illus. View Volume

Sir Roger Bradshaigh's letter-book
Author:
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 120-173, View Volume

On the coins forming a necklace, found in S. Martin's church yard, Canterbury. And now in the Mayer Museum at Liverpool
Author: Haigh, Daniel Henry
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 91-116, View Volume

Death of a minister: an episode of Victorian Noconformity in the North-West
Author: Grace Shouder and P. E. H. Hair
Volume: 144 (1995-0) Pages: 153-180, View Volume

The first Liverpool men in west Africa?
Author: P.E.H. Hair
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 149-153, Discusses the will of Nicholas Bray, and evidence that he was a 16th century Liverpool mariner. View Volume

Ancient glass from Hale Hall, Lancashire
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 259-260, illus. View Volume

Curates of Hale chapel. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 229-0, Hale in Lancashire. View Volume

Hale Hall glass
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 117-118, View Volume

The ancient painted glass from Hale Hall
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 203-205, illus. View Volume

The 'Child of Hale' (John Middleton); some portraits
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 86 (1934-0) Pages: 73-83, illus., ports. View Volume

The origin of the Irelands of Hale
Author: W. F. Irvine
Volume: 52 (1900-0) Pages: 139-146, View Volume

Halewood township: A community in the early eighteenth century
Author: J. E. Hollinshead
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 15-36, maps, tables, graph. View Volume

Charcoal ironmasters of Cheshire and Lancashire, 1600-1785
Author: B. G. Awty
Volume: 109 (1957-0) Pages: 71-124, map, tables, pedigrees. View Volume

Glimpses of life in Liverpool during the reign of George IV
Author: Hall, Lawrence
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 57-76, Extracts from letters of the Holt family. View Volume

Lawrence Hall. [Obituary]
Author: J. A. T[wemlow?]
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 219-223, View Volume

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

The birth-place of Jeremiah Horrocks in Toxteth Park
Author: Hall, Lawrence
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 249-255, illus. 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 the old halls of Wirral
Author: W. F. Irvine
Volume: 53 (1901-0) Pages: 93-130, illus. View Volume

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

The lesser halls and manor houses of Lancashire
Author: J. A. Waite
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 171-192, illus. View Volume

The lesser-known gatehouses and gateways of Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. A. Waite
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 77-110, illus. Gateways to old buildings.

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

[Aston Hall]. The memorial inscriptions in Hawarden parish church. [With appendix on] arms at Aston Hall, Hawarden
Author: W. B. Jones
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 169-206, illus. View Volume

[Bewsey Hall]. Warrington local sketches
Author:
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 115-130, illus., plan. Includes information on Bewsey Hall. View Volume

[Bidston Hall]. A history of the old parish of Bidston, Cheshire. [Part 1]
Author:
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 133-199, illus., port., map; [Part 2] 88 (1936) pp. 1-141, front., illus., plan, pedigrees. Information about Bidston Hall is included. View Volume

[Borwick Hall]. Borwick Hall
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 21-36, front. View Volume

[Bradley Old Hall]. Warrington local sketches
Author:
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 115-130, illus., plan. Includes information on Bradley Old Hall. View Volume

[Broughton Hall, Craven]. Schedule of deeds, chiefly relating to Warrington, late the property of the Mascys of Rixton, now preserved in the muniment room at Broughton Hall, in Craven
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 156-176, View Volume

[Elworth Hall]. Raven of Elworth. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 179-180, A heraldic achievement of Raven of Elworth Hall, Sandbach. View Volume

[Garston Hall]. Some account of Garston, and of the ancient chapel of St. Michael formerly existing there
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 121-142, front., illus., plan. The frontispiece is an illustration of Garston Hall. View Volume

[Gawsworth Hall]. An account of the tilting-ground at Gawsworth, Cheshire
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 200-210, illus., plan. View Volume

[Hale Hall]. Ancient glass from Hale Hall, Lancashire
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 259-260, illus. View Volume

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

[Handford Old Hall]. On Handford Old Hall, in Cheshire, formerly the residence of the ancient family of Brereton, with an account of Cheadle church, in that county, and of the monuments of the Breretons in it
Author: R. Brooke
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 41-54, View Volume

[Holford Hall, nr. Plumley]. Holford Hall
Author: A. Wolfgang
Volume: 59 (1907-0) Pages: 161-0, illus. View Volume

[Knowsley Hall]. A masque at Knowsley
Author: R. J. Broadbent
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 1-16, View Volume

[Lea Hall]. Notes taken in the churches of Preston, Manchester, Eccles, Winwick, Farnworth [near Widnes], Sephton, and Hale, in the county of Lancaster; some by Thomas Chaloner, in or about the year 1591, and others by Randle Holme, in the years 1636 and 1652; and notes taken at Lea Hall, in the same county.
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 203-230, illus. Mainly heraldic information.

[Leighton Hall]. On the value of archaeology in legal matters
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 46 (1894-0) Pages: 57-70, plan. Relates to a pew claimed by Leighton Hall in Warton church.

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1872 , and Liverpool notabilia
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 113-152, illus., pedigree. Includes information on Lathom House. View Volume

Broughton Tower, near Preston. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 154-0, View Volume

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

Crosby Hall, Lancashire
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 1-37, front, illus. plan. View Volume

Cross Hall, Liverpool. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 274-0, View Volume

Edge Lane Hall
Author: C. R. Hand
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 180-189, illus., map. View Volume

Hale Hall glass
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 117-118, View Volume

Holford Hall
Author: A. Wolfgang
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 255-256, illus., plan. View Volume

Notes on the history of Hall i' th' Wood and its owners
Author: W. F. Irvine
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 1-41, illus. (incl. front.), plan, pedigree. 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

The ancient painted glass from Hale Hall
Author: P. Nelson
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 203-205, illus. View Volume

An Altcar tithes dispute in the fourteenth century
Author: A. Cottam
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 136-162, illus. A dispute between parties including the rector of Halsall and Merevale abbey. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1873, and Liverpool notabilia
Author:
Volume: 26 (1873-1874) Pages: 83-112, illus. Includes details of finds at Halsall. View Volume

Ecclesiastical memoranda as to Halsall
Author: W. F. Irvine
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 241-252, View Volume

Notes on Halsall church
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 233-240, illus., plans. 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

Halsall family. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 154-0, The family had lands in Brereton, Cheshire. View Volume

Chesshyre's Library, Halton
Author: C. Madeley
Volume: 49 (1897-0) Pages: 176-177, View Volume

The manor of Halton
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 65-76, Halton near Lancaster.

Ferryman's privilege at Hambleton. In Stray notes.
Author: R. S. F[rance]
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 216-0, View Volume

Hambleton chapel. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 231-0, View Volume

Extracts from the parish records of Upton
Author: Hance, Edward M.
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 141-148, View Volume

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

Notes on the ancient Cheshire families of Bennett of Saughall Massey and Bennett of Barnston, with their collateral branches
Author: Hance, Edward M.
Volume: 38 (1886-0) Pages: 37-148, illus. (incl. front.) View Volume

Extracts from the registers of the parish church of St. Hilary, Wallasey, with notes thereupon
Author: Hance, Edward M. and MORTON, Thomas Naylor
Volume: 35 (1883-0) Pages: 37-128, illus. (front.)., table, pedigrees. View Volume

The burgess rolls of Liverpool during the 16th century
Author: Hance, Edward M. and MORTON, Thomas Naylor
Volume: 35 (1883-0) Pages: 147-186, View Volume

The burgess rolls of Liverpool during the 17th century. Part 1.
Author: Hance, Edward M. and MORTON, Thomas Naylor
Volume: 36 (1884-0) Pages: 129-158, View Volume

A Liverpool castle token
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 1-11, front, illus., plans. View Volume

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

Charles R. Hand. (Born 12 July 1859; died 24 February 1939). [Obituary].
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 213-214, View Volume

Edge Lane Hall
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 180-189, illus., map. View Volume

John Fletcher and the Stranger in Chester
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 219-239, port. Records a tour from Liverpool to Holywell, and includes material on Chester newspaper history. View Volume

Joseph Williamson: The King of Edge Hill Part I.
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 1-23, illus., port. (front.); [Part 2] 79 (1927) pp. 86-111, illus. (incl. ports.). Includes information on tunnels under houses. View Volume

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

The brothers Beattie and their drawings of old Liverpool
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 123-145, illus. View Volume

The Kitty's Amelia, the last Liverpool slaver
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 69-80, View Volume

The Norris chapel at Childwall
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 69 (1917-0) Pages: 64-67, illus. View Volume

Three local windmills
Author: Hand, Charles R.
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 33-43, illus. Mills at Liverpool, Toxteth and West Derby. View Volume

Richard Brooke of Handford vel Handforth, and Liverpool, F.S.A. Some notes concerning his lineage and connections
Author: R. C. Lockett
Volume: 62 (1910-0) Pages: 175-181, View Volume

Stone axe found at Weston Point
Author: Handley, William
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 326-327, illus. View Volume

Notes on the Hardman family
Author: H. Fishwick
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 77-80, View Volume

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

Discovery of a Roman hoard in east Lancashire
Author: Hardwick, Charles
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 279-282, Find at Walmersley. View Volume

Further discovery of remains at the Roman station, Walton-le-Dale, near Preston
Author: Hardwick, Charles
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 352-0, View Volume

On the ancient castle at Bury, Lancashire
Author: Hardwick, Charles
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 17-32, View Volume

On the Roman remains recently discovered at Walton-le-Dale, near Preston
Author: Hardwick, Charles
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 127-140, illus., map. View Volume

The early inhabitants of Lancashire and the neighbouring counties, and remains of their mythology and local nomenclature
Author: Hardwick, Charles
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 139-162, View Volume

Lord Harington and Conishead
Author:
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 152-154, Lord William Harington. View Volume

The Harington monument in Cartmel church
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 147-154, front. View Volume

A Lancashire charm, in cypher, against witchcraft and evil spirits
Author: Harland, John
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 81-85, illus. Found at West Bradford, near Clitheroe. View Volume

Account of the grant of free warren, by Henry III, to Thomas Gresley, sixth baron of Manchester
Author: Harland, John
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 44-56, View Volume

An essay on songs and ballads; illustrated by examples from Shakespeare, and those current in Lancashire
Author: J. Harland and T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 23 (1870-1871) Pages: 87-118, View Volume

On a charter of feoffment of Gorton, by Thomas la Warr, clerk, 12th Baron of Manchester, to Thomas [Longley] bishop of Durham, and others. Dated 20th May, 10th Henry V, [A.D. 1422]
Author: J. Harland
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 19-22, View Volume

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

The Harrington estate in Liverpool. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 228-0, View Volume

The Seaside Resorts of Westmoreland and Lancashire North of the Sands in the Nineteenth Century
Author: Harris, Alan
Volume: 115 (1964-0) Pages: 147-162, View Volume

Brian Ernest Harris. [Obituary]
Author: A. Thacker
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 173-0, View Volume

Criminal Procedure in Cheshire in the mid fifteenth century
Author: B. E. Harris and Dorothy J. Clayton
Volume: 128 (1979-0) Pages: 161-172, View Volume

Michael Hughes of Sutton. The influence of Welsh copper on Lancashire business, 1780-1815
Author: Harris, J. R.
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 139-167, illus. (incl. port.), diags. View Volume

The early steam engine on Merseyside
Author: Harris, J. R.
Volume: 106 (1954-0) Pages: 109-116, 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

The Hughes papers. Lancashire social life, 1780-1824
Author: Harris, J. R.
Volume: 103 (1951-0) Pages: 113-118, illus. View Volume

An early Liverpool postmaster
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 197-0, View Volume

Banastre Tarleton, cricketer. In Stray notes.
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 151-0, View Volume

First mention of a Liverpool mayor
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 127-0, View Volume

Henry Berry (1720-1812): Liverpool's second dock engineer.
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 91-116, plan (facing p. 89), [and] Further information concerning Henry Berry (1720-1812). 90 (1938) pp. 197-8. 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

Paradise Street, Liverpool: The derivation of the name
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 143-144, Includes reference to Thomas Steers. View Volume

Robert Adam (1728-1792), architect, and Woolton Hall, Liverpool. With appendix by R. S. France: The conveyance of Woolton Hall, 1771.
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 102 (1950-0) Pages: 161-181, illus., port. View Volume

Sarah Clayton's letter and John Wood of Bath
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 55-72, illus. Sarah Clayton of Liverpool. Relates to Capesthorne Hall. View Volume

Sir John Soane (1753-1837), architect, and Halsnead Hall, Whiston
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 106 (1954-0) Pages: 153-158, illus. View Volume

Stanley Arthur Harris 1891-1991. [Obituary]
Author: J. B. Gnosspelius
Volume: 140 (1991-0) Pages: 241-243, Includes a list of his papers in the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. View Volume

The countess of Southampton at Sefton, 1668. In Stray notes.
Author: S. A. H[arris]
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 216-217, View Volume

The old Woolton summer house, and the question of Woolton beacon
Author: Harris, Stanley A.
Volume: 94 (1942-0) Pages: 111-120, illus. View Volume

Who designed Capesthorne Hall?
Author: S.A. Harris
Volume: 121 (1969-0) Pages: 43-45, View Volume

The ancestry of Cuthbert Harrison
Author: R. Walker
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 125-126, Cuthbert Harrison was a nonconformist minister in the Fylde. View Volume

Memorial brass at Clitheroe. In Stray notes.
Author: Harrisson, John
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 275-0, Memorial to John Harrisson. View Volume

Fishing stalls in the south-west Lancashire coast
Author: Sylvia A Harrop
Volume: 131 (1982-0) Pages: 160-164, View Volume

Notes on the parish and church of Harthill
Author: G. W. Mathews
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 38-50, illus., plan. View Volume

Roman Walton-le-Dale. Excavation report for the years 1947-1957
Author: E. E. Pickering
Volume: 109 (1957-0) Pages: 1-46, illus., plans, diags. Includes 'The Samian pottery', by B. R. Hartley. View Volume

On the importance of testing chronometers before they are used at sea, with examples to show how their most common faults may be detected
Author: Hartnup, John
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 11-20, tables. View Volume

On the method of testing marine meteorological instruments recently introduced at Liverpool Observatory
Author: Hartnup, John
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 109-114, View Volume

Results deduced from observations, taken with the self-registering anemometer and rain-gauge, at the Liverpool Observatory, during the four years ending December 31, 1855
Author: Hartnup, John
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 212-216, tables, graphs. View Volume

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

The impact and development of Manchester’s water supply, 1568-1882
Author: J. A. Hassan
Volume: 133 (1984-0) Pages: 25-46, View Volume

The politics of water in early and mid-Victorian Britain: The experience of Bolton
Author: John Hassan and Peter Taylor
Volume: 148 (1999-0) Pages: 119-146, View Volume

The Ribchester 'temple'
Author: Haverfield, F.
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 197-202,

An armorial bench end in Hawarden church
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 171-176, illus. View Volume

Note on a palimpsest brass in Hawarden church
Author: M. Stephenson
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 320-322, illus. View Volume

The memorial inscriptions in Hawarden parish church. [With appendix on] arms at Aston Hall, Hawarden
Author: W. B. Jones
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 169-206, illus. View Volume

Three cruck buildings in Lancashire and Cheshire. [Includes] School House Farm, Up Holland
Author: G. H. A. Bankes and J. P. Haworth
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 33-57, illus., plans. View Volume

Nathaniel Hawthorne's house in Rock Park
Author: G. T. Shaw
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 109-112, View Volume

Edward Hayes, Liverpool colonial pioneer
Author: D. B. Quinn
Volume: 111 (1959-0) Pages: 25-45, illus. View Volume

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

A history of plague in Lancashire
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 1-175, map. View Volume

Duncan and the cholera test: Public health in mid nineteenth century Liverpool
Author: G. Kearns, P. Laxton and J. Campbell
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 87-115, tables, diag. View Volume

Health and society on Merseyside: Some historical perspectives
Author: G. Kearns and S. Sheard
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 85-86, Introductory note to following papers. View Volume

Housing and health in Liverpool, 1870-1940
Author: C. G. Pooley and S. Irish
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 193-219, maps, tables. View Volume

Local boards of health in Lancashire 1848-1858
Author: E. Midwinter
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 167-180, table. View Volume

Nineteenth-century housing in Wigan and St. Helens
Author: J. T. Jackson
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 125-143, illus., maps, plans, diags. View Volume

Plague in perspective: The case of Manchester in 1605
Author: T. S. Willan
Volume: 132 (1983-0) Pages: 29-40, diag. View Volume

Plague, poverty and population in parts of north-west England, 1580-1720
Author: W. G. Howson
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 29-55, diags. 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

Temporary licence to bury in St. Nicholas' cemetery, Liverpool, and commission of dedication, 1361-1362
Author:
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 328-331, Due to plague. View Volume

The court and cellar dwelling: The eighteenth century origin of the Liverpool slum
Author: I. C. Taylor
Volume: 122 (1970-0) Pages: 67-90, illus., maps, plan, tables. View Volume

The development of municipal infant welfare services in St. Helens, 1868-1914
Author: R. A. Hawes
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 165-191, tables. View Volume

'The means of cleanliness'. The provision of baths and wash-houses in early Victorian Liverpool
Author: J. Calvert
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 117-136, illus., plans, table. View Volume

The Widnes Local Board of Health, 1865-1892
Author: J. R. Hunt
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 213-224, illus., table. View Volume

Water and health: The formation and exploitation of the relationship in Liverpool, 1847-1900
Author: S. Sheard
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 141-163, View Volume

Working-class housing in Barrow and Lancaster 1880-1930
Author: E. Roberts
Volume: 127 (1978-0) Pages: 109-132, tables. 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

Two fifteenth-century kinsmen. John Shaw of Dukinfield, mercer, and William Shaw of Heath Charnock, surgeon
Author: R. C. Shaw
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 15-30, illus. View Volume

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

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

The birthplace of Mrs. Hemans
Author: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 204-211, Contributions by George T. Shaw and John Hughes.

The Hemans memorial tablet
Author: G. T. Shaw
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 203-0,

The Liverpool homes of Mrs. Hemans
Author: G. T. Shaw
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 123-134, illus. View Volume

The American Chamber of Commerce for the port of Liverpool, 1801-1908
Author: Henderson, W. O.
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 1-61, port. Includes portrait of James Maury, the first American consul in Liverpool. View Volume

The cotton famine in Lancashire
Author: Henderson, W. O.
Volume: 84 (1932-0) Pages: 37-62, table. View Volume

A calendar of printed grants of arms, grants of crests, grants of augmentations, and exemplifications of arms
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 52 (1900-0) Pages: 221-252, View Volume

A grant of arms to Urmston, Lancs.
Author: H. E. Tomlinson
Volume: 94 (1942-0) Pages: 129-131, illus. View Volume

A manuscript containing Lancashire church notes and trickings of arms, made in the years 1564 to 1598; rendered in blazon
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 255-274, View Volume

Additional notes on the ancient seal of Liverpool
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 217-224, View Volume

An armorial bench end in Hawarden church
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 171-176, illus. View Volume

An attempt to classify and date the various shapes found in heraldic shields - principally in England, with incidental datings
Author: G. Grazebrook
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 1-76, illus. View Volume

An index of Lancashire heraldry
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 101-132, 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 the seal and arms of the borough of Liverpool. View Volume

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

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

Arms of Pendlebury of Snydale. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 154-0, View Volume

Canting arms in Cheshire
Author: E. E. Dorling
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 72-78, illus. View Volume

Deus nobis haec otia fecit. Some notes on Liverpool's motto
Author: S. A. Harris
Volume: 116 (1964-0) Pages: 1-17, View Volume

Disclaimers at the heralds' visitations
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 63-90,

Exemplification and confirmation of the Booth arms and quarterings by Robert Cooke, esquire, Clarenceux King of Arms, to William Booth, esquire, of London, 1st. April 1580; 21st. Elizabeth
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 105-108, illus. View Volume

Foreign quarterings in Lancashire shields
Author: Rev. A. E. P. Gray
Volume: 39 (1887-0) Pages: 1-10, errata p. 58, illus. View Volume

Genealogical notes upon the family of Baron Henry de Worms, sometime Member of Parliament for East Toxteth
Author: B. B. B. Benas
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 143-158, illus., port. View Volume

Note to 'Some armorial house tablets in Cheshire'
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 214-0, illus. View Volume

Notes on book-plates (ex-libris), with special reference to Lancashire and Cheshire examples, and a proposed nomenclature for the shapes of shields
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 1-76, 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

Notes on the ancient Cheshire families of Bennett of Saughall Massey and Bennett of Barnston, with their collateral branches
Author: E. M. Hance
Volume: 38 (1886-0) Pages: 37-148, illus. (incl. front.) View Volume

Notes on the parish and church of Harthill
Author: G. W. Mathews
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 38-50, illus., plan. View Volume

Notes taken in the churches of Preston, Manchester, Eccles, Winwick, Farnworth [near Widnes], Sephton, and Hale, in the county of Lancaster; some by Thomas Chaloner, in or about the year 1591, and others by Randle Holme, in the years 1636 and 1652; and notes taken at Lea Hall, in the same county
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 203-230, illus. Mainly heraldic informationnotes taken at Lea Hall, in the same county. By J. P. Rylands. 50 (1898) pp. 203-30, illus. Mainly heraldic information.

On an old armorial panel painting, exhibited by Mr. J. Harris Gibson, 20th. Feb., 1879
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 177-178, 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

Patents of arms to the Butlers of Bewsey and Kirkland
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 148-158, illus. View Volume

Raven of Elworth. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 179-180, A heraldic achievement of Raven of Elworth Hall, Sandbach. View Volume

Sculptured Clayton arms at Otterspool, formerly in Water Street, Liverpool
Author: R. T. Bailey
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 178-185, illus., plans. William Clayton was a Liverpool M.P. and mayor. View Volume

Some armorial house-tablets in Lancashire
Author: J. P. Rylands and W. F. Price
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 99-104, illus. (incl. front.); 60 (1908) pp. 154-9, illus. View Volume

Some Cheshire heraldic documents
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 160-170, illus., [and] Illustrations to 'Some heraldic Cheshire documents', by J. P. Rylands. 61 (1909) p. 215, illus. View Volume

Some Cheshire heraldic documents, from the Ashmole manuscripts
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 62 (1910-0) Pages: 119-142, illus. View Volume

Some Lancashire and Cheshire heraldic documents
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 178-219, illus. 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 armorial bearings of the City of Liverpool
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 1-14, illus. (incl. front.). View Volume

The Claytons, of Thelwall and Sheepcroft, co. Chester; of St. Dominick's abbey and Doneraile, co. Cork; and subsequently of Mallow, co. Cork
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 35-52, illus., pedigrees. Includes coat of arms and illustrations of seal. View Volume

The earl marshal's court in England; comprising visitations, and the penalties incurred
Author: their neglect, by G. Grazebrook
Volume: 45 (1893-0) Pages: 99-140, The work of the court included heraldic matters. View Volume

The fee of Makerfield; with an account of some of its lords, the barons of Newton
Author: W. Beamont
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 81-130, illus. 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

The heraldry of Huyton church
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 129-138, illus. View Volume

The heraldry of Ormskirk church
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 64-90, illus. View Volume

The heraldry of the font at Holt
Author: E. E. Dorling
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 97-104, illus. View Volume

The Hesketh quarterings. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 213-0, View Volume

The last of the Warrens: Sir George Warren, K.B. (1735-1801)
Author: P. M. Giles
Volume: 140 (1991-0) Pages: 47-78, illus., port. The Warren family of Stockport, Poynton and Woodplumpton. Includes information on armorial bearings. View Volume

The memorial inscriptions in Hawarden parish church. [With appendix on] arms at Aston Hall, Hawarden
Author: W. B. Jones
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 169-206, illus. View Volume

The quest for the Liver bird
Author: J. Wall
Volume: 121 (1969-0) Pages: 1-21, illus. View Volume

The Scrope and Grosvenor controversy, 1385-1391
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 1-22, View Volume

The shields of arms formerly in the windows of the parish church of Lymm, county Chester, as illustrative of the origin of several local coats-of-arms
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 1-12, front. View Volume

Two Lancashire rolls of arms, temp. Edward III and Henry VIII
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 149-160, View Volume

Wirral records of the 17th century
Author: F. C. Beazley
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 76-114, Information on churches, monuments, pedigrees and Dugdale's heraldic visitation of Wirral in 1663-4. A further note appears in 78 (1926) p. 144. View Volume

The Herdman drawings of old Liverpool
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 5-18, front. View Volume

Records of the court baron of North Meols, 1640 and 1643, with observations on the North Meols Court Leet, 1884-1926
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 84 (1932-0) Pages: 11-36, pedigree. View Volume

Notes on the Hesketh pedigree
Author: W. G. Procter
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 58-66, front., pedigrees. View Volume

The Hesketh deeds at Rufford Old Hall, [by F. H. Cheetham]. In Stray notes.
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 152-153, View Volume

The Hesketh quarterings. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 213-0, View Volume

The manor of Rufford and the ancient family of the Heskeths
Author: W. G. Procter
Volume: 59 (1907-0) Pages: 93-118, illus., map. View Volume

The monument to Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bt., at Rufford
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 179-182, illus. View Volume

Correspondence of the Rev. Peter Walkden. Letters from a Lancashire student at Glasgow University during the rebellion of 1715
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 36 (1884-0) Pages: 15-32, The letters were written by Jonathan Woodworth. View Volume

Extracts from the commonplace-books of the Rev. Peter Walkden
Author: J. Bromley
Volume: 37 (1885-0) Pages: 117-140, Includes transcripts of letters. View Volume

The rural life of a Lancashire minister 150 years ago
Author: James Bromley
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 117-142, The diaries of Peter Walkden. View Volume

Some notes on Heysham church and parish
Author: E. M. Grafton
Volume: 56 (1903-1904) Pages: 150-162, illus. View Volume

Nathaniel Heywood, the nonconformist vicar of Ormskirk
Author: J. Dixon
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 159-163, pedigree. View Volume

Notice of the portion of the ms., Harl. MSS., 1927, 10b - 1574-1578 formerly in the possession of Thomas Chaloner, citizen of Chester
Author: Heywood, Thomas
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 87-96, A collection of literary material. View Volume

On the family of Percival, of Allerton, Lancashire
Author: Heywood, Thomas
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 61-66, View Volume

Eight letters relating to Cheshire, of the time of Elizabeth and James I
Author: Hibbert, Thomas Dorning
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 118-127, Letters written by William Bateman to his family in Macclesfield. View Volume

Letters relating to Lancashire and Cheshire; - temp. James I, Charles I and Charles II
Author: Hibbert, Thomas Dorning
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 189-198, Letters found at Rivington Hall. View Volume

Memoranda relating to Lancaster castle, in connection with the presentation [to the society] by Thomas Housman Higgin, esq., Belfast, of two pictures painted previous to the alterations commenced in the year 1780
Author: Higgin, Edward
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 95-102, illus., plan. View Volume

Sketch of the history of the ancient modes of fastening doors
Author: Higgin, Edward
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 57-68, illus. View Volume

On a systematically arranged border for plants
Author: Higgins, Rev. H. H.
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 75-83, Arranging plants for botanical display. View Volume

On the dipterous insects of the district around Liverpool
Author: Higgins, Rev. H. H.
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 199-202, 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

[Dean Nutter. (John Nutter of Goldshaw Booth and Higham Booth, dean of Chester)]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 202-204, View Volume

Hugh, 12th Lord Willoughby of Parham, a leading Lancashire dissenter at and after the Revolution of 1688-9
Author: Philip Higson
Volume: 146 (1997-0) Pages: 31-66, View Volume

Pointers towards the structure of agriculture in Handbridge and Claverton prior to parliamentary enclosure
Author: Higson, Philip J. Willoughby
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 55-86, View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1868
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 199-218, illus. 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 items found. View Volume

Notice of an early conventual cemetery in Wirral
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 271-276, illus. Relates to Hilbre. View Volume

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

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

The Hilbre Cross
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 233-234, illus.

Wilbraham. Parochial notes respecting Waverton, near Chester. [Abstract]
Author: Hill, Rev. J.
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 52-55, appendix pp. 52-5. View Volume

John de Everdon
Author: Hill, T. H.
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 104-107, 14th century rector of Manchester. View Volume

Discovery of Roman coins at Simonswood, in the parish of Kirkby, Lancashire
Author: Hill, W. E.
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 324-325,

On the state of the western portion of the ancient kingdom of Northumberland, down to the period of the Norman conquest
Author: Hinde, John Hodgson
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 1-22, View Volume

Some notes on Hindley chappell [sic]
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 62 (1910-0) Pages: 67-118, ports., plans. View Volume

[A description of the ancient Messedag Stave or Prim Stave, as described by Professor Munch of Copenhagen]
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 258-262, illus. The staves recorded details of calendar and seasons. One was in the possession of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

1888, Boston Athenaeum and Liverpool Athenaeum: The Historic Society and overseas members
Author: J. E. Hollinshead
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 161-167, Boston Athenaeum and Liverpool Athenaeum: The Historic Society and overseas members, by J. E. Hollinshead. 137 (1988) pp. 161-7. View Volume

Address to the members of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 1-12, 20 (1867-8) pp. 1-12; 21 (1868-9) pp. 1-18; 22 (1869-70) pp. 1-18. View Volume

Advertisement [to request members and others to make known to the society any material such as artefacts and documents which they possess, so that they may be studied and recorded]
Author:
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 0-0, pp. iii-vi. View Volume

Catalogue of the museum of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Compiled by Reginald Threlfall Bailey...and Robert Gladstone Jun.
Author: Reginald Threlfall Bailey...and Robert Gladstone
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 222-239, illus. View Volume

Clio, culture and the city: Historical societies in their nineteenth-century urban context
Author: M. E. Rose
Volume: 147 (1998-0) Pages: 139-152, View Volume

Excursion to Preston
Author:
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 254-0, View Volume

Expedition to Hadrian's wall 2-5 September 1963
Author:
Volume: 115 (1963-0) Pages: 184-186, View Volume

Laws
Author:
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 241-251, The society's constitution, together with appendix including balloting lists for 1868. View Volume

Mazer dish [presented by the Society to the President of the British Archaeological Association].
Author: the Society to the President of the British Archaeological Association]
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 259-0, illus. 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. Read before the Society, the Liverpool Geological Society and the Liverpool Biological Society.

On the uses of learned societies, and in particular of the Historic Society
Author: J. T. Danson
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 233-242, View Volume

Origin of the name 'Historic Society'
Author:
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 260-0, View Volume

Preliminary list of honorary local secretaries, for the triennial period ending June, 1893
Author:
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 0-0, p. xxviii. View Volume

Presentation to the Rev. Dr. Hume
Author:
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 297-298, View Volume

Remarks on the little book entitled 'Hymns sacred to the Lord's table'
Author: W. Robson
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 79-80, A book presented to the Society. View Volume

Shakspeare: An oration delivered at the soiree held on the 20th April, 1864, in celebration of the Shakspeare tercentenary
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 43-0, The meeting was held by the Society. View Volume

The Hemans memorial tablet
Author: G. T. Shaw
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 203-0, The tablet was placed by the Society.

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

The York tour - Easter 1979
Author: H. Edwards
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 174-175, View Volume

Tour of the castles and abbeys of Yorkshire 20-24 April 1965
Author:
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 195-201, illus. View Volume

Tour of the castles and churches of Northumbria, Easter 1967
Author:
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 229-234, illus. View Volume

Visit of the British Archaeological Association [to Liverpool and its locality]
Author:
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 238-240, The Society was prominent in this visit. View Volume

A synoptical view of the British authorities - earliest and medieval - on British history
Author: Dr. W. Bell
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 30-40, View Volume

Ancient English streets and scenes
Author: A. Rimmer
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 117-124, View Volume

Chester diocesan records and the local historian
Author: A. T. Thacker
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 149-185, View Volume

Historic parallels
Author: D. Buxton
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 167-176, View Volume

Illustrations of British antiquities, derived from objects found in South America
Author: Rev. A. Hume
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 215-324, illus. View Volume

Lancashire in the time of Charles II
Author:
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 23-42, View Volume

Matthew Gregson and the pursuit of taste
Author: H. A. Taylor
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 157-176, illus., port. View Volume

On comparative philology considered as an aid to history
Author: A. Ramsay
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 105-118, View Volume

On the gains and losses in historic progress
Author: D. Buxton
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 219-224, View Volume

Recent work on the history of Lancashire and Cheshire since the late eighteenth century
Author: J. K. Walton
Volume: 146 (1997-0) Pages: 149-181, Includes an extensive book list. View Volume

The early inhabitants of Lancashire and the neighbouring counties, and remains of their mythology and local nomenclature
Author: C. Hardwick
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 139-162, View Volume

The economic fortunes of a Lancashire town, 1291-1538
Author: I. Sellers
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 192-0, A note on a methodology for assessing the wealth of medieval towns. View Volume

The Faussett museum, as affording materials for history
Author: J. Robson
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 85-98, The museum relates to Kent. View Volume

The materials for the history of the two counties, and the mode of using them
Author: J. Robson
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 199-217, [Part 2] 7 (1854-5) pp. 99-114. Part 1 is particularly concerned with the Roman period, including detail of a Roman inscription found at Manchester, and part 2 deals especially with the Dark Ages. View Volume

The people of the English lake country, their origin, history and character
Author: A. C. Gibson
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 181-194, View Volume

Bound for a new world: emigration of indentured servants via Liverpool to America and the West Indies, 1697-1707
Author: Doreen M. Hockedy
Volume: 144 (1995-0) Pages: 115-136, View Volume

Seneley Green Grammar School, Ashton-in-Makerfield
Author: Hodgkiss, W. J.
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 1-34, illus. View Volume

Three cruck buildings in Lancashire and Cheshire. [Includes] Bird's Barn, Wallasey
Author: David J. Hoey
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 33-57, illus., plans. View Volume

Some instructions to the parish clerk at Preston
Author: Sir Henry Hoghton, bart., 1758, by G. C. Miller
Volume: 102 (1950-0) Pages: 190-191, View Volume

The will of Thomas Holden of Holden, 1441
Author: J. C. Smith
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 257-260, View Volume

Holford Hall
Author: A. Wolfgang
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 255-256, illus., plan. View Volume

Holford Hall
Author: A. Wolfgang
Volume: 59 (1907-0) Pages: 161-0, illus. Near Plumley, Cheshire. View Volume

Rise and growth of Blackpool (1592-1792)
Author: C. Roeder
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 1-18, illus., map (front.).

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

The seaside resorts of Westmorland and Lancashire north of the Sands in the nineteenth century
Author: A. Harris
Volume: 115 (1963-0) Pages: 147-162, illus., maps. View Volume

Chapels of the Mascy foundation at Hollynfare and Warrington
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 77-104, View Volume

Cheshire pedigrees
Author: T. Price
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 217-237, An index to pedigrees in the Holme mss., 'Harl. 1920-2177 etc.', in the British Library. 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 information on Randle Holme. View Volume

Notes taken in the churches of Preston, Manchester, Eccles, Winwick, Farnworth [near Widnes], Sephton, and Hale, in the county of Lancaster; some by Thomas Chaloner, in or about the year 1591, and others by Randle Holme, in the years 1636 and 1652; and notes taken at Lea Hall, in the same county
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 203-230, illus. Mainly heraldic informationnotes taken at Lea Hall, in the same county. By J. P. Rylands. 50 (1898) pp. 203-30, illus. Mainly heraldic information.

The heraldry of the font at Holt
Author: E. E. Dorling
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 97-104, illus. View Volume

Glimpses of life in Liverpool during the reign of George IV
Author: L. Hall
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 57-76, Extracts from letters of the Holt family. View Volume

Biographical notice of a late local antiquary
Author: J. Stonehouse
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 57-63, port. John Holt, the agricultural surveyor. View Volume

Further particulars respecting Mr. John Holt
Author: J. Boardman
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 65-66, View Volume

‘Such a twin likeness there was in the pair’: an investigation into the painting of the Cholmondeley sisters
Author: John T. Hopkins
Volume: 141 (1992-0) Pages: 1-38, View Volume

The mock corporation of Sephton. [Part 1]
Author: Horley, Rev. Engelbert
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 223-46, [Part 2] 34 (1881-2) pp. 25-38. View Volume

Hornby castle
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 105-126, illus. View Volume

Roger de Montbegon and his family
Author: K. S. B. Keats-Rohan
Volume: 144 (1995-0) Pages: 181-185, pedigree. View Volume

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

Horrocks of Toxteth. In Stray notes.
Author: Horrocks, William
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 175-0, View Volume

St. John's hospital, Chester. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 146-0, View Volume

St. Mary Magdalene's hospital, Preston. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 274-0, View Volume

The hospital of St. John at Chester
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 66-106, illus. View Volume

James Hoult, F.R.Hist.S., F.S.A. (Scot.), F.R.S.A. (Ireland). Died 17 March, 1943, in his 79th year. [Obituary].
Author: Hoult, James
Volume: 94 (1942-0) Pages: 132-133, in his 79th year. [Obituary]. 94 (1942) pp. 132-3. View Volume

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

Prescot in Tudor times
Author: Hoult, James
Volume: 79 (1927-0) Pages: 112-118, illus. View Volume

Prescot watch-making in the XVIII century
Author: Hoult, James
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 39-53, illus. View Volume

Travelling post
Author: Hoult, James
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 18-26, View Volume

Housing and health in Liverpool, 1870-1940
Author: C. G. Pooley and S. Irish
Volume: 143 (1994-0) Pages: 193-219, maps, tables. View Volume

Nineteenth-century housing in Wigan and St. Helens
Author: J. T. Jackson
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 125-143, illus., maps, plans, diags. 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

Rodney Street, Liverpool
Author: E. Rideout
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 61-95, tables. View Volume

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 court and cellar dwelling: The eighteenth century origin of the Liverpool slum
Author: I. C. Taylor
Volume: 122 (1970-0) Pages: 67-90, illus., maps, plan, tables. View Volume

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

The great rebuilding and economic change in South Lonsdale 1600-1730
Author: M. E. Garnett
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 55-75, map, tables, diags. View Volume

Working-class housing in Barrow and Lancaster 1880-1930
Author: E. Roberts
Volume: 127 (1978-0) Pages: 109-132, tables. View Volume

A descriptive account of the historical decorations now putting up in the grammar school, Preston
Author: Howard, Frank
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 30-33, View Volume

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

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

Recent work on the history of Lancashire and Cheshire\r\nThe early modern period
Author: Richard Hoyle
Volume: 146 (1997-0) Pages: 133-148, View Volume

Carvings of mediaeval musical instruments in Manchester cathedral
Author: Hudson, H. A.
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 100-126, illus. View Volume

Manchester cathedral screens
Author: Hudson, H. A.
Volume: 70 (1918-0) Pages: 52-66, illus. View Volume

Manchester cathedral: The screens of the nave chantries
Author: Hudson, H. A.
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 83-90, illus. View Volume

The mediaeval roofs of Manchester cathedral
Author: Hudson, H. A.
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 1-17, illus. (incl. front.) View Volume

Notes on some unchronicled Liverpool banks
Author: Hughes, John
Volume: 57 (1905-0) Pages: 48-61, illus. View Volume

The birthplace of Mrs. Hemans
Author: Hughes, John
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 204-211, Contributions by George T. Shaw and John Hughes.

A sketch of the origin and early history of the Liverpool Blue Coat Hospital. [Part 1]
Author: Hughes, John R.
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 163-86, [Part 2] 13 (1860-1) pp. 71-102, table; [Part 3] 16 (1863-4) pp. 57-78. View Volume

[A description of the ancient Messedag Stave or Prim Stave, as described by Professor Munch of Copenhagen].
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 258-262, illus.The staves recorded details of calendar and seasons. One was in the possession of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

[Addresses to the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 131-136, 6 (1853-4) pp. 145-50; 7 (1854-5) appendix pp. 58-61; 9 (1856-7) pp. 292-4; 22 (1869-70) pp. 1-18; 23 (1870-1) pp. 1-12. View Volume

[Exhibition of document: Depositions of witnesses at a court of exchequer held at Chester, 1607]
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 80-81, The text is given. The document refers to Moreton, Cheshire; not clearly identified, but probably Wirral. View Volume

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

[Note on a Welsh Christmas custom called 'the plugging']
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 41-0, View Volume

Analysis of the subscribers to the various Liverpool charities [abstract]
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 22-26, tables. View Volume

Changes in the sea coast of Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 1-88, illus., maps. Includes a re-arranged list of names in the 'fformby ffifteene booke', 1679. View Volume

Closing address [on the completion of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire's first year]
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 155-159, View Volume

Explanation of a curious wood engraving
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 110-114, illus., plan. Engraving in Dibdin's Bibliographical Decameron. View Volume

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

Further observations on the alleged submarine forests on the shores of Liverpool Bay and the River Mersey. In reply to Dr. Hume's [paper]
Author: J. Boult
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 89-126, View Volume

Geographical terms, considered as tending to enrich the English language
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 133-154, View Volume

Illustrations of British antiquities, derived from objects found in South America
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 215-324, illus. View Volume

Lancashire and Cheshire men in the sixteenth century
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 186-192, Lancashire soldiers at Flodden Field. View Volume

Metallic ornaments and attachments to leather
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 14 (1861-1862) Pages: 129-166, illus. Especially concerned with fastenings for garments. View Volume

Notes on a record of the hundred court of Wirral
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 183-189, View Volume

Notes on a Roman road, near Warrington
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 27-34, illus. View Volume

On certain implements of the stone period
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 32-50, illus. View Volume

On the Chester mystery plays
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 253-258, View Volume

On the quern recently presented to the Society, and on hand mills in general
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 33-40, illus. (facing p. 53). View Volume

Outline of the sea coast of Cheshire
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 219-232, maps. View Volume

Presentation to the Rev. Dr. Hume
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 297-298, View Volume

Remarks on the ancient mural painting of the General Judgment, recently discovered in Gawsworth church
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 56-61, View Volume

Remarks on the census of religious worship for England and Wales
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 1-34, map, tables. View Volume

Remarks on the Irish dialect of the English language. With appendix on the present extent and future prospects of the Celtic language in Ireland
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 93-140, illus., map. View Volume

Rural life and manners. - in the neighbourhood of Bidstone and Upton, - a hundred years ago
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
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

Shakspeare: An oration delivered at the soiree held on the 20th April, 1864, in celebration of the Shakspeare tercentenary.
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 43-56, The meeting was held by the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. View Volume

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

The Hilbre Cross
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 233-234, illus.

The inaugural address [to the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 3-11, View Volume

The Judgment scene: From a representation in Mr. Mayer's Egyptian museum
Author: Hume, Rev. Abraham
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 217-224, illus. View Volume

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

Private enterprise in nineteenth-century Widnes.
Author: J.R. Hunt
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 177-182, Includes 'The Widnes Gas and Water Company 1856-1858', by J. R. Hunt. View Volume

The Widnes School Board, 1874-1903
Author: Hunt, J. R.
Volume: 106 (1954-0) Pages: 145-147, View Volume

The abbot and convent of Merevale v. the rector of Halsall. A tutorial appeal in the fourteenth century before the Court of Arches
Author: Hunt, R. W.
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 47-61, View Volume

Edmund Spenser and the east Lancashire dialect
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 87-102, illus. View Volume

Delamere Forest in later medieval times
Author: Husain, B. M. C.
Volume: 107 (1955-0) Pages: 23-39, maps. View Volume

Huskisson and Liverpool
Author: G. S. Veitch
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 1-50, illus. (incl. ports.). Includes portrait of William Huskisson. View Volume

Huyton church chancel screen
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 86 (1934-0) Pages: 89-0, illus. View Volume

Huyton churchwardens, 1783-1834
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 177-179, illus. View Volume

John de Winwick and his chantry in Huyton church
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 77 (1925-0) Pages: 26-38, front., illus. View Volume

Notes on Huyton. Churchwardens of Huyton, 1721-82
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 241-247, View Volume

Notes on the history of Huyton, especially with reference to its church
Author: F. T. Turton
Volume: 34 (1881-1882) Pages: 67-124, front, tables. View Volume

The heraldry of Huyton church
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 129-138, illus. View Volume

The petition of John de Winwick to Pope Innocent VI
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 139-0, illus. Relates to a chantry in Huyton church. View Volume

Remarks on the little book entitled 'Hymns sacred to the Lord's table'
Author: W. Robson
Volume: 30 (1877-1878) Pages: 79-80, A book presented to the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. View Volume