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Ancient seal, found at Nantwich
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 35 (1883-0) Pages: 26-0, illus. View Volume

Nantwich: An Eleventh-Century Salt Town and its Origins
Author: Oxley, J.,
Volume: 131 (1982-0) Pages: 1-20, 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

Botanical notices
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 67-70, View Volume

General remarks on the natural history of the shores of the Mersey
Author: R. A. Tudor. [Summary]
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 232-233, View Volume

Geographical statistics of the extra-British European flora
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 13-32, tables. View Volume

Icebergs in the southern ocean
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 239-254, chart, tables. View Volume

Land and fresh-water shells of Great Britain
Author: T. Gibson
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 325-344, 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., diag. View Volume

Notes on insects injurious to fruit and forest trees
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 203-222, illus.

Notes on the presence of the bear (ursus) in the British Isles
Author: J. Paterson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 151-160, View Volume

Notes on the yak, or grunting ox, and other ruminating animals from central Asia
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 43-60, View Volume

On a fungoid disease affecting the pear tree
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 193-198, illus. View Volume

On a supposed new species of prong-horned antelope from North America
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 238-239, View Volume

On a systematically arranged border for plants
Author: Rev. H. H. Higgins
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 75-83, Arranging plants for botanical display. 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 coleoptera of the district around Liverpool
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 33-44, [Part 2] 14 (1861-2) pp. 167-70. View Volume

On the diatomaceae of the neighbourhood of Liverpool
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 71-82, View Volume

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

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

On the habitats of some of our British ferns
Author: N. Waterhouse
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 97-114,

On the horns of the Chiru...the so-called Unicorn of Thibet
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 239-241, View Volume

On the illumination of the diatomaceae, when viewed under the microscope
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 173-177, View Volume

On the lepidopterous insects of the district around Liverpool, with some of the causes of the abundance or scarcity of insects
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 237-54, (1855-6) pp. 153-64; 9 (1856-7) pp. 165-80; 10 (1857-8) pp. 113-30. View Volume

On the microscope as applied to natural history
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 255-264, View Volume

On the microscopic fungi of the district around Liverpool
Author: R. G. McLeod
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 127-136, View Volume

On the typical quadrumana; with especial reference to St. Hilaire's division into catarrhine and playrrhine groups
Author: C. Collingwood
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 141-158, illus. About types of monkey.

On the varieties of the scolopendrium vulgare found in Great Britain and Ireland, with illustrative specimens. [Summary]
Author:
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 291-292, View Volume

On the world-distribution of British plants
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 237-270, tables. View Volume

Remarks on the chameleon
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 161-164, illus. View Volume

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

Remarks upon the flora of Liverpool
Author: H. S. Fisher
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 165-173, View Volume

The dispersion of British plants
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 26 (1873-1874) Pages: 47-74, tables. View Volume

The etymology of plant names
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 15-68, [Part 2] Kitchen-vegetables and salad-plants. 29 (1876-7) pp. 43-80; [Part 3] Trees and shrubs. 30 (1877-8) pp. 43-78. View Volume

The introduced plants of the Liverpool district
Author: H. S. Fisher
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 189-194, View Volume

Azimuth card for the latitude of Liverpool
Author: W. W. Rundell
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 111-112, graph. View Volume

George Marchant's River Mersey barrage, 1768
Author: P. J. Sillitoe
Volume: 141 (1992-0) Pages: 329-338, map. View Volume

Icebergs in the southern ocean
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 239-254, chart, tables. 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: J. Hartnup
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 11-20, tables. View Volume

Some history of the coastwise lights of Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: E. C. Woods
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 81-103, illus., map; [Part 2] 97 (1945) pp. 159-80, illus., maps; [Part 3] 98 (1946) pp. 107-12. View Volume

Notes upon war medals, naval and military
Author: J. H. Gibson
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 13-16, col. illus. View Volume

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

The Birkenhead Garibaldi Riots of 1862
Author: F. Neal
Volume: 131 (1982-0) Pages: 87-112, View Volume

Facsimiles of seals used
Author: Lord Nelson in his correspondence with Lady Hamilton
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 19-0, illus. View Volume

A Doom reredos
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 70 (1918-0) Pages: 67-71, illus. View Volume

A fourteenth century English alabaster of the Blessed Virgin
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 149-152, illus. View Volume

A French armorial ivory of the fourteenth century
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 63-64, illus. View Volume

A late Roman fibula
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 94 (1942-0) Pages: 1-2, front. View Volume

A Limoges enamel triptych of the thirteenth century
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 99 (1947-0) Pages: 24-30, illus. View Volume

An English alabaster lion of the fourteenth century
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 193-194, illus. View Volume

An English fifteenth century alabaster reredos of St. Edmund
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 208-212, illus. View Volume

An English fifteenth-century gold pendant
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 131-132, illus. View Volume

An English medieval gold box
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 86 (1934-0) Pages: 91-92, illus. View Volume

An English medieval pendant
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 175-176, illus. View Volume

Ancient alabasters at Lydiate
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 21-26, illus. (incl. facing p. 20). Alabasters in the Roman Catholic chapel at Lydiate. View Volume

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

Equestrian aquamaniles
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 78-85, illus.; 87 (1935) p. 131. Aquamaniles were table vessels holding hand-washing water. View Volume

Four Roman bronze statuettes from Lake Nemi
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 92-94, illus. View Volume

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

Liverpool Delft ship-bowls
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 113-118, illus.; 88 (1936) p. 261. View Volume

Philip Nelson, M.A., Ph.D., M.D., F.R.S.E., F.S.A., F.R.N.S. [Obituary]
Author: R. A. F.
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 173-0, View Volume

Saint Catherine panels in English alabaster at Vienna
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 128-131, illus. View Volume

Some fifteenth-century carvings from Whalley abbey
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 272-273, illus. View Volume

Some heraldic wood-carvings
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 113-117, illus. View Volume

Some unusual English alabaster panels
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 69 (1917-0) Pages: 80-90, illus. View Volume

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

The Bessborough phalera
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 193-195, illus. A gemstone of the Roman period. View Volume

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

The monumental brass of William Lathom, 1532
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 1-2, front. The brass was formerly in Douglas chapel, Parbold. View Volume

The Warwick signet-ring
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 65-67, illus. View Volume

The woodwork of English alabaster retables
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 50-60, illus. View Volume

Two medieval alabasters
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 85-88, illus. View Volume

Two medieval Italian church bells
Author: Nelson, Philip
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 257-258, illus. preceding p. 257. 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, and coins and tokens found there. View Volume

Neston church in the eighteenth century
Author: W. Bidlake
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 87-96, illus. View Volume

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

Historical sketch of the Forest of Rossendale
Author: Newbigging, Thomas
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 13-42, tables. 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

An account of the ancient custom of electing a mock mayor in Newcastle-under-Lyne
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 126-131, illus. View Volume

Who was William Stainford, abbot?
Author: Newdigate, C. A.
Volume: 69 (1917-0) Pages: 68-70, illus. View Volume

[Exhibition of woodblock of the Warrington post-boy from Eyres's Warrington Advertiser, 1756]
Author: J. Kendrick
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 70-71, illus. View Volume

Gleanings from old Liverpool newspapers, a hundred years ago
Author: J. A. Picton
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 109-126, View Volume

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

Manchester's first newspaper: The 'Manchester Weekly Journal'
Author: J. Black
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 61-72, 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 excavations at Hilbre, 1926
Author: Newstead, R.
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 136-143, illus. View Volume

Riot at Newton-in-Makerfield. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 212-213, Riot in 1498. View Volume

The fee of Makerfield; with an account of some of its lords, the barons of Newton [Part 1]
Author: W. Beamont
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 81-130, [Part 2] 25 (1872-3) pp. 55-112, illus. View Volume

The impact of the Liverpool and Manchester railway on a south Lancashire township: Newton-le-Willows 1821-1851
Author: L. J. Smith
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 109-123, map, tables. View Volume

Warrington local sketches
Author: J. Kendrick
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 33-42, front. The Winwick broad oak, Winwick grammar school and Newton Hall (Newton-le-Willows). View Volume

Three documents concerning the constables of Newton with Scales, 1687-90
Author: G. H. Millner
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 123-125, View Volume

On binocular vision, and the theory of the stereoscope
Author: Newton, John
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 272-274, View Volume

The art of writing; a chapter in the history of human progress
Author: Newton, John
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 201-226, illus. tables. View Volume

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

On the seal of Liverpool
Author: Nichols, John Gough
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 52-55, illus. View Volume

The 'Red Book' of the abbey of St. Werburgh, Chester
Author: Nightingale, Antonia
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 159-162, 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

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

The campaign in Lancashire and Cheshire for the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, 1787-1790
Author: G. M. Ditchfield
Volume: 126 (1977-0) Pages: 109-138, 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 German church in Renshaw Street, Liverpool, formerly Newington chapel
Author: H. Peet
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 63-68, illus. View Volume

A Speke inventory of 1624
Author: E. B. Saxton
Volume: 97 (1945-0) Pages: 107-143, illus. View Volume

Norris deed relating to Prescot
Author: F. A. B[ailey]. In Stray notes
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 217-218, View Volume

Norris deeds concerning Liverpool
Author:
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 75-87, 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. The families include the Norris family. View Volume

Speke Hall and two Norris inventories, 1624 and 1700
Author: E. B. Saxton
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 108-135, illus. View Volume

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

Norris and Boardman. In Stray notes
Author: Norris, Henry
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 145-146, Henry Norris of Bolton and a bequest to William Boardman. View Volume

A list of the published works of the late F. H. Cheetham, F.S.A
Author:
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 139-143, port. View Volume

A North Meols document of 1716
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 86 (1934-0) Pages: 85-88, Dispute between the townships of North Meols and Birkdale. View Volume

Eels at North Meols. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 145-0, View Volume

North Meols church
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 177-179, illus. View Volume

North Meols church, Lancashire
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 1-41, illus. View Volume

Notes on North Meols
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 71-90, illus., plan. Includes information on the association of St. Cuthbert with North Meols, and on North Meols Hall and dove house. View Volume

Peter Clayton, rector of North Meols. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 72 (1920-0) Pages: 94-0, View Volume

Poor law administration in North Meols in the eighteenth century
Author: E. H. Rideout
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 62-109, tables. 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

Some old books on Southport
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 105-139, View Volume