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Property, employment and the co-operative movement: The social structure of co-operation in Sabden, 1923
Author: J. Smith and J. K. Walton
Volume: 134 (1985-0) Pages: 129-149, illus., tables. View Volume

An account of the life and writings of the late Henry Buckley
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 115-128, diags. Henry Buckley was as Saddleworth mathematician.

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1871
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 131-150, illus. Includes information on John Sadler, Liverpool ceramic printer. View Volume

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 the Sadler family, printers. View Volume

Long-Distance Migrant Workers in Nineteenth-Century Britain: A Case Study of the St. Helen's Glass Makers
Author: Jackson, J. T.,
Volume: 131 (1982-0) Pages: 113-138, 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

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 Origins of the St Helens\r\nImprovement Commission of 1845
Author: Hawes, Richard
Volume: 158 (2009-0) Pages: 111-134,

Diversion of the Wyre at St. Michael's
Author: R. S. F[rance]. In Stray notes
Volume: 90 (1938-0) Pages: 216-0, View Volume

The church of St. Michael on Wyre in Amounderness
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 181-227, illus., map, plan. View Volume

Obits of the Radcliffes of Ordsall
Author:
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 265-267, illus. View Volume

Sixteenth century Salford portmoot records
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 118-122, Two Salford court rolls, 1540-1 and 1546-7, found among the muniments of the Clifton family of Lytham. The rolls are transcribed. View Volume

Salt, and its manufacture in Cheshire
Author: J. Stonehouse
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 100-117, View Volume

William Furnival, H. E. Falk and the Salt Chamber of Commerce, 1815-1889: Some chapters in the economic history of Cheshire
Author: W. H. Chaloner
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 121-145, illus., port. 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

The Sandbach crosses
Author: A. C. F. Tait
Volume: 98 (1946-0) Pages: 1-20, illus., bibliog. View Volume

The religious sect of the Sandemanians in Liverpool
Author: J. Harris Gibson
Volume: 43 (1891-1892) Pages: 321-323, Sandemanians were originally called Glasites.

The structure of politics in Liverpool, 1780-1807
Author: F. E. Sanderson
Volume: 127 (1978-0) Pages: 65-91, View Volume

An account of the parish of Church Minshull, in Cheshire
Author: Sandford, George B.
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 85-113, 232-8, pedigrees. View Volume

The township papers of Great Sankey, Lancashire
Author: G. A. Dunlop and E. H. Rideout
Volume: 84 (1932-0) Pages: 91-125, tables. View Volume

Notes on the Buslingthorpe brass
Author: Sansom, Rev. John
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 203-206, View Volume

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

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

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

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

The letter book of Benjamin Satterthwaite of Lancaster, 1737-1744
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 125-167, pedigrees. Relates to trading between Lancaster and Barbados. 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

On Shotwick church and its Saxon foundation
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 77-83, illus. (incl. port.). The portrait is of Mrs. Mary Davis of Great Saughall. View Volume

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

Early records of the mock corporation of Sefton
Author: Saxton, Eveline Beatrice
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 73-89, illus. View Volume

Eveline Beatrice Saxton, 1889-1962. [Obituary]
Author: J. F. Smith
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 220-222, illus., port. View Volume

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

Losses of the inhabitants of Liverpool on the taking of the town in 1644
Author: Saxton, Eveline Beatrice
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 181-191, Includes list of names. View Volume

Speke Hall and two Norris inventories
Author: Saxton, Eveline Beatrice
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 108-135, illus. View Volume

North-west Mercia, A. D. 871-924
Author: F. T. Wainwright
Volume: 94 (1942-0) Pages: 3-55, maps. View Volume

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

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

The Claughton Viking burial
Author: B. J. N. Edwards
Volume: 121 (1969-0) Pages: 109-116, illus. View Volume

[Presentation and translation of a deed, on behalf of James Smith of Seaforth, concerning land in Scarisbrick granted
Author: Walter of Scaresbreck to Cockersand abbey] by H. C. Pidgeon
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 214-215, View Volume

Ancient charters preserved at Scarisbrick Hall in the county of Lancaster, done into English and abstracted
Author: the Rev. Edward Powell
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 259-294, illus.; 49 (1897) pp. 185-230. View Volume

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

Two inventories at Scarisbrick Hall, Ormskirk, 1608 and 1673
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 123-138, illus. View Volume

[Presentation and translation of a deed, on behalf of James Smith of Seaforth, concerning land in Scarisbrick granted
Author: Walter of Scaresbreck to Cockersand abbey] by H. C. Pidgeon
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 214-215, View Volume

Ancient charters preserved at Scarisbrick Hall in the county of Lancaster, done into English and abstracted
Author: the Rev. Edward Powell
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 259-294, illus.; 49 (1897) pp. 185-230. View Volume

Proceedings [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]
Author:
Volume: 29 (1876-1877) Pages: 139-154, Includes a description of a glass goblet showing a turf-stack belonging to James Scarisbrick which featured in a Wordsworth sonnet. View Volume

Two inventories at Scarisbrick Hall, Ormskirk, 1608 and 1673
Author: F. H. Cheetham
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 123-138, illus. View Volume

On the Manchester art-treasures exhibition, 1857
Author: Scharf, George
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 269-331, illus. View Volume

On the life and writings of Schiller
Author: H. Barr
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 21-40,

Shoes and ships and sealing wax: eighteenth century Lancashire exports to the colonies
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 135 (1986-0) Pages: 61-82,

Economic change in north-east Lancashire, c. 1660-1760
Author: Suzanne Schwarz
Volume: 144 (1995-0) Pages: 47-94, View Volume

'This is truly the golden harvest': Personal accounts of Cheshire migrants to Australia, c. 1852-1860
Author: Suzanne Schwarz
Volume: 149 (2000-0) Pages: 119-144,

Masters of tidology: The cultivation of the physical sciences in early Victorian Liverpool
Author: Michael S. Reidy
Volume: 152 (2003-0) Pages: 51-78,

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

On poisons
Author: F. C. Calvert
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 193-208, View Volume

On the applications of electricity
Author: E. B. Bright
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 223-230, table.

Science in Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: J. T. Danson
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 40-50, View Volume

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

Ancient charters preserved at Scarisbrick Hall in the county of Lancaster, done into English and abstracted
Author: the Rev. Edward Powell
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 259-294, illus.; 49 (1897) pp. 185-230. View Volume

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

Archaeology in the Mersey district
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 169-88, (1867-8) pp. 87-130, illus.; 21 (1868-9) pp. 199-218, illus. All include information on seals; 19 is on medieval seals and 21 on pilgrims' seals. View Volume

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 the Poole family and its seal. View Volume

Armorial seal of Alexander de Whittle
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 52-53, illus. View Volume

Armorial seal of William de Faryngton
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 97-100, illus., pedigree. View Volume

Facsimiles of seals used
Author: Lord Nelson in his correspondence with Lady Hamilton
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 19-0, illus. Seals and letter from the collection of Joseph Mayer. View Volume

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

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

Notice of a mediaeval signaculum of the Anglo-Saxon saints, Edwyn and Ecgwyn
Author:
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 165-180, illus. [and] Supplemental and correctional note, by H. E. Smith. 21 (1868-9) pp. 253-6. Pilgrim's seal found near Balderstone Hall, Lancashire. 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 descent of the Mascys of Rixton, in the county of Lancaster
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 39 (1887-0) Pages: 59-158, illus., pedigree. Includes information on and illustrations of seals. View Volume

Thirteenth-century seal of Philip Pule
Author: F. Crooks
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 69-0, illus. View Volume

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

Electioneering in Lancashire before secret ballot: Gladstone in West Derby Hundred. The Liberal Campaign in south-west Lancashire in 1868.
Author: P. Searby
Volume: 111 (1959-0) Pages: 93-166, illus., ports. View Volume

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

Notes taken
Author: the hon. local secretary for Sephton district, by W. E. Gregson
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 252-256, Includes an items on St. Helen's well at Sefton and on Netherton Green. View Volume

S. Helen's church, Sephton
Author: Rev. G. W. Wall
Volume: 47 (1895-0) Pages: 37-102, illus. 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 mock corporation of Sephton
Author: Rev. E. Horley
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 223-46, (1881-2) pp. 25-38. View Volume

The Rev. Joseph Tompson. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 175-176, An incumbent of Sefton church. View Volume

The Rood Screen of St Helen’s Church, Sefton:\r\nIts Restoration by William Caröe and\r\na Clarification of its Original Date
Author: Stammers, Mike
Volume: 158 (2009-0) Pages: 159-166,

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

Biographical notice of Ann Lee, a Manchester prophetess and foundress of the American sect of the Shakers
Author: W. E. A. Axon
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 51-56, 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 the moral ideals of Shakspeare
Author: Shakespeare, William
Volume: 16 (1863-1864) Pages: 149-176, 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: 43-56, View Volume

The characters of Macbeth and Richard the third, according to Shakespeare, compared
Author: J. Stonehouse
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 227-234, View Volume

The England of Shakspeare [and] The greenwood of Shakspeare
Author: N. Waterhouse
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 23-72, 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

George Thomas Shaw, M.A., F.L.A. (Born 2 July 1863; died 16 February 1938) [Obituary]
Author: J. F. Smith
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 145-146, port. Librarian of the Athenaeum Library, Liverpool. View Volume

Henry Brown: A Liverpool attorney of the eighteenth century
Author: Shaw, George Thomas
Volume: 52 (1900-0) Pages: 77-92, View Volume

History of the Liverpool directories, 1766-1907
Author: Shaw, George Thomas
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 113-160, illus. (incl. port.), table. View Volume

Liverpool's second directory, 1767
Author: Shaw, George Thomas
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 147-213, illus. Includes transcript. View Volume

Nathaniel Hawthorne's house in Rock Park
Author: Shaw, George Thomas
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 109-112, View Volume

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

The Hemans memorial tablet
Author: Shaw, George Thomas
Volume: 54 (1902-0) Pages: 203-0,

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

A Lancashire clerical family of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Author: Shaw, R. Cunliffe
Volume: 115 (1963-0) Pages: 41-63, pedigree. The Shaw family. View Volume

The Rev. Peter Shaw. In Stray notes
Author: Shaw, Rev. Peter
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

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

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. View Volume

Wigan and Liverpool pewterers
Author: Shelley, Roland J. A.
Volume: 97 (1945-0) Pages: 1-26, illus. View Volume

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

A Liverpool shipping agent and Irish emigration in the 1850s: Some newly discovered documents
Author: M. A. Busteed
Volume: 129 (1980-0) Pages: 145-161, illus., tables, graphs. View Volume

'A pretended voyage to America'
Author: E. Rideout
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 54-61, Letter from Christopher Carlile to the mayor and citizens of Chester regarding a proposed voyage. View Volume

A voyage on the Red Jacket in 1857-8
Author: E. C. Woods
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 57-91, illus. A sailing voyage from Liverpool to Australia. View Volume

An old Liverpool captain and his ship
Author: A. H. Arkle
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 91-98, illus. The captain was Daniel Wilcox. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district, 1869
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 267-294, illus. Includes information on an early canoe found at Martin Mere. View Volume

Chester slave trading partnerships 1750-56
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 187-190, table. View Volume

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

Four Liverpool clippers
Author: F. C. Beazley
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 52-58, illus. 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 a steam packet ticket, 1817. View Volume

On the protection of wood and iron ships to prevent fouling
Author: N. Mercer
Volume: 14 (1861-1862) Pages: 81-94, View Volume

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

Parkgate and the royal yachts: Passenger traffic between the north-west and Dublin in the eighteenth century
Author: G. W. Place
Volume: 138 (1989-0) Pages: 67-83, table. View Volume

Shipping and shipbuilding in the port of Chester in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
Author: R. Craig
Volume: 116 (1964-0) Pages: 39-68, tables. View Volume

Some aspects of the trade and shipping of the River Dee in the eighteenth century
Author: R. Craig
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 99-128, tables. View Volume

The Alabama and the law
Author: R. C. Jarvis
Volume: 111 (1959-0) Pages: 181-198, illus. View Volume

The captains in the British slave trade from 1785 to 1807
Author: S. D. Behrendt
Volume: 140 (1991-0) Pages: 79-140, tables. View Volume

The capture of Quebec. In Stray notes
Author: Ships, SHIPPING AND SAILORS see also LIGHTHOUSES
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 262-0, Liverpool sailor John Short at the capture of Quebec. 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

The foundation and development of the Underwriters Association in Liverpool in the early nineteenth century
Author: E. M. Swearman
Volume: 136 (1987-0) Pages: 83-97, View Volume

The king's ships named Liverpool, 1741-1941
Author: A. C. Wardle
Volume: 93 (1941-0) Pages: 131-133, View Volume

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

The letter book of Benjamin Satterthwaite of Lancaster, 1737-1744
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 125-167, pedigrees. Relates to trading between Lancaster and Barbados. View Volume

The overseas trade of Chester in the early seventeenth century
Author: W. B. Stephens
Volume: 120 (1968-0) Pages: 23-34, tables. View Volume

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

To the land-owners and inhabitants of Liverpool [and] The Golden Lion. [Two exhibited documents]
Author: Mr. Mayer
Volume: 1 (1848-1849) Pages: 17-22, The second document relates to a shipping vessel. View Volume

Trade and politics in 19th century Liverpool: The Tobin and Horsfall families and Liverpool's African trade
Author: M. Lynn
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 99-120, View Volume

Wealth creation, ethics and education: The career of Joseph Valens of Liverpool
Author: M. Whitehead
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 203-213, table. Joseph Valens was Receiver of the dock duties at Liverpool. View Volume

The capture of Quebec. In Stray notes
Author: Short, John
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 262-0, Liverpool sailor John Short at the capture of Quebec. View Volume

Recent finds of Roman coins in Lancashire: fourth report (short note)
Author: David Shotter
Volume: 146 (1997-0) Pages: 183-188, View Volume

Recent finds of Roman coins in Lancashire: third report
Author: David Shotter
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 192-202, View Volume

Notes on Shotwick
Author: F. C. Beazley
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 1-122, front., illus (incl. ports.), maps. The portraits are of Samuel Clark, minister at Thornton-le-Moors and Shotwick, and James Cottingham, vicar of Shotwick. View Volume

Offences in Shotwick Park. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 177-178, View Volume

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

Shotwick church bells. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 242-0, View Volume

The royal manor and park of Shotwick
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 82-142, illus., plan. View Volume

On the identity of the 'Mediolanum' of the second and tenth iter of Antoninus
Author: Shrubsole, George W.
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 81-96, map. View Volume

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

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

Old houses in Lancashire
Author: W.A. Singleton
Volume: 109 (1957-0) Pages: 47-70, illus., plans, diags. Includes 'Spring Bank', Appley Bridge, near Wigan, by William A. Singleton. View Volume

Traditional house-types in rural Lancashire and Cheshire
Author: Singleton, William A.
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 75-91, illus. View Volume

An unfortunate voyage. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 259-260, A slaving voyage. View Volume

Bibliographical essay. Liverpool and the slave trade: A guide to sources
Author: F. E. Sanderson
Volume: 124 (1972-0) Pages: 154-176, View Volume

Chester slave trading partnerships 1750-56
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 187-190, table. View Volume

James Cropper and Liverpool's contribution to the anti-slavery movement
Author: K. Charlton
Volume: 123 (1971-0) Pages: 57-80, View Volume

The captains in the British slave trade from 1785 to 1807
Author: S. D. Behrendt
Volume: 140 (1991-0) Pages: 79-140, tables. View Volume

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

The slave trade from Lancashire and Cheshire ports outside Liverpool c1750-c1790
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 126 (1977-0) Pages: 30-72, tables. View Volume

Trade and politics in 19th century Liverpool: The Tobin and Horsfall families and Liverpool's African trade
Author: M. Lynn
Volume: 142 (1993-0) Pages: 99-120, View Volume

On the importance of public museums for historical collections
Author: Smith, C. Roach
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 117-126, View Volume

On the scarcity of home-grown fruits in Great Britain, with remedial suggestions
Author: Smith, C. Roach
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 129-140,

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

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

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

An ancient-British cemetery at Wavertree
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 131-146, illus., plan. View Volume

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

Archaeology in the Mersey district
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 169-188, illus.; 20 (1867-8) pp. 87-130, illus; 21 (1868-9) pp. 199-218, illus; 22 (1869-70) pp. 267-94, illus; 23 (1870-1) pp. 119-52, illus.; 24 (1871-2) pp. 131-50, illus. View Volume

Archaeology in the Mersey district...and Liverpool notabilia
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 113-152, illus., pedigree; 26 (1873-4) pp. 83-112, illus.; 27 (1874-5) pp. 85-108, illus. View Volume

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

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

Henry Winstanly [sic]: A chapter of local history
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 35 (1883-0) Pages: 15-25, With notes on the Liverpool branch of the Winstanley family. View Volume

More Street, now Moor Street, Liverpool; its origin and early associations
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 1-24, illus. View Volume

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

Notes on clay pipes: Their uses and forms, makers and dates
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 209-215, illus. View Volume

Notice of a mediaeval signaculum of the Anglo-Saxon saints, Edwyn and Ecgwyn
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 165-180, illus. [and] Supplemental and correctional note. 21 (1868-9) pp. 253-6. Pilgrim's seal found near Balderstone Hall, Lancashire. View Volume

Notice of a recent disruption of soil
Author: Rimrose Brook, Bootle
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 267-270, diag. Failure of a retaining wall at the docks. View Volume

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

Notice of Romano-British culinary vessels, discovered in North Wales
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 21 (1868-1869) Pages: 19-44, illus. View Volume

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

Some interesting features of a neglected Roman station, Brough-under-Stainmoor
Author: Smith, H. Ecroyd
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 137-152, illus. View Volume

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

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

[Presentation and translation of a deed, on behalf of James Smith of Seaforth, concerning land in Scarisbrick granted
Author: Walter of Scaresbreck to Cockersand abbey] by H. C. Pidgeon
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 214-215, View Volume

George Thomas Shaw, M.A., F.L.A. (Born 2 July 1863; died 16 February 1938), [Obituary]
Author: J. F. Smith
Volume: 89 (1937-0) Pages: 145-146, port. Librarian of the Athenaeum Library, Liverpool. View Volume

The mace [of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire]. Supplement to
Author: Smith, John Frederick
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 30-33, illus. (incl. illus. on p. 29). View Volume

On current German thalers
Author: Smith, Samuel
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 247-266, View Volume

Smuggling in Wirral
Author: E. C. Woods
Volume: 79 (1927-0) Pages: 119-135, illus., plan. View Volume

Robert Owen in Liverpool
Author: J. Murphy
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 79-103, illus., port. 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

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

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

Freemasonry in Lancashire and Cheshire (17th century)
Author: W. H. Rylands
Volume: 50 (1898-0) Pages: 131-202, illus; Part 2: Chester. 51 (1899) pp. 85-154, illus. (incl. ports.).

James Cropper (1773-1840) and agricultural improvement in the early nineteenth century
Author: K. Charlton
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 65-78, illus., port. Read to the Widnes Historical Society, 14 October 1960. View Volume

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

Roll of the mock corporation of Farnworth in Widnes
Author: C. Madeley
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 27-77, illus. View Volume

The cultural identity of Liverpool, 1790-1850: The early learned societies
Author: A. Wilson
Volume: 147 (1998-0) Pages: 55-80, View Volume

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

The mock corporation of Sephton
Author: Rev. E. Horley
Volume: 33 (1880-1881) Pages: 223-46, (1881-2) pp. 25-38. View Volume

The records of a Liverpool 'fireside', 1775-1781
Author: C. F. B. Wilson
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 135-148, The minute-book of a social club. View Volume

Report on the transcription and publication of parish registers etc, [originally published in 1892 by the Congress of Archaeological Societies and the Society of Antiquaries]
Author:
Volume: 48 (1896-0) Pages: 1-16, View Volume

Lancashire justices of the peace in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
Author: Somerville, Robert
Volume: 102 (1950-0) Pages: 183-189, View Volume

The Duchy and county palatine of Lancaster
Author: Somerville, Robert
Volume: 103 (1951-0) Pages: 59-67, View Volume

Mr. Serjeant Spankie
Author: G. S. Veitch
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 42-68, illus., ports. Robert Spankie was a lawyer involved in the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Bill. The portraits are of Robert Spankie and his wife. View Volume

The Virginia Trade of Sparling and Bolden of Liverpool, 1788-99
Author: Schofield, M. M.
Volume: 116 (1965-0) Pages: 117-166, View Volume

The Virginia trade of the firm of Sparling and Bolden, of Liverpool, 1788-99
Author: M. M. Schofield
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 117-165, illus. (incl. ports.), tables. The portraits are of John and William Sparling. View Volume

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

Speke Hall
Author: H. Winstanley
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 1-20, illus. 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 widowhood of Alice Spencer, countess dowager of Derby, 1594-1636
Author: Katharine Walker
Volume: 149 (2000-0) Pages: 1-18, illus.

Three ventures in adult education in Lancashire in the reign of George III
Author: Wilfred M. Spencer
Volume: 110 (1958-0) Pages: 127-156, illus., tables. Includes 'The Coln [sic] Book Society', by Wilfred M. Spencer. View Volume

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

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

A possible Easter sepulchre at St Helen’s church, Sefton.
Author: M. J. Stammers
Volume: 155 (2006-0) Pages: 139-142,

Notes on the parish church of St. Wilfred, Standish
Author: W. F. Price
Volume: 55 (1903-1904) Pages: 238-286, illus. View Volume

Some further notes on Standish church and its chantries
Author: Mrs. A. C. Tempest
Volume: 58 (1906-0) Pages: 41-63, View Volume

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

A history of the old parish of Bidston, Cheshire
Author: J. Brownbill
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 1-141, front., illus., plan, pedigrees. Includes information on the Stanley family. View Volume

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

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

A Stanley coffer, 1678
Author: R. T. Bailey
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 30-33, illus. View Volume

Elizabeth Farren, Countess of Derby
Author: R. J. Broadbent
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 83-96, ports. View Volume

Henry, earl of Derby's suite on his embassy to Paris in 1584/5
Author: E. B. Goodacre
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 51-56, View Volume

James, seventh earl of Derby
Author: F. J. Leslie
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 147-174, illus., ports. (incl. front.) View Volume

On an impressed plaque bearing a portrait of King Charles I
Author: J. P. Rylands
Volume: 41 (1889-0) Pages: 202-205, Possibly owned by the Stanley family. View Volume

On some Stanley cadets in the reign of Charles II
Author: R. S. France
Volume: 96 (1944-0) Pages: 78-80, View Volume

Orator Hunt, M.P. for Preston, 1830-32
Author: W. Proctor
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 129-154, ports. The portraits are of Henry Hunt and Edward G. Stanley, fourteenth earl of Derby. View Volume

The earl of Derby's Catholic army
Author: J. M. Gratton
Volume: 137 (1988-0) Pages: 25-53, tables. Soldiers during the civil war. View Volume

The Lieutenancy of Lancashire and Cheshire in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries
Author: B. Coward
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 39-64, tables. View Volume

The social and political position of the earls of Derby in later seventeenth-century Lancashire
Author: B. Coward
Volume: 132 (1983-0) Pages: 127-154, View Volume

Three notes on Bidston and the Stanleys
Author: E. B. Goodacre
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 165-174, View Volume

Two Liverpool medieval affrays. 1: The great riot at Liverpool in 1345; 2: The Molyneux and Stanley feud of 1425
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 71-87, Includes a transcript of names of those pardoned by the king, 1346-7. The affray of 1345 was a conflict between the Radcliffes and the Traffords and their respective followers; the list of those pardoned includes men from all over the county. View Volume

Inventory of Stanlow
Author: Rev. M. E. C. Walcott
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 53-56, View Volume

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

Pedigree of Statham (Liverpool and New Zealand branch) from 1716
Author: R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 302-320, View Volume

[Staveley chapel in Cartmel]. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 212-215, View Volume

Who was William Staynford, the abbot of the screen in Mitton church? By Rev. J. McNulty
Author: Staynford, William
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 177-179, View Volume

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

Thomas Steers. The engineer of Liverpool's first dock. A memoir
Author: H. Peet
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 163-242, illus. (incl. ports), plans, pedigree. The portraits are of Lady Gisborough, Richard Gildart, M.P. and Spencer James Steers. View Volume

Railway construction in mid-nineteenth century north Lancashire: A study based on the diary of James Stelfox 1855-70
Author: P. J. Gooderson
Volume: 122 (1970-0) Pages: 137-151, map, table. View Volume

Liverpool’s office district, 1875-1905
Author: D. K. Stenhouse
Volume: 133 (1984-0) Pages: 71-88, View Volume

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

[Papers belonging to Ronald Stewart-Brown]. In Stray notes
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 95 (1943-0) Pages: 147-151, View Volume

An account of the oil painting 'Liverpool in 1680', with notes on the Peters family of Platbridge and Liverpool
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 35-71, illus. (incl. front.), ports. View Volume

Eaton, Cheshire and Eaton, Bucks
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 83-84, Eaton near Tarporley. View Volume

Fitton obits
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 74 (1922-0) Pages: 155-157, View Volume

God's Providence House, Liverpool
Author: W. F. Irvine and R. Stewart-Brown
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 181-187, View Volume

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

Moore of Bankhall
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 63 (1911-0) Pages: 92-119, View Volume

Notes on Childwall
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 65 (1913-0) Pages: 47-170, illus., plan. View Volume

Pedigree of Statham (Liverpool and New Zealand branch) from 1716
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 80 (1928-0) Pages: 302-320, View Volume

Ronald Stewart-Brown. [Obituary. Includes a list of his works]
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 209-214, port. View Volume

Selections from the Moore papers
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 203-211, View Volume

The Brettarghs of Brettargh Holt in Woolton
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 88 (1936-0) Pages: 211-239, illus. View Volume

The charter and horn of the master-forester of Wirral
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 87 (1935-0) Pages: 97-112, illus. View Volume

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

The Crosse family of Wigan, Chorley and Liverpool
Author: R. Stewart-Brown and F. C. Beazley
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 153-186, pedigrees. View Volume

The disafforestation of Wirral, [and] Further notes on the deafforestation
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 59 (1907-0) Pages: 165-80, (1937) pp. 23-7. View Volume

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

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

The imprisonment of Eleanor Cobham, duchess of Gloucester
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 89-97, Eleanor Cobham, tried for witchcraft, heresy and treason, was probably imprisoned, among other places, at Chester, Liverpool, Flint castle and the Isle of Man. View Volume

The pool of Liverpool
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 82 (1930-0) Pages: 88-135, front., plans (incl. plan in pocket at end of volume), tables. View Volume

The royal manor and park of Shotwick
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 82-142, illus., plan. View Volume

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

The stationers, booksellers and printers of Chester to about 1800. Part 1
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 101-152, View Volume

The Tower of Liverpool. With some notes on the Clayton family of Crooke, Fulwood, Adlington and Liverpool
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 61 (1909-0) Pages: 41-82, plan. View Volume

The townfield of Liverpool 1207-1807
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 24-72, map, plans. View Volume

Two Liverpool medieval affrays. 1: The great riot at Liverpool in 1345; 2: The Molyneux and Stanley feud of 1425
Author: Stewart-brown, Ronald
Volume: 85 (1933-0) Pages: 71-87, Includes a transcript of names of those pardoned by the king, 1346-7. The affray of 1345 was a conflict between the Radcliffes and the Traffords and their respective followers; the list of those pardoned includes men from all over the county. View Volume

Further notes on the churches of Stoak and Whitegate
Author: F. H. Crossley
Volume: 92 (1940-0) Pages: 207-213, illus. View Volume

The monumental and other inscriptions in the churches of Stoak, Backford, and Thornton-le-Moors, in the county of Chester
Author: J. P. Rylands and F. C. Beazley
Volume: 57 (1905-0) Pages: 120-207, illus. Includes a pedigree of the Bunbury family. View Volume

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

A day in Low Furness. [Summary]
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 228-230, Information included on Walney Island, Dalton and Urswick. View Volume

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 James Stonehouse. View Volume

Biographical notice of a late local antiquary
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 6 (1853-1854) Pages: 57-63, port. John Holt, the agricultural surveyor. He lived at Walton-on-the-Hill. View Volume

Description of the parish and church of Over, in Cheshire
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 33-37, View Volume

Dramatic places of amusement in Liverpool a century ago
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 192-196, illus., plan. Includes a plan of Ranelagh Gardens. View Volume

Historical notes, respecting the township and village of Everton
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 66-78, illus. View Volume

Salt, and its manufacture in Cheshire
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 100-117, View Volume

The characters of Macbeth and Richard the third, according to Shakespeare, compared
Author: Stonehouse, James
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 227-234, View Volume

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

The antiquities of Storeton, in Wirral
Author: E. W. Cox
Volume: 49 (1897-0) Pages: 47-70, illus., plan. View Volume

Some notes on Hindley chappell [sic]
Author: W. A. Wickham
Volume: 62 (1910-0) Pages: 67-118, ports., plans. Includes a portrait of Nicholas Stratford, bishop of Chester. View Volume

The Liverpool general transport strike, 1911
Author: H. R. Hikins
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 169-195, illus. View Volume

The 'Going-out' of Prince Charlie in 1745. Some local lights on a well-known episode of history
Author: F. S. Banner
Volume: 57 (1905-0) Pages: 62-95, front. (port)., illus. (incl. ports.) The portraits are of Prince Charles Edward and William, Duke of Cumberland. View Volume

'The stone-throwing has been forced upon us': The function of militancy within the Liverpool W.S.P.U., 1906-14
Author: K. Cowman
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 171-192, View Volume

An unrecorded Alexandrian coin hoard from Manchester (short note)
Author: K. F. Sugden
Volume: 145 (1996-0) Pages: 193-196, View Volume

The distribution of surnames in Lancashire in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Author: H. Fishwick
Volume: 53 (1901-0) Pages: 131-138, View Volume

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

An account of the life and writings of the late J. H. Swale, of Liverpool [and] Further memorials
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 143-64, (1857-8) pp. 169-82, diags. J. H. Swale was a geometer. View Volume

De tactonibus; or, some problems on contact, as treated geometrically by Apollonius, Vieta and Swale
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 25-52, diags. View Volume

Sale of Swarthmoor Hall. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 323-0, View Volume

Rural settlement in Cheshire. Some problems of origin and classification
Author: Sylvester, Dorothy
Volume: 101 (1949-0) Pages: 1-37, maps, tables. View Volume

The open fields of Cheshire
Author: Sylvester, Dorothy
Volume: 108 (1956-0) Pages: 1-33, maps, plans, table. View Volume