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

Dock Labour at Liverpool: occupational structure and working conditions in the late-nineteenth century
Author: E. L. Taplin
Volume: 127 (1978-0) Pages: 133-154, View Volume

[Roman coins found at Tarbock exhibited]
Author:
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 14-0, illus. View Volume

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

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

Thomas Tarleton of Liverpool. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 90-0, View Volume

[Hospitallers' lands at Tarporley]. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 68 (1916-0) Pages: 202-204, View Volume

Tarporley in 1755
Author:
Volume: 64 (1912-0) Pages: 292-308, illus. View Volume

The post-Reformation effigies and monuments of Cheshire (1550-1800)
Author: F. H. Crossley
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 1-123, front, illus. The frontispiece is an effigy of Mary Knightley of Tarporley. View Volume

John Brindley (1811-1873), Cheshire schoolmaster. The opponent of atheism
Author: G. W. Place
Volume: 133 (1984-0) Pages: 113-132, John Brindley founded a school at Tarvin in 1843. View Volume

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

Cheshire and the defence of the principality of Aquitaine
Author: P. J. Morgan
Volume: 128 (1979-0) Pages: 139-160, View Volume

Lancashire hearth taxes
Author: W. F. Irvine
Volume: 52 (1900-0) Pages: 127-138, View Volume

The Lancashire and Cheshire clergy 1379
Author: M. J. Bennett
Volume: 124 (1972-0) Pages: 1-30, Includes the text of the clerical poll tax returns for the archdeaconry of Chester, 1379. View Volume

The Wigan coalfield in 1851
Author: Taylor, A. J.
Volume: 106 (1954-0) Pages: 117-126, View Volume

Politics in famine-stricken Preston. An examination of Liberal Party management, 1861-65
Author: Taylor, H. A.
Volume: 107 (1955-0) Pages: 121-139, tables. View Volume

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

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

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

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

Quarter sessions in Lancashire in the middle of the eighteenth century: the court in session and its records
Author: Peter Taylor
Volume: 139 (1990-0) Pages: 73-82, 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

Three cruck buildings in Lancashire and Cheshire. [Includes] Pudding Pie Nook, Wrea Green
Author: R. F. Taylor
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 33-57, illus., plans. View Volume

The Atlantic telegraphs. A description of the manufacture, laying and working of the cables of 1865 and 1866; with an explanation of the means employed for recovering the lost cable of 1865
Author: E. B. Bright
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 151-168, illus., diags. View Volume

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

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

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: Tempest, Mrs. Arthur Cecil
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 156-176, View Volume

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

The descent of the Mascys of Rixton, in the county of Lancaster
Author: Tempest, Mrs. Arthur Cecil
Volume: 39 (1887-0) Pages: 59-158, illus., pedigree. View Volume

The domesday woodland of Cheshire
Author: Terrett, Ian B.
Volume: 100 (1948-0) Pages: 1-7, maps. 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

[Manchester trade; textiles in 1593]. In Stray notes.
Author:
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 212-215, 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. Includes, as a tenant, Samuel Crompton. View Volume

The Liverpool cotton market: Britain's first futures market
Author: Nigel Hall
Volume: 149 (2000-0) Pages: 99-118,

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

Thingwall windmill
Author:
Volume: 60 (1908-0) Pages: 188-0, illus. View Volume

[Tarvin church and Eddisbury hill]
Author: Thom, David
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 100-101, View Volume

Liverpool churches and chapels; their destruction, removal or alteration: With notices of clergymen, ministers and others
Author: Thom, David
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 137-88, (1852-3) pp. 3-56, illus. View Volume

On the Scotch kirks and congregations in Liverpool; being a brief sketch of their rise and progress [and] Explanation of his paper
Author: Thom, David
Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 69-84, 229-31. View Volume

Classical monument in a gothic church. The memorial to the XVIth earl of Derby in Liverpool cathedral
Author: Thomas, John
Volume: 135 (1986-0) Pages: 117-139, illus. The Anglican cathedral.

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

An account of the Roman and British remains, found north and east of the River Wyre
Author: Thornber, Rev. William
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 116-126, illus. View Volume

On the geology of the Fylde district
Author: Thornber, Rev. William
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 187-198, View Volume

Remarks on the evidences of Roman occupation in the Fylde district
Author: Thornber, Rev. William
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 57-67, illus., plan. View Volume

The castle hill of Penwortham
Author: Thornber, Rev. William
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 61-76, illus. View Volume

Traces of the Britons, Saxons, and Danes in the Foreland of the Fylde
Author: Thornber, Rev. William
Volume: 4 (1851-1852) Pages: 100-118, 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 item on a sundial at Thornton. View Volume

Thornton Grange in Wirral. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 76 (1924-0) Pages: 243-0, View Volume

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

Cockersand chapter-house
Author: Rev. W. A. Wickham
Volume: 67 (1915-0) Pages: 86-123, illus., diags., pedigree. Includes an illustration of Thurnham Hall; the pedigree is of the Dalton family of Thurnham. View Volume

The Daltons of Thurnham
Author: W. O. Roper
Volume: 42 (1890-0) Pages: 97-124, illus., pedigree. View Volume

Local views
Author:
Volume: 78 (1926-0) Pages: 129-0, (illus.). Notebook of Thomas Rickman, with view of Thurstaston church. View Volume

The parish of Thurstaston
Author: F. C. Beazley
Volume: 75 (1923-0) Pages: 1-177, front., illus., maps, pedigrees. View Volume

A new painting of Liverpool: A Prospect of Liverpool about 1725
Author: Anthony Tibbles
Volume: 152 (2003-0) Pages: 21-26,

On the results of the self-registering tide gauge
Author: W. Lord
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 235-237, graphs. View Volume

On the tides and datums of the Lancashire coast
Author: R. Veevers
Volume: 49 (1897-0) Pages: 171-175, table. View Volume

Results of an examination of the records of the Liverpool self-registering tide gauge, for the years 1854, 1855 and 1856
Author: T. M. Parks
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 223-226, tables. View Volume

'Tig' in the collection of Joseph Mayer
Author:
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 7-0, illus. View Volume

The mediaeval bedposts in Broughton church, Chester
Author: Timbrell, W. F. John
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 228-244, illus., pedigrees. View Volume

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

Mrs. Charles Tinsley, novelist and poet, a little-known Lancashire authoress
Author: H. Peet
Volume: 81 (1929-0) Pages: 215-248, port. Mrs. Tinsley was born in Preston. Includes an appendix on George Herbert Tinsley. View Volume

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

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

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

Tockholes chapel
Author: J. Livesey
Volume: 73 (1921-0) Pages: 187-188, View Volume

The first house of correction for the county of Lancaster
Author: Tollit, Sylvia S.
Volume: 105 (1953-0) Pages: 69-90, illus. View Volume

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

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

The Lancashire witches: 1612 and 1634
Author: Tonge, Mildred
Volume: 83 (1931-0) Pages: 153-177, View Volume

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

Richard Towneley (1629-1707), the Towneley group and seventeenth-century science
Author: C. Webster
Volume: 118 (1966-0) Pages: 51-76, illus. (incl. port.), pedigree. The portrait is of John Towneley, 1528-1608. View Volume

The Forest of Pendle in the seventeenth century
Author: M. Brigg
Volume: 113 (1961-0) Pages: 65-96, illus., map, table; 115 (1963) pp. 65-90, illus. (incl. port.), map. The portrait is of Christopher Towneley, 1604-74. View Volume

A visit to the tomb of Theodoro Paleologus
Author: Towson, John Thomas
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 213-222, illus., pedigree. Landulph church, Cornwall. View Volume

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

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

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

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

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

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

The history of photography to the year 1844
Author: Towson, John Thomas
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 249-256, View Volume

The mythology of aerostation
Author: Towson, John Thomas
Volume: 26 (1873-1874) Pages: 75-82, illus. Balloon ascents, including reference to Liverpool. 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

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

Richard Mather of Toxteth. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 90-0, Richard Mather was a preacher at Toxteth chapel, 1626. View Volume

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

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

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

Blundell's collieries: Wages, disputes and conditions of work
Author: D. Anderson
Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 109-143, illus., tables. View Volume

The Lancashire miners, Thomas Greenall and the Labour party, 1900-1906
Author: J. Hill
Volume: 130 (1981-0) Pages: 115-130, View Volume

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

A man who lived with the fairies. In Stray notes
Author: Traditions, CUSTOMS, FOLKLORE AND LEGENDS see also PROVERBS AND SAYINGS; RECREATIONS
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 92-0, Lawrence Billinge and the way between Budworth and Utkinton. View Volume

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

Ancient customs and superstitions in Cumberland
Author: A. C. Gibson
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 97-110, View Volume

Children's games and jingles in Lancashire about 1900
Author: A. Gaskell
Volume: 116 (1964-0) Pages: 207-223, View Volume

Description of two ancient carved oak panels
Author: J. Clements
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 10-11, View Volume

Lenten notes of the olden time
Author: Traditions, CUSTOMS, FOLKLORE AND LEGENDS see also PROVERBS AND SAYINGS; RECREATIONS
Volume: 31 (1878-1879) Pages: 113-0, 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. View Volume

On the popular customs and superstitions of Lancashire
Author: T. T. Wilkinson
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 155-62, (1859-60) pp. 85-98; 13 (1860-1) pp. 1-16. View Volume

Soul cakes. In Stray notes
Author: Traditions, CUSTOMS, FOLKLORE AND LEGENDS see also PROVERBS AND SAYINGS; RECREATIONS
Volume: 71 (1919-0) Pages: 92-0, 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

Tramway companies in Liverpool 1859-1897
Author: A. S. Munro
Volume: 119 (1967-0) Pages: 181-212, illus., map, diags. 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 an equine interment on Holt Hill. View Volume

On the old halls of Cheshire. No. 1: Tranmere Hall
Author: J. Mayer
Volume: 3 (1850-1851) Pages: 107-111, illus. View Volume

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

Ashton-under-Lyne church, etc. In Stray notes
Author:
Volume: 66 (1914-0) Pages: 274-0, Includes information on churches at Bolton, Turton and Ormskirk. View Volume

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

The tumuli at Twemlow Hall, Cheshire
Author: J. W. Walker
Volume: 91 (1939-0) Pages: 205-206, plan. View Volume

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

Crosby Hall: Alterations carried out, 1953-1954
Author: Tyrer, Frank
Volume: 107 (1955-0) Pages: 149-152, illus. View Volume

The Harkirk, Little Crosby
Author: Tyrer, Frank
Volume: 104 (1952-0) Pages: 153-157, illus., plan. View Volume

The hatchments in Sefton church
Author: Tyrer, Frank
Volume: 107 (1955-0) Pages: 153-156, illus. View Volume