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This searches the indexes to the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

[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]
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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
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Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 254-0, View Volume

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

Laws
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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'
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Volume: 2 (1849-1850) Pages: 260-0, View Volume

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

Presentation to the Rev. Dr. Hume
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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
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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
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Volume: 117 (1965-0) Pages: 195-201, illus. View Volume

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

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