Yorkshire England Description And Travel Early Works To 1900 : A topographical dictionary of Yorkshire : containing the names of all the towns, villages, hamlets, gentlemen's seats, &c. in the county of York, alphabetically arranged under the heads of the North, East, and West Ridings; also in what Parish, Township, Wapentake, Division and Liberty, they are situated, with respective distances from two, three, or more Markets, or Post-Towns; stating which churches are rectories, vicarages, curacies, or chapelries; patrons of livings, with their value in the King's Books; also the value of all Livings under 150l. per annum, as returned to Parliament in 1810, and following years; A brief history of places most remarkable for antiquities; biographical notices of emminent persons, &c. Illustrated with a new map; also the markets and fairs, principal inns, bankers, the population of every Township, according to the Census taken in 1821; the names of the Acting Magistrates, Deputy Lieutenants, and the several Officers of the county / by Thomas Langdale.; Langdale, Thomas,
Yorkshire England Early Works To 1800 : Sad and bloody newes from Yorkshire : Being a true relation of a most strange barbarous, and cruel murther, committed near Ferry-Brigs, on the persons of Mr. John Andrew, and Mistris Elizabeth Stone, occasioned by Mr John Stone, uncle to the aforesaid mistris Elizabeth: and the great and wonderful discovery thereof, immediately upon the bloody tragedy acted against these two precious souls. With the manner thereof; and the sad and heavy judgments that befel the said Mr. Stone, and his dear wife, as they lay a few nights after in their bed; to the unspeakable grief of their friends and relations.
Yorkshire England Law And Legislation : Exceeding joyfull nevves from Scotland : brought over by the Lord Mackland and read in the House of Commons upon Thursday last being the 18 day of this instant month of August 1642 : with the Paliaments [sic] resolution concerning the Yorkshire propositions declaring their intentions for the sending downe of forces both of horse and foot for the safety of the said county : likewise the resolution of the Earle of Rutland, the Earle of Exceter and the Lord Paget with divers others that are come from His Maiesty are resolved to come to the house again if they may be received.