Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society
Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society., 1905
Vol. 7-10, 12-21 contain section: "Bibliography of Lancashire and Cheshire antiquities" (v. 12-21 include also bibliography).
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Side 5 - Index to archaeologists is now recognised. Every effort is made to keep its contents up to date and continuous, but it is obvious that the difficulties are great unless the assistance of the societies is obtained. If for any reason the papers of a society are not indexed in the year to which they properly belong, the plan is to include them in the following year ; and whenever the papers of societies are brought into the Index for the first time they are then indexed from the year 1891.
Side 5 - Many of the societies in union with the Society of Antiquaries take a sufficient number of copies of the yearly Index to issue with their transactions to each of their members. The more this plan is extended the less will be the cost of the Index to each society.
Side 7 - ... whereby not only the better sort of men are employed but also the very children by their own labour can maintain themselves. There are besides all kinds of foreign merchandise bought and returned by the merchants of the town, amounting to the sum of many thousands of pounds weekly.
Side 121 - I, AB do here, in the presence of God, the searcher of all hearts, take thee, CD for my wedded wife, and do also, in the presence of God, and before these witnesses, promise to be to thee a loving and faithful husband.
Side 5 - By this plan it will be seen that the year 1891 is treated as the commencing year for the Index, and that all transactions published in and since that year will find their place in the series. To make this work complete an index of the transactions from the beginning of archaeological societies down to the year 1890 is needed. This work is now going through the press. Societies will greatly oblige by communicating any omissions or suggestions to the editor, LAURENCE GOMME, FSA, 24, Dorset Square,...
Side 121 - The man to be married, taking the woman to be married by the hand, shall plainly and distinctly pronounce these words: I AB do...
Side 5 - If for any reason the papers of a society are not indexed in the year to which they properly belong the plan is to include them in the following year ; and whenever the papers of societies are brought into the Index for the first time they are then indexed from the year 1891. By this means it will be seen that the year 1891 is treated as the commencing year for the Index and that all transactions published in and since that year will find their place in the series. To make...
Side 208 - Journey, begun at the City of Norwich, and from thence into the North, on Monday, August llth, 1634, and ending at the same place. By a Captaine, a Lieutenant, and an Ancient, all three of the Military Company in Norwich.
Side 94 - ... many of them left the town and sent away their effects, and some their provisions, their bread and their cheese and their liquor, which exporting of what we and our expected visitors might want was put a stop to in some measure by sending the bellman to prohibit it. We were told one morning that they were gone to Liverpool, but it was false intelligence, for that day about noon there came a sergeant and a drummer in a Highland dress, with a woman on horseback carrying a drum, which they beat...