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Ed. R M Butler. M Johnson; B Sitch; V G Swan, J Monaghan; R A Hall; T Wilmott; A Whitworth; B English, R Hoyle; A E Sharpe; R T Spence; W E Tate, L Edmonds; G Hinchliffe; C S Hallas; W P Hartley; N J Tringham Listings

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1 Ed. R M Butler. M Johnson; B Sitch; V G Swan, J Monaghan; R A Hall; T Wilmott; A Whitworth; B English, R Hoyle; A E Sharpe; R T Spence; W E Tate, L Edmonds; G Hinchliffe; C S Hallas; W P Hartley; N J Tringham The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 65, 1993, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Leeds, Yorkshire The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Maney Publishing 1993 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: Investigation of a Multi-Period Landscape, Potter Brompton, North Yorkshire; Thomas Sheppard, the Morfitts of Atwick and Allen Coin Number 223; Headpots, A North African Tradition in Roman York; Observations in Ripon Cathdral Crypt 1989; Excavation and Survey on the Line of grim's Ditch, West Yorkshire, 1977-83; Yorkshire Dovecotes and Pigeon Lofts, a Preliminary Survey; What Was in St. Mary's Tower, York, an Inventory of 1610; The Paget Memorial, St. Mary's, Skirpenbeck, Some Problems Considered; A Noble Funeral in the Great War; A Commentary on Richard Braithwaite's "Barnabae Itinerarium" 1638; The Robinsons of Newby Park and Newby Hall, Part 3, Thomas Robinson, Baron Grantham 1695-1770 and His Descendants; Industry in a Rural Area, Employment and Wages in the Swaledale and Wensleydale Lead Industry in the Nineteenth Century; Involvement in Coal Mining by the Wool Textiles Industry, some West Yorkshire examples; A Redundant Church in Medieval York, a note on St. Benet's; Obituaries: Amy G Foster; D A Spratt; Book Reviews. Pale peach-coloured covers are lightly marked, sound binding, clean pages with photographs, maps, plans, drawings, charts and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's book-plate laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021041. Paperback 
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