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Travels in Holland the United provinces England Scotland and Ireland by William Brereton1
The life of Adam Martindale by Adam Martindale4
The Norris Papers by Thomas Heywood9
The Coucher Book or Cartulary of Whalley Abbey. Vol. 1 by W. A. Hulton10
The Coucher Book or Cartulary of Whalley Abbey. Vol. 2 by W. A. Hulton11
The Moore rental by Sir Edward Moore12
The Coucher Book or Cartulary of Whalley Abbey. Vol. 3 by W. A. Hulton16
Warrington in MCCCCLXV : as described in a contemporary rent roll of the Legh family, in the possession ofThomas Legh, esquire, of Lyme Park by William Beamont17
The Coucher Book or Cartulary of Whalley Abbey, Vol. 4 by W. A. Hulton20
Notitia Cestriensis, or historic notices of the diocese of Chester, vol, ii, pt. II by F. R. Raines21
Notitia Cestriensis, or historic notices of the diocese of Chester, vol, ii, pt. III by F. R. Raines22
Chetham Miscellanies. Volume 1 by John Fitchett Marsh24
The Jacobite Trials in Manchester in 1694 by William Beamont28
Documents relating to the Priory of Penwortham, and other possessions in Lancashire of the Abbey of Evesham by Evesham30
The Derby Household Books; Regulations and Expences of Edward and Henry, third and fourth Earls of Derby; with a Diary of the Names of Guests. Part II by William Farington31
Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories from the Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The First Portion. by G. J. Piccope33
The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall in the County of Lancaster at Smithils and Gawthorpe from September 1582 to October 1621. Part I by John Harland35
The diary and correspondence of Dr. John Worthington, vol. ii, pt 1 by James Crossley36
Chetham Miscellanies. Volume 2 by Joseph Brooks Yates37
The Farington Papers :The Shrievalty of William Farington, Esq., AD 1636 by Susan Maria Farington39
The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall in the County of Lancaster at Smithils and Gawthorpe from September 1582 to October 1621. Part III by John Harland43
The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall in the County of Lancaster at Smithils and Gawthorpe from September 1582 to October 1621. Part IV by John Harland46
A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and against Popery (published in or about the Reign of James II) in the Manchester Library founded by Humphrey Chetham by Thomas Jones48
The Lancashire Lieutenancy under the Tudors and Stuarts. Part I by John Harland49
The Lancashire Lieutenancy under the Tudors and Stuarts. Part II by John Harland50
Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories from the Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The Second Portion by G. J. Piccope51
Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories from the Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The Third Portion. by G. J. Piccope54
Mamecestre; being chapters from the early recorded history of the barony; the lordship or manor; the vill, borough, or town, of Manchester; vol. 2 by John Harland56
Chetham Miscellanies. Volume 3 by Thomas Heywood57
A history of the chantries within the county palatine of Lancaster, being the reports of the royal commissioners of Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Queen Mary, vol. 1 by F. R. Raines60
I Richard Abbott's Journal. II The Trials at Manchester in 1694 by Alexander Goss61
A Discourse of the Warr in Lancashire by William Beamont62
A volume of court leet records for the manor of Manchester in the sixteenth century (pt. i) by John Harland63
A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and against Popery (published in or about the Reign of James II) in the Manchester Library founded by Humphrey Chetham. Part Two by Thomas Jones64
The Stanley Papers, pt. iii; Private devotions and miscellanies of James, seventh Earl of Derby. KG, with a prefatory memoir and an appendix of documents, vol. 2 by F. R. Raines67
Mamecestre; being chapters from the early recorded history of the barony; the lordship or manor; the vill, borough, or town, of Manchester; vol. 3 by John Harland68
The admission register of the Manchester School with some notices of the more distinguished scholars, Vol. 1 AD 1730-1775 by Jeremiah Finch Smith69
Collectanea relating to Manchester and its neighbourhood at various periods. Vol. 2 by John Harland72
The admission register of the Manchester School with some notices of the more distinguished scholars, Vol. 2 AD 1776-1807 by Jeremiah Finch Smith73
Three Lancashire documents of the fourteenth an fifteenth centuries, comprising ; I The great de Lacy Inquisition Feb 16,1311 ; II The survey of 1320-1346 ; III Custom roll and rentalof the manor of Ashton-under-Lyne, November 11, 1422 by John Harland74
Lancashire Funeral Certificates (1568-1675) by F. R. Raines75
Tracts Written in the Controversy Respecting the Legitimacy of Amicia, Daughter of Hugh Cyveliok, Earl of Chester, a.D. 1673-1679. Part II by Peter Leycester79
The visitation of the county palatine of Lancaster , made in the year 1613, by Richard St George, esq., Norroy king of arms by F. R. Raines82
The Dr. Farmer Chetham ms., being a common-place book in the Chetham Library, Manchester, temp. Elizabeth, James I, and Charles I, consisting of verse and prose , most hitherto unpublished. Part 1 by Alexander B. Grosart89
The Dr. Farmer Chetham ms., being a common-place book in the Chetham Library, Manchester, temp. Elizabeth, James I, and Charles I, consisting of verse and prose , most hitherto unpublished. Part 2 by Alexander B. Grosart90
The admission register of the Manchester School with some notices of the more distinguished scholars, Vol. 3 May 1807 to September 1837 Part I by Jeremiah Finch Smith93
The admission register of the Manchester School with some notices of the more distinguished scholars, Vol. 3 AD May 1807 to September 1837 Pt II by Jeremiah Finch Smith94
Abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem made by Christopher Towneley and Roger Dodsworth extracted from manuscripts at Towneley by William Langton95
Chetham Miscellanies Volume 5 by F. R. Raines96
The visitation of Lancashire and a part of Cheshire, made in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of King Henry the Eighth, A.D. 1533, by special commission of Thomas Benalt, Clarencieux. Part 1 by William Langton98
Inventories of the goods in the churches and chapels of Lancashire taken in the year 1552. Part I - Salford Hundred by John Eglington Bailey107
The Correspondence of Nathan Walworth and Peter Seddon of Outwood, and other documents chiefly relating to the building of Ringley Chapel by John Samuel Fletcher109
The Visitation of Lancashire and part of Cheshire, made in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of King Henry the Eighth, A.D. 1533 by special commission of Thomas Benalt, Clarencieux. Part 2 by William Langton110
Two "Compoti" of the Lancashire and Cheshire manors of Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, 24 and 28 Edward I by P. A. Lyons112
Inventories of the goods in the churches and chapels of Lancashire taken in the year 1552. Part II - West Derby, Blackburn, and Leyland Hundreds by John Eglington Bailey113
The diary and correspondence of Dr. John Worthington, vol. ii, pt 2 by Richard Copley Christie114
General index of the Remains historical and literary published by the Chetham Society, vols. XXXI-CXIV by Chetham Societyunnumbered

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