Page images
PDF
EPUB

DIRECTORY & GAZETTEER

anzie
County of York;

OF THE

[ocr errors]

WITH A VARIETY OF

COMMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, AND PROFESSIONAL

INFORMATION:

ALSO COPIOUS LISTS OF THE

Seats of the Nobility and Gentry

Of Yorkshire.

BY EDWARD RAINES.
THE DIRECTORY DEPARTMENT BY W. PARSON.

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

Printed and Published
BY EDWARD BAINES, AT THE LEEDS MERCURY OFFICE;

AND SOLD BY

HURST AND ROBINSON, 90, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON,

AND ALL OTHER BOOKSELLERS.

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

os Tor.

VOL. I.

PAGE.

the

Population of all the parishes and town-
ships in the West-Riding, in
1811 and 1821, exhibiting the
increase or diminution in each
within the last ten years,
tatistical view of the West-Riding,

History and Directory of all the

Towns in the West-Riding,

from

page 13 to 440

137 to 148

History, Directory, and Gazetteer
History and Directory of the
of all the Villages and Ham-
Towns and Villages of the

lets of the West Riding,

East-Riding, - - - - page 149 to 402

from

page 441 to 662 History and Directory of the

eats of the Nobility and Gentry,

Towns and Villages of the

including a complete List of

North-Riding,

page 403 to 590

the Magistracy of the West-
Peers who have seats in Yorkshire,

691
593

Riding, from - - - - page 643 to 652 Yorkshire Baronets,

Members of Parliament for the Bo-

-(Index.)
iii

Scotland,

List of the existing Stamp Duties,

653

654

i to lxxvi

Seats of the Magistracy and Gentry

of the Ainsty, and of the East

and North Ridings,

652 Members of Parliament for the Bo-
'roughs of the E. & N. Ridings,
653 Church Livings of the West-Riding,
with the name of the patron and
incumbent of each, as given in
all the parishes of the North
and East Ridings,
Ixxvii Principal Public Officers of the East
xcii and orth Ridings, -
xcv Register fices of the County,

xcvi Mayors of the West-Riding for 1822-3

xcvii Population of all the Towns and Bo-

xcix

roughs of England, Scotland,

and Wales, -

cxii

cxiii Table of the principal gold & silver

cxxvii

Coins of 40 countries,

cxxxi List of the London and Provincial

Newspapers,

Complete List of the Members of

the two Houses of Parliament,

Officers of the Courts-Civil and

Ecclesiastical,

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

ILLUSTRATIONS ACCOMPANYING VOL. I.

Plan of the Town of Leeds,

Reciprocal Distance Table of all the Towns

of Yorkshire.

Lists of the Fairs of Yorkshire; arranged

chronologically and alphabetically.

ILLUSTRATIONS ACCOMPANYING VOL. II.

Map of the West-Riding, and Ainsty of the Map of the East and North Ridings, eom-

pleting the Maps of Yorkshire.
Plan of the City of York.

of the Town and Port of Hull.

of the Town of Sheffield.

Table of the Reciprocal Distances of the
principal Towns in England and Wales,
with Itineraries.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

[ocr errors]

:::

[ocr errors]

...

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

...

[ocr errors]

.. 210
.. 616

Page.

Pagi
ABBIY9,-St. Mary's, York, 49; Byland, Cascades Bishopdale,

411
422; Coverham, 428; Easby, 433; Castle Howard, description of,

431
Eggleston, 437; Guisborough, 444 ; CASTLES York, 64: Wressel, 402;
Jerveaux, 463;. St. Martin's, 484; Bolton, 415; Craike, 429; Danby, 432;
Rivaulx, 520; Whitby,

571 Gilling, 442; Helmsley, 453; Hornby,
Agricultural distress, how prevented, 485 458; Hutton Sheriff, 461 ; Kirkleviug-
Ainșty, topography of,..

137 ton, 470; Malton, 477; Middleham,
Alfred King of Northumberland, 194 488; Mulgrave, 491 ; Pickering, 502 ;

Fabricacion concerning exploded, 194 Ravensworth, 508; Richmond, 511;
Alfred's Cave,

436 Scarborough, 527; Skelton, 542;
Alum Works, annual produce of 416 Slingsby, 544 ; Tanfield, 556; Thirsk,

First at Guisborough, 445 557; Whorlton, 585; Wilton, 383
Lord Mulgrave's, 464 Cattaractonium, Catterick,

424
Whitby,
574 Cathedral, York,

37 to 43
Antiquities Roman,

17, 18, 19
Beverley,

153
Archbishops of York, list of, ... 36 Church Livings,

residence of, 141 | Churches, York, .
Arthur, King of Britain,

20

decayed,
Aske Robert, residence of,

151 Civil War between the forces of Charles
Askrigg, history of,
407 I. and the Parliament,

31-234
Assessed Taxes,
634 Clifford's Tower, York,

50
Atmospheric Stone, enormous one, 401 Coifi, a Pagan priest converted, with
Aysgarth, romantic scenery of,

408 his singular speech thereon, .
Baynard Castle, singular conflagration of 189 Coins of forty different countries,
BATTLE of Baden Hills, 20; of York, 20; Constable family, antiquity of,

213
of Stamford Bridge, 21; of Neville's Constantine the Great, invested with
Cross, 26; of Marston Moor, 32; the imperial purple at York,

16
White, 492 ; of the Standard, 495 Constantine converted to Christianity,

16
Bedale, history of,

412 Cook Captain, birth place and biogra-
Beverley, history of,

155
phy of,

484
Bills of Exchange,

639 Corporation of York, 66; of Beverley,
Black Amber or Jet,

464, 524 159; of Hedon, 214; of Hull, 253;
Bolton Castle,

.. 415

of Richmond, 514; of Scarborough, 525
Brick-making, revival of in this kingdom,228 Courts of Law,

632
Bridlington, history of,
170 Coverham Abbey,

428
Quay,
173 Crackpot Cavern,

429
Britain, invaded by the Danes,

20 Craike Castle,
by the Norwegians, 21 Cumberland Duke of, visits York after
by the Normans, 21 the battle of Culloden,

33
British King, Marcus Aurelius Lucius, Curfew Bell, its origin in Britain,

22
the first crowned head that em- Danby Castle,
braced Christianity,
14 Dane's Dike,

368
Brompton John de, birth place of, 419 | Dane's Graves,
Buckingham Duke of, his dissipated Danish Duelists, how treated,

167
life and miserable death,
... 452 Dinus Sinus of Ptolemy,

433
Byland Abbey,
.. 422 Discount Table,

642
Canute's just reproof to his courtiers, 21 Driffield Great, history of,
Carausius, a native of Britain, causes

Little,
himself to be proclaimed emperor of

..

..

[ocr errors]

...

..

...

...

...

...

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

::::::::

198

Duncombe Park, description of,
of the Romans at York,

15 Easby Abbey,

194
.. 453

« PreviousContinue »