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LII. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica: or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue of a portion of a Col.

lection of Early English Poetry, with occasional Extracts and Remarks Biographical and Critical.
By the Rev. Tuomas Corser, M.A., F.S.A., Rural Dean; Rector of Stand, Lancashire; and Vicar

of Norton, Northamptonshire. Part I. pp. xi, 208.

LIII. Mamecestre: being Chapters from the early recorded History of the Barony, the Lordship or

Manor, the Vill Borough or Town, of Manchester. Edited by John Harland, Esq., F.S.A. Vol. I.

pp. 207. Frontispiece.
LIV. Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories from the Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The Third

Portion. (Conclusion). pp. v, 272.

LV. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica. Part II. pp. vi, 209–456.
LVI. Mamecestre. Vol. II. pp. 209–431.
LVII. Chetham Miscellanies. Vol. III. Edited by William LANGTON, Esq. : containing

On the South Lancashire Dialect, with Biographical Notices of John Collier, the author of Tim
Bobbin. By Thos. Heywood, Esq.

Rentale de Cokersand : being the Bursar's Rent Roll of the Abbey of Cokersand, in the County
Palatine of Lancaster, for the year 1501. Printed from the Original. Edited by the Rev. F. R.
RAINES, M.A., F.S.A. pp. xviii, 46.

The Names of all the Gentlenién of the best callinge webin the countye of Lancastre, whereof choyse

ys to be made of a c'ten number to lend vnto her Matye moneye vpon privie seals in Janvarye 1588.

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From a manuscript in the possession of the Rev. F. R. RAINES, M.A., H.S.A. pp. 9.

Some Instruction given by William Booth Esquire to his stewards John Carington and William

Rowcrofte, upon the purchase of Warrington by Sir George Booth Baronet and William Booth his

son, A.D. MDCXVIII. Communicated by WILLIAM BEAMONT, Esq. pp. 8.

Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, 1643. Edited by Thomas Heywood, Esq.,

F.S.A. pp. 15.

The Names of eight hundred inhabitants of Manchester who took the oath of allegiance to Charles

II. in April, 1679. Communicated by John HARLAND, F.S.A. pp. 8.

The Pole Booke of Manchester, May ye 22d 1690. Edited by WILLIAM LANGTON, Esq. pp. 43.

Map and folding Table.

Twentieth year (1862–3).

LVIII. Mamecestre. Vol. III. (Conclusion.) pp. 51, 433–627.
LIX. 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. Edited by the Rev. F. R.

RAINES, M.A., F.S.A. Vol. I. pp. xxxix, 168.

LX, A History of the Chantries within the County Palatine of Lancaster, &c. Vol. II. (Conclusion).

Twenty-first year (1863–4).

General Index to the Remains Historical and Literary published by the Chetham Society, vols. I-XXX.

pp. viii, 168.

LXI. I. Abbott's Journal. II. An Account of the Tryalls &c. in Manchester in 1694. Edited by the

Rt. Rev. ALEXANDER Goss, D.D. pp.xix, 32; xxi, 42; 5.
LXII. Discourse of the Warr in Lancashire. Edited by WILLIAM BEAMONT, Esq. pp. xxxiv, 164

Two Plates.

Twenty-second year (1864-5).

LXVI. The Stanley Papers. Part III. Private Devotions and Miscellanies of James seventh earl of
Derby, K.G., with a Prefatory Memoir and Appendix

of Documents. Edited by the Rev. CANON
RAINES, M.A., F.S.A. Vol. 1. pp. i-ccviii. "Four Plates.
LXVII. The Stanley Papers. Part III. Vol. 2. pp. ccix-cccxcv. Four Plates.
LXVIII. Collectanea relating to Manchester and its Neighbourhood, at various periods. Compiled

arranged and edited by John HARLAND, F.S.A. Vol. I. pp. viii, 258.

LXIX. The Admission Register of the Manchester School, with some Notices of the more distinguished

Scholars. Edited by the Rev. JEREMIAH Finch SMITH, M.A., Rector of Aldridge, Staffordshire,

and Rural Dean. Vol. I., from A.D. 1730 to A.D. 1775. Pp. viii, 253.
LXX. The Stanley Papers. Part III. Vol. 3. (Conclusion.) pp. 112 and 65. Frontispiece.
LXXI. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica. Part III. pp. x, 282.

Twenty-fifth year (1867–8).

LXXII. Collectanea relating to Manchester and its Neighbourhood. Vol. II. pp. viii, 252.
LXXIII. The Admission Register of the Manchester School, with some Notices of the more dis-

tinguished Scholars. Edited by the Rev. JEREMIAH Finch Smith, M.A., Rector of Aldridge,

Staffordshire, and Rural Dean. Vol. II., from A.D. 1776 to A.D. 1807. Pp. v, 302.

LXXIV. Three Lancashire Documents of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth centuries, namely: I. The

Great De Lacy Inquisition, Feb. 16, 1311. II. Survey of 1320-1346. III. Custom Roll and Rental

of the Manor of Ashton-under-Lyne, 1421. Edited by John HarLAND, Esq., F.S.A. pp. xiii, 140.

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LXXV. Lancashire Funeral Certificates. Edited by Thomas WILLIAM KING, Esq., F.S.A., York

Herald. With additions by the Rev. F. R. RAINES, M.A., F.S.A., Vice-President of the Chetham

Society. pp. viii, 102.
LXXVI. Observations and Instructions divine and morall. In Verse. By Robert Heywood of Hey-

wood, Lancashire. Edited by JAMES CROSSLEY, Esq., F.S.A. pp. xxiv, 108.
LXXVII. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica. Part IV. pp. vi, 260.

VOL.

Twenty-seventh year (1869–70). LXXVIII. Tracts written in the Controversy respecting the Legitimacy of Amicia, daughter of

Hugh Cyveliok, earl of Chester. A.D. 1673-1679. By sir Peter Leycester, bart., and sir Thomas Mainwaring, bart. Reprinted from the Collection at Peover. Edited, with an Introduction, by

WILLIAM BeamoNT, Esq. Part I. pp. xcv. 94. Portrait of sir Peter Leycester. LXXIX. Tracts written in the Controversy respecting the Legitimacy of Amicia. Part II. pp. 95–322.

Portrait of sir Thomas Mainwaring. LXXX. Tracts written in the Controversy respecting the Legitimacy of Amicia. Part III. pp. 323–550.

With frontispiece of Stall at Peover.

Twenty-eighth year (1870-71).

LXXXI. The Visitation of the County Palatine of Lancaster, made in the year 1567, by William

Flower, Esq., Norroy king of arms. Edited by the Rev. F. R. Raines, M.A., F.S.A., Vicar of

Milnrow, and Hon. Canon of Manchester. pp. xvi. 141.
LXXXII. The Visitation of the County Palatine of Lancaster, made in the year 1613, by Richard St.

George, Esq., Norroy king of arms. Edited by the Rev. F. R. RAINES, M.A., F.S.A., Vicar of Miln

row, Hon. Canon of Manchester, and Rural Dean. pp. xx. 142. LXXXIII. Chetham Miscellanies. Vol. IV.: containing

Some Account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire ; with an engraving from

his Portrait at Wincham, together with the Autobiographical Memoranda or Diary of his Widow, Elizabeth Venables. From the Original MS. in the possession of LEE P. TOWNSHEND, Esq. pp. 28. Portrait of General Robert Venables.

A Forme of Confession grounded vpon the Ancient Catholique and Apostoliqne Faith. Made and composed by the honorable ladie The Lady Bridget Egerton. A.D. 1636. From the original MS. in the possession of Sir PHILIP DE MALPAS GREY EGERTON, Bart., M.P. pp. 31. Plate.

A Kalender conteyning the Names of all such Gent, and others as upon her Maty's Pryvye Seales have paid their Money to the hands of Sir Hugh Cholmondeley Knyghte Collect' of Her Hyghnes Loane within the Countye of Chester together wth the severall Somes and Daies of Receipt. A.D. 1597. From the original MS. iu the possession of R. H. Woov, Esq., F.S.A. pp. iv. 4.

History of Warrington Friary. Edited by WILLIAM BEAMONT, Esq. pp. viii. 80. Four Plates, being Efigies and Arms, Tombstones, and Fragments.

Charles Simms and Co., Printers, Manchester.

REMAINS

HISTORICAL & LITERARY

CONNECTED WITH THE PALATINE COUNTIES OF

LANCASTER AND CHESTER.

PUBLISHED BY

THE CHETHAM SOCIETY.

VOL. LXXXIII.

PRINTED FOR THE CHETHAM SOCIETY.

M.DCCC.LXXII.

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