XXXIII. Miscellanea [x]. 1935.



Yorkshire abbeys and the wool trade. By Herbert E. Wroot. 1
Wills of the parishes of Rothwell, Saxton Sherburn-in-Elmet, Swillington, Thorner, Whitkirk and Woodkirk. 22
A sixteenth-century rental of the manor of Temple Newsam and its appurtenances. By G E. Kirk. 61
A rental of the bailiwick of Whitkirk. By G. E. Kirk. 71
Chapter House records. [Extents, 1341, of Leeds, Rothwell Allerton Bywater, Kippax, and Ledston. Translated by John Lister.] 83
John Harrison [1579-1656], the Leeds benefactor, and his times. By Margaret A. Hornsey. 103
Charles Donald Hardcastle. [Ob. 1903. A short obituary by G. D. Lumb, and reprint of Hardcastle's paper on Leeds from 1758 to 1837.] 148
John Miers, the profilist. By G. D. Lumb. 154
Extracts from the Leeds Intelligencer, 1763-1768. By G. D. Lumb. 156
William Boyne, F.S.A.. numismatist, of Leeds and Florence [1814-93]. By G. D. Lumb. 228
Wills, inventories, and bonds of the manor courts of Temple Newsam, 1613-1701. By G. E. Kirk. 241
The manorial system and copyhold tenure. By George Glover Alexander. 283
Monuments in St John's church, Leeds. By G. D. Lurnb. 306
Monumental inscriptions in the churchyard of St. John the Evangelist, Leeds. Copied by George Denison Lumb 317
The tithes of Farnley: an eighteenth-century dispute. By William E. Preston. 427
Paganini in Leeds, January 1832. By Frederick Dawson. 447
Royal heraldic supporters. By Norrison Cavendish Scatcherd [1838]. 459

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