York Abbots England : [Indenture document contracted with Clement, Abbot of St. Mary Abbey, York]
York Allotment Of Land England Early Works To 1800 : An act for dividing, allotting, inclosing, and draining, the open fields, common pastures, and moors or commons, in the township and parish of Terrington, in the North Riding of the county of York [electronic resource].
York Architecture Medieval England : The history of the metropolitan church of St. Peter, York : illustrated by extracts from authentic records, by plans, sections, and engravings of architectural and sculptural details / by John Browne.
York Bishops England Biography Early Works To 1800 : The Loyal martyr [electronic resource] : Or, The life of the Most Reverend Father in God, Richard Scroop, archbishop of York. Cruelly put to death by King Henry IV, for adhering to his rightful sovereign. With the articles by him exhibited against the aforesaid intruding King.
York Booksellers Catalogs England Early Works To 1800 : A catalogue of several valuable libraries and collections of books lately purchased, [electronic resource] : Containing upwards of Twenty Thousand Volumes, (ancient and Modern) In most Languages, Arts, and Sciences, Including many of the best and scarcest Articles in every class of literature. Chiefly in good Condition, and several in elegant Bindings. Which will be sold exceeding cheap, for Ready Money, (the Prices printed in the Catalogue) By Thomas Wilson and son, Booksellers and Stationers, At Dryden's Head in High Ousegate, York, Who give the utmost Value, in Ready Money, for any Library or Parcel of Books, exchange New Books for Old, appraise Libraries, &c. Catalogues (price Sixpence, to be allowed in Purchase) may be had of Mess. Richardson and Urquhart. under the Royal Exchange, London; of the Booksellers at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cambridge, Oxford, Salisbury, Newcastle, Durham, Darlington, Lincoln, Manchester, Nottingham, Northampton, Derby, Chesterfield, Hull, Doncaster, Leeds, Wakefield, Halifax, Sheffield, Barnsley, Pontefract, Ripon, Thirsk, Whitby, Malton, and at the Pla
York Broadsides England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. [electronic resource] : Whereas, upon summons from us, divers gentlemen of this our county of York did attend us upon Thursday the twelfth of this instant May,...
York Castle (York, England) : Criminal chronology of York Castle : with a register of criminals capitally convicted and executed at the county assizes, commencing March 1st, 1379, to the present time : an interesting record to those who trace the progress of crime through the change of manners, the increase of population, and the raised complexion of the penal code / carefully compiled from prison documents, ancient papers, and other authentic sources, materially assisted by William Knipe.
York Cathedrals England Early Works To 1800 : An Accurate description and history of the metropolitan and cathedral churches of Canterbury and York, from their first foundation to the present year... Illustrated with one hundred and seventeen copper-plates, ...
York Charity Schools England : An account of two charity schools for the education of girls [electronic resource] : and of a female friendly society in York: Interspersed with Reflections on Charity Schools and Friendly Societies in General. By Catharine Cappe.
York Children Employment England : An account of two charity schools for the education of girls [electronic resource] : and of a female friendly society in York: Interspersed with Reflections on Charity Schools and Friendly Societies in General. By Catharine Cappe.