Wagers -- England -- York -- Early works to 1800. : The famous turf cause, of Burdon against Rhodes : tried at the Guildhall, York, before Mr. Baron Thomson, and a special jury, on Wednesday the 10th day of August, 1791. To which are added, some observations on the merits of the case, as well as on the singular cicumstance attending the trial. By a bystander.
Witchcraft -- England -- York. : Extraordinary life and character of Mary Bateman [electronic resource] : the Yorkshire witch, traced from the earliest thefts of her infancy through a most awful course of crimes and murders : till her execution at the New Drop, near the Castle of York, on Monday the twentieth of March, 1809.
Women -- Education -- England -- York. : An account of two charity schools for the education of girls : and of a female friendly society in York: Interspersed with Reflections on Charity Schools and Friendly Societies in General. By Catharine Cappe.
Yorke, Henry Redhead, 1772-1813. : The trial of Henry Yorke, for a conspiracy, &c. before the Hon. Mr. Justice Rooke, at the assizes, held for the county of York, on Saturday, July 10, 1795. Published by the defendant, from Mr. Ramsay's short-hand notes.
Yorke, Joseph, 1724-1792. : Lettre du Sr. Joly de St. Valier : Lieutenent Colonel D'Infanterie, a Mr. Le Chevalier Yorke, Ci-Devant Ambassadeur D'Angleterre a La Haie. Suivie d'observations et de details interessants sur les evenements que cette Lettre a produit.
Yorke, Malcolm. : Gargoyles and tattie-bogles : the lives and work of Douglas Percy Bliss & Phyllis Dodd : a highly important new book by Malcolm Yorke and the first published on their work : to be published in September 2017 at the Fleece Press : [prospectus].
Yorke, Malcolm. : To war with paper & brush : Captain Edward Ardizzone, official war artist : a new book by Malcolm Yorke : to be published in September 2007 at the Fleece Press : [prospectus].