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The Council of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society desire it OFFICERS FOR 1886.
to be known that the Authors alone are responsible for any statements or opinions contained in their contributions to the Transactions of the
Society. The Society are indebted to Major-General Owen for kindly contributing the
view of Wycoller Hall (p. 173), to Mr. N. Heywood for the cut on p. 17, to Mr. Heginbotham for the fac-simile on p. 251, to Mr. Scholes for the cuts on pp. 342-4, to the proprietors of the Bolton Chronicle for the cut of the Bolton Grammar School (P. 356), and to Mr. Earwaker for the fac
simile of a Dauntesey charter (P. 215). This volume has been edited by Mr. Charles W. Sutton.
president. The Right HON. THE EARL OF CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES,
SIR THOMAS BAKER (Deceased).
J. G. GREENWOOD, LL.D.
SILVER PENNY OF HENRY PLANTAGENET
17 COCKERSAND ABBEY (SKETCH PLAN) TURNPIKE ROADS OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE, SHOWING THEIR PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT (Coloured MAP)
So CHORLEY OLD HALL (DRAWN BY T. LETHERBROW)
99 THE SCHOOL HOUSE, ALDERLEY (DRAWN BY T. LETHERBROW) - III BOOK LIST BY SCHOEFFER, 1470 (FAC-SIMILE)
118 MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL. MISERERES UNDER STALLS (South Side) 134
(North Side) 140 MONUMENTAL EFFIGY AT BAGULEY HALL (DRAWN BY J. CROSTON) 149 COINS WITH A HISTORY .
155 Wycoller HALL AND FOOT-BRIDGE
173 AGECROFT HALL (DRAWN BY G, H, RowBOTHAM)
199 RELEASE FROM QUEEN KATHERINE HOWARD TO RICHARD DAUNTESEY, Esq. 1541 (FAC-SIMILE)
215 ENTRY OF JUDGE BRADSHAW'S BAPTISM IN REGISTER OF STOCKPORT CHURCH (FAC-SIMILE)
251 ACOUSTIC POTTERY IN NORWICH CHURCHES
290 FRAGMENT OF SAXON CROSS AND OTHER STONES, DISCOVERED
DURING THE DEMOLITION OF THE PARISH CHURCH, BOLTON,