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22. The Injunctions and other Ecclesiastical Proceedings of Richard Barnes, Bishop of Durham
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23. The Anglo-Saxon Hymnarium, from MSS. of the Eleventh Century, in Durham, the British
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24. The Memoir of Mr. Surtees, by the late George Taylor, Esq. Reprinted from the Fourth
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an Appendix, comprising some of Mr. Surtees Correspondence, Poetry, &c. Edited by
Dr. Raine. (Only sold in a set and to a Member.)
25. The Boldon Book, or Survey of Durham in 1183. 10s. 6d. Edited by Rev. W. Greenwell.
26. Wills and Inventories, illustrative of the History, Manners, Language, Statistics, &c., of
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27. The Pontifical of Egbert, Archbishop of York (731-67), from a MS. of the Ninth or Tenth
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28. The Gospel of St. Matthew, from the Northumbrian Interlinear Gloss to the Gospels, con
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81. The BedeRoll of John Burnaby, Prior of Durham (1456-64.) With illustrative documents.
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32. The Survey of the Palatinate of Durham, compiled during the Episcopate of Thomas Hat-
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33. The Farming Book of Henry Best, of Elmswell, E.R.Y. 12s. Edited by Rev. C. B. Robinson.
34. The Proceedings of the High Court of Commission for Durham and Northumberland. 14s.
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35. The Fabric Rolls of York Minster. 25s. Edited by Rev. J. Raine.
36. The Heraldic Visitation of Yorkshire, by Sir William Dugdale, in 1665. Edited by Robert
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37. A Volume of Miscellanea, comprising the Letters of Dean Granville, the Account of the
Siege of Pontefract by Nathan Drake, and Extracts from the Rokeby Correspondence.
Edited by Rev. George Ornsby, W. H. D. Longstaffe, Esq., and Rev. J. Raine. (Only
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38. A Volume of Wills from the Registry at Durham ; a continuation of No. 2. Edited by Rev.
W. Greenwell. (Only sold in a set and to a member.)
39. The Gospel of St. Mark, from the Northumbrian Interlinear Gloss to the Gospels contained
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40. A Selection from the Depositions in Criminal Cases taken before the Northern Magistrates,
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41. The Heraldic Visitation of the North of England, made in 1530, by Thcmas Tonge, with
an Appendix of Genealogical MSS. Edited by W. H. D. Longstaffe, Esq. (Only sold in a
set and to a member.)
42. Memorials of Fountains Abbey. Vol. I. Comprising the Chronicle relating to the Founda
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historical description of the Abbey, with illustrations. Edited by J. R. Walbran, Esq.
(Only sold in a set and to a member.)
43. The Gospel of St. Luke, from the Northumbrian Interlinear Gloss to the Gospels contained
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known as the Lindisfarne Gospels, collated with the Rushworth MS. ; a continuation o f
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Chronicles, &c.. of John ami Richard, Priors of Hexham, and Aelrecl A brat of Rievaux,
w.rh an Appendix of documents, and a Preface illustrated with engravings, pp. 604.
2 2s. Edited by Rev. J. Raine.
45. Testarmnta Eboratensia, or Wills illustrative of the History, Manners, Lan gunge, Statis
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46. The Priory of Hexham. Vol. II. Containing the Liber Niger, with Charters and other
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47. The Letters, &c., of Dennis Granville, D.D.,-Dean of Durham, from the originals recently
discovered in the Bodleian Library. Part II. 16s. Edited by Rev. George Ornsby.
48. The Gospel of St. John, from the Northumbrian Interlinear Gloss to the Gospels in the MS.
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Prolegomena. Edited by George Waring, Esq.
The Council propose to select their future volumes out of the following manuscripts or materials, or
from others of a similar description.
1. The Life of Ambrose Barnes, an Alderman of Newcastle in the seventeenth century, and a
leader of the Presbyterians in the North. From the Original in the Library of the
Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Now being prepared by
W. H. D. Longstaffe, Esq., for 1866.
2. The Survey of the Fees in the County of York, compiled in the reign of Edward I. by John de
Kirkby ; together with some Lists of Knights Fees, the Nomina Villarum, and various
illustrative documents. Now being prepared by Robert Skaife, Esq., for 1866.
3. Simeon of Durham. A new edition of his Chronicle, together with the Historia S. Cuthberti,
and several minor pieces. To which are added the Historia de Translationibus S. Cuth
berti, and the Life of S. Margaret Queen of Scotland, by Turgot, Prior of Durham. Now
being prepared by John Hodgson Hinde, Esq., for 1867.
4. The Memorials of Fountains Abbey. Vol. II. To contain the Papal Bulls, the Royal Charters
of Privilege, and a portion of the Title Deeds of the Monastery relating to its property
in the North of England. With engravings of seals, etc. Now being prepared by J. R.
Walbran, Esq., for 1867.
1 C. The correspondence of John Cosin, Bishop of Durham. Gathered together for the first time
from the original MSS. at London, Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham. Now being prepared
by the Rev. George Ornsby, for 1868.
.6. The Articles and Injunctions issued by the Bishops and Archdeacons within the Province of
York, from the earliest period to 1662. Now being prepared for 1868 by the Hon. and
Rev. Stephen Lawley.
7. The Lords of the Soil of the County of Durham from the earliest period to the Reformation,
comprising the descent of the estates and various other particulars, genealogical
and heraldic, relating to their owners, largely illustrated with engravings of seals, etc.
To be prepared by W. H. D. Longstaffe, Esq., and the Rev. William Greenwell.
8. The Letters, Despatches, Extracts from the Household Books, and other works and papers
of Lord William Howard of Naworth, from the originals at Castle-Howard, Naworth
Castle, and London. To be prepared by Robert Davies, Esq.
9. The Lives of S. Wilfrid by Eddi, Eadmer, and Fridegodus, with other Biographical and
Historical Documents relating to the Church of York and its rulers. To be prepared
by Rev. William Stubbs, M.A.
10. A Volume of Early Rituals, supplementary to those already published by the Society, to
contain as many of the unpublished Pontificals as the Society can obtain access to,
including that of St. Dunstan in the Imperial Library at Paris. To be prepared by
Rev. Dr, Henderson.
11. A Volume of Documents relating to the Ancient Guilds in the City of York; to contain
especially, the Register of the Guild of the Corpus Christi, which is preserved in the
British Museum. To be prepared by Robert Skaife, Esq.
12. The Inquisitions Post Mortem for the North of England, from the originals at London and
13. A Volume of Extracts from the Depositions preserved in the Ecclesiastical Court of York,
from the fourteenth century downwards.
14. The Visitation of the County of York in 1584, by William Flower.
15. A Volume of Wills relating to the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland, principally
from the Registry at Carlisle.
16. A Collection of Letters and papers relating to the Dissolution of the Northern Monasteries,
the proceedings of the Visitors, and the opposition of the Monks.
17. The Annals of the Pilgrimage of Grace, derived from unpublished documents of the greatest
interest and curiosity in the State Paper Office and the British Museum.
18. A Volume of Extracts from the Proceedings of the Court of Chancery at Durham, relating
to cases in the Counties of Durham and Northumberland in the sixteenth and seven
19. A Concluding Volume of Extracts from the Proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Court of
20. A Continuation of the Testamenta Eboracensia.
21. Cardinal Langley s Survey of the Palatinate of Durham, together with Extracts from the
contemporaneous Bailiff s Rolls.
22. Memorials of Kirkstall Abbey ; The history of its foundation ; the Chronicle of Kirkstall ;
and Extracts from the Charter Books of that ancient house.
23. Selections from the yearly Rolls of the Bursar of the Monastery of Durham, beginning in
24. The Charters and Account Rolls of the Cells of Lytham and Stamford, and the Compoti of
Durham College, Oxford.
25. The Chartularies of Holm Cultram, and other documents relating to that Monastery.
26. The Chartulary of Whitby Abbey, and the Chronicle of that house.
27. St. Mary s Abbey, York, its Annals, by Abbat Simon de Warwick ; with Extracts from
28. The Charter Book of St. Leonard s Hospital at York, with several of the early Account
Rolls, Wills of Benefactors, etc.
29. The Evidences of the ancient Family of Calverley, from the originals in the possession of
Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Bart.
30. Letters, hitherto inedited, relating to the Outrages, Feuds, etc., on the borders of England
31. The Autobiography of Anne Countess of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery, with other
Documents relating to the house of Clifford.
32. The Correspondence of Thomas Baker (the "Coll. Jo. socius ejectus") with the Literary
Men of his day.
33. The Correspondence of Dr. George Hickes and Hilkiah Bedford, the celebrated Non-jurors
34. The Correspondence of Adam Baines, the first M.P. for Leeds.
36. A Glossary of Ancient North Country Words to illustrate and explain, especially, the Works
already published by this Society.
List of Officers and Members, June, 1866.
PATRON AND PEESIDENT.
His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, K.G., etc,
Edward Akroyd, M.P., Bank Field, Halifax.
Eobert Henry Allan, F.S.A., Blackwell Grange, Darlington.
John Booth, jun., Durham.
Eev. Canon Chevallier, B.D., Durham.
Eev. John Dixon Clarke, M.A., Belford Hall.
James Crossley, F.S.A., President of the Chetham Society, Manchester.
Eev. John Cundill, B.D., Durham.
Eobert Davies, F.S.A., York.
John F. Elliot, Elvet Hill, Durham.
John Fawcett, Durham.
Eev. William Greenwell, M.A., Durham.
Edwin Guest, LL.D., Master of Caius College, Cambridge.
Thomas Duffus Hardy, Her Majesty s Deputy-keeper of Eecords, London.
William Henderson, Durham.
John Hodgson Hinde, Stelling Hall, Gateshead.
W. H. D. Longstaffe, F.S.A., Gateshead.
Eichard Lawrence Pemberton, The Barnes, Sunderland.
Eev. Daniel Eock, D.D., F.S.A., 17, Essex Villas, Kensington, London.
Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Bart., F.S.A., Wallington, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
The Very Eev. George Waddington, D.D., Dean of Durham.
John Eichard Walbran, F.S.A., Fallcroft, Eipon.
Albert Way, F.S.A., Wonham Manor, Eeigate.
Eev. C. T. Whitley, M.A., Bedlington, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Sir C. G. Young, F.S.A., Garter King at Arms.
Eev. James Eaine, M.A., York.
John Gough Nichols, F.S.A., 25, Parliament Street, Westminster.
Samuel Eowlandson, Durham.
MEMBERS, WITH THE DATES OF THEIR ADMISSION.*
Eichard Abbay, Great Ouseburn, Boroughbridge. 13th December, 1861.
Sir John Dalberg Acton, Bart., Aldenham Park, Bridgenorth. 17th June, 1861.
George E. Adams, Eouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms, Heralds College, Lon
don. 13th December, 1862.
Rev. E. H. Adamson, M.A., St. Alban s Parsonage, Gateshead. 14th December.
The Advocates Library, Edinburgh. 13th March, 1851.
Edward Akroyd, M.P., F.S.A., Bank Field, Halifax. 15th December, 1859.
( Vice- President, 1866J
William Aldam, Frickley Hall, Doncaster. 13th December, 1862.
Robert Henry Allan, F.S. A., Blackwell Grange, Darlington. (Treasurer, 1831-
1844. Vice- President, 1844-1866.)f
* The number of three hundred and fifty members, to which the Society is limited, is now
full. Judging from past experience, there will be ten or twelve vacancies every year, and these
will be regularly filled up. New members will be elected by the Council according to priority of
application, unless the aon or the representative of a deceased member wishes to be chosen in hi
William Anderson, Stonegate, York. 13th December. 1861.
The Society of Antiquaries, London. 1st March, 1864.
The Society of Antiquaries, Newcasile-on-Tyne. 24th September, 1853.
John Reed Appleto n, F.S.A.. Western Hills, Durham. 15th December, 1859.
The Library of the Athenaeum Club, Waterloo Place, London. 13th December,
J. H. Aveling, M.D., Sheffield. 14th December, 1860.
John Harrison Aylmer, Wai worth Castle, Darlington. 12th July, 1836.
J. H. Backhouse, Darlington. 5th June, 1866.*
Rev. William Baird, Vicar of Dymoke, Gloucestershire. Dec. Gth, 1864.
Charles Baker, F.S.A., 11, Sackville Street, London. 13th December, 1861.
E. B. Wheatley Balme, Cote Walls, Mirrield, Normanton. 8th December, 1863.
J. W. Barnes, Durham. 7th March, 1865.
Thomas H. Bates, Wolsingham. 7th June, 1864.
Rev. Thomas Bayly, B.A., Sub-chantor of York Minster, and Treasurer of the
Yorkshire Architectural Society. 14th December, 1860.
William Beamont, Warrington. 28th September, 1843.
Wentworth B. Beaumont, M.P.. Bretton Hall. Wakefield. 14th March, 1862.
George S. Beecroft, M.P., Abbey Lodge, Kirkstall, Leeds. 8th December, 1863.
Alfred Bell, 49, Lincoln s Inn Fields, London. 31st March, 1849.
George Bell, 186, Fleet Street, London. 1st March, 1864.
The Royal Library at Berlin. 14th March, 1863.
Rev. Dr. Besley, Long Benton, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 16th March, 1861.
Sir Edward Blackett, Bart.. Matfen, Newcastle-on-Tyne. loth December, 1859.
William Henry Blaauw, F.S.A., Treasurer of the Camden Society, Beechfield,
Uckfield. 15th December, 1852.
Robert Willis Blencowe, Secretary of the Sussex Archaeological Society, The
Hooke, Lewes. 13th March, 1851.
John Booth, jun., Durham. 18th June, 1862. (Vice- President and Local
Rev. Joseph Bosworth, LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the Univer
sity of Oxford, Water- Stratford, Bucks. 14th December, 1861.
E. C. Boville, Willington, Burton-on-Trent. loth March, 1860.
John Bowes, Streatlam Castle, Durham.f
Richard Bowser, Bishop Auckland. 14th March, 1863.
Rev. Canon Boyd, M.A., Rector of Arncliffe, Skipton-in- Craven. 7th March,
William Boyne, F.S.A., 4, Lindsay Row, Chelsea, London. 13th Dec., 1862.
The Lord Brancepeth, Brancepeth Castle, Durham. 15th December, 1852.
Rev. J. S. Brewer, M.A., Reader at the Rolls, and Professor of English Litera
ture, King s College, London. 13th December, 1862.
William Henry Brockett, Gateshead. loth December, 1852.
Thomas Brooke, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. 14th December, 1860.
Douglas Brown, 15, Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, llth March, 1858.
James Brown. M.P., Rossington Hall, Bawtry. 13th December, 1862.
Alfred Hall Browne, 5, West Hills, Highgate, London. 13th December, 1861.
Rev. John Collingwood Bruce, LL.D., F.S.A., &c., Secretary of the Society of
Antiquaries, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 6th June, 1856.
The Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, K.G., &c., Dalkeith. (The first Presi
dent of the Society, 1834-1837. President, 1865-6,)f
Rev. W. E. Buckley, M.A., Middleton Cheney, Banbury. 13th March, 1851.
Robert Anthony Burrell, Durham. 17th June, 1861.
Thomas Burton, Turnham Hall, Selby. December, 1857.
t Those gentlemen to whose names a cross is appended have been members of the Society
since its foundation in 1834.
* Those gentlemen to whose name an asterisk is attached have become members during tbjB
Rev. William Bury, Chapel-house, Kilnsey, Skipton-in-Craven. 14th Decem
Eev. Thomas Calvert, B.A., Dinnington, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 13th December,
The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. 13th March, 1857.
Ealph Carr, Hedgeley, Alnwick. 26th September, 1844.
Eev. T. W. Carr, Banning Rectory, Maidstone. 13th December, 1861.
William Carr, Little Gomersal, Leeds. 5th December, 1865.*
Edward Cayley, Wydale, Scarborough. 13th December, 1861,
Eev. Eeginald Arthur Cayley, Rector of Scampton, Lincoln. 13th December,
William Chadwick, Arksey, Doncaster. 5th December, 1865.*
John Barff Charlesworth, Hatfeild Hall, Wakefield. 14th March, 1862.
Edward Charlton, M.D., Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries, Newcastle-on-
Tyne. 6th June, 1856.
Eev. James Allen Charlton, Gosforth, Newcastie-on-Tyne. 8th December, 1853.
William Henry Charlton, Hesleyside, Hexham. 31st May, 1849.
Joseph Chester, 14, St. George s Terrace, Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey.
London. 5th December, 1865.*
The Chetham Library, Manchester. December, 1857.
Eev. Temple Chevallier, B.D., Canon of Durham, Professor of Mathematics and
Astronomy in the University of Durham. 12th July, 1836. ( Vice-PreA-
The Library of Christ s College, Cambridge. 13th December, 1862.
Eev. John Dixon Clarke, Belford Hall. 1st June, 1853. (Vice- President,
Eev. John Haldenby Clarke, M.A., Hilgay, Downham, Norfolk. 5th Decem
J. W. Clarke. M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. December, 1857.
(Local Secretary, 1858-1866.)
Thomas K. Clarke, jun., John William Street, Huddersfield, 8th December,
1863. (Local Secretary, 1864-1866.)
. Edward Clayton, New Walk Terrace, York. 7th June, 1864.
John Clayton, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 8th December, 1853.
The Duke of Cleveland, Eaby Castle, Staindrop. September. 1841.
Alexander Cockburn, 12, Walker Street, Edinburgh. 6th June, 1854.
Eev. William Collins, M.A., St. Mary s, Ramsey, Huntingdon. 15th December,
John Cookson, Meldon Park, Morpeth. 15th December, 1852.
The Royal Library at Copenhagen. 14th March, 1863.
Sir Joseph William Copley, Bart., Sprotborough. Doncaster. 13th December,
Rev. G. E. Corrie, D.D., Master of Jesus College, Cambridge. 28th December,
Rev. Thomas Corser, M.A., F.S.A., Rector of Stand, Manchester. 28th Septem
Christopher Croft, Richmond, Yorkshire. 8th December, 1853.
James Crosby, F.S.A., 3, Church Court, Old Jewry, London. 31st May, 1849.
R. Cross, Bottoms Lodge, Tintwistle, Manchester. 6th December, 1864.
James Crossley, F.S.A., President of the Chetham Society, Booth Street, Man
chester, llth March, 1858. (Vice- President, 1861-1866.)
Matthew T. Culley, Horton, Belford. 13th December, 1861.
Rev. John Cundill, B.D., Perpetual Curate of St. Margaret s, Durham. 31st
May, 1849. (Vice- President, 1849-1866.)
Rev. Robert Daniel, Head Master of Archbishop Holgate s School, York. 18th
Rev. J. W. Darnbrough, M.A.. Rector of South Otterington, Thirsk, 6th Dec.,
Robert Darnell, jun., Mount Villas, York. 16th March, 1861.
Rev. William Darnell, Bambro , Belford. 5th December, 1865.*
The Lord Bishop of St. David s, Abergwili Palace, Caermarthen. 13th March
Robert Davies, F.S.A., The Mount, York. 13th March, 1851. (Vice- President
Rev. Thomas Dean, M.A., Warton, Lancaster. 16th March, 1861.
Robert Richardson Dees, Wallsend, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 15th December, 1859.
Rev. Stephen Poyntz Denning, M.A., St. Andrew s College, Bradfield, Reading
14th March, 1850.
Rev. William Denton, M.A., 48, Finsbury Circus, London. 17th June. 1861.
(Local Secretary, 1862-1866.)
William Dickson, F.S.A., Alnwick. 12th July, 1836.
Rev. James F. Dimock, Barnburgh Rectory, Doncaster. 8th December, 1863.
George Dods worth, Clifton, York. 13th December, 1862.
Rev. W. W. Douglas, M.A., Rector of Salwarpe, Worcester. 7th Nov., 1865.
The Hon. and Very Rev. Augustus Duncombe, D.D., Dean of York. 15th De
The Right Hon. Sir David Dundas, M.P., Inner Temple, London. 30th Decem
The Lord Bishop of Durham, Auckland Castle. 13th December, 1861.
The Library of the University of Durham. 16th June, 1858.
Rev. John Edleston, D.C.L., Vicar of Gainford, Darlington. 8th Dec, 1863.
Rev. J. H. Eld, B.D., Fellow of St. John s College, Oxford, Fyfield., Berks. 14th
John F. Elliot, Elvet Hill, Durham. 12th July, 1836. (Vice- President, 1849-
Edmund Viner Ellis, Gloucester. 17th June, 1861.
William Viner Ellis, Gloucester. 30th December, 1858.
Charles Elsley, Mill Mount, York. 5th December, 1865.*
Rev. Richard Elwyn, M.A., Head Master of St. Peter s School, York. 5th De
Rev. Dr. English, Warley House, Brentwood. 14th March, 1862.
John Errington, High Warden, Hexham. 14th March, 1862.
The Lord Bishop of Exeter. 5th December, 1853.
The Very Rev. Monsignor Eyre, Newcastle-on-Tyne, llth December, 1856.
Rev. W. K. Farmery, Trimdon, Durham. 7th March, 1865.
James Farrer, Inglebro , Lancaster. 31st May, 1849.
Miss ffarrington, Worden Hall, Preston. 14th December, 1860.
G. W. J. Farsyde, Fylingdales, Whitby. 8th December, 1863.
John Fawcett, Durham. 29th September, 1842. ( Vice-President, 1843-1866.)
John Fenwick, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 12th December, 1851.
The Lord Feversham, Duncombe Park, Helmsley. 24th June, 1859.
John Fisher, Masham. 14th March, 1862.
Matthew Ford, 8, Lincoln s Inn Fields, London. 5th December, 1865.*
Charles Forrest, Lofthouse, Wakefield. 1st March, 1864.
The Viscount Galway, M.P., Serlby Hall, Bawtry. 15th December, 1859.
Henry H. Gibbs, St, Dunstan s, Regent s Park, London. 15th December, 1859.
William Sidney Gibson, F.S.A., Tynemouth. 26th September, 1844.
The University of Goettingen. 8th December, 1863.
Nicholas Charles Gold, Whitefriars-street. Fleet- street, London. 8th Decem
The Very Rev. William Goode, D.D., F.S.A., Dean of Ripon. 8th Dec., 1863.
John Edward Thorley Graham, Scarbro . 5th December, 1865.*
Willliam Grainge, Harrogate. 25th February, 1859.
William Gray, York. 15th March, 1860.
Rev. William Greenwell, M.A., Librarian of the Dean and Chapter of Durham.
28th September, 1843. (Treasurer, 1843-1849. Vice- President, 1849-1866.)
John Beswicke Greenwood, Dewsbury Moor House, Dewsbury. 1 4th Decem
The Earl de Grey and Ripon, Studley Royal, Ripon. 15th December, 1859.
Edwin Guest, LL.D., F.S.A., &c., Master of Caius College, Cambridge. (Vice-
President, 1856-1 866.)t
Edward Hailstone, F.S.A., Horton Hall, Bradford. May, 1846.
The Ven. W. Hale Hale, M.A., Archdeacon of London, Canon Residentiary of
St. Paul s, and Master of the Charter House. 26th September, 1839.
The University of Halle. 8th December, 1 863.
John Hammond, East Burton, Bedale. 7th June, 1864.
Rev. William Vernon Harcourt, M.A., Canon of York, Nuneham Park, Abing-
don. 14th March, 1862.
Philip Charles Hardwick, F.S.A., 21, Cavendish Square, London. 14th March,
Thomas Duffus Hardy, H,M. Deputy Keeper of Records, The Rolls, London,
13th December, 1862. (Vice- President, 1865-1866.)
John Harland, F.S.A., 13, Union Terrace, Cheetham Hill, Manchester. 17th
William Harrison, Ripon. 30th December, 1858. (Local Secretary, 1864-1866.)
William Harrison, F.S.A., &c,, Galligreaves Hall, Blackburn. 17th June, 1861.