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130 PDF Books Relating To The Genealogy & History Of Northumberland

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1 Alnham - Baptisms - 1688-1812, Marriages - 1705-1812, Burials - 1727-1812 - Includes A List Of Those People Whose Banns Were Called At Alnham Church, But Who Were Not Married There 1760-1794 - 37 pages

2 Beadnell - Baptisms - 1766-1812, Marriages -1767-1781, Burials - 1766-1812 - This Chapelry, Comprising The Townships Of Beadnell, Swinhoe, And Tuggal, Is Situated In The South-East Corner Of The Ancient Parish Of Bainburgh, From Which It Was Severed On 26th August, 1766 - 54 pages

3 Berwick-Upon-Tweed - Baptisms 1574-1700 - 300 pages

4 Berwick-Upon-Tweed - Marriages 1572-1700 - 120 pages

5 Bothal & Hebburn - Bothal - Baptisms - 1680-1812, Marriages - 1678-1812, Burials - 1678-1812 - Hebburn - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1680-1812 - A List Of Those People Whose Banns Were Called At Corbridge Church, But Were Not Married There, 1754-1811 - The Parish Of Bothal Up To Thirty Years Ago (1871) Consisted Of The Ancient Parish Of Bothal, Including The Chapelry Of Hebburn, And Of The Parish Of Sheepwash. The Parish Of Bothal Was Divided Into Four Townships :— Botha" Demesne, Pegswood, Longhirst, And Old Moor ; The Chapelry Of Hebburn Was Divided Into Seven Townships :— Hebburn, Cockle Park, Tritlington, Fenrother, Earsdon, Earsdon Forest, Causey Park ; The Ancient Parish Of Sheepwash Was Divided Into Two Townships :—sheepwash (Consisting Of The Glebe) And Ashington, Making Thirteen Townships In All - 308 pages

6 The Registers Of The Cathedral Church Of St. Nicholas, In The City Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne : Marriages, 1574-1812 - 332 pages

7 The Catholic Registers Of Capheaton, Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland, A Chaplaincy Of The Swinburnes, 1769-85, The Catholic Registers Of Biddleston Hall, Alwinton, Northumberland, The Seat Of The Selby Family, 1767-1840 & The Registers Of The Catholic Mission Of S. Oswald, Bellingham, Northumberland (Formerly Called Hesleyside), 1794-1837 - 106 pages

8 Chatton - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1712-1812 - The Parish (Exclusive Of The Parochial Chapelry Of Doddington) Comprises The Townships Of Chatton, Coldmartin, Fowberry, Hazelrigge, Hetton, Hetton House, Horton, Lyham And Weetwood, And Is Bounded On The North By The Parish Of Lowick, On The East By Belford And Bamburgh, On The South By Chillingham And Eglingham, And On The West By Doddington And Wooler - 142 pages

9 Corbridge - Baptisms - 1654-1812, Marriages -1657-1812, Burials - 1657-1812 - Includes A List Of Those People Whose Banns Were Called At Corbridge Church, But Were Not Married There, 1754-1812 - The Parish Of Corbridge Contains Six Townships, Viz.: Aydon, Aydon Castle, Corbridge, Dilston, Thornbrough, And Little Whittington. It Contains 9,569 Acres, And Is Bounded By The Chapelry Of Halton On The North, By The Parish Of Slaley On

The South, By The Parishes Of Hexham And St. John Lee On The West, And By Bywell On The East - 341 pages

10 Edlingham, Baptisms, 1658-1812. Marriages, 1658-1812. Burials, 1658-1812 - The Moorland Parish Of Edlingham Lies To The West Of, And Borders With The Parish Of Alnwick ; It Comprises An Area Of 12,545 Acres, Divided Into The Six Townships Of Edlingham, Abberwick, Bolton, Broompark, Learchild, And Lemington. The Former Relative Importance Of The Parish Is Shown In The Ruined Towers Of Edlingham Castle And Of Lemington,

Besides Which There Existed Holds At Edlingham Newtown, Abberwick, And Bolton, Of Which No Vestiges Remain - 184 pages

11 Eglingham - Baptisms & Burials 1662-1812, Marriages 1663-1812 - Includes Banns Of Those People Whose Banns Were Called At Eglingham Church, But Were Not Married There, 1754-1812 - The Parish Of Eglingham Is Divided Into Sixteen Townships, Viz.: Bassington, Beanley, Brandon, Branton', Crawley, Ditch-burn (East And West), Eglingham, Harehope, Hedgeley, East Lilburn, West Lilburn, New Bewick, Old Bewick, Shipley, Titlington, And Wooperton - 208 pages

12 Elsdon. Ancient Parish Church - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1672-1812 - 276 pages

13 Halton - Baptisms, 1654-1812. Marriages, 1654-1769. Burials, 1654-1812 - A Chapelry Of Corbridge, Contains Four Townships, Viz., Clarewood, Great Whittington, Halton, And Halton Shields. It Contains 3,626 Acres, And Is Bounded By The Parish Of Stamfordham On The North-East, By The Parish Of Chollerton On The West, And By The Parish Of Corbridge On The South - 86 pages

14 Ingram - Baptisms - 1696-1812, Marriages - 1684-1812, Burials - 1682-1812 - Includes A List Of Those People Whose Banns Were Called At Ingram Church, But Were Not Married There, 1754-1812 - 67 pages

15 Lesbury - Baptisms & Burials 1690-1812, Marriages 1689-1812 - Includes Registers Of Baptisms & Births Of Dissenters - The Ancient Parish Of Lesbury Included The Townships Of Lesbury, Hawkhill, Bilton, Wooden, And lnmouth. It Contains 4,337 Acres, And Is Bounded By The Parish Of Longhoughton On The North, By The Sea On The East, By The Parish Of Warkworth On The South, And By The Parishes Of Alnwick And Shilbottle On The West - 1907 - 182 pages

16 Long Houghton - Baptisms, 1646-1812. Marriages, 1646-1812. Banns, 1754-1805. Burials, 1646-1812 - The Three Townships Of Long Houghton, Little Houghton And Boulmer, With Seaton Hollse, Is Bounded By Hawick And Embleton On The North, Alnwick On The West, Lesbury On The South, And By The North Sea On The East - 184 pages

17 Meldon - Baptisms, 1706-1812, Marriages, 1727-1812 & Burials, 1716-1812 - 27 pages

18 Tynemouth - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1607-1703 - 400 pages

19 Warkworth - Baptisms, 1690-1812, Marriages, 1686-1812 & Burials, 1677-1812 - 335 pages

20 Whalton - Baptisms, 1661-1812. Marriages, 1661-1812 & Burials, 1661-1812 - Comprising The Townships Of Whalton, Newham, Ogle, And Riplington, Is Bounded On The North By Meldon And Mitford, On The West By Bolam, On The South By Stamfordham, Newburn, And Ponteland, And On The East By Morpeth And Stannington - 144 pages

Other General History. Social, Local, Topographical, Military, Genealogical etc.

21 A Descriptive And Historical Account Of The Monuments And Tombstones In The Church Of St. Nicholas, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - 1880 - 207 pages

22 The Registers Of The Ballast Hills Cemetery, Newcastle Upon Tyne 1774-1801 - 137 pages

23 The Visitation Of Northumberland In 1615 - 1878 - 81 pages

24 The Pipe Roll For The First, Second, And Third Years Of The Reign Of Edward I For The County Of Northumberland. A.d. 1273, 1274, 1275 - 1854 - 57 pages

25 Northumberland Pleas From The Curia Regis And Assize Rolls 1198-1272 - 1922 - 407 pages

26 Rentals And Rates For Northumberland, With The Proprietors" Names In 1663 - 105 pages

27 Durham Protestations, Or The Returns Made To The House Of Commons In 1641/2 For The Maintenance Of The Protestant Religion For The County Palatine Of Durham, For The Borough Of Berwick-Upon-Tweed And The Parish Of Morpeth - 1922 - 255 pages

28 Records Of The Committees For Compounding, Etc. With Delinquent Royalists In Durham And Northumberland During The Civil War, Etc. 1643-1660 - 1905 - 491 pages

29 Northumbrian Documents - Seventeenth And Eighteenth Centuries, Comprising The Register Of The Estates Of Roman Catholics In Northumberland And The Correspondence Of Miles Stapylton - 1918 - 310 pages

30 Kelly's Post Office Directory For Northumberland And Durham 1879 - 873 pages

31 Kelly's Directory Of Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, North And South Shields, And Suburbs - 1883 - 692 pages

32 White's General Directory Of The Town And County Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne And Gateshead, Blyth, North And South Shields, And Tynemouth, The City Of Durham, Sunderland, Bishop And Monk Wearmouth, Stockton-On-Tees, Middlesborough And Yarm, Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Chester-Le-Street, Darlington, Hartlepool, Houghton-Le-Spring, With The Principal Intervening Villages, Forming A Complete Directory Of The The Coal Trade And Ship Building On The Tyne, Wear, And Tees; Also Of The Chemical, Colour, Earthenware, Glass, Rope, Sail Cloth, Soap, The Cast Bar And Wrought Iron, Chain, Cable, And Steel Manufacturers Of The District; Forming The Most Complete Book Of Reference For The Principal Shipping Towns In The Counties Of Northumberland And Durham. With Lists Of Corporate Bodies, Magistrates And Other Public Officers, Post Office Regulations, Railways, Steam Packets, Sailing Vessels, Markets, Fairs, &c. The Population Returns For 1841. And Presenting The Newcastle Directory Under Three Arrangements - 1847 - 629 pages

33-34 2 Vols History, Directory, And Gazetteer Of The Counties Of Durham And Northumberland, And The Towns And Counties Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne And Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Together With Richmond, Yarm, And The Detached Places Appertaining To The Bishopric And Palatinate Of Durham; Including Copious Lists Of The Seats Of Nobility And Gentry, And A Variety Of Commercial, Agricultural, & Statistical Information. In Two Volumes 1827/8 - A Total Of 1,353 pages

35 History, Topography, And Directory Of Northumberland: Comprising A General Survey Of The County, And A History Of The Town And County Of Newcastle-upon-tyne, With Separate Historical, Statistical, And Descriptive Sketches Of The Boroughs Of Gateshead And Berwick-upon-tweed, And All The Towns ... Wards, And Manors. To Which Is Subjoined A List Of The Seats Of The Nobility And Gentry - 1865 - 1,001 pages

36-37 2 Volumes - Extracts From The Records Of The Merchant Adventurers Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - Contents; Extracts From Minute Books, Disputes Between The London Company And The Newcastle Company, The Eastland Company, Extracts From Accounts, Oaths, Enrolments Of Apprentices And Admissions Of Freemen, List Of Sons And Apprentices Of Members Who Have Only Taken Up Their Freedom Of The City - 1899 - Total Of 798 Pages

38 Extracts From Records Of The Butchers" Company Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Enrolments Of Freemen's Sons And Apprentices And Admissions To The Freedom Of The Company From 1626-1782 - 1891 - 91 pages

39 Extracts From Records Of The Incorporated Company Of Barber-Surgeons And Wax And Tallow Chandlers Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - 1891 - 43 pages

40 The Books Of The Companies Of Glovers And Skinners Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - 1921 - 82 pages

41 The Goldsmiths Of Newcastle - 1887 - 44 pages

42 Extracts From the Records Of The Company Of Hostmen Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - Contents; Charters And Records, Orders And Minutes, Extracts From Accounts, Forms Of Oaths, List Of Governors, Admissions Of Members, Enrolments Of Apprentices, Present Members - In The Municipal Life Of The Middle Ages, Hosts, Hostelers, Or Hostmen Were Those Free Inhabitant Householders To Whom Was Assigned The Duty Of Entertaining Merchant Strangers, Of Becoming Answerable For Their Peaceful Conduct, And Of Supervising The Sales And Purchases Of Their Wares And Merchandise. It Was One Of The Privileges Of Their Position That They Should Furnish Their Guests With Such Supplies As Were Not Monopolised By Any Trading Gild Already. Established In The Place In Which They Resided. For Example, The Hostelers Might Not Make Horse-bread In The Hostelries, Because That Was Within The Province Of The Trade Of The Bakers, But They Might Sell Hay And Oats After A Reasonable Price To Their Guests, Because In London, Before The Date Of The Ordinance And Enactment Which So Provided, The Hostelers Had Amalgamated With The Hay-Mongers And Become Dealers In Hay - 1901 - 381 pages

43-50 8 Volumes - The Borderer's Table Book; Or, Gatherings Of The Local History And Romance Of The English And Scottish Border - 1846 - Total Of 3,446 pages

51-53 3 Volumes - Local Records; Or, Historical Register Of Remarkable Events Which Have Occurred In Northumberland And Durham, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, And Berwick-Upon-Tweed, With Biographical Notices Of Deceased Persons Of Talent, Eccentricity, And Longevity A.D 80-1857 - Total Of 1263 pages

54-61 8 Volumes - The Local Historian's Table Book Of Remarkable Occurrences, Historical Facts, Traditions, Legendary And Descriptive Ballads, Connected With The Counties Of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, And Durham. Historical Division. Vol. 1-5.- Legendary Division. Vol. 1-3 - 1846 - Total Of 3,358 pages

62-63 2 Volumes - A Descriptive And Historical Account Of The Town And County Of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Including The Borough Of Gateshead - 1827 - Total Of 790 pages

64-66 3 Volumes - History of Newcastle and Gateshead From the 14th To The 17th Century - 1887 - Total Of 1,484 pages

67-76 10 Volumes - The Proceedings And Reports Of The Town Council Of The Borough Of Newcastle For The Years , 1848, 1859-60, 1864-67, 1874-75, 188284, 1886-87, 1892-3 & 1898-9 - Total Of 5,919 pages

77 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.1 The Parish Of Bamburgh With The Chapelry Of Belford - 1893 - 485 pages

78 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.2 The Parishes Of Embleton, Ellingham, Howick, Long Houghton And Lesbury - 1893 - 598 pages

79 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.3 Pt.1 Hexhamshire - 1896 - 375 pages

80 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.4 Pt.2 Hexhamshire - Hexham, Whitley Chapel, Allendale And St. John Lee; And The Parish Of Chollerton, The Chapelry Of Kirkheaton, The Parish Of Thockrington - 1897 - 509 pages

81 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.5 The Parish Of Warkworth, With The Chapelry Of Chevington; The Parish Of Shilbottle; The Chapelry Or Extra-parochial Place Of Brainshaugh - 1899 - 556 pages

82 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.6 The Parish Of Bywell St. Peter; The Parish Of Bywell St. Andrew With Blanchland; The Chapelry Or Parish Of Slaley - 1902 - 450 pages

83 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.7 The Parish Of Edlingham, With The Chapelry Of Bolton, The Parish Of Felton, With The Chapelry Of Framlington, The Chapelry Or Parish Of Brinkburn - 1904 - 554 pages

84 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.8 The Parish Of Tynemouth - 1907 - 487 pages

85 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.9 The Parochial Chapelries Of Earsdon And Horton - 1909 - 430 pages

86 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.10 The Parish Of Corbridge - 1914 - 465 pages

87 A History Of Northumberland. Vol.11 The Parishes Of Carham, Branxton, Kirknewton, Wooler, And Ford - 1922 - 528 pages

88-89 2 Volumes - The History Of The Borough, Castle, And Barony Of Alnwick - 1866 - Total Of 1,025 pages

90 The Place-Names Of Northumberland And Durham - 1920 - 303 pages

91 Lindisfarne, Or Holy Island: Its History And Associations - 1889 - 52 pages

92 The Picture Of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Being A Brief Historical & Descriptive Guide To The Principal Buildings, Streets, Public Institutions, Manufactures, Curiosities, &C. Within That Town And Its Neighbourhood For Twelve Miles Round: And Including And Account Of The Roman Wall And A Detailed History Of The Coal Trade. The Whole Illustrated By A Map Of The Various Coal Mines On The Rivers Tyne And Wear, A Plan Of Newcastle And Other Engravings - 1812 - 310 pages

93 Whittingham Vale, Northumberland : Its History, Traditions And Folk Lore - 1895 - 371 pages

94 Vestiges Of Old Newcastle And Gateshead - 1890 - 410 pages

95 The Border Holds Of Northumberland (Castles, Towers) Vol.1 (No More Volumes Published) - 1891 - 530 pages

96 An Account Of The Customs Of The Court Leet And Court Baron Of Morpeth, With The Court Roll Of 1632 - 1892 - 24 pages

97 An Account Of Jesmond - 1904 - 243 pages

98 A Descriptive And Historical Guide To Tynemouth: Comprising A Popular Sketch Of The History Of The Monastery, The Church, And The Castle: With Notices Of North Shields, Seaton Delaval And Neighbouring Antiquities - 1849 - 177 pages

99 Life In Northumberland During The Sixteenth Century - 1897 - 278 pages

100 An Old Story Re-Told From The 'Newcastle Courant'. The Rebellion Of 1745 - This Compilation Appeared In The Newcastle Courant From Week To Week, And For That Purpose Was Written In Sections As It Appears. It Was Not Intended To Be A Complete History Of The Rebellion, But Merely A Reproduction Of What Was Said In The North Of England Concerning The Movement At The Time It Took Place - 1881 - 229 pages

101 The Battle Of Flodden Field - 1869 - 125 pages

102 An Account Of The Great Floods In The Rivers Tyne, Tees, Wear, Eden Etc. In 1771 And 1815 : With The Names Of The Principal Sufferers In Northumberland, The Amount Of Their Estimates, And Of The Damage Done In Each Township ; Also An Account Of The Subscriptions Made For Their Relief In 1771. To Which Is Added, An Account Of The Irruption Of Solway Moss - 1843 - 48 pages

103 A Record Of The Great Fire In Newcastle And Gateshead : To Which Is Prefixed A History Of Newcastle, Including Its Antiquity, Historical Events, And General Description, (Forming A Guide Book To The Town;) Also As Introductory To The Great Calamity, An Account Of The Disastrous Effects Of Cholera, Pestilence, Flood, And Fire, Which Have Occurred In The Histories Of Newcastle And Gateshead - 1855 - 170 pages

104 History Of Berwick-Upon-Tweed ... To Which Are Added, Notices Of Tweedmouth, Spittal, Norham, Holy Island, Coldingham, Etc - 1849 - 468 pages

105 Upper Coquetdale, Northumberland: Its History, Traditions, Folk-Lore And scenery - 1903 - 528 pages

106 A Guide To The Castle Of Newcastle Upon Tyne - 1847 - 61 pages

107 The Orphan-House Of Wesley : With Notices Of Early Methodism In Newcastle-Upon-Tyne And Its Vicinity - 1863 - 309 pages

108 Heddon-On-The-Wall: The Church And Parish - 1885 - 60 pages

109 History Of Corbridge And Its Antiquities : With A Concise History Of Dilston Hall And Its Associations, Containing Several Items Of Information Never Before Published ; Also A Short Description Of The Various Places Of Note And Interest In The Neighbourhood - 1881 - 208 pages

110 The History Of Blyth, From The Norman Conquest To The Present Day - 1869 - 264 pages

111 A Historical And Descriptive Account Of All Saints" Church In Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Illustrated With Plans, Views, & Architectural Details - 1826 - 144 pages

112 The History Of Newcastle Infirmary - 1906 - 189 pages

113 Denton Hall And Its Associations - 1894 - 143 pages

114 Descriptive And Historical Notices Of Some Remarkable Northumbrian Castles, Churches And Antiquities: In A Series Of Visits To The Ruined Priory Of Finchale; The Abbey Church Of Hexham; The Parish Churches Of Hughton-Le-Spring, Morpeth, Bothal, Ovingham, And Ryton; The Antient Castles Of Prudhoe And Of Bothal; The Ruined Abbey Of Newminster, Etc. With Biographical Notices Of Eminent Persons - 1848 - 142 pages

115 The Miners Of Northumberland And Durham, A History Of Their Social And Political Progress - 1873 - 322 pages

116 The Wards Divisions Parishes And Townships Of Northumberland According To The Ancient And Modern Divisions : Shewing The Annual Value And Population Of Each Parish And Township Maintaining Its Own Poor From The Returns Of 1831: Also The Places For Which Surveyors Of Highways And Constables Are Appointed Respectively And By Whom Appointed: Compiled From The Records And Other Authentic Sources - 1833 - 103 pages

117 Poll Book Of Election For Co. Northumberland, Oct., 1710, Includes; Copy Of The Freehold Book For Co. Northumberland, 1721 (Voters Having £10 Ann.), Northumberland Election, 1734. The Names Of Those Who Pledged Votes - 1898 - 76 pages

118 The Northumberland Poll-Book : Containing A List Of The Freeholders Who Voted At The Contested Elections For The County Of Northumberland, In The Years 1747-8, 1774, And In Feb. And March, 1826 : Including A Complete Collection Of The Papers Which Appeared In 1774, And The Authentic Papers, Speeches, &c. Relating To The Election In Feb. And March, 1826 - 303 pages

119 The Poll Book Of The Contested Election For The Northern Division Of The County Of Northumberland, Taken On The 9th And 10th Days Of July, 1841, Including The Addresses And Authentic Papers Issued By The Various Candidates, And Reports Of The Proceedings Of The Nomination And Declaration Days At Alnwick: To Which Is Added An Appendix, Containing An Account Of The Elections Of The Knights Of The Shire Returned For The Counties Of Northumberland Since The Accession Of The House Of Hanover In 1714, With Copies Of The Poll Books For 1722 & 1734 - 178 pages

120 The Poll Book Of The Contested Election For The County Of Northumberland From June 20th To July 6th 1826. Including A Complete Collection Of All The Addresses And speeches Of The Candidates &c. And The authentic Papers Published By The different Parties From The Commencement Of Their Canvass To The Termination Of The Contest - Contains Lists Of The Names Of All The Freeholders Who Voted, Including Residence And Name Of The Freehold And Who They Pledged Votes For - 1827 - 382 pages

121 The Poll Book Of The Contested Election For The Southern Division Of Northumberland, On The 20th & 21st Of December 1832, Including All The Authentic Addresses (Speeches) And Reports Of The Important Proceedings Connected With The Election. Names Of Voters, The Parish of Residence And Who They voted For Given - 1833 - 169 pages

122 The Poll Book Of The Southern Division Of The County Of Northumberland, Taken On Friday The 16th And Saturday The 17th Days Of July, 1852, At Allendale, Bellinghah, Haltwhistle, Hexham, Newcastle, North Shields, And Stamfordham, Including The Addresses, Speeches, &c., Of The Candidates, Reports Of The Proceedings Of The Nomination And Declaration Days At Hexham - 1852 - 157 pages

123 The Poll Book Of The Northern Division Of The County Of Northumberland, Taken On The 22nd & 23rd Days Of July, 1852, At Alnwick, Belford, Berwick, Elsdon, Morpeth, Rothbury, And Wooler,, Including The Addresses, Speeches, &c., Of The Candidates, Reports Of The Proceedings Of The Nomination And Declaration Days At Hexham - 1852 - 104 Pages

124 A Short Narrative Of The Fifth Regiment Of Foot Or Northumberland Fusiliers: With A Chronological Table And Succession List Of The Officers, From 1st January 1754 To 1st May 1873 - 86 pages

125 Historical Record of the Fifth Regiment of Foot, Or Northumberland Fusiliers 1687 - 1837 - 124 pages

126 A Glossary Of Terms Used In The Coal Trade Of Northumberland And Durham - 1888 - 95 pages

127-28 2 Volumes - Northumberland Words. A Glossary Of Words Used In The County Of Northumberland And On Tyneside - 1893 - 838 pages

129 Rhymes Of Northern Bards: Being A Curious Collection Of Old And New Songs And Poems; Peculiar To The Counties Of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, And Durham - 1812 - 327 pages

130 Folk-Lore: Or, A Collection Of Local Rhymes, Proverbs, Sayings, Prophecies, Slogans, &c. Relating To Northumberland, Newcastle-On-Tyne, And Berwick-On-Tweed - 1858 - 150 pages

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