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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8085 0259
Name: 
Harland, John
John Harland (British journalist)
John Harland (Brits journalist (-1868))
John Harland (journaliste britannique)
Dates: 
1806-1868
Creation class: 
cre
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Related names: 
Dobson, William (1820-1884)
Gregson, Matthew (1749-1824)
Hibbert, Samuel (1782-1848)
Langton, William (1803-1881. [from old catalog])
Manchester (England). Court-leet
Pilkington, Richard Grant (1847- [from old catalog])
Shuttleworth family
Stout, William (1665-1752. [from old catalog])
Wilkinson, Thomas Turner -1874
Wilkinson, Thomas Turner (d. 1874.)
Titles: 
Autobiography of William Stout, of Lancaster, wholesale and retail grocer and ironmonger, a member of the Society of Friends.
Ballads and songs of Lancashire, ancient and modern.
Collectanea relating to Manchester and its neighbourhood, at various periods.
Genealogy of the Pilkingtons of Lancashire
glossary of words used in Swaledale, Yorkshire., A
Harland's history and pedigrees of the Pilkingtons, from the Saxon and Norman times to the present century
Historical account of the Cistercian abbey of Salley in Craven, Yorkshire, founded, A.D. 1147; its foundation, & benefactors, abbots, possessions, compotus, & dissolution; and its existing remains.
history of Preston Guild: the ordinances of various Guilds Merchant, the Custumal of Preston, the Charters to the Borough, the Incorporated Companies, list of mayors from 1327, &c,&c, A
history of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster., The
house and farm accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall, in the county of Lancaster, at Smithils and Gawthorpe, from Sept. 1582 to Oct. 1621, The
Lancashire folk-lore
Lancashire legends, traditions, pageants, sports, etc., with an appendix containing a rare tract on the Lancashire witches, etc., etc.
Lancashire lieutenancy under the Tudors ans Stuarts, The
Mamecestre : being chapters from the early recorded history of the barony, the lordship of Manor, the vill, borough, or town of Manchester
names of eight hundred inhabitants of Manchester who took the oath of allegiance to Charles II. in April, 1679. Communicated by John Harland, F.S.A., The
Three Lancashire documents of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries : comprising: I.--The great de Lacy inquisition, Feb. 16, 1311. II.--The survey of 1320-1346. III.--Custom roll and rental of the manor of Ashton-under-Lyne, November 11, 1422.
volume of court leet records of the manor of Manchester in the sixteenth century., A
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