What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
abundant Addingham aged Alice Austby banks Beamsley Beanlands Beeston Ben Rhydding Bolling Bolton Bolton Woods buried Burley Carrington Cartul Christopher church common Cunliffe daughter deed Denton died Ebor Edward Elizabeth father feet frequent gent George George Marshall ghylls Grit Hawksworth Heber Hedges heir Henry Hodgson Holling Hall Holmes iiijd Ilkley Isabel Isabella Jane John Joseph Kildwick lands Langbar Leeds limestone Lister living Longfellow Lord Manor Margaret Margerison married Mary Maude Mawde Middelton Middleton Millstone Grit moor slopes Nesfield Nicholas Olicana Otley Otley Chevin parish pastures pdca Percy Plumpton Ramsgill Rhydding Richard river Robert Robinson Robt Robto rocks Roman Rombalds Moor sandstone School shales side Silsden Sir Peter Sir William Skipton Stead Stockeld stone Stubham Swier tenants terrae Thomas valley Vicar Watkinson Wharfe Wharfedale Wheatley widow wife William de Percy woods yeoman York Yorkshire
Page 84 - I stood amazed when others' tears begun, And now begin to weep when they have done. HENRY CONSTABLE (1562-1613). On Thomas Middleton WITH humble prayer, I beseech thee That this scripture here shall see To say De profundis if you lettered be For the soules of Jone my wife and me. Thomas Middleton, sometyme man of law, Under this stone am laid full lawe ; If thou be unlearned and cannot reed For our soules and all christen soules need Say a Pater Noster and Ave and a Creed.
Page 42 - The centre one, which is 16 inches by 14 inches at the base, tapering to 11 inches square at the top, bears on the north side the symbols of the Evangelists, in oblong compartments, human figures in flowing robes, each with the head of the animal which is his symbol, surrounded by a glory, and holding the book of his gospel. St. John, the uppermost, has the head of an eagle ; St. Luke, the next, that of a bull ; St. Mark, Ancient Crosses, Ilkley.
Page 21 - ... example of which still exists, almost perfect, on Counter Hill, near Addingham. When the Rev. John Whitaker visited Ilkley between 1760 and 1770, the site of the Roman camp was such that he was able to define accurately its extent and appearance, and at this day his description is worth repeating. He says : — The area of the Roman Camp in Ilkley can be clearly traced. It is pointed out by the appellation, Castle Hill, and by the remains of the rampart. The ground is admirably defended by the...