Note on abbreviations

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Victoria County History

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P.M. Tillott (editor)

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1961

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'Note on abbreviations', A History of the County of York: the City of York (1961), pp. XIX-XX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36311 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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NOTE ON ABBREVIATIONS

In general the first citation of a source in each article or section gives all necessary particulars but the following works are always cited in an abbreviated form and may therefore need elucidation.

Benson, Hist. York G. Benson, York: From its origins to the end of the Eleventh Cent. [vol. i]; Later Medieval York: . . . from 1100 to 1603 [vol. ii]; An Account of . . . York: from the Reformation to the year 1925 [vol. iii].
Davies, Walks through York R. Davies, Walks through the City of York, 1880.
Drake, Ebor. Francis Drake, Eboracum, 1736.
E.Y.C. Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Publications, Extra Series, Early Yorkshire Charters, ed. W. Farrer and others; the first three vols. published by Farrer.
Fasti Ebor. W. H. Dixon and J. Raine, Fasti Eboracensis, 1863.
Gent, Hist. York The Ancient and Modern History of the famous City of York by T. G., 1730.
Hargrove, Hist. York W. Hargrove, History and Description . . . York, 1818.
Hist. Ch. York Historians of the Church of York, ed. J. Raine, Rolls Series, 1879–94.
Knight, Hist. York C. B. Knight, A History of the City of York, 1944.
Widdrington, Analecta Sir Thomas Widdrington, Analecta Eboracensia, ed. Caesar Caine, 1897.
Y.A. and Y.A.S., Proc. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Architectural and the York Archaeological Society.
Y.A.J. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal.
York Min. Hist. Tracts The tracts were brought together in an unpaginated volume York Minster Historical Tracts, ed. A. Hamilton Thompson, in 1927 and reference is made to the tracts by their position in that volume.

The following publications of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society in their Record Series have frequently been cited by the title alone.

Feet of Fines being vols. ii, v, vii, viii, xlii, lii, liii, lxii, lxvii, lxxxii, cxxi in the Record Series.

Herring's Visitation being vols. lxxi, lxxii, lxxv, lxxvii, lxxix in the Record Series.

York Civ. Rec. (Civic Records) being vols. xcviii, ciii, cvi, cviii, cx, cxii, cxv, cxix in the Record Series.

Yorks. Deeds being vols. xxxix, l, lxiii, lxv, lxix, lxxvi, lxxxiii, cii, cxi, cxx in the Record Series.

Yorks. Inq. (Inquisitions) being vols. xii, xxiii, xxxi, xxxvii, lix in the Record Series.

The following publications of the Surtees Society have frequently been cited by title alone.

Publication no.
C.C. Guild (Corpus Christi) 57
Feet of Fines, John 94
Inventories Ch. Goods 97
Minster Fab. R. (Fabric Rolls) 35
Reg. Gray 56
Reg. Giffard 109
Reg. Wickwane 114
Reg. Romeyn 123, 128
Reg. Corbridge 138, 141
Reg. Greenfield 145, 149, 151–3
Test. Ebor. (Testamenta Eboracensia) 4, 30, 45, 53, 79, 106
Whitby Charty. 69, 72
York Freemen 96, 102
York Mem. Bk. (Memorandum Book) 120, 125
York Merch. Adv. (Merchant Adventurers) 129
Yorks. Chantry Surv. 91, 92