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Egbert unites the kingdoms of the Hep-

tarchy, 94
Egfrid, King, buried at Driffield, 92
Ely, Bishop of, heads an army,

137
England, the Island of Saints, 80
England submits to the Conqueror, 122
Ermine Street (Roman road), 70
Esk, River, 33
Ethelred flies the kingdom, 102

Fairs, Ancient, 352
Fair Rosamond, 395
Five Whispering Knights, 49
Flamborough promontory, 3
Fleming, Nicholas, Mayor of York, 137
Flood, great, at Ripponden, 267
Foss, River, 33
Fosseway (Roman road), 69, 70
Franchise of Yorkshire, 36
Freeburgh Hill, 12
Free Chapels, how founded, 187
Fridstol, or freed stool, ancient, 376, 377

Healaugh Parish, 664
Hengist and Horsa invited to Britain, 73
Hengist defeats the Picts and Scots, 75
Hermit of Knaresborough, 635
Hertford and Derwent Drainage, 6
Hessay Township, 668
Hide of land, description of, 116
Hinguar and Hubba, 96; they destroy the

Holderness coast, 97
Holderness Drainage, 5; cattle, 7
Holdgate, or Holgate, Township, 663
Holy Island, 87
Horrible brutalities of the Danes, 97
Horse Racing, 632
Hull, River, 31; change of its course, 32
Hull, a maritime town, 133
Hulpit and Hunpit holes, 36
Humber, River, 28
Hurtlepot, Ginglepot, and Donk, Caves, 36
Hutton-Wandesley Township, 667

Icknild Street (Roman road), 70
Independents, the, rob the churches, 256
Indulgences, definition of, 408
Inhabitants of Yorkshire, their character,

36
Instance of filial affection, 236
Insurrection of the northern Catholics,

207
Insurrection in the East Riding, 200
Insurrection of the old Parliamentary fac-

tion, 262
Ireland peopled, 38
Isurium (Aldborough), 42
Jack Straw and Wat Tyler's rebellion, 144
Jenkins, Henry, 18, 260
Jews, the number of, in England, 356
Jones, Paul, the Anglo-American bucca-

neer, 271

Galilee Porches in churches, 376
Galtres, ancient Forest of, 33, 351
Gascoigne, Chief Justice, refuses to pass

sentence of death on Archbishop Scrope,

148
Gaveston, Piers de, 134, 135
General History of Yorkshire, 37
Gent, Thomas, the historian, 640
Geoffrey Plantagenet, Archbishop of York,

129
Geoffrey of Monmouth, the historian, 289
Geology of Yorkshire, 20
Giggleswick Scar, 35
Glass windows first introduced, 407, 440
Glo'ster, Duke of; his conduct at the death

of Edward V., 169; is made Protector,

and crowned King, 170
Goodmanham, Pagan Temple at, 84
Graham's Dyke, 54
Gregory the Great, Pope his character,

79; he resolves on the conversion of

England, 80
Grimston Township, 678
Guilds or Fraternities, 198
Guy Fawkes, a Yorkshireman, 637
Hadrian, Emperor, arrives in Britain, 54;

resides at York, 291
Hadrian's Great Wall, 55
Hainault soldiery massacred, 142
Harold II. crowned, 103; his death and

burial, 109
Harrald Hadrada invades England, 104
Harrogate Springs, 35
Hazlewood Hall or Castle, 676

Julius Agricola, 52
Julius Cæsar, invasion of, 43

Keyingham Drainage, 6
Kingston-upon-Hull, port of, 20
King, origin of the name, 83, 353
King Arthur defeats the Saxons; his mur-

der, and the discovery of his remains,

76, 77
King Edwin's daughter baptized by St.

Paulinus, 83
King Edwin baptized by St. Paulinus, and

his glorious reign, 85; his death, 86
King Richard I.-his coronation, 127; his

imprisonment in Austria, 129
King John visits York, 130
King Alexander I. of Scotland married at

York, 130

Long Parliament, the, 227
Lothbric, a Danish General, legend of, 96

King Alexander II. of Scotland married at

York, 131
King Edward I. at York, 131; his death,

133
King Edward II., 134; his murder, 141
King Edward III.—his glorious reign and

marriage, 142
King Richard II.—his accession, 144; de-

position and murder, 146
King Henry IV.-his accession, 147; death,

150
King Henry V. visits York and Beverley,

150; his death, 151
King Henry VI.—his character, 151; falls

into the hands of the Yorkists, 164;
again made King, 167; confined in the
Tower, and murdered, 169
King Edw. IV. proclaimed, 155; crowned,

162; again crowned, 164; his imprison.
ment and escape, 167; is again pro-
claimed King, 167; his death, 169; his

family, 169
King Edward V. murdered in the Tower,

170
King Richard III., 170; slain at the battle

of Bosworth Field, 172
King Henry VII.—his coronation, mar-

riage, &c., 172
King Henry VIII. receives the title of De-
fender of the Faith, 181; visits York-

shire, 192; his death, 197
King Edward VI.—his death, 201
King James VI.'s accession, 211; his death,

217
King Charles I.-history of his disastrous

reign, 217; is refused admittance into
Hull, 250; his person delivered up by
the Scots, 257; is tried and executed,

259
King Charles II. proclaimed, 261; his

death, 201
King James II.--his accession, 264
Kirkby-Wharfe Parish, 677
Kirk-Hammerton Parish, 665
Kits-Coty House, 48
Knapton Township, 651
Lancaster, Duke of, lands at Ravenspurn,

146
Levellers, the, their fanaticism, 257, 258
Library of York Cathedral, 312
Lindisfarne, Isle of, 87; church destroyed

by the Danes, 93
Lollius Urbicus, 56
Londesborough, King Edwin's residence,

84
Long Marston Parish, 666
Long Meg and her Daughters, 49

Malham Cove, 36
Malo Cross, 71
Mansions, ancient, 35
Mark, value of, 129
Mary, Queen of Scots, 210
Massacre of the Jews, 126
Maxima Cæsariensis, 54
Mechanics' Institute, Yorkshire Union of,

617
Middlethorpe Township, 664
Mile, derivation of, 55
Mineral Springs in Yorkshire, 35, 688
Minster, derivation of the name, 419
Mistletoe, a sacred plant with the Druids,

40
Monastic Institutions in Yorkshire, 35
Monasteries, suppression of, 181; annual

revenues, 185
Friaries-York, 491, 492, 495
Nunneries—York, 496,556; Tadcaster, 672
Priories-York, 490, 497 ; Sinningthwaite,

654; Nun-Appleton, 661; Heaulaugh

Park, 664
HospitalsYork, 471, 497, 498, 499, 500
Moor Monkton Parish, 667
Mountains in Yorkshire-Roseberry Top-

ping, 10; Black Hamilton, &c., 10, 12;
Stow Brow, 11; Howardian Hills, 13;
Pennygant, Warnside, and Ingleborough,

19
Multangular Tower at York, 293, 334

Naburn Chapelry, 607
Nennius, the historian, 289
Newcastle, Earl of, created a Marquis, 239
Nice and Sardica, Councils of, 64
Nidd, River, 33
Norman Period, 107
Northern Assize Circuit, 36
North of England divided into Shires, &c.,

101
Northallerton burnt by the Scots, 136
North Riding-Situation and extent, 10,

11: principal towns, 10; climate, 13;
soil, 14; agricultural and woodlands, 15;
cattle, sheep, and horses, 16; minerals
and lead mines, 17; longevity of its in-

habitants, 18
Northumbria, Earls of, 102
Northumberland, Earl of, murdered, 175
Northumbrian dynasty, extinction of, 94
Northumbrian kingdom conquered by the

Danes, 97; reduced to an Earldom, 101;

divide nto Shires, 119
Nunneries, first instances of, 496

Octavius crowned at York, 61
Ouse, River, 28; etymology of, 290
Octon Township, 675

Pagan Temple profaned by Coifi, 84
Pall, or Pallium, of the Archbishops, 383
Parisi, tribe of, 42
Parliament, first, held in York, 125; deri-

vation of the name, 125; other early

Parliaments, 131, 133, 139, 143
Paulinus and Coifi discuss religion, 84
Pauperism floods the country, 185
Penda, King of Mercia, 85, 89
Pestilence, called the “Black Death," 144
Petuaria and Portus Felix (British Towns),

Reformation in Religion, 182; new liturgy

compiled, 199
Reform Bill, effects of, in Yorkshire, 36
Relics found on Towton Field, 161
Religious edifices profaned during the

Commonwealth, 458
Religious Houses, 35; suppression of, 181
Richmond, Earl of, lands at Milford-Ha-

ven, 171
Riding, origin of the term, 114
Rivers of Yorkshire, 27 to 33
Rollrich Stones, 49, 52
Roman Invasion, 43
Roman Period, 53
Roman Colonies, Stipendiary Towns, Latin

Cities, 66
Roman government of Britain, 66
Romans, the, relinquish Britain, 68
Roman modes of sepulture, 58, 298
Roman sepulchral and other remains, 34;

at York, 293
Roman roads, 69, 72
Roman Stations-Eboracum, 54; Delgo-

vicia, Dunus Sinus, Danum, &c., 72;

Derventio, 72, 83; Calcaria, 670
Roman Encampments, 73
Roman Villa at Collingham, 690
Roseberry Topping, 10, 11
Rosedale Iron works, 17
Rufforth Parish, 670

Phænician Merchants visit the Tin Is-

lands, 37
Pickering Beck, 13
Picts and Scots, 68
Pilgrimage of Grace, insurrection, 189
Plague, the, 146, 262
Pope Adrian sends Legates to England, in

A.D. 785, 93
Poppleton-Upper and Nether, 669
Population of England armed, 125, 139
Population of several towns in the reign of

Edward III., 144
Ports of Yorkshire, 20
Price of provisions in 1533, 181
Prince Charles Stuart, the Pretender, 267
Prince Rupert, 242
Printing Press, the first at York, 180
Promontories, 3
Protestants and Catholics executed for

heresy, 195
Puritans, the, 207

Quakers, origin of the name, 549
Quarter Sessions, where held, 36
Queen Anne's Bounty, 374
Queen of Scotland visits York, 178
Queen Elizabeth's accession, 205; her

death, 211
Queen Henrietta's letter to Charles I., 237;

her death, 259
Queen Margaret's adherence to her party,

162; her captivity and death, 169
Queen Mary's accession, 201; her mar-

riage, 203; her death, 205
Queen Victoria's visit to York, 280; to

Kingston-upon-Hull, 282
Railways, 34
Ravenspurne, Bolingbroke lands at, 146;

Edward IV. debarks 167
Rebellion, the, of 1745, 267
Rebellion in Yorkshire, 175

Sanctuaries abolished, 200
Sanctuary, the privilege of, 375
Saxons, the-their origin, manners, &c.,

73; invited to Britain by Vortigern, 74;
their conquest of the Britons, 77; their
religion, 78; titles of honour, 115;

names of divisions of land, 116
Saxon Heptarchy, 77; how composed, 81;

extinction of, 94
Saxon Kings-Ida, Ella or Alla, Ethelfrid,

and Edwin, 82; Ceadwalla, Oswald,
Adelwald, Oswy, Oswin, and Oswio, 86;
Alchfrid, 90; Egfrid, 91; Osred, Ceonred,
Cælwulf, 92; Mol-Edilwold, Alchred,
Alfwold, and Ethelbred, 93; Osbald,
Eardulf, and Egbert, 94; Osbert and

Ella, 95; Egbert, 98
Saxon Remains at York, 311
Saxton Parish, 680
Scarborough besieged by the nobles, 134;

burnt by the Scots, 136
Scarborough burnt by the Danes, 104
Scarborough Castle, attempt to seize it, 203
Scarborough Springs, 35
Scarthingwell, 681
Scots pass from Ireland to Scotland, 38
Scotland, ancient inhabitants of, 68

com-

Scots, their barbarous invasions, 123
Scottish Regalia removed to England, 132
Scottish League and Covenant, 224
Scotch, the, in arms against Chas. I., 224
Scrope's, Archbishop, rebellion, 147; his

execution, 148
Sea coast, extent of, 10
Sepulchral (called Druids') Circles, 48
Severus, Emperor, arrives in Britain, 56 ;

his conquests and death, 57; funeral

obsequies at York, 58
Severus Hill, near York, 58
Ship-money, tax imposed, 223
Sieges-Portsmouth, 232; York

mences, 241; ends, 251; Leeds, 236;
Pontefract, 253; Sheffield, 254; Scar-
borough and Skipton, 255; Carlisle, 268
Simnel, Lambert, an impostor, 173; is pro-

claimed King in Dublin, 174
Sistuntii, tribe of, 42
Siward, Earl of Northumbria, 102
Sixth Conquering Legion, 55, 69
Skipton burnt by the Scots, 137
Skipbridge Hamlet, 669
Skirlaw, Bishop of Durham, 411
Spalding Moor and Walling Fen Drainage,

6
Spencer, Hugh de, favourite of Edward

III., 138
Spurne Promontory, 3
St. Ceadda, or Chad, Archbishop of York,

384
St. Edward the Confessor, 102, 103
St. Edwin (King), St. Ethelburge (Queen),

384
St. John of Beverley, 388
St. Oswald (King), 87
St. Oswald, Archbishop of York, 392
St. Paulinus, Archbishop of York, 80, 382,

384
St. Thomas of Canterbury-ridiculous

trial of, 193
St. Wilfrid, Archbishop of York, 90,385
St. William, Archbishop of York, 393
Staith, origin of the name, 366
Steeton Township, 662
Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, 49, 50
Stoupe Brow, or Stow Brow, 11
Stuarts, the last of the, 405
Sunk Island recovered from the Humber,

3, 9
Sutton-cum-Hazlewood Township, 675
Swale, River, 27; St. Paulinus baptizes

immense numbers in it, 28, and 80
Sweating Sickness, 200
Sweyn's Danish fleet enters the Humber,

102
Synods held in Northumbria, (A.D. 785) 93

Tadcaster Town and Parish, 670
Tariff of prices at York in 1314, 135
Tees, River, 27
Temple of Bellona at York, 292
Temple of Serapis at York, 295
Theodorus, Archbishop of Britain, 91
Thirty-nine Articles, the, published, 200
Thornton Force and Scar, 35
Thorp-Arch Parish, 691
Thrave, meaning of, 165
Thunder and rain storm, 4
Thurston, Archbishop of York, 123
Tides, Spring, at York and Hull, 29
Tithings, why named, 115
Tithes, origin of, 373
Tockwith Township, 656
Tonnage and Poundage levied, 221
Tosti's fleet enters the Humber, 104
Tournament at York, 131
Tournament between two English and two

foreign Knights, 149
Touton Township, 682
Turpin, the highwayman, 513
Tyler's, Wat, rebellion, 145
Wade's Causeway, 71
Wages of workmen in the 14th century,

411
Wall of Antoninus, 54
Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria, 101, 120,

122
Walton Parish, 692
Wapentake, origin of the term, 114
Warbeck, Perkin, an impostor, 176; is pro-

claimed King, by the title of Richard
IV., and is executed for treason, 178
Warwick, the great Earl, his character and

death, 168
Wars of the Roses, 151
War, Great Civil, cause and progress of, 217
Wastes of Yorkshire, 20
Waterfalls of Yorkshire, 35
Watling Street (Roman road), 70
Wayland Smith's Cave, 48
Weathercote Cave, 36
Wesley, Rev. John, 547
West Riding--situation and principal towns

of, 18; soil, minerals, and manufactures,

19
Wighill Parish, 693
Wilstrop Township, 666
William Duke of Normandy prepares to

invade England, 107; is surnamed the
Conqueror, 111; his harsh treatment of

the English, 112
Wharfe, River, 32
Wolds of Yorkshire, 3; soil of, 5; rabbit.

warrens and sheep-walks, 7

Ulleskelf Toucnship, 680

Ure or Yore, River, 28

The City of Pork

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121

Is again burnt (accidentally) in 1137 123

First English Parliament held here

125, 319

The city risen to eminence

126

Great massacre of the Jews.

.126, 319

Their horrid fate at York

128

Temporal and spiritual power united 13

King John's visit

130

The city besieged by the Barons.... 130

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