Vol 136 (1986)

This volume is not available at the moment, but we hope to bring it to you soon – meanwhile this is the contents list:

Front matter
Editorial note
Council and officers of the society

The sea approaches. The importance of the Dee and the Mersey in the civil war in the north-west
R. N. Dore

Peel Hall, an artisan mannerist puzzle in Cheshire
R. C. Turner

The origins of political parties in late seventeenth-century Lancashire
L. K. J. Glassey

Aughton enclosure in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: the struggle for superiority
Audrey Coney

The foundation and development of the Underwriters Association in Liverpool in the early nineteenth century
E. M. Swearman

Irish in the east Cheshire silk industry 1851-1861
F. J. Williams

The development of West Derby village, 1825-1881: the social, political and pathological consequences
M. Auton

Notes on contributors

Sir Hugh Calveley: a reassessment
W. McColly


Roy George Dottie

Council and officers’ reports for 1986



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