Vol 93 (1941)

Published during the Second World War, all the papers and communications in this volume cover Lancashire topics, including a note about Royal Navy ships named 'Liverpool'

Front matter
Council and officers for the year 1941
Officers of the Society from the commencement
Honorary members
List of members
Societies from whom publications are received

The Anglian settlement of Lancashire
F. T. Wainwright

The origins of Clitheroe castle and chapel
Rev Joseph McNulty

Fresh light on the Liverpool election of 1670
Miss E. B. Saxton

The early Liverpool privateers
Arthur C. Wardle

John Bolton, a Liverpool merchant, 1756-1837
Godfrey W. Mathews

The County Record office in 1941
R. Sharpe France

Stone axe found at Whiston, 1941
F. A. Bailey

The ancestry of Cuthbert Harrison
Robert Walker

First mention of a Liverpool mayor
S. A. Harris

The opening of Liverpool’s first dock, 1715
Arthur C. Wardle

The King’s ships named Liverpool, 1741-1941
Arthur C. Wardle

Liverpool and the slave trade
Arthur C. Wardle

Eccleston Park, near Prescot – formerly Pitman’s Farm
Frederic Crooks

Council and officers’ reports for the year 1941



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