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British Library digitised image from page 8 of "Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes. The Wapentake of Agbrigg (Bibl. Harl. 803. Plut. LXX.) ... edited by A. S. Ellis and G. W. Tomlinson. Reprinted from the 'Yorkshire Archæological Journal.'" | by The British Library
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British Library digitised image from page 8 of "Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes. The Wapentake of Agbrigg (Bibl. Harl. 803. Plut. LXX.) ... edited by A. S. Ellis and G. W. Tomlinson. Reprinted from the 'Yorkshire Archæological Journal.'"

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Title: "Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes. The Wapentake of Agbrigg (Bibl. Harl. 803. Plut. LXX.) ... edited by A. S. Ellis and G. W. Tomlinson. Reprinted from the 'Yorkshire Archæological Journal.'"

Author(s): Dodsworth, Roger [person] ; Ellis, Alfred Shelley [person] ; Tomlinson, George William [person]

British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 10360.dd.13"

Page: 8 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)

Place of publication: London (England)

Date of publication: 1884

Type of resource: Monograph

Language(s): English

Physical description: 176 pages (8°)

 

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