Survey of London
Detailed studies of the capital's architecture and topography, since 1894. 44 volumes.
Maps (Ordnance Survey)
The complete 1:10,560 series, and 1:2,500 maps for selected areas (Epoch 1). 2 volumes.
Calendars and transcripts of medieval and early modern records. 5 volumes.
Assize records for London, 14th-16th centuries. 3 volumes.
Churchwardens', parish clerks' and other parish records. 3 volumes.
Feet of Fines
Final concords for Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Sussex and Yorkshire. 2 volumes.
A New History of London
Including Westminster and Southwark
Noorthouck's 'New History' falls into two parts. The first is a narrative history of London from the Roman period until the 1770s. The second gives accounts of the present state of the City (organised by ward), and of much of Westminster, Southwark and Lambeth. It also includes an Appendix of charters and statutes relating to the City, and lists of mayors, bishops and other officers.
A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 part 1
The City of Chester: General History and Topography
This is the first of two volumes providing an authoritative and detailed treatment of Chester's history, meticulously researched from the original sources.
A History of the County of London: Volume 1
London within the Bars, Westminster and Southwark
Part-volume, covering the history of the religious houses of the borough of Southwark and the cities of London and Westminster.
A Dictionary of London
Historical notes of streets and buildings in the City of London, including references to other relevant sources.
Historical Account of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Including the Borough of Gateshead
The 'Descriptive and Historical Account of the Town and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne' by the Newcastle author and publisher Eneas Mackenzie. It contains historical and contemporary accounts of the religious, civic, educational and cultural buildings and institutions of the city in the early nineteenth century.
Justice in eighteenth-century Hackney
The justicing notebook of Henry Norris and the Hackney petty sessions book
These two sources cover between them the period 1730 to 1753. Edited from MSS in the Greater London Record Office, by permission of the London Record Society.
The church in London 1375-1392
Details ecclesiastical property and the taxation of the clergy in the City of London. Also included are Acta of William Courtenay, Bishop of London. By kind permission of the London Record Society.
A History of the County of Worcester: volume 3
Covers two parts of the historic county: firstly, the hundred of Halfshire in the north-east, which includes several areas now within the greater Birmingham area, including Dudley, Halesowen and Yardley. Accounts are given of Kidderminster, Droitwich and Alvechurch. Secondly, the volume also covers the hundred of Oswaldslow, which largely encircles the city of Worcester.
A History of the County of Kent: Volume 2
A part-volume detailing the religious houses of the county. Includes accounts of the early history of Canterbury and Rochester cathedrals, and of several sites now within the conurbation of London.