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It is unnecessary to enumerate here the various books and transactions of antiquarian societies which have been consulted in the writing t)f this little volume. Much material has, of course, been derived from Poulson s Beverac, a carefully revised edition of which would be very welcome to all students of the antiquities of the East Riding. The present writer desires to acknowledge his indebtedness to the learned papers of Mr John Bilson, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., and Mr A. F. Leach, F.S.A., who, though personally unknown to him, have been so good as to give him considerable help. He wishes also sincerely to thank Canon Nolloth for enabling him to examine the minster itself, and for much valuable information most courteously given. To Mr Wilfrid Groom, who at considerable personal inconvenience has taken most of the photographs from which the accompanying illustrations have been made, he desires to express his deep gratitude. C. H. London,
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