Excerpt from Old Yorkshire
Having been favoured with several most interesting original contributions, I have as yet used but a small proportion of the articles in Local Notes and Queries, and it is my intention, should the present venture meet with the approval of my subscrib... ers and the public, to issue another volume of Old Yorkshire in the autumn of the present year, and subsequently, a volume on the first day of March in each year. Each of these issues will contain choice selections from the Mercury Supplement, together with original contributions; and the series, will it is hoped, be a worthy addition to the history of our ancient county, and tend to save from perishing much that is curious, In order to make the successive volumes of Old Yorkshire as interesting as possible, I shall be glad to receive mss. And other communications, also gifts or loans of wood and steel engravings, as well as suggestions from all who feel interested in the project.
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