1 edition of Loidis and Elmete found in the catalog.
Loidis and Elmete
Whitaker, Thomas Dunham
1816 by Printed by T. Davison, for Robinson, son, and Holdsworth; [etc.,etc.] in Leeds .
Written in English
|Statement||By Thomas Dunham Whitaker.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.L4 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., 404, 80 (i.e. 88), 2 p.|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||03018128|
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The full title of this book is "LOIDIS AND ELMETE or an attempt to illustrate the districts described in those words by Bede and supposed to embrace the lower portions of Airedale and Wharfedale, together with the entire vale of the Calder".
It was published in and is 17 inches high by 11 inches wide, is 2 inches thick and weighs 11 pounds. Loidis and Elmete: Or, an Attempt to Illustrate the Districts Described in Those Words By Bede; and Supposed to Embrace the Lower Portions of Aredale and Wharfdale, Together with the Whole Vale of Calder, in the County of York.
Letters A to G of the book History of Leeds and Elmete (Loidis and Elmete) by Dr. Loidis and Elmete book Dunham Whitaker. Please note that this index is given in good faith as a guide to the contents of the book, but there may be errors in both the original index and the transcription of the index.
Bradford: Extract from 'Loidis and Elmete' by Thomas D. Whitaker. The book shows a large family tree which shows relationships between the Tong family of Tong, the Tempests of Bracewell (and later of Tong), and the Mirfields.
Reproduced. In the previous part of this brief history, we encountered Thomas Dunham Whitaker’s 2nd edition of Thoresby’s Ducatus, as well as his own Loidis and Elmete – a sort-of sequel to the former work. We also discussed the practice of ‘grangerising’ a book – the insertion or addition of prints and other material alongside the pages of an.
In the same year, Whitaker also published his Loidis and Elmete – which was a kind-of updated and expanded Ducatus, covering the period since the latter was published in and taking in a much wider area than Thoresby did: from the latter’s focus on the area defined by the ancient Parish of Leeds, to most of the miles round the town.
First Edition. Vol. I is 1st Ed.; Vol II is 2nd Ed. Category: Yorkshire, British History. Language: English. ISBN: No ISBN. Volume I. Loidis and Elmete: Or, An Attempt to Illustrate the Districts Described in those Words by Bede; and Supposed to Embrace the Lower Portions of Aredale and Wharfdale Together with the Entire Vale of Calder in the County of York.
↑ Printed in Loidis and Elmete, vol. ↑ Camden. ↑ Loidis and Elmete. ↑ The entire population of this parish is thirteen thousand six hundred and fifty-nine. ↑ Partly in Silkstone parish; Loidis and Elmete book wapentake. ↑ The entire parish contains twenty-one thousand eight hundred and seventy persons.
↑ Whitaker. ↑ Betham's. Loidis, from which Leeds derives its name, was anciently a forested area of the Celtic kingdom of Elmet. The settlement certainly existed at the time of the Norman conquest of England and in was Loidis and Elmete book thriving manor under the overlordship of Ilbert de Lacy.
Loidis and Elmete; or, An attempt to illustrate the districts described in those words by Bede; and supposed to embrace the lower portions of Aredale and Wharfdale, together with the entire vale of Calder, in the county of York. Elmet was one of a number of small independent states to emerge at the end of the Roman period.
Embracing the present West Riding of Yorkshire, at the height of its powers the region is believed to have extended from the headwaters of the Humber across to the Pennine foothills in the west.
The name “Leeds” was first in the form of “Loidis” around It was mentioned by Bede in his book “ Historia Ecclesiastica”.
He spoke about it in a discussion of an altar surviving from a church erected by Edwin of Northumbria. It was a regional name but mentioned in the Domesday Book as Ledes.
The Index, Letters R to Z of the book History of Leeds and Elmete (Loidis and Elmete) by Dr. Thomas Dunham Whitaker. Please note that this index is given in good faith as a guide to the contents of the book, but there may be errors in both the.
Loidis and Elmete: Or, An Attempt to Describe Districts Described in those Words by Bede etc. Also: Ducatus Leodiensis: or, Topography of the Ancient and Populous Town & Parish of Leedes etc, Musaeum ThoresbyanumBook Edition: Second Edition.
Folio 13" - 23" tall; Loidis and Elmete; or, an Attempt To Illustrate the Districts Described in Those Words by Bede; and Supposed To Embrace the Lower Portions of Aredale and Wharfdale, together with the Entire Vale of Calder, in the County of York, England. pages plus 2 pages of directions to the binder and plates.
In one volume. the Index of the names given in the pedigrees of the book History of Leeds and Elmete (Loidis and Elmete) by Dr. Thomas Dunham Whitaker. Please note that this index is given in good faith as a guide to the contents of the book, but there may be errors in both the original index and the transcription of the index.
Pagan/Anglian/ Mercian colonisation of Elmete may have occurred at this time. In at the Battle of Winwaed the Christian king Oswy of Northumbria defeated the Anglian pagan Penda and regained the lands that had been lost. This may have led to. The Antiquities of the Borough of Leeds: Described and Illustrated (Classic James Wardell No preview available - James Wardell No preview available - But his life work was his monumental History of Leeds – an expanded, grangerised edition of two earlier antiquarian studies of the town: Ralph Thoresby’s Ducatus Leodiensis () and Thomas Dunham Whitaker’s Loidis and Elmete ().
It is in this book that Boyne’s posthumous reputation, and his importance to the City of Leeds, reside. An easy (ish) one to begin: whose book entitled the Ducatus Leodiensis is generally reckoned to have been the first written history of Leeds. He wrote the first history of Leeds but who was he.
Who was the editor of that book’s second edition, published in. (he also wrote a book called Loidis and Elmete, also published in ) 3. Meanwhile, Whitaker published Loidis and Elmete; or, an Attempt to Illustrate the Districts Described in those Words by Bede; and Supposed to Embrace the Lower Portions of Aredale and Wharfedale, Together with the Entire Vale of the Calder, in the County of York (Leeds and Wakefield ), which included four illustrations from Turner’s works.
Get this from a library. Loidis and Elmete; or, An attempt to illustrate the districts described in those words by Bede; and supposed to embrace the lower portions of Aredale and Wharfdale, together with the entire vale of Calder, in the county of York. [Thomas Dunham Whitaker].
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Watch the auction as a guest You have been outbid. For the best chance of winning, increase your maximum bid. Volume I. Loidis and Elmete: Or, An Attempt to Illustrate the Districts Described in those Words by Bede; and Supposed to Embrace the Lower Portions of Aredale and Wharfdale Together with the Entire Vale of Calder in the County of York.
The Elands became extinct, their relatives, the Saviles succeeded to the Elland estates when Sir John Savile married Isobel de Eland. They continued to live at New Hall [rebuilt in 's]* The Saviles already owned the manor of Thornhill and estates since Edward III's time, their original seat and estates being at Dodworth, near Barnsley.
Loidis and Elmete, or an Attempt to illustrate the Lower Portions of Airedale and Wharfdale, An appendix was published in The History of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of Yorkshire,in 2 volumes.
It has thirty-two plates, after J. Turner. English Landscape Scenery, WHITAKER (THOMAS DUNHAM) Loidis and Elmete, (2) Sold for £ (US$ ) inc. premium. Books, Maps and Photographs. 16 SepBST Oxford CONSTABLE (JOHN) LUCAS (DAVID, engraver) English Landscape Scenery, 40 mezzotint engraved.
A History of Inland Transport and Communication in England/Chapter But there was another point of view which is thus expressed by Whitaker in "Loidis and Elmete": "To intercept an ancient highway, to distrain upon a man for the purchase of a convenience which he does not desire, and to debar him from the use of his ancient accommodation.
English Landscape Scenery, WHITAKER (THOMAS DUNHAM) Loidis and Elmete, (2) £ - US$ - Printed Books, Maps and Photographs. 25 JunBST Oxford CONSTABLE (JOHN) LUCAS (DAVID, engraver) English Landscape Scenery, 40 mezzotint engraved. It is known that he drew substantially on the collections of John Hopkinson of Lofthouse but it is less likely that he used those of Ralph Thoresby (d.
), the author of Ducatus Leodiensis (London ), as was suggested by Thomas Dunham Whitaker in his own history of Leeds, Loidis and Elmete (Leeds ).
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The early ecclesiastical history of Dewsbury in the West-Riding of the county of York: including a sketch of the introduction of Christianity into Northumbria: to which are added, with notes, Dr. Whitaker's account of Dewsbury from his "Loidis and Elmete," and his dissertation on the origin and progress of domestic architecture.
The 2nd ed. () of this work forms vol. 1 of what is commonly called the 'History of Leeds' (v. 2 being Loidis and Elmete by T.D. Whitaker)--Boyne, p. 79 Upcott, W. A bibliographical account of the principal works relating to English topography (), pp. describes the Atkins/Clements issue.
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Much of the book is about botany and ornithology in the wilder parts of Britain. He published several pulpit discourses, and a collection of his ‘Practical Sermons’ was published at London in two volumes, In Whitaker's ‘Loidis and Elmete’ there is a fine portrait of him, engraved by W.
Holl from a painting by J. Russell, R.A. [Memoir prefixed to his Practical Sermons; Whitaker's Loidis and Elmete, p. ].The Early Ecclesiastical History of Dewsbury. to Which Are Added, With Notes, Dr.
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