Now then! A Yorkshire Almanac for 2022

Yorkshire on this day, comprising (now) modern events in heaven and on earth, and (then) 149 entries (129,230 words) of tagged, customisable historical data relating to the last 6,000 years, quoted from 258 captivating historical sources. Brought to you free by Leeds’s Singing Organ-Grinder and sponsors. In progress - 2023 beta printed edition for sale late 2022.

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1st White Cloth Hall 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot 1780 British general election 1794 Treason Trials 1842 general strike 1992–93 UEFA Champions League A. L. Lloyd Aaron of Lincoln Abolitionism in the United Kingdom Abraham academy accident accounting acrobatics Acts of the Apostles Admiralty (United Kingdom) adultery Adventism Aidan of Lindisfarne Aintree Racecourse Aire and Calder Navigation Airedale Aislaby, Scarborough Alan Bennett Alberche alcohol alcoholism Alcuin Aldersgate Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven Alf Cooke algebra All Creatures Great and Small (1978 TV series) Allerton, West Yorkshire All Hallows' Church, Harthill Allhallowtide Allotment (gardening) All Saints' Day All Souls' Day All the Year Round Ally McCoist alpaca Altered state of consciousness Altona, Hamburg Alum amateur sports Ambleside Americas Ammonoidea Ammon Wrigley Ancient Rome Andrew Marvell Andy Goram Angles Anglicanism Anglo-Dutch Wars Anglo-Saxons Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain Angora goat Ankyloglossia Anna Abulafia Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury Anthony St Leger (British Army officer) Anti-clericalism Antiquities Apperley Bridge Appleby-in-Westmorland Appleby Horse Fair Archaeology Archbishop of Canterbury Archbishop of York Archery arithmetic Armistice of 11 November 1918 Armitage Bridge Armley arsenic Arsenic poisoning Arsenic trioxide Arthington railway station Arthington Viaduct Arthur Murphy (writer) Ascot Racecourse Ashton-under-Lyne assizes Association football Astronomy Atlantic Ocean Atlantic slave trade At Last the 1948 Show Attercliffe Avebury A Word to the Wise Baby bottle Bagley, West Yorkshire Baildon Bainbridge, North Yorkshire Baitings Reservoir Balby ballad Baltic maritime trade (c. 1400–1800) Baltic Sea Bamburgh baptism Baptists barbiturate Barker's Pool barley Barnard Castle Barnsley Bartholomew Fair Bartholomew the Apostle Baslow Bathing machine Batley battle Battle of Abukir (1801) Battle of Alexandria Battle of Copenhagen (1801) Battle of Flodden Battle of Fulford Battle of Hatfield Chase Battle of Le Cateau Battle of Marston Moor Battle of Myton Battle of Passchendaele Battle of Seacroft Moor Battle of Stamford Bridge Battle of Talavera Battle of the Standard Battle of York (867) BBC BBC One beacon Beating the bounds Bede Bedfordshire Beeldenstorm beer Beeston, Leeds Beggarington Belgium Benedictines Benedict of York Benefit society Benjamin Gott Benjamin Henry Latrobe Bernicia Berry Brow Berwick-upon-Tweed Beverley Bible Biblical canon bicycle Bierley, West Yorkshire Bilsdale Bilton-in-Ainsty Binding of Isaac Bingley bird Birmingham bishop Bishop of Sodor and Man Bishops' Wars Bishopthorpe Bishopthorpe Palace blackface black hair Blake Morrison blast furnace Blenheim (1783 ship) blond Blood sport boarding school Board of guardians Bolling Hall, Bradford Bolsterstone Bonnell Thornton Book of Jeremiah Book of Numbers Book of Revelation Boroughbridge Borough of Harrogate Bow Church Bowes Bowhead whale Bradford Bradford Beck Bradford City A.F.C. Bradford City stadium fire Bradford Moor Barracks Bradford Observer Bramham, West Yorkshire Bramhope Bramhope Tunnel Bramley, Leeds Brandling of Newcastle Breastfeeding Bridgehouses railway station Bridlington Briggate Brighouse Brightside, Sheffield Britannia British Army British brass band British Empire British Expeditionary Force (World War I) broadside ballad Brockholes Brough Brough railway station Broughton, Lancashire brown hair Bull-baiting burglary Burial Burley in Wharfedale Burnley Burnsall butter Buxton Cadwallon ap Cadfan Caesarean section Calderdale Caledonia Calvinism Cambridge Cambridgeshire candle Candlemas cannon Capel Curig capital punishment Capture of Wakefield car Caracalla Carding Caribbean Sea Carleton-in-Craven carriage cart Cassius Dio Castel Sant'Angelo Castle Howard Catherine of Aragon Catholic Church cattle Cavalier cavalry Cawood Cawood Castle Celtic Christianity Celtic languages Celtic Revival charity (practice) Charles Allix Lavington Yate Charles Boyle, 3rd Viscount Dungarvan Charles Dickens Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Carlisle Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk Charles II of England Charles I of England Charles Lucas Charles Peace Charles Piazzi Smyth Charles Thackrah Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham Charlotte Corday Chartism Cheviot Hills chicken child Child Ballads childbirth child labour Child sexual abuse Christian Israelite Church Christianity Christianity in Anglo-Saxon England Christianization Christmas Christmas carol Christmas club church architecture Church of England Church of Scotland City of Leeds City of London Clayton, West Yorkshire Cleckheaton Cleveland (county) Cleveland, Yorkshire Cliffe, Selby Clifton, York Clothing industry coal Coal mining Cockfight Coifi Coke (fuel) Coldstream Guards Colley Cibber Colne comedy comedy (drama) comet Commedia dell'arte commerce Commonwealth of England Congregational church conscription Conservative Party (UK) Coriolanus Cornet Corn Laws Coronary artery disease Corruption Corruption in local government Cottage garden Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire Cottingley, Bradford cotton Cotton Gargrave Cotton wool County Durham court-martial Covenanters Coxwold Craven Croston crucible steel cruelty to animals Cruelty to Animals Act 1835 Cullingworth Cumbria Cuthbert cutlery Cutter (boat) cycling Cycling UK Dale Dike Reservoir Dalek dance David Garrick David Hartley (the Younger) David I of Scotland David Murray (Scottish businessman) Davis Strait death decapitation Deira Demi-culverin Demonym Denholme Denmark Derby Derbyshire Dewsbury Diarrhea Dies irae Digley Reservoir Diogenes Dishforth Dissolution of the monasteries Divine providence Divine retribution Dock (maritime) Doctor Who dog Dogcart Dog fighting doll Domesday Book Donald Sinclair (veterinary surgeon) Doncaster Doncaster Racecourse Double-entry bookkeeping Douglas Reynolds dressmaking Droving drowning Druid Druidry (modern) Dublin duck Duel Duke of Wellington's Regiment Dungworth Dutch Republic Eanflæd Early childhood Easington, North Yorkshire Easingwold East Bowling East Morton East Riding of Yorkshire Eastrington Eastrington railway station East York Militia Eaton Socon Eboracum Eccleshill, Bradford Ecgberht I of Northumbria Edmund Bunny Edmund Grindal Edmund Spenser education Edward Baines (1774–1848) Edward Baines (1800–1890) Edward Bromley Edward Bulwer-Lytton Edward Hall Edward II of England Edward IV of England Edward Montagu, 2nd Earl of Manchester Edward Talbot (bishop) Edward Young Edwin of Northumbria Effects of the car on societies egg Eighty Years' War Eldwick election electoral fraud Elizabeth I Elland Road Ellerburn Elmet Empress Matilda Enclosure engineering disasters England English Civil War English Dissenters English folklore English Football League English grammar English language English longbow Ephraim of Bonn Epilepsy Epsom Downs Racecourse Eric Cantona Erotica Erotic asphyxiation Eryholme Essex Euclid Euclidean geometry Eugene Aram Eugene Aram (novel) Evangelicalism Evangelism Exclusion Bill Parliament Factories Act 1847 Fakelore Familiar Farm (revenue leasing) Farndale Farnley, Leeds Farnley Hall, West Yorkshire Farsley Father Ted Feast of the Ascension February 29 Fenton, Murray and Jackson Ferdinando Fairfax, 2nd Lord Fairfax of Cameron Ferriby railway station Ferrybridge financial accounting fire First-foot First English Civil War First War of Scottish Independence fishing flagellation Flamborough Head Flanders flax flood Flores Historiarum folk music forced conversion Forest of Galtres Fortifications of Kingston upon Hull fossil Foster Powell Four Yorkshiremen sketch Fox hunting France Francis Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby of Parham Frank Oates François Rabelais fraud Frederick Luke Frederick William Holmes Freedom of the press French Army French language French Revolution French Revolutionary Wars Friendly society Frizinghall Fulford, North Yorkshire Fulneck Moravian Settlement funeral Fylingdales Gaetano Donizetti Gainsborough, Lincolnshire gambling Gargrave Gary McAllister Gayle, North Yorkshire General Post Office geography Geological Society of London George Arnald George Berkeley George Buchanan George Colebrooke George Colman the Elder George Edwin Ellison George Frideric Handel George Goring, Lord Goring George Hickes (divine) George Hudson George III George II of Great Britain George Lane-Fox (MP) George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle George Morland George Neville (bishop) George V George Whitefield Georgics Germany gibbet Gibraltar Gilberdyke Gilberdyke railway station girl Gisburn Giuseppe Verdi Glasgow GlaxoSmithKline Globe Glorious Revolution gluttony gold Gomersal Goodwood Racecourse Goole Gospel of Matthew Grantham Grassington Great Comet of 1680 Great Ejection Great Heathen Army Great Horton Great North Road (Great Britain) Great Pyramid of Giza Great Sheffield Flood Great Yarmouth Greenland Greenwich Gregorian mission Grenoside Grimsby Guisborough Gunpowder Plot Gustavus Adolphus Guy Fawkes Night Habeas Corpus Act 1679 Habeas Corpus Parliament Habeas Corpus Suspension Act 1794 Halifax, West Yorkshire Halloween Hamburg Hamlet hanging Hannah More Harden, West Yorkshire Harden Beck Harewood, West Yorkshire Harlequinade Harrogate Harrogate line Harthill, South Yorkshire Hatfield Chase Havell family Haworth hay Headingley Heaton, West Yorkshire Hedon Hemingbrough railway station Henge Henry Anderton (poet) Henry Berry Henry Bessemer Henry Broadley Henry Gates (MP) Henry IV, Part 2 Henry IV of England Henry Purcell Henry Redhead Yorke Henry VIII Heptonstall heritage railway hernia Heroic couplet Heslington Hessle Hexham Hierocles (Stoic) Highwayman Hilda of Whitby Hildoceras Hillsborough, Sheffield Historia Placitorum Coronæ history of the Jews in England History of the Scots Guards (1805–1913) History of Yorkshire HM Customs HM Excise HM Prison Leeds HMS Nonsuch (1774) HMSO HMS Redoubt (1793) HMS Swan (1767) hobby Hobelar Hogmanay Holbeck Holderness holiday Holinshed's Chronicles Holmbridge Holme Valley Holmfirth Holmfirth floods Holy Spirit Honour horse horse racing Horsforth railway station hot-air balloon House of Commons of the United Kingdom House of Neville Howard Wilkinson Howden Howden railway station Howley Hall Huddersfield Hugh Kelly (poet) Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke of Northumberland Hull and Selby Railway Hull Castle Hull City Council Hull Trinity House human hair color Humber humour Hundred (county division) hunger Hunslet hunting Huntingdonshire hymn Iambic pentameter Idle, West Yorkshire II Corps (United Kingdom) Ilkley Ilkley Moor Impressment Indo-European languages Industrial Revolution infant Infant mortality infection inquest intellectual disability Ireland Irish Catholics Irish Rebellion of 1641 iron Iron ore Ironside (cavalry) Isaac Isbrand van Diemerbroeck Italy Ivar the Boneless J. B. Priestley J. M. W. Turner Jacob Astley, 1st Baron Astley of Reading Jacobean era James Altham James Bardsley (priest) James Douglas, Lord of Douglas James Garth Marshall James Herriot James II of England James IV of Scotland James Montgomery (poet) James Silk Buckingham James Stephen (civil servant) James VI and I Jane Rogers (novelist) Jean Ritchie Jessica Duncan Piazzi Smyth Jesus jews Joanna Southcott Job Henry Charles Drain Joe Miller (actor) John Alured John Belasyse, 1st Baron Belasyse John Brown (industrialist) John Dyer John Fawcett (actor) John Fenwick (MP for Morpeth) John Fortescue (judge) John Gordon Smith (surgeon) John Gray (locomotive engineer) John Harrison (Leeds) John Hollingshead John Hotham (bishop) John Marshall (industrialist) John Milton John Nevison John Nicholson (poet) John of Beverley John Payne Collier John Philip Kemble John Rathbone (artist) John Richard Walbran John Rushworth John Skelton John Smeaton John Speed John Taylor (English publisher) John the Baptist John Timperley (civil engineer) John Ward (painter) John Wesley John Wood (Bradford manufacturer) John Wroe Josce of York Joseph Gales Sr. Joseph Livesey Joseph Prestwich Joseph Ritson Joseph Shepherd Munden Joseph Wright (linguist) Joshua Fawcett Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Ibbetson Keighley Kelham Island Quarter Kent killed in action King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Kingdom of England Kingdom of Gwynedd Kingdom of Scotland Kingston upon Hull Kirkby Malham Kirklees Kirklees Priory Kirkstall Knaresborough Knavesmire Knife making lace Lake District Lambert Doomer Lancashire Landed gentry Land law land reclamation landscape art Last of the Summer Wine law Lawrence Oates lawyer Laying on of hands Lay preacher Leap Year Leeds Leeds and Liverpool Canal Leeds and Selby Railway Leeds City Council Leeds City Museum Leeds General Infirmary Leeds Kirkgate Market Leeds Marsh Lane railway station Leeds Mercury Leeds Minster Leeds Northern Railway Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society Leeds United F.C. Leeds Zoological and Botanical Gardens Legal Quays Legard baronets Levellers Lewis Dyve Libellus de exordio Liberal Party (UK) Light cavalry limestone Lincoln Lincoln, England Lincoln City F.C. Lincolnshire Lindisfarne linen Linton, North Yorkshire Litter (vehicle) Littleborough, Greater Manchester Little John Little Weighton Liverpool livestock loan Loftus, North Yorkshire Loiner London Longevity claims Long Marston, North Yorkshire Long Parliament Lord-lieutenant Lord Robert Manners (British Army officer, died 1782) Louis-Antoine Jullien Lowick, Cumbria Loxley, South Yorkshire Luftwaffe Lydgate, Greater Manchester Macbeth Maeatae magic (supernatural) Magnesium sulfate Malin Bridge Malkin Tower Maltby, South Yorkshire Manchester Manningham, Bradford Mansfield marketplace Market Weighton Mark Hateley Marmion (poem) Marshall's Mill Mary, mother of Jesus Mary Bateman Mary Queen of Scots massacre mathematics mathematics education Matthew Murray Meanwood Measles measurement medical jurisprudence medication Mediterranean Sea Mercia Mercury(II) chloride Merry England Messiah (Handel) Messianism metaphor Methodism Michael Ettmüller Michael Kelly (tenor) Michaelmas Micklegate Middlesbrough and Guisborough Railway Middleton, Leeds Middleton Park Middleton Railway military of Scotland military tradition militia Mill Hill Chapel Ministers and elders of the Church of Scotland Misogyny mohair Mons Month's mind Monty Python Moor Road railway station Moravian Church Morecambe Morpeth, Northumberland Morris dance Mosborough Mossley Mother Hubberd's Tale Mountjoy Blount, 1st Earl of Newport Mulgrave Castle murder music Music competition Muteness Myocardial infarction Myth Myton-on-Swale Napoleon Napoleon's planned invasion of the United Kingdom Napoleonic Wars Narrative poetry National Covenant navigation Neepsend Neolithic Neolithic British Isles Neolithic Europe Netherlands Nether Poppleton Newark-on-Trent Newcastle upon Tyne New Inn (Temple) Newmarket Racecourse newspaper New Testament New Year's Day Nicholas Rowe (writer) Nonconformist (Protestantism) Nord (French department) Nord-Pas-de-Calais Norfolk Norman Conquest Normandy Northallerton North Carolina Northern Circuit North Ferriby Northowram North Riding of Yorkshire Northumberland Northumbria North York Moors North Yorkshire Norway nostalgia Notes and Queries Nottamun Town Nottinghamshire novel Nunthorpe Oak Apple Day Obesity Occupational sexism Old English Old Norse Old Testament Oliver Cromwell Oliver Heywood (minister) omen opera Ophicleide Ordination Osberht of Northumbria Otley Oughtibridge Outwood, Wakefield Overtone singing Owlerton Painthorpe Pantomime Parliament of England Parliament of Great Britain Patent theatre paternalism Paulinus of York Paul the Apostle Pavement (York) pedestrian Pediatrics Penda of Mercia Pendle witches Peninsular War Penistone Pennines penny-farthing Penny Hedge Pepys Library Percy (play) Performance art Peru Peter Bellamy Peter Sutcliffe philology picaresque pig plaster Play for Today Poaching Pocklington poetry poisoning police political corruption Pontefract Pontefract Castle Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 Poor relief Pope Boniface IV Pope Gregory I Pope Pius V popular culture Popular sovereignty population growth Portland cement Port of Hull Port of Liverpool prayer Prayer beads Premier League Presbyterianism Presbyterian polity Preterm birth Prince Rupert of the Rhine prison Prisons Act 1835 profanity protectionism Protection racket Protestantism proverb Psalm 68 Psalms Pudsey pulpit Puritans Pyramid inch Pyramidology Quackery Quakers quarry Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) racing Radicalism (historical) Radicals (UK) rail transport rain Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland Ralph Thoresby Rangers F.C. Ranter rape Raphael Holinshed rationalism Rebecca Riots Redcar red hair Relatio de Standardo Religious ecstasy Requiem reservoir Resurrection revelation Ribble Valley Richard Beckett (cricketer) Richard Gough Richard Henry Horne Richard I of England Richard Oastler Richard Scrope (bishop) Richmond Richmond, London Richmond, North Yorkshire Richmond Hill, Leeds Richmondshire Rights of Man riot Riot Act Ripley, North Yorkshire Ripon Rising of the North River Aire River Calder, West Yorkshire River Dee, Wales River Derwent, Yorkshire River Don, Yorkshire River Esk River Glen, Northumberland River Holme River Hull River Nidd River Ouse, Yorkshire River Swale River Ure River Wharfe Robert Dennis Chantrell Robert Dodsley Robert Eadon Leader Robert of Knaresborough Robert Pounder Robin Hood Rochdale ROF Leeds Roger of Wendover Roman Britain romance (love) Roman cement Romani people Romanticism Romantic literature in English Rombalds Moor Rome Rood screen Rotherham Rothwell, West Yorkshire Roundhead Roxburghe Ballads Royal Commission of Inquiry into Children's Employment Royal forest Royal Navy Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Royston, South Yorkshire running Ryedale Rylstone Rædwald of East Anglia Sabine Baring-Gould Sacramental bread Saddleworth Sailing ship Saint Peter Salamanca (locomotive) salt Saltaire Salts Mill Samlesbury witches Sandal Castle Sandal Magna Sandsend Sarah Siddons Savile Finch saving Saxhorn Scandinavian York Scarborough, North Yorkshire Scorton, North Yorkshire Scorton Arrow Scotland Scotland's Burning Scots Guards Scottish folklore Sculcoates Scurvy scythe Second Anglo-Dutch War Second Battle of Porto Second English Civil War Selby Selby railway station Semerwater sentimental ballad Septimius Severus Settle, North Yorkshire Seven Years' War sex Shale Sharow sheep Sheffield Sheffield Iris Sheffield Telegraph Shekhinah Sheriff of Yorkshire Shetland Shipley Shipley, West Yorkshire Shipton, North Yorkshire Shire oak Shire Oak (Headingley) shooting Shropshire Siege of Alexandria Siege of Colchester Siege of Hull (1642) silver Sir George Savile, 8th Baronet Sir Henry Slingsby, 1st Baronet Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet Sir John Reresby, 2nd Baronet Sir William Savile, 3rd Baronet Sixpence (British coin) Skipping-rope rhyme Skipton Skyrack slavery sled Slum clearance in the United Kingdom Smallpox Society for Constitutional Information Society of Archers song Soul cake South Yorkshire Sowerby, West Yorkshire Spain Spanish Empire Spanish treasure fleet spa town speed record Spence Broughton Spinning (textiles) sport of athletics Springhead, Greater Manchester St. Martin's Day Stalybridge Stamford, Lincolnshire Stanley Cotterell Stanningley Stannington, Sheffield stationery Steam engine steel steel mill Stefano della Bella Stephen of England Sterilization (microbiology) Stilton St John the Evangelist's Church, Leeds St Leger Stakes St Mary's Abbey, York Stocksbridge Stonehenge Straits of Gibraltar Street children St Robert's Cave and Chapel of the Holy Cross Stroke Stuart Restoration Studley Royal Park suicide Sun Sunderland superstition surveying Sutton-on-the-Forest Swaledale Swarcliffe Sweden Symeon of Durham Tadcaster Tagus Talavera de la Reina Tale of Ragnar's Sons Tar water Tate Wilkinson Tax evasion tea teacher telegraphy television television play Temperance movement Temptation of Christ textile manufacturing The Adventures of Robin Hood The Anarchy theatre The Battle of the Boyne (painting) The Blitz The Clandestine Marriage The Costume of Yorkshire The English Dialect Dictionary The Flying Dutchman (horse) theft The Good Companions The Great Match (horse race) The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield The Provoked Husband The Ready and Easy Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth The Theatre, Leeds The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure The Watersons The Wonderfull Discoverie of Witches in the Countie of Lancaster Thing (assembly) Third Crusade Thirsk Thirty Years' War Thomas Bardolf, 5th Baron Bardolf Thomas Chaloner (courtier) Thomas Dacre, 2nd Baron Dacre Thomas de Mowbray, 4th Earl of Norfolk Thomas Dunham Whitaker Thomas Fairfax Thomas Gargrave Thomas Glemham Thomas Hood Thomas Paine Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray Thomas Swindlehurst (drunkard) Thongsbridge Thornton, West Yorkshire Thrybergh Thurstan Titus Salt toast Tockwith Todmorden Toll road Tong (ward) tongue Tontine Tony Harrison Tories (British political party) tourism Town and Country Magazine trade Traditional medicine trance treason trigonometry Troutbeck, South Lakeland Tumulus Ubba UEFA Champions League Ultra-Tories United States University of Cambridge Urban renewal urban sprawl Valley Parade veterinarian Vickers Victoria Cross Victorian fashion Viking Age Viking expansion Vikings Vikings (2013 TV series) Vincenzo Bellini Virgil Vision (spirituality) Visual impairment Voltaire Voltigeur (horse) Voluntary euthanasia Wagonway Wakefield Wales walking Wall of death Wallonia Walter Mildmay Walter Scott Walter Smith Warmfield cum Heath War of the League of Cambrai War of the Third Coalition Wars of the Roses Wars of the Three Kingdoms wassailing water Water resources law Water right Wath upon Dearne Weaving wedding Wenceslaus Hollar Wensleydale Wensleydale cheese Western Front (World War I) West Indies Westmorland West Riding of Yorkshire West Yorkshire Wetherby whale Whaler Whaling in the United Kingdom Wharfedale Wharncliffe Side Whigs (British political party) whisky Whitby Whitby Abbey Whitby Gazette Whitby Museum White privilege Whit Monday Whitsun Wibsey Wilberfoss Wildlife Wilfrid will and testament William Aislabie (1700–1781) William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle William Cobbett William Fairfax (soldier) William Ferrand William Gascoigne William Harbutt Dawson William Henry Leatham William Henry Pyne William Hogarth William Hone William III of England William Marwood William Melton William of Newburgh William Pitt the Younger William Ponsonby (publisher) William Shakespeare William Wilberforce Will Scarlet Wilsden wine witch-hunt witchcraft Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wood Woodhouse Moor wool work accident Workhouse World War I World War II worsted Wortley, Leeds Wortley, South Yorkshire Wrenthorpe writing Yarm Yarm Methodist Church Yeadon, West Yorkshire Yeavering Yom Tov of Joigny York York and Lancaster Regiment York Castle York city walls York Minster York Oratory York Racecourse Yorkshire Yorkshire Dales Yorkshire dialect Zenobia (play) Ælla of Northumbria Æthelburh of Kent Æthelfrith Ímar



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