NORTH EAST POPULAR POLITICS PROJECT: Database and Topic List

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This is the list of topic files loaded up onto the database as at the end of 2019. You can access the actual database by clicking on the blue box. To understand how to use the database please start by reading Topic 1: Introduction. This Topic is actually on the database, and you can access it by going to the database (see below). Under “Change Search Criteria” look for “1” in “Topic ID”.

DATABASE TOPIC LIST

The Topics include ones created during and after the North East Labour History North East Popular Politics Project (2010-13) and includes Topics created during the 2007 Tyne & Wear Remembering Slavery Project and afterwards by the North East Slavery & Abolition Group.

1          Introduction

2          Project Topic Nos 1-299

3          Project Topic Nos 300ff

4          Project Topic list 4

5          Local Petitioning 1788-1793

6          Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1788

7          Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1789-91

8          –

9          Petitions to Newcastle Common Council

10        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council

11        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1794-95

12        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1796-7

13        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1796-97

14        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1807-08

15        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1815

16        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1819-21

17        Petitions to Newcastle Common Council 1822-23

18        North Shields & North Tyneside -Introductory Notes

19        North Shields & North Tyneside Quakers & Anti-Slavery -An Introduction

20        North Shields Local Studies Catalogue Listing

21        South Shields Local Studies Catalogue Listing

22        South Shields: Past, Present & Future -Thomas Salmon

23        Havelock’s Local Records of Northern England

24        Havelock’s Local Records of Northern England January 1885

25        Northern John Bull 1829

26        Wawn Family

27        Darlington Introduction

28        Darlington Historical Information

29        Darlington. The Importance of the Quakers

30        Darlington Slavery and Abolition

31        Darlington Black Residents

32        Darlington Local Studies Catalogue Listing

33        Darlington Women’s History

34        Darlington Strikes

35        Darlington Trade Unions 1897-1902

36        Darlington People & Organisations 1897-1905 & 1915

37        Darlington Labour News 1920s

38        Darlington Labour Representation Committee 1903

39        Darlington Women’s Meeting 1880

40        A Miner’s         Conversion to Socialism

41        Tyneside Wool Workers and Their Processions

42        Bill Quay and Pelaw Labour Party 1926

43        Northern Tribune 1854-5 An Introduction

44        A History of Coxhoe

45        Bewicke Main. The Colliery Village which disappeared

46        Notes on the History of Bearpark

47        Quaker Meeting Houses and Burial Grounds

48        Newcastle’s Increased Death Rate 1889

49        The 18th Century Electorate

50        Towards a Popular Politics History of Aycliffe

51        Towards a Popular Politics History of Pegswood

52        The Protestant Association

53        Developing Moral and Social Capital in the North East -the contribution of abolitionists

54        The Politics of Landscape and Environment in the North East

55        Anna & Henry Richardson Newcastle Quaker Anti-slavery, Peace and Animal Rights journalism

56        Reflections on ”The Black Indies’ -the North East and Slavery and Abolition

57        Pandon Dene: A Sylvan Retreat for Strolling Lovers

58        Burials, Funerals and Cemeteries

59        Public Health of Tyne and Wear

60        Public Health Archives at Tyne & Wear Archives

61        The Effect of Cholera in the North East

62        Newcastle Medical Officer of Health Annual Reports 1873-1877

63        Newcastle Streets Act 1874

64-72   Newcastle Medical Officer of Health Reports

73        Radical Press Reports on North East 1831 to 1834

74        Sunderland Introduction

75        Sunderland Miscellaneous Notes

76        Sunderland’s Links with the American and West Indian Colonies

77        Sunderland Involvements in the Slavery Business and the campaigns to abolish it

78        The Thornhills

79        James Stanfield

80        The Ettricks

81        The Michael Longridges

82        Sunderland and the French Revolution and Wars

83        Sunderland Politics and Civil Society 1820s

84        Economic Problems from 1815

85        Religion in Sunderland

86        Sunderland Chartism

87        Sunderland’s Industries

88        Dr Charles Duncan O’Neal

89        Sunderland Between the Wars

90        Towards a Cultural Life of Sunderland

91        Houghton-le-Spring Some Notes

92        Sunderland Local Studies Listing

93        Sunderland Card Index Listing

94        Lilburne Collection 1 Gateshead, Newcastle

95        Lilburne Collection 2 Gateshead, Newcastle

96        Lilburne Collection Political Litany 1817

97        Lilburne Collection 3 General

98        Lilburne Collection 4 General

99        Lilburne Collection Durham.

100      Lilburne Collection Miscellaneous

101      Sunderland Shipping Issues.

102      Sunderland Education and Health

103      Sunderland Local Pamphlets Miscellaneous

104      Sunderland Benevolent Societies and Unions

105      Sunderland Transport and Health

106      Sunderland Cultural Associations

107      Sunderland Literature

108      Hudson’s Worth

109      Sunderland Religious Tracts 1

110      Sunderland Religious Tracts 2

111      Sunderland Religious Tracts 3

112      Sunderland Year Book 1902

113      Sunderland Year Book 1903

114      Sunderland Year Book 1904

115      Sunderland Year Book 1905

116      Sunderland Year Book 1906

117      Sunderland Year Book 1907

118      Sunderland Year Book 1908

119      Sunderland Year Book 1909

120      Sunderland Year Book 1910

121      Sunderland District Tract

122      History of the Assembly Garth & Trafalgar Square Seaman’s Houses

123      Sunderland Herald 1830s

124      Sunderland Herald 1840-1849

125      Sunderland Echo 1910-1919

126      Berwick & District Framework

127      Berwick Record Office Catalogue

128      Berwick Record Office Oral History Catalogue

129      Berwick Shipping information

130      Northumberland Presbyterians and anti-slavery

131      Berwick United Association Congregational Society of Church St

132      Berwick Advertiser Notices

133      Berwick & Women’s Suffrage newspaper coverage

134      Gateshead Local Studies Introduction

135      Gateshead Local Studies catalogue listing: general items

136      Gateshead Local Studies Catalogue Listing Tracts and Pamphlets Volumes

137      Anderson Tracts

138      Gateshead Pamphlets

139      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1864-1944

140      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1883-1901

141      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1902-1912

142      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1914-1922

143      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1931 –1933

144      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1936 –1938

145      Gateshead Newspaper Cuttings 1938 –1939

146      Gateshead Religious Tracts

147      Oxberry Gateshead Notes

148      Oxberry Gateshead Scraps

149      Industrial Unionism and the Mining Industry 1917

150      Capitalism in the Northern Coalfield 1918

151      Blaydon Courier 1921

152      Workers Searchlight 1926

153      Tom Marshall Collection Newspapers

154      International Socialist Education

155      Miners Advocate and Record January –June 1873

156      Tom Marshall Collection Boxes Listing

157      Tom Marshall Collection Soup Kitchens

158      Tom Marshall Collection Birtley

159      Tom Marshall Collection ‘Women’s Football’

160      Tom Marshall Collection: Women and Work in WW1

161      Tom Marshall Collection: Women at Work in WW1 and Women’s Football

162      Miners Advocate and Record July to November 1873

163      Chester le Street Chronicle & District Advertiser 1913

164      The Stanley News January to February 1920

165      Durham Chronicle and County Gazette January to February 1913

166      Durham County Record Office –Introduction

167      Durham Slavery & Abolition to 1807

168      Durham Slavery & Abolition from 1808

169      Durham Anti-Slavery Meeting 4 July 1814

170      Durham Co-operation

171      Bishop Auckland Co-operative Society

172      Durham Labour & Socialism

173      Hebburn Labour Party & Trades Council Minutes 1929-1934

174      Jarrow and Hebburn Labour Party & Trades Council Minutes 1924-1929

175      Newcastle Labour Party 1918-1919

176      Newcastle Labour Party 1919 –1920

177      Washington Labour News election publication 1923

178      Emmie Lawther: Labour Activist: A Tribute

179      Durham Trade Unionism

180      Durham Amalgamated Society of Carpenters & Joiners 1912-1923

181      Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers 1935 -1947

182      Anderston Foundry Wages Agreements 1922 –1951

183      Anderston Foundry Employer and Worker Relations on Wages 1925 to 1942

184      Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers Crook Branch, 1947-1954

185      Barnard Castle Association of Cotton Weavers 1810-20

186      Association of Cotton Weavers 1810-1820

187      Marsden Lodge Minute Books December 1909-November 1910

188      Marsden Lodge Minute Books December 1911-August 1912

189      Marsden Lodge Minute Books September 1912-June 1913

190      Marsden Lodge Minute Books June 1913-March 1914

191      Marsden Lodge Minute Books March-December 1914

192      Marsden Lodge Minute Books Nov 1916-September 1917

193      Marsden Lodge Minute Books October 6 1917-July 1918

194      Marsden Lodge Minute Books 29 November 1919-29 August 1920

195      Marsden Miners Lodge Minute Books September 2 1920-May 5 1921

196      Durham Miners Association Sam Watson Papers Boxes 1 -19

197      Durham Miners Association Sam Watson Papers Boxes 20-39

198      Durham Miners Association Sam Watson Papers Boxes 40-50

199      Stonemens Minute Book September 1909-July 1912

200      Chester-le-Street National Union of Teachers Minutes 12 November 1912-23 September 1920

201      Stonemasons in Gainsford, Stockton Lodge Rules 1872

202      North Hetton Pitmen –Address to The Public 1832

203      North Eastern Labour College 1924-51

204      Durham Politics & Economy 1609-1799

205      Stockton Food Riot 1740

206      North Eastern Labour College Classes 1924-25

207      Durham and District Labour College 1928 to 1929 & 1930

208      Durham Politics & Economy 1800 –1839

209      Poor Law Examinations 1812-1830

210      Durham Coalfield Unrest 1839

211      Durham Politics and Economy 1840 to 1899

212      Anderston Foundry Company

213      Durham Politics and Economy 1900ff

214      Durham Civil Society Organisations

215      Durham Religious Organisations and Affairs

216      Shotton Family Papers

217      Durham Women

218      Lord Londonderry and Politics in Durham 1838

219      Lord Londonderry and Ireland 1847 & 1848

220      Lord Londonderry Affairs 1797-1857

221      Policing Durham 1842 to 1844

222      Policing Durham’s Mining Communities during the 1844 Miners Strike

223      The Peases

224      Newcastle Manhood Suffrage Demonstration 1873

225      The Anti Butcher Meat Agitation in the Colliery Districts June 1872

226      Literary & Philosophical Society Introduction

227      Newcastle General Magazine 1748-1760

228      English Revolution Period

229      The Northern Discovery 1641

230      Newcastle Corporation Minutes 1645-56

231      Biography

232      The Unfortunate William Moraley

233      James Losh (1762-1833)

234      William Turner

235      Mary & William Howitt

236      Edward Pease’s Diaries

237      Harriett Martineau

238      Robert Spence Watson

239      Slavery & Abolition

240      Newcastle Chronicle 1779, 1782, 1794

241      House of Commons Debates and Speeches on Slave Trade Abolition 1789 and 1792

242      Clarkson’s Abolition of the Slave Trade

243      Anti-Jacobin Review 1803-1813

244      The Philanthropist 1818ff

245      Anti-slavery Poems 1807-1815

246      George Thompson Speech Newcastle 1838

247      Charles Sumner’s Visits to Britain

248      Religious Organisations & Affairs

249      The Quaker Lloyds

250      Society of Friends in Newcastle & Gateshead 1653 –1898

251      The Quakers: Money & Morals

252      American Quakers Later History

253      Radicalism 1770s

254      Politics in French Revolution and Wars

255      Observations on the present war 1794

256      Durham City Election 1800

257      Durham Elections 1802

258      William Hails Poems

259      Elections 1826

260      Northumberland Election Summer 1826

261      Northumberland Elections 1826 –the Catholic Question

262      Politics & Elections 1830-1834

263      Northumberland Elections 1830-32

264      Northumberland Elections 1831

265      South Northumberland Election 1832

266      Meetings Re-Earl Grey’s Retirement 1834

267      Durham Elections 1837 and 1843

268      Northumberland Election 1852

269      Civic Society & Culture

270      Madame Tussaud’s Exhibition Durham 1827

271      Newcastle Literary & Philosophical Society Library Room Tracts Vols 1-99

272      Newcastle Literary & Philosophical Society Library Room Tracts Vols 100-199

273      Newcastle Literary & Philosophical Society Library Room Tracts Vols 200-299

274      Newcastle Literary & Philosophical Society Library Room Tracts Vols 300-399

275      Newcastle Literary & Philosophical Society Library Room Tracts Vols 400-513

276      Hodgson Family Papers Introduction & Listing

277      Personal Papers of the Hodgson Family, 1778-1878

278      Correspondence of the Hodgson Family 1775-1809

279      Hodgson Family Correspondence 1779-1899

280      Letters to and from James Hodgson c.1822-1866

281      Hodgson Family Correspondence 1779-1899

282      Financial Records of The Hodgson Family

283      Financial Records of The Hodgson Family

284      Hodgson Family Miscellaneous

285      Hodgson Family Notes on local poetry, poets and sermons

286      Hodgson Family Notes on Newcastle Water Supply

287      Hodgson Wills and Property Details

288      Thomas Slack Printer & Founder of the Newcastle Chronicle 1732-1784

289      Newcastle Central Library Introduction

290      Agriculture Card Catalogue

291      Co-operatives & Other Working Class Societies

292      Culture 1

293      Culture 2

294      Education

295      Miners & Mining

296      Politics & Elections

297      Social Action & Welfare

298      Seymour Bell Miscellaneous Properties

299      Seymour Bell Pandon Dene

300      Seymour Bell Pubs & Inns

301      Seymour Bell Shieldfield

302      Newcastle Evening Chronicle 1911 –to be added

303      Biographies –Tracts

304      Eminent Old Boys of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School –1

305      Eminent Old Boys of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School –2

306      Theological Tracts

307      Lectures & Addresses Tracts

308      Sermons & Addresses Tracts

309      Law, Trials & Capital Punishment Tracts

310      Songs & Poetry Tracts

311      Tales, Romances & Drama Tracts

312      Theological Tracts -2

313      Arts & Science Tracts

314      Northumberland & Durham Tracts

315      Political Tracts

316      Miscellaneous Tracts -1

317      Schools, Libraries & Debating Societies Tracts

318      Miscellaneous Tracts -2

319      Miscellaneous Tracts -3 inc Politics & Socialism

320      Miscellaneous Tracts -4

321      Temperance Tracts

322      Miscellaneous Tracts –5

323      Protestant Association

324      Theological Tracts –2

325      Advice of preserving peace, liberty and property 1792

326      Lecture on the Romish Priesthood 1852

327      Hoarding of corn and meat 1795

328      History of Newcastle Teetotalism to 1885

329      Durham Election 1833: Mr Pease’s speeches

330      United Society of Boiler-makers and Iron Ship Builders Rules and Regulations 1834 revised 1880

331      Prosecution of Rev Thomas Hill 1819-23

332      Newcastle Printers’ Benefit Society 1797 –1897

333      Peterloo and Its Aftermath 1819-1820

334      The White Hat 1819

335      Propagation of the Gospel Meeting 1827

336      Threat to Disestablishment of the Church of England 1885

337      Miscellaneous Tracts 6

338      Poetry Tracts

339      The Bishop’s Raid and Other Poems

340      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Fell Poem 1824

341      Miscellaneous Tracts 7 incThomas Doubleday

342      Writings of William Martin, “Christian Philosopher”, 1836-1848

343      Miscellaneous Tracts 7

344      Sermons incmany Political

345      Hexham Revolt 1761

346      RevJohn Bailie’s sermon on the Death of the Papacy 1798

347      Rev Gellatly on Wars and Rumours of Wars 1807

348      Speeches, lectures, addresses Tracts1779-1879

349A    ntiquities, heraldry etcTracts 1822-1879

350      History Tracts, uncivilWar

351      Coal Trade Tracts

352      John Buddle on the State of the Coal Trade 1829

353      Pitmen’s Grievances 1825

354      John Buddle on Ventilation of Coal Mines

355      The State of the Coal Trade 1836?

356      Observations on the duty on sea-borne coal 1831

357      Colliery explosions and disasters 1835-1882

358      Haswell Colliery Explosion 1844

359      Newcastle Town Affairs 1809-1887

360      Newcastle Local Studies Local Tracts Listing Vols Dy 30 –131

361      Queen Caroline Affair 1820-21

362      River Tyne Issues

363      Politics 1794 –1894

364      Response to Peterloo in Manchester August 1819

365      Bishop Toby’s Pilgrimage 1832

366      Banks and Banking

367      Cemeteries and Tolls

368      Westgate Hill Cemetery

369      Sketches of Oldminster: the ‘chares’ of Newcastle and their inhabitants 1858

370      A Case under the Thorough Toll of Newcastle upon Tyne –Salted Pork or Bacon? 1878

371      The Thorough Toll of Newcastle upon Tyne Grievance and Injustice 1878

372      History of the Carliol Tower, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1879

373      Education Issues

374      Miscellaneous Tracts –8

375      Church Congress Annual Meeting, Newcastle, 1881

376      North Shields & Tynemouth Affairs

377      Liberal Society of Tradesmen 1818

378      Miscellaneous Tracts –9

379      Rev. HenryPhillpotts on John Ambrose Williams’ trial 1823

380      Advice to the lower ranks of society 1803

381      English Civil War

382      1807 Northumberland Election

383      Grain Hoarding 1740

384      Frenchmen in Newcastle in the 18th Century -Jean Paul Marat

385      Newcastle and the Puritan Revolution

386      Henry Kerr & Health in Newcastle 1916

387      Infectious Diseases in Newcastle 1888

388 Local Broadsides c1815 –1855

389      Northumberland Collections Introduction

390      Thomas George Armstrong Papers

391      Eddie Milne, Ivor Richards & the Blyth Election 1974

392      Blyth 1974 Election Conservative Party Leaflet

393      Blyth 1974 Return Eddie Milne Leaflet

394      Blyth 1974 Election Labour & Eddie Milne -The Facts

395      Blyth 1974 Election -John Shipley Liberal

396      Culture, Clothing & Fashion

397      Enclosure awards Northumberland 1787 –1893

398 Dan Dawson and Wansbeck & Newburn Labour Parties 1917-1959

399      Labour Movement Publications 1889 -1968

400      Family & Estate Papers Allgood to Errrington

401      Blackett Family

402      Tynemouth Election Posters 1857

403      Family & Estate Papers Fenwick to Wallington

404      Apprenticeship Indentures pre 1800

405      Apprenticeship Indentures 1800 -1849

406      Apprenticeship Indentures 1850 –1914

407      1926 General Strike Newspapers

408      Josephine Butler Letters & Diaries

409      Josephine Butler Pamphlets & Ephemera

410      Northumberland Collections General Listing 1

411      Northumberland Collections General Listing 2

412      Newcastle Newspaper Cuttings 1842-47

413      Northumberland Elections 1818 & 1820

414      Northumberland Election 1826

415      Northumberland Miners Union Records

416      Northumberland Miners’ Minutes 1899

417      Northumberland Miners’ Minutes 1900

418      Northumberland Miners’ Minutes 1901

419      Northumberland Miners Records 1917 -1920

420      Northumberland NUM 1971

421      Woodhorn Colliery NUM 1972-74

422      Northumberland NUM 1976

423      Northumberland NUM 1980

424      Northumberland NUM 1985

425      Northumberland Collections Print Catalogue Listing Vols 1 &2

426      Northumberland Collections Print Catalogue Listing Vols 3 & 4

427      Northumberland Collections Print Catalogue Listing Vols 5 & 6

428      Northumberland Collections Print Catalogue Listing Vols 7 –9

429      Northumberland Collections Print Catalogue Listing Vols 10 –13

430      Rev. Robert Trotter of Morpeth

431      Ruskin College Scholarships 1906-8

432      Society of Antiquarians of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Collections

433      Thomas Burt’s Election to Parliament Poem

434      Thomas Burt Memorial Hall Opening 1898 Poem

435      Dr Tripplet’s Charity

436      Oral History Interviews Introduction

437      Leah Interview

438      MM Interview -part 1 Women’s Liberation Conference and Benwell Law Centre

439      MM Interview -part 2 Greenham Common Peace Camp

440      Carole Bell Interview -Meadow Well Estate

441      Pat Buttle Interview -Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers

442      David Connolly Interview -The Cooperative Movement in the North-East since 1970s

443      John Creaby Interview -Growing Up in Gateshead

444      Mandy English (Jones) Interview -Campaign to change thelaw on secondary murder

445      Kevin Flynn Interview –Radical Politics in the 1970s (WRP & GMB)

446      Steve Grinter Interview -Radical Politics in the 1970s (IMG)

447      Doris Hutchinson Interview -Early Life in Darlington 1930s

448      Sandy Irving Interview -Radical Left Politics in the North East in the 1970s (IS)

449      Thea Khamis Interview -Growing up and Labour in Stanley

450      Joan Lamb Interview -Newcastle Co-operation & Labour

451      Peter Latham Interview – Community and Political Action in Newcastle

452      Carol Lewellyn Interview -Training to be a Nurse in 1970s

453      Bob Murdoch Interview -Growing up in Scotland & Trade Unionism in Newcastle

454      Bala Nair Interview -Co-operation & Labour -An Indian Perspective

455      Amanda Normand Interview – Meadowell Community Action

456      Sheila Smiles Interview -Community Action in Cullercoats

457      Mary Stratford Interview -Role of Women in Labour Party and 1984-5 Miners’ Strike

458      Celia Sumner Interview -Co-operative Women’s Guild

459      Margaret Tweedie Interview -Co-operation & Community Action in Scotswood

460      Tyne & Wear Archives Introduction

461      TWA ACC Vol 1

462      TWA ACC listing Vols 2 & 3

463      TWA Vol 4

464      TWA ACC Vol 5

465      TWA AC C Vol 6

466      TWA ACC Vols 7 –8

467      TWA ACC Vol 9

468 TWA ACC Listing Vols 10& 11

469      TWA ACC Listing Vols 12 & 13

470      TWA ACC Listing Vols14–18

471      TWA ACC Vols 19 & 20

472      TWA ACC Vols 21-24

473      TWA ACC Listing Vols 25 & 26

474      TWA ACC Listing Vols 27 & 28

475      TWA ACC Vol 29

476      TWA ACC Vol 30

477      TWA ACC Vol 31 & 32

478      TWA ACC Vol 33

479      TWA Temporary Vols 1-3 Listings

480      TWA Vol T4 Listing

481      TWA Vol T5 Listing

482      TWA Alphabetical Collection Volumes A-D Listing

483      TWA Alphabetical Collection Volumes Eff Listing

484      Political Posters c1830 –1946

485      Bramble Papers

486      Chartism

487      Co-operatives

488      Thomas Dixon Part 1

489      Thomas Dixon Part 2

490      Ephemera

491      Friendly Societies & Civil Society Organisations

492      Labour Movement

493      Sir Arthur Oliver Maule Collection.

494      Quarter Sessions and the Role of Magistrates

495      The Plebs League, Labour Colleges and Working Class Education in the North East 1900-1940

496      Thomas Wilson Collections Introduction

497      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vol 1 1738-1824

498      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vol 5 1835-1836

499      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vols 6, 7 & 9 1836-1843

500      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vol 12 1847-1851

501      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 1 Introduction & Items 1-20

502      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 1 Items 21-55 1822-1824

503      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 56-84 1824-1828

504      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 85-124 1828-1831

505      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 125-167 1831-1832

506      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 168-213 1831-1832

507      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 214-269 1832-1833

508      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 270-306 1833

509      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 2 1834 – 1837

510      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 3 1837 -1840 To be added

511      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 41 1841-1843

512      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vol 41841-1843 Elections

513      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Collection Vols 5 & 6 1844-1850

514      Thomas Wilson Gateshead Fell Collection 1799-1850

515      Thomas Wilson Memorandum Books 1819-1853

516      Thomas Wilson Communications 1795-1857

517      Thomas Wilson: ‘The Pitman’s Pay and Other Poems’

518      Gateshead Observer 1838

519      Newcastle Courant 1838

520      Newcastle Journal 1838

521      Gateshead Observer 1839

522      Newcastle Journal 1839

523      Robinson Library Special Collections –Introduction

524      Writings on Africa

525      Writings on the Americas

526      Writings on Political, Religious and Local Affairs 1747-1943

527      Writings on Slavery, Anti-Slavery and the West Indies

528      South Sea Company

529      Edward Thompson’s Sailors Letters 1754 –1759

530      18thC Collection

531      1801-1850 Collection

532      John and Thomas Bell Collection

533      Clarke Collection

534      Cowen Tracts

535      Friends Collection

536      Grey Tracts –Slavery and Anti-Slavery

537      The Trevelyans – Introduction & Listing

538      The Trevelyans and Grenada Slave Ownership

539      C P Trevelyan – Poverty, Religion and Education

540      Sir Walter Claverley Trevelyan (1797-1879) Papers

541      Spence Watson Papers 1833-1946

542      White Collection

543      Northumberland Elections 1826

544      Women’s Dreadnaught 1916

545      Woodhorn Colliery Union Branch 1919

546      Woodhorn Colliery NUM 1972-74

547      Coal Strike 1984-85 Area Strike Committee

548      Durham Chronicle 1871

549      Miscellaneous 1803-1952

550      Ashington Miners Federation Branch 1926 –1927

551      NUM Northumberland Executive 1977 & 1978

552      NUM Northumberland Executive 1979 & 1980

553      Seaton Devalel Miners 1972

535      Newcastle Courant 1839

555      Newcastle Daily Chronicle January 1910

556      Newcastle Daily Chronicle February 1910

557      Newcastle Daily Chronicle March 1910

558      Newcastle Daily Chronicle April 1910

559      Newcastle Daily Chronicle May 1910

560      The Newcastle Daily Chronicle March 1911

561      The Newcastle Daily Chronicle April 1911

562      The Newcastle Daily Chronicle November 1911

563      The Newcastle Daily Chronicle December 1911

564      Northumberland Miners’ Minutes 1911

565      Northumberland Miners’ Mutual Confidence Association Minute 1919

566      Northumberland Miners and Mining Miscellaneous 1836 -1961

567      Northumberland Friendly & Masonic Societies (

568      Miners Farewell to Allenheads in May 1849 Poem

569      Northumberland Miners Minutes 1924

570      Northumberland Miners Minutes 1917

571      Northumberland Farming and Agriculture 18th/early 19thC

572      North East Labour Movement Intelligence Reports to Cabinet Office 1919-1920

573      North East Labour Movement Intelligence Reports to Cabinet Office 1921-1922

574      North East Labour Movement Intelligence Reports to Cabinet Office 1923

575      North East News in Radical Newspapers 1831 -1834

576      Lord Londonderry Affairs 1928

577      Northumberland Elections 1826, 1930 & 1832

578      Northumberland Election 1830

579 Newcastle Parliamentary Election 1832

580      The Quaker Richardsons

581      Meetings re-Earl Grey’s Retirement 1834

582      D’Arusment on Religion and Civilisation

583      Elizabeth Montagu

585      Morpeth Anti-Slavery Society Lobbying and Petition 1830

586      Morpeth Labour Women 1923-29 & 1941-48

587      Northumberland Labour 1974-79

588      Teesside Area Introduction

589      Teesside Area Co-operatives

590      Teesside Area Elections

591      Teesside Area Friendly Societies & Other Organisations

592      Teesside Area Health & Hospitals

593      Teesside Area Insurance

594      Teesside Area Labour, Socialist and Left Wing Organisations

595      Teesside Area Local Government

596      Teesside Area Miscellaneous

597      Teesside Area Parish and Religious Organisations

598      Pennyman Family Papers

599      British Steel in Teesside Area –to be added

600      Teesside Area Trade Unions

601      Teesside Area Wages and Working Conditions

602      Stockton Slavery and Abolition

603      Northumberland Labour Party 1936-1960

604      The Fight for the Parochial Vote -Sedghill 1876

605      Protest about agricultural workers’ conditions 1861

606      North East Labour Biography Introduction and A-D

607      North East Labour Biography E-H

608      North East Labour Biography I-N

609      North East Labour Biography O-S

610      North East Labour Biography T-Z

611      Anti-Slavery Tracts 1830-1840

612      Objects of the Newcastle Upon Tyne Society for Abolishing Slavery All Over The World 1836

613      The Workings of the Law for the Abolition of Slavery 1836

614      Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter 1830-36

615      Negro Apprenticeship in the British Colonies 1837

616      Jamaica Under the Apprenticeship System by a Proprietor 1838

617      Colonial Laws as Examined by a Committee of the House of Commons 1836

618      Samuel Bowley Anti-Slavery Speech at Exeter Hall 1837

619      The Martyr Age of the United States of America 1840

620      The Foreign Slave Trade An 1837 Review

621      George Thompson Debate on America Slavery June 1836

622      North East Material at the TUC Library

623      Middlesbrough Trade Union and Co-operative Movement

624      The Cadogans, Barbados and Brinkburn Abbey

625      Peterloo Protest Meeting Newcastle Town Moor 1819

626      Society of Keelmen on the River Wear 1792

627      Mining Institute Material Introduction

628      Durham Mining Records at Sunderland University -Introduction

629      National Union of Mineworkers Durham Area (NUM) 1880s-1980s

630      North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers 1852-2000

631      Durham Area National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies and Shotfirers 1880s-1990s

632      Quaker Collection at Sunderland University

633      The Yorkshireman AReligious and Literary Journal by a Friend 1832-1837

634      Tyneside Quakers

635      Miners Wages, Strikes & History

636      Thomas Dixon and John Ruskin on Work 1867

637      Chester-le-Street: Birtley Belgians and Labour Movement 1911-1935

638      Suffrage and other issues –mainly speeches in Parliament 1784-1852

639      Hartlepool Working Class and Labour Movement History

640      Delaval Family papers

641      Le Melange Collection -Slavery, Africa and West Indies

642      To be allocated

643      Slavery and Abolition –An Introduction to the 2007 Tyne & Wear Remembering Slavery Project

644      Newcastle and North East Historical Notes

645      John Sykes’s Local Records–Extracts

646      History of Sunderland

647      William & Charles Cotesworth

648      The Maude and Ogden Families 1665-1936

649      The Devalels

650      Abolition and related material in Newcastle Courant 1791-1792

651      Captain Robert Hutton, Sunderland Slave Trader

652      Anthony Benezet’s Writings on Slavery 1785-1788

653      Anti-Slavery Activity 1788-1792

654      Rev Thomas Gisborne on Slavery & Abolition 1798

655      The Haitian Revolution

656      Wilberforce Speeches Text to be added

657      John Bruce, Newcastle Schoolmaster and social reformer

658      Women Anti-slavery campaigners in the North East

659      British Action Against Slavery after 1838

660      Darlington Meeting on British India Feb 1839

661      Frederick Douglass, Black American Abolitionist

662      Tyne and Wear Chamber of Commerce and Industry 1815-1830

663      A Soldier’ View of the War 1914-1915

664      Travellers in Africa and Their Writings 1794-1815

665      Travellers in South America, Honduras and Surinam and their Writings

666      History and Description of, and Murder and Runaways in, the West Indies

667      The Peace Treaty 1814 and the French Slave Trade

668      Slave Registration Legislation 1816 to 1820

669      Koster on the Amelioration of Slavery 1816

670      House of Commons Debates on Slavery and Abolition 1823 to 1825

671      James Cropper’s Views on East India Sugar and West Indian Distress, 1822 to 1824

672      Macaulay’s Views on Slavery 1823 to 1826

673      Liverpool and Leicester and Women’s Anti -Slavery Society Views 1820s

674      African Institution Reports 1826 and 1827

675      Ashington Co-operative Society Minutes 4 August 1914 -31 May 1915

676      Ashington Co-operative Society Minutes 1 June 1915 –27 May 1916

677      Ashington Co-operative Society Minutes 29 May 1916 –1 May 1917

678      Ashington Co-operative Committee Minutes May to November 1917

679      Northumberland in the First World War Miscellaneous

680      Ashington Co-operative         Minutes 1918

681      Ashington Co-operative(Finance & Wages Committees Minutes 1917-1920

682      Arnold Stevenson, Conscientious Objector, 1914-1918

683      Aliens in Northumberland –Part 1 –additional material

684      Aliens in Northumberland –Part 2

685      Aliens in Northumberland –Part 3

686      Ashington Co-operative Minutes June 1918 to April 1919

687      Ashington Co-operative Minutes May 1919 to March 1920

688      Northumberland Agricultural Census Papers

689      Aliens in Northumberland –Part 4

690      Letters of Major WAMurray, DSO, 1914-1919

691      A new Rochdale? The Sunderland Poor Store & Settlement

692      To be allocated

693      To be allocated

694      Ashington CoalCompany Minute Book No.5

695      Hexham Tribunals

696      Defence of the Realm Manual Re-Mines

697      Letters to Private W N Hall 1916

698      Blyth News & Illustrated Chronicle 1914 & 1915

699      Ashington Co-op Minute Book 1 June 1915 –27th May 1916 –duplicate 677

700      Dairy of William Liddle of Royal Naval Division 1915

701      Ashington Hirst Primary School Log Book 1907-1950 Senior Boys

702      Ashington Hirst Primary School Log Book 1908-1942 Junior Girls

703      Ashington Hirst Primary School Log Book 1908-1966 Junior Boys

704      Ashington Hirst Primary School Log Book 1908-1967 Senior Girls

705      Northumberland County Council Minutes May 1914-Feb 1915

706      Northumberland County Council Minutes May 1914-Feb 1915

707      Small Holdings and Allotments Committee Minutes, May 1919–January 1921

708      Aliens of Northumberland Part 2 section 2

709      Estate Management: The Ridleys Park End 1916-1918

710      Military Tribunal Collections 1 (1914-18)

711      Military Tribunal Collection 2

712      Ashington Co-op. Minute       Book 1 June 1915 –27th May 1916 (duplicate)

713      Ashington Co-operative Society Minutes 29th May 1916 –1st May 1917 (duplicate)

714      Ashington Co-operative Society Minutes –no details

715      Military Tribunal 2

716      Printed Papers -Insurance Installation Policy Victory 5% War Loan

717      War Memorials

718      County Council Minutes 1918-1919

719      Small Holdings and Allotments Committee Mins 1921-1925

720      Morpeth Cottage Hospital and District Nursing Association Minute Book 1898-1918

721      Aliens in Northumberland 1914-1930 Part 5

7223    North East 2WW & National Service Conscientious Objectors: Granville Davies, Michael Day & Christopher Dowse

723      Thomas Atkinson, Engineering’s Forgotten Labour Activist

724      Newcastle Courant material 1813-14, esp. NAmerican& West Indies connections

725      The Slave Journal 1851-56 Introduction

726      The Slave Journal 1851 January to June

727      The Slave Journal 1851 July to December

728      The Slave Journal 1852 January to June

729      The Slave Journal 1852 July to December

730      The Slave Journal 1853 January to June

731      The Slave Journal 1853 July to December

732      The Slave Journal 1854 January to June

733      The Slave Journal 1854 July to December

734      The Slave Journal 1855

735      The Slave Journal 1856

736      Darlington Criticism of American Quakers Attitudes to Slavery 1840

737      The Hamiltons, Sundrum and Jamaica

738      Writings on Slavery and Abolition 1823-1829

739      Captain Charles Stuart: Anglo American Abolitionist

740      Georgia Colony Trustees and Emigrants to

741      The Lowthers’ American Connections

742      Will of James Hedley of Bewick Folly, Eglingham

743      Sunderland Miscellaneous Material

744      The Barretts and John Graham Clarke

745      Extracts from 18th Century North East Diaries: Rev. John Thomlinson, Thomas Gyll & Nicholas Brown

746      William Hart Coleridge -Bishop of Barbados

747      The Scottish Free Church and Slavery Dispute 1846

748      Writings on the American Civil War 1862

749      US Sanitary Commission 1861 and 1864

750      Writings on the American Civil War 1863

751      Writings on the American Civil War 1864-65

752      Black Narratives and Miscellaneous Writings re-America 1847-64

753      Writings on British Colonies and Race 1848 -1880s

754      Tyneside Affairs in Cowen Tracts 1786-1825

755      Thomas Bray & Associates

756      Literature on Africa, the Americas and West Indies

757      History and State of Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain 1835 & 1836

758      Howitt on Colonization and Christianity

759      Clarkson & Wilberforce writings on slavery 1823 and 1824

760      Slave Trade Papers 1814-1828

761      Royal Africa Company case for the slave trade 1748

762      Gin, rum, the sugar trade and wars 1736-1760

763      The Geography of American Slavery 1833

764      The United States of America 1833

765      Abdy on slavery in the United States 1833 and 1834

766      Other Writings about            Slavery in the United States 1833

767      Writings on Africa 1830 to 1838

768      Newcastle Affairs 1830s

769      Sugar Cane: Properties and Practical Improvements 1831

770      Timber Duties: Proposal Alterations 1831

771      Anti-slavery speeches 1830

772      Mrs Carmichael on Living on Trinidad and St. Vincent

773      Life in the West Dies

774      Lewis Journal of a West Indian proprietor 1815 to 1817

775      Madden’s Twelve Months in the West Indies 1833 to 1834

776      William Allen’s American Biographical and Historical Dictionary 1831

777      William Knibb & Borthwick Debate on Colonial Slavery and Baptist Missionaries 1832

778      Free and Slave Labour Compared by Josiah Conder 1833

779      House of Commons Select Committee on Ending Slavery 1832

780      Newcastle anti-slavery speeches of James Losh and Walter Knibb 1833

781      Newcastle Plan for Abolition of Slavery by Rev Mortimer 1833

782      George Thompson Emancipation Speech Glasgow March 1833

783      Cropper’s Vindication of Emancipation Compensation Loan to West Indies Planters

784      Mrs Child’s Appeal in Favour of American Africans 1833

785      Histories of British and European Colonies 1834 and 1835

786      Harriett Martineau on the United States 1837 and 1838

787      The Workings of the Law for the Abolition of Slavery   1836

788      William E Channing on US Slavery 1836

789      The Day of Jubilee is Come: Joseph Watson’s Poem 1834

790      William Jay on American Colonization and Anti-Slavery Societies in America 1835

791      Foxwell Buxton on the African Slave Trade 1836

792 Working of the Apprenticeship System in the British Colonies 1837

793      Petition to end apprenticeship system in West Indies 1837

794      James William’s Experience as a slave and apprentice to 1837

795      Miscellaneous writings on slavery in the West Indies 1837

796      Stedman on the Surinam Revolt 1772-1777

797      The discovery and conquest of Guinea 15thC.

798      The 1840 Anti-Slavery Convention

799      The Island of Cuba –text to be added

800      Steven’s The Slave in History

801      Lady Nugent’s Jamaica Journal 1801-1805

802      Slavery and West Indies Debate 1802 to1807

803      Quaker Lives: Thomas Pumphrey and George Richardson

804      The Hankeys –Slave Owners

805     Sunderland Ships by built by J L Thompson 1846-1882

806   William Turner’s School pupils 1785-1825

807 –

808   Newcastle Ladies Negro Friend and Emancipation Society Minute Book 1838-1854

809   John Graham-Clarke’s Jamaican Plantations

810      Quakers on Tyne & Wear

811      Newcastle Society of Friends Minutes (mens) 1831 –1856

812      Yearly Epistles and Advice from the London Meetings to Newcastle Quakers

813      Newcastle Bible, Missionary & Tract Societies 1811-1826

814      Newcastle and Related Abolition Activity 1791-1833

815      Newcastle Edition of Evidence to House of Commons Select Committee on Abolition of the Slave Trade 1790/91

816      Consumption on Tyne & Wear & Northumberland 1710-1823

817      Newcastle Ladies       View of Colonial Slavery 1830

818      Northern Association of Baptist Churches Abolition and Missionary Activities 1795-1850

819      Newcastle Burials and Miscellaneous Events 1753-1839

820      Orchard Plantation Jamaica 1832-1863

821      Jacob Glenwright and Jamaica 1795

822      Deaths in Jamaica reported in Berwick Advertiser 1808 to 1825

823      Berwick Congregationalists 1837-1904

824      Gateshead Anti-Slavery and other relevant matters 1827

825      The Ridleys and the colonies

826      The Cook and Ottley Letters from America 1760-61

827      Anthony Swymmer and the Strutts River Plantation Jamaica 1755

828      Edward Cook’s Letters from America 1780s

829      British Politics in Brazil 1826

830      Cumberland Record Office Slavery and Abolition Material

831      Alnwick -Slavery & Abolition

832      The Richardsons and The Olive Leaf magazine for children 1844-1857 -Introduction

833      Olive Leaf 1845

834      Olive Leaf 1846

835      Olive Leaf 1847

836      Olive Leaf 1848

837      Olive Leaf1849

838      Olive Leaf 1850

839      Olive Leaf 1851

840      Olive Leaf 1852

841      Olive Leaf 1853

842      Olive Leaf 1854

843      Olive Leaf 1856

844      Olive Leaf 1857

845      North East Quakers in the British Friend Introduction 1843-44

846      British Friend 1843

847      British Friend 1844

848      British Friend 18445-1847

849      British Friend 1848 -1849

850      British Friend 1850

851      British Friend 1851

852      British Friend 1852

853      British Friend 1853

854      British Friend 1854

855      British Friend 1855

856      British Friend 1856

857      British Friend 1857

858      British Friend 1858

859      British Friend 1859

860      Elihu Burritt and the Brotherhood, Free Produce and Peace Movements

861      The Herald of Peace journal – extracts about the North East 1851-January 1853

862      Unitarians and the North East Movement

863      The Slavery Business and the North East

864      Slave Compensation and Claimants with North East Links

865      Newcastle Courant Extracts 1769-1783 re-People with Connections in the Americas

866      Jarrow 1934-1963

867      Morpeth Affairs 1750s

868      Exhibitions of Pictures of the Northumberland Institution for the promotion of fine arts 1824-1893

869      South Shields Coal Emergency & Watch Committees 1926

870      Women’s Institutes in Northumberland

871      Sunderland Petition for City Status 1932

872      Miners and Employers Organisations 1926-27

873      Pegswood Branch- Mineworkers Federation 1926-1929

874      Ashington Mineworkers Minutes 1945-48

875      Northumberland Miners Strike Records 1984

876      Northumberland Miners Minutes 1903-5

877      Women’s Suffrage in the North East in Lisbeth Sim

878      Canon Charles Weston of Durham Cathedral 1731 – 1801

879      Activities on the North East, the Slavery Business and Abolition 2007-16

880      Sunderland’s Town Moor

881      Paul Robeson in the North East

882      Willian Falla Gateshead Gardening Business 1820s-30s

883      Newcastle Aborigines Protection Society Meeting August 1838

884      Students from the West Indies and North East England at St John”s College Cambridge 1767-1821

885      Daniel Liddell 1830s-1850s

886      Thomas Dixon 1831-1880

887      Cornsay Colliery Portrait of a Durham Mining Village

888      Teesside Railways

889      Public Health Activity in the North East 1925-6

890      Darlington Biographies

891      Ambrose Crowley/Crawley, Tyneside ironmaster

892      Anthony Morris Storer: Morpeth’s MP 1780-84 and the Storer family of Jamaica and Berkshire

893      John Collingwood Tarleton and the Collingwoods of Upthank

894      The Swymmers, the Bennet/Tankevilles and Jamaica

895      Ladies’ London Emancipation Society 1864-5

896      Ninian Home–An 18thC           Berwickshire and Grenada Link

897      Biographical Sketches from Welford Vol1

898      North East Biography D-N

899      North East Biography O-Z

900      Biographical Material on Americans

901      Biographical Material on West Indians

902      Biography Miscellaneous

903      North East Methodism 1744-1798

904      Political           Posters County Durham 1818-1880

905      South Shields   Seamen’s Disturbances 1815-16

906      Riots in Northumberland 1831-2

907      Newcastle Free Methodism

908      Miscellaneous Notes 17th and 18thCs

909      Miscellaneous Notes 19th and 20thCs

910      Sunderland Miscellaneous Notes 1796-1839

911      Durham coal mining miscellaneous notes

912      Durham Colliery area photographs 1975

913      Miscellaneous Biographical Notes

914      The Angas Family

915      The Cooksons, Tyneside industrialists

916      The Featherstonehaughs of Haltwhistle, London and Essex

917      John Hodgson of Elswick 1806-1869

918      Edward and Francis printers and booksellers 1777-1850

919      Michael & Dawson Humble

920      Humbles and coal mining

921      The Humbles -Others

922      John George Lambton, Radical Jack

923      The Ogles

924      The Ordes of Morpeth

925      The Ordes of Weetwood

926      The Ordes Miscellaneous

927      W G Richardson & Co, heating engineers, Darlington

928      Cuthbert Sharp 1781-1849

929      Graffin Prankard 18thC coal iron and Carolina rice merchant

930      The Fly: a slave ship from Newcastle to Florida 1776

931      Caleb, Ralph and Robert Buglass, a Berwick and slavery connection

932      Nicholas Trought of Jamaica and John Graham-Clarke

933      Dr Henry Evans Holder III, Barbados and Durham Cathedral

934      Olaudah Equiano in Newcastle 1792

935      Dr Thomas Trotter, anti-slavery activist

936      Thomas Masterman Winterbottom, anti-slavery activist

937      Thomas Hendy of Barbados and an anti-slavery tract in Newcastle 1824

938      Rev. Valentine Ward, anti-slavery activist 1781-1835

939      Anti-slavery tracts published on Tyneside 1833-40

940      The Wallaces and Featherstone Castle

941      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vol IV 1832-1834

942      Thomas Wilson Newcastle Collection Vol X. 1843-1844

943      The American Negotiator – North East subscribers 1761-64

944     Land Nationalisation in the North East 1901/2 & 1911/12

945     Land Values League in North East 1913-14

946      Land Values League in North East 1915-1917

947     William Blakley, Durham Army Veteran – Chartism & Ireland

948     Mining Journal & Commercial Gazatteer 1835

949      Popular Politics in the Napoleonic Wars – Notes Relevant to the history of the North East 1798-1815. Part 1 Context

950      Popular Politics in the Napoleonic Wars – Notes Relevant to the history of the North East 1798-1815. Part 2 Loyalism

951      Popular Politics in the Napoleonic Wars – Notes Relevant to the history of the North East 1798-1815. Part 3 Religious Beliefs

952     Popular Politics in the Napoleonic Wars – Notes Relevant to the history of the North East 1798-1815. Part 4 Radicalism & Combination

953     Popular Politics in the Napoleonic Wars – Notes Relevant to the history of the North East 1798-1815. Part 5 Conclusions & Sources

954     L. Hindmarch on Abolition of Slavery 1833

955      Mining Journal & Gazetteer 1836 & 1839

956      Thomas Devalel, Seaton Harbour and the 1774 & 1780 Newcastle Elections

957      James Montgomery

958      Robert Morrison, the Meadows – North East Links with China

959      Alexander Kirkwood 1777-1850

960      –

961      Privy Council Inquiry into Slave Trade report 1789

962-7   These need to be re-examined as may be duplicates

968      Loveless Overton