The History of Howley-Hall.

Printed: circa 1840

Publisher: J Fearnsides. Bately

Edition: First publication from Batley Press.

Dimensions 11 × 18 × 1 cm
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Language: English

Size (cminches): 11 x 18 x 1

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Tan Binding with cloth boards. First publication from the Press in Bateley.

A unique First Edition – not known if there be another copy

Howley Hall is a ruined Elizabethan country house located between the towns of Batley and Morley in West Yorkshire, England. It has been designated a scheduled monument since 1997.

The hall was built by Sir John Savile, a Yorkshire politician and courtier, at the end of the 16th century. It remained in the hands of the Savile family until 1671 and was the site of fighting during the English Civil War in 1643. Subsequently it passed into the hands of the Brudenell family, under whose ownership the hall deteriorated and was eventually demolished between 1717 and 1730.

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