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Gryme's Dyke, or the outward trench of Wyldenbey.
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LAWRENCE (L. A.). On a find of coins chiefly of the time of Edward

IV. Numismatic Chron. xvi. 72–84.

LAWS (E.). Notes on the fortifications of medieval Tenby. Arch.
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LAYARD (IDA H.). Loudun sous la croix. Proc. Huguenot Soc. v.
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LEACH (A. F.). A clerical strike at Beverley Minster in the
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LEEDS parish registers, baptisms 1639-1653, marriages 1639-1653,
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LE FANU (T. P.). Dean Swift's library. Jour. Roy. Soc. Antiq.
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LEFÉBURE (E.). Étude sur Abydos. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xv. 135–
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LEGG (DR. J. W.). Liturgical notes on the Sherborne missal, a
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Notes on the day assigned to St. Cyprian of Carthage in
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LEICESTERSHIRE, documents relating to, preserved in the episcopal
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LEIGHTON (STANLEY). Changes in land ownership in Shrop-
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LEWIS (A. L.). Rude stone monuments on Bodmin Moor. Jour. Roy.
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MACADAM (W. I.). Notes on ancient structures in the islands of
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MCALDOWIE (ALEX. M.). Personal experiences in witchcraft.
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MACALISTER (R. A. S.). Do ogham inscriptions contain Latin words?
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Omey, co. Galway. Jour. Roy. Soc. Antiq, Ireland, 5th S.
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The antiquities of Ardoileán, co. Galway. Jour. Roy. Soc.
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The Killeen Cormaic stones. Jour. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland,
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MACDONALD (G.). Notes on Combe's catalogue of the Hunter cabinet.
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On a find made in the Lipari islands, including an unpub-
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MACKINLAY (J. M.). Traces of river-worship in Scottish folklore.
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MADDISON (REV. A. R.). A ramble through the parish of St.
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A ramble through the parish of St. Mary Magdalene,
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Lincoln cathedral choir, A.D. 1750-1875.

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Reports Assoc.

MADDISON (REV. A. R.). Manor of Ingoldmells-cum-Addlethorpe
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Lincolnshire gentry during the sixteenth century. Reports
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MAITLAND (J. A. FULLER). The Fitzwilliam virginal book. Arch.
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MALDEN (HENRY E.). Shakespeare as an historian. Trans. Roy. Hist.
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MANNING (REV. C. R.). A sepulchral monument at Newton by
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Church plate in Suffolk, deanery of Stow, deanery of
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MANNING (P.). Manuscript materials for the topography of Oxford-
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MANSEL-PLEYDELL (J. C.). An ancient interment on the Verne,
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Kimmeridge shale. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Antiq. Field
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Kimmeridge coal-money and other manufactured articles.
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MARGOLIOUTH (G.). The superlinear punctuation, its origin, the
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More fragments of the Palestinian Syriac version of the
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MARSHALL (REV. JAMES). Some points of resemblance between
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The Hebrew text of one of the testaments of the twelve
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MARTIN (COL. WOOD) and E. C. ROTHERHAM. Rude bone pins of large
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MASPERO (G.). Notes au jour le jour. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xiv.
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MASSINGBERD (REV. W. O.). Some ancient records relating to the
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MATHEWS (R. H.). Stone cooking-holes and grooves for stone-grind-
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The Burbung of the Wiradthuri tribes. Jour. Anthrop. Inst.
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The Bora, or initiation ceremonies of the Kamilaroi tribe
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The rock paintings and carvings of the Australian aborigines.
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MAYO (REV. C. H.) Shaftesbury. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Antiq. Field
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Yetminster Church. Dorset Nut. Hist. and Antiq. Field
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MICKLETHWAITE (J. T.). On a hand granade from Adwalton Moor,
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Some notes on the study of old parish churches. Arch.
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Something about Saxon church building. Arch. Inst. liii.

293-351.

On the parish church of Knaith. Reports Assoc. Archit.
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MILLAR (ADAM). Notes of the discovery and exploration of a circular
fort on Dunbuie Hill, near Dumbarton. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot.
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MILLAR (A. H.).

Note on the proclamation for disarming of
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222.

MILLIGAN (S. F.). Descriptive sketch of places visited in connection
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Descriptive sketch of county Sligo. Jour. Roy. Soc. Antiq.
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MILLS (J.). The journal of Sir Peter Lewys, 1564-1565. Jour. Roy.
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MITCHELL (SIR ARTHUR) An archeologist's study of the Admiralty
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MITCHELL (SIR ARTHUR). The fall of an iron-age man into the
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MOENS (W. J. C.). The relief of the poor members of the French
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MONEY (W.). Notes on Basildon. Trans. Newbury Dist. Field Club,
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Notes on Aldermaston. Trans. Newbury Dist. Field Club,
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Notes on the family of Lieut.-Gen. Edmund Ludlow, with
some account of the parish of Tadley, Hants. Trans. Newbury
Dist. Field Club, iv. 139-164.

Notes on Enborne. Trans. Newbury Dist. Field Club, iv.
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1-19.

Records of Shaw. Trans. Newbury Dist. Field Club, iv.

The civil war in Berkshire 1642-1646. Trans. Newbury
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Notes on the parish registers of Newbury. Jour. Brit.
Arch. Assoc. N.S. ii. 157-183.

The guild or fellowship of the clothworkers of Newbury.
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MONTGOMERY. Nobility and gentry which are, or lately were, related
unto the county of. Montgomeryshire Coll. xxix. 316–318.

MORRIS (EDWARD ROWLEY).

Extracts from the Reports of the
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A summary or digest, of exchequer depositions, taken by
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MORRIS (REV. R. H.). The Roman pigs of lead discovered near
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MORRISON (W.). On the site of the battle of Ashdown.

Newbury Dist. Field Club, iv. 87-95.

Trans.

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