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PURTON (REV. R. C.). "A description of ye Clee, ye L'dships,
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Notes on a late Celtic sword and sheath found at Sadberge,
Notes on a potter's kiln at Shoebury, Essex. Proc. Soc.
Notes on a bronze candlestick from the eastern counties.
Notes on a silver parcel gilt hanap belonging to the church
Notes on a bronze spear-head and two pins found at Fenny
Notes on a bronze weight [Saxon] found near Grove Ferry
Notes on a silver-gilt cup and cover belonging to the parish
The Domesday Hundreds. Trans. Devon. Assoc. xxviii.
REID (A. G.). Notes as to the recovery of three volumes of the MS.
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REVILLOUT (PROF. E.). Un papyrus bilingue du temps de Philopator.
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STUART (MORTON G.). Captain Thomas Coram and the Foundling
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Some notes on ruined temples in Mashonaland.
TALBOT (C. H.). Notes on recent discoveries at Lacock Abbey.
TAYLOR (H.). Notes on some medieval goldsmiths in Chester. Jour.
The Flintshire militia, with a short biography of Sir Roger