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BARBER (VEN. ARCHDEACON, E.). The churchwardens' accounts of
Vita Sancti Kebie. Y Cymmrodor, xiv. 86-95.
A catalogue of saints connected with Cornwall, with
and ROBERT BURNARD. An exploration of some of the
ROBERT BURNARD, REV. J. K. ANDERSON and J. D.
BARNES (J. A.). Ancient Corduroy roads near Gilpin Bridge.
BARROW-IN-FURNESS (BISHOP OF). Bishop Nicholson's diaries.
Castle Guard, Ardee. Louth Arch. Soc. i.
BARTRUM (J. E.). Extract from The Post Man, Tuesday,
BATES (CADWALLADER J.). History of the castle of Newcastle-
BATES (REV. E. H.). Pen-Selwood. Somerset Arch. and Nat.
Stavordale priory. Somerset Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc.
BAX (ALFRED RIDLEY). Parliamentary survey of Guildford castle
The Lay Subsidy Assessments for the county of Surrey
in 1593 or 1594, transcribed from the originals in the Public
Disclaimers at the Heralds' visitations in the reign of
James I. Surrey Arch. Soc. xviii. 217-219.
Surrey contributors to the loan to King Charles I. Surrey
BAXTER (REV. WILLIAM). Old English village life, as illustrated at Barrow and Twyford. Derby Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxvi. 153-167.
BAYLAY (REV. ATTWELL M. Y.). pre-Norman, at Southwell. 58-59.
Discovery of pavement, probably Thoroton Soc. (Notts), 1901 (Supp.),
Willoughby church. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vi. 47-50. The church of St. Lawrence, Gonalston. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vii. 27–31.
The church of St. Michael, Hoveringham. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vii. 32–36.
Chantries at Edwinstowe. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), viii.
BAYNES (HERBERT). The rise and growth of Vêdic literature. Roy. Soc. Liter. 2nd S. xxiii. 43-96.
BAZELEY (CANON) and MARGARET LEY BAZELEY. Effigies in Gloucester cathedral. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xxvii. 289-326.
BEDDOE (DR. JOHN). The somatology of eight hundred boys in training for the Royal Navy. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. vii. 92-99. A method of estimating skull-capacity from peripheral measures. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. vii. 266–283.
BENSLY (DR. W. T.). On a silver-gilt ewer and basin given by Archbishop Parker to the city of Norwich. Norfolk and Norwich Arch. Soc. xv. 227-232.
BENSON (G.). The forming of the landscape of York, being an introduction to the study of the archæology of the district. Assoc. Archit. Soc. xxvii. 241-244.
BERKELEY (MRS.). About books that amused and taught children of olden days. Assoc. Archit. Soc. xxvii. 149-178.
BERKSHIRE. Résumé of Domesday holders and holdings. Berks, Bucks and Oxon Arch. Journ. i. 26-28, 61, 75-78.
The church plate of. Berks, Bucks and Oxon Arch. ̄ Journ. viii. 117–119, ix. 73–74, 121–122.
BERRY (HENRY F.). History of the religious gild of St. Anne, in St. Audoen's church, Dublin (1430-1740), taken from its records in the Haliday collection, R.I.A. Roy. Irish Acad. xxv. (sect. C), 21-106.
The antiquities of the parish of Kilcomenty, near Birdhill, co. Tipperary. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xiv. 99-110.
BEVAN (REV. LL. WM.). Notes on Stratton church. Exeter
BILSON (JOHN). The beginnings of Gothic architecture: Norman
BILSON (WM. T.). St. Mary's church, Reading. Berks, Bucks
BINGHAM (REV. W. P. S.). All Saints', Kenton. Exeter Diocesan
BLAGG (T. M.). Some recently discovered inquisitions relating to
Discovery of Dr. Thoroton's headstone in Car-Colston
BLATHWAYT (REV. WYNTER E.). On the Manor House, Colerne.
BLOOM (REV. J. HARVEY). Two Warwickshire muniment rooms.
BODLEY (G. F.). Gothic architecture. Assoc. Archit. Soc. xxvii.
BOLINGBROKE (LEONARD G.).
Two Elizabethan inventories. Nor-
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BOND (F. BLIGH). Mediæval screens and rood-lofts. St. Paul's
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BONSER (G. G.). Skegby church. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), viii. 1-3.
A. C. DICKIE, F. HAVERFIELD and A. MEEK.
BOSTON (LORD). Notes on the history of the manor and church
BOWEN (REV. D.). Font at Ambleston, Pembrokeshire. Arch.
BOWER (HERBERT M.). Charm against toothache. Folklore, xv. 350. BOWER (REV. R.). Busts, portrait medallions and modern effigies in the churches of the diocese of Carlisle. Cumb. and West. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. iv. 118-145.
BOWLES (C. E. B.).
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BOYD (W.) and MAJOR-GEN. THE HON. G. WROTTESLEY. The Final Concords, or Pedes Finium, of Staffordshire, of the reign of Elizabeth, A.D. 1573 to A.D. 1589, abstracted from the original documents in the Public Record Office. William Salt Arch.
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Final Concords, Staffordshire 13 James I to 16 James I, abstracted from the originals in the Public Record Office. William Salt Arch. Soc. N.S. vi. (pt. 1), 1-60.
Muster roll, Staffordshire, A.D. 1539; hundreds of Seisdon and Totmonslow, from the original in the Public Record Office. William Salt Arch. Soc. N.S. vi. (pt. 1), 61–87. Final Concords and Pedes Finium, Staffordshire, 16 James I to 19 James I, abstracted from the originals in the Public Record Office. William Salt Arch. Soc. N.S. vii. 191-236.
BRADBROOK (WILLIAM). Wavendon parish register. Bucks Archit. and Arch. Soc. ix. 31-53.
BRAKSPEAR (HAROLD) and REV. E. H. GODDARD. The Roman villa at Box, Wiltshire. Arch. Inst. lxi. 1–32.
Burnham Abbey. Bucks Archit. and Arch. Soc. viii. 517-540.
Notes on places visited by the Society in 1895. Wilts Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxviii. 319-334.
BRANFILL (COL. B. R.). Norsey Wood, near Billericay. Essex Arch. Soc. N.S. v. 226–236.
BRERETON (R. P.). Fotheringhay church: its building and its present (1903) condition. Assoc. Archit. Soc. xxvii. 124-129. BRIDGE (DR. JOSEPH C.). Ludlow and the Masque of Comus. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. ix. 20-45.
The Chester miracle plays: some facts concerning them, and the supposed authorship of Ralph Higden. Chester and N. Wales Arch, and Hist. Soc. N.S. ix. 59-98.
BRIDGE (DR. JOSEPH C.) Horns." Chester and N. Wales Arch.
BRIDGEMAN (REV. THE HON. G.). The history of the manor and
parish of Weston-under-Lizard, in the county of Stafford.
BRISCOE (J. POTTER). Chained book in the church of St. Mary
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John Oldham. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vii. 69–71.
BRITTAIN (HARRY). Dilham castle." Norfolk and Norwich
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BRODHURST (REV. F.). Was Mary Queen of Scots ever at Hard-
Hardwick Hall. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), viii. 18-22.
BROWN (G. BALDWIN). Origins in Egyptian architecture. Journ.
BROWN (L. E. G.). On some Gloucestershire manuscripts now in
BROWN (ROBERT, JUNR.). Notes on a pictorial manual of alchemy
BROWN (WILLIAM). Local muniments. Arch. Eliana, xxv. 62-82.
Holderness wills, extracted from the Probate Registry
Notes on the priory of Mount Grace. Proc. Soc. Antiq.
Newcastle, ix. 252-254.
BROWN (W. TALBOT). The tower of Irthlingborough church.
BROWNE (THOMAS). Chapel plaster, near Box, Wiltshire, Bath
Notes on Roman pavement found at the Royal United
BRUCE (JOHN). Report and investigations upon the Langbank