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ABERCROMBY (HON. JOHN). Excavations made on the estate of
Excavation of three long cists at Gladhouse reservoir,
Exploration of circular enclosures and an underground
A proposed chronological arrangement of the drinking-
A method of arranging British Bronze-Age Ceramic in
Some notes on the manor and church of Broadhempston.
AITCHISON (PROF.). Iron. Journ. R.I.B.A. x. 432-440, 469-477.
Coloured buildings. Journ. R.I.B.A. x. 493–503.
Coloured terra-cotta. Journ. R.I.B.A. x. 513–522.
AITKEN (G. S.). Bothwell castle. Journ. R.I.B.A. xi. 413–426.
Celtic art in Pagan and Christian times. Cymmrodorion
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AMERY (P. F. S.). Twenty-first report of the Committee on Devonshire folklore. Devon. Assoc. xxxvi. 94–100.
ANDERSON (DR. JOSEPH).
Note on a Late Celtic armlet of bronze ; with notes on the identification of two other Late Celtic armlets, and on a massive bronze armlet recently found in Sutherlandshire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotl. xxxviii. 460– 467.
Notices of a sculptured stone, with Ogham inscription, from Latheron; and of two sculptured stones, recently discovered at Edderton, Ross-shire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotl. xxxviii. 534 541.
ANDERSON (J. G. C.). Two Pontic eras (Sebastopolis and
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ANDREWS (R. T.). Anstey castle
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ANDREWS (W. F.). Hertingfordbury church. East Herts Arch. Soc. ii. 157-164.
Sir Edward Bensted, knight. East Herts Arch. Soc. ii. 185-194.
ANWYL (PROF. E.). The early settlers of Carnarvonshire. Arch. Camb. 6th S. iv. 197-212.
Prolegomena to the study of old Welsh poetry. Cymmrodorion Soc. 1903-4, 59-83.
ARNOLD (REV. DR. F. H.). Chichester seventeenth-century tokens. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlvii. 151.
Roman coins at Rumboldswhyke. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlvii. 151.
Chichester stocks and whipping-post. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlvii. 152-153.
Thomas Johnson and the Charlton Hunt. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlvii. 153-156.
ARNOLD-BEMROSE (H. H.). Geological notes on Arbor Low stone
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ASTLEY (REV. H. J. DUKINFIELD). Portuguese parallels to the Clydeside discoveries. Brit. Arch. Assoc. N.S. x. 49-63, 103– 117.
Roche abbey, Yorkshire its history and architectural features. Brit. Arch. Assoc. N.S. x. 199–220.
Tree- and pillar-worship. Roy. Soc. Liter. 2nd S. xxiv.
Extracts from the two oldest registers of the parish of Syderstone, Norfolk. Norfolk and Norwich Arch. Soc. xv.
ATCHLEY (E. G. C. F.).
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ATTREE (COL. F. W. T.), and REV. J. H. L. BOOKER. The Sussex Colepepers. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlvii. 47-81.
AUDEN (H. M.). Memoirs of a Shropshire cavalier. Shropshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. iv. ix-x.
Did Augustine come to Cressage? Shropshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. iv. xvi.
AUDEN (THOMAS). Our Lady of Pity. Shropshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. iv. xvii.-xviii.
Bury walls. Shropshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. iv. xix.-xx.
AXON (ERNEST). Walter and Margaret Nugent. Lancs. and Chesh. Antiq. Soc. xxi. 127-152.
AXON (DR. WILLIAM E. A.). The story of Belfagor in literature
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Gil Vicente and Lafontaine a Portuguese parallel of "La Lailière et le pot au lait." Roy. Soc. Liter. 2nd S. xxiii. 215-227.
AYLMER (HANS HENDRICK). The Aylmers of Lyons, county Kildare. Kildare Arch. Soc. iv. 179-183.
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Restoration of the parish church of Fritwell in 1864. Oxfordshire Arch. Soc. 1903 (Reports), 17-19.
Juxon's rectory at Somerton. Oxfordshire Arch. Soc.
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BADDELEY (W. ST. CLAIR). The Painswick or Ifold villa. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xxvii. 156-171.
BAGGE (S.). The circumcision ceremony among the Naivasha Masai. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. vii. 167-169.
BAGNALL-WILD. East Leake and its surrounding neighbourhood. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vi. 30-31.
BAILEY (REV. A. W.). Syerston church, Notts. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), 1900, 24-28.
BAILEY (HAROLD). Church of St. Wilfrid, North Muskham. Thoroton Soc. (Notts), vi. 56–60.
BAILEY (REV. JOHNSON). Church briefs (parish of Ryton). Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, ix. 144-148, 161, 300, 311-312, 320. BAILEY (J. B.). Survey of the Roman road from the Maryport Camp to Cross Canonby Vicarage. Cumb. and West. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. iv. 250-253.
BAKER (T. H.). Woodlands House. Somerset Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. l. (1), 47–49.
BAKER-PENOYRE (JOHN FF.). Coins of Blaundus, Lydia. Num. Chron. 4th S. iv. 102-103.
BALDWIN (A. H.). English crown pieces (from 1551 to 1901). Woolwich District Antiq. Soc. vi. (1901), 50-53.
BALFOUR (H.). The relationship of museums to the study of anthropology. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. vii. 10-19.
BALL (FRANCIS ELRINGTON). Some notes on the judges of Ireland in the year 1739. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xiv. 1-19. BALLARD (A.). Oxfordshire preparations for the Prince of Orange. Oxfordshire Arch. Soc. 1902 (Reports), 27–29.
BARBER (VEN. ARCHDEACON E.). Chester cathedral: the stalls, misereres and woodwork of the choir. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. ix. 46-58.
The south transept of Chester cathedral. Chester and
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The cloisters of Chester cathedral. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. ix. 5–19.
St. Werburgh and her shrine. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. x. 68-85.
The discovery of Ralph Higden's tomb. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. ix. 115–128.
The ancient glass in the church of St. Mary-on-the-Hill. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. x. 53–67. The nave roof of the church of St. Mary-on-the-Hill. Chester and N. Wales Arch. and Hist. Soc. N.S. viii. 67-80.