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The ornament of the beaker-class of pottery. Proc. Soc.
The chronology of prehistoric glass beads and associated
Waterville," North Shields: the home of an antiquary.
ALLCHIN (J. H.). Discoveries of prehistoric pottery in the Maid-
ALLEN (DR. F. J.). Banwell church. Somerset Arch. and Nat.
The classification of the Somerset church towers.
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ALLEN (J. ROMILLY). Head of cross at St. David's, Pembrokeshire.
The discovery of an early Christian inscribed stone at
Find of Late-Celtic bronze objects at Seven Sisters, near
ALLISON (DR. T. M.). Note on a specimen of an old Northumbrian
AMEDROZ (H. F.). The assumption of the title Shâhanshâh by
AMERY (P. F. S.). Twenty-second report of the committee on
ANDERSON (DR. JOSEPH). Description of sepulchral urns exhibited
Notes on a Romano-British hoard of bronze vessels and
ANDREW (W. J.). The Shall-Cross; a Pre-Norman cross, now at
The Bull Ring: a stone circle at Dove Holes. Derby
Buried treasure: some traditions, records and facts.
ANDREWS (R. T.). Wilbury Hill and the Icknield Way. East
Moats and moated sites in the parish of Reed. East
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Coin of Valens found at Whyke. Sussex Arch. Coll.
Coin of Charles I. found at Thorney. Sussex Arch. Coll.
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on the site of the Romano-British city of Venta Silurum, in the
ASKERTON. Extracts relating to, from the Calendar of Border
ASTLEY (REV. H. J. DUKINFIELD). The Saxon church at Bradford-
ATTREE (COL. F. W. T.) and REV. J. H. L. BOOKER. The Sussex
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The " Angel Stone in Manchester cathedral. Brit.
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BAILEY (DORA). The Devil in Glencoe, and other stories. Folk-
BAILEY (J. B.). Roman altars from Cumberland now at Rokeby,
BALDWIN (JAMES F.). The beginnings of the King's Council. Roy.
BAMFORD (A. B.). Eastbury House, in the parish of Barking.
BARING-GOULD (REV. S.). A catalogue of saints connected with
Tenth report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee.
BARNES (REV. W. MILES). Poems in the Dorset dialect by the late
BARROW-IN-FURNESS (BISHOP OF). On the readers in the chapel-
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BARRY (F.). Riddle or charm? Folklore, xvi. 98.
BATES (REV. E. H.). Dedications of the churches of Somersetshire.
BATES (REV. E. H.). Worle church. Somerset Arch. and Nat.
BEARDMORE (REV. H. L.). A list of the rectors of Ripple. Arch.
BEAUMONT (GEO. FRED.). Paycocke's house, Coggeshall, with
BEDDOE (DR. JOHN). Colour and race. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. viii.
A contribution to the anthropology of Wiltshire. Wilts
BELLAIRS (COL. G. C.). "The Holy Bones." Leicestershire Archit.
BENSON (GEORGE). York bellfounders. Assoc. Archit. Soc. xxvii.
BERKSHIRE, Church plate of. Berks, Bucks and Oxon Arch. Journ.
BERNARD (VERY REV. DR. J. H.). Calendar of documents con-
Existing records and properties of the old Dublin city
Sheriffs of the co. Cork-Henry III. to 1660. Roy. Soc.
BERWICK. Extracts from the Patent Rolls. Proc. Soc. Antiq.
BETTWS. Conveyance of land in 1583. Montgomeryshire Coll.
BEWCASTLE. Extracts relating to, from the Calendar of Border