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It would be well if those proposing to submit MSS. would first write to the Editor stating the subject and manner of treatment.
Whilst the Editor will be glad to give any assistance he can to archæologists on archæological subjects, he desires to remind certain correspondents that letters containing queries can only be inserted in the "ANTIQUARY" if of general interest, or on some new subject; nor can he undertake to reply privately, or through the "ANTIQUARY," to questions of the ordinary nature that sometimes reach him. No attention is paid to anonymous communications or would-be contributions.
M. C. G.-Much obliged for the extract from Dr. Rock, relative to "Low Side-Windows," but only original communications on that question can now be printed. All interested in the subject should refer to Rock's "Church of our Fathers."
Two of the illustrations of" Books in Chains," reviewed in November, originally appeared in the great work of Mr. J. Willis Clark, F.S.A., on the Cambridge Colleges.
Communications for the Editor should be addressed "Antiquary, Barton-le-Street, Malton."
Abandonment of Proposed Railway through
Leicester Castle, 237, 238.
Abbey, St. Albans, Disfigurement of, 187.
Ainsworth (William Francis, Ph.D., F.S.A.,
Albury, Appointment to Benefice of, 72.
All Cannings, Notes on the Church of,
All Hallows, Barking, Reviewed, 182.
Alum Well, Walsall, 205.
Ambassadors at the Royal English Court
American Historical Association, Issue of
Ancient Deed on Parchment, Seal ap-
Ancient Painting in Castor Church, 249.
Andressy Holy Well, Note of, 163.
Annals of the Hospital of St. Wulstan,
"Annie Laurie," Painting of, 236.
Meeting of, 272.
of Scotland, Proceedings of
Society of, 32.
Antvorskov Cloister, Denmark, Excava-
tion of, 193.
Appointment to Benefice of Albury, 72.
Archæologia Eliana, Fifteenth Volume
Archæologia, Publication of, 219.
of Kent, 35.
in Sweden, 6.
Society, Collections of
and Middlesex, 33.
Meeting of British,
Meeting of London
Archæological Societies, Proceedings and
Archæologists, Literary Gossip for, 36, 83,
Archæology, Meeting of Society of Biblical,
Archaic Bronze Statuettes, Discovery of
Archbishop Langton, Story of, 73.
Archbishop's Museum at Utrecht, 59.
Various Prices of, 148.
Chetton, Holy Well at, 69.
Child's Ercall, Mermaid, Legend of, 105.
Christiania Valley, Earliest Inhabitants of,
Christmas Carol of Charles Dickens in
of Dordrecht, Carvings at, 56.
Church Wall Paintings in Cornwall, 138.
Cleopatra's Needle, Action of Weather
Clerical Incomes in 1643, by Rev. Canon
Clifton Antiquarian Club, Excursion of,
Coffin-Lids at St. Martha's, 72.
Coins, Gallic, Transalpine and Cisalpine,
Colchester, Old Borough Seal of, 93.
Collections relating to Montgomeryshire,
hagen, Discovery and Contents of, 240.
Corporation Records of St. Albans, Re-
Correspondence, 39, 87, 135, 136, 183, 231,
Costume in Heraldry, 241-243.,
Country Costumes in Heraldry, 241.
Cross on Coffin-Lid at St. Martha's Hill,
Croxton Pennyquart Well, 163.
Crypt of Hythe, The, by Rev. Samuel
Cumberland and Westmorland Anti-
Curiosities at Mostyn Hall, 175.
of the Church, 15-18.
Dacre, Bears at, 81.
Dale and its Abbey, Reviewed, 230.
De Derlington (F. John), Notes on, 115.
De Herley, F. Nicholas, Particulars con-
De Lenham, F. John, Notes on, 119.
Remains in,. Roger, Particulars con.
Canvas Coat of Sir Hugh Willoughby,
Discoveries at Bodö, Norway, 192.
in Scania, 143.
in Norway, 143.
in Peru, 145.
near Rovigno Istria, 238.
Discovery at Espö, 143.
of Human Bones, 235-
of the Register and Chartulary
Dispute between the Goldsmiths and Pew-
Diversities of Dialect among the Dutch,
Domesday Map of Somersetshire, Re-
Domesday Book, 71.
Dordrecht, Notes on, 56.
"Double Entrenchments, 166.
Drawings discovered at Jufveln, North
Drawings of Ancient Northern Architec-
Drumming Well, Oundle, Legend of, 30.
Duke Henry, Will of, 147.
Dutch, Diversities of Dialect among the,
Earliest Inhabitants of the Christiania
"Early Fifth-Century African Reliquary,"
Early Iron Age in Norway, Paper on, 5.
Edleston (R. H.) on Monumental Brasses,
Edward III., Particulars concerning, 149.
Ellesmere Pool, Legends of, 103.
Harleian Society, Report of, 222.
Heidens of the Netherlands, The, 127.
Earl of Lancaster, Death and
Henry III. and the Friar-Preachers, 114.
Herlufsholm Castle, Denmark, Discovery
Hermits in Heraldry, 241.
Highland Dress in Heraldry, 241, 242.
Hilton (James, F.S.A.) on Chronograms,
Himadu Mountains, 71.
Hirst (Rev. Joseph) on a New Museum for
on an Early Fifth-Cen-
History of the Parish of Ribchester, Re-
History of the Parishes of Swarraton and
Hope (R. C., F.S.A., F.R.S.L.) on Dis-
Wells: Legends and Superstitions, 30,
in Teesdale, 4.
on Bell, Church of Middleton,
Inventories of Church Goods, 28, 29,
76-79, 120-123, 167-169, 214-216, 256-260.
Italian Bishops of Worcester, Paper on,
Monumental Brasses in Norfolk, Re-
History of the Early British
Mortimer (Messrs. R. and J. R.) on the
Mosaic discovered at Pompeii, 191.
Mostyn Hall, Curiosities at, 175.
Mural Paintings at Pickering Church, 40.
Netherlands, Memoranda of a Short Tour
New Bishops, Appointment of, 5.
New York in Scotland, 45.
New Local Archæological Museums, 191.
Newton (Sir Charles) on the Yorkshire
"Night Watch," 58.
and Norwich Archæological
Norman Doorway, 221.
House, Southampton, Particulars
of, 271, 272.
Normandy Well, Horsham, Legend of,
Norse MSS., Discoveries of, 239.
Norway, Discoveries in, 143.
Norwood and Dulwich, Past and Present,
Notes of the Month, 1-5, 41-45, 89-95, 137-
(Foreign), 5-8, 45-48,
Our Lady's Well, Wombourne, Stafford-
Oxborough Hall, Notes on, 127.
Pagan Dance, An Old, 44.
Page (William, F.S.A.), A List of the In-
Paintings at Carlisle Cathedral, 41.
Records, Preservation of, 124.
Pennyquart Well, Croxton, Staffordshire,
Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian
Peterborough Cathedral, Re-opening of,
"Peterborough Gentlemen's Society," 207.
Petition of the Inhabitants of the Soak of
of Principal Inhabitants of Peter-
Lewes, Legend of, 256.
Pitt-Rivers (Major-General) on the York-
Place-names, Clackmannan and Edin-
Plays, Religious, 16.
Pompeii, Excavations at, 95.
Portraying Deceased Saints, Custom of,
Proposed Archæological Map of the County
Protection Act, 1882, Ancient Monuments,
Quaint London, Reviewed, 37.