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Waltham Abbey, 80.
SS. Peter and Paul's Well, Shrewsbury,
St. Rufinus' Well, Tamworth, 206.
St. Sunday, Willenhall, Legend of, 205.
Sandgate, Newcastle, Notes on, 247.
Sandstone Boulder, Discovery of, 220.
Discovery of Roman, 7.
Sarum Missal, Beautiful Specimen of, 202.
Saws of Ancient Date, 193.
Saxon Church Towers, Specimens of, 188.
Scarlett (B. F.) on Costume in Heraldry,
Scotland, New York in, 45.
Proceedings of Society of Anti-
Seven Wells, Barnwell, Superstitions of,
bury Mortimer, 130.
Sidonic Royal Grave, Destruction of, 7.
Signet Gem of Fourth Century, Descrip-
Silchester, Excavations at, 89, 170.
Silver Chasses, Custom of placing, under
Seal, English, found at Peter-
Siward, F. William (King's Confessor),
Sixteenth-Century Volume, Facsimile of,
Skeletons at the Ethnological Museum,
Skeleton of Man in Uniform, Discovery of,
Sköfele, Finding of Remarkable Iron Slab
Skulls of Hythe, 62.
Sluys, Battle of, 149.
Smith (Charles Roach, F.S.A.), Notes on,
Smoking before the Introduction of To-
Snow-clad Mountains, 70.
Society of Antiquaries, Catalogue of, 79.
cation of, 79.
upon-Tyne, Meeting of, 82, 175, 220.
Some Old Gardens, by J. A. Sparvel-
Somersetshire Archæological and Natural
Sources of Water-supply, 197, 198.
South Wraxall, Wilts, Discoveries at, 186.
Spenser Society, 36.
Statuettes at Este, Discovery of, 190.
Stone at Winsford, Exmoor, Discovery of
Swedish Antiquarian Record Society,
Sword-hilts, Inlaid Silver and Bronze, 6.
Tamworth, St. Rufinus' Well, 206.
Account of, 208.
Threatened Danger to Westminster Abbey,
Throndhjem Cathedral, Restoration of,
Tiber, Discovery in Bed of, 9.
Discovery in, 45.
Tier, Archæological Find at, 144.
Tixall, Particulars of Well at, 162.
Todd (Archdeacon, F.S.A.) on the York-
Tomb, Opening of, at Canterbury, 74.
Topographical and Archæological Plan of
on the Trowell Church and
Endon, Staffordshire, 163.
Well in the Wall, Checkley, Peculiarities
Wells, Discovery and Contents of, 219.
Werneth Hall, 83.
West Felton, Holy Well at, 69.
Whitstable Pudding-pans, 216-218.
Wimborne Minster, Collection of Chained
Windmills at Zaandam, 59.
Winsford, Exmoor, Discovery of a Stone
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