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Bewcastle : Charlton.

Bexhill : Dawson.

Bibliography (Books and MSS.): Bowes,

Ferguson, Lawlor, Lithgow.

Birkenhead: Cox.

Bisham: Hone.

Bitterne: Darwin.

Blackstone Edge : Marsh.
Boats : Dawson, Madeley.
Bothwell: MacDonald.
Bratton Clovelly: Whale.
Brettenham: Betham.
Bridges : Atkinson.

Bristol : Barker, Bramble, Ellis, Fryer,
Hudd, Martin, Pritchard, Taylor,
Warren.

Bronze period : Barker, Darwin, Day,
Franks, Williams.

Burbage: Goddard.

Buxton: Ward.

Caer-Hên-Eglwys Llewellyn.

Caerwent: Martin.

Caldecot castle: Cobb.

Calendar: Fisher.

Cambridge: Gray, James, Macalister.
Cambridgeshire: Atkinson, Pearson.
See "Cambridge," "Westley
Waterless," "Willingham."
Canterbury : Brock.

Canute (temp.): Liebermann.
Cape of Good Hope : Hinde.
Cappuck: Laidlaw.

Carlisle: Ferguson.

Carmarthenshire : Laws.

Carthage : Curt.

Cartmel : Roper.

Castleacre: Hope, Housman.

Castiedermot : Comerford.

Castle Rising: Beloe.

Castles: Beloe, Bogle, Cobb, Cox, Gray,

Hirst, Money, Nisbett, Phear,
Taylor, Worth.

Caucasus : Abercromby.

Caves: Anderson, Turner, Ward.

Celtic or British period: Andrew,
Arnold.

Charles I. (temp.): Frazer, Phillips,

Round, Stanning.

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Cheshire, Axon, Cox, Gray, Irvine.
See "Birkenhead," Chester."
Chester: Haverfield, Taylor, Williams.
China: Gratton.
Chirburn: Hodgson.

Christian (early): Bagnall-Oakeley,
Langdon.

Church and State: Birchall.
Churches: André, Armstrong, Auden,

Bates, Bax, Bensley, Bilson, Birch,
Bradley, Cave-Browne, Cox, Cul-
len, Deans, Eyre, Fahey, Fane, Fish-
wick, Glynne, Hodgson, Holmes,
Hone, Hope, Hughes, Irvine,
James, Kelly, Leadman, Malmes-
bury, Martin, Micklethwaite,
Ponting, Roper, Round, Russell-
Forbes, Savage, Seccombe, Stokes,
Waller, Watkins, Webb, Wil-
liams.

Church bells: See "bells."
Church plate: Atkinson,

Betham,

Cooper, Hamp, Hopper, Jones,
Manning.

Colchester: Round.

Colton Williams.

Connaught (Old): Wakeman.

Conway: Hughes.

Cork Woods.

Corn supply: Arnold.

Cornwall: Langdon, Lewis.

Crakeplace Hall: Nicholson.

Crannogs Kelly, Vigors.

Cromwell (Oliver): Fraser, Haines.
Crosses: Lowe, Macalister.
Cumberland: Collingwood, Ferguson,
Haverfield, Hodgson, Whitehead,
Wilson. See " Bewcastle," "Car-
lisle," "Crakeplace."

Cup and ring markings: Coles, Fer-
guson, Frazer, Haggart, Macken-

zie.

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Earthworks and mounds: Cole, Gann,
Hughes, Malden, Mortimer, Owen.
Easington: Savage.

Eastbourne: Dawson, Michell-Whitley.
Eccles: Palmer.

Ecclesiastical antiquities : André, Bates,

Betham, Bower. See "Churches."

"Church plate,"
""Church bells."
Economics: Arnold, Cartwright,
Cowper, Cunningham, Giuseppi,
Hodgson, Hudson, Jevons, Percy,
Reichel.

Education: Leadman, Little, Raven,
Round.

Edward I. (temp.): Leonard, Tout.
Edward III. (temp.): E.

Edward VI. (temp.): Wilson.

Egyptian antiquities: Boscawen, Clarke,
Price, Spurrell.

Elizabeth (Queen) temp.: Beazley,
Bülow, Carrington, Finch.
Ennis: Westropp.

Essex Essex, Waller.

:

chester."

See "Col-

Ethnography: Browne, Phené, Rhys.
Exeter Phear.

Farne Island: Huggup.

Farnworth: Cox.

Field names: Waller.

Flintshire Ebblewhite.

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FOLKLORE: Abercromby, Amery,

Andrews, Ashton, Barnes, Barrett,
Billson, Black, Browne, Burne,
Carmichael, Clodd, Colgan, Cook,
Craigie, Crawley, Crombie, Cuming,

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