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The Congress has also issued a
REPORT ON THE
TRANSCRIPTION AND PUBLICATION
OF PARISH REGISTERS, &c.,
giving suggestions as to transcriptions, &c., and a list of printed registers and transcripts.
Copies may be had from the Secretary of the Congress, W. H. St. JOHN HOPE, Esq., Burlington House, London, W. Price 6d. each.
INDEX OF ARCHEOLOGICAL PAPERS PUBLISHED
ABERCROMBY (HON. J.). An Amazonian custom in the Caucasus.
Magic songs of the Finns. Folklore, ii. 31-49.
ACLAND-TROYTE (CAPT. J. E., M.A.). The harmonies contrived by Nicholas Ferrar at Little Gidding. Archæologia, li. 189-204, 485-488.
ADAMSON (HORATIO A.). Tynemouth Castle; the Eve of the
ALLEN (F. J.). A Photographic Survey of Somerset.
Somerset Arch. and N. H. Soc. xxxvii. pt. 2, 100–105. ALLEN (J. R.) Early Christian sculptured stones of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlvii. 156-171, 225-246.
A medieval thurible found at Penmaen in Gower. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 161–165.
ANDRE (J. L., F.S.A.). Symbolic Animals in English Art and Literature. Arch. Jour. xlviii. 210-240.
Mural Paintings in Sussex Churches. Sussex Arch.
Collns. xxxviii. 1-20.
West Grinstead Church and recent discoveries in that edifice. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 46–59.
ANDREWS (S.). Sepulchral slabs at Monk Sherborne. Hants Field Club, ii. 135-139.
ARNOLD (REV. F. H., M.A., LL.B.). Memoirs of Mrs. Oldfield,
&c. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 83-98.
ATKINSON (T. D.). House of the Veysy family in Cambridge.. Proc. Cambridge Antiq. Soc. vii. 93-103.
INDEX OF ARCHEOLOGICAL PAPERS.
BABER (REV. H.). The parish of Ramsbury, Wiltshire.
BAGNALL-OAKELEY (MRS.). Round Towers. Proc. Clifton Antiq. Club, 142-151.
Monumental Effigies of the Berkeley family. Trans. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xv. 89-102.
BAILDON (W. PALEY). The Elland Feud.
Jour. xi. 128-130.
Yorks Arch. and Topog.
BALFOUR (MRS. M. C.). Legends of the Lincolnshire Cars. Folklore, ii. 145-170, 257-283, 401-418.
BANKS (R. W.). Lingebrook Priory. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 185-189.
BARKER (W. R.). Monuments, &c., in the Mayor's Chapel, Bristol. Trans. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xv. 76-88. BARNES (HENRY, M.D., F.R.S.E.). Quarter Sessions Orders relating to the Plague in the county of Durham in 1665. Arch. Eliana, N.S. xv. 18-22.
BARROW-IN-FURNESS (LORD BP. OF). On a sculptured wooden figure at Carlisle. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 234-236.
BARRY (REV. EDMOND). Fifteen Ogham inscriptions recently discovered at Bally knock in the barony of Kinnatalloon, county Cork. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. i. 514–535.
BATTEN (JOHN). Additional notes on Barrington and the Strodes.
Notes and extracts from a memorandum book of Nicholas Carew (afterwards first Baronet of Beddington). 170-1708. Surrey Arch. Soc. x. 255–273.
Muster roll of troops raised in Surrey to be employed in the Low Countries, 1627. Surrey Arch. Soc. x. 280–282. BEDDOE (JOHN, M.D., F.R.S.). Inaugural Address-An apology for Archæology. Trans. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xv. 46-54.
BELL (E. F.). Carlisle medals of the '45. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 42-50.
BELLAIRS (COL. G. C.). Hallaton Church, Leicestershire, and recent discoveries there. Trans. Leic. A. and A. Soc. vii. 218-222.
BELOE (E. M., F.S.A.). The Great Fen Road and its path to the Sea. Proc. Cambridge Antiq. Soc. vii. 112-130.
BELOE (E. M., F.S.A.). The Mortuary or Absolution Cross.
BENSLY (W. T., LL.D., F.S.A.).
On some sculptured alabaster
panels in Norwich. Norfolk Archaeology, xi. 352-358.
BENT (J. T.). Journey in Cilicia Tracheia. Jour. Hell. Stud. xii.
BERRY (H. F.). The water supply of ancient Dublin. Roy. Soc.
BIRCH (W. DE GRAY). Some private grants of armorial bearings.
BLACKMORE (H. P., M.D.). On a Barrow near Old Sarum, Wilts.
BLANCHET (J. A.). Inedited Gold Crown of James V. with the
BOLINGBROKE (L. G.). Pre-Elizabethan Plays and Players in
BOUGHTON (THOMAS). Confession and Abjuration of Heresy, 1499.
BOURKE (CAPT. T. G.).
Folklore, ii. 419–454.
The religion of the Apache Indians.
BOWER (REV. R.). Piscinas in the Diocese of Carlisle. Trans.
BOYLE (J. R., F.S.A.). Christopher Hunter's copy of Bourne's
BREWER (H. B.). Churches in the neighbourhood of Cleves.
BRIDGEMAN (HON. AND REV. G. T. O.). Supplt. to History of the
Some account of the Family of Forester of Watling
BRIGGS (H. B.). History and characteristics of Plainsong. Trans.
BROCK (E. P. LOFTUS, F.S.A.). Churches of Middlesex. Trans.
BRODRICK (HON. G. C.). The ancient buildings and statutes of
BROOKE (THOS., F.S.A.). Advowson of Rotherham Church. Yorks
BROWN (WILLIAM). Pedes Finium Ebor. temp. Ricardi Primi.
BROWNE (CHARLES, M.A., F.S.A.). The Knights of the Teutonic
BROWNE (REV. G. F., B.D., F.S.A.). Stone with Runic inscription
BROWNING (A. G.), and KIRK (R. E. G.). The early history of
BROWNLOW (REV. CANON). St. Willibald, a west country pilgrim of
BRUSHFIELD (T. N.). A perforated stone implement found in the
BRUTON (E. G.). The town walls of Oxford. Jour. Brit. Arch.
BUCKLE (EDMUND, M.A.). The Old Archdeaconry, Wells. Proc.
Syriac and Coptic legends of St. George. Proc. Cam-
BUICK (REV. G. R.). Fresh facts about prehistoric pottery. Roy.
An ancient wooden trap, probably used for catching
BULKELEY-OWEN (HON. MRS.). History of the parish of Selattyn,
Shropshire. Trans. Shropshire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iii.
BULLEID (J. G. L.). The Benefice and Parish Church of Saint