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[Those marked with an asterisk* are now for the first time included in the index;
the others are continuations from the index of 1891.]

Archæologia, vol. liii, part i.

Archeologia Eliana, N.S., vol. xvi.

Archæologia Cambrensis, 5th S., vol. ix.

*Archæologia Oxoniensis, part ii.

Archæological Journal, vol. xlix.

*Belfast Naturalists' Field Club, Transactions, 2nd S., vol. iii.

Berkshire Architectural and Antiquarian Society, Journal, vol. ii.

*Birmingham and Midland Institute, Transactions, vol. xviii.

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Transactions, vol. xvi.

British Archeological Association, Journal, vol. xlviii.

British Architects (Royal Institute of), Transactions, N.S., vol. viii.

Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Proceedings, vol. viii, part i.

Clifton Antiquarian Club, vol. ii, part iii.

Cornwall, Royal Institution of, Transactions, vol. xi.

Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archæological Society, Transa
tions, vol. xii.

Derbyshire Archæological and Natural History Society, Journal, vol. xv.

Devon Association, Transactions, vol. xxiii and xxiv.

*Essex Archæological Society, Transactions, N.S., vol. iv.

Folklore (Folklore Society), vol. iii.

Glasgow Archæological Society, Transactions, N.S., vol. ii, part ii.

Hellenic Studies, Journal of, vol. xiii.

Huguenot Society, Publications of, vol. iii.

Numismatic Chronicle, 3rd S., vol. xii.

*Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, Transactions, vol. ix and x.

*London and Middlesex Archæological Society, Transactions, N.S., vol. i.

Royal Irish Academy, Proceedings, 3rd S., vol. ii.

St. Albans Architectural and Archæological Society, Transactions, 1890 and 1893.

St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society, Transactions, vol. iii.

Shropshire Archeological and Natural History Society, Transactions, 2nd S., vol. iv

Somersetshire Archæological and Natural History Society, Transactions, vol. xxxvii.

The following had not been issued in time for this Index :

Bath Field Club, Proceedings.
Berwickshire Naturalists' Club.
Bucks, Records of.

Glastonbury Antiquarian Society.

Hants Field Club.

Warwickshire Field Club.

Salisbury Field Club.

Leicestershire Ant. and Arch. Soc.
Wincanton Club.

Y Cymmrodor.

Sussex Arch. Soc.

Norfolk Archæology.

Note.-The Transactions of Devonshire Association, vol. xxiii, and of Lancashire
and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, vol. ix, are both for the year 1891 but were
issued too late to include in last year's index.


IN 1892.

ABERCROMBY (HON. J.). Magic songs of the Finns.

Folklore iii.

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An analysis of certain Finnish origins. Folklore iii. 309

336. ADAMSON (REV. C. E.). The manor of Haltwhistle. Arch. Eliana N.S. xvi. 162-176.

The Church of Haltwhistle. Arch. Eliana N.S. xvi. 177

188. AITCHISON (G., A.R.A.). Byzantine architecture. Trans. R. I. B. A. N.S. viii. 221-264.

ALFORD (REV. D. P., M.A.). "Dick of Devonshire." Devon. Assoc. xxiv. 431-440.

ALLEN (J. ROMILLY, F.S.A. Scot.). Early Norman sculpture at Lincoln and Southwell. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlviii. 292–299.

On the pressing need of a museum to contain a collection of casts, models, and photographs, illustrative of early art and architecture in Great Britain. Arch. Oxon., Part 2, 75-80.

Report on the sculptured stones older than A.D. 1100, with symbols and Celtic ornament, in the district of Scotland south. of the river Dee; obtained under the Victoria Jubilee Gift of His Excellency Dr. R. H. Gunning, F.S.A. Scot. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxvi. 251–259.

Notes on the ornamentation of the early Christian monuments of Wiltshire. Wilts Arch. and N. H. Mag. xxvii. 50–65.

Notes on the antiquities in co. Kerry, visited by the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, and the Cambrian Archæological Association, August, 1891. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland 5th S. 11, 158-170; 255-284.

AMERY (P. F. S.). Eleventh report of the committee on Devonshire

folklore. Devon. Assoc. xxiv. 49–54.

AMERY (P. F. S.). A chapter in Devonshire history: County defence.
in 1794-97. Devon. Assoc. xxiv. 214-218.

ANDERSON (J., LL.D.). Notice of the discovery of a hoard of the bronze
age, consisting chiefly of personal ornaments of bronze, amber,
and gold, at Balmashanner, near Forfar. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot.
xxvi. 182-188.

Notice of a bronze bell of Celtic type at Forteirot, Perth-
shire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxvi. 434-439.

ANDRÉ (J. L., F.S.A.). Widows and vowesses. Arch. Journ. xlix. 69–


Charlwood Church.


Surrey Arch. Soc. xi. 3-24.
Trans. Lanc. and Chesh. Antiq. Soc. x.

ARMFIELD (REV. H. T., M.A., F.S.A.). On some ancient boulders scat-
tered in the district of the Colnes. Essex Arch. Soc. N.S. iv.

ARNOLD-BEMROSE (H., M.A., F.G.S.). The Derby Company of Mercers.
Jour. Derbysh. Arch, and N. H. Soc. xv. 113-160.

AUDEN (H. M.). Shrewsbury Corporation Insignia. Trans. Shrop-
shire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iv. 118.

AXON (ERNEST). Bibliography of Lancashire and Cheshire antiqui-
ties. Trans. Lanc. and Chesh. Antiq. Soc. ix. 211-221; x. 230-

Axox (W. E. A.). The symbolism of the five wounds of Christ.
Trans. Lanc. and Chesh. Antiq. Soc. x. 67-77.

Manchester and Macclesfield Pardon brasses. Trans. Lanc.
and Chesh. Antiq. Soc. x. 99-110.

BAGNALL-OAKELEY (MARY ELLEN). Ancient sculptures in the south
porch of Malmesbury Abbey Church. Bristol and Glouc. Arch.
Soc. xvi. 16-19.

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Ladies' costume in the Middle Ages, as represented on
the monumental effigies and brasses. Bristol and Glouc. Arch.
Soc. xvi. 111-126.

BAILEY (G.). Roman and other coins found at Little Chester; with
historical notes, &c. Jour. Derbysh. Arch. and N. H. Soc. xv. 20-25.
BAILEY (G.). Old gravestones discovered at S. Peter's, Derby, 1891-2.
Jour. Derbysh. and Arch. N. H. Soc. xv. 65-66.

BAIN (J., F.S.A. Scot.). Sir John Robsart and his daughter Amy, the
first wife of Leicester. Arch. Jour. xlix. 161-163.

Remarks suggested by Dr. Raven's "Caledonian Cam-
panology." Arch. Jour. xlix. 329-332.

BAKER (F. B.). Some coin types of Asia Minor. Num. Chron. 3rd S.
xii. 89-97.
BALFOUR (HENRY). Stone implements from the Malay Peninsula in
the Pitt-Rivers museum. Arch. Oxon. Part 2, 85–90.
BARING-GOULD (REV. S.). An ancient settlement on Trewortha Marsh.
Roy. Inst. Corn. xi. 57–70.

BARKLY (SIR HENRY, K.C.B., G.C.M.G.). Arnold de Berkeley, Baron
of the Exchequer, 1264. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xvi. 167-182.
BATES (C. J.). The names of persons and places mentioned in the
early lives of St. Cuthbert. Arch. Eliana N.S. xvi. 81-92.
BATESON (E.). Notes of a journey from Oxford to Embleton and back
in 1464. Arch. Eliana N.S. xvi. 113-120.

BATHER (A. G.). The bronze fragments of the Acropolis. Jour. Hell.
Stud. xiii. 124–130.

BAXTER (REV. G. C., F.S.A. Scot.). Some unrecorded relics in the
parishes of Cargill, Scone, and St. Martin's. Proc. Soc. Antiq.
Scot. xxvi. 221-224.

BAZELEY (REV. W.). The architecture of Malmesbury Abbey Church.
Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xvi. 6-15.

Notes on the early English Lady Chapel of Gloucester
Cathedral built by Ralph and Olympias de Wylington, A.D. 1224.
Shropshire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iv. 183-198.

BEER (J. T., F.S.A. Scot.). Notice on a submarine deposit of Samian
ware off the coast of Kent. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxvi. 49–

BEGG (J.). Impressions of a Pugin student during his tour (1890).
Trans. R.I.B.A., N.S. viii. 365-386.

BELCHER (ERNEST). The history of Moreton-in-Marsh. Bristol and
Glouc. Arch. Soc. xvi. 52–60.

BELCHER (J.), FRITH (W. S.), and LEE (T. S.).

Sculpture and sculp-

tors' methods in relation to architecture. Trans. R.I.B.A., N.S.
viii. 49-64.

BELLEROCHE (E.). The siege of Ostend; or the new Troy. Publus.
Huguenot Soc. iii. 427-539.

BELTRAMI (LUCA). The central pillars of Milan Cathedral. Trans.
R.I.B.A., N.S. viii. 265-272.

BENNETT (NORMAN). On some antiquities found during the recent
excavations on Messrs. Foster's premises in Silver Street.
Cambridge Antiq. Soc. Proc. viii. 58-60.

BENT (J. T., F.S.A.). Notes on some remarkable remains at Zimbabwe,
Mashonaland. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiv. 165–169.

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