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Folklore, Proceedings of the Folklore Society, vol. x.

Glasgow Archæological Society, vol. iii.

Hampshire Field Club and Archæological Society, vol. iv. pt. 1.
Hampstead Antiquarian and Historical Society, 1898.

Huguenot Society, vol. vi. pt. 2.

Kildare Archæological Society, Journal, vols. ii. and iii. pt. 1.

Lancashire and Cheshire Historic Society, Transactions, 4th ser. vol. xiv. Leicestershire Architectural and Archæological Society, Transactions, vol. viii. pt. 6.

Montgomeryshire Collections, vol. xxxi., pts. 1 and 2.

* Monumental Brass Society, Transactions, vols. ii. and iii.

Norfolk and Norwich Archæological Society, vols. xiii and xiv. pt. 1.
Numismatic Chronicle, 3rd S. vol. xix.

* Oxford University Brass-rubbing Society, Journal, vol. 1.

Royal Historical Society, Transactions, N.S. vol. xiii.

Royal Institute of Great Britain, vol. xv. pt. 3.

Royal Irish Academy, Transactions, 3rd ser. vol. v. pts. 2 and 3.
Royal Society of Literature, Transactions, vol. xx. pts. 2, 3, and 4.

St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society, Transactions, vol. iv. pt. 4.

Shropshire Archæological and Natural History Society, Transactions, 2nd S. vol. xi.

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

Staffordshire, William Salt Archæological Society, Transactions, vol. xix. Suffolk Archæological Institute, vol. x. pt. 2.

Surrey Archæological Society, Collections, vol. xiv. pt. 2.

Thoresby Society, vol. ix. pt. 2, x. pt. 1.

Yorkshire Archæological and Topographical Journal, vol. xv. pts. 3 and 4.


THIS Index was begun under the auspices of the Congress of Archæological Societies in union with the Society of Antiquaries. Its success being assured the Congress have placed it in the hands of the publishers to continue yearly.

The value of the Index to archæologists is now recognised. Every effort is made to keep its contents up to date and continuous, but it is obvious that the difficulties are great unless the assistance of the societies is obtained. If for any reason the papers of a society are not indexed in the year to which they properly belong, the plan is to include them in the following year; and whenever the papers of societies are brought into the Index for the first time they are then indexed from the year 1891.

By this means it will be seen that the year 1891 is treated as the commencing year for the Index, and that all transactions published in and since that year will find their place in the series.

To make this work complete an index of the transactions from the beginning of archæological societies down to the year 1890 needs to be published. The MS. of this Index is already completed, and it is now going through the press.

Societies will greatly oblige by communicating any omissions or suggestions to the editor, LAURENCE GOMME, F.S.A., 24, Dorset Square, London, N.W.

Single copies of the yearly Index from 1891 may be obtained. The subscription list for the complete Index up to 1891 is still open, and intending subscribers should apply at once to Messrs. ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE & Co. Many of the Societies in union with the Society of Antiquaries take a sufficient number of copies of the yearly Index to issue with their transactions to each of their members. The more this plan is extended the less will be the cost of the Index to each society.



ACTON (REV. J.). Iwerne church. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Antiq. Field Club, xvi. 44–47.

ADAMS (MAXWELL). A brief account of Ashton church and of some

of the Chudleighs of Ashton. Devon Assoc. xxxi. 185–198. ADAMSON (REV. C. E.). On an old tombstone to Ralph Niborne. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, v. 100.

Notes on the private account books of a lady of the last. century. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, v. 248-251.

Notes on Haltwhistle church. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vi. 34.

Notes relating to the franchise of Tyndale. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vi. 62-64.

John Dagnia, of South Shields, glassmaker. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vi. 163–167.

Ancient vestries. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vi. 172. Religious communities in Durham and Northumberland. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vi. 268–276.

The smoke nuisance on Tyneside, temp. James I. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle, vii. 182.

AILSA (MARQUIS OF). Notes on the excavation of a mound called Shanter Knowe, near Kirkoswald, Ayrshire. Ayrshire and Galloway Arch. Coll. vii. 93-97.

AIRE, survey of the river, from Leeds to Weeland. Thoresby Soc. ix. 193-195.

ALCOCK (ALEXANDER M.). The French colony of Innishannon. Huguenot Soc. vi. 180.


Dundonald, its bell and surroundings.

Ayrshire and Galloway Arch. Coll. vii. 80-82.

ALLEN (J. ROMILLY). Early Christian art in Wales. Arch. Camb.

xvi. 1-69.

AMERY (P. F. S.). Sixteenth report of the committee on Devonshire folklore. Devon Assoc. xxxi. 110-119.

ANDERSON (JOSEPH). Notice of a Highland brooch in silver, ornamented with niello, exhibited by Mr. T. S. Omond; and of other Highland brooches in silver and brass. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxxiii. 57-67.

Notes on three buttons of jet or cannel-coal found in a cist at Old Windymains, Keith Marischal, East Lothian. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxxiii. 68-69.

Notices of articles of pottery, glass, stone, bronze, iron and lead, found in the course of the excavations at Birrenswark. Soc. Ant. Scot. xxxiii. 243–249.

ANDRÉ (J. LEWIS). Ritualistic ecclesiology of north-east Somerset. Arch. Journ. lvi. 144–158.

ANDREWS (R. T.). The grotto. East Herts Arch. Soc. 1899, pt. 3, 8-11.



Sacombe church. East Herts Arch. Soc. 1899, pt. 5,

Watton church. East Herts Arch. Soc. 1899, pt. 5,

ANDREWS (S.). A short list of some tumuli in north Hampshire. Hampshire Field Club and Arch. Soc. iv. 47–50.

ANDREWS (W. F.). Chadwell spring; the new river head. East Herts. Arch. Soc. 1899, 13.

ARDSCULL, the moat of. Kildare Arch. Soc. ii. 186–196.

ARKWRIGHT (REV. W. HARRY). Letters from Tanner MSS. Derbyshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxi. 84-89.

ASTLEY (REV. H. J. DUKINFIELD). Northborough church and manor house, in connection with Cromwell and the Claypoles. Arch. Assoc. N.S. v. 122-140.

ASTON (W. G.). Japanese myth.

Folklore, x. 294–323.

Notes on a Bristol manuscript

missal. St. Paul's Eccles. Soc. iv. 277–292.

Notes on a manuscript Sarum missal in the Bristol museum.

St. Paul's Eccles. Soc. iv. 293–296.

ATKINSON (REV. CANON). Derivation and meaning of the place-name, Masthill. Yorks Arch. Soc. xv. 403-407.

AXON (WILLIAM E. A.). Ortensio Lando, a humourist of the renaissance. Roy. Soc. Lit. xx. 159-196.

BADDELEY (ST. CLAIR). S. Bartholomew and his cult in mediæval times. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xxi. 147–162.

BAILDON (W. PALEY). Lincoln's Inn Chapel. St. Paul's Eccles. Soc. iv. 252-262.

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