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Fittleton and Hackleston: Notes of Manorial Descent
The Downs: By the Rev. EDWARD PEACOCK, M.A.
A Geological Sketch of the Valley of the Kennet: By the Rev. JOHN
Another Guess at the Name of Tan Hill: By the Rev. H. T. KINGDON 287-289
Ancient Statutes of Heytesbury Almshouse: Communicated by the
Extracts from a Common-place Book of Dr. Stukeley
Annual Meeting and Report, 1868
Inventory of Chantry Furniture, A.D. 1472, Hungerford Chapel,
Salisbury Cathedral: From the Rev. CANON JACKSON, F.S.A.
Ancient Houses at Potterne, Wilts, (Photograph) 1. Ground plan of the Parish
Church of All Cannings, Wilts, 20. Leaf and Lozenge-shaped Javelin-heads
of Flint from an Oval Barrow on Winterbourne Stoke Down, 43. Leaf-
shaped Arrow-head of Flint, from Long Barrow at Fyfield, Wilts, 47. Town
Seal of Wokingham, 60. Wokingham Tradesman's Token, 68. South
Doorway of Wokingham Church, 71. Font in Wokingham Church, 74.
Blade of an Iron Clasp Knife, and Whetstone, found in the Diggings at
Plan of Church, and Figure of the Angel Gabriel, 183. West Window, 184.
Decorated Buttress, 184. Altar Tomb at Etchilhampton, 185. Figures on
ditto, 186. Font, 185.-Pedigree of Ernle, 192. Ditto of Provender, 203.
Goddard Brass, 339. Fig. 1, Junction of London Clay and Woolwich and
Reading Beds at Kintbury Brickyard, North of Pebble Hill, 272. Fig. 2,
Gravel-pit on Inkpen Common, 277. Fig. 3, Layer of Gravel from Inkpen
Common to Wickham, 278. Fig. 4, Section in the Alluvium of the Kennet,
S. W. of Thatcham Station, 281. Fig. 5, Sections in the Alluvium of the
Kennet, west of Newbury, 281. Fig. 6, Beaver's Jaw, 282. Fig. 7, Skull
of Bos Primigenius, Newbury, 283. Fig. 8, Humerus of Bos Primigenius,
284. Fig. 9, Humerus of Modern Ox, 284. Section of Wall's Quarry, North
of Minchinhampton, 317. Plan of Corsham Down and Box-hill Quarries,
Figs. 1 and 2, Section and Elevation of Workings of ditto, 324.
Figs. 3 and 4, Ditto, 326. Quarry at Yatton Kennel, 328. Forest Marble
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THE HISTORY OF THE PARISH OF ALL CANNINGS: By the Rev. W.
ON LEAF AND LOZENGE-SHAPED FLINT JAVELIN HEADS, FROM AN
OVAL BARROW NEAR STONEHENGE: By John Thurnam, M.D.,
FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS RELATING TO THE ANCIENT STATE OF THE
TOWN OF WOKINGHAM, IN THE COUNTIES OF BERKS AND WILTS:
By the late F. A. Carrington, Esq.
NOTES ON SOME WORKED FLINTS, FOUND AT ST. MARY BOURne:
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QUERIES RELATING TO STONEHENGE
A REPORT OF DIGGINGS MADE IN SILBURY HILL, AND IN THE
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Wokingham Tradesman's Token
Ancient Houses at Potterne, Wilts, (Photograph)
Leaf and Lozenge-shaped Javelin-heads of Flint. From an Oval
South Doorway of Wokingham Church...
Blade of an Iron Clasp Knife, and Whetstone, found in the
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