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HOPE (W. H. ST. JOHN, M.A., Asst. Sec. S.A.). The sculptured
Mace-head of the Borough of Ilchester.
Ancient brass mace of Bidford, Warwickshire. Proc.
Medieval sculptured tablets of alabaster called St. John's
St. John's Head of alabaster. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd
Brass of a lady in Gedney Church, Lincolnshire. Proc.
Pottery, metal boss, and bronze ring found at Revesby,
Three 15th century deeds: Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S.
Insignia and Plate of the Corporation of the City and
HOVENDEN (R., F.S.A.).
Registers of the Wallon or Strangers'
HOWLETT (E.). A grave slab of a priest in Harpswell Church
HUDD (A. E., F.S.A.). Roman coins from Failand. Proc. Clifton
HUGHES (PROF. T. M'K., M.A., F.S.A.. Antiquities found near
HUTCHINSON (REV. W., M.A.). Howdenshire: its rise and exten-
HYETT (F. A.). A rare Civil War Tract. Arch. Jour. xlviii.
IAGO (REV. W.). Roman inscription at Tintagel, Cornwall. Proc.
IAGO (REV. W.).
Recent discoveries in Cornwall, rock markings,
IRVINE (J.T.). Barholme Church, Lincolnshire. Jour. Brit. Arch.
Discoveries in Repton Church, Derbyshire. Jour.
Derbyshire Arch. and N. H. S. xiv. 158-160.
JACKSON (T. G., F.S.A.). Eagle House, Wimbledon. Surrey Arch.
JACOBS (JOSEPH). Childe Rowland. Folklore, ii. 182-196.
JAMES (M. R.). Fine Art as applied to Bible Illustrations. Proc.
JEFFERY (H. M.). Tudor Mansion at Trefusis in Mylor. Roy.
JENKINSON (F. H., M.A.).
Fragment of a book printed at Cam-
JEVONS (J. B.). Greek mythology. Folklore, ii. 220–241.
JOURDAIN (REV. F., M.A.). Chantries in Ashburne Church, Derby-
shire. Jour. Derbyshire Arch. and N. H. Soc. xiv. 141-157.
KERRY (REV. C.). Codnor Castle and its ancient owners. Jour.
Survey of the Honour of Peverel, 1250. Jour. Derby-
shire Arch. and N. H. S. xiv. 40–53.
Hermits, Fords, and Bridge Chapels. Jour. Derbyshire
Pedigree of the Strelleys of Strelley, Oakesthorpe
KERSHAW (S. W., M.A., F.S.A.). Refugee Settlements at Bristol.
The Manor House, Wandsworth. Surrey Arch. Soc. x.
KING (AUSTIN J.). Some memorials of Ralph Allen and William
KINGSBURY (REV. CANON). A Titular Bishop of Salisbury in the
KIRBY (T. F., M.A., F.S.A.).
Oratory of the Holy Trinity at
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KNOWLES (W. H.). Hospital of St. Mary, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
KNOWLES (W. J.). Prehistoric remains from the Sandhills of the
LAKE (W. C.). Origin of the Streets of Teignmouth and their
LANGDALE. Genealogia Antique Familie Langdalorum. Yorks
LANGDON (A. G.). Ornament on the early Crosses of Cornwall.
The Padstow Crosses. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlvii.
An ancient Cornish Cross in Sussex. Sussex Arch.
LANGRISHE (R.). The sieges of Athlone in 1690 and 1691. Roy.
LATCHMORE (F.). British coins from near Hitchin. Proc. Cam-
LATIMER (J). Civil and Military History of Bristol. Trans. Bristol
Two Ancient Bristol Mansions, Romsey's House and
Shall Trelawney die?
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LAWRENCE (L. A.). English silver coins issued between 1461 and
LAYARD (SIR H., G.C.B., D.C.L.).
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LEADMAN (A. D. H., F.S.A.). The Battle of Stamford Bridge;
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LEES (REV. T., M.A., F.S.A.). Church of St. Andrew, Greystoke,
LEFROY (the late GEN. SIR J. H., K.C.M.G., F.R.S.). Parochial
LEGG (J. W., M.D., F.S.A.). Inventory of the Vestry in West-
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LEICESTER. Registers of St. Nicholas' Church, Leicester. Trans.
LEVESON-GOWER (G. W. G., M.A., F.S.A.). Roman pottery found at
Specimen of the stone used by Admiral Tremlett to cut
LEWIS (B., M.A., F.S.A.). Roman Antiquities of Augsburg and
LEWIS (F. B.). Some early Surrey Parsons. Surrey Arch. Soc.
LINES (H. H.) and PHILLIPS (W.). Titterstone and other Camps
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LLYFR Siliu yn cynnwys achau amryw Deuluoedd yn
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Burghead as the site of an early Christian Church;
MACLEAN (SIR J., F.S.A.). Procurators' or Churchwardens'
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MACMICHAEL (J. H.). The horn book and its cognates. Jour. Brit.
MADDISON (REV. A. R.). A visitation of Lincoln Cathedral held by
MAGNUSSON (E., M.A.). The Stone of Joellinge, in Jutland. Proc.
MALAN (REV. A. H.). Altarnon Church. Roy. Inst. Corn. x. 263–
MALDEN (H. E.).
The Stane Street of the Parish of Capel.
MANNING (REV. C. R., M.A., F.S.A.). Will and codicil of Peter
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MANX OGHAMS. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 38-41.
MARKHAM (C. A.). The ancient MS. known as Liber Custumarum
MARTIN (REV. W.). Some fragments of sculptured stone found in
MAXWELL (COL. GRANT). Slava (The Servian National Custom).
MAXWELL (SIR H. E., BART., M.P.). Inaugural Address at Edia-
MAYHEW (REV. S. M.). Murra; its reproduction and original.