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FRAZER (W.). A series of coloured drawings of scribed stones in the Lough Crew cairns, by the late G. V. Du Noyer. Roy. Irish Acad. 3rd S. i. 451-453.
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FRAZER (W.). Bog butter; its history, with observations; a dish of wood found in a bog at Ballymoney; a primitive wooden milk churn. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. i. 583-588.
FREER (JOHN). Elwyndale and its three towers. Berwickshire Nat. Club, xiii. 189-203.
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