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INDEX OF ARCHEOLOGICAL PAPERS.
CLARKE (J. F. MOSTYN). The Geology of the Bridgwater Railway: a brief account of Lias cuttings through the Poeden Hills in Somerset. Bath Field Club Proc. vii.
CLARKE (SOMERS, F.S.A.). Fall of one of the central pillars of Seville Cathedral. Trans. R.I.B.A. N.S. vii. 169–194.
Collapse of a portion of the Cathedral Church of Seville. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 72-81.
CLARKSON (S. FLINT). The connection of Hitchin with Elstow. Trans. St. Albans Archit. and Arch. Soc. for 1889, 71-76.
St. Mary's Church, Hitchin. Trans. St. Albans Archit. and Arch. Soc. for 1889, 64-70.
Stones found in the Abbey Orchard Field, St. Albans. Trans. St. Albans Archit. and Arch. Soc. for 1889, 59–63. CLODE (C. M., F.S.A.). Sir John Yorke, Sheriff of London (temp. Henry VIII-Mary). Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 278
CLOTHIER (J. W. C.). Roman villas in the neighbourhood of Glastonbury. Glastonbury Antiq. Soc. 56-64.
Cocks (A. H., M.A.).
Local Words of S. Bucks, especially the
Thames Valley. Records of Bucks, vii. 61–70.
CODRINGTON (REV. R. H., D.D.). On the traditional connexion of the Sussex and Gloucestershire families of Selwyn. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 163-165.
COOPER (REV. T. S.). The Church plate of Surrey. Surrey Arch. Soc. x. 316-368.
COSSON (BARON DE, F.S.A.).
Arsenals and Armourers in Southern
COWPER (H. S., F.S.A.). Bone chessmen and draughtsmen. Arch.
The domestic candlestick of iron in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Furness. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 105-127.
Hudleston Monuments and Heraldry at Millom, Cumber-
and MAXWELL (SIR H. E., BART., M.P.). Hardknott Castle, Cumberland. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 228-233.
Cox (REV. J. CHARLES, LL.D., F.S.A.). Benefactions of Thomas Heywood, Dean (1457-1492) to the Cathedral Church of Lichfield. Archæologia, lii. 617-646.
INDEX OF ARCHÆOLOGICAL PAPERS.
Cox (REV. J. CHARLES, LL.D., F.SA.). Sheriffs' precepts for the county of Derby, temp. Commonwealth. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 69-72.
An Anglo-Saxon cemetery near Saxby, Leicestershire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 331-335.
Seal of the Hundred of Langley, Glouc. Trans. Bristol and Glouc. Arch. Soc. xv. 190-194.
CRIPPS (WILFRED, C.B., F.S.A.). Bronze grave-chalice from Hexham Priory Church. Arch. Eliana, N.S. xv. 192–194.
CRISP (F. A.). Surrey Wills.
Surrey Arch. Soc. x. 143-149,
CROSSMAN (MAJOR-GENERAL SIR W.). Recent excavations at Holy Island Priory. Berwickshire Nat. Club, xiii. 225–240.
Chapel of St. Cuthbert in the sea.
Club, xiii. 241-242.
CROWTHER (H.). The Pozo Pictorial inscribed stone. Roy. Inst.
Corn. x. 403-417.
CROWTHER (G. F.). A pax penny attributed to Witney. Jour. Numis. Soc. 3rd S. xi. 161–163.
Pennies of William I and William II. Jour. Numis.
Soc. 3rd S. xi. 25–33.
CUMING (H. S.). Syllabub and Syllabub vessels. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlvii. 212–215.
Vessels of Samian Ware. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlvii.
DARTNELL (G. E.) and GODDARD (REV. E. H.). Contributions towards a Wiltshire Glossary. Wilts Arch. and N. H. Mag. xxvi. 84-169.
DASENT (A. I.). Church Plate in Berks. Quart. Jour. Berks A. and A. Soc. ii. 76–82.
DAVEY (W. E.). (Bronze) antiquities found near Lampeter. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 235.
DAVIES (A. M.). Some Norman details in Romsey Abbey. Hants Field Club, ii. 8-14.
DAVIES-COCKE (T. B.). Ewloe Castle, Flintshire. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 1-7.
DAVIS (C. T.). Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire. Arch. Jour. xlviii. 19–28.
DAVYS (REV. CANON, M.A.).
On St. Helen's Church, and the
ecclesiastical history of Wheathampstead. Trans. St. Albans Archit. and Arch. Soc. for 1889, 12-22.
DAY (ROBERT). Bronze implemerts (from Ireland). Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 225-227.
On some medals of the loyal Irish Volunteers. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. i. 459-461.
An engraved medal of the loyal Irish Callan Volunteers, Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. i. 591-592.
DILLON (HON. H. A.). A letter of Sir Henry Lee, 1590, on the trial of Iron for Armour. Archæologia, li. 167-172.
Arms and Armour at Westminster, the Tower, and Greenwich, 1547. Archæologia, li. 219–280.
Sword of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Archæologia, li. 512-513.
MS. list of Officers of the London Trained Bands in 1643. Archæologia, lii. 129-144.
DIXON (D. D.). British burials on the Simonside Hills, Northumb. Arch. Eliana, N.S. xv. 23–32.
The Old Coquetdale Volunteers.
Arch. Eliana, N.S.
Old Coquetdale Customs, Salmon Poaching. Arch. Eliana, N.S. xv. 144-153.
DIXON (G. H.) and NORTHESK (LORD). Cists and Urns found at Brackenhill, Cumberland. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 177-178.
DOHERTY (J. J.). Bells, their origin, uses, and inscriptions. Arch. Jour. xlviii. 45-64.
DOHERTY (W. J.). Some ancient crosses and other antiquities of Inishowen, co. Donegal. Roy. Irish Acad. 3rd S. ii. 100116.
DOLI MAN (F. T.). Priory Church of St. Mary Overie, Southwark. Trans. R.I.B.A., N.S. vii. 389–397.
DREDGE (J. I.). Devon Bibliography. Devon. Assoc. xxii. 324–356. DREW (T.). Surroundings of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick de Insula, Dublin. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. i. 426432.
DRINKWATER (H.). St. Michael's Church, Oxford. Jour. Brit.
Arch. Assoc. xlvii. 56–57.
St. Mary's Church, Iffley. Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. xlvii.
58-59. DRINKWATER (REV. C. H., M.A.). Bailiffs' accounts of Shrewsbury, 1275-1277. Trans. Shropshire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iii.
DRINKWATER (REV. C. H., M.A.). Shrewsbury Tax Roll of 1352. Trans. Shropshire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iii. 265-274.
Grant of a garden in Murivance, Shrewsbury, by John Hoord, 1481. Trans. Shrophire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iii. 275-280.
DUCKETT (SIR G.). Evidences of the Barri family of Manorbeer and Olethan with other early owners of the former in Pembrokeshire. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. viii. 190-208, 277296.
Ordinance for the better observance of obits, &c., throughout Cluniac monasteries. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 39-42.
Brief notices on Monastic and Ecclesiastical Costume. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 60-82.
Gundreda, Countess of Warenne. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 166–176.
DUIGNAN (W. H.). The will of Wulfgate of Donnington. Trans. Shropshire A. and N. H. S. 2nd S. iii. 36-40.
DUNKIN (E.). Presidential address. Roy. Inst. Corn. x. 303
DUNKIN (E. H. W.). Calendar of deeds and documents in the possession of the Sussex Archæological Society. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 137-140.
DYMOND (C. W., F.S.A.). Barnscar; an ancient settlement in Cumberland. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 179-187.
An ancient village near Yanwath, Westmorland; an ancient village in Hugill, Westmorland. Trans. Cumb. and Westm. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. xii. 1-5, 6-14.
EARWAKER (J. P.). A small stone vessel from the inside of an early British urn found in a barrow on a hill above Penmaenmawr, North Wales. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii.
Roman inscriptions at Chester. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd
Recent discovery of urns at Penmaenmawr.
Roman inscriptions at Chester.
5th S. viii. 77-73.
EDWARDS (F. A.). Early Hampshire printers. Hants Field Club,
ELGER (T. G.). Recent discoveries (Romano-British) at Kempston near Bedford. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 240.
ELLIS (F.). Pottery and other remains found on RomanoBritish sites near Bristol. Proc. Clifton Antiq. Club, ii. 157163.
ELY (T., M.A., F.S.A.). Armorial devices on black-figured vases at Berlin. Archæologia, li. 477–484.
EMBLETON (D., M.D.). Company of Barber Surgeons and Wax and Tallow Chandlers of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Arch. Eliana, N.S. xv. 228.
ENYS (J. D.), and JEFFERY (H. M.). Composition between the Vicar of Gluvias, and the Burgesses of Penryn, A.D. 1322. Roy. Inst. Corn. x. 349-353.
ESTCOURT (A. H.). The ancient borough of Newtown alias Franchville (I. W.). Hants Field Club, ii. 89-109.
EVANS (A. J., M.A., F.S.A.). On a late-Celtic urn-field at Aylesford, Kent, and on the Gaulish, Illyro-Italic, and Classical Connexions of the forms of pottery and bronze-work there discovered. Archæologia, lii. 315-388.
EVANS (JOHN, F.R.S., P.S.A.). Exploration of a Barrow at Youngsbury, near Ware. Archæologia, lii. 287-296.
A glass bottle of the Roman period from Cyprus. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xiii. 103-105.
The Progress of Archeology. Arch. Jour. xlviii. 251
A new coin of Dubnovellaunus. Jour. Numis. Soc. 3rd S. xi. 108.
Rare or unpublished Roman medallions. Jour. Numis. Soc. 3rd S. xi. 152-160.
EYRE (ARCHBISHOP). The episcopal seals of the ancient diocese of Glasgow. Glasgow Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 44-62.
FAIRBANK (F. R., M.D., F.S.A.). Brasses in the Old Deanery of Doncaster. Yorks Arch. and Topog. Jour. xi. 71–92.
Brasses in Howden Church, Yorks. Yorks Arch. and Topog. Jour. xi. 169-173.
FAWCETT (W. M., M.A., F.S.A.). Recent discoveries in Linton Church, Cambs. Proc. Cambridge Antiq. Soc. vii. 15-16. FENTON (A. J.). Extracts relating to Sussex from Exchequer Special Commissions, &c. Sussex Arch. Collns. xxxviii. 141-159.
FERGUSON (PROF. J., M.A., F.S.A.). Bibliographical Notes on