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Volume 24 (1867) - Table of Contents

Prelims
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Inaugural Discourse at the Annual Meeting of the Institute in London, July, 1866 (pp 1-12)
Samuel Birch, LL.D., F.S.A.
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Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns found in Anglesey and North Wales (pp 13-34)
From notices communicated by the Hon. William O. Stanley, M.P.
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Notice of a Sword of State bearing the Name of Pope Sixtus V (pp 35-38)
Edmund Waterton, F.S.A.
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Excavation of a Circular Chamber at Tapock, in the Torwood, Stirlingshire (pp 39-44)
Brig.-General Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Seal, set with an Intaglio of Laocoon, used by Thomas Colyns, Prior of Tywardreth (pp 45-54)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Contract for Building a Hall at Hammes, Sussex (pp 55-58)
Joseph Burtt, Assistant Keeper of The Public Records
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Inaugural Address, at the Annual Meeting of the Institute held at Kingston-upon-Hull, July, 1867 (pp 83-91)
Lord Archbishop of York, D.D.
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Mediaeval Military Architecture in England (pp 92-109, 319-339)
George T. Clark, F.S.A.
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Antiquities of Bronze found in Devonshire (pp 110-122)
Charles Tucker, F.S.A.
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Roovesmore Fort, and Stones inscribed with Oghams, in the Parish of Aglish, County Cork (pp 123-139)
Colonel Augustus Lane Fox, F.S.A.
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The Blacas Gems (pp 140-148, 203-221, 300-314)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Roman Coins struck in Britain (pp 149-160)
J.F.W. De Salis
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Notes on some Vestiges of Roman Occupation in Dorset (pp 161-170)
Rev. John H. Austen, M.A., F.G.S.
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Charter of Queen Elizabeth to the Hospital of St. Lawrence de Ponteboy, Bodmin (pp 171-178)
Edward Smirke and Albert Way
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Note on the Restoration of the Laocoon (pp 188)
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Some Account of the Discovery of a Gold Cup in a Barrow in Cornwall (pp 189-195)
Edward Smirke, Vice-Warden of the Stannaries
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Supplementary notices relating to a Gold Cup, and also to some other Gold Relics found in Cornwall (pp 195-202)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Stanley Monument in Lichfield Cathedral (pp 222-225)
J. Hewitt
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Remarks on the Stanley Effigy at Lichfield (pp 226-228)
Very Rev. Canon Rook, D.D.
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On the Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations in Holyhead Island, called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod (pp 229-242)
Hon. William Owen Stanley, M.P.
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Notices of Relics found in and near the Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, in Holyhead Island (pp 243-288)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Letters of Confraternity granted by the Master and Brethren of Burton Lazars to John Tod and his Wife (pp 265-266)
William Beamont
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The Roman Station at Slack, in the West Riding of Yorkshire (pp 289-314)
Fairless Barber, Hon. Sec. Huddersfield Archaeol. and Topogr. Association
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Helmet of the Fourteenth Century, and other objects in the Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich (pp 315-317)
Brig.-Gen. Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Mail-maker of the Fourteenth Century, from an Illumination in the British Museum (pp 318)
J . Hewitt
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Will of Richard de Elmham, Canon of St. Martin's-le-Grand, London (pp 340-344)
Joseph Burtt, with observations by Albert Way
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General Index (pp 387-392)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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