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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 4.3 (1881)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 4.3 (1881)- Cover

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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-ninth annual general meeting, May 26, 1879. With an abstract of the proceedings of the society, 1878-1879.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. i-xxiv)
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XIV. Description of a Mediaeval Merchant's Mark, and some Remarks upon Seals of the same period.
Reginald Dutton, Esq., Trinity College (pp. 187-194)
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XV. On an Ancient Canoe found imbedded in the Fen-Peat near Magdalen Bend, on the River Ouse, in the County of Norfolk
W. Marshall, Esq., of Ely (pp. 195-206)
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XVI. On the Maces of the Esquire Bedellsm and the Mace formerly borne by the Yeoman Bedell.
A. P. Humphrey, Esq., M. A., Trinity College (pp. 207-218)
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XVII. Description of an Old Wooden Tankard.
Dr G. Mackenzie Bacon, M. A. (pp. 219-222)
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XVIII. History of the Peal of Bells belonging to King's College, Cambridge.
J. W. Clark, Esq., M. A., Trinity College (pp. 223-244)
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XIX. Notes upon Discoveries made during the recent restoration of Landbeach Church.
Rev. Bryan Walker, L. L. D., Rector (pp. 245-258)
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XX. On the Table of Distances between different Towns given by Holinshed in his description of England.
Rev. J. B. Pearson, D. D., Emmanuel College (pp. 259-270)
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XXI. On "La Maison Plantin" at Antwerp.
J. E. Foster, Esq., M. A., Trinity College (pp. 271-276)
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XXII. On nine Roman signets lately found in the lead-mines at Chapterhouse on Mendip.
Rev. S. S. Lewis, M. A., Corpus Christi College (pp. 277-284)
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XXIII. On the Old Provost's Lodge of King's College, with special reference to the Furniture.
J. W. Clark, Esq., M. A., Trinity College (pp. 285-312)
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Report and Communications. Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-ninth annual general meeting, May 26, 1879, with an abstract of the proceedings of the society, 1878-1879. Also Communications made to the society. No. XXI. Being No. 3 of the fourth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 7 Mb