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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 6.1 (1887)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 6.1 (1887)- Cover

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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its forty-fifth annual general meeting, May 18, 1885. With Appendix.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. i-xlix)
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I. On various Inscriptions and supposed Inscriptions.
Rev. G. F. Browne, B. D., St Catharine's College (pp. 001-016)
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II. Upon Libere Tenentes, Virgatae, and Carucae in Domesday, and in certain ancient MSS. containing surveys of sixty manors in the counties of Hertford, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Huntingdon and Cambridge; and upon Wara, what it probably meant or implied, and the prevalent use of the word both here and on the Continent in ancient times.
O. C. Pell, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (pp. 017-040)
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III. On the supposed Roman camp at Whitley near Alston, and on the Maiden Way as a Roman Road.
Prof. Hughes (pp. 041-044)
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IV. On the Inquisitio Comitatus Catabrigiensis.
Rev. Bryan Walker, M. A., L. L. D., Corpus Christi College (pp. 045-064)
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V. On the Domesday geldable Hide, what it probably was and what it certainly was not; with an explanation of the Domesday terms terra ad caucam, carucata, and virgata from information contained in certain MSS. of the 13th century, including the Hundred Rolls.
O. C. Pell, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (pp. 065-176)
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Report and Communications. Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its forty-fifth annual general meeting, May 18, 1885, with an abstract of the proceedings of the society, 1884-1885. [Complete Volume] PDF 11 Mb