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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 8.3 (1895)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 8.3 (1895)- Cover

Table of Contents

On an Etruscan inscription at Perugia.
Professor Clark (pp. 253-254)
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On some ancient ditsches and medieval remains found in the course of recent excavations near the Pitt Press.
Professor Hughes (pp. 255-283)
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On the assessments of Cambridgshire, 1291-1889.
Rev. J. B. Pearson, D. D. (pp. 283-291)
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On objects of antiquarian interest dug up in Trinity College.
W. White, Esq. (pp. 292-300)
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Exhibition of a Welsh wooden half-penny.
Professor Hughes (pp. 300-301)
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Revised Laws of the Society.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 301-303)
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On some twelfth century charters of the Priory of S. Radegund, Cambridge.
A. Gray, M. A. (pp. 304-313)
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On the antiquities of the immediate past.
Rev. C. L. Acland, M. A. (pp. 314-317)
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On a newly discovered dyke at Cherryhinton.
Profesor Hughes, Professor Macalister, and W. H. L. Duckworth, B. A. (pp. 317-330)
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On a British jar found at Haslingfield.
Professor Clark (pp. 331-332)
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On a MS. kept by John Duckworth of S. John's College, about 1670.
G. C. M. Smith, M. A. (pp. 333-337)
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On monuments to Cambridge men in the University of Padua.
Professor Darwin (pp. 337-347)
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On the first and other early Cambridge Newspapers.
R. Bowes, Esq. (pp. 347-358)
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Report of the Society for 1893-94.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 389-390)
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On ancient Libraries: (1) Christ Church Canterbury; (2) Citeaux, Clairvaux; (3) Zutphen, Enkhuizen.
J. W. Clark, M. A. (pp. 359-388)
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Exhibition, with description, of a crystal wyvern, and an English ring dial.
Professor Hughes (pp. 390-392)
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List of presents received during the year ending 16 May, 1894.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 393-398)
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Treasurer's report for the year ending 31 Decemebr, 1893.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 399-399)
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List of Council, elected 16 May, 1894.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 400-400)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 401-406)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 23 October, 1893 to 16 May, 1894. With Commnications made to the society. No. XXXVI. Being No. 3 of the eighth volume. (Second Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 8 Mb