Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1878) Series: 1, Volume 3.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-vi)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. vii-x)
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Excursions and Proceedings .
Anon. (pp. ix-xxxi)
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Bolton Church.
Charles J. Ferguson (pp. 1-8)
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Agricola's Line of March from Chester to the Solway
William Jackson, Esq (pp. 9-16)
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The Camp at Muncaster and certain Roman Discoveries there.
William Jackson, Esq (pp. 17-22)
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Walls Castle, Ravenglass.
Rev. Canon Knowles and William Jackson, Esq (pp. 23-26)
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On certain Plumbago Moulds found at Netherwasdale.
R. S. Ferguson, M.A. and LL.M (pp. 27-30)
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An account of Plumbland Old Church; its History, drawn from its remains, as they existed in 1868.
J. A. Cory, Esq (pp. 31-33)
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Torpenhow Church.
Rev. C. H. Gem, Vicar (pp. 34-42)
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On a Roman Camp on the south-east slope of Caermot, the probable Arbeia of Camden and other writers,
William Jackson, Esq (pp. 43-48)
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Kendal Parish Church Registers.
G. E. Moser, Esq (pp. 49-63)
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An attempt at a Survey of Roman Cumberland and Westmorland ; with remarks on Agricola's Line of March, and on the importance of the Camp at Old Carlisle, and on the loth Iter of Antoninus.
R. S. Ferguson, M.A. & LL.M (pp. 64-94)
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A Miscellany of Notes on Fragments in and near St. Bees.
Rev. Canon Knowles, M.A (pp. 95-98)
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The Orfeurs of High Close, Plumbland.
William Jackson, Esq (pp. 99-126)
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The Curfew Bell in Cumberland and Westmorland.
Miss Powley, Langwathby, Penrith (pp. 127-133)
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On the remains of a Stockade recently found in Carlisle,
R. S. Ferguson, M.A., LL.M., F.S.A (pp. 134-140)
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On certain Objects of Metal recently found in Carlisle,
J. A. Cory, Esq (pp. 141-143)
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The Shire and the County Tolls belonging to the City of Carlisle.
William Nanson, B.A (pp. 144-156)
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Over Denton Church.
Charles J. Ferguson, Esq (pp. 157-166)
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The Romans in Westmorland.
Cornelius Nicholson, F.G.S., F.S.A (pp. 167-174)
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Two Border Fortresses. Tryermain and Askerton Castles.
R. S. Ferguson, M.A., LL.D., F.S.A (pp. 175-181)
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An attempt at a Survey of Roman Cumberland and Westmorland, continued.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 182-189)
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Probable use of certain Stones found in the Ruins of Furness and Calder.
Rev. T. Lees (pp. 190-200)
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A Monk of Furness.
Rev. T. Lees (pp. 201-205)
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Extracts from the Cottonian MSS. relating to the Border Service. Communicated by Sir G. Duckett, Bart
Anon. (pp. 206-214)
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Bewcastle.
William Nanson, B.A (pp. 215-231)
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Piel Castle.
William Harrison, Esq., Barrow-in- Furness (pp. 232-240)
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Notes on Archaeological Remains in the Lake District.
J. Clifton Ward, F.G.S., of Her Majesty's Geological Survey (pp. 241-265)
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The Archaeology of the West Cumberland Coal Trade.
Isaac Fletcher, Esq., M.P., F.R.S (pp. 266-313)
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The Earlier Registers of Waberthwaite and Millom.
Rev. Canon Knowles (pp. 314-320)
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Observations on the Parentage of Gundreda, daughter of William, Duke of Normandy, and wife of William de Warenne.
Sir G. Duckett, Bart (pp. 321-336)
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A Contribution to the Map of Roman Cumberland.
John Dixon, Esq., Whitehaven (pp. 337-341)
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On and off the Road from Papcastle to Lamplugh Woodmoor.
William Dickinson, Esq. (pp. 342-347)
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Whitehaven ; its Streets, its principal Houses and their Inhabitants.
William Jackson, F.S.A (pp. 348-380)
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Numerals formerly used for Sheepscoring in the Lake Country, No. I.
Rev. T. Ellwood (pp. 381-384)
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Numerals formerly used for Sheepscoring in the Lake Country, No. II.
Rev. T. Ellwood (pp. 385-398)
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List of Members
Anon. (pp. 399-405)
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