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 (1886) Series: 1, Volume 8.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v-0)
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The Roman Camp at Low Borrow Bridge. Report of the Committee appointed Aug. 22, 1883; laid before the Society at Alston, July l0th, 1884
Anon. (pp. 1-6)
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Alston.
Rev W Nall, M.A. (pp. 7-20)
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Why Alston is in the Diocese of Durham, and in the County of Cumberland.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 21-28)
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Notes on Alston Manorial Records.
W. Nanson, B.A., F.S.A (pp. 29-39)
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The Earthworks near Kirkland, known as the Hanging Walls of Mark Antony.
J. G. Goodchild (pp. 40-47)
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The Traditions of Crosthwaite Church Belfry, Keswick.
J. Fisher Crosthwaite, F.S.A (pp. 48-54)
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An attempt to elucidate the meaning of Shears, combined with Clerical Emblems, on certain incised Grave-slabs, at Dearham and Melmerby.
Thomas Lees, M.A (pp. 55-59)
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Excursions and Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 60-69)
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Gosforth Registers.
Chales A. Parker, M.D., F.R.C.S.E (pp. 70-81)
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Camp on Infell, Ponsonby.
Chales A. Parker, M.D. (pp. 82-84)
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The Bloomeries of High Furness.
the Rev. T. Ellwood, B.A. (pp. 85-92)
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Killington, Kirkby Lonsdale, its Chapel Salary. No. I.
the Rev. Canon Ware, M.A (pp. 93-108)
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Killington, Kirkby Lonsdale, its Chapel Salary. No. 2.
the Rev. Canon Simpson, LL.D., F.S.A (pp. 109-119)
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Notes on the Parish Church of Dalton-in-Furness, North Lancashire.
John Fell, Dane Ghyll (pp. 120-134)
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The arms in the window at High House Hugill.
W. Wiper (pp. 134)
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The Bells of Carlisle Cathedral.
the Rev. H. Whitehead, M.A (pp. 135-165)
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The Seal used by the Archdeacon of Carlisle ; with Notes on the Seal of Chancellor Lowther.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 166-170)
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The Brough Inscription. From the Athenaeum of Nov. 22, 1884
Anon. (pp. 171-173)
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The Tombs of (i.) Margaret, Countess Dowager of Cumberland, and (ii.) Anne, Countess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset, and Montgomery, in Appleby Church.
R. S. Ferguson (pp. 174-185)
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Church Goods in Cumberland in 1552.
the Rev. H. Whitehead (pp. 186-204)
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The Brough Stone.
E. C. Clark, LL.D. (pp. 205-219)
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Some Ancient Dials in the Diocese of Carlisle.
Rev. W. S. Calverley, F.S.A (pp. 220-224)
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Some East Cumberland Superstitions.
Rev. H. J. Bulkeley (pp. 225-232)
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The Copes belonging to the Dean and Chapter Carlisle.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 233-236)
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Rosemary Dacre and the White Cockade, (an incident in the '45)
Ellen K. Goodwin (pp. 237-244)
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The Registers of Great Orton, Carlisle, 1568 to 1812.
the Rev. W. F. Gilbanks, M.A (pp. 245-256)
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Solway Moss.
W. Nanson, B.A., F.S.A (pp. 257-262)
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The Name of Cartmel.
Henry Fletcher Rigge (pp. 263-266)
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Oak Trough found in Eskdale, West Cumberland.
C. A. Parker, M.D (pp. 267-268)
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The Carlisle Bushel.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 269-279)
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The Registers and Account Books of the Parish of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 280-306)
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Excursions and Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 307-316)
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On (I) a Roman Altar, and (2) a Roman Sepulchral Slab recently found at Carlisle: with some Notes on (3) the Roman Bagpiper, and on (4) a figure found at Bewcastle in 1765 and now at Netherby. In various Letters, with Notes by The Editor.
Anon. (pp. 317-322)
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The Prehistoric Remains on Moordivock, near Ullswater.
M. Waistell Taylor, M.D., (Ed.) F.S.A., (Scot.) (pp. 323-347)
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Brampton XVIIth Century Presbyterians
Rev. H. Whitehead (pp. 348-372)
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The Beaumont Hoard, with some remarks on a pre-Roman road near Carlisle.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A., and C. F. Keary, F.S.A (pp. 373-381)
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The Earthworks and Keep, Appleby Castle.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 382-395)
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St. Lawrence's Church, Appleby.
Rev. Canon Arnold Mathews, M.A (pp. 396-403)
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Appleby Grammar School.
The Rev. John Heelis, M.A., Rector of Kirkby Thore (pp. 404-412)
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The Episcopal Residences of the Bishop of Carlisle, No. 1. Buley or Bewley Castle.
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A (pp. 413-415)
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Machell of Crackenthorpe.
E. Bellasis, Lancaster Herald (pp. 416-466)
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Calder Abbey.
Rev. A. G. Loftie, B.A (pp. 467-504)
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Church Bells in Cumberland Ward, No. 1.
Rev. H. Whitehead (pp. 505-531)
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In Memoriam. The death of the Rev. James Simpson, LL.D., F.S.A.,
Anon. (pp. 532-535)
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List of Members
Anon. (pp. 536-547)
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