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 (1891) Series: 1, Volume 11.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-v)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. vi-viii)
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Law Ting at Fell Foot, Little Langdale, Westmorland.
H. Swainson Cowper, F.S.A (pp. 1-6)
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Hawkshead Hall.
H. Swainson Cowper. F.S.A (pp. 7-49)
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S. Catherine's Chapel, Eskdale: a reason for its dedication.
Rev. Thomas Lees, M.A., F.S.A (pp. 50-53)
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Appleby Old Bridge.
Rev. Canon Mathews (pp. 54-57)
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Excursions and Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 58-69)
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On a supposed Interment of a Horse with Human Remains at Lanercost.
Rev. H. J. Bulkeley (pp. 70-72)
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Some Manorial Halls in the Barony of Greystoke.
M. Waistell Taylor, M.D., F.S.A (pp. 73-97)
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Gold Armlet found in Westmorland.
Ellen K. Ware (pp. 98-99)
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Recent Roman Discoveries, 1889.
The President (pp. 100-101)
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Potter's Marks on Roman Pottery found in Carlisle.
The President (pp. 102-103)
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The Siege of Carlisle, in 1644-5. General Leslie's Works.
the Worshipful Chancellor Ferguson, F.S.A., President of the Society (pp. 104-116)
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The Seal of the Statute Merchant of Carlisle.
the Worshipful Chancellor Ferguson, F.S.A., President of the Society (pp. 117-119)
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Fragments of a British Cross and many Early English and other Grave Covers found in Bromfield Churchyard.
Rev. W. S. Calverley, F.S.A (pp. 120-126)
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Church Bells in Leath Ward, No. 2.
Rev. H. Whitehead (pp. 127-151)
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Keswick Town Clock Bell.
Rev. H. Whitehead (pp. 152-157)
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Visitations of the Plague in Cumberland and Westmorland.
Henry Barnes, M.D., F.R.S.E (pp. 158-186)
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Mayburgh and King Arthur's Round Table.
C. W. Dymond, F.S.A (pp. 187-219)
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An Instance of Infant Marriage in the Diocese of Carlisle.
Mrs. Henry Ware (pp. 220-225)
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The Dacre Stone.
Rev. Canon Mathews (pp. 226-229)
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Pre-Norman Cross Fragments, at Aspatria, Workington, Distington, Bridekirk, Gilcrux, Plumbland, and Isel1.
Rev. W. S. Calverley, F.S.A., Vicar of Aspatria (pp. 230-237)
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The Dalston Transcript of 1589-1590.
Rev. James Wilson, M.A., Vicar of Dalston (pp. 238-249)
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The Parish Registers of Orton, Westmorland.
J. Holme Nicholson, M.A (pp. 250-265)
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Notes on the Roman Itinera in North Westmorland compared with modern measurements.
Rev. Canon Mathews (pp. 266-270)
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The Appleby Chained Books.
Charles Robert Rivington (pp. 271-278)
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The Appleby Charters.
W. Hewitson, Town Clerk of Appleby (pp. 279-285)
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The Parish of Stanwix.
Rev. J. R. Wood, M.A., Vicar of Stanwix (pp. 286-289)
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Note on Sandford's History of Cumberland.
George Watson (pp. 290-295)
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The Brough Idol.
F. Haverfield, M.A (pp. 296-299)
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Orton Old Hall, or Petty Hall, Orton.
Fred B. Garnet, C.B (pp. 300-304)
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Excursions and Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 305-311)
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The Roman Camp on Kreiginthorpe (Crackenthorpe) Common, near Kirkbythore.
The President (pp. 312-313)
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Kirkby Thore Church.
Rev. John Heelis, M.A., Rector (pp. 314-322)
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The Bears at Dacre.
the Worshipful Chancellor Ferguson, F.S.A., President of the Society, (pp. 323-328)
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An Earthwork at Little Ashy.
Rev. Canon. Mathews (pp. 329-334)
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The Baptismal Fonts of the Rural Deaneries of Gosforth, and Whitehaven.
Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., Vicar of Dalston (pp. 335-360)
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The Reeans of High Furness.
Rev. T. Ellwood, M.A., Rector of Torver (pp. 361-367)
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Some Illustrations of Home Life in Lonsdale North of the Sands, in the 17th and 18th Centuries.
John Fell, Dane Ghyll (pp. 368-398)
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The House of Percy, entitled Barons Lucy of Cockermouth.
Geo. T. Clark, F.S.A (pp. 399-432)
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The Hudlestons of Hutton John, the Hudlestons of Kelston, now of Hutton John, and the Hudlestons of Whitehaven. the late W. Jackson, F.S.A. with an Introduction
W. Hudleston of Hutton John (pp. 433-465)
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In Memoriam
Anon. (pp. 466-469)
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List of Members
Anon. (pp. 470-485)
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