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 (1955) Series: 2, Volume 55.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v-viii)
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Rules of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society
Anon. (pp. ix-x)
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Pottery from prehistoric sites, North End, Walney Island.
F. Barnes (pp. 1-16)
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A preliminary report on a Microlithic site at Drigg, Cumberland.
D. Nickson and J. H. Macdonald (pp. 17-29)
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The Roman fort at Burrow Walls, near Workington.
R. L. Bellhouse, with contributions by J. P. Gillam and Brian Blake (pp. 30-45)
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A Roman inscription from Watercrook.
Eric Birley (pp. 46-53)
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An enamelled fibula from Brough-under-Stainmore.
E. J. W. Hildyard (pp. 54-58)
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Excavations in Carlisle, 1953.
Robert Hogg, with a contribution by J. P. Gillam, and a report on the medieval pottery by E. M. Jope and H. W. M. Hodges (pp. 59-107)
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A Dark Age coin-hoard from Ninekirks.
C. M. L. Bouch, with contributions by J. P. C. Kent (pp. 108-111)
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Marmaduke Lumley, bishop of Carlisle, 1430-1450.
R. L. Storey (pp. 112-131)
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Thomas Machell, the Antiquary.
John Rogan and Eric Birley (pp. 132-153)
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Robert Smith and the "Observations on the Picts Wall" (1708-9).
the late R. C. Bosanquet and Eric Birley (pp. 154-171)
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Some Fallowfield documents.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 172-178)
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Farmanby and the Thompson family.
R. Denton Thompson (pp. 179-190)
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New light on the skirmish at Clifton on 18 December 1745 .
C. M. L. Bouch (pp. 191-197)
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The poverty of Cumberland and Westmorland.
G. P. Jones (pp. 198-208)
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The library in Cartmel Priory church.
S. Taylor, with a catalogue of the books by David Ramage (pp. 209-249)
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The turnpike roads of North Lonsdale.
J. L. Hobbs (pp. 250-292)
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William Sewell of Radley.
C. M. L. Bouch and C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 293-300)
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George Henderson, blacksmith of Crosby Garrett, and his account-book, 1838-1861.
J. Breay (pp. 301-310)
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Two recently demolished Carlisle churches.
C. G. Bulman (pp. 311-316)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 317-332)
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An axe-hammer from Solway Moss.
Brian Blake (pp. 317-318)
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Crop-marks near the Roman fort at Ambleside.
Brian Blake (pp. 318-319)
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Excavations at Brough-under-Stainmore, 1954.
Eric Birley (pp. 319-320)
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Centurial stones from Hadrian's Wall near Gilsland.
J. P. Gillam (pp. 320-322)
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The Kentmere boat.
Clare Fell (pp. 322-323)
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The North English style of cooking-pottery.
E. M. Jope (pp. 323-325)
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Bierley-Burlaw-Byrlaw.
R. C. Reid (pp. 325-326)
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A letter from Lord William Dacre.
Kenneth Smith (pp. 326-327)
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The Hodgsons of Bascodyke.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 327)
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Fetherstonhaugh of Kirkoswald.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 327-328)
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Barwis, Featherstonhaugh and Kirkby.
Anon. (pp. 328-329)
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The dedication of Brougham chapel.
C. M. L. Bouch (pp. 329-330)
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The dating of houses: a caution.
the late M. C. Fair (pp. 330)
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A letter from W. G. Collingwood to Miss Fair.
Eric Birley (pp. 330-331)
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Proceeedings: March to September, 1955
Anon. (pp. 332-348)
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Recent Publications
Anon. (pp. 349-358)
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In Memoriam
Anon. (pp. 359-358)
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Plate: F. G. Simpson
Anon. (pp. 359)
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List of Members
Anon. (pp. 370-389)
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Notice to Contributors of Articles
Anon. (pp. 390-391)
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Statement of Accounts for the Year 1954-55
Anon. (pp. 392-394)
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Special Index to Art. XVI
Anon. (pp. 395-401)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 402-417)
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List of the Society's publications
Anon. (pp. 418)
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