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 (1966) Series: 2, Volume 66.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-viii)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. ix-xi)
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Frontispiece - William Lowther, 2nd Earl of Lonsdale
Anon. (pp. xii)
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A hoard of Romano-British ironwork from Brampton, Cumberland.
W. H. Manning, B.Sc (pp. 1-36)
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Roman sites on the Cumberland coast, 1962-1963.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc (pp. 37-41)
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The problem of Burrow Walls.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc. (pp. 42-45)
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Eskmeals sand-dunes occupation sites, phase II - Iron manufacture.
J. Cherry, B.Sc (pp. 46-56)
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On the use of the terms "Strathclyde" and "Cumbria".
P. A. Wilson (pp. 57-92)
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A bracelet for St Bega.
L. A. S. Butler (pp. 93-105)
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The private forests of S.W. Cumberland.
W. H. Liddell, M.A (pp. 106-130)
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The Cumberland and Westmorland Lay Subsidies for 1332.
C. M. Fraser, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 131-158)
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Cumberland and Westmorland Feet of Fines in the reign of Henry VII.
C. Roy Hudlesston, F.S A (pp. 159-164)
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Two Tudor funerals.
M. E. James, M.A (pp. 165-178)
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The parish and church of St Michael, Arthuret.
C. G. Bulman (pp. 179-189)
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The struggle over Corby, 1605-1626: Lord William Howard and Thomas Salkeld.
H. S. Reinmuth, Junr., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of History in the University of Akron (pp. 190-200)
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Carlisle Cathedral Library and Records.
R. T. Holtby, M.A., B.D., Canon Librarian (pp. 201-219)
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Cartmel Fell Parish Church documents.
G. P. Jones, M.A., Litt.D., and Sheila J. MacPherson, B.A (pp. 220-247)
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The Threlkelds of Caber, Cumberland.
Chester L. Shaver (pp. 248-253)
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Pedigree.
Chester L. Shaver (pp. 248)
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Richard Story and the murder of Francis Armstrong.
W. A. J. Prevost (pp. 254-275)
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The oldest parish registers of Bassenthwaite.
Rev. F. B. Swift (pp. 276-292)
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The Church and State: Letters from William Nicolson, Archdeacon and Bishop of Carlisle, to Col. James Grahme of Levens Hall, Westmorland. Member of Parliament.
Annette Bagot, F.S.A (pp. 293-311)
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Two Hudleston and Senhouse account books.
G. P. Jones, M.A., Litt.D (pp. 312-338)
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Governor's House, Keswick.
Brigadier J. W. Kaye (pp. 339-346)
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John Pennington, 1st Lord Muncaster.
J. R. E. Borron, M.A (pp. 347-368)
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Disagreements by the Duddon, 1825-1832.
Susan Johnson (pp. 369-381)
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The diary and farm accounts of William Fisher, a Low Furness yeoman farmer, 1811-1859.
William Rollinson, M.A (pp. 382-401)
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Sir John Hall.
Major-General R. E. Barnsley, C.B., M.C (pp. 402-418)
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The Friendly Society of the inhabitants of the parish of Lamplugh and its neighbourhood.
R. F. Dickinson (pp. 418-431)
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The Rev. Thomas Wilkinson of Kendal.
Rev. David Milburn, D.Sc. Hist. (Louvain) (pp. 432-448)
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Millom: a Victorian new town.
Alan Harris, M.A., Ph.D (pp. 449-467)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 468-482)
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A Roman stamped sherd from Ambleside
Dorothy Charles North (pp. 468)
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A Durham manuscript and its inscriptions.
A. I. Doyle (pp. 468-470)
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Irving m.i. in St Cuthbert's churchyard, Carlisle.
C. Roy Hudleston. (pp. 470)
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The Patricksons of Ennerdale.
T. G. Fahy (pp. 470-473)
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Gawen and Rowland Noble.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 473-474)
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Four stone axes and a stone mace-head from south-west Cumberland.
J. Cherry (pp. 474-476)
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The funeral of Thomas, 2nd Lord Wharton, in Westminster Abbey.
F. W. Parrott (pp. 476-477)
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The Routledges of Cumcrook.
J. V. Harrison (pp. 477)
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Road in Little Langdale.
Mary E. Burkett (pp. 477-478)
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John Jepson.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 478-481)
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A letter from Carlisle, 1689.
Athol L. Murray (pp. 481-482)
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Notes on Contributors
Anon. (pp. 483-484)
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In Memoriam
Anon. (pp. 484)
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List of Members
Anon. (pp. 485-504)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 505-532)
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