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 (1969) Series: 2, Volume 69.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v-vi)
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Abbreviations
Anon. (pp. vii)
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Bronze Age metalwork from Cumbria.
T. H. McK. Clough (pp. 1-39)
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Early Neolithic sites at Eskmeals.
J. Cherry (pp. 40-53)
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Roman sites on the Cumberland Coast 1966-1967.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 54-101)
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Walter the Priest and St. Mary's, Carlisle.
Rev. J. C. Dickinson (pp. 102-114)
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Elizabethan Paines at Hutton John.
the late Nigel F. Hudleston (pp. 115-128)
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King James I and the Western Border.
Prof. G. P. Jones (pp. 129-151)
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Notes on Carlisle Grammar School register.
F. J. G. Robinson (pp. 152-178)
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The Burroughs of Carleton Hall.
J. R. E. Borron (pp. 179-204)
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The Witherslack Survey.
Prof. G. P. Jones (pp. 205-220)
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Orthwaite Hall and the Simpson, Richmond and Browne families.
Rev. F. B. Swift (pp. 221-239)
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Dr. John Brown.
P. M. Horsley (pp. 240-274)
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Thomas Harrison and Stramongate Bridge, Kendal.
A. C. Taylor (pp. 275-279)
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Some aspects of the social history of 19th century Cumbria: migration and literacy.
J. D. Marshall (pp. 280-307)
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An inquest on the death of William Armstrong of Sorbietrees.
W. A. J. Prevost . (pp. 308-329)
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John Harris, Quaker Engineer and Investor.
H. J. Smith (pp. 330-343)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 344-350)
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Olivant, Rumney and Langhorn.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 344-346)
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The Roman Wall at Cambeckhill Farm (NY 507637).
Dorothy Charles Worth (pp. 346)
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Fenwick Lowther.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 347)
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Portinscale Bridge.
Bruce L. Thompson (pp. 347-348)
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Ranald Macdonald.
W. A. J. Prevost (pp. 348-350)
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Notes on Contributors
Anon. (pp. 351-352)
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New Members, Deaths and Resignations
Anon. (pp. 353-354)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 355-370)
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Publications
Anon. (pp. 371-374)
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