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 (1971) Series: 2, Volume 71.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v-vii)
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Abbreviations
Anon. (pp. )
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Committee for Prehistoric Studies - Unpublished records for Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands, 1940-May 1970.
Clare I. Fell (pp. 1-11)
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A Settlement on the Hawk, Broughton Mills.
M. H. Orrom (pp. 12-16)
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Roman finds from Contrebis.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 17-34)
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The Roman Tileries at Scalesceugh and Brampton.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 35-44)
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Two beaded tores in Tullie House, Carlisle.
Jean E. Burns (pp. 45-51)
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The plague in Carlisle 1597/98.
J. Hughes (pp. 52-63)
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A morphological study of Romano-British settlements in Westmorland.
Robert A. Webster (pp. 64-74)
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Benjamin Browne of Troutbeck, High Constable of Kendal Ward 1711-1732.
Margaret Ann Logie (pp. 75-89)
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17th century painted glass in Witherslack Church.
J. T. Brighton (pp. 90-96)
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A Kirkby Lonsdale Armorial.
R. S. Boumphrey (pp. 97-138)
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Paddock Hole: A Cumberland house with lower-end parlour.
Philip Dixon (pp. 139-150)
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The Washingtons at Whitehaven and Appleby.
E. Hinchcliffe (pp. 151-198)
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The collieries of J. C. Curwen.
Oliver Wood (pp. 199-236)
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The case of Hannah Rushforth.
Paul N. Wilson (pp. 237-247)
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The building of the new Eden Bridge at Carlisle, 1801-1817.
M. I. M. MacDonald (pp. 248-259)
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A visit to Lakeland in 1844.
J. D. Marshall (pp. 260-279)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 280-296)
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The terminology of early iron-smelting in Lakeland.
M. Davies-Shiel (pp. 280-284)
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Medieval grants to the Priory of Carlisle.
C. R. Davey (pp. 284-286)
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Jonas Barber, clockmaker, and the Cookson and Elleray families.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 286-287)
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The Roman road from Papcastle to Egremont.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 288-289)
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Potash pits in Lakeland - an initial report.
M. Davies-Shiel (pp. 290-291)
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Four stone implements at Levens Hall, Westmorland.
Julian Munby (pp. 291-294)
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Two stone objects from the Penrith area.
Jean E. Burns (pp. 294-295)
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Mr. Nichol of Edinburgh, architect.
M. I. M. Macdonald (pp. 294)
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Gaities at Whitehaven in 1819.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 296)
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An Armstrong tragedy.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 296)
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Notes on Contributors
Anon. (pp. 297-298)
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Deaths and Resignations
Anon. (pp. 298-)
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New Members
Anon. (pp. 299-300)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 301-315)
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List of Publications
Anon. (pp. 316-319)
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