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 (1972) Series: 2, Volume 72.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v-vi)
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Abbreviations
Anon. (pp. )
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Factors which have affected the spread of early settlement in the Lake Counties
Robert Hogg (pp. 1-35)
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Neolithic finds from Brougham
Clare Fell (pp. 36-43)
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Recent Bronze Age finds from Cumbria
T. H. McK. Clough (pp. 44-52)
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The Tumulus at Skelmore Heads near Ulverston
T. G. E. Powell (pp. 53-56)
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Intaglios from Castlesteads and the Roman fort at Kirkbride
Martin Henig (pp. 57-65)
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Intaglios from Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne and from the collection of Major General Sir George Frederick Johnson.
Martin Henig (pp. 57)
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Excavation of a Romano-British settlement at Waitby
Robert A. Webster (pp. 66-73)
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The Carlisle Tithe Barn
C. R. Davey (pp. 74-84)
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A little known late mediaeval industry, Part I. The making of potash for soap in Lakeland
M. Davies-Shiel (pp. 85-111)
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Cumberland windmills
J. Hughes (pp. 112-141)
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Calees: a Cumbrian farm and its owners
D. J. W. Mawson (pp. 142-155)
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The commercial fisheries of Windermere
Charlotte Kipling (pp. 156-204)
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The heraldry at Levens Hall, Westmorland; recorded and described, with notes
R. S. Boumphrey with an introduction by Annette Bagot (pp. 205-215)
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Dispute at Browedge School in Cartmel 1727
John Addy (pp. 216-226)
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The Tindale Fell Waggonway
Alan Harris (pp. 227-247)
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"Statesmen" in Cumbria: the vicissitudes of an expression
J. D. Marshall (pp. 248-273)
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John Scott & Son of Carlisle, stained glass manufacturers
M. I. M. MacDonald (pp. 274-282)
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The appointment of the first minister of St. Nicholas Church, Whitehaven
Robert Hopkinson (pp. 283-302)
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A Colliery payroll of 1802.
Oliver Wood (pp. 303-319)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 320-344)
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A second settlement found at Kentmere.
Winifred M. Inglesfield (pp. 320-324)
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The carving of the "Ankh" on a stone in Swinside Circle.
R. G. Plint (pp. 324-325)
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A new cross-section of the Valium ditch near Irthington.
G. G. S. Richardson (pp. 325-327)
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Down Hall, Cumberland (NY 283525).
G. G. S. Richardson (pp. 328-329)
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Roman roads near Old Carlisle.
G. G. S. Richardson (pp. 330)
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Hadrian's Wall : a section at Hadrian's Camp, Carlisle. (NY 414585).
G. G. S. Richardson (pp. 330-331)
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Romano-British P-shaped brooch, Beckfoot.
Robert Hogg (pp. 331)
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The Brandreth Stone, Old Tebay (NY 616049).
Barbara Holt (pp. 331-332)
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A goose bield at Coniston.
R. G. Plint (pp. 332-333)
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Silver denarii from Silverdale, Lancashire.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 333-334)
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Roman altar from Old Carlisle.
J. Hughes (pp. 334)
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Paddock Hole.
W. A. J. Prevost (pp. 334-335)
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A Bewcastle grave slab.
J. Hughes (pp. 335)
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A Turf Kiln at Haweswater.
B. L. Thompson (pp. 335-336)
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The Washingtons at Whitehaven and Appleby.
George Washington (pp. 336-337)
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Haliburton of Askerton - crest and motto.
Roger Smith (pp. 337)
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The Rev. Richard Armitstead.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 338-339)
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A Wilkinson coat of arms.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 339-340)
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Stanley of Cockermouth.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 340-341)
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The Barwis family.
T. G. Fahy (pp. 341-343)
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A heraldic curiosity.
R. S. Boumphrey (pp. 343-344)
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Notes on Contributors
Anon. (pp. 345)
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Deaths, resignations and new members (Part)
Anon. (pp. 346-347)
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Deaths, resignations and new members
Anon. (pp. 346-347)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 348-364)
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List of Publications
Anon. (pp. 365-368)
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