Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Table of Contents

Frontispiece
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Contents
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A Cumbrian Bog Body from Scaleby.
R. C. Turner, M.A (pp. 1-8)
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The Roman Army in Cumbria.
David J. Breeze (pp. 9-22)
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The Outpost System of Hadrian's Wall.
D. J. Woolliscroft (pp. 23-28)
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An Altar to Vulcan from Maryport.
G. R. Stephens (pp. 29-32)
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Roman Sites on the Cumberland Coast: Hadrian's Wall. The fort at Bowness-on-Solway, a reappraisal.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc., F.S A (pp. 33-54)
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Unpublished Excavations on and off the line of Roman roads in Cumberland by the late George Richardson.
Ian Caruana (pp. 55-70)
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Archaeological Report on the Watercrook E.T.W. Pipeline.
Paul Gibbons (pp. 71-86)
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Further notes on Carlisle Cathedral Excavations 1953.
Grace Simpson, D.Phil., F.S A (pp. 87-96)
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Richard Robinson, clerk, chantry priest of Brigham.
M. A. Clark, M.A (pp. 97-106)
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Queen Kateryn Parr (1512-1548).
Susan E. James, Ph.D (pp. 107-120)
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An early curate of Torver.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 121-124)
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Before Tullie House.
B. C. Jones, M.A (pp. 125-148)
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The Lowther Younger Sons: a seventeenth century case study.
D. R. Hainsworth (pp. 149-160)
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The Sectarian "Threat" and its impact in Restoration Cumbria.
Peter D. Clarke (pp. 161-176)
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Two Post-mills at Whitehaven in the 17th century.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., F.C.S.I (pp. 177-192)
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Bowness Rectory Tower.
D. R. Perriam (pp. 193-200)
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Excavations in Egremont Town Centre, 1983.
R. Newman (pp. 201-206)
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Dr Hugh Todd's Account of the Diocese of Carlisle.
D. J. W. Mawson (pp. 207-224)
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Duke Street, Carlisle, a street of handloom weavers.
Jeremy Godwin, M.A (pp. 225-238)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 239-251)
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Fieldwalking in the Kendal Area, 1985.
J. Cherry and C. A. Ellwood (pp. 239)
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Saddle Quern from Drigg, Cumbria.
J. Cherry, B.SC (pp. 239-240)
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Roman Coin finds from Cumbria.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 240-241)
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Ancient Road near Lamplugh.
the late Harold Duff (pp. 242-243)
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Who Built the Countess's Pillar at Brougham?
Blake Tyson (pp. 243-246)
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Iron Mining on the high fells above Eskdale and Langdale, and miners' roads.
Susan Johnson (pp. 246-248)
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As soon as you can say "Jack Robinson".
Dorothy Hinchcliffe, M.Sc. (pp. 248)
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High Mill, Lorton, from its deeds of 1728-1940.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 248-250)
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Shuttle and Bobbin found at the Black Bull Hotel, Coniston.
John Dawson (pp. 250-251)
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Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 252-254)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 255-261)
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