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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Two Newly Discovered Cup and Ring Marked Stones from Penrith and Hallbankgate, with a Gazetteer of all known Megalithic Carvings in Cumbria.
Paul N. K. Frodsham (pp. 1-20)
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Another Cumbrian Bog Body, Found in Seascale Moss in 1834.
R. C. Turner, M.A (pp. 21-24)
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Interim results of survey work on Stockdale Moor and Town Bank, West Cumbria.
J. A. Quartermaine (pp. 25-32)
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Hadrian's Wall: the forts at Drumburgh.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc., F.S.A (pp. 33-36)
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The Roman Road between the Forts at Ambleside and Kendal.
Arthur Thornton (pp. 37-40)
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Roman Coin-finds in Cumbria.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 41-50)
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Fieldwalking in the Solway Plain, 1983-84.
Ian Caruana (pp. 51-68)
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The Roman Site on Grey Hill, Bewcastle, Cumbria.
D. J. Woolliscroft, M. D. Nevell and S. A. M. Swain (pp. 69-76)
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A Roman Altar from Carlisle Castle.
R. S. O. Tomlin and R. G. Annis (pp. 77-92)
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Excavations and Observations at Kirkby Thore.
Paul Gibbons (pp. 93-130)
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The Bretherdale Wool Weight.
J. E. Satchell (pp. 131-140)
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Archaeological work at Brough under Stainmore II: the medieval and later settlements (fieldwork and excavations).
M. J. Jones (pp. 141-180)
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John Spedding's Accounts of Horses used in the Whitehaven Collieries etc., from 1715 onwards.
Jean E. Ward, M.A., B.Litt (pp. 181-186)
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Coniston Forge, 14 January 1675 to 12 May 1766.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc (pp. 187-206)
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"Homo Politicus" or "Homo Religiosus"? Thomas J. F. Strickland of Sizergh (?1682-1740).
Gernot O. Gurtler (pp. 207-232)
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Westmorland Slate at Buckland (Berkshire) and the Bath, 1754-9.
Julian Munby (pp. 233-248)
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Vagrancy in later eighteenth-century Westmorland: a social profile.
Dr Audrey Eccles (pp. 249-262)
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The Machell and Remington Families of Aynsome, Cartmel.
Timothy Cockerill (pp. 263-268)
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Early Museums in Lakeland.
A. J. White, M.A., F.M.A., F.S.A (pp. 269-276)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 277-282)
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A polished stone axe from Low Frith, Cumbria.
M. E. Curteis, M.A. (pp. 277)
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A Romano-British glass bangle from Ravenglass Vicus.
J. Cherry and Ian Caruana (pp. 277-278)
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Harby Brow Pele Tower.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 279)
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The Reverend Thomas Machell's complaint: July 2d. 1690.
Paul Barker (pp. 279-281)
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Nick Stick Seat, Great Langdale.
Bill Bevan (pp. 281)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 283-288)
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