Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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A Catalogue of Recent Acquisitions to Carlisle Museum and Reported Finds from the Cumbrian Area.
Colin Richardson (pp. 1-98)
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A Hoard of Unpolished Stone Axes from Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale.
M. J. Boyd (pp. 99-104)
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The Roman Road over the Kirkstone Pass: Ambleside to Old Penrith.
A. Richardson and T. M. Allan (pp. 105-126)
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Fieldwork on the Roman fort site at Blennerhasset, Cumbria.
Jeremy Evans and Christopher Scull (pp. 127-138)
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The Roman Fort at Bewcastle: an Analytical Field Survey.
Iain Sainsbury and Humphrey Welfare (pp. 139-146)
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The Animals of the Ormside Cup.
Brunsdon Yapp (pp. 147-162)
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St Alban's church and graveyard, Carlisle.
B. C. Jones (pp. 163-182)
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Sede vacante administration in the medieval diocese of Carlisle; the accounts of the vacancy of December 1395 to March 1396.
R. N. Swanson (pp. 183-194)
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Farmery Field, Cartmel.
P. R. Wilson and T. Clare (pp. 195-198)
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A Tudor Divorce. The Marital History of William Parr, Marquess of Northampton.
Susan E. James (pp. 199-204)
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Robert Dawson (1589-1643), Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh.
W. G. Wiseman (pp. 205-216)
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Thomas J. F. Strickland of Sizergh (?1682-1740); The Political Cleric at His Ecclesiastical Zenith.
Gernot O. Gurtler (pp. 217-234)
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Newlaithes Hall, Carlisle: The evolution and extinction of a Cumbrian courtyard farm.
Blake Tyson (pp. 235-252)
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Freedom and Liberty: Cumbria and the Borders during the period of the French Revolution 1789-1802.
June C. F. Barnes (pp. 253-266)
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Early Bowling-Greens in Whitehaven.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 267-278)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 279-294)
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Note on a Mace and a Hammerstone, both found on South Scree, Pike O' Stickle and both now in the Neolithic Collection at Kendal Town Museum.
M. Davies-Shiel (pp. 279-280)
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Barron's Pike, possible Roman signal tower.
D. J. Woolliscroft (pp. 280-281)
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Roman coins from Cumbria: Recent finds.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 281-283)
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Population decline in early Seventeenth Century Cumbria?
Arthur H. Duxbury (pp. 283-286)
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A Westmorland Quaker in Maryland.
Janet Martin (pp. 286-287)
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A Mid 19th century farm sales book.
John Dawson (pp. 287-291)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 295-301)
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