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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The Pleistocene Exploitation of Cumbria: A Review of the Evidence.
C.R Salisbury (pp. 1-6)
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Excavations on a Cup-and-Ring marked boulder on Tortie Hill, Midgeholme Parish (NY 589578) and a newly discovered decorated rock in the vicinity (NY 588578).
Colin Richardson (pp. 7-12)
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Further research on the prehistory of the Cumbrian Limestone Uplands: the ceramic evidence.
J. and P.J. Cherry (pp. 13-22)
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Excavations on two crop-marked sites in the Solway Plain, Cumbria. Ewanrigg Settlement and Swarthy Hill 1986-1988.
Robert H. Bewley (pp. 23-48)
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The Cutting of the Turf Wall at Appletree.
A.M. Whitworth (pp. 49-56)
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A Roman road from Kendal to Ambleside. Part 2: Broadgate to Ambleside - a field survey.
J.S. and J.A. Andrews (pp. 57-66)
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Monastic remains at Ravenstonedale.
Percival Turnbull and Deborah Walsh (pp. 67-76)
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Buying off Robert Bruce: an account of monies paid to the Scots by Cumberland Communities in 1313-1314.
Colm McNamee (pp. 77-90)
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Millom Families: Part 1.
C. Roy Hudleston and Timothy Cockerill (pp. 91-98)
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Parr Memorials in Kendal Parish Church.
Susan E. James (pp. 99-104)
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Excavations at Brougham Castle, 1987.
John H. Williams (pp. 105-122)
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Excavation on the medieval church of St Thomas, Farlam.
Ian Caruana (pp. 123-134)
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William Clark, Clockmaker of Kendal 1716-1763.
B.E. and M.A. Clark (pp. 135-160)
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Murton Great Field, near Appleby: a case study of the piecemeal enclosure of a common-field in the mid-eighteenth century.
Blake Tyson (pp. 161-182)
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Whitehaven and the eighteenth-century British slave trade.
David Richardson and M.M. Schofield (pp. 183-204)
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Poor Relief in Eskdale in the early 1800's.
Mary Hall (pp. 205-212)
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The Slate Quarrying Industry in Westmorland: Part Two. A Field survey of selected sites in Troutbeck and Longsleddale.
R.G. David and G.W Brambles (pp. 213-228)
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Rickerby: an estate and its owners - Part 1.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 229-250)
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Contours of Crime in Westmorland, c. 188o-191o.
Colin G. Pooley (pp. 251-272)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 273-288)
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Enclosures at Bracken Rigg, Ullswater.
Alan Richardson, B. Vet. Med., Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. and T. M. Allan, M.B., Ch.B., F.S.A. Scot. (pp. 273-274)
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A Radio Carbon Date from Johnson's Plain, Cumbria.
D.J. Woolliscroft and S.A.M. Swain (pp. 274-275)
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Alexander Gordon: Towers or Milefortlets?
Richard Bellhouse (pp. 275-276)
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Roman coin-finds from Cumbria.
D.C.A. Shotter (pp. 276-279)
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Roman Altar (CIL vii 916), formerly in Brigadier Stanwix's garden in Carlisle.
B.C. Jones (pp. 279-281)
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A recent Anglo-Saxon coin find in Cumbria.
Keith Sugden (pp. 281-282)
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Spindle whorl from S.W. Cumbria.
J. Cherry (pp. 282)
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The Misericords of Carlisle Cathedral.
Thirlie Grundy, B.A. (Hons.) Fine Art; F.R.S.A. (pp. 283-284)
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George Romney's Ancestry.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 284-285)
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The Hawkshead Connexion - a correction.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 285)
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A Westmorland surveyor.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 285-288)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 289-296)
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