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
Anon. (pp. )
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Survey and excavation at a crop-mark enclosure, Plasketlands, Cumb ria.
R.H. Bewley (pp. 1-18)
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Flints from Skirwith in Carlisle Museum.
J. and P.J. Cherry (pp. 19-24)
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Sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds from Cumbria.
Deirdre O'Sullivan (pp. 25-42)
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An Irish bowl food vessel from the Netherby Hall Collection, Kirk-Andrews-on-Esk.
Ann M. Hallam (pp. 43-50)
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The Roman fort and vicus at Ambleside: Archaeological research in 1982.
R.H. Leech (pp. 51-74)
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Watching brief at Borrans Road, Ambleside, 1991.
John Godbert (pp. 75-78)
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The Roman cremation cemetery in New Field, Birdoswald.
Tony Wilmott (pp. 79-86)
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Millom Families: Part II.
the late C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 87-98)
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Sir William Parr of Kendal: Part I, 1434-1471.
Susan E. James (pp. 99-114)
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Pasture farming in Troutbeck, Westmorland, 1550-1750.
Margaret A. Parsons (pp. 115-130)
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Five Westmorland Settlements: a comparative study.
Brian K. Roberts (pp. 131-144)
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Sillfield, Preston Patrick: a double-oval type of field pattern.
M.A. Atkin (pp. 145-154)
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Smallpox epidemics at Penrith in the 17th and 18th Centuries.
Susan Scott and C.J. Duncan (pp. 155-160)
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Some notes on three early Westmorland dissenters and their real estate connections with the Ravenstonedale Meeting House.
Keith Lovet Watson (pp. 161-182)
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The spa resorts and mineral springs of Cumb ria.
R.H. Gambles (pp. 183-196)
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James Towers, a Kendal surgeon (1785-1846) and some of his medical colleagues.
Blake Tyson (pp. 197-214)
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Whitehaven and its Jews, 1774-1850.
W.R. Sellick (pp. 215-236)
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The buildings of Moorhouse, Burgh by Sands.
Nina Jennings (pp. 237-268)
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Wasdale Hall.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 269-282)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 283-292)
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