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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Recent archaeological fieldwork in the Howgill Fells by the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England.
Mark Bowden (pp. 1-12)
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A beaker burial in Levens Park.
Percival Turnbull and Deborah Walsh (pp. 13-26)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 27-34)
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A find of Viking-period silver brooches and fragments from Flusco, Newbiggin, Cumbria.
Colin Richardson (pp. 35-44)
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Field survey of Maulds Meaburn, Westmorland.
Brian K. Roberts (pp. 45-50)
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The hospital of St Nicholas, Carlisle and its masters; Part 2 - the period from 1333
W. G. Wiseman (pp. 51-70)
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Sir John Parr of Kendal, 1437-1475.
Susan E. James (pp. 71-86)
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A survey of the surviving medieval stained glass in the churches of the Anglican Diocese of Carlisle, together with the few examples of painted glass of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and of the first decade of the nineteenth century.
Leslie N. S. Smith (pp. 87-104)
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Marital fertility at Penrith, 1557-1812 - evidence for a malnourished community?
Susan Scott and C. J. Duncan (pp. 105-114)
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A seventeenth century treasure trove in Furness.
A. White (pp. 115-121)
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Further structural analysis at Piel Castle, 1987-94.
R. Newman (pp. 121-138)
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Troutbeck Chapel of Ease from its foundation to 1800.
M. Parsons (pp. 139-160)
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Some Cumbrian builders, 1670-1780.
Blake Tyson (pp. 161-186)
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The finances and legatees of Charles Lyttelton (1714-1768), Bishop of Carlisle.
W. Gibson (pp. 187-194)
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The lineaments of Newland iron furnace, 1747-1903; an historical investigation.
J. D. Marshall, J. Helme, J. Wignall and J. C. Braithwaite (pp. 195-214)
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A case of undercutting wages?; sectarian tension and the Barrow anti-Irish riot of 1864.
Donald M. MacRaild (pp. 215-222)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 223-240)
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Antiquities from Cumbria in West Midlands Museums.
P. J. Watson and D. J. Symons (pp. 223-226)
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Note on a stone find from Lake Windermere.
Alan King (pp. 226-227)
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The Bewcastle Cauldron.
J. Davenport (pp. 228-230)
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Finds from Veterae, The Roman Fort of Brough.
D. J. Woolliscroft and N. J. Lockett (pp. 230-233)
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The supposed Roman harbour at Maryport.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 233-235)
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Robin Hood, near Langwathby.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 236)
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The Battling-stone near Sockbridge.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 236-238)
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List of objects found by metal detectorists in the Kendal area in recent years.
John Marsh (pp. 238-240)
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Proceedings
Anon. (pp. 241-242)
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In Memoriam: Eric Birley (1906-1995).
Rosemary Cramp (pp. 243-244)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 245-252)
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