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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A catalogue of recent acquisitions to Tullie House Museum and reported finds from the Cumbrian area 1990-1996. Part I: Tullie House accessions
Colin Richardson (pp. 1-60)
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Excavations at Milefortlet 21.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 61-106)
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Survey and excavations of a cropmark enclosure at Edderside, Cumbria 1989-1990.
Robert H. Bewley (pp. 107-118)
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Stainmore, Cumbria: archaeological investigation on the A66 Stainmore to Banks Gate road improvement scheme.
D. Drury (pp. 119-132)
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Lanercost Priory excavations in 1994.
A. M. Whitworth (pp. 133-144)
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Lancelot Salkeld - Last Prior and first Dean of Carlisle c.1490 to 1560.
A. D. Salkeld (pp. 145-154)
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St John's Well and Chapel, Skelsmergh: their location and present condition.
Blake Tyson (pp. 155-168)
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The Kendal Tenant Right Dispute 1619-26.
Joe Scott (pp. 169-182)
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The early career of James Grahme of Levens, 1650-1692.
Julian Munby (pp. 183-206)
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Jonathan Wilson (1693-1780) - his diary and account book.
Jennifer Forsyth (pp. 207-232)
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Archaeological work at the Carnaud Metal Box site, James Street, Carlisle
Denise Drury (pp. 233-248)
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Death in 18th century Whitehaven: the mortality records from Holy Trinity Church.
Jean E. Ward (pp. 249-262)
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The Personal Names of Cumberland: 1740-1890.
Robert S. Dilley (pp. 263-268)
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Stone fox traps, borrans and goose bields.
Peter Fleming (pp. 269-276)
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Country carriers in Victorian Lakeland.
Rob Vickers (pp. 277-286)
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John Ruskin, J. W. Oddie and the Keswick Sketching Club.
James S. Dearden (pp. 287-296)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 297-314)
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A Bronze Age axe from Levens.
Andrew White M.A., PH.D., F.S.A., F.M.A. (pp. 297)
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An archaeological evaluation at William Howard School, Brampton, Cumbria.
John M. Zant (pp. 298-299)
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An excavation at Low Crosby, Carlisle.
John M. Zant (pp. 299-303)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 304-305)
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Four pieces of sculpture from Devonshire Street, Carlisle.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 306-309)
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Cross-Border clergy movements in the Reformation West March.
Margaret Clark (pp. 309-312)
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A Seventeenth century treasure trove in Furness, a correction.
Dr Andrew White (pp. 313)
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The original location of Workington's drinking fountain.
D. Ian Smith (pp. 313)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 315-323)
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