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. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v)
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A catalogue of recent acquisitions to Tullie House Museum and reported finds from the Cumbrian area 1990-1996. Part II: Reported finds.
Colin Richardson (pp. 1-52)
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More thoughts on the Vallum.
D. J. Woolliscroft (pp. 53-66)
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The environs of the Castlerigg stone circle: an analysis of the landscape of the Naddle Valley near Keswick.
T. Clare (pp. 67-88)
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Excavations at St Nicholas Yard, Carlisle, 1996-7.
Christine Howard-Davis and Mark Leah (pp. 89-116)
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King David I, Earl Henry and Cumbria.
G. W. S. Barrow (pp. 117-128)
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Historical development of Annetwell Street, Carlisle.
B. C. Jones (pp. 129-140)
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Excavation of Medieval settlement remains at Crosedale in Howgill
N. Hair and R. Newman (pp. 141-158)
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Cumbrian wall paintings.
M. E. Burkett (pp. 159-176)
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Henry VII and Prerogativa Regis: The case of Mabel Dacre.
Susan E. James (pp. 177-184)
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Archbishop Grindal's birthplace: Cross Hill, St Bees, Cumbria.
John and Mary Todd (pp. 185-194)
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The Whitehaven Pier Saltpans 1632-86 and their Accounts 1675-77.
Blake Tyson (pp. 195-220)
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A Quaker yeoman's benefactions: the will of Edward Rigge of High Wray.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 221-236)
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Some Cumbrian Pauper Narratives, 1770-1830.
J. R. Walton (pp. 237-250)
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The life of a South Cumbrian Squire: John Lewthwaite (1792-1863).
Timothy Cockerill (pp. 251-256)
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Thomas de Quincey's "Danish Origin of the Lake Country Dialect".
D. S. Roberts (pp. 257-266)
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The Story of Seathwaite Tarn Reservoir.
Patrick Hoyte (pp. 267-276)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 277-280)
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The name of the River Mite.
Andrew Breeze, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S., F.S.A. (pp. 277-278)
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Reputed dew pond on Helsington Barrows, near Kendal (SD 488894).
John Marsh (pp. 278)
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A medieval seal-matrix from the Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 278-280)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 281-291)
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