Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (2001) Series: 3, Volume 1.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v)
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The dates of human impacts on the environment at Ehenside Tarn, Cumbria.
D. Walker (pp. 1-20)
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Petillius Cerialis in Carlisle: a numismatic contribution.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 21-30)
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An excavation at Brougham Castle.
John M. Zant (pp. 31-38)
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Earthworks near Crosby Lodge, Westmorland.
B. K. Roberts (pp. 39-44)
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A possible merels board incised on the pre-conquest cross-base at Addingham St Michael's Church, Cumbria.
M. A. Hall (pp. 45-52)
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Evidence for Medieval Clearance in the Seathwaite Valley, Cumbria.
Chris Wild, Colin Wells, David Anderson, John Boardman and Adrian Parker (pp. 53-68)
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Contrasting Clerics: two Tudor bishops of Carlisle.
Margaret Clark (pp. 69-78)
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Building a public bakehouse at Appleby in 1615.
Blake Tyson (pp. 79-88)
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The lost German mines at Caldbeck.
Richard Smith, Samuel Murphy and Warren Allison (pp. 89-104)
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A brief history of Kendal Petty Sessions.
W. G. Wiseman (pp. 105-122)
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The Paralysis of the Cumberland and Westmorland Army in the First Civil War c. 1642-45.
Clark Stuart Colman (pp. 123-138)
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The first large scale county maps of Cumberland and Westmorland in the 1770s.
Paul Hindle (pp. 139-154)
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The Finsthwaite Princess: the making of a myth.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 155-164)
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Building survey at the Carnaud Metal Box site, James Street, Carlisle.
Tom Burke and Julian Cotton (pp. 165-174)
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The Alston branch of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.
T. M. Bell and R. W. Rennison (pp. 175-190)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 191-208)
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Flint artefacts from Moor Divock.
J. Cherry, F.S.A. and C. A. Ellwood (pp. 191)
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Artefacts from Carus Green Farm, Kendal.
J. Cherry, F.S.A. (pp. 192)
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Artefacts found during the re-siting of the B.N.F.L. pipeline at Drigg and more evidence from the sea-cliff erosion.
J. Cherry, F.S.A. and P. J. Cherry, F.S.A. (pp. 192-194)
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Gun Flints from Kendal.
J. Cherry F.S.A and J. Marsh (pp. 194)
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The name of the River Petteril.
Andrew Breeze, M.A., Dip. Celt. Stud., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S., F.S.A. (pp. 195-196)
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Raphaell Holinshed's description of Hadrian's Wall.
B. J. N. Edwards, B.A., F.S.A. and W. D. Shannon, B.A. (pp. 196-201)
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A Carlisle hangman in America.
B. Bruce-Briggs (pp. 202)
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Diary of Rev William Preston of Warcop November 1765.
Mark Blackett-Ord (pp. 203-205)
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Tree-ring dating of buildings on the Solway Plain.
Nina Jennings (pp. 205-207)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 209-216)
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