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Volume 10 (1872-74) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries - vol x part i
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Preliminaries - vol x part ii
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-27)
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Notice of an Early MS. of Fordun's Chronicle, the property of Alexander Pringle, Esq., of Whytbank. (pp 27-30)
Skene, W F
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Note of Recent Excavations at St Margaret's Inch, in the Loch of Forfar. (pp 31-4)
Stuart, John
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Note on Ruddiman's Table of the Value of the Silver Money Coined in Scotland. (pp 34-42)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Note of a fine Celtic Cinerary Urn found in a Cist near Darn Hall, Peeblesshire, and exhibited by Lord Elibank. (pp 43-4)
Francis, G G
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Antiquarian Notes from Nassau. (pp 48-50)
Thomas, F W L
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Notes on Feudalism in Japan. (pp 51-6)
Coghill, J G Sinclair
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Notice of Sculptured Stones at Laggangarn, Mull of Sunnoness, Airrelich and Cassendeoch, Wigtownshire. (pp 56-61)
Wilson, George
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Notice of a Sculptured Stone Cist-Lid and Clay Urn found in Carnwath Moor. (pp 61-3)
Rankin, D R
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Notice of Working Drawings Scratched on the Walls of the Crypt at Roslin Chapel. (pp 63-4)
Anderson, Robert
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Descriptive List of Antiquities near Loch Etive. Part III. - Continued. (pp 70-90)
Smith, R Angus
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Notice of Two Ancient Silver Chalices, and a Silver Basin, belonging to the Parish of Forgue, Aberdeenshire, and of their Donors, James Crichton of Frendraught, and his son, the Viscount Frendraught. (pp 91-109)
Stuart, John
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Notes on the Names of Clan Chattan, and what they indicate. (pp 112-33)
Macpherson, John
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Remarks on the Ogham Inscription of the Newton Pillar Stone. (pp 134-41)
Brash, Richard Bolt
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Notes of Rock Sculpturings of Cups and Concentric rings, and 'The Witch's Stone' on Tormain Hill; also of some Early Remains on the Kaimes Hill, &c., near Ratho, Edinburghshire. (pp 141-51)
Smith, John Alexander
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On Some Ruins at Ellida Vatn and Kjalarnes in Iceland. (pp 151-77)
Smith, R Angus
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Notice of Some Medieaval Triumphs and Processions. (pp 177-92)
Drummond, James
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Notes on the History of the Ruins at Iona. (pp 202-14)
Skene, W F
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Notes on some of the Ancient Monuments of Iona. (pp 215-7)
Drummond, James
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Notes from some Unpublished Documents relating to the Insurrection in Orkney in 1614. (pp 218-24)
Peacock, Edward
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Notes on the Scottish Mints. (pp 225-39)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Note of some Sculptured Stones in the Churchyard of Dornock, Dumfriesshire. (pp 240-1)
Anderson, Rev. John
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On Processions and other Public Ceremonials in Scotland prior to the Union, A.D. 1707 (With Illistrations). (pp 245)
Laing, David
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Notes on the Architectural Characteristics of St Blane's Chapel, Bute. (pp 245)
Galloway, W
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Remarks on the Cremation of the Dead, especially as practised in Japan. (Illustrated by the Exhibition of a Series of Drawings by Japanese.) (pp 246-61)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of William Davidson, M.D. (Gulielmus Davissonus), First Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Jardin des Plantes, Paris, afterwards Physician to the King of Poland. (pp 265-80)
Small, John
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Note of some Explorations in a Tumulus called the Court Hill, in the Parish of Dalry, and County of Ayr. (pp 281-5)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Notice of a Bronze Sword found in Carlinwark Loch. Presented to the Museum by D A Gordon Esq of Greenlaw. (pp 286)
Stuart, John
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Notice regarding a 'Pict's House' and some other Antiquities in the Parish of Tealing, Forfarshire. (pp 287-93)
Jervise, Andrew
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Notice sur la vie de Jean Ramsay de Saint Andrew, en Ecosse, Professeur a l'Universite de Turin, et Medecin de Charles III., Duc de Savoie. Avec Pieces Justificatives. (pp 294-304)
Meana, Alexandre De
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Note of Coins found at Annat, on the Lands of Kilchrenan, in Argyllshire, the Property of William Muir, Esq. of Inystrinich. (pp 305)
Sim, George
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Note of a Bone Cave at Duntroon. (pp 306-8)
Mapleton, Rev. R J
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Note of a Broch at Dun Voradale, Isle of Raasay. (pp 308-9)
Judd, J M
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An Account of the Funeral of George, First Marquess of Huntly, in June 1636. (pp 309)
Laing, David
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Historical Description of the Altar-Piece, painted in the Reign of King James the Third of Scotland, belonging to Her Majesty, in the Palace of Holyrood. A Supplemental Notice. (pp 310-24)
Laing, David
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Notice of a Silver Chain or Girdle, the Property of Thomas Simson, of Blainslie, Esq., Berwickshire; another, in the University of Aberdeen; and of other Ancient Scottish Silver chains. (pp 321-47)
Smith, John Alexander
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An Account of Alexander Gordon, A.M., Author of the Itinerarium Septentrionale, 1726. Communicated in a Letter to the Foreign Secretary by Professor Daniel Wilson, LL.D., Toronto, Hon.Mem.S.A.Scot. With Additional Notes concerning Gordon and his Works. (pp 363-82)
Laing, David
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The Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the District of Knapdale, Argyllshire, and the Islands of Gigha and Cara. (pp 383-8)
White, T P
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Notes of some Unpublished Records of the Coinages of James VI. (pp 388-96)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Notes of some Entries in the Iceland Annals regarding the Death of the Princes Margaret, 'The Maiden of Norway,' in A.D. 1290, and 'The False Margaret,' who was Burned at Bergen in A.D. 1301; with Transcript of a Letter of Bishop Audfinn of Bergen referring to both, and dated 1st February 1320. (pp 403-19)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes on Querns, with special reference to one of unusual form found in a Moss near the Meikle Loch, Aberdeenshire. (pp 419-24)
King, William Ross
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Note of a Fragment of a Rune-Inscribed Stone from Aith's Voe, Cunningsburgh, Shetland, now in the Museum. (pp 425-30)
Stephens, George
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Notice of a Small Bronze Blade found in a Sepulchral Tumulus or Cairn at Rogart, Sutherland, and of similar Bronze Implements found in Different parts of Scotland. (pp 431-47)
Smith, John Alexander
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Note of Coarse Green Glass Beads found at Kinloch-Rannoch, Perthshire. (pp 447-8)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notes respecting a Fragment of an Ancient Sculptured Stone or Anglo-Saxon Cross, found at Gattonside, near Melrose, and a Portion of the Old Cross of Jedburgh. (pp 448-57)
Smith, John Alexander
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Note on the Sword of the Battle Abbey, formerly in the Meyrick Collection. (pp 462-75)
Paton, Sir J Noel
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On a Cave containing Bones and Objects of Human Workmanship, at Borness, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 476-99)
Corrie, Adam J, et al
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On the Osseous Remains of the Borness Bone Cave, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 499-507)
Clarke, William Bruce & Hunt, Arthur R
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Notes on Some Collections of Flint Implements from Buchan, Aberdeenshire. (pp 507-18)
Ferguson, William
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Notice of Excavations in Cairns in Strathnaver, Sutherlandshire, in a Communication from Mr Donald Mackay, Skelpick. (pp 519-23)
Stuart, John
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Notice of an Original Instrument recently Discovered among the Records of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, describing the Miraculous Cure effected on a Citizen of Aberdeen while on a Pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Thomas at Canterbury, dated 27th July 1445. (pp 528-35)
Stuart, John
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Notes on the Relics of the Viking Period of the Northmen in Scotland, illustrated by Specimens in the Museum. (pp 536-94)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes on some Ancient Chapels and other Remains in the Island of Mull. (pp 594-8)
Judd, J W
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Notice of an Ogham Inscription in the Churchyard of Aboyne, Aberdeenshire. (pp 602-3)
Skene, W F
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Vacation Notes in Cromar, Burghead, and Strathspey. Including Notice of one of the Supposed Burial-Places of St Columba. (pp 603-89)
Mitchell , Arthur & Drummond, James
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Notice of two Bronze Implements from India; with Observations on the one said to have been found at Norham, and now in the Society's Museum. (pp 690-5)
Elliot, Sir Walter
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Note of a Burnt Cairn dug out in Culcaldie Moss, near Lochinch, Wigtonshire, in a Letter to John Stuart, LL.D., Secretary. (pp 700-1)
Stair, Right. Hon the Earl of
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Notice of some Unpublished Records of Gold and other Mines in Scotland. (pp 702)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Letter from St Kilda. (pp 702-11)
Kennedy, Miss Anne
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On Certain Beliefs and Phrases of Shetland Fishermen. (pp 711-6)
Laurenson, Arthur
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Notes on some Polished Stone Discs of Unknown Use in the Museum. (pp 717-9)
Anderson, Joseph
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Lady Grange in the Island of St Kilda. (pp 722-30)
Laing, David
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Notices of St Palladius' Chapel, and of a Coffin-Slab, at Fordoun. (pp 730-5)
Jervise, Andrew
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Notice of a Curious Manuscript in the Library of the British Museum, containing Drawings and Descriptions of Scottish Coins. (pp 735-6)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Notes on the Lake-Dwellings of Wigtonshire. (pp 737-9)
Wilson, George
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Notice of the Discovery of Cists on the Farm of Slap, near Turriff, Aberfdeenshire. (pp 739-40)
Ledingham, John
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Note of an Underground Structure at Gress, near Stornoway, and other Ancient Remains in the Island of Lewis. (pp 741-4)
Liddel, Peter
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Index (pp 745-764)
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