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Volume 26 (1891-92) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-5)
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On Trepanning the Human Skull in Prehistoric Times. (pp 5-33)
Munro, Robert
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Notes on Examples of Old Heraldic and other Glass, existing in, or having connection with, Scotland; with especial reference to the Heraldic Rondel preserved at Woodhouselee. (pp 34-48)
Gray, J M
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Notice of a Submarine Deposit of Samian Ware off the Coast of Kent. (pp 49-57)
Beer, John T
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Notice of the Discovery of a Viking Interment, in the Island of Colonsay. (pp 61-2)
McNeill, Malcolm
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Notice of St Queran's Well at Cargen, and Offerings recently made to it. (pp 63-5)
Dudgeon, Patrick
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Notice of the Excavation of a Chambered Cairn in the Parish of Farr, Sutherlandshire. (pp 65-7)
Kerr, Cathel
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Notice of the Excavation of a Sepulchral Tumulus called The Law, in the Parish of Urquhart, Elginshire. (pp 67-8)
Mackintosh, Galloway
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Notes on two Brochs recently discovered at Bow, Midlothian, and Torwoodlee, Selkirkshire. (pp 68-84)
Curle, Jun., James
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Notices of the Arbuthnott Missal, Psalter, and Office of the Blessed Virgin. (pp 89-104)
MacGillivray, William
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Notices of Ethelred, Earl of Fife, and Abbot of Dunkeld, and his place in the Royal Family of Scotland in the Eleventh Century. (pp 104-13)
Lockhart, Rev. William
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Notice of further Excavations in Harelaw Cairn, Fifeshire. (pp 114-7)
Constable, George W
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The Motes, Forts, and Doons of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbrightshire. (Part II) (pp 117-70)
Coles, Frederick R
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On some Obscure Remains in the Parish of Dailly, Ayrshire. (pp 177-9)
Christison, David
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Notice of a Seal of James, First Viscount Seafield, afterwards Lord Chancellor of Scotland. (pp 180-2)
Lingard-Guthrie, Rev. R R
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Notice of the Discovery of a Hoard of the Bronze Age, consisting chiefly of Personal Ornaments of Bronze, Amber, and Gold, at Balmashanner, near Forfar. (pp 182-8)
Anderson, Joseph
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The Fouds, Lawrightmen, and Ranselmen of Shetland Parishes. (pp 189-212)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notice of the recent Discovery of Fragments of Ancient Sculptured Crosses at the Cathedral Church, St Andrews. (pp 215-20)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Some Unrecorded Relics in the Parishes of Cargill, Scone, and St Martins. (pp 221-4)
Baxter, George C
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Notice of a Hoard of Broken Silver Ornaments and Anglo-Saxon and Oriental Coins found in Skye. (pp 225-40)
Richardson, A B
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Notes on a Heraldic Panel found in the Parish Church of Prestonpans in November 1891. (pp 241-50)
Hislop, J Fowler
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Report on the Sculptured Stones older than A.D. 1100, with Symbols and Celtic Ornament, in the District of Scotland South of the River Dee; obtained under the Victoria Jubilee Gift of His Excellency Dr. R. H. Gunnning, F.S.A. Scot. (pp 251-9)
Allen, J Romilly
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The Inscriptions and Language of the Northern Picts. (pp 263-351)
Rhys, John
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Notice of the Excavation of the Broch at Ousdale, Caithness. (pp 351-7)
Mackay, James
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On two Rune Prime-Staves from Sweden and three Wooden Almanacs from Norway. (pp 358-78)
Simpson, H F Morland
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'Auld Lang Syne' - its Origin, Poetry, and Music. (pp 379-97)
Dick, James
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Notice of Stone Implements, &c., from Asia and Africa, in the National Collection. (pp 398-412)
Black, George F
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Notice of an Egyptian Funeral Canopy, and of other Objects in the National Museum bearing Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. (pp 413-33)
Millar, William Ferguson
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Notice of a Bronze Bell of Celtic Type at Forteviot, Perthshire. (pp 434-9)
Anderson, Joseph
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Note on the Old Ayr and Dalmellington Road, marked on the Ordnance Map as 'Roman'. (pp 439)
MacDonald, James
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An Account of the Maces of the Universities of St Andrews, Glasgow, Aberdeen, and Edinburgh, the College of Justice, the City of Edinburgh, &c. (pp 440-514)
Brook, Alexander J S
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Index (pp 515-32)
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