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Volume 31 (1896-97) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-6)
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Notes on the Biblical Text of the Book of Mulling. (pp 7-64)
Lawlor, Rev. H J
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Notice of a Human Hand and forearm, pierced with Nail-holes and a Basket-hilted Sword, formerly preserved in the Family of Graham of Woodhall, Yorkshire, as Relics of James, First Marquis of Montorse. (pp 65-74)
Morkill, J W
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Notice of a Sculptured Cross, with Crucifixion on Obverse, recently discovered at Lamlash. (pp 74-7)
Landsborough, Rev. D
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Notice of a Group of Carved Grave-slabs at Dalmally, Argyleshire. (pp 81-5)
Brydall, Robert
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Notes of Antiquities in Loch Alsh and Kintail. (pp 86-9)
Wallace, Thomas
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Notes on a Stone Circle in Wigtownshire. (pp 90-4)
Coles, Fred R.
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Notes on a Heraldic Monument at Kilmany, Fifeshire. (pp 94-8)
Walker, Robert Crawfurd
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Dogs in Church. (pp 98-103)
Mackinlay, J M
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Notice of a Cup and Ring-marked Boulder, recently discovered on the Braid Hills. (pp 110-2)
Bruce, John
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Notes on Amulets from Morocco (with Translations). (pp 112-4)
Macadam, W Ivison
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Scottish Burials and Skulls, probably belonging to the Bronze Age. (pp 115-21)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Some Notes on Scottish Crusies - their wide Distribution and the Contrivance for suspending them. (pp 121-46)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Report on the Photography of the Sculptured Stones earlier than A.D. 1100, in the District of Scotland south of the river Dee; obtained under the Jubilee Gift of His Excellency Dr. R. H. Gunning, LL.D., F.S.A. Scot. (pp 147-52)
Allen, J Romilly
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On a Calendar of the Sixteenth Century, containing MS. Notes on Scottish History and other Records. (pp 156-80)
Paul, J Balfour
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Notices (I.) Of the Discovery of a Cist and Bronze Blade at Letham Quarry, Perth; (II.) of the Standing Stones at High Auchenlarie, Anwoth, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 181-8)
Coles, Fred. R
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Notice of a Burial Mound at Cavers, Roxburghshire. (pp 188-95)
Christison, D
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Notice of the Discovery of Urns at Chesters, Roxburghshire; and Notes on Lamps, Crocach, and Brazilian Pottery, &c. (pp 199-209)
Duns, Professor
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Notes on Old Scottish Measures, with a Notice of the Inverkeithing Ellwand. (pp 210-5)
Paul, J Balfour
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Notes on Tumuli in Cullen District; and Notice of the Discovery of Two Urns at Foulford near Cullen. (pp 216-23)
Cramond, W
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Some Notes on Road Bills, with reference to a Collection of them, in three volumes, now exhibited; and Notes on the Casting from Abernethy Iron Works, now presented to the Museum. (pp 224-7)
Cramond, W
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Notes of a Stone on the Moor near Dullatur, called the Carrick Stone, shaped like a Roman Altar, and having Cups on its upper Surface (with a Drawing). (pp 228-30)
Donnelly, W A
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Notes on the Excavation of a Kitchen-midden and on a Cup-marked Stone, at Den of Dun, Forfarshire. (pp 240-3)
Lumsden, Lieut. Col. H W
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Note on a Cinerary Urn, of a Type not common in Scotland, lately found near Cramond. (pp 244-6)
MacDonald, James
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The Gaels in Iceland. (pp 247-64)
Craigie, W A
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Notices (1) of an Ancient Canoe found in the river Tay, near Errol; (2) a Grinding-stone found on the Sidlaw Hills; (3) a Beggar's Badge of Sixteenth Century found in Dundee; and (4) a Spear-head of Flint found in the carcass of a Whale. Being recent additions to the Dundee Museum. (pp 265-81)
Hutcheson, Alex.
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'The Girdlestanes' and a neighbouring Stone Circle, in the Parish of Eskdalemuir, Dumfriesshire. (pp 281-9)
Christison, David
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Notice of a Cup-marked Stone recently found at Gallow Hill, Parish of Cargill. (pp 290-2)
Baxter, George C
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Notices of some recently-discovered Inscribed and Sculptured Stones. (pp 293-308)
Anderson, Joseph
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On some Points of Resemblance between the Art of the Early Sculptured Stones of Scotland and of Ireland. (pp 309-32)
Allen, J Romilly
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Index (pp 333-48)
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