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Volume 42 (1907-08) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-12)
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Mary Stuart and Roscoff. (pp 13-8)
Guthrie, the Hon. Lord
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The Churchyards of Prestonpans. (pp 18-39)
Reid, Alan
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Boyamund's Valuation of Ecclesiastical Benefices in the Archdeaconry of Lothian (1274-1275); with an Alphabetical List of the more difficult Place-names in the Accounts for the second year (1275-1276). (pp 40-55)
Dowden, the Right Rev. John
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The Newton Stone: a critical Examination and Translation of its main Inscription. (pp 56-63)
Bannerman, William
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Notices (1) of a Cist, with 'Food-vessel' Urn, at Easter Moy: and (2) of a Prehistoric Cairn on Callachy Hill, in the Black Isle, Ross-shire, with Plan and Section.' (pp 66-73)
Mackenzie, William
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Notices (1) of a Bronze Dagger, with its handle of horn, recently found in the Island of Rousay; and (2) of an Inscription in Tree-Runes, recently discovered on a Stone in the Stone Circle of Stennis, Orkney. (pp 74-8)
Cursiter, James W
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Sutherland and Caithness in Ancient Geography and Maps. (pp 79-94)
Mackay, Rev. Angus
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Report on Stone Circles surveyed in Perthshire - North Eastern Section; with measured Plans and Drawings (obtained under the Gunning Fellowship). (pp 95-162)
Coles, Fred. R
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'Bands' or Covenants in Scotland, with a List of extant Copies of the Scottish Covenants. (pp 166-82)
Hewison, Rev. James King
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On some peculiar Cupped Stones found in the parish of Colmonell, Ayrshire. (pp 183-90)
Aitken, John
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The Kitchen and Buttery Accounts of the Earl of Angus's Household, in Glasgow and the Canongate, from June to November 1608. (pp 191-207)
Curle, Alexander O
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Notices (1) of the Discovery of a Fourth Cinerary Urn containing Burnt Human Bones and other Relics at Seggiecrook, Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire, and (2) Two small polished Stone Axes and a Flanged Spearhead of Bronze from Asia Minor. (pp 212-33)
Callander, J Graham
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Notes on an Armorial Stone at Carrick House, Eday, Orkney. (pp 234-42)
Bell, Walter L
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A French Mission to Scotland in 1543. (pp 243-52)
Bryce, William Moir
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Notice of a Prehistoric Kitchen-Midden and Superimposed Mediaeval Stone Floor found at Tusculum, North Berwick. (pp 253-94)
Cree, James E
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Note on a Pair of Pipe Bannerets of Reay's Fencible Highlanders (1794-1802), offered to the Society of Antiquaries as a Loan Exhibit on behalf of the Clan Mackay Society. (pp 298-300)
Mackay, George
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Notes on a Fifteenth Century Manuscript of 'The Mirror of the Life of Christ' in the Advocates' Library. (pp 304-7)
Dickson, W K
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Notice of the Examination of Prehistoric Kitchen Middens on the Archerfield Estate, near Gullane, Haddingtonshire, in November 1907. (pp 308-19)
Curle, Alex. O
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Notices (1) of a Pottery Churn from the Island of Coll, with Remarks on Hebridean Pottery; and (2) of a Workshop for Flint Implements in Wigtownshire. (pp 326-9)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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Notice of the Discovery of a Cinerary Urn at Gauldry, Fifeshire. (pp 330-1)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notice of the Examination of a Cairn and Interments of the Early Iron Age at the Black Rocks, Gullane, Haddingtonshire, on 14th March, 1908. (pp 332-41)
Ewart, Edward
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On the Ogham Inscriptions of the Lunnasting and Golspie Stones. (pp 342-52)
Bannerman, William
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Index (pp 353-83)
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