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Volume 47 (1912-13) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-12)
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Notes on a Hoard of Personal Ornaments, Implements, and Anglo-Saxon and Northumbrian Coins from Talnotrie, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 12-6)
Maxwell, Herbert
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Notice of Plans, and a Bird's-Eye Perspective, believed to be the Oldest Authentic View of Edinburgh Castle, now in the King's Library, British Museum. (pp 17-29)
Anderson, R Rowand
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The Circular Forts of North Perthshire. (pp 30-60)
Watson, W J
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The Church Bells of Linlithgowshire. (pp 61-94)
Eeles, F C
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Notes on the Relics preserved in Dunvegan Castle, Skye, and the Heraldry of the Family of MacLeod of MacLeod. (pp 99-129)
MacLeod, Fred T
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Churchyard Memorials of Peebles, Stobo, Lyne, West Linton, and Newlands. (pp 130-71)
Reid, Alan
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Note of a Cist and Urn of Drinking-Cup Type found at Broomdykes, Edrom, Berwickshire. (pp 172-3)
Craw, James Hewat
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Notice of an Undescribed Slab sculptured with Celtic Ornament, and some Churchyard Monuments at Girvan, Ayrshire. (pp 174-96)
Morris, James A
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Fords, Ferries, Floats, and Bridges near Lanark. (pp 209-56)
Reid, Thomas
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Further Notes on the Artificial Islands in the Highland Area. (pp 257-302)
Blundell, Rev. F Odo
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The Roads and Bridges in the Early History of Scotland. (pp 303-33)
Inglis, Harry R G
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Notes on a Medieaval Burgess's House at Inverkeithing. (pp 343-8)
Mears, F C
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Notes on the Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle. (pp 348-59)
Hewison, Rev. James King
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Notes on some Yarrow Antiquities. (pp 360-84)
Cash, C G
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Notes on some Undescribed Objects from the Roman Fort at Newstead, Melrose. (pp 384-405)
Curle, James
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A Thirteenth-Century Papal Charter granted to the Abbey of Kinloss. (pp 408-17)
Bernard, J H
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Note of an Incised Cross Stone near the Burying Ground, Isle Martin, one of the Summer Isles, West Ross-shire. (pp 418-9)
Cairns, James D
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Note of the Discovery of a Steatite Urn in Harray, Orkney, now presented to the Museum. (pp 420-2)
Fraser, John
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Randolph's Capture of Edinburgh Castle - Where did he climb the Rock? (pp 423-6)
Stair-Kerr, Eric
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St Regulus Tower, St Andrews - Where did the Stones with which it was built come from? (pp 426-8)
Thoms, Alexander
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Note on a Balance and Weights of the Viking Period, found in the Island of Gigha. (pp 436-43)
Bryce, Thomas H
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A Gold Armlet of the Viking Time discovered in Shetland. (pp 444-50)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notices of (1) A Bronze Socketed Axe from Daviot, Aberdeenshire, and (2) A Stone Mould for Casting Whorls, from Insch, Aberdeenshire, with (3) Notes on Lead Whorls, Lead Brooches, and Button Moulds. (pp 450-62)
Callander, J Graham
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Note on a Celtic Cross-Slab and Two Fragments recently found at St Andrews. (pp 463-8)
Fleming, D Hay
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Note on a Small Hoard of Silver Coins found in Eastfield Moss, Fauldhouse. (pp 468-9)
MacDonald, George
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Ecclesiastical Remains at Cruden and St Fegus, Aberdeenshire. (pp 470-88)
Eeles, F C
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Index (pp 489-506)
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