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Volume 2 (1822) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries
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Dissertation on the Cry of the Maskers at Christmas, or Yule. (pp 001-013)
Callender, John
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An Account of some Remains of Antiquity in Forfarshire. (pp 014-030)
Jamieson, Rev Dr
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Memoir concerning the Roman Progress in Scotland to the North of the Grampian Hills. (pp 031-042)
Grant, Rev. Mr
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Topographical Account of the Parish and Church of Linlithgow. (pp 043-052)
Seton, Sir Alexander
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An Account of some Subterraneous Habitations in Aberdeenshire. (pp 053-058)
Stuart, Professor
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Proofs of the former existence of a People in North America, distinct from the Indians and Europeans. (pp 059-064)
Mitchell, Dr S L
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Extracts from a History of the Parishes of Monivaird and Strowan. (pp 065-075)
Porteous, Mr
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On Ancient Sepulture, with an Account of an Urn presented to the Society. (pp 076-102)
Jamieson, Rev Dr
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Letter from Archbishop Sharp to the Earl of Middleton, Lord High Commissioner. (pp 103-107)
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Letter to John Swinton, Esq., from Major Barry of Lednock, concerning Bessie Bell and Mary Gray. (pp 108-110)
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Some account of a Royal Hunting Match in the Forst of Atholl in 1563. (pp 111-115)
Geddes, Bishop
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Letters concerning the Discovery of the Silver Box, containing the Heart of Edward Lord Bruce of Kinloss. (pp 116-128)
Begbie, Patrick
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Memoirs of the Life of Cardinal George Innes. (pp 129-133)
Geddes, Rev Dr John
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Observations on the History and Language of the Pehts. (pp 134-153)
Murray, Rev Dr Alexander
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On the New Order of Gooding and Manuring of all sorts of Field Land with common Salts, &c. (pp 154-158)
Napier, Archibald
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Description of certain Roman Ruins discovered at Inveresk. (pp 159-167)
de Cardonnel, Adam
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On the Purple Dye of the Ancient Tyrians. (pp 168-180)
Begbie, Patrick
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Account of the Expences of the Earl Marischal, in his Lodgings at Edinburgh, in 1642. (pp 181-191)
Keith, Alexander
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An Account of Sheuchy Dyke, in the East of Fife. (pp 192-198)
Brown, Dr William
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Remarks on the Ancient Weapon denominated the Celt. (pp 199-207)
Dow, the Rev Mr John
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Notices concerning Archbishop Sharp, with the Acts of his first Diocesan Synod at St Andrews, containing a Directory for Discipline and Worship. (pp 208-212)
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Observations on the Accounts given of the Life and Acts of St Patrick. (pp 213-252)
Dillon, John
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Remarks on the Rev. Dr Murray's Observations on the History and Language of the Pehts. (pp 253-285)
Jamieson, Rev Dr
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Extract of a Letter from Mr Thomas Randolphe to the Earl of Bedforde, dated Edenburgh, 7th April 1565, in regard to the discovery of Roman Ruins at Inveresk. (pp 287)
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Extract of a Letter from Mr Thomas Randolphe to Sir William Cecill, dated Edenburgh, 18th April 1565, on the same subject. (pp 288)
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Observations upon the various accounts of the Progress of the Roman Arms in Scotland, and of the Scene of the Great Battle between Agricola and Galgacus. (pp 289-313)
Stuart, Professor
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An Account of some Sculptured Pillars in the Northern Part of Scotland. (pp 314-323)
Stuart, Professor
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An Account of the Hill Fort of the Barmekyne, in Aberdeenshire. (pp 324-327)
Skene, James
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Catalogue of Books belonging to the Cathedral Church of Glasgow, taken in the year 1432. (pp 328-340)
Dillon, Mr
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Notes and Observations on the preceding Catalogue of Books. (pp 341-349)
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Observations on the Norwegian Expedition against Scotland in the year 1263, and on some previous events which gave occasion to that War. (pp 350-396)
Dillon, John
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Notes on the preceding Observations. (pp 397-406)
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Illustration of the Customs of a Manor in the North of England during the Fifteenth Century, with occasional Remarks on their resemblance to the Incidents of Ancient Scotish Tenures. (pp 407-434)
Hibbert, Samuel
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Extracts from the Report made by Henry Jardine, Esq., his Majesty's Remembrancer in Exchequer, relative to the Tomb of King Robert Bruce, and the Church of Dunfermline, communicated to the Society on the 10th December 1821. (pp 435-455)
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Account of Queen Bleary's Tomb in the Abbey Church of Paisley. (pp 456-461)
Boog, Rev Dr
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Account of the Discovery of an Ancient Tomb at Fetteresso, in Kincardineshire, in January 1822, communicated by Professor Stuart of Aberdeen. (pp 462-465)
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List of Books and Manuscripts which belonged to the Franciscan Convent in Aberdeen at the time of the Reformation. (pp 466-468)
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Remarks on the Well-House Tower, situated at the foot of the Castle Rock of Edinburgh. (pp 469-479)
Skene, James
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Of the Reign of Duncan Second, King of Scots. (pp 480-489)
Stuart, Professor
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Account of a Stone with a Runic Inscription, presented to the Society by the late Sir Alexander Setoun of Preston, and of some other Inscriptions of the same kind in the Isle of Man. (pp 490-501)
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Notes of Reference to the Series of Delineations of the Runic and other Ancient Crosses found in the Isle of Man, communicated by Mr Oswald. (pp 502-508)
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Notice of some Ruins in the Island of Milo, in Greece. (pp 509-512)
Boswall, Captain
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Appendix
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Appendix (Report concerning the collection of coins and medals belonging to the Antiquarian Society)
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Appendix (Catalogue of the Scottish coins)
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Appendix (List of Deficiencies in the Series of Scotch coins)
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