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Volume 50, 1949
Table of Contents


Title pages, contents, illustrations
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Reports of Proceedings for 1945-48
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Mesolithic Chipping Floors in the Wind-blown Deposits of West Surrey
W F RANKINE
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Excavations at Purberry Shot, Ewell, Surrey
A W G LOWTHER
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Celtic Agriculture in Surrey
BRIAN HOPE-TAYLOR
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The Excavation of a late Roman Bath-house at Chatley Farm, Cobham
SHEPPARD FRERE
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Byfleet House, 'A noble house of brick'
L R STEVENS
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Coats of Arms in Surrey Churches (Part II)
H W POINTER
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Notes
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- Late Levallois Point from C Terrace, Farnham
- Flint Implement from the Brickearth, Farnham
- Neolithic Axe of Sandstone from Runfold, Farnham
- Neolithic Axe of Volcanic Rock from Frensham
- The Silvermere Urn
- Looped Palstave from Frensham
- Perforated Implement from Ash
- Perforated Implement of Diorite from Wisley Common
- Iron Age Pottery from Ewell and Ashtead
- Iron Age Pottery from Hawk's Hill, Fetcham
- Pottery from Merle Common, Limpsfield, Surrey
- 'Roman Road' on Winterfold Common, Albury
- Celtic Gods of Farley Heath
- Stane Street in Clapham
- Early Mediaeval Pottery from Old Malden
- Surrey Property of Nunnery of St Mary, Clerkenwell
- The Hundred of Copthorne and Effingham
- Polesden: the Name and the Place
- Heraldic Roof Bosses in the Nave of Godalming Church
- The Dedication of Ripley Chapel
- Cheam Rate Book, 1730-1753
- Pepys and Braboeuf Manor
- Recently discovered early Charter (c AD 1220-1221)
- Early Mediaeval Iron Key from Leatherhead
- The Earthworks on Banstead Heath
- Wall Painting in Fetcham Church
Reviews
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Index
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