Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1987) Series: 2, Volume 87.

Table of Contents

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Prehistoric Habitation Sites in West Cumbria. Part V: Eskmeals to Haverigg.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. and P. J. Cherry, B.A (pp. 1-10)
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The Production and Distribution of Beehive Querns in Cumbria - Some Initial Considerations.
Caroline J. Ingle (pp. 11-18)
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Results of Survey Work carried out in the Caldbeck Fells, Cumbria.
V. E. Turner, B.A., M.I.F.A (pp. 19-26)
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Stone-based huts and other structures at Smithy Beck, Ennerdale.
the late W. Fletcher and Clare I. Fell (pp. 27-36)
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Later Bronze Age Pottery from Kirkhead Cave, Cumbria.
J. A. Gilks (pp. 37-42)
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A Roman Bridge Stone from the River Eden, Carlisle.
Ian Caruana and J. C. Coulston (pp. 43-52)
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G. Julius Marcus.
G. R. -Stephens, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 53-60)
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The Roman garrisons of Maryport.
Michael G. Jarrett, B.A., Ph.D., F.S.A. and G. R. Stephens, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 61-66)
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"The Castles", Downhall, Aikton.
J. Bennett, A. Herne and A. Whitworth (pp. 67-82)
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The Medieval Hospitals of Cumbria.
W. G. Wiseman (pp. 83-100)
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Excavations and Survey at Piel Castle, near Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
Rachel Newman, B. A (pp. 101-116)
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Oak for the Navy: A Case Study, 1700-1703.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., F.C.S.I (pp. 117-126)
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The Demolition of the Priory of St Mary, Carlisle.
D. R. Perriam (pp. 127-158)
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Canon Winder Hall and its owners.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 159-170)
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Inheritance and fortune in the eighteenth century: the rise of Sir James Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale.
J. V. Beckett (pp. 171-178)
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A Letter by Charles Gough, 1804.
Andrew F. Wilson (pp. 179-182)
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Working-class Housing and Related Health Policies in Mid-Nineteenth Century Kendal with Particular Reference to the Activities of John Whitwell, M.P.
Andrew Watterson (pp. 183-214)
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The Slate Quarrying Industry in Westmorland: Part One: The valleys of Troutbeck, Kentmere and Longsleddale.
R. David, B.A (pp. 215-236)
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The Tannery, Rusland, South Cumbria.
Christine Howard-Davis (pp. 237-250)
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Various. (pp. 251-282)
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Evidence for Prehistoric Habitation in Fields adjacent to the Northern Edge of the Tarn at Ehenside.
J. Cherry and P. J. Cherry (pp. 251-253)
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Flint Artefact found at NY 1398 0245.
J. Cherry (pp. 253-254)
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Field-walking at Levens.
J. and P. J. Cherry (pp. 254-255)
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Observations in the Roman Vicus at Bowness-on-Solway.
Ian Caruana and Alan James (pp. 256)
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A Watching-brief South-east of Moresby Fort, 1980.
Julian Bennett, David Bartlett and Tony Holmes (pp. 256-258)
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A metal statuette from the "Hadrian's Wall area".
R. Brownsword, E. E. H. Pitt and C. Richardson (pp. 259-261)
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A "hut" below Carrock Fell hillfort.
Colin Richardson (pp. 261-262)
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Three querns from Aglionby.
Ian Caruana (pp. 262-265)
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Kiln at 21 Abbey Vale, St. Bees, Cumbria.
John Todd (pp. 266-268)
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Tom Smith's Stone.
Jeremy Godwin, M.A. (pp. 268-269)
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Excavations at Carlisle Cathedral.
M. R. McCarthy (pp. 270-271)
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Kirklinton Church.
Ian Caruana and Alan James (pp. 271-272)
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Cumbria in 1773.
Jeremy Black (pp. 272)
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Whirligig from Low Dovecote, Walton, Brampton.
Sue Kirby (pp. 273-274)
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A pair of sealed green glass wine bottles in Penrith Museum.
Edgar Bolton (pp. 275-279)
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Tempest Tower, Little Orton, and its builder James Sibson.
Jeremy Godwin, M.A. (pp. 279-282)
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An Ethnographic Specimen at Rosley School.
Ian Caruana (pp. 282)
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Anon. (pp. 282-284)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 285-292)
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