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 (1991) Series: 2, Volume 91.

Table of Contents

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Results of survey work carried out between the Shap and Askham Fells, Cumbria.
V. E. Turner (pp. 1-12)
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Archaeological Survey of Structural Remains on Barbon High Fell.
J Cherry and P. J. Cherry (pp. 13-18)
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The Roman "Signal" Tower at Johnson's Plain, Cumbria,
D. J. Woolliscroft and S. A. M. Swain (pp. 19-30)
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Excavations and a ground-based radar survey at Long Lane, Carlisle, 1990.
P. Flynn and M. R. McCarthy (pp. 31-48)
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A Roman Road from Kendal to Ambleside. A field survey. Part I: Kendal to Broadgate.
J. S. Andrews and J. A. Andrews (pp. 49-58)
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Murder at Hutton-In-The-Forest: A study in the government of thirteenth-century Cumberland.
Henry Summerson (pp. 59-68)
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The medieval land use of Kentmere.
M.A. Atkin (pp. 69-78)
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The Mottes of North Lancashire, Lonsdale and South Cumbria.
Mary C Higham (pp. 79-90)
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Hugh Sewell, Canon and Prebendary of Carlisle.
M. A. Clark (pp. 91-100)
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Mining and Smelting by the Cliffords, earls of Cumberland, in Westmorland in the early Seventeenth Century.
Richard T. Spence (pp. 101-118)
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The Roundclose: A recessed platform in Eskdale.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 119-126)
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The sinking of Saltom Pit, Whitehaven.
Jean E. Ward (pp. 127-144)
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George Romney's Ancestry.
C. Roy Hudleston (pp. 145-160)
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John Kendall and his Diary.
Hugh Prince (pp. 161-172)
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The Hawkshead School Library in 1788: A Catalogue.
Duncan Wu (pp. 173-198)
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A Cumbrian Medical Student at Edinburgh University in 1806-7.
Blake Tyson (pp. 199-212)
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The Hawkshead Connexion: Some Cumbrian Baptists.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 213-236)
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Bee Shelters and Bee Boles in Cumbria.
Penelope Walker and Eva Crane (pp. 237-263)
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Various. (pp. 263-304)
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Recording Work at Kirkhead Cavern.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 263)
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Flints from Murton, Asby and Orton Scar.
Clare I. Fell (pp. 263-264)
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Reworked axe from Little Strickland Hill, Witherslack.
Clare I. Fell (pp. 265-266)
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Rise How: An AMS date for the Iron Age Burial.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 266-267)
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The Position of Milefortlet 10 (Silloth).
Percival Turnbull (pp. 267-268)
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Archaelogical work on the Papcastle Bypass.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 268)
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The Roman Road across Leesrigg Pasture.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 269)
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Recent Roman Coin Finds in Cumbria and North Lancashire.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 269-276)
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A Further Component of the Cliburn (Penrith) Hoard.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 276-279)
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A Hoard of radiates from Great Strickland.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 280-281)
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Another gold coin from Scalesceugh.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 281-282)
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Two Roman Mounts from Kendal, Cumbria.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 282-284)
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The Fosse of the Galwegians.
R. L. Bellhouse B.Sc., F.S.A. (pp. 285-287)
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Henry Bradfoot of Carlisle.
B. C. Jones (pp. 287-289)
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Carlisle Cathedral: Fratry watching brief, 1988.
Graham D. Keevill (pp. 289-292)
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A Possible Medieval Votive Coin from Cummersdale.
Ian Caruana (pp. 292-294)
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St Margaret's Tower, Staveley.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 294)
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The Anchorite well, Kendal - recent changes.
John Marsh (pp. 295)
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A mid fourteenth century coin hoard from Rickerby, Carlisle.
C. Richardson and M.R. McCarthy (pp. 295-298)
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A Westmorland Quaker in Maryland.
Arthur H. Duxbury (pp. 298-299)
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Three post-medieval green glass wine bottle fragments from Penrith.
Edgar Bolton (pp. 299-301)
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An eighteenth-century sealed green glass wine bottle in Carlisle Museum.
Edgar Bolton (pp. 301-303)
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A fragmentary Nailsea type glass vessel in Carlisle Museum.
Edgar Bolton (pp. 303-304)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 305-312)
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