Derbyshire Archaeological Journal

Derbyshire Archaeological Society, 2016

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Table of Contents

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Old deeds in the parish chest of St. Wystan's, Repton.
E. G. (pp. 001-018)
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Carved panels from the old home of the Babingtons in Derby.
Kerry, C. (pp. 019-021)
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Inventory of Robert Marples, 1676.
Addy, S. O. (pp. 022-032)
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On a painted glass window in Morley Church, Derbyshire. (concluded)
Bailey, G. (pp. 033-038)
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A cromlech formerly standing on Riber Hill, Matlock, in the County of Derby.
Bryan, B. (pp. 039-044)
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Notes on the manors of Kirk Langley and Meynell Langley.
Meynell, G. (pp. 045-054)
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A visit to Derbyshire in 1630.
Pagett, J. (pp. 054-054)
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The diary of Benjamin Granger, of Bolsover 1688-1708.
Yeatman, J. P. (pp. 055-069)
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From Wolley mss. [Letter written by the 1st Duke of Devonshire to John Bagshaw]
Cox, J. C. (Ed.) (pp. 069-069)
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On Derbyshire plumbery, or workings in lead.
Cox, J. C. (pp. 070-083)
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A calendar of the fines for the county of Derby, (1252-1258) (continued)
Hart, W. H. (pp. 084-093)
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A literal transcript of the oldest register of West Hallam, Derbyshire.
Kerry, C. (pp. 094-117)
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Duffield Castle: its history, site, and an account of the seven Earl Ferrers who owned it.
Cox, J. C. (pp. 118-178)
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On some fragments of English earthenware lately discovered at Derby.
Solon, L. M. (pp. 179-187)
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The Bradburne chantry, Ashbourn.
Fane, W. D. (pp. 188-189)
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Babington family (from Report of the Hon. Secretary).
Kerry, C. (pp. XXI-XXVIII)
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