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Volume 14 (1879-80) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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Notice of the Discovery of two Sculptured Stones, with Symbols, at Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 11-3)
MacLagan, Miss C
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Notice of a Charter of Confirmation by King Frederick the Third of Denmark and Norway (1662), and other Documents in the Norse Language relating to Shetland. (pp 13-45)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notes on Bronze Weapons and other Remains found near Poolewe, Ross-shire. (pp 45-9)
Jolly, William
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Note on two Sculptured Sepulchral Slabs in Old Pentland Churchyard. (pp 49-51)
Arnold, Thomas
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Notes on the Contents of two Viking Graves in Islay, Discovered by William Campbell, Esq., of Ballinaby; with Notices of the Burial Customs of the Norse Sea-Kings, as recorded in the Sagas and Illustrated by their Grave Mounds in Norway and in Scotland. (pp 51-89)
Anderson, Joseph
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Note on a Stone Cross in the Parish of Ratho. (pp 94-5)
Findlay, J R
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Note on some Bronze Weapons, Implements, and Ornaments. (pp 95-8)
Patrick, R W Cochran
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Note on the Horn of a Rhinoceros stated to have been found in a Marl Pit in Forfarshire. (pp 98-102)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of Ancient Celtic Bells at Glenlyon, Fortingall, and Inch. (pp 102-8)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes of an Urn Found at Kennyshillock, Urquhart, Elgin, now presented to the Museum, and on a Bullet-Mould of Stone, Lent for Exhibition by Mr J MacDonald, Dunphail. (pp 109-10)
Morrison, Rev. James
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Notes on the Ancient Musical Instruments of Scotland. With Illustrative Drawings. (pp 114-25)
Glen, Robert
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Notice of a Collection of Implements of Stone and Bronze, now presented to the Museum, and exhibited to the Meeting, and other Antiquities from Wigtownshire. (pp 126-42)
Wilson, Rev. George
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Notes on some Old Customs in the Island of Skye. (pp 143-7)
McGregor, Alexander
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Note on Seven Himyarite Silver Coins, presented by George Hay, Esq., Port Surgeon at Aden. (pp 147-8)
Sim, George
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Notes on Wooden Tumbler Locks. (pp 149-62)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notice, with Analyses, of a Series of Church Tokens of various Parishes; of the Collection Plates belonging to the church of Duddingston and the Trinity College Church of Edinburgh; and of the Trinity College Church Hospital Bell. (pp 163-9)
Macadam, W Ivison
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On Stone Implements from Nova Scotia and Canada, and on the Use of Copper Implements by the Aborigines of Nova Scotia. (pp 176-80)
Duns, Professor
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Note on 'Trotter Roofing.'. (pp 180-1)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of the Discovery of a Hoard of Groats of Robert III., enclosed in a Ewer of Brass, and buried in the Cathedral Green, Fortrose. (pp 182-6)
Geddie, W S
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Descriptive Notice of the Coins in the Fortrose Hoards, with Notes on the corresponding Gold Coinage of Scotland. (pp 186-219)
Burns, Edward
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Notice of an Urn, Flint Knife, and Whetstone, found in removing a large Cairn at Stenton. (pp 220-1)
Marjoribanks, Rev. G
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Notes on a Gold Lunette found at Auchentaggart, Dumfriesshire, and a Massive Silver Chain found at Whitecleugh, Lanarkshire, exhibited by His Grace The Duke of Buccleuch. (pp 222-4)
Clark, J Gilchrist
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Notes on Fire-Producing Machines. (pp 229-53)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notice of a Camp on the Midhill-Head, on the Estate of Borthwick Hall, in the Parish of Heriot, Midlothian, the property of D J Macfie, Esq. (pp 254-60)
Galloway, W
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Notice of a Jet Necklace and Urn of the Food-Vessel Type, found in a Cist at Balcalk, Tealing, and of the opening of Hatton Cairn, Parish of Inverarity, Forfarshire. (pp 260-7)
Sturrock, John
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Notice of a Drawing of a Bronze Crescent-shaped Plate, which was dug up at Laws, Parish of Monifieth, in 1796. (pp 268-74)
Roger, James Cruikshank
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Notice of the Discovery of a Sepulchral Urn at Birseley, Parish of Tranent, now presented to the Museum. (pp 279-80)
Struthers, Rev. John
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Notice of an Urn and Bronze Blade, found at Shuttlefield, Lockerbie. (pp 280-2)
Rae, William
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Notes on Cairns, a Stone Circle, and an Incised Stone in Carsphairn, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 283-5)
McDiarmid, W R
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Notice of an Ancient Celtic Reliquary, ornamented with Interlaced-Work. (pp 286-91)
Duns, Professor
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Notes on Stone Circles in Durris, Kincardineshire and its Neighbourhood. (pp 294-309)
Smith, R Angus
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Notes on the Inscription at Newton-Insch, Aberdeenshire. (pp 292-4)
Ellison, Ralph Carr
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Notice of two Bronze Swords found in Kincardineshire. (pp 316-7)
Gammack, Rev. James
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Preliminary Note on the Discovery of a Bone Cave at the Island of Colonsay. (pp 318-24)
Grieve, Symington
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Notice of three Contracts betwixt Sir William Bruce of Balcaskie, His Majesty's Surveyor-General; Sr William Sharp of Stainiehill, His Majesty's Cash-keeper; and Robert Mylne, His Majesty's Master Mason, for the Reparation and Building of the Palace of Holyrood (1672-76); with Relative Letters, &c., lately Discovered in the Charter-room at Kinross House. (pp 324-37)
Marshall, David
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Notices of the Unprinted Chartulary of the Priory of St Andrew of Northampton, and of Charters by the Scottish Kings and Princes, as Earls of Huntingdon, and other Nobles, contained therein. (pp 338-46)
Bain, Joseph
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Note on a Standing Stone near Ford, Argyllshire. (pp 346-8)
Allen, J Romilly
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On the Preservation of National Antiquities and Monuments in Denmark. (pp 348-62)
Worsaae, J J A
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Traditions of the Macaulays of Lewis. (pp 363-431)
Thomas, F W L
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Notice of an Ancient Celtic Reliquary exhibited to the Society by Sir Archibald Grant, Bart., of Monymusk. (pp 431-5)
Anderson, Joseph
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Additional Notes to Notice of the Remains of the Great Auk (Alca impennis, Linn.), found in Caithness; with Notes of its Occurrence, &c., in Scotland, and of its Early History. (pp 436-44)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of a Fragment of a Silver Penannular Brooch, ornamented with Gold Filigree Work and Amber Settings, found at Achavrole, Dunbeath, Caithness, in 1860, and of two Silver Brooches, the property of Andrew Heiton, F.S.A. Scot., said to have been found in the neighbourhood of Perth. (pp 445-52)
Anderson, Joseph
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Index (pp 453-466)
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