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Volume 17 (1882-83) - Table of Contents

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The Newton Stone. (pp 21-45)
Southesk, the Right Hon. The Earl of
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Holy Island, and the Runic Inscriptions of St Molio's Cave, County of Bute. (pp 45-56)
Wilson, Daniel
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The Newton Stone - Supplementary Note (pp 45-46)
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The Battle of Glenshiel, 10th June 1719. Note upon an Unpublished Document in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough. (pp 57-69)
Millar, A H
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On a Silver Brooch from Mull. (pp 76-8)
Duns, Professor
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Notes on North Mull. (pp 79-89)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of a Massive Bronze Armlet, the property of the Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore. (pp 90-2)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of a Bronze Spear-Head found near Duddo Castle, Northumberland, the property of Sir John Marjoribanks. (pp 93-8)
Anderson, Joseph
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On the Grated Iron Doors of Scottish Castles and Towers. (pp 98-135)
Christison, David
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Notice of Three Silver Vessels belonging to St Mary's College, St Andrews. (pp 141-4)
Tulloch, the Very Rev. Principal
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Notice of the Discovery of Cup-Marked Stones near Killin, Perthshire. In a Letter to J. Romilly Allen from D Haggart, Killin. (pp 144-5)
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Notice of a Crucifix of Bronze, enamelled, found in the Churchyard of Ceres, Fife. (pp 147-51)
Peddie, John M Dick
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'Holy Wells' in Scotland. (pp 152-210)
Walker, J Russel
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On the Discovery of a Sculptured Stone at St Madoes, with an Analysis of Interlaced Ornament. (pp 211-71)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notice of Cinerary Urns discovered at Newport, Fife. (pp 272-6)
Millar, A H
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Notice of the Inscriptions over the Graves of the Regicides at Vevay, in Switzerland. (pp 286-9)
Guthrie, Rev. R R
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Notice of a Portrait on Panel, formerly in Stirling Castle. (pp 290-1)
Dalrymple, Charles Elphinstone
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Notes on some Stone Implements, &c., from Shetland, now presented to the Museum. (pp 291-9)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of a Fragment of an Ogham-Inscribed Slab from Shetland. (pp 306-11)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notice of an Original Tack of Temple Lands in 1461, by Sir Henry of Livingstone, Knight, Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in Scotland. (pp 312-6)
Bain, Joseph
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Notice of Crosses found at St Ninian's Cave, Glasserton, Wigtownshire. (pp 317-22)
Johnston, Christopher N
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Notice of the Discovery of Stone Implements in Banda, North-Western Provinces, India, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 322-4)
Carnac, J H Rivett
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Notice of the Discovery of an Ancient Grave at Balfarg, Fifeshire, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 324-5)
Balfour, John
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Notice of the Occurrence of the Elk (Cervus Alces, Linn., Alces malchis, Gray), recently found in Wigtownshire. (pp 325-7)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of a Sculptured Representation of St George at Fordington, in Dorset, and of a similar Sculpture at Linton, in Roxburghshire. (pp 332-6)
Nepean, Molyneaux
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Notes on North Mull (Second Communication). (pp 337-50)
Duns, Professor
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Notes on the Early History of the Parish of Colinton. (pp 364-71)
Lockhart, Rev. William
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Notice of a Sepulchral Chalice and Paten of Pewter, found in Bervie Churchyard. (pp 371-5)
Gammack, Rev. J
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Who are the Celts? (pp 385-99)
Smith, R Angus
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On the Origin and Significance of the Legionary Symbol of the Twentieth Legion of the Roman Army in Britain. (pp 400-13)
Macnab, John Munro
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Notes on the Ancient Fortifications in the Black Isle, Ross-shire. (pp 414-23)
Beaton, Angus J
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Note of the Occurrence of Cup-Marked Stones in St Palladius's Chapel, Fordoun. (pp 423-6)
Menzies, Rev. John
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Notice of the Discovery of Earthenware Jars in the Walls of Dwelling-Houses in Dundee, with some Instances of the Use of Jars in Architecture. (pp 426-32)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notice of the Discovery of Five Bronze Celts and a Bronze ring at the 'Maidens,' near Culzean Castle, Ayrshire. (pp 433-8)
Munro, Robert
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Description of Two Wooden Tumbler Locks from Fouchow, China, now presented to the Museum. (pp 439-44)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notice of a Collection of Beads and Whorls of Stone, &c., from the N.W. Provinces of India; now presented to the Museum. In a lLetter to the Secretary. (pp 444-5)
Carnac, J H Rivett
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Notice of Urns in the Museum that have been found with Articles of Use or Ornament. (pp 446-59)
Anderson, Joseph
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Index (pp 461-73)
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