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Volume 20 (1885-86) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-13)
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The Oghams on the Brodie and Aquhollie Stones, with Notes on the Inscriptions of the Golspie and Newton Stones, and a List of the Oghams in Scotland. (pp 14-40)
Southes, the Right Hon. The Earl of
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Notice of Cup-marked Stones and Curing Well on the Estate of Garth, Fortingall, Perthshire. With Drawings. (pp 41-7)
Gow, James Mackintosh
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Notice of a Wood-Carver's Tool-Box, with Celtic Ornamentation, recently discovered in a Peat Moss in the Parish of Birsay, Orkney. (pp 47-50)
Cursiter, James W
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Notice of a Box, supposed to be the 'Offerand Stok' of St Eloi's Altar in St John's Church, Perth. (pp 50-3)
Hunt, C A
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Early Notices of the Bass Rock and its Owners. (pp 54-71)
Reid, John J
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Notice of the Excavation of St Medan's Cave and Chapel, Kirkmaiden, Wigtownshire. Communicated, with Additional Notes. (pp 76-90)
Trotter, Robert & Maxwell, Herbert Eustace
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Notice of the Discovery of Portions of Two Penannular Brooches of Silver, with Beads of Glass and Amber, and a Silver Coin of Coenwulf, King of Mercia (A.D. 795-818), at Mains of Croy, Inverness-shire. (pp 91-6)
Ross, Alexander
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Notice of Recent Discoveries of Cists, or Burials with Urns, &c. (pp 97-101)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Leaf-shaped Bronze Sword, found at Leannan Buidhie (Yellow Hollow) Farm of Lower Coiabus, Oa, Islay. (pp 102-4)
Ramsay, Mrs
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Notice of Carved Oak Panels which were formerly in the Chapel of the Franciscan Nunnery in Dundee. (pp 108-25)
Shiell, John
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On some Rock-Markings. (pp 126-36)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of a Small Cup-shaped Glass Vessel, found in a Stone Cist at the Public School, Airlie, and now presented to the Museum by the School Board of Airlie. (pp 136-41)
Davidson, James
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Notice of a Large Cinerary Urn, recently discovered on Easter Gellybank Farm, near Kinross, and now presented to the Museum by Mr Haig of Blairhill. (pp 142-5)
Begg, Robert Burns
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Notice of the Register of Lindores Abbey, a Thirteenth Century Scottish MS. On Vellum, in the Library at Caprington Castle Ayrshire. (pp 148-59)
Dickson, Thomas
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Notice of an Idol Human Head from Ecuador, now presented to the Museum. (pp 159-65)
Gunning, R H
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Notice of the Discovery of a Stratum containing Worked Flints at Broughty-Ferry. (pp 166-9)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notice of the Discovery of a Cist with an Urn at Knockankelly, Arran. With a Report on the Osseous Remains. (pp 170-3)
Jamieson, J & Cleland, J
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On the Traditionary Accounts of the Death of Alexander the Third. (pp 177-85)
Skene, W F
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Notes on the Old Town Hall of Dumfries, commonly called the Mid Steeple. (pp 186-9)
McDiarmid, W R
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Churches Consecrated in Scotland in the Thirteenth Century; with Dates. (pp 190-200)
Lockhart, Rev. William
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Ancient Valuation of Land in the West of Scotland: Continuation of 'What is a Pennyland?'. (pp 200-13)
Thomas, the late F W L
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Notice of a Hoard of Bronze Vessels found, in 1868, near Helmsdale, Sutherland. (pp 214-8)
Joass, Rev. J M
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Some Illustrations of Early Celtic Christian Art. (pp 222-39)
Wilson, Daniel
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Notice of Two Cemeteries, containing Cists and Urns, on the Estate of Pitreavie, near Dunfermline. (pp 240-52)
Beveridge, Henry
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Notice of Sculptured Stone recently discovered at Murtly, and now presented to the Museum by Sir Douglas Stewart, Bart. Of Grandtully. (pp 252-6)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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On the Horizontal Water Mills of Shetland. (pp 257-97)
Goudie, Gilbert
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An Attempt to Decipher and Explain the Inscriptions on the Newton Stone. (pp 298-313)
Graves, Right Rev. Charles
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Notes of Lake-Dwellings in Lough Mourne, County Antrim, Ireland. (pp 321-30)
Munro, Robert
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Notes on a Camp and Fort on the Garpol Burn, near Moffat. (pp 331-5)
Blyth, R H
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Note on an Original Document in the handwriting of William Brydone (or Brydon), in all probability the Town-Clerk of Selkirk, who is said to have fallen at Flodden. (pp 336-7)
Bain, Joseph
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Notice of a Cist containing an Urn, found at Wester Wooden, Eckford, Roxburghshire. (pp 338-9)
Winning, John G
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Notes on Ancient Remains in the Beauly Valley, Inverness-shire. (pp 340-55)
Wallace, Thomas
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Notice of a Pieta from the Old Church of Banff. (pp 356-7)
Ramsay, Alex.
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Notice of Two Sculptured Stones in Glen Urquhart. (pp 358-60)
Mackay, William
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The Origin and Early History of the Old Tolbuith of Edinburgh - the Heart of Mid-Lothian; and the Luckenbooths. (pp 360-76)
Miller, Peter
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The Mercat Cross of Edinburgh, from 1365 to 1617 - its Site and Form. (pp 377-89)
Miller, Peter
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Notice of a Casket of Cetacean Bone, carved with Interlaced Patterns in Panels, exhibited by Miss Drysdale, Kilrie House, Kirkcaldy. (pp 390-6)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of an Enamelled Bronze Harness Ornament, from Auchendolly, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, now presented to the Museum by Mr Archibald Hume of Auchendolly. (pp 396-8)
Maxwell, Herbert Eustace
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Notice of Communion Cups from Duirinish, Skye, with Notes on other sets of Scottish Church Plate, of which specimens were exhibited. (pp 398-446)
MacPherson, Norman
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Index (pp 447-62)
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