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Volume 22 (1887-88) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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Notice of the Ceiling of the 'Painted Gallery' at Pinkie House. (pp 10-22)
Seton, George
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Notes near St Fillans : Cup-Marked Stones, Old Burying Grounds at Kindrochet and Drumnakill, Curing Stone or Charm, and Notice of a Flint Knife found on the Farm of North Pet, Tarland, Aberdeenshire. (pp 23-6)
Gow, James Mackintosh
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Notes on the Trinitarian or Red Friars in Scotland, and on a recently discovered Charter of Alexander III. Confirming the Foundation of Houston by Cristiana Fraser, Widow of Sir Roger de Moubray. (pp 26-32)
Bain, Joseph
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Notice of a Bronze Bucket-Shaped Vessel or Caldron, Exhibited by H.D. Erskine, Esq. of Cardross. (pp 36-42)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of the Opening of a Sepulchral Cairn at Balnalick, Glen Urquhart, Inverness-shire; with Notes on Cup-Marked Stones in Glen Urquhart. (pp 42-51)
Grant, Angus
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Notice of a Particular Kind of Flint Knife common in the County of Antrim, Ireland. (pp 51-61)
Buick, Rev. George Raphael
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Additional Notes on Funereal Urns, from Glenluce, Wigtownshire. (pp 66-70)
Wilson, George
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The Crusie, or Ancient Oil Lamp of Scotland. (pp 70-8)
Goudie, Gilbert
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The Archaeology of Lighting Appliances. (pp 79-109)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notes on the 'Carles' or Wooden Candlesticks of Wigtownshire. (pp 113-8)
Maxwell, Herbert Eustace
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Notice of a Crannog discovered in Lochleven, Kinross-shire, on 7th September 1887. (pp 118-24)
Begg, R Burns
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Notes on Drochil Castle, Peeblesshire. (pp 125-30)
Marshall, David
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Notes on (1) Carib Incised Stones and (2) Shell Implements. (pp 134-42)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of a Recumbent Hog-Backed Monument, and Portions of Sculptured Slabs with Symbols, recently discovered at St Vigeans Church, Forfarshire. (pp 143-6)
Duke, Rev. W
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Notes of the Recent Discovery of Pavement and Flooring Tiles at the Abbey of Coupar-Angus and the Cathedral of St Andrews. (pp 146-8)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notes (1) of the Discovery of a Glass Cup in a Stone Coffin at Peterborough Cathedral, and (2) of Encaustic Tiles with Interlaced Patterns, from Fordington, St George's Church, Dorchester, and Milton Abbey Church, Dorset. (pp 149-53)
Irvine, J T
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Notices of Two Scandinavian Powder-Horns, presented to the Museum. (pp 157-63)
Allen, J Romilly
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Notices (1) of Ecclesiastical Music discovered in the Burgh Charter-Room of Dundee, (2) of Two Stone Coffins discovered at Invergowrie, (3) of a Curious Pewter Casket from Dundee. (pp 164-71)
Millar, A H
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Description of the Slabs and other Sepulchral Monuments in Seton Church, East Lothian. (pp 174-87)
Seton, George
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Notes on the Old Earldoms of Dunbar, March, and Moray. (pp 187-92)
Dunbar, Archibald Hamilton
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Notice of the Ancient Remains in Manor Parish and other Districts of Peeblesshire. (pp 192-207)
Christison, David
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Notice of Trials for Witchcraft at Crook of Devon, Kinross-shire, in 1662. (pp 211-41)
Begg, R Burns
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The Confessions of the Forfar Witches (1661), from the Original Documents in the Society's Library. (pp 241-62)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Large Cruciform Fibula or Brooch of Bronze, overlaid with Gold, found in Peterborough in 1878. (pp 263-5)
Walker, Thomas J
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Notice of a Stone, apparently a Sinker, with Incised Figures of Animals, from a Tumulus at Bridge of Brogar, Stennis, Orkney. (pp 266-7)
Noble, James
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Notice of a Steel Pistol with the Dundee Mark, and of the Armourers of Dundee. (pp 276-80)
Millar, A H
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Safe-Conduct for an Officer of a Scottish Regiment serving in the Low Countries. (pp 281)
Peacock, Edward
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Notice of the Discovery of a Stone Cup and Cup-Marked Stones at Lochearnhead. (pp 282-3)
Haggart, D
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Notice of the Discovery of a Stone Cist, with an Iron Age Interment, at Skaill Bay. (pp 283-5)
Watt, W G T
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Additional Notices of Yetts, or Grated Iron Doors, of Scottish Castles and Towers. (pp 286-320)
Christison, David
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Notice of Six Norwegian Powder-Horns in the Museum, Carved with Subjects from the Romances of the Charlemagne Cycle. (pp 320-31)
Black, George F
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Reports on Local Museums in Scotland, obtained through Dr. R. H. Gunning's Jubilee Gift to the Society. (pp 331-422)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Finely Ornamented Chalice of Silver, Parcel-Gilt, the Property of R.B.E. Macleod, Esq of Cadboll. (pp 423-32)
Macpherson, Norman
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Index (pp 433-47)
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