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Volume 24 (1889-90) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-18)
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The Scottish Regalia, anciently styled the Honours of Scotland. (pp 18-48)
Reid, John J
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Technical Description of the Regalia of Scotland. (pp 49-141)
Brook, Alexander J S
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On the Relations of Scotland and Denmark in the Reigns of James IV. of Scotland and Hans of Denmark. (pp 147)
Mackay, Aeneas J G
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The Ancient Bath at Burghead, with Remarks on its Origin, as shown by Existing Baths of the same Shape and Design. (pp 147-56)
Young, Hugh W
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Notice of a Highland Charm-Stone. (pp 157-60)
Stewart, Rev. Alexander
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Ancient Sundials of Scotland (with Illustrations). (pp 161-273)
Ross, Thomas
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Forts, Camps, and Motes of the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire. (pp 281-352)
Christison, David
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Notes on a Finnish Boat Preserved in Edinburgh. (pp 353-69)
MacRitchie, David
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Notice of the Fawsydes of that Ilk. (pp 370-8)
Bedford, Charles H
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Holiday Notes in Athole, Perthshire. (pp 382-7)
Gow, James Mackintosh
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The Common Coffins at Abercorn and Linlithgow. (pp 387-91)
Walker, J Russell
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Examples of the Survival in Scotland of Superstitions Relating to Fire. (pp 391-5)
Stewart, Alexander
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Notice of a Collection of Arrow and Spear Heads, &c., from Alabama, United States, recently Presented to the Museum. (pp 396-410)
Black, George F
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Queen Mary and the Legend of the Black Turnpike. (pp 415-35)
Wilson, Daniel
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Notice of the Discovery of a Cist with Urn and Strike-Light at Corran Ferry, Inverness-shire. (pp 436-8)
Campbell, Donald
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Notice of a Fragment of a Rune-Inscribed Cross-Slab, found on Inchmarnock, Buteshire. (pp 438-43)
Black, George F
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Notes on the Further Excavations of Howmae, 1889. (pp 451-61)
Trail, John
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Notes on the Male Representation of the Morays of Bothwell, Duffus, &c. (pp 462-9)
Bain, Joseph
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Notice of the Discovery of Urns at Mill of Marcus, near Brechin, Forfarshire. (pp 470-2)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notes on the Broch of Copister in Yelll Sound, Shetland. (pp 473-4)
Acland, Rev. C L
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Two Papers Relating to the Export of Coals from Scotland, 1596 and 1614. (pp 474-7)
Armstrong, W Bruce
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Report on the Museums of Switzerland and North Italy, obtained under the Victoria Jubilee Gift of His Excellency Dr R H Gunning, F.S.A. Scot. (pp 478-510)
Anderson, Joseph
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Preliminary List of Sculptured Stones older than A.D. 1100, with Symbols and Celtic Ornament, in Scotland. (pp 510-25)
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Index (pp 527-58)
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