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Volume 27 (1892-93) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-14)
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Notes on the British Fort on Castle Law, at Forgandenny, Perthshire, partially excavated during the Summer of 1892. (pp 14-22)
Bell, Edwin Weston
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Some Notes on Archbishop Leighton and his Connection with Newbattle. (pp 23-33)
Carrick, Rev. J C
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Notes on two Highland Targets, from Dunollie Castle, near Oban, Argyleshire. (pp 34-7)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Bronze Sword, with Handle-Plates of Horn, found at Aird, in the Parish of Barvas, Island of Lewis. (pp 38-41)
Anderson, Joseph
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On some Stone Implements. (pp 50-7)
Duns, Professor
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Notes on the Derivation and Meaning of the Place-Name of Falkirk, as ascertained from Charters and other Historical Documents. (pp 58-65)
Miller, P
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Notice of a Cist with an Urn, found at Noranside, Parish of Fern, Forfarshire. And Notices of Stone Cists found at different times within the Parish. (pp 66-9)
Clazey, J O & Ferguson, Rev. J
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Notes on some Relics of Principal Carstares. (pp 73-8)
Story, R H
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Notes on the Structural Remains of the Priory of Pittenweem. With Plans. (pp 79-85)
Lyon, Walter F
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Notes on further Excavations at Burghead. (pp 86-91)
Young, Hugh W
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The Motes, Forts, and Doons in the East and West Divisions of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. (pp 92-182)
Coles, Frederick R
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Notice of a Portrait Group of Margaret Tudor, the Regent Albany, and a Third Figure; the Property of the Marquis of Bute, at Cardiff Castle, Glamorganshire. (pp 186-205)
Mackay, A E J G
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Notes of Crannogs or Lake Dwellings recently discovered in Argyllshire. (pp 205-22)
Munro, Robert
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Notes on an Unpublished MS. Preserved among the Privy Council Documents in the General Register House, with reference to certain Charges against Ninian Neven of Windhouse, Shetland. (pp 222-35)
Spence, T W L
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A Norwegian Mortgage, or Deed of Pawn, of Land in Shetland, 1597. (pp 235-42)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notes on the True Date of the October Festival of St Regulus of St Andrews, as bearing on the suggested Identification of St Regulus and the Irish St Riaghail. (pp 247-54)
Dowden, Right Rev. Bishop
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On the Geographical Distribution of certain Place-Names in Scotland. (pp 255-80)
Christison, David
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On the Prehitoric forts of the Island of Bute. (pp 281-93)
Hewison, Rev. J K
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Notes on Incised Sculpturings on Stones in the Cairns of Sliabh-na-Calliaghe, near Loughcrew, County Meath, Ireland, with Illustrations from a series of Ground-Plans and Water-Colour Sketches, by the late G V Du Noyer,of the Geological Survey of Ireland. (pp 294-340)
Frazer, William
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Notice of Dun Stron Duin, Bernera, Barra Head. With Plans. (pp 341-6)
Anderson, Joseph
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Report on the Antiquties found in Scotland, and preserved in the British Museum, &c., London, and in the Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh; obtained under the Jubilee Gift of His Excellency Dr. R. H. Gunning, F.S.A. Scot. (pp 347-68)
Black, George F
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Notes on further Excavations of the South Fort, Luing, Argyllshire. (pp 375-80)
Macnaughton, Allan
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The Prehistoric Forts of Ayrshire. (pp 381-405)
Christison, David
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Supplementary Notes on John Knox's House. (pp 406-11)
Miller, P
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The Inscriptions and Language of the Northern Picts (Addenda and Corrigenda). (pp 411-2)
Rhys, John
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Notes on the Excavation of a Mound called Shanter Knowe, near Kirkoswald, Ayrshire. (pp 413-6)
Ailsa, the Marquis of
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Notes on the 'Roman' Roads of the One-inch Ordnance Map of Scotland : The Ayrshire Road. (pp 417-32)
MacDonald, James
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Scottish Charms and Amulets. (pp 433-526)
Black, George F
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Index (pp 527-50)
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