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Volume 33 (1898-99) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-12)
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On the recently excavated Fort on Castle Law, Abernethy, Perthshire. With Notes on Finds. (pp 13-33)
Christison, David & Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of the Priory Church of Ardchattan and its Carved Stones. (pp 33-47)
Brydall, Robert
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Notice of a Group of Carved Stones on Inishail, Loch Awe, Argyleshire. (pp 48-52)
Brydall, Robert
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Notice of a Carved Stone at Crail, Fifeshire. (pp 53-4)
Brydall, Robert
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Notes on some Antiquities in Enzie, Banffshire. (pp 54-6)
Wallace, Thomas
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Notice of a Highland Brooch in Silver, ornamented with Niello, exhibited by Mr J S Omond; and of other Highland Brooches in Silver and Brass. (pp 57-67)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes on Three Buttons of Jet or Cannel-coal found in a Cist at Old Windymains, Keith-Marischal, East Lothian. (pp 68-9)
Anderson, Joseph
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Where did John Knox Live in Edinburgh? And the Legend of 'John Knox's House.'. (pp 80-115)
Miller, Robert
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The Origin and Growth of the Tradition 'Ecce Tiber! Ecce Campus Martius!' as applied to the Tay and the Inches of Perth. (pp 116-28)
MacDonald, James
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'In Oceano Desertum' - Celtic Anchorites and their Island Retreats. (pp 129-33)
Mackinlay, J M
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Notice of an ancient Structure called 'The Altar' in the Island of Canna. (pp 133-40)
Somerville, Rev. J E
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James Gifford, a Scottish Sculptor of the Seventeenth Century, and some of his Works in Tweeddale. (pp 147-62)
Ross, Thomas
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Notice of a Celtic Cross-slab recently discovered at Kinneff, Kincardineshire. (pp 163-7)
Eeles, F C
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Notice of an Ornamented Stone Cup found at Balmacaan, Glenurquhart. (pp 167-9)
Grant, Angus
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List of the Antiquities of Glenluce, Wigtownshire, with Descriptive Notes. (pp 170-85)
Wilson, Rev. George
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Notices of the King's Master Gunners of Scotland, with the Writs of their Appointments, 1512-1703. (pp 185-94)
Mylne, Rev. R S
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Account of the Excavation of the Camps and Earthworks at Birrenswark Hill in Annandale, undertaken by the Society in 1898, (I) General History of the Place. (pp 198-218)
Christison, D
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Account of the Excavation of the Camps and Earthworks at Birrenswark Hill in Annandale, undertaken by the Society in 1898 - (II) Account of the Excavations and Description of the Plans and Sections. (pp 219-43)
Barbour, James
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Account of the Excavation of the Camps and Earthworks at Birrenswark Hill in Annandale, undertaken by the Society in 1898. (III) Notice of Artciles of Pottery, Glass, Stone, Bronze, Iron, and Lead found in the course of the excavations. (pp 243-9)
Anderson, Joseph
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The Traditional Belief in John Knox's House at the Netherbow vindicated. (In reply to Two Papers read to the Society of Antiquaries by Robert Miller, Esq., F.S.A. Scot.). (pp 249-73)
Guthrie, Charles J
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The Inventory of Ornaments, Jewels, Relicks, Vestments, Service-books, &c., belonging to the Cathedral Church of Glasgow in 1432, illustrated from various sources, and more particularly from the Inventories of the Cathedral of Aberdeen. (pp 280-329)
Dowden, Right Rev. John
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Antiquarian Notes on various Sites in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh. (pp 330-53)
Coles, Fred. R
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Notices of the Discovery of a Cist and Urns at Juniper Green, and of a Cist at The Cunninghar, Tillicoultry, and of some undescribed Cup-marked Stones. (pp 354-72)
Coles, Fred. R
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Notes on a Crannog at Hyndford, near Lanark, recently discovered and excavated by Andrew Smith. (pp 373-87)
Munro, Robert
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Notice of Six Paintings on Wood, representing the Sybils, recently found at Wester Livilands, Stirling. (pp 387-403)
Ross, Thomas
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Notes on the Record Room of the City of Perth. (Second Article). (pp 414-40)
Marshall, David
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Notes on a Missal formerly used in St Nicholas, Aberdeen. (pp 440-60)
Eeles, F C
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Notice of an old Heraldic Iron Door Knocker from Meikleour, near Blairgowrie. (pp 461-2)
Walker, Robert Craufurd
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Note on Pins found on the Reay Sands, and on Pin-making as a present-day Home Industry. (pp 462-4)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Catalogue of the Egyptian Antiquities in the National Museum of Antiquities, Edinburgh. (pp 465-531)
Murray, Miss M A
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Index (pp 533-52)
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