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Volume 4 (1860-62) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries - vol iv part i
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Preliminaries - vol iv part ii
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-5)
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Address on Archaeology. (pp 5-51)
Simpson, J Y
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On the Ancient Stone Edifices in the Alps, called Heathen Huts. (pp 56-8)
Keller, Ferdinand
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On Celtic Sepulchral Remains at Tosson, near Rothbury, Northumberland. (pp 58-64)
Tate, George
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Note of the Antiquities of Udny, Aberdeenshire, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 64-7)
Temple, Charles S
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Report on the Scottish and English Coins in the Society's Museum. (pp 67-70)
Sim, George; and the Keeper of the Museum
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Plan of the Remains of the Ancient Chapel-Royal, called Kirkheugh, St Andrews, with a Descriptive Notice. (pp 74-6)
Anderson, Robert
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Notice of some Stone Crosses, with Special Reference to the Market Crosses of Scotland. (pp 86-115)
Drummond, James
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Observations respecting Articles collected in the Outer Hebrides, and now presented to the Museum. (pp 115-9)
Thomas, F W L
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On the Cat-Stane, Kirkliston: Is it not the Tombstone of the Grandfather of Hengist and Horsa? (pp 119-65)
Simpson, J Y
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On the Early Frisian Settlements in Scotland. (pp 169-81)
Skene, W F
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Notice of Patrick Chalmers, M.D., of Haselhead and Fedderat, Professor of Medicine in Aberdeen, and of his Practice as a Physician in the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century. (pp 181-5)
Chalmers, John I
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Notices, Historical and Architectural, of the Round Tower of Brechin. (pp 188-210)
Brash, Richard R
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Notes on Scottish Curing-Stones and Amulets. (pp 211-24)
Simpson, J Y
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Note relating to a Monumental Brass in the Old Church of Ormiston, East Lothian. (pp 225-7)
Struthers, Rev. John
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'Declaration' against the National Covenants of Scotland 1685. (pp 232-7)
Laing, David
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Names of some of the Persons who have Original Copies of the National Solemn League and Covenants. (pp 238-50)
Laing, David
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On various Superstitions in the North-West Highlands and Islands of Scotland, especially in relation to Lunacy. (pp 251-88)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Notes relating to 'Haddo's Hole' in St Giles' Church, Edinburgh. (pp 289-90)
McCulloch, William T
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Note respecting Bronze Mirror, &c., found at Balmaclellan, New Galloway. (pp 293-5)
Murray, Rev. George
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Notice of the Early Ecclesiastical Settlements at St Andrews. (pp 300-21)
Skene, William F
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Notice of recent Excavations at Tormore, in the Island of Arran. (pp 321)
Jamieson, Dr
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Historical Notices of the 'Broch' or Burghead, in Moray, with an Account of its Antiquties. (pp 321-69)
MacDonald, James
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Notes on some Antiquities in the Parish of Alford, Aberdeenshire. (pp 382-6)
Gillan, Rev. James
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Notice of Remains near Peterhead, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 386-7)
Murray, Alexander
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Notices of the Castle and Painted Room or Hall of Earlshall, in Fifeshire. (pp 387-91)
Jervise, A
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Notes of the 'Visitation of the Pestilence' from the Parish Records of South Leith, A.D. 1645, in connexion with the Excavations of large masses of Human Remains during the Drainage Operations at Wellington Place, Leith Links, A.D. 1861-2. (pp 392-5)
Robertson, D H
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Notices of some of the Abbots of Kinloss, and of a Volume which belonged successively to Robert Reid, one of the Abbots; William Gordon, Bishop of Aberdeen; and John Leslie, Bishop of Ross. (pp 400-11)
Stuart, John
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Notes on the Lewis Chessmen. (pp 411-3)
Thomas, F W L
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Notice of an Earthen Jar, found in excavating the foundation of an old house in Leith. (pp 413-6)
Paterson, Robert
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Notice of Sir Peter Young of Seaton; and copies of his Letters to the Laird of Barnbarroch relative to their Embassies to Denmark, in the reign of James VI. (pp 420-7)
Chalmers, John Inglis
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Additional Notices of Sir Peter Young. (pp 427-9)
Laing, David
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Notice of Remains found under a Cairn, surrounded by upright stones, on the Farm of Burreldales, parish of Auchterless, Aberdeenshire, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 429-31)
Chalmers, James H
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Notes on an ancient British Gold Coin, inscribed 'Bodvoc.' (pp 432-6)
Sim, George
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Notice of the recent Excavation of an underground Building at Buchaam, Strathdon, on the property of Sir Charles Forbes, Bart., of Newe and Edinglassie. (pp 436-40)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Stone Circles near Shap, Westmoreland. (pp 443-9)
Simpson, Rev. James
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Note concerning the Residence of the Barons Balmerino, in Leith. (pp 449-54)
Robertson, D H
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Notes in connexion with twelve Autograph Letters by Major-General James Wolfe, who fell at the Capture of Quebec on 13th September 1759, addressed to Captain, afterwards Lieut.-Colonel William Rickson, Quarter-master General of North Britain. (pp 455-9)
Buchanan, John
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Extracts from the Presbytery Records of Dalkeith, relating to the parish of Newbattle, during the incumbency of Mr Robert Leighton, 1641-1653. (pp 459-89)
Gordon, Rev. Thomas
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Account of the Excavation of the Round or 'Bee-hive' shaped House, and other under-ground chambers, at West Grange of Conan, Forfarshire. (pp 492-9)
Jervise, A
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Account of Excavations within the Stone Circles of Arran. (pp 499-524)
Bryce, James
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Additional Notes in reference to the inscribed stone found near Yarrow Kirk, Selkirkshire. (pp 524-40)
Smith, John Alex
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Account of the Plate-Marks used in Scotland since the year 1457, and Chronological List of those of Edinburgh from 1681; to which is added a Note of those used in Glasgow. (pp 541-8)
Sanderson, James H
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Exhibition of Mason-Marks copied from Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh, Jedburgh, &c. (pp 548-51)
Smith, John Alex
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Notes of the Search for the Tomb of the Royal Foundress of the Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity at Edinburgh (in 1848). (pp 554-66)
Wilson, Daniel
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Remarks on the Character of Mary of Gueldres, Consort of King James the Second of Scotland; in connextion with an attempt to determine the Place of her Interment in Trinity College Church, Edinburgh. (pp 566-77)
Laing, David
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Notices and Examples of Inscriptions on Old Castles and Town Houses in the North-east of Scotland. (pp 578-92)
Jervise, A
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Notice of an Ancient Cross-bow found under the Moss on the Estate of Auchmeddan, Aberdeenshire, in a Letter to the Secretary. (pp 592)
Murray, Alex
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Note respecting the Royal Exchange, Edinburgh, and the Original List of Subscribers in 1752. (pp 593-7)
Laing, David
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Notice of a Roman Bronze Patella, found on the Farm of Palace, in Teviotdale, Roxburghshire; with Chemical Analysis of the Metal and Inside Coating of the Patella, by Stevenson Macadam, Ph.D., Lecturer on Chemistry. (pp 597-601)
Smith, John Alex
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Additional notes (pp 602)
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Index (pp 603-629)
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