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Volume 43 (1908-09) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-23)
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On an Unrecorded Issue of the Aberdeen Press of Edward Raban in 1627. With a Hand List of the Productions of his Presses at Edinburgh, St Andrews, and Aberdeen. (pp 24-33)
Axon, William E A
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The Vitrified For of Lochan-an-Gour, Argyllshire. (pp 34-42)
Reid, Allan
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Ancient Irish Castles compared with Scottish Types. (pp 43-72)
Fleming, J S
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Notice of the Discovery in Aberdeenshire of Five Cists, each containing a Drinking-Cup Urn. (pp 76-92)
Callander, J Graham
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Report on Stone Circles surveyed in Perthshire (South-east District), with measured Plans and Drawings; obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 93-130)
Coles, Fred R
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Bronze Age Urn discovered in a Stone Cairn on the Kilcoy Estate, Black Isle, Ross-shire, 18th August 1908. (pp 131-5)
North, O H
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The Story of a 'Barber's Bleeding-Dish.' (pp 135-44)
Fothergill, George A
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The Ecclesiastical Remains on the Holy Isle, Arran. (pp 147-58)
Balfour, J A
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Notice of the Examination, by means of a Diving-dress, of the Artificial Island, or Crannog, of Eilean Muireach, in the South End of Loch Ness. (pp 159-64)
Blundell, Rev. Odo
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Notice of the Excavation of a Cairn at Mossknowe, on the Kirtle Water, Dumfriesshire. (pp 165-9)
Bate, Dorothea M A
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Notice of the Discovery of a Group of Full-length Stone Cists at the School Hill, or Temple Hill, Leuchars. (pp 170-6)
Reid, William
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Notes on Scottish Samplers. (pp 180-205)
Fothergill, G A
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Churchyard Memorials of Cranston, Crichton, Blairgowrie, and Rattray; a Record and Comparison. (With Photographs by Mr James Moffat, Mr William Findlay, and others) (pp 206-40)
Reid, Alan
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Notice of Two Flanged Palstaves of Bronze from Craig-a-Bhodaich, Farr, Sutherland. (pp 240-2)
Mackay, Rev. Angus
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Notice of the Excavation of two Caves, with remains of Early Iron Age Occupation, on the Estate of Archerfield, Dirleton. (pp 243-68)
Cree, James E
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Notes on a Stone Circle at Greenland, Parish of Kenmore, and a Grave-slab in the Burying-ground of the Macnabs at Killin. (pp 271-7)
Mackenzie, Rev. J B
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On the Mounting of Leaf-shaped Arrowheads of Flint. (pp 278-83)
Knowles, W J
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Some Notes from the Records of the Burgh of Kilmaurs (1645-1715). (pp 283-90)
Jonas, Alfred Charles
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The Circumstances relating to the death of James (the Admirable) Crichton in Mantus, on 3rd July 1582, and the Evidence as to the Existence of a Contemporary bearing the same Name. (pp 296-308)
Crichton, Douglas
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Two Incised Slabs: at Foveran, Aberdeenshire, and Oathlaw, Forfarshire. (pp 308-16)
Eeles, F C
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Notice of the Discovery of two Stone Coffins at Pitkerro, with Notes on the Chronological Sequence of Stone Cists. (pp 317-24)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Belfield, East Calder, the Country Mansion of the Lanton Oliphants. (pp 324-9)
Morris, Joseph
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The Drostan Stone (St Vigeans). (pp 330-4)
Macrae, Rev. Donald
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Notes on a Recumbent Grave-slab in Kilmore Churchyard, and an Inscribed Stone found at Ruigh-ic-ille Mhuire in Glenurquhart. (pp 335-6)
Grant, Angus
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On the Cairns of Arran, No. III. With a Notice of a Megalithic Structure at Ardenadam, on the Holy Loch. (pp 337-70)
Bryce, Thomas H
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Notice of a Viking Grave-mound, Kingscross, Arran. (pp 371-5)
Balfour, J A
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Note on an Arrow-head of 'Corrigil' Pitchstone. (pp 376)
Balfour, J A
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Note on a Group of Perforated Stone Hammers, remarkable for their Similarity of Form and Ornamentation. (pp 377-84)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Sculptured Cross-shaft and Sculptured Slabs recovered from the Base of St Andrews Cathedral by direction of Mr Oldrieve of H.M. Office of Works, with Notes of other Sculptured Slabs at St Andrews. (pp 385-414)
Fleming, D Hay
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Index (pp 415-38)
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