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Volume 46 (1911-12) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-9)
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Donations to the Museum and Library (pp 10-4)
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On a Northumberland Barrow and its Contents (pp 15-26)
Bate, Dorothea M A
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Extracts from Fenwick Parish Records, 1644-1699. (pp 27-52)
Jonas, Alfred C
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Cross-Slabs recently discovered in the Isle of Man. (pp 53-76)
Kermode, P M C
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Excavation of a Galleried Structure at Langwell, Caithness. (pp 77-89)
Curle, A O
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Some Shetland Brochs and Standing Stones (being the Chalmers-Jervise Prize Essay for the year 1911) (pp 94-132)
Stout, Elizabeth
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St Kentigern's Church, Lanark. (pp 133-9)
Davidson, John M
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Recent Discoveries in Tranent Churchyard. (pp 139-50)
Reid, Alan
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The Ancient Bridges in Scotland, and their Relation to the Roman and Mediaeval Bridges in Europe. (pp 151-77)
Inglis, Harry R G
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Account of the Excavation of a Broch near Craigcaffie, Inch Parish, Wigtownshire, known as the Teroy Fort. (pp 183-8)
Curle, Alex. O
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Account of the Examination of a Relic Bed on the Mote of Ingleston, Kelton Parish, Kirkcudbright, from which was recovered a Padlock of tubular form; and a Note of similar Padlocks preserved in the National Museum of Antiquities. (pp 189-200)
Curle, Alex. O
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Note on a Hoard of Silver Coins found at Mellendean, near Sprouston, Roxburghshire. (pp 200-1)
MacDonald, George
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Further Notes on the Antiquities of Skye, chiefly in the Districts of Sleat and Strath. (pp 202-12)
MacLeod, F T
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The Aberdeen Kayak and its Congeners. (pp 213-41)
MacRitchie, David
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Notes on the Corporation of Surgeons and Barbers of the City of Edinburgh. (pp 247-57)
Scott-Moncrieff, R
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Notice of Two Early Christian Monuments from the Parish of Dalry, Kirkcudbrightshire. (pp 258-63)
Corrie, John M
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Archaeological Gleanings from Killin. (pp 264-85)
Cash, C G
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An Account of the Watch-houses, Mortsafes, and Public Vaults in Aberdeenshire Churchyards, formerly used for the Protection of the Dead from the Resurrectionists. (pp 285-326)
Ritchie, James
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Notice of the Discovery of two Drinking-Cup Urns in a Short cist at Mains of Leslie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 344-8)
Callander, J Graham
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Notes on a Heraldic Button, a Pirlie Pig, and a Beggar's Badge from St Andrews. (pp 348-56)
Fleming, D Hay
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Loch-in-Dorb, an Ancient Royal Fortress. (pp 357-64)
Cumming, A D
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Note on a Sculptured Stone at the Parish Church of Birse, Aberdeenshire. (pp 365-7)
Eeles, F C
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Notice of a Pair of Quern Stones found at Highland Dykes, near Falkirk, in 1911. (pp 367-9)
Buchanan, Mungo
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Notice of a Collection of Flint Arrowheads and Implements found on the Farm of Overhowden, in the Parish of Channelkirk, Berwickshire, exhibited to the Society. (pp 370-2)
Sharp, James
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The Netherbow Port. (pp 379-88)
Mylne, Rev. R S
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Monumental Remains in Pitlochry District, and Churchyard Memorials at Moulin, Temple, and Clerkington. (pp 389-423)
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Notes on the Church of St Fyndoca and its Monuments, on the Island of Inishail, Loch Awe. (pp 424-35)
Douglas, William
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Notes from the Old Churchyards of Logie, Lecropt, Dunblane, and Moy, with a Note on an Impression of Human Feet cut in Stone. (pp 436-42)
Wallace, Thomas
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Notice of some rudely chipped Implements of Indurated Sandstone from South Africa, presented to the Museum. (pp 443-5)
Laidler, Percy W
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Notes on the Ancient Relics preserved at Dunvegan Castle, and the Heraldry of the Family of Macleod. (pp 445)
Macleod, F T
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Report on the Excavations at the Roman Fort of Cappuck, Roxburghshire. (pp 446-83)
Stevenson, G H
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Index (pp 485-503)
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