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Volume 5 (1862-64) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries - vol v part i
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Preliminaries - vol v part ii
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-9)
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Account of the Discoveries at the Knowe of Saverough. (pp 10-9)
Farrer, James
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Translations of the Runic Inscriptions at Maeshowe, Orkney. (pp 20)
Mitchell, John M
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On the Vestiges of the Forest of Cree, in Galloway. (pp 20-9)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Observations on the Inca and Yunga Nations; their early Remains; and on Ancient Peruvian Skulls. (pp 34-46)
Smith, Archibald
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Notice of Monoliths in the Island of Mull. (pp 46-52)
MacLauchlan, Rev. Thomas
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Note of a Peculiar Stone Mould found hear Jedburgh. (pp 53-8)
Smith, John Alex
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Copy of the Original Warrant for Inquiry into the Slaughter of the M'Donalds of Glencoe, April 1695. (pp 59-60)
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Some Remarks on the Scottish Language, particularly as employed by the earlier Scottish Poets. (pp 65-78)
Neaves, Hon. Lord
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Notices of Remains from the Ancient Lacustrine Habitations of Switzerland; and from the Drift of the Valley of the Somme. (pp 79-80)
Allman, George J
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Remarks on the supposed Age of the Remains found in the Drift of the Valley of the Somme, etc. (pp 79-80)
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Notice of a Bronze Implement, and Bones of the Ox and Dog, found in a bed of Undisturbed Gravel, at Kinleith, near Currie, Mid-Lothian. (pp 84-98)
Smith, John Alex
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Note of Human Remains in Wooden Coffins, found in the East Links of Leith. (pp 98-100)
Paterson, Robert
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Notice of Stone Cists and an Urn, found near Arbroath, Forfarshire. (pp 100-2)
Jervise, Andrew
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Letter Relative to the Discovery of Stone Coffins, near Arbroath. (pp 102)
Hay, John
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Notice of Supposed Cranium of Robert Logan of Restalrig. (pp 102-5)
Robertson, David H
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Notes respecting Coins found in the Walls of an Old House in the Town of Ayr; and at the Village of Newstead, Roxburghshire. (pp 105-8)
Sim, George
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Notice of a Roman Aureus of Nero, found near Newstead, Roxburghshire in 1862. (pp 108)
Smith, John Alex
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Notice of the Remains of Two Ancient Lake Dwellings or Crannoges, in the Loch of the Clans, on the Estate of James Rose, of Kilravock, Nairnshire, with a Plan. (pp 116-9)
Grigor, John
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Notice of an Artificial Cave in the Parish of Alvey, Inverness-shire. (pp 119)
Brewster, David
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Memorandum Respecting the Smellie Correspondence, presented to the Society by the Trustees of the late John Smellie. (pp 120-2)
Laing, David
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Notice of a Group of Four Circles of Standing Stones in the South Corner of the Parish of Banchory Devenich, County of Kincardine. (pp 130-5)
Thomson, Alexander
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Account of the Discovery of the Supposed Cemetery of the Hospital of St John the Baptist, at Hospitalfield, near Arbroath. (pp 135-7)
Jervise, Andrew
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Note of the Original Matrix of the Seal of the Burgh of Aberdeen, A.D. 1430. (pp 138-40)
Innes, Cosmo
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Note Respecting the Book-Stamp of Archbishop Hamilton of St Andrews, 1548-1571. (pp 140-1)
Laing, Henry
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List of the Protocol Books of the City of Edinburgh, with Extracts. (pp 141-64)
Thomson, Thomas
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Notes Respecting Two Bronze Shields recently purchased for the Museum of the Society. (pp 165-8)
McCulloch, William T
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Notes of an Examination of 'The Devil's Dyke', in Dumfriesshire. (pp 189-95)
Irving, George Vere
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Notes of an 'Eirde House' at Bogfechil, parish of Udny. (pp 195-6)
Temple, Rev. William
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An Account of Two Barrows at Spottiswood, Berwickshire, opened by Lady John Scott. (pp 222-4)
Simpson, J Y
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Notice of various attempts which have been made to Read and Interpret the Inscription on the Newton Stone, Garioch, Aberdeenshire. (pp 224-34)
Thomson, Alexander
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Notes of Coins, &c., recently discovered in Scotland. (pp 234-8)
Sim, George
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Two Days' Diggings in Sutherlandshire. (pp 242-7)
Joass, James M
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Notice of Excavations in the Chambered Mound of Maeshowe, in Orkney, and of the Runic Inscriptions on the Walls of its central Chamber. (pp 247-79)
Stuart, John
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Notes on the Characters of the Cranium found in a Short Cist near Dunse, July 1863. (pp 279-83)
Turner, William
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Notes on the 'Eirde House,' at Culsh, in Tarland, Aberdeenshire. (pp 283-4)
Jervise, Andrew
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Notes on the Ogham Inscription on the Newton Stone. (pp 289-98)
Skene, William F
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Notice of a Sculptured Stone on the Farm of Auchrynie, Parish of Old Deer, Aberdeenshire. (pp 299)
Murray, Alexander
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Notice of the same Stone. (pp 299)
Keith, Mr
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On the Sculpturings of Cups and Concentric Rings observed on Stones and Rocks in various parts of Scotland, &c. (pp 299)
Simpson, J Y
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Notice of the 'Eirde House' or Underground Chamber, at Migvie, Aberdeenshire, with Plans. (pp 304-6)
Jervise, Andrew
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Notice of a Gold Watch, said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart, and of its late Possessor. (pp 307-10)
Seton, George
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A curious Old Watch, the gift of Gustavus Adolphus to a Scottish Officer in his service, was exhibited by John Alexander Smith. (pp 310-1)
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Notice of a Cist and its Contents in the Parish of Eddertoun, Ross-shire, recently opened. (pp 311-5)
Joass, Rev. James M
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Notice of a Notarial Instrument, narrating the Proceedings on the Election of Janet Hoppringil as Prioress of Coldstream, on 23d February 1537-8. (pp 315-20)
Gillman, Andrew
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Notice of a Stone Cist, Wooden Drinking Cup, and an old Dry Stone Dyke, found in Shetland. (pp 320-1)
Coyne, Roderick A F A
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Further Notice of Explorations on the Hill of the Laws, Forfarshire. (pp 321-2)
Neish, James
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Note respecting Stone Celts, &c., from New Zealand. (pp 327-30)
Lindsay, W Lauder
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Further Explorations of the Ancient Lake Dwellings in the Loch of the Clans, on the Estate of Kilravock, Nairnshire. (pp 332-5)
Grigor, John
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Description of a Scottish Pilgrim in the middle of the Twelfth Century. (pp 336-9)
Irving, George Vere
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Notes respecting the recent Excavations at Cambuskenneth Abbey. (pp 339)
Mitchell, John M and Alexander, James E
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Notice of Antiquities in the Parish of Airlie, Forfarshire. (pp 346-57)
Jervise, Andrew
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Notes of various Objects of Antiquity in Strathnaver. (pp 357-60)
Joass, Rev. James M
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Notes of Fragments of Roman Pottery, Lead, Iron, Brass Coins of Hadrian, &c., recently found near Newstead, Roxburghshire. (pp 360-2)
Smith, John Alexander
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Account of the opening of an ancient Cist in the Parish of Cabrach, Aberdeenshire. (pp 362-4)
Christie, John
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Notice respecting Francois Thurot, a French naval officer, buried at Kirkmaiden, Wigtonshire, in the year 1760. (pp 364-8)
Cuninghame, George Corsane
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Notice of Germanic Antiquities and Roman Coins, discovered in the Chalybeate Spring at Pyrmont in Hanover. (pp 368-71)
Damann, Adolf
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Notice of Coins of David I. of Scotland, and Henry I. of England, found, with Gold Ornaments, &c., at Plan, in the Island of Bute, in June 1863. (pp 372-84)
Pollexfen, Rev. John H
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On the Sculpturings of Cups and Concentric Rings observed on Stones and Rocks in various parts of Scotland, &c. (pp 385)
Simpson, J Y
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Professor P. A. Munch. (with plate) (pp 385-386)
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Index (pp 387-416)
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