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Volume 50 (1915-16) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-18)
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The Roads that led to Edinburgh. (pp 18-49)
Inglis, Harry R G
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Further Discoveries of Cross-Slabs in the Isle of Man. (pp 50-62)
Kermode, P M C
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Account of Excavartions on Traprain Law in the Parish of Prestonkirk, County of Haddington, in 1915. With Description of the Animal Remains. (pp 64-144)
Curle, A O & Cree, James E et. al.
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Notice of (1) Three Stone Cups found in a Cairn in Aberdeenshire, and (2) a Short Cist containing a Beaker Urn found at Boglehill Wood, Longniddry, East Lothian. (pp 145-51)
Callander, J Graham
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The Ancient Roof of Glasgow Cathedral: Its Condition and Restoration. (pp 155-72)
Oldrieve, W T
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Notes on the Fifteenth-Century Manuscript in the Advocates' Library known as the Dupuy Book of Hours (MS. 18.7.18). (pp 173-81)
Dickson, W K
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An Account of a Find of Ornaments of the Viking Time for Valtos, Uig, in the Island of Lewis. With a Detailed Description of the Objects and a Note upon the Find. (pp 181-9)
MacLeod, D J et. al.
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Ancient Artillery: With Some Notes on Mons Meg. (pp 191-201)
Paul, James Balfour
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Notice of a Jet Necklace found in a Cist in a Bronze Age Cemetery, discovered on Burgie Lodge Farm, Morayshire, with Notes on Scottish Prehistoric Jet Ornaments. (pp 201-40)
Callander, J Graham
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An Account of the Ruins of the Broch of Dun Telve, near Glenelg, excavated by H.M. Office of Works in 1914. (pp 241-54)
Curle, Alexander O
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Note on the Early Use of Aqua Vitae in Scotland. (pp 257-66)
Scott-Moncrieff, R
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Colonel George Monro and the Defence of Fort William Henry, 1757. (pp 267-74)
Inglis, John A
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Note on Two Hoards of Coins buried about 1800. (pp 275-8)
MacDonald, George
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Description of Sculptured Symbol Stone at Rayne and Small Cross at Culsalmond, Aberdeenshire. (pp 279-87)
Ritchie, James
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Notice of the Discovery of an Inscribed Stone at Weem, near Aberfeldy, Perthshire. With Some Account of St Cuthbert's Connection with Weem. (pp 288-302)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notes (1) On the Discovery of a Grave at Balneil, New Luce, Wigtownshire, containing a Partially Burnt Interment, a Cinerary Urn, a Bronze Chisel, a Bone Pin, and a Bead of Vitreous Paste. (2) On a Socketed Axe of Bronze found at Cambusmore, the Mound, Sutherlandshire. With Report on Bones from the Interment. (pp 302-6)
Curle, A O & Bryce, T H
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Notes on Some Stone and Flint Implements found near Dryburgh, in the Parish of Mertoun, Berwickshire. (pp 307-13)
Corrie, J M
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The Exploration of the Site known as the Kirk Stones of Stroupster, in the Parish of Wick, County of Caithness. (pp 314-6)
Nicolson, John
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The Roman Camps at Raedykes and Glenmailen. (pp 317-59)
MacDonald, George
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Index (pp 360-84)
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