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Volume 7 (1866-68) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries - vol vii part ii
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Preliminaries - vol vii part ii
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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On the Inscriptions upon the Stone at Newton Insch, Aberdeenshire, and on the Inscriptions on a sculptured Stone at St Vigean's, Forfarshire. (pp 11-23)
Carr, Ralph
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Notice of Cists and other Remains discovered in 'Cairn Curr,' on the Farm of Warrackstone, in Aberdeenshire. (pp 24-5)
Stuart, John
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Notice of Letters addressed to Captain Shand, R.A., by Professor Thorkelin and General Robert Melvill, on Roman Antiquities in the North of Scotland, 1788-1790. (pp 26-34)
Stuart, John
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Address on the old English Runic Monuments known in Great Britain at the present time. (pp 34-5)
Stephens, George
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On the Age of the Burgs or 'Brochs,' and some other Pre-historic Remains, of Orkney and Caithness. (pp 56-79)
Laing, Samuel
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Notes on various Stone Relics found in Aberdeenshire. (pp 101-2)
King, William Ross
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Note respecting various Articles, in Bronze and Stone, found in Orkney, and now presented to the Museum. (pp 103-5)
Farrer, James
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Notice of the discovery of a Stone Kist at Broomend, near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 110-4)
Chalmers, James Hay
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Notice of further Stone Kists found at Broomend, near the Inverurie Papermills. (pp 115-8)
Davidson, C B
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On some remarkable Discoveries of Rude Stone Implements in Shetland. (pp 118-34)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Notice of some Rude Stone Implements found in Orkney. (pp 135-6)
Petrie, George
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A Contemporary Account of the Battle of Floddon, 9th September 1513. From a Manuscript in the possession of David Laing, Esq., LL.D., VPSA.Scot. (pp 141-52)
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On the Primitive Dwellings and Hypogea of the outer Hebrides. (pp 153-95)
Thomas, F L W
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Notices of recent Discoveries of Coins. (pp 195-8)
Sim, George
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Notices of the Priory of the Isle of May, from its Charters, &c. (pp 201)
Stuart, John
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List of Charters relating to the Priory of Rindelgros, and the Priory of May in Scotland, Cells to the Abbey of Reading; transcribed from the original among the Charters of the Marquis of Westminster at Eton Hall. (pp 201)
Way, Albert
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Notice of Ruins of Ancient Dwellings at Skara, Bay of Skaill, in the Parish of Sandwich, Orkney, recently excavated. (pp 201-19)
Petrie, George
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Traditions of Glenurchay: Blind Harry's Narrative of Sir William Wallace's Expedition into Argyleshire, elucidated by the help of Local Topography and Tradition; also a Supplementary Note on the Ossianic Tales of the Braes of Lorn. (pp 222-41)
Smith, Archibald
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Notice regarding the Foundation of the Chuch of Fowlis, in Gowrie. (pp 241-8)
Jervise, A
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Notice of an Original Letter of King James II, to MacDonald of Keppoch, after the battle of Killiecrankie; three Letters of General Monck; also some Documents relating to Rob Roy Macgregor, and to Simon Lord Lovat. (pp 248-55)
Smith, John Alexander
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Note of Stone Kists recently discovered in the Neighbourhood of St Andrews. (pp 255-6)
Skinner, Rev. Robert
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Notice of the Sculptured Top of a Stone Cross found in the Parish of Lesmahagow, A.D. 1866; with some Remarks upon Crosses, and the Privilege of Sanctuary. (pp 256-65)
Greenshields, John B
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Note of Five Kists found under a Tumulus on the Glebe of the Parish of Eddertoun, Ross, and of a Kist within a Circle of Standing Stones in the same Neighbourhood. (pp 268-9)
Joass, J M
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Note of a Kist, with a Cup-marked Cover, found in a Mound on the Links of Dornoch. (pp 270)
Tait, Lawson
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Notes of Cromlechs, Duns, Hut-Circles, Chambered Cairns, and other Remains, in the County of Sutherland. (pp 271-9)
Horsburgh, James
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Observations upon a 'Shilling' of Francis the Dauphin and Mary Stuart, representing them as 'King and Queen of Scotland, England, and Ireland,' dated 1558, with Notes regarding the Assumption by Queen Mary of the Arms and Crown of England. (pp 279-87)
Holt, Henry F
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History of the 'Maiden,' or Scottish Beheading Machine, with Notices of the Criminals who suffered by it. (pp 287)
McCulloch, William T
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Report to the Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, appointed to arrange for the Application of a Fund left by the late Mr A Henry Rhind, for Excavating Early Remains. (pp 289-307)
Stuart, John
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Notice of an Artificial Island in Loch Kielziebar, in a Letter to Mr Stuart, Secretary. (pp 322-4)
Mapleton, Rev. R J
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Some Account of Robert Watson, with reference to a Portrait of him, painted by Proessor Vogel Von Vogelstein, now presented to the Museum. (pp 324-34)
Forbes, Rt Rev Alexander P
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Notice of a Remarkable Bronze Ornament with Horns found in Galloway, now at Abbotsford. Also of a Bronze Ornament, like a 'Swine's Head,' found in Banffshire. (pp 334-57)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notes of some MSS. In English Libraries, examined while preparing the materials for the second part of the 'National MSS. of Scotland,' now being photozincographed at Southampton. (pp 362-71)
Innes, Cosmo
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Notice of an Urn found near Kirkton of Glenelg, with remarks on the Bones found in Urns. (pp 372-5)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Note on Bronze Sickles, with special reference to those found in Scotland. (pp 375-81)
Smith, John Alexander
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Remarks on the Carved Ceiling and Heraldic Shields of the Apartment in Holyrood House, commonly known as 'Queen Mary's Audience Chamber.'. (pp 381-4)
Laing, Henry
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Remarks on the Architecture of the Priory of Restennet in Angus, in a Letter to Mr Stuart, Sec.S.A. Scot. (pp 387)
Forbes, A F
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Notice of the Early History of the Priory of Restennet. (pp 387)
Stuart, John
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Account of the Recent Discovery of a Roman Camp at Kintore, Aberdeenshire. (pp 387-94)
Courtney, E H
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Notes of Three Chambered Tombs in the Parish of Carnac, Brittany, recently surveyed by Sir Henry Dryden and the Rev. W Lukis. (pp 394-5)
Dryden, Henry
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Note of Excavations in Sanday, one of the North Isles of Orkney. (pp 398-401)
Farrer, James
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Notes of Urns and Sepulchral Monuments discovered at various Times in the Parish of Creich, Fifeshire. (pp 401-7)
Lawson, Alexander
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Remarks on the Circular Stone Monuments noticed by Mr Lawson in the Parish of Creich, Fifeshire. (pp 407-9)
Stuart, John
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Notice of the Heraldic Painted Ceilings in a House at Linlithgow, now destroyed. (pp 409-13)
Cooke, T Etherington
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Argyleshire Invaded but not Subdued by Ungus, King of the Picts, in the Years 736 and 741. (pp 412-22)
Smith, Archibald
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General Remarks on the Dwellings of the Pre-Historic Races in Orkney, with a Special Notice of the Picts' House of Skerrabrae, in the Parish of Sandwick, showing the Present State of the Excavations lately made there. (pp 426-39)
Traill, William
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Note of Ancient Remains recently discovered in the Parish of Carluke. (pp 440-2)
Rankin, D R
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Notice of Early Monuments in the Parish of Strowan in Blair Athole. (pp 442-4)
Laing, Alexander
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An Account of the Scottish Psalter of A.D. 1566, containing the Psalms, Canticles, and Hymns, set to Music in Four Parts, in the Manuscripts of Thomas Wode or Wood. Vicar of Sanctadrous. (pp 445-58)
Laing, David
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Note of the Hunterston Brooch, Ayrshire, with a Reading of the Runic Inscription on it. (pp 462-4)
Stephens, George
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Description of Pit Dwellings at Dilly-moenan and the Miaave Craig, Tarlair, near Macduff, Banffshire. (pp 465-71)
Hunter, James
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Notes, with Sketches of Mason Marks on the Cathedral of St Machar, Old Aberdeen. (pp 471-3)
Gibb, A
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Notes of the Opening of a Stone Circle at Craigmore in Strathfleet, Sutherlandshire. (pp 473-5)
Tait, Lawson
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Notice of a Small Bronze Blade found in a Cinerary Urn at Balblair, Sutherlandshire; also Two Small Bronze Plates, in the Collection of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland. (pp 475-7)
Smith, John Alexander
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On the Horned Cairns of Caithness, their Structural Arrangement, Contents of Chambers, &c. (pp 480-512)
Anderson, Joseph
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Account of Cists opened at Kintradwell, Sutherlandshire. (pp 512-5)
Tait, Lawson
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Note on the Human Remains found at Kintradwell. (pp 515-6)
Turner, William
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Description of Stockaded Remains recently discovered at Arisaig, Inverness-shire, in a Letter to John Stuart, Esq., Sec.S.A.Scot. (pp 516-9)
Mapleton, Rev. R J
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Opening of the Fairy Knowe of Pendreich, Bridge of Allan. (pp 519-23)
Alexander, J E
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Notes of Early Remains on the Farm of Knaughland, Rothiemay. (pp 524-5)
Hunter, James
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Notes on the Shell Mounds, Hut-Circles and Kistvaens of Sutherland. (pp 525-32)
Tait, Lawson
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Notice of an Eirde House or Underground Building, recently discovered at Pirnie, now Ashgrove, in the Parish of Wemyss. (pp 532-4)
Laing, Alexander
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Note of an Eirde House or Weem at Fithie, Parish of Farnell. (pp 534)
Jervise, A
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History of the 'Maiden' or Scottish Beheading Machine, with Notices of the Criminals who suffered by it. (pp 535-60)
McCulloch, W T
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Additional Note on the Supposed 'Leather Lamp,' found in an Urn in a Short Stone Cist at Broomend, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 561-2)
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Index (pp 563-596)
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