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4th Series, 1925-1972

Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series, Vol. 34, 1956

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---: List of plates. ix
---: Illustrations in text. x
---: Thanks for gifts of illustrations. xi
---: Council and officers for 1956. xiii
---: Officers of the Society from 1813. xv
Burn, W. L.: Newcastle upon Tyne in the early nineteenth century. 1-13
Hughes, E.: Some Clavering correspondence. 14-26
Hunter Blair, C. H.: The armorials upon A new map of Northumberland, by John Warburton, 1716. 27-56
Halcrow, E. M.: Ridley Charters. 57-76
Scammell, G. V.: Seven charters relating to the familia of Bishop Hugh de Puiset. 77-90
Toynbee, M.: A further note on William Larson's statue of James II at Newcastle upon Tyne. 91
Rogan, J.: Episcopal visitations in the diocese of Durham 1662-1671. 92-109
Halcrow, E. M.: The charity for the relief of poor women lying-in at their own homes. 110-129
Berriman, A. E.: The Carvoran "modius". 130
Fell, C. I. and Hildyard, E. J. W.: More flints from Weardale–a postscript. 131-137
Jones, T. L. and Field, C. W.: The Melkridge bastle, Northumberland, a description and architectural survey report. 138-141
Hogg, A. H. A. and Hogg, N.: Doddington and Horton moors. 142-149
Hogg, A. H. A.: Further excavations at Ingram Hill. 150-160
Craster, Edmund: Beadnell in the eighteenth century. 161-175
Lilburn, A. J.: The Pipe Rolls of Edward I (continued). 176-195
Scott, F. S.: The Hildithryth stone and other Hartlepool name-stones. 196-212
Fyson, Mrs D. R.: Some early northern grave covers. 213-218
Richmond, I. A,: Frank Gerald Simpson. 219-221
Book Reviews
Richmond, I. A.: Ordnance survey map of Roman Britain, 3rd edition. 222-225
Cowen J. D.: Hunter Blair, P., An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England. 225-227
---: Publications of the society. 229-231
---: Index. 233-244

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