The Society's seal and three photographs

3rd Series, 1904-1924

Archaeologia Aeliana 3rd Series, Vol. 17, 1920

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Catalogue of the inscribed and sculptured stones of the Roman era in possession of the Society (3rd edition). 1

Bosanquet, R.C.: Francis John Haverfield, F.S.A., a vice president. 137

Hodgson, J., the younger: Thomas Slack of Newcastle, printer, 1723-1784, founder of the Newcastle Chronicle. 145

Hepple, R. B.: Uthred of Boldon. 153

Hodgson, J. C.: The Ancestry of John Hodgson Hinde. 169

Thompson, A. Hamilton: The Clervaux Chartulary: with abstracts of the deeds contained in it which relate to the property of the family of Clervaux in the county palatine of Durham. 186

Wood, H.M.: An account of the family of Dagnia, of Newcastle and South Shields, glass-makers. 292

Hunter Blair, C. H.: A note upon mediaeval seals with special reference to those in Durham Treasury. 244

Hunter Blair, C. H.: Additional notes on ‘Durham' seals’ to Archaeologia Aeliana, 3 ser. VII–IX and XI–XVI. 300

Knowles, W. H.: The Black Friars Monastery in Newcastle. 314

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