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Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series, Vol. 15, 1892

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---: List of Plates, Woodcuts, etc. v
---: Contributions of Plates. vii
---: Annual Reports, 1889, 1890, and 1891. ix, xi, xliii
---: Treasurer's Balance Sheets. xvi, xviii, xlviii
---: Statutes of the Society. xxiii
---: Officers for 1890, 1891, and 1892. xxviii, xxix, l
---: Honorary Members. xxx, xl
---: Ordinary Members. xxxi
---: Societies with which Transactions are exchanged. xli
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: Norton. 1
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: On Married and Hereditary priests. 14
Barnes, Henry: On Quarter Sessions Orders relating to the Plague in the County of Durham in 1665. 18
Dixon, D. D.: Notes on the Discovery of British Burials on the Simonside Hills, Parish of Rothbury, in Upper Coquetdale, Northumberland. 23
Hedley, R. C.: The Pre-Historic Camps of Northumberland: Burgh Hill Camp. 33
Phillips, Maberly: Brass Tablet at Barnard Castle and the Rev. John Rogers. 37
Hall, G. Rome: A Possible Meaning for Pre-Historic Cup-Marked Stones. 43
Hedley, R. C.: A Pre-historic Burial at the Sneep, North Tynedale. 49
Laing, R.: Notes on the Tarret Burn Skeleton. 51
Hodgkin, Thomas: Suggestions for a New County History of Northumberland. 54
Dixon, D. D.: The Old Coquetdale Volunteers. 64
Waller, J. G.: Notes on some Brasses in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham. 76
Obituary Notices of Deceased Members:
    1. John Clayton, F.S.A., one of the Vice-Presidents. By J. C. Bruce. 90
    2. Charles Roach Smith, F.S.A., Honorary Member. By J. C. Bruce. 95
    3. Robert Spence. By Thomas Hodgkin. 101
    4. William Aldam [reprinted from the Times]. 101
Philipson, John: The Vitality of Seeds found in the Wrappings of Egyptian Mummies. 102
Robinson, John: The Delaval Papers. 125
Dixon, D. D.: Old Coquetdale Customs: Salmon Poaching. 144
Hodgson, J. C.: An Account of the Presbyterian Meeting-house at Branton. 153
Hodgkin, Thomas: Discovery of Roman Bronze Vessels at Prestwick Carr, etc. 159
Boyle, J. R.: Christopher Hunter's copy of Bourne's History of Newcastle. 167
     Appendix of documents. 175
Cripps, Wilfrid J.: A Bronze Grave Chalice from Hexham Priory Church. 192
Hodges, C. C.: Description of the Chalice. 193
Knowles, W. H.: The Hospital of St. Mary the Virgin, Newcastle. 194
    Bates, Cadwallader J.: Appendix of documents. 202
---: Memorial brass in Coniscliffe Church. 207
Holmes, Sheriton: Memoranda Relating to the King's Meadows. 208
Hodges, C. C.: The Conyers Falchion. 214
Adamson, Horatio A.: Tynemouth Castle: The Eve of the Commonwealth. 218
Haverfield, F. J.: An Altar at Binchester to the Matres Ollototae. 225
Embleton, Dennis: The Incorporated Company of Barber-Surgeons and Wax and Tallow Chandlers of Newcastle upon Tyne. 228
Simpson, H. F. Morland: On a Norwegian Staff Calendar belonging to the Society. 270
Hodges, C. C.: On some Medieval Carved Chests. 295
Boyle, J. R.: Four Memorial Brasses in the County of Durham. 311
Haverfield, F. J.: The Mother Goddesses. 314
Shand, William: Researches into the Family Relationships of the Rev. Robert Thomlinson, D.D. 340
Hodgkin, Thomas: Obituary notice of the Rev. J. C. Bruce, LL.D., D.C.L., F.S.A., F.S.A. Scot., etc., a Vice-President of the Society. 364
---: Roman Vessels of Bronze. 370
---: Index. 371

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