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Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series, Vol. 7, 1876

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---: Anniversary Meeting, 6 February, 1865. 1
---: Fifty-first Report of the Council. 2
Hall, G. Rome: On Ancient British Remains near Birtley and Barrasford, North Tyne. 3
---: Monthly meeting, 1 March, 1864 [sic]. 18
---: Address to her Grace Eleanor Duchess of Northumberland. 182
---: Monthly meetings, 5 April and 3 May, 1865. 19
Hall, G. Rome: Roman Way across Wark's Ford. 19
Haigh, D. H.: The Coins of the Danish Kings of Northumberland. 20
[Longstaffe, W. H. D.]: Postscript to the previous paper. 72
---: Monthly meetings, 7 June and 2 August, 1865, and Country meeting at Bamborough [sic], 5 July, 1865. 78
---: Monthly meetings, 6 September, 4 October and 1 November, 1865. 79
Bruce, J. C.: Observations on a Roman Inscription at Cockermouth Castle. 80
---: Monthly meeting, 5 December, 1865. 81
Charlton, Edward: Runic Inscription on Baronspike. 82
---: Deeds from the Rev. James Everett. 85
Black, W. H.: The Five Sitting Statues of Roman Date in the Museum of the Society. 86
---: Monthly meeting, 3 January, 1866. 87
---: Instructions for Sir Jacob Astley, Knt., Sergeant Maior General of his Majesties Army Commanded by my Lord General, to make his speedy repaire to Newcastle. 87
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: Durham and Sadberge: Pagan Period. 89
"WCM" and "THB": Observations on the Radcliffe Pedigree. 114
Stephens, George: The Bridekirk Font. 118
---: Survey of the Manor House of Stockton, commonly called Stockton Castle, taken after the death of Bishop Pilkington. 120
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: The Stained Glass of Durham Cathedral. 125
---: Alphabetical Bell from Patterdale. 142
Ravensworth, Earl of: The Corbridge Lanx. 142
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: The Architectural History of the Manor House and Tower or Castle of Hilton [sic]. 143
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: Legends connected with Hilton [sic] Castle. 153
Clayton, John: Notes of an Excavation at Cilurnum. 171
Ravensworth, Earl of: Military Roads of the Romans and Incas. 176
Bates, T. H.: On the local term "Frith." 181
Bruce, J. C.: The Altars recently found in the Roman Camp at Maryport. 184
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: Durham and Sadberge: the Early Chronicles. 196
Raine, Jr., James: St. Mary the Virgin's Hospital, Newcastle. 203
Trevelyan, W. C.: Local Muniments. 204
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: Tapestry in Appleby Castle. 205
Hall, G. Rome: Notes on Two Bronze Spear-heads found near Birtley, North Tyne. 209
Bruce, J. C.: Inscriptions at Abbotsford and Hexham. 212
Foss, R. W.: The Tinder-box, and its Practical Successor. 217
---: Petition [from the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne] on Ecclesiastical Records. 226
White, Robt.: Biographical Notice of John Hodgson Hinde. 229
Longstaffe, W. H. D.: The Screen and Chancel Arrangements of Darlington Church. 240
Clayton, John: Notes of an Excavation of a Turret on the Roman wall. 256
Ellison, R. Carr: On the Dedication of the Two notable Altars at Condercum. 260
Ellison, R. Carr: The Rudge Cup. 262
Ellison, R. Carr: On the Altar dedicated by the Spouse of Fabius to the Nymphs. 265
Clephan, James: Anne Brougham, the Centenarian. 267
Clephan, James: Early Printing in Newcastle. 271
Ellison, R. Carr: The Anglo-Saxon Monumental Stone found at Falstone in 1813. 272
Clephan, James: Mr. Robert White. 274
Stevenson, A. S.: Roman Wheel from Tharsis, in Spain. 279
Clayton, John: Discovery of a Roman Altar at Procolitia. 282
---: Report of the society, 1876. 285
---: Balance sheet, 1876. 288
---: List of honorary members. 290
---: List of ordinary members. 292
---: Index. 297

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