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Abercromby (Hon. J.). Accouufc of the excavation of the Roman station at luclituthil, Perthshire; history of the site and descrip- tion of the excavations. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 182-203.

Adams (Maxwell). Index to the printed literature relating to North Devon. Dcv. Assoc, xxxiv. 344-393.

Addy (S. 0.). The collection of folklore. FoUdorc, xiii. 297-299.

■ Garland day at Castleton. FolkJorc, xiii. 313.

• Butterfly charm. Folklore, xiii. 432.

AiTCHisoN (Prof.). St. Peter's, Rome. AV>//. Inst. Brit. Archit. 3rd S. viii. 245-255, 453-463.

Alexander (W. C). Painted glass from a window in the church of St. Thomas a Becket, Brightling, Sussex. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlv. 180-185.

Allen (J. Romilly). Old farm-houses with round chimneys near St. Davids. Arch. Ccvmb. 6th S. ii. 1-24.

The chevron and its derivatives: a study in the art of the

bronze age. Arch. Camb. 6th S. ii. 182-229.

Early inscribed cross slab at Llanveynoe, Herefordshire.

Arch. Camb. 6th S. ii. 239.

On an inscribed and sculptured Norman tympanum in

Hawksworth church, Nottinghamshire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2udS. xix. 88-95.

Allen (Rev. W. T.). The family of Catchmay. Bristol and Gloiic. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 142-155.

x\mery (P. F. S.). Nineteenth report on Folklore of Devonshire. Dev. Assoc, xxxiv. 83-89.

Amos (A.). Datchworth church. East Herts Arch. Soc. ii. 68-71.

Anderson (A. W.) and W. B. Gerish. Knebworth church. East Herts Arch. Soc. ii. 72-77.

Anderson (Joseph). Notices of cists discovered in a caii-n at Cairn- hill, parish of Monquhitter, Aberdeenshire, and at Doune, Perth- shire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 675-688.