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Caldecott (J. B.). Seal of Nicholas Dillon. East Herts Arch. Soc.

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Cilda. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 20-25. On a rare sterling of Henry Earl of Northumberland.

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On the coins of William I. and II. and the sequence of

the types. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 208-223. Carrington (W. a.). The early lords of Belvoir. Brit. Arch.

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Deeds, etc., enrolled, county of Derby. Derby Arch, and

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Devon Assoc, xxxiv. 418-454, Christison (D., M.D.). The carvings and inscriptions of the kirk- yard monuments of the Scottish lowlands, particularly in Perth,

Fife, Angus, Mearns, and Lothian. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot.

xxxvi. 280-457. Christison (David). Notices of an ancient fort and a stone circle at

Wester Torrie, near Callander, Perthshire. Proc. Soc. Antiq.

Scot, xxxvi. 614-620. Christy (Miller) and W. W". Porteous. Essex brasses recently

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