Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 14, 1903.djvu/561

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Dymond (C. W.)- Exploration of Sunken Kirk, Swiuside, Cumberland.

Cumb. and West Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii, 53-7G. Excavations at Gt. Chesters (^Esica) in 1894-1897 .

Arch. .3Uiana, xxiv. 19-64.

Eeles (F. C). Note on a cist and urn found at Glasterberry, near

Peterculter, Aberdeensliire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 627-

628. Eld (Rev. F. J.). Polstead church. Sufolk Inst. Arch. xi. 220-

224. Ellis (John W.). The mediseval fonts of the hundreds of West

Derby and Wirral. Lane, and Chcs. Hist. Soc. N.S. xvii. 59-

80. Ellis (W. Patterson). Churchwardens' accounts of the parish of

St. Mary, Thame, 1442. Berks, Bucks and Oxon Arch. Journ.

vii. 113-119 ; viii. 24-30, 50-59, 71-77. Elton (John). Origin of the maj^oral allowance at Liverpool and

Chester. Lane, and Ches. Hist. Soc. N.S. xvii. 81-92. Liverpool lists of emigrants to America, 1697-1706. Lane.

and Ches. Hist. Soc. N.S. xvii. 179-188. Elworthy (F. T.). Nineteenth report of committee on verbal

provincialisms of Devonshire. Dev. Assoc, xxxiv. 90-103. Enys (J. D.), Thurstan C. Peter and H. M. Whitley. Mural

paintings in Cornish chiirches. Eoy. Inst. Corniccdl, xv. 136-

160. Erskine-Risk (Rev. J.). A forgotten episode in Devon county

history. Dev. Assoc, xxxiv. 394-402. EsMONDE (Sir T. H. G-rattan). Some further finds- in North Wex- ford. Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xii. 68-70. Evans (Sir J.). Opening of a barrow at Broxbornebury, 1901.

East Herts. Arch. Soc. ii. 6-10. Note on a gold coin of Addedomaros. Mini. Chron. 4th S.

ii. 11-19.

The burning of bonds under Hadrian. Num. Chron. 4th S.

ii. 88-91.

The cross and pall on the arms of ^Elfred the Great.

Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 202-207.

On some rare or unpublished Roman coins. Num. Chron,

4th S. ii. 345-363. Note on a mould for Samian bowls found at Lezoux, Pu}'-

de-D6me. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. G-7.