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INDEX OP akcha:ological papers 19

Gleu, near the Mull of Kin tyre. P)-oc. Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi.

611-613. Fletcher (Rev. W. G. D.). On wearing the bonnet in the royal

presence. Shroj^shire Avch. and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii.

151-156, 292. Flower (A, S.). Shropshire churches. Roy. Inst. Brit. Archit.

3rd S. viii. 102. Old and new English architecture : a reti'ospect and a

suggestion. Roy. Inst. Brit. Archit. 3rd S. viii. 417-431. FoAT (F. W. Gr.). Sematography of the Cireek papyri. Journ.

Hell. Stud. xxii. 135-173. Forsyth (W. A.). Church of St. Bartholomew, Fingest, Bucks.

Bucks Archit. and Arch. Soc. viii. 457-462. Foster (Rev, A. J.). Tour through Buckinghamshire. Berks, Bucks

and Oxen Arch. Journ. viii. 17-24, 42-50,82-85, 113-117. Fowler (Canon), The early history of Crayke. Yorks Arch.

Soc. xvi. 459-461.

Parish coffins. Yorks Arch. Soc. xvi. 467-468.

— Haliwerfolk. Yorks Arch. Soc. xvii. 127.

Fox (George E.). The present state of the Roman station of

Clausentum at Bitterne, near Southampton. Proc. Soc. Antiq.

2nd S. xix. 56-59, Fryer (Alfred C), On fonts with representations of the Seven

Sacraments. Arch. Inst. lix. 17-66.

G. (H.). A unique naval reward : the Breton medal, 1794, Num.

C/iron. 4th S, ii. 311-312. Gardiner (Alan H,). A monument of Antef V, from Coptos. Bibl.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 204-205.

The word f\ 1 in the inscription of ^^ h

and a note on the Milligen papyrus, i, 3-4. Bibl. Arch. Soc.

xxiv. 349-354. Gardiner (Rev, E. R.). Church plate of Berkshix'e. Berks, Bucks

and Oxon Arch. Journ. viii. 117-119, Garstang (John). The Ribchester temple. Lane, and Ches. Hist.

Soc. N.S, xvii. 208-216, Gasquet (Very Rev, F. A,), Some materials for a new edition of

Polydore Virgil's history, Roy. Hist, Soc. N.S, xvi, 1-17. Gaster (M.). The letter of Toledo. Folklore, xiii. 115-134. Gaythorpe (Harper), Church bells in the archdeaconry of