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20 INDEX OF ATtCTT.T-.OLOOTCAL PAPEES

Furness. Ci())ih. and West Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 282-

306. GriBSON(J. P.). Mucklebaiik wall turret. Arch. ^FAiana, xxiv. 13-18. Excavations at Cxt. Chesters (yEsica) in 18JU-1807. Arch.

JElicma^ xxiv. 10-G4. GiFFARD (Hardinge F.). Giffiird's jump. Dcv. Assoc. 048-703. GiLMORE (J. E.). Manuscript portions of tlii'ee Coptic lectionaries.

BiU. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 18G-191. GiRDLESTONE (Rev. Canon R. B.), and Sir H. H. Howoijth.

Notes on the comparative value of the two recensions of Ezra.

Bihl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 14-20. Glynxe (Sir Stephex, Bart.). Notes on the older churches in the

four Welsh dioceses. Arch. Camb. Gth S. ii. 81-114. Goddard (A. R.). The underground strong room at Riehhorough.

Br if. Arch. Assoc. N.S. viii. 103-114, 208-214. Goddard (Rev. E. H.). An Elizabethan tazza belonging to the

church of St. Michael, Southampton. Arch. Inst. lix. 32G-327. Goddard (E. H.). Opening of a barrow at Erlestoke. Wilts Arch.

and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 224. GoLDSBOROUGH (Albert). Notes on Nathaniel Hickman. Wilts

Arch, and Xat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 347-348. GOMME (Alice B.). London folk etymology. Folklore, xiii. 204. Goodrich-Ereer (A.). Folklore from the Hebrides. Folklore, xiii.

29-62. GouGH (A. v.). The grandchildren of Richard Gough of Newton-on-

the-Hill. Shropshire Arch, and Nat Hist. Soc. 3rd S.ii. 294-295. Gould (J. Chalkley). Mam Tor, near Castleton. Derby Arch.

and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxiv. 27-31.

• Siege of Colchester. Essex Arch. Soc. viii. 377.

Gowland (William) and Prof. J. W. Judd. Recent excavations

at Stonehenge ; with a note on the nature and origin of the rock

fragments found in the excavations. Arch. Iviii. 37-118. Graixger (F.). The Holme Cultram chapels. Cumb. and West.

Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 335-347. Graxt (Axgus). Notices of sepulchral slabs at Kilmore and

Kilianan, Glenurquhart, Inverness-shire. Proc. Soc. Antiq.

Scot, xxxvi. GG5-GG8. Graxt (Rev. Prebendary). Sir Edward Dyer. Somerset Arch.

and Nat. Hist. Soc. xlviii. 1-10. Graxville (Rev. R.). History of the church of Bideford and some

of its rectors. Dev. Assoc, xxxiv. 201-222.