Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 14, 1903.djvu/573

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Murray (Pr. A. S.) Roman art. Roij. Inst. Brit. Arch. 3rd S. viii.

114-115. Murray (Patrick). Note on a single-piece wooden vessel found in

a peat moss on Torr Rigli Hill, Shiskin, Arran. Proc. Soc.

Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 582-583. Myres (John L.). Notes on the history of the Kabj'le pottery.

Anthrop. Inst. N.S. v. 248-262.

Nash (W. L.). Ancient Egyptian draughts-boards and draughts- men. Bihl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 341-348.

Two heads of small statues found at the temple of Mut,

at Karnak. Bihl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 51.

Naville (Prof. Edouard). The book of the dead. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 135-143, 195-204, 268-271, 313-316.^

Nevill (Ralph). The place-name Guildhall. Surrey Arch. Soc. xvii. 176-179.

The pilgrim's way. Surrey Arch. Soc. xvii. 179-180.

Newberry (P. E.). Extracts from my note-books. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 244-252.

■ The parentage of Queen Aahhetep. Bibl. Arch. Soc.

xxiv. 285-289.

Nicholson (J.). Harvest bonfires in the East Riding. Folklore xiv. 92-94.

Norman (Philip). On the destroyed church of St. Michael, Wood Street, in the city of London, with some notes on the church of St. Michael, Basshishaw. Arch. Iviii. 189-216.

Exchequer annuity tallies. Arch. Inst. lix. 288-305.

On the topographical aspects of a number of terra- cotta architectural fragments of the early part of the six- teenth century, found together with fragments of Roman and medigeval pottery in the churchyard of St. George the Martyr, Southwark, and exhibited by the London County Council. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 99-100.

St. Olave's, Hart Street. aS'^. Paid's Eccles. Soc. v. 93-98.

All Hallow's, Barking. St. Paul's Eccles. Soc. v. 99-106.

NuTT (Alfred). History, tradition and historic myth. Folklore, xiii. 84-87.

0. (R.). Seal for the rural deanery of Pool. Montgomeryshire Coll. xxxii. 331-332.