Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 14, 1903.djvu/574

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Oesterley (Rev. W. 0. E.). The sacrifice of Isaac. BiU. Arch.

Soc. xxiv. 253-260. Offord (Joseph). The antiquity of the four-wheeled chariot. BibJ.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 130-131. Semitic analogies for Old Testament names. Bibl.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 242-243.

Inscriptions relating to the Jewish war of Vespasian

and Titus. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 325-328. and E. J. Pilcher. Some Punic analogues. Bibl. Arch.

Soc. xxiv. 283-284. Oliver (Andrew). Notes on the Flemish brasses in England. Brit.

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Kildare Arch. Soc. iv. 47-62. Ordish (T. Pairman). The mumming-play and other vestiges of

folk-drama in the British Isles. Folklore, xiii. 296-297. O'Reilly (P. J.). Notes on the coronation stone at Westminster

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77-92. Tobernea holy well, Blackrock, co. Dublin. Roy. Soc. Antiq.

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Taney and its patron. Boy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S.

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Osborne (F. B.). Grammar school, Camjxieu. Bristol and Glove. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 251-261.

Page (William). The St. Albans School of Painting, mural and

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Eunant hall. Arch. Camb. 6th S. ii. 306-307.

Parker (C. A.). Early sculptured stones at Closforth, Pousonby,

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