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INDEX OP AKCH^OLOGICAL PAPERS 31

Parker (Joitn). Delafield's MS. notes on Fingest. Bucks Archil.

and Arch. Soc. viii. 463-475. Patching (John). Sir Thomas Bowyer, Bart., M.P. forBramber, and

his family. Sussex Arch. Coll. xlv. 209-211. Patterson (W. H.). The Cronebane halfpenny tokens. Roy. Soc.

Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xii. 2G1-263. Payne (E. J.). Tring, Wing and Ivinghoe. Bucks Arcliit. and

Arch. Soc. viii. 435-445. Peacock (Edwabd). Eggs in witchcraft. Folklore, xiii. 431. Peacock (Mabel). The calenig, or gift. Folklore, xiii. 202-203.

St. Mark's Eve (April 24).^ Folklore, xiv. 94.

Peacock (Mabel) and 0. S. Burne. Fifth of November customs.

Folklore, xiv. 89-91. Peacock (Mabel) and Frank Kidson. Jingle sung at Castleton,

Folklore, xiii. 91-92. Pearman (Rev. A. J.). Rectors of Merstham. Sur)'ey Arch. Soc.

xvii. 10-27. Pearson (Frank S). The manor and castle of Weoley. Blrm. and

Mid. Inst, xxviii. 51-67. Pearson (Howard S.). Birmingliam springs and wells. Birm. and

Mid. Inst, xxvii. 55-62. Peers (C. R.). The Benedictine nunnery of Little Marlow. Arch.

Inst. lix. 307-325; Bucks Archit. and Arch. Soc. viii.

419-434. Peter (0. B.). The ancient earth-fenced town and village sites of

Cornwall. Roij. Inst. CormvaU, xv. 107-119. Petrie (Prof. W. M. Flinders). Notes on the nineteenth dynasty.

Bibl. Arch. xxiv. 317-319. The sources and growth of architecture in Egypt. Roy.

Inst. Brit. Archit. 3rd S. viii. 341-352.

Foundation deposit iuscription from Alzdos. Journ.

Hell. Stud. xxii. 377. Phillips (Rev. J.). The oldest parish registers in Pembrokeshire.

Arch. Camh. 6th S. ii. 115-127. Phillips (W.). The capture of Lord Thomas Grey in Shropshire.

Shropshire Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii. 143-150. Fees for knighthood in 1642. Shropshire Arch, and

Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii. 160-161. Will of James Janyns, clerk, of Moreton Corbet, a.d.

1539. Shropshire Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii. 295-296. — — • The will of Henry Bishop, vicar of Moreton Corbet.,