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Pryce, (Newton Hall) correspondence, etc. Mouftioinci'ysliire Coil, xxxii. ()0-9G.

Raxdall-McIver (D.j. Ou a rare fabric of Kabyle Potter\'. Anf/irop Insf. N.S. V. 245-247.

Rawxsley (Rev. H. D.). Notes on a number of stone implements lately found at Portinscale, near Derwentwater. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 37-40.

Ra vex (Rev. Caxox). Notes^ou some Nottinghamshire bells. Arch. Inst. lix. 93-99.

Read (Charles H.i. On a Saracenic goblet of enamelled glass of mediseval date. AixJi. Iviii. 217 22G.

Notes on a hoard of bronze implements found at

Guilsfield, Montgomeryshire, exhibited by the Right Hon. the Earl of Powis ; a hoard of like implements from Bromley -by- Bow : and a hoard of bronze implements found at Broadward Herefordshire. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 13-16.

Read (F. W.) and A. C. Bryant. A mythological text from Memphis. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 206-21G.

Redstone (Vincent B.). Social condition of England during the Wars of the Roses. Eoy. Hist. Soc. N.S. xvi. 159-200.

Nomina villarum, co. Suffolk, 1316. Suffolk Inst. Arch.

xi. 173-199.

Tudenham St. Martin. SaffoIL- Inst. Arch. xi. 246-251.

Records of the Sudbury archdeaconr}-. Scffolk Inst. Arch.

xi. 252-266 Reichel (Rev. 0. J.). Extracts from a Devonshire lady's notes of travel

in France in eighteenth century. Dcron Assoc, xxxiv. 265-275. ■ Fees of the Bishop of Exeter in Testa de Nevill. Devon

Assoc, xxxiv. 566-574.

Devonshire Domesday : Domesday identifications. Devon

Assoc, xxxiv. 715-731. Reid (Alan). "The King's Cellar" at Limekilns, Dunfermline.

Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 658-665. Reinach (Theodore). Some Pontic eras. Xiim. Chron. 4th S. ii,

1-10,184. Rhys (Prof.). Ogam-inscribed stones of the Royal Irish Academy

and of Trinity College, Dublin. Itoy. Soc. A)iti(/. Inland. 5th

S. xii. 1-41. Ribchester, List of Roman remains from. Lane, and C/ics.

Hist. Soc. N.S. xvii. 189-208.