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38 IXDEX TO AECH.¥.OLOGICAL PAPERS

Vigors (Col. P. D.). Irish monumental inscription in England.

Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xii. 409-410. Customs in old leases. Boy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland. 5th S.

xii. 412. ViNYCOMB (J.). Badge of the Roy. Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland.

Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland. 5th S. xii. 416-417. Visitations in the diocese of York holden by Archbishop Edward

Lee, 1534-5. Yorks Arch. Soc. xvi. 424-458.

W. (W. C). Nether hall in Roydon ; notes from the inquisitions.

Essex Arch. Soc. viii. 378.

— Barking. Essex Arch. Soc. viii. 379.

Walker (Bexjamin). Some notes on Domesday book, especially that

part of it which relates to the county of Warwick. Birm. and

Mid. Inst. xxvi. 33-80. Waller (J. G.). Notes on a part of a tabella found at Blythburgh,

Suffolk. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd. S xix. 40-42. Waller (W. C). An extinct county family : Wroth of Loughtou

hall. Essex Arch. Soc. viii. 345-352. Records of Tiltey abbey, preserved at Easton lodge. Essex

Arch. Soc. viii. 353-362. Walters (H. B.). The church bells of Shropshire. Shropshire

Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii. 165-247. Walters (F. A.). Some remarks on the last silver coinage of

EdAvard III. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 17(^-183. The silver coinage of the I'eign of Henry VI. Num. Citron.

4th S. ii. 224-266. Ward (John). Pre-historic interments near Cardiff. Arch. Canih.

6th S. ii. 25-32. Welch (Anne M.). Sir John Fortescue. Bri.stol and Glouc. Arch.

Soc. xxiv. 193-250. Welch (R.). Rosguil and the old kingdom of Eanad, the country

of Mac Swyne-na-doe and Mac Swyne-na-Fanait. Roy. Soc.

Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xii. 225-231. Welford (R.). Local muniments. Arch. ^Eliana, xxiv. 128-177. Were (F.). Bristol city coat of arms. Bristol and Glouc. Arch.

Soc. xxiv. 136-141. Heraldry in Red Lodge, Bristol. Bristol and Glouc.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 262-266. Westroff (T. J.). Bullaun wells iu Clare. Roy. Soc. Anfiq. Ireland,

5th. S. xii. 190.