A HISTORY OF SURREY 1857 ; but the locality is there confused with Send, a parish some miles distant. These various hoards were all the property of bronze founders. The Wickham Park (Croydon) hoard is perhaps the most interesting, SWORD AND SPEARHEAD. PALSTAVE. BRONZE PIN BRONZE AGE ANTIQUITIES FOUND AT THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER WANDLE. from the fact that it contained so many single examples of different kinds of tools or weapons. There are other miscellaneous collections of bronze age antiquities, which can hardly be considered hoards in the usual sense, but which 242
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