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The Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and
FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT AND PROSECUTION OF
RESEARCHES INTO THE ARTS AND MONUMENTS
The Early and Middle Ages.
SECOND SERIES, VOL. VIII.
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The Gilbertine Priory of Watton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. By
Amber. By Professor T. M'KENNY HUGHES, M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., F.G.S.
Recently discovered Mural Paintings in our English Churches. By C. E.
Hardham Church, and its Early Paintings. By PHILIP M. JOHNSTON
The Parish Churches of Northamptonshire: illustrated by Wills, temp.
Henry VIII. By Rev. J. C. Cox, LL.D., F.S.A.
The Regia. By S. RUSSELL FORBES
Some Documents relating to the Parish Church of All Saints, Bristol. By
The Pyrenean Neighbour; or, the Vicinal System in the Western Pyrenees.
The Natural Forms which have suggested some of the Commonest Imple-
ments of Stone, Bone, and Wood. By Professor T. M'KENNY HUGHES,
The Gilded Glasses of the Catacombs.
The Armiger. By E. MARION CHADWICK
The Cairn and Sepulchral Cave at Gop, near Prestatyn. By Professor W.
BOYD DAWKINS, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., F.S.A. ..
Notes upon Clay Tobacco Pipes of the Seventeenth Century found in
Bristol. By F. G. HILTON PRICE, DIR.S.A.
Nottingham Castle. By EMANUEL GREEN, F.S.A.
A Note on the Arms of Colchester and Nottingham. By W. H. ST. JOHN
Saxon Churches of the St. Pancras type. By C. R. PEERS, M.A., F.S.A.
Wollaton and Hardwick Halls. By J. A. GoTCH, F.S.A. ..