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THE JOURNAL OF THE

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GENERAL INDEX



TO



VOLUMES I TO XXX.



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WALTER DE GRAY BIRCH, F.R.S.L.,



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Prepared and Published under the direction of the Council.



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PRINTED FOR THE ASSOCIATION.



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PREFACE.



The necessity of a general index to the thirty volumes of the Journal
of the British Archaeological Association has been so long and so exten-
sively felt by students and lovers of Antiquarian and Mediaeval remains,
that this present volume needs no apology for its preparation and publi-
cation by the Association.

Next to securing and diffusing correct elucidations of the arts and
sciences, the manners and customs, the labours and amusements, of our
forefathers, the duty of such a society as this aspires to be, and enjoys
the reputation of being, is plainly that of enabling those who search her
productions to find without difficulty that information which they are
led to expect is therein set out for their instruction.

"With the view of promoting this object, it occurred to me, towards
the end of 1873, to propose to the Association that I should be allowed
to prepare, under the direction of the Council, one General Index of all
the issue, which would include the volume about to be completed at the
end of 1874, at which time I considered the work would be sufficiently
forward for commencing the printing. My plan was not to make new
indexes, for such a task would have involved far too much labour on my
part, and expense upon the part of the Association, by reason of greater
space being required for the printing ; but rather to prepare transcripts
of the separate indexes contained at the end of each of the volumes, and,
after adding to these such additional references as appeared necessary,
to throw all into one alphabet and so enable the conteuts of the series
to be measured and consulted at a glance. This apparently simple task
proved on trial to be fraught with much more difficulty, and to demand
far more time and labour, than I ever anticipated, and this was in a
measure owing to the varying quality of the indexes, and the want of
rides laid down for observance by those who compiled the indexes from
time to time. Hence, to a certain extent, a similar want of strict uni-
formity will be observed in this general index; but I have by a careful
system of cross-references successfully overcome most of the difficulties
arising on this account. In its present state, this Index, without professing
minutely laboured perfection, may be taken to indicate pretty faithfully
every subject of importance contained in the Journals.



4 PREFACE.

As would be naturally expected, each Annual Congress drew the bias
of feeling for the Publication of the following year towards the particular
centre wherein the Congress was held, and, consequently, a great pro-
portion of the volumes will be found to contain matter relating more or
less intimately to the immediate locality of the previous Congress.
Hence, those who look for general information upon prominent local
antiquities will do well to consult the volumes of the ensuing year,
according to the city or county wherein the Congress took place.

These meetings have been held in the following course of time and
place : —



Date.


Place of Congress.


No. of Volume.


1844


Canterbury-


ii


1845


Winchester


iii


1846


Gloucester


iv


1847


Warwick


V


1848


Worcester


vi


1849


Chester


vii


1850


Lancashire


viii


1851


Derbyshire


ix


1852


Newark


X


1853


Rochester


xi


1854


Chepstow


xii


1855


Isle of Wight


xiii


1856


Bridgwater, Bath


xiv


1857


Norwich


XV


1858


Salisbury-


xvi


1859


Newbury


xvii


1860


Shrewsbury


xviii


1861


Exeter


xix


1862


Leicester


XX


1863


Leeds


xxi


1864


Ipswich


xxii


1S65


Durham


xxiii


1866


Hastings


xxiv


1867


Ludlow


XXV


1868


Cirencester


XXV


1S69


St. Alban's


xxvi


1870


Hereford


xxviii


1871


Weymouth


xxviii


1872


Wolverhampton


xxix


1873


Sheffield


XXX


1874


Bristol






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sionally found, owing to the irregularity of date and lettering on some
of the volumes. The following table has, however, been prepared to set
this point at rest.



Reference used

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Date and Number on Title Pages.


Date and Number on back

of original binding

oi Volume.


i


Vol. I.


1846


V


.1. I.


ii


II.


1847




II. 1846-7


iii


III.


1848




III. 1847-8


iv


IV.


1849




IV. 1848-9


V


v.


1850




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vi


VI.


1851




VI. 1850-1


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1852




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ix


IX.


1854




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1855




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1855


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xii




1856


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xiii




1857


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xiv




1858


For 1858


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1859


For 1S59


xvi




1860


For 1860


xvii


Vol. XVII.


1861


Vol. XVII. 1861


xviii




1862


For 1862


xix




1863


For 1863


XX


Vol. XX.


1864


Vol. XX. 1864


xxi


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1865


For 1865


xxii


Vol. XXII.


1866


Vol. XXII. 1866


xxiii


„ XXIII.


1867


„ XXIII. 1867


xxiv


„ XXIV.


1S68


„ XXIV. 1868


XXV


„ XXV.


1869


„ XXV. 1869


xxvi


„ XXVI.


1870


„ XXVI. 1870


xxvii


Two titles. Vol. XXVII.


1871


.. XXVII. 1871


xxviii


„ XXVIII.


1872


..XXVIII. 1872


xxix


„ XXIX.


1873


.. XXIX. 1873


XXX


XXX.


1874


„ XXX. 1874



It now becomes my pleasing duty to lay before the Council the
results of nearly twelve months' work, carried on at every convenient
moment, and I hope that it will prove of great use not only to the
fortunate possessors of the series of Journals, but also to the students at
huge whose researches carry them into the domain of British Arelnvolo^v.

W. DE GRAY BIRCH.






INDEX.



A.



ABACUS, T. Wright on the, ii, 64

table of the (two engravings), ii, 67

the Boethian (engr.), ii, 69

Abberley Hill, vide Joyce, Rev. J. W.
Abbeville, flint implements found at, xxii,

155
Abbotsbury, Dorset, visit to, and historical
description of the Abbey and buildings,
xxviii, 104-9

the Abbey barn at (engr.), xxviii, 108

Abbot's Langley, Herts., birthplace of
Pope Adrian IV at, xxvi, 29

visit of the Congress to, xxvi, 384

Abbott's Ann, iron candelabrum, discovered

on the site of a Roman villa at, xxv, 55

Abercorn, monastery at, in the time of

Beda, xxiv, 378
Aberdaron Church, state of, xxiv, 288
Aberdeenshire, vitrified font in, ii, 276

stone implements from, exhibited,

xvii, 74
Aberford Bridge, repair of, xxii, 410
Abergavenny, seal of (engr.), xiv, 57 ;

sepulchral remains at, iv, 313
Abergele, Denbighshire, sepulchral crosses
at, xxi, 77

v. Blight, J. T.

Abingdon, mediaeval pottery found in, iv,

382 ; silver seal found at, v, 359
Absalom, son of David, signaeulum of,

found in London, xxiv, 223
Abthorpe, Roman remains near, iv, 396
Abury, notes on, xxix, 170 ; xxx, 61-66
Abyssinia, exhibition of relics from, xxv,

71-73
Abyssinian charm exhibited, xxii, 453

rolls, two, on vellum, xxv, 73

Ach-na-goul, monolith found at, and tu-
mulus at, xxix, 36
Acklaud (Sir Peregrine P.F.P.), xxviii, 312
Ada-Maya, Hindoo goddess (engr.), x, 341
Adams (G. Q.) exhibits a Roman cequi-
pondium, xv, 287 ; exhibits a statue of
Jupiter, xv, 287; exhibits a large bom-
bard, xv, 342; exhibits head of a demi-
lance, xv, 345; exlubits brass medal of
the seven Bishops, xv, 351 ; exhibits a
Sphinx couchant, xviii, 383 ; exhibits a
carving of St. George and the Dragon,
xviii, 383 ; remarks on a marble head



from Alexandria, xxiv, 68 ; remarks on
the hand of a bronze statue from Grace-
church Street, xxiv, 78 ; remarks on the
genuineness of a Roman bust, xxiv, 292 ;
remarks by, upon copy of window in
Coombs Church, xxv, 69 ; paper by, on
bronzes, xxv, 145-48; exhibits bronze
statuettes, xxv, 169 ; remarks on a bronze
statue from Wapping, xxvi, 244 ; ex-
hibits a boxwood carving of St. Sebas-
tian's martyrdom, xxvi, 252
Adams (H.G.), on Rochester Bridge, ix, 348-
57

(H.), obituary notice of, ix, 103

(Rev. John), on the Roman station

of Spina, xvi, 70-73 ; account of the
opening of a barrow at Great Shefford,
xxii, 448
Addington, Great, co. Northt., the real ro-
mance of the tombs there, 1847, iii, 361
Addison, use of fans according to " The

Spectator", xxvi, 211
Ade (Charles), on a gold British and a
gold Roman coin found at Alfreston
and Gaisford, ii, 344 ; on Roman urns
at Seaford in Sussex, iii, 249 ; on the
apparent remains of a Roman Road
leading from Pevensey to Lewes, vi, 91 ;
obituary notice of, xv, 173
Ade (George), moves the thanks of the
Association to Sir C. H. R. Boughtou
for his presidency, xxiv, 1S2
Adel, excursion to, xx, 60 ; remarks on
the church, xx, 60 ; sculptured founda-
tion-stone of, xx, 347
Adey (Rev. \V. F.), remarks by, on Mark-

yate Cell, xxvi, 174
Admiralty, armerie, and mint, officers of,

in the seventeenth century, xxi, 151
Adnam (Mr.), exhibits a photograph of a
Roman urn found near Aldermaston,
xvi, 324
Adrian IV (Pope), birth of, at Abbots

Langley, xxvi, 29
Advocates, proceedings regarding the ad-
mission of, in the Court of Arches, in
1678, xiv, 339, 340
Adze of stone from the I'Vejee islands, iv, 1 57
Made, from Ascension Isles, ex-



hibited, xvii, 75



INDEX.



lEdes Hartwellianse, vii, 444 ; addenda to,
noticed, xx, 275-282

.iEgidius (Peter), of Antwerp ; letter con-
cerning H. Holbein, to, from Erasmus,
xxvi, 122

JElia,, a fine denarius of, exhibited, xv, 360

^Eolophiles, paper on, by Dr. W. Bell, vi,
344-346

vEquipondium, Roman, exhibited, xv, 287

JEsop, fables translated in the time of
Alfred the Great and Edward the Con-
fessor, xxiii, 136

iEthelheard, unpublished variety of the
penny of, i, 149

Affeeror, account of the officer so called,
xxviii, 35

Affinity, irregularity of the mediaeval
terms of, xxviii, 122

Affleck (Sir Gilbert) ; letters, xxi, 13

Africa, on longevity in ancient, xxv, 61-66

African Fetish, an, xxiv, 273

silver ring, xiii, 312

weapons, xiv, 276

Agglestone, or Egglestone, paper on, by T.
B. Groves, xxviii, 222-3

Aglet and aglet-hole piercers, on, by Mr.
H. Syer Cuming, xiv, 262-266 ; exhibi-
ted by Mr. Syer Cuming, Mr. Sadd, and
Mr. Blakeley, xiv, 279

Aglets and aglet-hole piercers (engr.), xiv,
263

" Agnus Dei" box (engr.), xviii, 396 ; jet-
tons with, xx, 274 ; specimens of (engr.),
x, 352 ; Reliquary, xviii, 396 ; on an
enamelled stud of the 14th or 15th cen-
tury, with an Agnus, ii, 191

Agrigentum, in Sicily, on the antiquities
of, ii, 359 ; tetina exhumed at, in 1809,
xxvi, 110

Agrippa (Marcus), coin of (engr.), vii, 121

Ainslie (C), exhibits various arms found
in the Thames, vi, 149-150 ; some pot-
tery found in London, ix, 74-75 ; an
iron padlock, found in Fleet ditch, xiii,
224 ; an ancient glass and Samian ware,
found in Tower Street, xiii, 236 ; bottles
from Cannon Street, xiii, 236 ; a gold
British coin found in the Thames, xiii,
236 ; Saxon pennies, found in Cornhill,
xiii, 236-237 ; jetton of brass, found in
the Thames, xiii, 237 ; umbo of a High-
land target, found in the Thames, xiii,
314; large drinking goblets, found in
Cannon Street, xiii, 315 ; two gold
Celtic coins, xiii, 334 ; several keys,
found in the Thames, xiii, 335 ; rapier,
found at Louth, xiii, 335 ; the key car-
ried by Lord Rochester, xiii, 352 ; an-
cient British coins, xiv, 346 ; a ckaract
fermail found in the Thames, xv, 266 ;
exhibits spur of the time of Richard II,
xv, 267 ; antiquities from the Thames,
xvii, 225 ; glass found in excavating for
the Houses of Parliament, xvii, 235 ; a
sovereign of Elizabeth, xviii, 264 ; a
crown piece of James I, xviii, 280 ; a



delicate gold ring, xviii, 284 ; a cast
from a supposed amulet, xix, 58 ; ex-
hibits an iron arrow-head found in the
Thames, xix, 58 ; antiquities exhibited
by, xx, 80-81 ; obituary notice of, xx,
169-171

Ainsworth (Harrison), xxix, 23 ; reads de-
scriptive passages relating to Boscobel,
221-222

Aix-la-Chapelle, altar railing at, viii, 150

Akerman (J. Y.), remarks on gold British
coins found at Whaddon Chase, v, 156

Alabaster statue, exhibited, ix, 196

painting on, exhibited, xviii, 285

tombs at Elford, xxix, 116-117

Alabastra, notes on, by H. S. Cuming, xxx,
205-207

Alabastron, exhibited, xxx, 205

Alan, Earl of Brittany, xxviii, 139

Alauna of the Dobuni, xxix, 38, 39, 42

v. Gerville, M. de

v. Valognes

Alban, St., tomb of, opened in 429, by
Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre, xxiv, 366 ;
history of his relics, by G. M. Hills,
xxvi, 101 ; account of, xxvi, 314-16 ; re-
moval of his bones in 1041 to Ely, xxvi,
318-21 ; opening, in 1129, of his tomb,
xxvi, 322-23 ; discovery in 1256 of his
relics, xxvi, 326-27

v. St Alban's

Albemarle (The Earl of), speech of, upon
opening the Norfolk Congress, xiv, 63-64

Albemarle (Lords of), xxx, 121, etc.

v. Aumale

Albini, Family of, Earls of Arundel, ac-
count of, xxiii, 25-29

(Hugh de), Earl of Sussex, account

of, xxiii, 29

(William de), Earl of Arundel, le-



gendary origin of his arms, xxiii, 26
- (William de), xxviii, 137
(Nigel de), confirmation of a grant



by, xxix, 261
Albrighton, Church and its Monuments,
visited, xvii, 139 ; Mr. Planche" reads a
paper upon a tomb at, xviii, 267 ; draw-
ing of a tomb at , exhibited by Mr.
Davies, xxvii, 259 ; hounds, xxix, 24
The Archaeological Album, or Museum of
National Antiquities, by Thomas Wright,
F.S.A., Lond. 1845, 4to. i, 269
Alburia, family of, v. Poste, Rev. Beale
Albury, ivory figure found at, i, 245
Alchester, Roman patterns found at, vi,
154 ; figure in Kimmeridge shale found
at, xii, 168 ; antiquities found at, xii,
176-178 ; ironworks at, xxix, 128
Aldborough, Roman tessellated pavement
found at, iv, 401 ; observations respect-
ing, by C. M. Jessop, v, 73-7 ; Roman
pavement at, v, 80 ; excursion to, xx,
189-191 ; reception at, by Mr. Lawson,his
museum inspected, entertainment at, xx,
189 ; excursion to Boroughshire and
Aldborough, xx, 189; prints of pave-



INDEX.



S



ments at, exhibited, xx, 201 ; MSS. re-
lating to, xxi, 15; sermons at, 1697 to
1755, xxi, 15

Aldeburgh, coin found at, i, 2">7

Aldenham, Co. Herts, seat of Lord Falk-
land at, xxvi, 29

Aldermaston, painted glass ami < ither relics
in the church, viii, 362 ; remarks on,
xvi, 62-69 ; visit to the Church, xvi,
230 ; description of the monuments, ib.,
231 ; account of the House there, xvi, 95

Aldemey, Island of, antiquities of the, iii,
1-15; various antiquities of, (26 engrs.),
iii, 1-13 ; interior and chambers of a
Tumulus, near Les Rochers, Aldemey
(2 engrs.), iii, 12-13

Alderton, half-crown of Charles I. found
at, xxi, 346

Aldgate, account relating to an hour glass
at, xxix, 131

r. London.

Aldridge Hints, co. Staff., Roman earth-
works there, xxix, 53

Aldhelm, St., life and writings of, xxviii,
315-9

Aldworth Church, r. Davis, C.E.

Aleph and Tau, on the symbolical charac-
ter of, vi, 68-72

Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln, A.D. 1123-
1147, seal of, iv, 316

Alexander (Rev. D. L.), memoir of, xxv, 315

Alexandria, marble head from, xxiv, 69

Ale-yard, or long glass, drawing of one
from Warrington, exhibited, with re-
marks, by H. S. Cuming, xxviii, 174-176

Alfhere Ealdorman, xxviii, 156

Alfred, King, history of, xxix, 409-410;
Mr. Poole, on the reign of, xiii, 42-43 ;
division of England by, xxviii, 21 ;
stratagem of, for destroying the Danes,
xxvi, 27; notice of, xxviii, 317-8; v.
JEsop

Alfreston, coins found at, ii, 344 ; gold
coin found at, ii, 344

Alfriston, antiquities of toilet from, v, 359 ;
ear, nail, and tooth-pick, and tongue-
scraper found there, (engr.), v, 359

Algiers, tumuli at, xviii, 377

Alnambra, a tile from the, exhibited; Mr.
S. Cuming's observations on, vi, 83,88-90

Alice Holt Forest, pottery from, xxiii, 390

Alien Priories, see under their respective
localities

Allectus, coin of, discovered at Water-
combe House, i, 44; unique coin of,
(engr.)i, 44; coin of, probably struck to
record an advantage gained over some
of the German or Saxon pirates, i, 45 ;
coin of, from West Wittering Church,
vi, A I 2

Allen (Ralph), house of, at Bath, riii, 111 ;
remarks on his house, xiii. 144-148; his
connection with Weymouth, xxviii, 87

Allen (W. E.), exhibits a page illustrated
by Julio Clovio, the celebrated Italian
miniature painter of the renaissance,



xxiv, 173; exhibits a coin of Honorius

Found at Icklingham, xxv, 82
Aller or Oiler in Somersetshire, historical

notes concerning, xxix, 209-210
AUhallows, Honeylane, notices of, ix, 167-

171
Allies (Jabez), on a bronze female figure,

discovered in High St., Worcester, i, 48
Allington Castle, visit of the Association

to, ix, 410
Allom (T.), exhibits the butt of a large

pistol, xvi, 288; exhibits a painting of

Castles on the Bosphorus, xvi, 346
All Saints. Leicester, visited, xix, 247
Maidstone, observations on the church

of, ix, 411

Northampton, visited, xix, 230



Almanac, Illuminated, observations on,
iii, 121

a perpetual one in lead, found in the

Fleet river, xx, 198

Almondbury, visited by the Association,
xxx, 230; description of the church by
Canon Hulbert, 230 ; metrical inscri) rf [on
in the church, 231, 232 ; account of the
Castle Hill, xxx, 232, 233; earthwork
at the Castle Hill, xxx, 406-413

Almoner's Seal, xvi, 344

Aim's Basket, iv, 28

Almsboxes, illustrations and accounts of,
xxiii, 105-106 ; from Harbledown,f'en^rJ
xxiii, 105 ; from Neen Sollers, (en;jr.),
xxiii, 105 ; at Blithborough, xxiv, 286

Almsgiving dishes, vi, 87, v Offertory

Almsticket of the parish of Romsey, ii, 190

Alnewick (William), Bishop of Norwich,
signet of, xxviii, 165

Alnwick, co.Northumb., marriage of Roger
Bigot at, xxi, 101

Alonso III, King of Portugal, pedigree
of, xvi, 204

Aloysius, relic box of, xii, 239, 265

Alphabetical tile, an, vii, 432

Alston (Rev. E. C.), exhibits a silver medal
of Prince Rupert, xxv, 172 ; exhibits two
fans, xxvii, 259 ; memoir of, xxvii, 308

Altar, inscription up< >n a Phojniciau/c ngr.),
xviii, 386 ; a Greek d ngr. ), vi, S3 ; repre-
sentations of mythic personages found
upon Roman, (8tngrs.), ii, 240-244 ; in-
scription on a Roman, found at York,
(engr.), ii, 248 ; Roman, inscribed to
Mellona, (engr.), iii, 43; Roman, on the
line of Hadrian's wall, (engr.), iii, 124;
Roman, al Baton, (engr. lv,219 ; Roman,

found near Cluster in 1S49, (tmjr.), v,

225 ; Roman, Found at Worcester, vi, 81
Altar-piece, found in Ludlow Church, v,

166
Altar-candlesticks, (2 engrs.), i, 168
Altar-railing, at Aix-la-Chapelle, viii, 150
Altars, xxix, 36
Alto-relievos, in alabaster, exhibited, xx,

268-9
Alton, cinerary urn Found at, ii. 265
Barnes and Priors, churches of, xxi, ;

B



10



INDEX.



Alton Church and Castle, v. Croxden
Abbey, xxi, 299-315

Amberley Castle, co. Sussex, Heraldic
bearings on paintings found at, (engr.),
xx, 322 ; seal of Thos. de Cliinpinge
found there, xxi, 235

Amblecote, early mining at, xxix, 173

Amenti, the deities of, in wax, found in
an Egyptian Mummy, vii, 174

America, archaeology of, xvi, 298-310 ;
alleged discoveries in, xvii, 330 ; gigantic
figures there, xxviii, 69 ; remains in,
xxix, 33

American war-club exhibited, xxii, 211

■ antiquities, v. Ingall, F.L.

Amesbury, account of, by T. J. Pettigrew,
xv, 10-11 ; visit of the Association to,
xv, 192 ; the church visited, xv, 192

Amherst (Hon. Mr.), exhibits a steward's
book of rents from Knole, xii, 100

Amicia, daughter of Hugh Lupus, ballad
relating to her, v, 321

Amiel (Captain W. E.), exhibits various
coins, xiv, 287 ; obituary notice of, xxi,
247

Amiens, flint implements found at, xxii,
155

Amis (Peter), xxx, 309

Ammianus Marcellinus, his definition of
Celtic priests, xxx, 139 ; extract from,
relating to the Druids, xxx, 145-146

Amphitheatre, discovered by Sir C. Wren,
at Dorchester, xxviii, 91

Amphora, found at Colchester, (engr.), i,
238 ; tomb, at Colchester, ii, 275 ; bee-
hive-shaped, (engr.), iii, 175 ; found in
London, xxviii, 76 ; found at Wapping,
xxviii, 77 ; one exhibited, xxviii, 182

Anrpney Crucis, description of the cross
in the churchyard, xxv, 190 ; account
of, xxv, 192, 193

Ampul, (engr.), i, 169

Ampulla, on a leaden one in the Yorkshire
museum, vi, 125 (engr.), ib.

Amulet of Scandinavian workmanship, i, 64

of bone, found at Driffield, vii, 439

Amulets of the Gnostics, viii, 1

Poly cephalic, (engr.), viii, 1

Amulets, viii, 1-6 ; xvii, 59 ; of a fossil echi-
nus exhibited, xix, 58 ; H. S. Cuming on
the hand amulet, xxii, 291-95; one found
at Maiden Castle, xxvih, 44 ; notices
concerning, xxix, 27

Am well, co. Herts, on the antiquities at,
iii, 324

Anagrams, various, xxviii, 316-406

Anastasius, St., rectors of the church of,
xix, 206

Anderida, ironworks in the forest of, xxix,
127

Andirons, various, (8 engrs.), v, 391-393 ;
at Michelham Priory, Sussex, (engr.), v,
391 ; from Eastbourne, (engr.), v, 391 ;
at Busted, (engr.) v. 392 ; at Hay-
ward's Heath, (engr.), v, 392

Andover, coin found at, xi, 351 ; Roman



coins, found at, xi, 351 ; motto of the
borough of, xi, 352

Andover v. Castlefield

r. Hutchins, Rev. A. B.

Down, remains from, xxiv, 402

Andrew, a clerk, seal of, found at Win-
chester, iii, 125

Andrews (J.), exhibits antiquities found
at Silchester, xv, 357-8

Anemoscopes, paper on, by H. S. Cuming,
xxviii, 185-9

Anglesea, Roman and British articles
from, xxii, 313-16 ; stone disk found
at, xxix, 77

Angiia (East), v. Planche, J. R., Kings of,
xxi, 22

Angling, treatise on, by Dame Juliana
Berners, xxvi, 140-3

Anglo-Saxon, v. Saxon

Angus : — The Ancient Sculptured Monu-
ments of the county of Angus, including
those of Meigh, in Perthshire, and one
at Fordoun, in the Mearns, v, 105-6

Animal remains found at Maiden Castle,
xxviii, 42

Saxon spotted, (engr.), iii, 299

Annadown, Gilbert, bishop of, xxi, 300

"Annals of England," notice of, xii, 114 ;
xiii, 170

Anne of Cleves, v. Browne, Sir Anthony

Anne (Queen), medal of, by Croker, xii,
250 ; shows made by the Corporation of
Wells before her, xvi, 318-321; descrip-
tion of office used at the touching for
the "King's Evil" in the reign of, xxvii,
290-292

Annesgrove, near Cork, coins found at, ii,
268

Annesley (Hon. Mrs.), on a discovery of
silver coins in Cork, ii, 268

Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, charter
relating to, xxix, 242 ; points in the life
of, ib., 243-4

Anstruther, arms of (engr.), xiii, 119

Antedrigus, Prince of the Iceni, coins of,
xxvi, 196

Antefix, found at Chester (engr.), v, 231

Antependium, or frontal, observations on
the, vii, 164; (engr.)

Anthony, Church of, in Cornwall, brass in
memory of Margaret Arundell, lady of
East Antony, there, i, 338

Anthony (Charles), sculptor of royal seals,
letters to, from James I, 1603, xxvi,
220-21

Anthony (Redmond), on cubes of white
porcelain dug up in Ireland, i, 43 ; on a
new kind of gold ring-money, i, 310 ;
specimens of ring-money, in gold, found
in Limerick, and in Bantry, near Cork,
iii, 50

Antiphonary, illustrations from one ex-
hibited, xi, 79

Antingham, Norfolk, chs. there, xxi, 109

Antiqua Explorata, by the Hon. R. C.
Neville, 8vo., 1847, iii, 173-179



INDEX.



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Antiquarian Etching Club, publications of
the, v. 41b" ; vii, 95

intelligence, all volumes, i. — xxx.

research, on .some of the advantages

of, xix, 233-237
Antiquaries, contributions towards the
history of the Royal Society of, vii, 143-
158 ; contempt for, in the seventeenth
century, xxiii, 33

Antiquity, on the transmission of objects
of, to our times, i, 105-111

Antiquities near Ramsgate, Anglo-Saxon,
i, 242-247 ; T. Wright on recent dis-
coveries of, ii, 50 ; Saxon knives, bronze
rings, glass beads, bead of silver wire,
silver needle, bronze box and hinge, from
Derbyshire barrows (engr.J, ii, 57 ;



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