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hibited, ib., 136 ; comb, found in Somer-
setshire, xx, 329 ; instrument, found in
the moat of Desmond Castle, ib., 346 ;
implements, xxi, 361 ; spear heads
(engr.J, xxii, 88-89 ; implements, ib.,
94, 101, 316 ; found at Maiden Castle,
xxviii, 42-43, 102 ; implements found
in Scotland and Yorkshire compared
with those of Maiden Castle, ib., 43 ;
found in London, ib., 76-77 ; imple-
ments, ib., 273 ; found at Queen Vic-
toria Street excavations, ib., 393, 398-
399 ; implements, found at Brounsover,
xxix, 40 ; exhibited, ib., 71, 85, 193,
429, 433 ; animal and human, found at
Wilmcote, ib., 42 ; button waste, exhi-
bited, xxx, 72 ; waste, exhibited, ib., 79;
antiquities, ib., 91 ; implements, use of,
ib., 191 ; implement, exhibited, ib., 200 ;
relics, exhibited, ib., 338

Bones filled with lead, i, 326

Boniface (St.), order by, for the destruc-
tion of hunebeds, xxvi, 58

Bonner's Fields, jugs found in, vii, 170

Book of Offices, illuminated, exhibited,
xxviii, 364

Books and libraries of olden times, xxii,
412

Bookbinder's stamp, a.d. 1525, exhibited,
xx, 331

Bookbinding, specimens of, exhibited, xx,
338-339

Book-chain, exhibited, xxx, 72

Book-cover, enamelled, 12th century, vi,
154

v. Isaacs, G.

Booth (Charles), Bishop of Hereford, adds
an outer porch to the Cathedral, xxvii,
79-80



INDEX.



27



Booth (Edwin), a celebrated potter, xxix,
181

(Rev. L. C), obituary notice of, xi,

160

Booth Hall, Gloucestershire, threatened de-
molition of, ii, 362 ; its condition, ib.,
387

Bootham, antiquities from, viii, 160

Boots, hobnailed soles of, exhibited, xxix,
184

Borachio and leather bottle, paper on the,
xvii, 273-278; borachios (engr.), ib., 276;
xviii, 380

Borde (Andrew), of Pevensey, extract
from his "Wise Men of Gotham," on
building a hall, xxiv, 357

Bordello, pass ticket to a, exhibited, xxiv,
176

Borgia v. Caesar Borgia

Borieu (Dean), effigy of, in Hereford Ca-
thedral, xxvii, 196

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

Boroughbridge, excursion to, xx, 189

Borough- English, customs of, in Hastings,
xxiii, 55 ; and in Mayfield, co. Sussex,
ib., 343

Borough Hill, site of, at Daventry, xxix,
38

Borrow (Mr.), on Druidical monuments in
Spain, xxi, 2

Borrowash, Roman remains at, vii, 362-
363

v. Briggs, J. J.

Boscobel, Royal Oak and White Ladies of,
paper on, xvii, 50-53 ; xxvi, 82 ; House,
xxix, 23-24 ; visit of the Congress to,
ib., 221 ; descriptive reading by H.
Ainsworth, ib., 221-222

Bosham, Sussex, monastery at, in Beda's
time, xxiv, 366

Bosisio, discovery of paalstab and flint
arrow-heads at, xiv, 89

Bosmere and Claydon hundred, co. Suff.,
subsidies in 1557 to 1629, xxi, 14 ;
hundred of, ib., 17

Bosphorus, painting of castles of, exhi-
bited, xiv, 346

Boss of a shield, and spur, found in Fen-
church Street (2 engrs.), i, 311 ; of
Anglo-Saxon shields (2 engrs.), iv, 52 ;
sculptured, at Bel voir Castle, vi, 87 ; at
Belvoir Castle (engr.), ib., 97 ; carved,
from St. Bartholomew the Great, ib.,
441 ; found in the bed of the river Fleet,
xviii, 375

Bossington, gold ring found at, i, 341

Boston (Lord), exhibits a shoe-horn of the
period of Queen Elizabeth, xviii, 375 ;
a remarkable leathern bottle, remarks
on the same, ib., 381 ; an alto-relievo
gypseous alabaster of French workman-
ship, xx, 268-269 ; a trinket representing
the "Knot of Savoy," ib., :'>■_'''>; ;i trinket
of some order of knighthood, to., 338 ;
Stuart memorials, ib., 340-342 ; minia-
ture of the Duke of Berwick, ib., 342 ;



a portrait of Henrietta Maria, xx. 357 ;
broadside panegyric on William III, ib.,
361 ; a 15th century metal coffer, x\i,
77 ; purses of the Stuart period, ib., 86 ;
purses, ib., 86-87 ; carved crutch han-
dles of walking-sticks, ib., 236 ; jewels,
etc., ib., 237, 350, 354-355 ; fruit stones,
ib., 363 ; exhibits Roman and British
antiquities from Auglesea, xxii, 313-31 6 ;
exhibitions by, of various antiquities,
ib., 336 ; exhibits a crystal hand-amulet,
ib., 345 ; carving from Egypt, ib., 444 ;
a fragment of a Roman statuette, xxiii,
89 ; transmits for exhibition a frontal
for a horse's head, ib., 206 ; exhibits a
German misericorde, 16th century, and
a buckhorn bust of Count Catzenelen-
bogen, ib., 289 ; transmits a bust of the
Emperor Joseph II, xxiv, 67 ; exhibits
the breastplate of a Mameluke's horse,
ib.. 73 ; an Eastern money-charm against
cramp, ib., 287 ; a brass badge, worn by
a garde-de-chasse of Soignies Forest,
near Waterloo, ib., 392 ; transmits a
miniature portrait of the Duchess of
Bolton, xxv, 166 ; transmits two foreign
seals, ib., 172-173 ; memoir of, xxvi,
269
Boston, Roman coins found at, v, 89
Boswell (T. A.), obituary notice of, ix,

103
Bosworth, visit by the Association to, and
description of the Ch., xix, 112 ; the
field of, visited, ib., 54, 113
Botereaux (William de), seal of (engr.),

vi, 309
Botfield (Beriah), reply of, to the address
of the Mayor and Corporation of Shrews-
bury, xvii, 41 ; inaugural address of, at
the Shrewsbury Congress, ib., 42 ; re-
ception by, at Dekker Hill, ib., 150 ; ad-
dress at the conclusion of the Congress,
ib., 220-222 ; obituary notice of, xx,
172-178
Botley, flint celt found at, xx, 201
Bottcher ware, H. S. Cuming on, xxi, 229
Bottle, Roman glass (engr.), i, 52 ; leathern
(engr.), xviii, 381 ; early feeding bot-
tles (engr.), xxvi, 110 ; glass, exhibited,
xxviii, 273, 398 ; objects in, exhibited
and described, xxix, 87-89 ; German,
exhibited, ib., 194 ; Egyptian, for water,
exhibited, xxx, 79

v. Glass

Boucher de Perthes (M.), xxii, 155
Boughton (Sir C. H. R.), delivers an ad-
dress, as President of the Congress, at
Ludlow, xxiv, 90-97

(Robert), of Sheffield, his tokens,

1663 and 1668, xxx, 30
Boughton Ch., Northampton (engr.), v, 385
Boulogne, gold coins, thin metal dishes,
and other antiquities, found at, iii. 125;
gold coin found at. v. 154 ; coast of,
xxiii. 36 : various antiquities oi
Stubbs, Mr.



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INDEX.



Boulton Bridge, repaired, xxii, 410
Boulton (Matthew), his steel works, xxix,

178 ; copper-moneyer, xxx, 29
Bourne Park, near Canterbury, Roman
antiquities found at, iii, 47 ; earthen
vessel found at, iii, 48

river, stream of the, xxiii, 35

Boutell (Rev. C), on the tombs and monu-
mental sculpture in Hereford Cathedral,
xxvii, 191-198 ; remarks by, on the
tombs in Stretford Ch., ib., 395 ; on a
monument in the chancel of Dilwyn
Ch., ib., 396 ; on monumental slab in
Dilwyn Ch., ib. ; monuments in Weobley
Ch., ib., 397
Bow, sepulchral slab found at, xviii, 267
Bow, Homeric (engr.J, iii, 24 ; Anglo-
Saxon bow-braces and knife (2> engrs. J,
ib., 237
Bowcombe Down, excavations at, xi, 34-
40 ; Anglo-Saxon barrow at, examined,
xvi, 254-261
Bowls, two ornamental Samian (2 engrs.),
i, 313 ; Samian bowls (engr.J, iii, 176-
178 ; Roman (engr.J, iv, 3 ; ancient
drinking (engr.J, viii, 370 ; drinking
bowl of the time of Henry VII, exhi-
bited, ib. ; remarks on a bowl of turbo
shell, xiv, 344-345
Bowles (Jane), monument of, xxix, 295

(Rev. J.), letter to Mr. Cuming on

Stanton-Lacy Ch., xxiii, 287
Bowness on an entrenchment near, vi,

149
Bowring (Edgar), obituary notice of, xxx,

355
Box, Roman villa at, xvi, 340-342
Box, in cuir bouilli, in the York Museum
(2 engrs. J, iii, 123 ; box of the time of
Elizabeth, exhibited, viii, 151 ; ena-
melled box (engr.J, 397 ; engraved silver
box, exhibited, xx, 347 ; ancient money-
box of the Company of Stitchmen of
Ludlow (engr.J, xxiv, 332
Boxley Abbey, visit to, by the Association,
ix, 410

Ch., visit to, ix, 410 ; the Rood of

Grace at, ib.
Boy-Bishop, extracts relating to, from the
Winchester documents, ix, 445-446 ; J.
R. Planch^, on the effigy of a, in Salis-
bury Cathedral, xv, 121-124
Boyson (Ambrose P.), exhibits a caltrop,
xiv, 278 ; Mr. Cuming's remarks on, ib.;
exhibits an iron spur-rowel, temp. Ric.
II, ib., 279 ; two ancient gold British
coins, xvii, 68-69 ; memoir of, xxv,
313
Bracebridge (Mr.), v. Warwick
Bracelet, of silver, found at Rathmines, in
Ireland, xvii, 335 ; of bronze, exhibited,
xxix, 85
Brackenbury Tower, built by a member of

the Brackenbury family, xxii, 115
Bracket, Early English, in Ashburne Ch.
(engr.J, vii, 341



Bracklesham, Prebendaries of, xxii, 129
Braclesham Bay, Hants, coin found at, iii,

61
Bracteate coins (engr.J, xx, 254
Bracteates, of silver, exhibited, xix, 131 ;

exhibited by Mrs. Kerr, xx, 253
Bradbury (C), exhibits a Sassanian gem,

xi, 152
Bradefelde (Galfridus de), xxx, 309
Bradfield (W. B.), on a chalk grave at

Winchester, i, 141 ; decease of, ii, 374
Bradfield, earthwork at the Bailey Hill
(engr.J, xxx, 344, 406-413 ; the Ch. and
earthworks, notes concerning, ib., 458

House, visit to, by the Association,

xviii, 247 ; paper upon, by Mr. Hay-
ward, ib., 248-252
Bradford-on-Avon Ch, Wilts, ancient
monumental remains at, xxi, 192 ; effigy
and carving at, ib., 237 ; description of
the Ch., ib., 354 ; antiquities in the
Ch. of, xxii, 160 ; its monastery, carved
work at, ib., 165 ; remarks on stone
coffin discovered at, xxvi, 254-255
Bradgate, remarks on, xix, 48
Bradgate Park, v. Roberts, E.
Bradley, deed relating to, xxix, 367-368
Brady (John), verses by, xxi, 12
Bragge (William), F.S.A., exhibits illu-
minated MSS. to the Association, xxx,
458 ; description of them, by W. de G.
Birch, ib., 458-466
Brailes, mound at, xxix, 38
Bramber, v. Planche", J. R.
Brarndean, wall paintings in. Ch. (engr.J,

viii, 155
Bramfield, destruction of brasses at, xxx,
74-75, n. ; armour stolen from, ib.,
75, n.
Bramford, monkey chained to a rock, on
the battlements of the Ch. there, i,
144
Brampton Abbotts, brass of John Rudhale
at, xxvii, 198

moated enclosures at the Old Hall,

xxi, 144-156
Brampton, v. Playce, R.
Brancepeth, co. Durham, the Constable of
the Tower at the Castle of, xxii, 234-
235 ; Ch., described by L. H. Fowler,
ib., 272-279, 302 ; screen and woodwork
at, effigies, elaborate oak chest, etc., ib.,
277 ; Ch. (engr.J, ib., 272 ; Ch. chest at,
xxviii, 227
Brand (T.), memoir of, xxvi, 268
Brandenburg House, Hammersmith, car-
ving from, xxi, 235
Brandeston, coins found at, x, 90 ; token
found at, xi, 347 ; account of the Hall,
xxi, 9-12 ; MSS. relating to, ib., 15 ;
armour at, xxx, 78
Brand-irons, Roman (engr.J, xix, 128 ;

remarks on, ib., 127-129
Brandon (Raphael), on St. Martin's Ch.,
Leicester, xix, 113 ; on the timber roofs
of churches in Suffolk, xxi, 176



INDEX.



29



Brandon, co. Suffolk, MSS. relating to, xxi,

15
Branks, or scold's bridle, account of its
use, xxiv, 304-305 ; paper on, by H. S.
Cuming, ib., 173 ; (tmgr.), xxv, 175
Brannon (P.), describes Netley Abbey, xi,
340 ; communication relative to a
threatened demolition of some ancient
remains at Southampton, ib., 348
Bransby (W. B.), verses by, xxi, 12
Brass antiquities, monuments, etc. : —
Brasses by Messrs. Waller, laid down in
Michael Dean Ch, i, 43 ; monument of
a priest, copied from a monument at
Dieppe of the date of 1477, ib., 44 ;
sepulchral brass, in Arreton Ch., Isle of
Wight, ib., 54 ; sepulchral brass, in the
Ch. of Yealmpton, ib., 55 ; destruction
of, ib. ; brass of Sir J. Crocker, ib.,
monument discovered at St. Olave, ib.,
58 ; sepulchral brass of a knight and
lady of theNorthwood family, in Minster
Ch., Isle of Sheppy, ib., 310 ; on a cir-
cular plate of brass found in the city,
ib., 366 ; stud found in Friday Street,
ib. ; brass of Peter de Lacy, ib., 337 ;
celt found near Newbury, ib. ; on the
matrices of brasses in churches of the
fourteenth century, ib., 339 ; rubbings
collected by Sir Thomas Marrable, ii,
191 ; palimpsest brass, at Cobham, ib.,
200 ; brass of D. T. Barwick, ib., 347 ;
seal of the time of Edw. Ill, ib., 363 ;
ring and buckle, found at London Bridge,
hi, 54 ; a series of monumental brasses.
from Edw. I to Elizabeth, by J. G. and
L. A. B. Waller, iv, 88 ; mortar, from
Yarmouth, of the date of 1554, v, 163 ;
plate, of the 12th or 13th century, ib. ;
of the Mewys family, ib., 346 ; various, I
exhibited by Mr. Griffith, vii, 165 ; ob- |
servations on, by Mr. Reed, ib., 345- '
348 ; snuffers and tongs, exhibited by
Mr. Ross, i'6.,438 ; rubbings from brasses
in the churches of the City of London,
ib., 443 ; of Berkshire, viii, 58-62 ; ob-
servations on, by F. A. Carrington, ib.,
154 ; seal, ib. ; of a sergeant-at-arms,
ib., 360 ; rubbings of military, ib., 367 ;
monument discovered at Newark, ix,
191 ; monument discovered at Don-
nington, ib., 198 ; rubbings from, at
Chinnor, ib., 201 ; at Cobham Ch., ib.,
400 ; of various kinds, exhibited by
T. Gunston, ib., 401-405; in Essex and
Bucks, x, 97-98 ; in Easton Ch., ib.,
179 ; rubbings from, various, ib., 184-
185; interesting monuments, exhibited,
ib., 383-385 ; brasses in Ireland, ib., 384 ;
rubbings from, exhibited, xi, 264 ; brass
of Anne Tycheborne, xii, 7l' : brasses in
Heme Ch., ib., 80-83 ; rubbings, from
Kent, xiii, 241 ; in the Ch. of Bodiain,
ib. ; rubbings, relating to the Lee family.
in Bucks, ib., 351-352 ; brass pendants
found in the Thames, xx, 264 ; remark-



able palimpsest, xxi, 193 ; in Essex,
xxii, 350 ; on a collection of rubbings
of sepulchral brasses, exhibited at Lud-
low Congress, 1867, xxiv, 382-387 ; of
the Cathedral and County of Herefonl,
paper on, by the Rev. H. Haines, xxvii,
85-99, 198-203, 541 ; of a civilian,
Hereford Cathedral (enyr.J, ib., 91 ; of
Canons Rudhale, Downe, and Porter
(enyr.), ib., 92 ; brass of John Aubrey
and wife (enyr.), ib., 198 ; brasses at
Letheringham, xxx, 74 ; destruction of,
■ib. et seq. ; wire, and other objects, ex-
hibited, ib., 87 ; at Mendlesham. ib., 92-
93

v. Anthony

v. Bagott, Sir William

v. Brews, Wm. de

v. Bridger, C.

v. Bullayne, Henry

v. Camoys, Margarete de

v. Cod, Thomas

v. Combs, A.

v. Corner, C. C.

v . Griffith, T. H.

v. King, W. W.

v. Master, Rev. G. S.

v. Neloud, Thomas

v. Orgon, John

r. Peacock, John

v. Ratcliff, Sir John

v. Arreton

v. Bexley

r. Brightlingsea

v. Easton

v. Hadleigh

v. Hempstead

v. Minster

v. Northfleet

v. Prestwich

v. Stoke Charity

v. South Petherton

v. Yealmpton

Brassington, antiquities found at, vii, 330
Braithwait ( — ), notice of his "Remains of

W. Kemp," xxvi, 120-121
Bravender (J.), tesselated pavement found

in his garden, xxv, 177
Bray, rubbing of a brass, of the daughter

of Sir Edmond, xi, 264
Braybrooke (Lord), obituary notice of,

xviii, 352-355 ; letters, xxi, 13
Brayley (E. W.), obituary notice of, xi,

160-162
Brazil, stone club from, xxiv, 66
Breach Downs, co. Kent, Saxon pin of
bronze from, i, 316 ; bronze figure found
on, iii, 346
Breamish, river, xxix, 30
Brecon, Major Davis, on the mins of the
Priory, ii, 47, 96 ; rare Roman coins
found near, x, 385
Brede Manor, /•. Hastings
Bredon, co. Worcester, Romano-Brit i>h
remains found at. xv. 337-338; vi>it to,
by the Association, xix. 118; remarks



30



INDEX.



on, ib. ; monastery at, in Beda's time,
xxiv, 368

Breniule, Battle of, xxix, 62

Brent (John), F.S.A., on a brass seal found
near the Reculvers, ii, 342 ; account of
a semi- circular arch discovered in the
old city wall, Canterbury, ib., 338 ;
exhibits a medieval key, vi, 450 ; paper
by, on the guilds and fraternities of
Canterbury, ix, 415-423 ; exhibits a key
found at Canterbury, ib., 440 ; a grant
of arms to Thos. Honeywood, x, 90 ; on
a Runic cross, x, 99 ; on the sepulchral
slab of Peter de Creone, ib., 99 ; on
Canterbury in the olden times, xii, 35 ;
exhibits Roman antiquities found at
Canterbury, ib., 73 ; on scribes and no-
taries, xiii, 59-68 ; on the light litera-
ture of olden times, Mary of Normandy,
ib., 348-351 ; exhibits drawing of a dole-
bag, called Cromwell's purse, xv, 359 ;
on Roman remains discovered at Can-
terbury, xvii, 59 ; exhibits antiquities
found near Canterbury, xviii, 272

Brent (Cecil), F.S.A., exhibits a leaden
token found near Canterbury, x, 107 ;
on a bronze Roman eagle, ib., 375 ; ex-
hibits oak carving found at Canterbury,
xi, 65 ; two Roman vessels found at
Canterbury, ib., 255 ; a miniature of
the wife of Cortez, by Velasquez, xii,
159 ; iron key and Roman coins found
at Canterbuiy, xv, 359 ; rare specimens
of fibula, xvi, 324 ; Roman pottery
found off Whitstable, xvii, 328 ; Celtic
spear-head found in Kent, ib., 334 ;
gold finger-ring with miniature of Car.
II, ib., 337 ; miniature of the young
Pretender, ib. ; on antiquities found in
Kent, xviii, 396 ; exhibits antiquities
from Canterbury, xx, 68 ; bone pins and
other antiquities from the Steelyard, ib.,
257-263 ; bronze figure of a priestess
found in Moorfields, ib., 273 ; pewter
objects from the Steelyard, ib., 343 ;
dagger, temp. Elizabeth, ib., 345 ; bone
antiquities, xxii, 101 ; an early leaden
crucifix, ib., 104 ; a British urn, 107-
241 ; objects of cast pewter, xxiii, 87 ;
a Roman flower-vase, ib., 91 ; a silver
rosary ring, ib., 104 ; a cross- tau, ib.,
110 ; the scale of a German money
balance, ib., 205 ; calls attention to for-
geries, in lead, of pilgrims' signs, xxiv,
63 ; exhibits two Abyssinian rolls on
vellum, xxv, 73 ; early tetinae, xxvi,
239 ; a copper plate of Car. II, ib., 246;
an iron spur of the 17th century, ib.,
379 ; remarks on tetinae from Canter-
bury, xxvi, 111; exhibits handle of Greek
amphora, xxvii, 375 ; Greek terra-
cotta head, xxviii, 189 ; antiquities
found in London and Pompeii, xxix,
85-86 ; exhibits various antiquities from
excavations in Queen Victoria Street
and Blackfriars, xxx, 87



Brentwood, seal of the Grammar School

of, xii, 146
Brereton (Sir William), xxix, 24
Brest, coins found near, vi, 147-148
Bret, al. Brito (Walter), note concerning

him, xxix, 370
Breton (Robert le), Seneschal of Hallam-

shire, xxx, 241
Brett, or Brettenham, Stream, xxi, 11
Brevere (Drogo de), account of, from the

Domesday, xxx, 121-123
Breviary, illuminated, of the 14th century,

viii, 141
Brewer (T.), on the Guildhall of the City

of London, viii, 83-94 ; on the antiquity

of marking and stamping weights and

measures, ib., 309, 322
Brewin (W.), reads an account of the ex-
cursion from Cirencester to Bath, xxv,

408-411
Brewing, early, in Staffordshire, xxix,

180
Brewood, xxix, 23 ; visit of the Congress

to, description of the Ch., ib., 220-221 ;

and of the tombs, ib., 221 ; Black Ladies

of, ib., 356
Brews (William de), and his wife, brasses

of, in Tressingfield Ch., Suffolk, 1489,

ii, 205
Brewster, arms of, etc., xxx, 332
■ (Rev. E. J.), on the cross in Ampney

Crucis churchyard, xxv, 190
Bricasard (Ranulf de), alias De Meschin,

xxviii, 114
Bricet Ch., sun-dial at, xxix, 281
Brick arch, forming a gateway, vii, 431 ;

use of hollow bricks and vessels in

buildings, xvi, 359-363 ; average weight

of bricks, xxiv, 212-213 ; Chinese, xxi,

236 ; xxx, 196
Bricknogging in Norfolk (engr.), vii, 97
Bridewell, discovery of a vault or dungeon

belonging to the old palace of, ii, 341 ;

seal found at the palace, xxx, 200
Bridge-builders, mediaeval, a word on, i,

197-199
Bridgeman (Honourable and Rev. G. 0.),

speech at the Shrewsbury Congress,

xxii, 43
Bridger (C), exhibits Saxon remains found

at Mitcham, vii, 442 ; rubbings of brasses

from the City of London, ib., 443 ; on

a brass representing a sergeant-at-arms,

viii, 360
Bridger (Edw.) obituary of, hi, 136-142
Bridges repaired, xxii, 410
Bridgnorth, visit of the Congress to, xxix,

230 ; description by Mr. Ward of the

Castle and churches, ib., 230-231
Bridgwater, on the archives of, by W. H.

Black, xhi, 68-70 ; tokens of, ib., 225-

226 ; ring found at, ib., 248

v. Somersetshire Congress

Bridlington, curious monumental slab in

Ch., (enr/rj, i, 324 ; ii, 98 ; flint imple-
ments found at, xviii, 377



[NDEX.



31



Bridport, description of the "Dome Book",
xxviii, 29 ; book of fraternities there,
described, ib., 30; Ch. accounts, 1056, ib.,
31

Bridson (P.), communicates memoranda
relating to Thomas Burton, Bishop of
Sodor and Man, xviii, 287

Brigantes, earthworks of the, xxx, 406-
413

Briggs (J. J.), exhibits coins found in
Leicestershire and Derbyshire, vii, 178 ;
on the antiquities of Melbourne, ib.,
354-358 ; on Roman remains at Bor-
rowash, ib., 362-363 ; presents an en-
caustic alphabetical tile, ib., 432 ; ex-
hibits a coittcau de chasse found at
Coleorton Moor, viii, 64 ; notes on St.
Bride's, in Derbyshire, ib., 152 ; on
Roman remains found near Dover, ib.,
361 ; on the discovery of Romano-British
remains at Bredon, xv, 337-338 ; on a
stone vessel found at Melbourne, ib.,
339 ; on a mural painting in Melbourne
Ch., xvi, 286-287 ; on antiquities dis-
covered at Sysonby, ib., 311

(Sir Thos. Graham), letter respecting



Indian celts, xxviii, 73

Brighouse (Mr.), exhibits Italian and Peru-
vian pottery, etc., xxii, 305

Bright (J.), Sheffield token of, xxx, 35

(Robert), of Sheffield, his token, 1664,

xxx, 30

(Stephen), of Sheffield, his token,

1667. ib.

Brightlesea, Saxon rings and bracelets
found at, xxi, 344

Brightlingsea, monumental brass stolen
from the Ch. of, i, 43

Brighton, ancient torque, found at (engr.J,
i, 148 ; museum at, xxix, 36

Brightstone Down, excavations at, xi, 34-
40

Brimham Rocks (engr.J, i, 85

Briinpton, remarks on the Ch. and Chapel,
xvi, 89

Brimsfield, xxix, 64

Brinavis, Roman remains found at, v, 82-
85 ; Roman building found at, ib., 84 ;
Roman building, plan of the, by Sir
Henry Dryden, Bart. (engr.J, ib., 84,
168 ; site of, xxix, 38

Brinklow, entrenchment at, xxix. 39, 40,
42

Bristol (Elias de), xxix, 334

Bristol, bell found at, ii, 199 ; Roman
coins found near, ib., ■ 271 ; brazen
columns in front of the Exchange at,
xiv, 340, 341 ; columns at (engr. ). ib.,
340 ; xv, 268, 275, 276 ; tokens of, xxx,
27 ; announcement of Congress at, il>..
194 ; summary of the proceedings at tin-
Congress, 445-448

" Britannia Autiqua", by Rev. B. Poste,
notice of, xiii, 165-167

Britannia Secunda, map of (engr.J, xxiv,
109 ; v. Wales



III it lord, Ch. visited l>y the Association,
xv, 199 ; on the monument in the Ch.,
ib., 201
Brithric, the Saxon, story of, xxv, 34, 35
British Antiquities and History : — Rude
British coin (engr.J, i, 261 ; on the
coins of the Ancient Britons, ii, 11 ;
iii, 33-42 ; unpublished coins found at
Colchester (engr.), ii, 190 ; Rev. J. S.
Henslow on cinerary urns found near
Derby, ib., 60 ; gold coins discovered at
E i -t bourne, ib., 98 ; in Cambridgeshire,
ib., 189 ; at Alfreston, ib., 344 ; in Herts,
ii, 347 ; and Saxon coins, found at Chip-
ping "Warden, ib., 100; and Cufic coins
found at Eastbourne, ib., 187 ; early
villages of Britain, ib., 390 ; brass coin
found at Colchester, ib., 190 ; coins in
gold and silver found in Dorsetshire and
Wiltshire, ib., 336 ; collection of Roman
and Saxon weapons, ib., 293 ; coins of
ancient Britons (3 engrs.J, iii, 313, 314 ;
gold coin found near Billericay, iv, 74 ;
ancient British sword found at Tiverton,
ib., 147 ; remains found at Marham,
Franscham, &c, ib., 153 ; bronze shield
found at Burringharn Common, ib., 395 ;
remarks on coins, reading "Solidv", or
" Solido", v, 89 ; coins, unpublished,
now in Mr. Drummond's collection, ib.,
157 ; coins, in Mr. Rolfe's collection at
Sandwich, ib., 158 ; coins, ascribed to
Caractacus, ib., 374-375 ; ancient coins
(engrs.J, vi, 16-29 ; Dr. Bell on coins
with the head of Janus, ib., 30-51 ; re-
cent discoveries relating to ancient
chariots, ib., 252-255 ; on the pre-his-
toric history of, vii, 132-140 ; remarks
on British and Roman urns, ix, 184-188;
gold corslet, found in Flintshire, ib., 191 ;
coins, exhibited, ib., 197 ; chronology
and geography of the wars between the
Anglo-Saxons of Northumberland and
the Northern Britons, x, 94-97 ; gold
coin discovered at Chepstow (engr.J, ib.,
224 ; swords found in Lincolnshire, xi,
263 ; ancient coins exhibited, xiv, 346;
remains of a camp near Bangor, xv, 36(1-
361 ; on remains in England, xvi, 101-
132 ; antiquities exhibited by Dr. Ken-
drick, ib., 295 ; Sir J. G. Wilkinson on
ancient walls, xvii, 1-8 ; ancient walls
(engr.J, ib., 2 ; ancient gold coins, ex-
hibited, ib., 68-69, 324 ; remains on
Dartmoor (2 engrs.J, xviii, 35, et seq. ;
ancient idol, xx, 189 ; interments, xxi,
159 ; antiquities, ib., 343 ; remains
/(iii/r. J, xxii, 241 ; skull exhibited,
xxiii, 390 ; partial civilisation of Britons,
xxvi, 25; account of Britain, by J.Ciesar,
ib., 192-193; on British auxiliary troops
in the Roman service, by A. Sadler, tb.,
221-236 ; pottery at the Test Valley,



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