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'• AXTlyCITATES SEU HISTORIAKUM KKLIQUI^ SUNT TANQUAM TABULA
XAl'KKAGII ; CITM. OKKICIEN'TE ET FEUE SUBMERSA RERUM MEMORIA.
NIHILOMINCS HOMINES INUUSTRII ET SAGACES, I'ERTINACI QUADAM ET
SCBUPOLOSA DILIOENTIA. EX GENEALOGIIS, FASTIS, TITULIS, MONUMENTIS,
NUMISMATIBUS. NOMINIBUS PROPRIIS ET STYLIS. VERBORUM ETYMOLOGIIS,
PR.tVEUIUIS. TKVOITIONIBLTS, ARCHIVIS, ET INSTRUMENTIS. TAM PUBLICIS
ylAM PRIVATIS. HISTORIARUM FRAGMENTIS. LIBRORUM NEUTIQUAM HISTOEI-
COUIM LOCIS UISPEBSIS,— EX HIS, INQUAM, OMNIBUS VEL ALIQUIBUS,
NONNCLLA A TEMPOR18 DILUVIO ERIPIUNT ET CONSERVANT. RES SANE
OPEBOSA. SEl> MORTALIBUS GRATA ET CUM REVERENTIA QUADAM CON-
JCNCTA."

" ANTIQUITIES. OR REMNANTS OF HISTORY, ARE, AS WAS SAID, TANQUAM
TABUL.t NAUKUAGII; WHEN INDUSTRIOUS PERSONS, BY AN EXACT AND
8CBUPUL0U8 DILIOENCE AND OBSERVATION. OUT OF MONUMENTS, NAMES,
WORDS. PIlOVEttBS. TRADITIONS, PRIVATE RECORDS AND EVIDENCES, FRAG-
MENTS OF STORIES, PASSAGES OF BOOKS THAT CONCERN NOT STORY, AND

THE LIKE, DO SAVE AND RECOVER SOMEWHAT FROM THE DELUGE OF

TIME." — Advttncfuu lit iif Lett riling, ii.



glrcluvflboia a'aiitiaiia:



TllANSACTiONS



K K N T A II C H M L G [ C A L S C I E T Y.




VOLUME XXIII.



ILoutiOU :
PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY

BY

MITCHELL & HUGHES. 140 WAliDOUH STKEKT, OXFORD STItEKT.

1898.



The Council of the Kent Arch ceol or/ teal Society is not ansswerahle
for am/ opinions put forward in this TVork. Each Contributor is alone
responsible for his own remarks.



THE ormr research

ir^STlTUTE LIBRARY



CONTENTS.



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PAGE



Lists of Officers, x — xlii ; liules, xiv ; List of Members, xvi — xxxii

Illustration Fund xxxiii

Cash Account for 1897 xxxiv — xxxv

Proceedings, Reports, etc., 1897 and 1898 xxxvii — li

Obituary Notices : —

Rev. W. A. Scott Robertson, M.A Hi

Rev. J. Cave-Browne, M.A Ixi

1. Roman Discoveries. By George Fayne, F.L.S., F.S.A. 1

2. Henry VIII.'s Castles at Sandown, Deal, Walmer,

Sandoate, and Camber. By TV. L. Button, F.S.A. 24

3. The Burial-place op Archbishop Courtenay. By

M. Beazeleij, FB.G.S ;U

4. The Will or William Courtenav, Archbishop oe

Canterbury, 139G. Edited by Leland L. Duncan,
F.S.A 55

5. Suspected Persons in Kent. By A. Bhodes 68

6. The Ruined Chapel of St. Katherine at Shorne,

Kent. Part II. By Geoiye M. Arnold, F.S.A 78

7. Shurland House. By the late Rev. J. Cave-Brou-ne,

M.A 86

8. Preliminary Account of " Notes on the Tkxtus

ROFFENSIS, BY Dr. P. LlEBERMANN." By A. A.

Arnold, F.S.A 5»^

9. Notes on the Textus Roffensis. By Dr. F. Lieher-

mann, Berlin i^l-

10. Coats of Arms in Kent Churches. Part II. Collected

by Rev. Carus Vale Collier 1 ' 3

11. ECCLESIOLOGICAL NoTES RESPECTING THE DeaNEUY OF

Shoreham, Kent. By Leland L. Duncan, F.S.A. ... 131

12. The Churches of Sittingbourne and Milton. By

F. Grayling -150



vi CONTENTS.

FAGB

13. The Cinque Poets and Great Tabmouth. Bailiffs'

Eepobt, 1588. Transcript by W. L. Button, F.S.A.... 161

1-i. Otham Rectors. By the late Rev. J. Cave-Browne,

MA ' 184

1."). The AncniTECTURAL History of the Cathedral
Church and Monastery of St. Andrew at Ro-
chester. By W. R. St. John Hope, M.A 194

Ui. Old Sevenoaks. By George F. Carnell, F.B.H.S 329

17. RrsHENDEN. By John Copland 334

Is. Richard Lovelace AND Bethersden. Bj James Boberts

Brown, F.B.G.S 337

19. Note on " Relics of Painting in Canterbury Cathe-
dral." By Thomas B. Blackman 339



ILLUSTRATIONS.



PA OB

Portrait of the late Rev. Canon W. A. Scott Eobertson lii

Roman Discoveries : — Plan of Roman House, Burham ; Plan

of Hy pocaust 10, 11

Details of Hypocaust 12

Plan of Old Chatham 20, 21

Gold Coin ^e»?^. Valentinian II 22

Henry VIII 's Castles :— Plans of Sandown, Deal, and Walmer 26, 27

Plans of Sandgate and Camber Castles 28

The Ruined Chapel of St. Katherine at Shorne, Kent, or

'' Mai thouse " restored 84

Condition of Eastern Interior ^e?wp. Edward VI 85

Bird's-eye View of Shurland Castle temp. Elizabeth 86, 87

Facsimile Page of the Textus RofEensis 97

Sittingbourne Church : — Ground Plan 150

Geometrical Window 151

Easter Sepulchre 153

Milton Church : — (1) Exterior ; (2) Interior 157

Western Doorway 158

The Architectural History of the Cathedral Church and Mo-
nastery of St. Andrew at Rochester : —

Fig. 1. Gundulf's North Tower as it was in 1781 202

Plate I. Plan of the first Norman Church 202, 203

Fig. 2. Pillar and Respond of Gundulf's Crypt 206

Plate II. Site of Church, with sections coloured 214, 215

Fig. 3. The Nave, looking West 219

Fig. 4. Base of Westernmost Pillar of North Arcade

of Nave 220

Fig. 5. Eastern Part of North Aisle of Nave 222

Fig. 6. Turret Doorway in South-west Angle of Nave ... 223
Fig. 7. The West Front, previous to the recent " Re-
storation " 225

Figs. 8, 9, and 10. Sections of Mouldings from South

Transept 229

Fig. 11. Elevation of Northern Respond of Eastern Arch

of Tower 230



viii ILLUSTRATIONS.

PAGB

Fij;. 12. Side View of Nortlurii Hespoml of Eastern Aroli

ofTower ^^^

Fiir. 13. Hall or Vestibule of the tliirteentli-century part

of Crypt -'^^

Fit,'. U. Junction of Nortli Side of Presbytery aiul

rliapel.-* East 237

Plate 111. Present extent of t'liureli and site of later

Norman Cloister, sections colouretl 242, 243

¥i'^. 15. Tije Presbytery, looking East 2-14

Fig. 10. General View of North-east Transept 246

Fig. 17. Part of North Side of the Quire 248

Fig. IS. Plan of North-east Pier of Central Tower 250

Figs. 19, 20, and 22. Sections of Bases of Quire Arch,

Tower Piers, and Quire Aisles 251

Fig. 21. Section of Bases of Vaulting Shafts 253

Fig. 23. EastSideof North Transept 256

Fig. 24. West Side ot North Transept 258

Fig. 25. Alterations and Juiictions of New and Old

Work in the Arcade 261

Fig. 26. Clerestory of the South Transept, West Side ... 263

Fig. 27. Clerestory of the South Transept, East Side ... 264
Fig. 28. South Aisle of Quire in its final and ])resent

state, looking East 266

Fig. 29. South Aisle of Quire, looking West 267

Fig. 30. Section of Quire Doorway 269

Fig. 31. Juiictit)!! of New and Old AVorks in South

Arcade of Nave 271

Fig. 32. Section of Arch Mouldings of Doorway, inserted

in 1327 275

Fig. 33. Doorway at Entrance of Chapter-room 277

Fig. 34. The South-east Transept, shewing buttress built

in 1751 284

Fig. 35. Canopied Tomb of Bishop John of Bradfield,

127S— 1283 298

Fig. 3(5. Marble Tomb ascribed to Bishop Gilbert of

Glanville, 1185—1214 312

Fig. 37. Ironwork on East Side of North Quii*e Transept 316

Plate IV. Karly Tile Paving 317

Fig. 3s. Ornamental Ironwork on South Side of Pres-
bytery 324

Autograph of Kiihard Lovelace 338



B^ent 3[n|)acologtraI ^octet^.



OFFICERS, RULES, AND MEMBERS.
OCTOBEll, 1898.



ixcnt ardjacological ^ocict}>.



|Jvr&iDfut.

THE EARL STANHOPE, F.S.A., Lord Lieutenant of Kent.

Virc=|3vr5ilirut5.

HLS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

THE MAPiQUESb CONYNGHAM.

THE MARQL'ESS OF SALISBURY, K.G.

THE EARL AMHERST.

THE EARL OF CRANBROOK.

THE EARL OF UARXLEY.

THE EARL OF RADNOR.

THE EARL OF ROMNEY.

THE VISCOUNT HARDINGE.

THE LORD ASHCOMBE.
THE LORD HARRIS. G.C.M.G.
THE LORD HAWKESBURY,
THE LORD HERSCHELL. G.C.B.

THE LORD HOTH FIELD.

THE LORD SACKVILLE. G.C.M.G.

TllK 1;1<;HT rev. the lord bishop of WAKEFIELD.

SIR STUART KNILL. BART.

SIR JOHN LUBBOCK. BART.. M.P.

SIR DAVID LIONEL SALOMONS, BART.

SIR SEAGER HUNT.

HORATIO D. DAVIES. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON, M.P.

A. G. BOSCAWEN. ESQ., M.P.

THE RIGHT HON. A. AKERS-DOUGLAS. M.P.

F. S. \V. (ORNWALLIS. ESQ., M.P.

COLONEL EDWIN HU(iHES. M.P.

('. WILSON NOBLE. ESQ.. M.P.

THE lilGHT HON. JOHN GILBERT TALBOT, M.P.

THE ARCHDEACON OF MAIDSTONE.

THE ARCHDEACON OF ROCHESTER.

iyouovanj (POitor.

REV. (ANON C. F. ROUTLEDGE, M.A., F.S.A..
St. Mar ting, CantcrhHi'ij.

itt>onoiiiiij :crcrctan>.

CJKORGE PAYNE, ESQ., F.L.S.. F.S.A., The Fn-cinct. H«chc>itrr.
(ALL THE8K UKNTLEMKN AKE EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL.)



LIST OF OFFICERS. xi



(?Irftrti IflnnliriQ of tiir (Tounril.

Augustus A. Arnold. Esq.. f.s.a liovhrxUr.

G. M. ARNOLD, Esq.. j.p.. f.s.a Grave^end.

E. F. ASTLEY. Esq.. m.d.. j.p Dortr.

Rev. J. A. Boodle, m.a BougMon Bhan.

GeoBGE Dowker. Esq.. F.G.S Runngate.

Rev. T. s. Fra-MPtox. m.a.. f.s.a Dori-r.

F. F. GiRAUD. Esq .' Farrr.ham.

J. J. Howard. Esq.. ll.d., f.s.a. iM„ltniv,r..- Umild) . Blachheath.

Rev. G. M. Livett, B.A WaUringbury.

SAMUEL Mercer, Esq Maid^tom.

W. T. Neve, Esq Cranbnwk.

J. D. Norwood. Esq A.^hford.

Rev. a. J. Pearmax. m.a Rochester.

C. W. Powell, Esq.. j.p Spddhnrsf.

W. H. BURCH RosHER, EsQ Walmer.

Rev. Caxox C. F. Routledge. m.a.. f.s.a Canterbury.

J. Oldrid Scott, Esq.. f.s.a OxUd

Hexry Stringer. Esq '. . '. y,,, Romi^y.

J. F. Wadmore. Esq.. f.r.i.b.a Tunhrid-ge.

Kenyox Wood Wilkie, Esq.. j.p Ram*gate.

George Wilks, Esq Hythc

Rev. C. E. Woodruff, m.a \ \ Ott^rd^n.



iTrustrrs.

The Earl Amueest.

The Earl Stanhope.

The Right Hox. J. G. Talbot, m.p.

Matthew Bell, Esq.

^uHttors.

Herbert Hordern. Esq.. j.p.
Captain Chas. F. Hooper, j.p.

(Tljirf euiator.

George Pay'xe, Esq.. f.l.s.. f.s.a.

Messrs. Wig ax. Mercers, and Co., Maidstone.
(Loudon Correspondents, .Messrs. Smith. Payne, and Smiths.)

Messrs. Hammond and Co., Canterbury.
(London Correspondents, Messrs. Glyn and Co.)



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IKiMiKAKV LOCAL SECRETARIES.



astifoiD Dietiirt.

J. D. NoBWOOD, Esq Axhford.

Ularkljratl) auti Jirtot6l)ani District.

\V. EssixGTON Hughes, Esq \K) Wa, -dour Stmt. v;.

13iomlri,t Distiirt.
Adam Walker, Esq Wulmorc lioad. Bromley.

Caiitrrbiinj Distvirt.

( Sdciimhc Lodge, Ilarhledowti,
Kev. H. O. Rolt \ Canterhurij.

CTraubroob District.

vv. T. Neve. Esq Cnuihrooh.

Dartforti District.

It. Holt-White, Esq Be.rhij. Kent.

Deal aiit) <!.2jalmcr District.

W. II. I'T-RCH Ro.>iiii:K. Esq Walnier, Kent.

Dobcr Di&tricl.
i-.'\\\:^i< WlCKENS KliY. E.-^Q '<t. Mi/ rti/i.s I/ou.se, Bofer.

jFabcrstjam District.
K. V. (ilRAUU, Esq Fdrerxhani.

.iFoIttcstonr District.
Wm. Wi(;iir\vi(K. K.><Q Folhe-stone.

<Gml)rsriiti District.
G. -M. .Vk.noLD. Esq. Milton Hull, frrare.'^eud.

Ibjjtlic District.
«. WiLKs. Esq Jh/the.

iioiillon.
W. EssiXUTON HL'GHES, Esq No Wm-dour Street,\\.

iHaiHstoiic District.

('. HOYCE. E.sQ.. M.n Mnid.'itone.

jilalliiuj District.
Ml6t> l>ii>i,<>\v H>.v/ .Vtilli/if/.

i+larg.ilc Di'^trirt.
Wm. .Ino. Mekcek. E.sq 12 Mdnne Terrace, .Monjote.

Kanisgatr Oistrirt.

KENYO.V W. WilKIE. )':.s<i Klliiuiton. Itiimsijote.

Kocfirstcr Dioiiicl.

<JKORGE I'AYNE, Esq Th, Preciiiet , Uoch-^ter.

lioiunc)) District.

HkNKY «TRIN(;kI{, E.SQ Xm- nomnei/.

^^antitDicI) District.
Rev. Walker Flower Worth.



SOCIETIES IN UNION. xiii

Scbcnoaftfi Ststnrt.
George F. Carnell, Esq Scvcnoalis.

S^Epprg Distnrt,
John Copland, Esq Shcerncss.

^ittingbounic Bistrirt.
G. E. Elliott, Esq Sittingbourne.

Centfiiirn District.
J. Ellis Mace, Esq Tenterden.

CuiibrilrQe District.
J. F. Wadmore, Esq Tunhridgc.

duntrittgc SSadls District.

Charles Watson Powell. Esq ] ^^''^f^^'^' Tnnhridge

ffiSacstcrfiam District.
J. Board. Esq Westerliam.



SOCIETIES IN UNION.

For Interchange of Publications, etc.



The Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, TV.

The Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain, 20 Hnnovei' Sqvare, W.

The British Archaeological Association. 82 SfichriUc Strci-t. Piccadilly. VV.

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edhihiiryh.

The Architectural Museum, 18 Tufton, Street, W'extmin.iter, S.W.

The Numismatic Society, 22 Albemarle Street, TV.

The London and Middlesex Arch£eological Society, London Institution, Finnbiiry

Circus. E.c.
The Historic Society of Cheshire and Lancashire (i?. B. Radcliffe, M.A., Sec,

Royal Institution. Colquitt Street, Liverpool).
The Eoyal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (^Robert Cochrane. F.S.A., Hon.

Sec., 17 Ilighjicld Road, Bi/blin).
The Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society (^Rev. A. R. Maddison, Vicars' Court,

Lincohi).
The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, Norrvich.
The Suffolk Institute of Archasology {Rer. F. Haslewood, Hon. Sec, St. Mat-
thew's Rectory. Ipsnich).
The Surrey Archfeological Society, Castle Arch, Guildford.
The Sussex Archfeological Society, Lewes Castle.

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural Hi.story Society, Museum, Berizes.
The Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Taunton Castle.
The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society {Rev. W. Bazeley,

Matson Rectory, Gloucester').
The Cambridge Antiquarian Society (/>'•. Hardcastle, Bon-ni7ig College,

Cambridge).
The Derbyshire Archaeological Society {Arthur Cox, Esq., Mill Hill, Berby).
The Powysland Club (T. Simp.<inn Jones, Esq., Gungrog Hall, Welshpool).
The Cumberland and Westmoreland Archaeological Society (i?. S. Ferguson,

Esq., F.S.A., Carli.9le).
The Leicestershire Archaeological Society. 5 Galloirtree Gate, Leicester.
The Society of Anticjuaries, Newcastle-upon-Tyne {R. Blair, Esq., South Shields).
The Shropshire Archaeological Society {Rev. W. G. Bimock Fletcher, St.

MichaeVs Vicarage, Shrew,';bury).
Societe Archeologique de Dunkerque.
R. Societa Romana di Storia Patria, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Roma,



VxwUs of tlic llcut 3lrcI);vo[oaical §ocictj).

1. riie Society shall consist of Ordinary Members and Honorary
Members.

2. The art'iiirs of the Society shall be conducted by a Council consist-
injj of tlie President of the Society, the Vice-Presidents, the Honorary
Secretary, and twenty-four Members elected out of the general body of
the Subscribers: one-fourth of the latter shall go out annually in rotation,
hut shall nevertheless be re-eligible; and such retiring and the new elec-
tion shall take place at the Annual General ^Meeting: but any intermediate
vacancy, by death or retirement, among the elected Council, shall be filled
up cither at the General Meeting or at the next Council Meeting, which-
ever shall first happen. Five Members of the Council to constitute a
quorum.

3. The Council shall meet to transact the business of the Society on
the second Thursday in the months of March, June, September, and
December, and at any other time that the Secretary may deem it expe-
dient to call them together. The June Meeting shall always be held in
London ; those of ^Iarch, Septend)er, and December at (Canterbury and
Maidstone alternately. But the Council shall have power, if it shall
deem it advisable, at the instance of the President, to hold its IMectings
at other places within the county; and to alter the days of Meeting, or to
ouiit a Quarterly Meeting if it shall be found convenient.

4. At every Meeting of the Society or C'ouncil, the President, or. in
ids absence, tiie Chairman, shall have a casting vote, independently of his
vote as a Member.

5. A General fleeting of the Society shall be held annually, in July,
August, or Se])teudjer, at some place rendered interesting by its antiquities
or Instorical associations, in the eastern and western divisions of the
county alternately, uidess the Council, for some cause to be by them
assigned, agree to vary this arrangement ; the day and place of meeting
to be appointed by the Council, who shall have the power, at the instance of
the President, to elect some Member of the Society connected with the
district in which the meeting shall be held, to act as Chairman of such
Meeting. At the said General Meeting, antiquities shall be exhibited,
and papers read on subjects of arclueological interest. The accounts of
the Society, having l)een previously allowed by the Auditors, shall be
presented; the Council, through the Secretary, shall make a Report on
the state of the Society ; and the Auditors and the six new Mcndiers of
the Council for the ensuing year shall be elected.

fi. The Annual General Meeting shall have power to make such
alterations in the Rules as the majority of Members present may approve:
proviiled that notice of any contemplated alterations be given, in writing,
to the Honorary Secretary, before June the 1st in the then current year,
to be laid by him before the Council at their next Meeting; provided,
also, that the said contemplated alterations be specifically set out in the
notices summoning the Meeting, at least one month before the day
appointed for it.

7. A Special General Meeting may be summoned, on the written
requisition of seven Members, or o( the President, or two Vice-Presidents,
which must specify the subject intended to be brought forward at such
Meeting; and such subject alone can then be considered.



RULES AND TIKGULATIONS. XV

8. Candidates for admission must hv proposed l)_v one i\Iciid)cr of tlic
Society, and seconded by another, and be balloted for, if recpiired, at any
Meeting of the Council, or at a (ieiieral Meetiiif!,-, one black ball in five to
exclude.

9. Each Ordinary Member shall pay an Annual Subscription of Ten
Shillings, due in advance on the 1st of January in each year; or JEfi may
at any time be paid in lieu of future subscriptions, as a composition for
life. Any Ordinary Member shall pay, on election, an entrance fee of Ten
Shillings, in addition to his Subscription, whether Animal or Life. Every
Member shall be entitled to a copy of the Society's Publications ; but
none will be issued to any Member whose Subscription is in arrear. The
Council may remove from the List of Subscribers the name of any Mem-
ber whose Subscription is two years in arrear, if it be certified to theiri
that a written application for payment has been made by one of the
Secretaries, and not attended to within a month from the tinu! of applica-
tion.

10. All Subscriptions and Donations aie to be paid to the l^ankers of
the Society, or to one of the Secretaries.

11. All Life Compositions shall be vested in Government Securities,
in the names of four Trustees, to be elected by the Council. The interest
only of such funds to be used for the ordinary purposes of the Society.

12. No cheque shall be drawn except by order of the Council, and
every cheque shall be signed by two Members of the Council and the
Honorary Secretary.

13. The President and Secretary, on any vacancy, shall be elected by
a General Meeting of the Subscribers.

14. Members of either House of Parliament, who are landed pro-
prietors of the county or residents therein, shall, on becoming Members
of the Society, be placed on the list of Vice-Presidents, and with them
such other persons as the Society may elect to that office.

15. The Council shall have power to elect, without ballot, on the
nomination of two Members, any lady who may be desirous of becoming
a Member of the Society.

16. The Council shall have power to appoint as Honorary Member
any person likely to promote the interests of the Society. Such Honorary
Member not to pay any subscription, and not to have the right of voting at
any Meetings of the Society ; but to have all the other privileges of
Members.

17. The Council shall have power to appoint any Member Honorary
Local Secretary for the town or district wherein he may reside, in order
to facilitate the collection of accurate information as to objects and dis-
coveries of local interest, and for the receipt of subscri])tions.

18. Meetings for the purpose of reading papers, the exhii)ition of
antiquities, or the discussion of subjects connected therewith, shall be
held at such times and places as the Council may appoint.

19. The Society shall avoid all subjects of religious or political con-
troversy.

20. The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the
Society, to be commnnicated to the Members at the General Meetings.



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HONORARY MEMBERS.



M. le (iRANDK UEULANi/r. MfUibie Hononiire de la Societe d'Histoire de la
Flaiidrc Maritime de Fiance, Menibre Correspondaut de la Societe Iinpe-
riale des [Sciences de Lille, Coiitioleiir dans rAdminislralion dcs Finances
de Helgique, etc.

K<-'V. W. \V. Skp:at, M.A., LITT.D. (Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the University
of Cambridge), 2 S/ili.sbiiri/ I'illas, Canihridgc.

Tlie Bkitish Museum, Great Rvusdl Street, W.C.



( xvii )

MEMBERS.

COERECTED TO OCTOBER 1898.



THE * DENOTES LIFE COMPOUNDERS.



Abell, H. Francis, Esq., Keimlngton Hall, Ashford.

Aberneth}', James, Esq., C.E., Whiteness, Marj^ate. ■

Abbott, Dr. G. T., 2 Qneen's Road, Tunbridge Wells.

*Acworth, Rev. E. William Harrison, EUora, Rochester.

Adam, James, Esq., West Mailing Place, Maidstone.

Adcock, W., Esq., St. James Street, Dover.

Akers-Douglas, Right Hon. Aretas, m.p., Chilston Park, Maidstone.

Alcock, Rev. John Price, m.a., Crayford Rector}^, Kent.

Alexander, Mrs. E. B., Cheveney, Hunton, Maidstone.

Alexander, Horace A., Esq., North Park, Eltham.

*Alexander, R. H., Esq., Brandfold, Goudhurst, Kent.

*Allchin, Dr. W. H., 5 Chandos Street, Cavendish Sqmire, w.

Allen, John L., Esq., Clover Street House, Chatham.

*Amherst, The Earl, Montreal, Sevenoaks.

*Amherst of Hackney, The Right Hon. Lord, Didlington Hall, Brandon,

Norfolk.
Anderson, J. A., Esq., Paversham.

Anderson, William Charles, Esq., Hill House, Keston, Beckenham.
Apperley, Rev. J. Marling, m.a., Tong Vicarage, Sittingbourne.
Arkcoll, Jno., Esq., Poley House, Maidstone.
Arnold, Augustus A., Esq., f.s.a.. The Preciuct, Rochester.
Arnold, E., Esq.

Arnold, G. M., Esq., f.s.a., Milton Hall, Gravesend.
*Ashcombe, The Right Hon. Lord, Denbies, Dorking.
Ashton-Gwatkiu, Rev. W. H. T., m.a., Margate, Kent.
Astley, Edward Ferrand, Esq., m.d., 29 Marine Parade, Dover.
Atheufeum Club, The, 107 Pall Mall, s.w.
Athill, Charles H., Esq., f.s.a., Richmond Herald, College of Arms, London, E.c,

and Eltham, Kent.

Badcock, W., Esq., East Court, Detling.

Bailey, G. W. H., Esq., 43 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, w.

Bailey, Rev. Canon Henry, d.d., Canterbury.

Baker, F., Esq., c.E.

Baker, Herbert, Esq., The Owletts, Cobham, Gravesend.

Baker, T. H., Esq., The Owletts, Cobham, Gravesend.

Baldock, Rev. AVilliam, b.a., Brookland, Folkestone.

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