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"aMIQCITATES sett HISTOKIABUM BELIQUI^ sunt TANQUAM TABrL;E
NAUFBAGII ; CUM, DEFICIENTE ET FEEE SUBMEBSA EEEUM MEMOBIA,
XIIIILOMINUS HOMINES INDUSTEII ET SAGACES, PEETINACI QTJADAM ET
SCKCPCLOSA DILTGENTIA, EX GENEALOGIIS, FASTIS, TITULIS, MONUMENTIS,
NUMISMATIBUS, NOMINIBUS PBOPBIIS ET STYLIS, VEBBOEUM ETYMOLOGIIS,
PBOVEBBIIS, TBADITIONIBUS, ABCHIVIS, ET INSTBUMENTIS, TAM PUBLICIS
Ql'AM PBIVATIS, HISTOBIABUM FBAGMENTIS, LIBBOBUM NEUTIQUAM HISTOKI-
COBUM LOCIS DISPEBSIS, — EX HIS, INQUAM, OMNIBrs VEL ALIQUIBUS,
NONNULLA A TEMPOBIS DILUA'IO EEIPIUNT ET CONSEEVANT. EES SANE
OPEBOSA, SED MOBTALIBCS GBATA ET CUM BEVEBENTIA QCADAM CONJUNCTA."

" ANTIQUITIES, OE EEMNANTS OF HISTOBY, ABE, AS WAS SAID, TANQUAM
TABCL-E NAUFBAGII ; WHEN INDUSTBIOUS PEHSONS, BY AN EXACT AND
SCBUPULOrs DILIGENCE AND OBSEBVATION, OUT OF MONUMENTS, NAMES,
WOBDS, PEOVEBBS, TBADITIONS, PBIVATE BECOEDS AND EVIDENCES, FBAG-
MENTS OF STOBIES, PASSAGES OF BOOKS THAT CONCEBN NOT STOEY, AND
THE LIKE, DO SAVE AND BECOVEU SOMEWHAT FEOM THE DELUGE OF
TIME." — Advancement of Learning, ii.



girtl«e0l0jgia dantiana:



TRANSACTIONS



KENT AllCH^OLOGICAL SOCIETY.




VOLUME IX.

3Lontion :

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY,



MITCHELL & HUGHES, WAEDOTJE STREET, OXPOED STREET.

1874.



The Council of the Kent Archeeological Society is not anstcerable
for any opinions put forward in this Ti'ork. Each Contrihiitor is
alone responsible for his own remarks.



THE GETTY RESEARCH
INSTITUTE LIBRARY



CONTENTS.



PAGE

OFFICERS, EULES AND LIST OF MEMBERS X

BALANCE SHEETS XXxiv

ADDITIONS TO LIBEART AND MUSEUM XXXvi

PROCEEDINGS AT THE SEVENOAKS MEETING, 1871 XXXvii

FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT, XXxix ; KNOLE HOUSE, xl ;
EVENING MEETING, lu ; OLDBURY CAMP, liii ; IGHTHAM
CHURCH, Iv; WROTHAM CHURCH, Ivi ; THE MOTE, Ivii.

PROCEEDINGS AT THE FAVERSHAM MEETING, 1872 Iviii

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT, lix ; FAVERSHAM CHURCH,
Ixi ; DAVINGTON PRIORY, Ixii ; EVENING MEETING ;
PAPERS ON FAVERSHAM CHARTERS, Ixii ; ARDEN OF
FEVERSHAM, Ixx ; AND ROMAN REMAINS AROUND
FAVERSHAM, Ixxi. PRESTON CHURCH, Ixxiii ; ROMAN CAMP
AT SYNDALE, Ixxiii ; STONE CHURCH, Ixxix ; DODINGTON
CHURCH, IXXX; EASTLING CHURCH, Ixxxii ; OSPRINGE

CHURCH, Ixxxiii ; museum, Ixxxiii.

PROCEEDINGS AT THE CRANBROOK MEETING, 1873 IXXXV

SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT, IxXXvi ; STAPLEHURST AND
FRITTENDEN CHURCHES, Ixxxix ; SISSINGHURST CASTLE,
XCi ; CRANBROOK CHURCH, xciv ; EVENING MEETING ;
PAPER ON ANCIENT CLOTH TRADE OF CRANBROOK, XCvi ;
GLASSENBURY AND HAWKHURST, civ ; BODIHAM CASTLE,
CV ; ETCHINGHAM CHURCH, CXvi ; MUSEUM, CXvii.
GOLD TORQUES AND ARMILL^ DISCOVERED IN KENT, BY

C. ROACH SMITH, F.S.A., ETC 1

GOLD FINGER RING, OF CELTIC TYPE 12

THE BRITISH SETTLEMENT IN BIGBURY WOOD. BY R. C.

HUSSEY, F.S.A 13

ON CELTIC TUMULI IN EAST KENT. BY C. H. WOODRUFF, F.S.A. 16
THE ROYALIST RISING IN KENT, A.D. 1648. BY COLONEL

GEORGE COLOMB, F.S.A 31



Vl CONTENTS.

PAGE

DB. PEGGE's ALPnA.BET OF KENTICISMS, AND COLLECTION OF
PBOTEBBIAL SAYINGS USED IN KENT. COMMUNICATED BY
THE BEV. "WALTER W. SBIEAT 50

ON THE BBASS OF SIB JOHN DE NOBTHWODE, AND LADY, IN

MINSTER CUUBCII, SlIEPPEY. BY J. G. WALLER 148

BOMAN COFFINS, OF LEAD, FROM BEX HILL, MILTON-NEXT-

SITTINOBOURNE. BY GEOBOE PAYNE, JUN 1G4

ROMAN BEMAINS FBOM LUTON, CHATHAM. BY HUMPHRY

WICKIIAM 17-i

LAMBETH PALACE LIBEABY, AND ITS KENTISH MEMORANDA.

BY S. W. KERSHAW, M.A., LIBRARIAN 176

CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, STAPLEHURST. BY THE BEV. W. A.

SCOTT EOBEBTSON 189

PAVING TILES FBOM FBITTENDEN CHUBCH 203

INSCRIBED GOLD FINGEB BING 204

THE BASILICA OF LYMINOE ; BOMAN, SAXON, AND MEDIJITAL.

BY THE BEV. BOBEBT C. JENKINS 205

NOTES FBOM THE RECORDS OF SMARDEN CHURCH. COMMUNI-
CATED BY THE REV. FRANCIS HASLEWOOD 224

LOW SIDE WINDOW IN DODINGTON CHURCH. LETTER FROM

ARCHDEACON TROLLOPE, F.S.A 23G

THE CHURCH OF ST. LAURENCE, IIAWKHURST. BY THE REV.

II. A. JEFFREYS 240

INVENTORIES OF PARISH CHURCH GOODS IN KENT, A.D. 1552

{continued from vol. viii.) 2G6

VALUATION OF THE TOWN OF DARTFORD, 29 ED. I. COMMUNI-
CATED BY THE BEV. R. P. COATES 285

MISCELLANEA : DESCRIPTION OF GOLD COINS FOUND AT BORDEN 299

BRONZE CELTS 300

FLINT IMPLEMENTS 300

ROMAN POTTERY 300

GRANT MADE BY ROGER OF FAWKHAM TO WILLIAM AND
SARAH DE WYKWANE, OF FIFTEEN ACRES OF LAND IN

FAWKHAM, 28 ED. 1 301

VALUATION OF THE MANORS OP CHARLES AND ROUGHE-

II EL, IN DARTFORD, circa A.D. 1350 — 1400 302



i$t af Illustrations.



PLATES.

Golden Torques and Armilla (Plate A) to face p. 2

Golden Armillse (Plate B) to face p. 11

Plan of British Settlement in Bigbury Wood, Harble-

down, upon the scale of 25*344 inches to one mile to face p. 14

Urns from Tumulus at Eingwould (Plate I) to face p. 23

Contents of Tumulus at Eingwould (Plate II) to face p. 24

Monumental Brass of Sir John de Northwode, and

Lady, from the Church of Minster in Sheppey to face p. 149

Eoman Glass Vessel from Bex Hill Cemetery to face p. 170

Eoman Eemains found at Luton, in Chatham to face p. 175

South Door of Staplehurst Church to face p. 191

Carved Panels in the Tower of Staplehurst Church. . . to face p. 197

Mediaeval Paving Tiles, from Prittenden Church ... to face p. 203

Low Side Window in Dodington Church to face p. 237

WOOD ENGEAVINGS.



PAGE



Gold Finger-ring of Celtic type 12

Section, and plan, of West Tumulus at Eingwould 22

An Assyrian Helmet, with mail attached 155

Banded Mail of Asiatic workmanship 156

Head of Eoman Coffin, of lead, from Bex Hill, Milton 165

Medusa's Head, from the same Coffin 166

Two handled glass Vessel found with Eoman Coffin 166

Lid of Eoman Coffin from Bex Hill, Milton 167

Moulding of Beads and Eings from the same Coffin 16y



nil ILLUSTRATIONS.



paGk.



Lion, Vase, and Medusa's Head from the same Coffin 169

Fragment of one end of same Coffin 170

Mediaeval Gold, inscribed, Finger-ring 204;

Masonry in walls of Basilica at Lyminge 209

Small bronze Vessel found in ruins of Basilica at Lyminge . . . 223

Hawkhurst Church — from the South-east 240

„ „ North Chancel (exterior) 249

„ „ East "Window of South Chancel 250

Great East Window 251

Coin of Cunobeline found at Borden 299

Another coin of Cunobeline found at Borden 299



;eitt ^^rcljii^olagical <Societg.



OFFICERS, KULES, AND MEMBERS.

1874.





13rf0ttrrttt.

THE EARL AMHERST.

Ftrf43rr0ttrfttt0*

HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.
THE LORD LIEl'TEXANT OF KENT-THE EARL OF SYDNEY, G.C.B.
THE LORD WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS— EARL GRANVILLE, K.G.
THE MARQUESS CONYNGHAM.
THE EARL OF ABERGAVENNY.
THE EARL OF DARNLEY.
THE EARL OF DARTMOUTH.
THE EARL OF GUILFORD.
THE EARL STANHOPE, D.C.L., PRES. S.A.
THE VISCOUNT FALMOUTH.
THE VISCOUNT HARDINGE.
THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF ROCHESTER.
THE LORD DE L'ISLE AND DUDLEY.
THE LORD FITZWALTER.
THE LORD SONDES.
THE VISCOUNT MAHON, M.P.
THE RIGHT REV. THE BISHOP OF DOVER.
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GATHORNE HARDY, M.P.
THE RIGHT HON. E. H. KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN, M.P.
THE HONOURABLE J. M. O. BYNG.
SIR E. C. DERING, BART.
SIR EDMUND FILIMER, BART.
SIR W1\XDHAM KNATCHBULL, BART.
SIR JOHN W. LUBBOCK, BART., :M.P.
SIR CHARLES 11. IMILLS, BART., M.P.
SIR HENRY J. TUFTON, BART.
LIEUT.-GENERAL SIR EDWARD SABINE, K.C.B.
THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF CANTERBURY.
THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ROCHESTER.
THE VENERABLE THE ARCHDEACON OF MAIDSTONE.
ALEXANDER J. B. BERESFORD-HOPE, ESQ., M.P., F.S.A., PRES. R.I.B.A.
JOHN ilORGAN COBBETT. ESQ., M.P.
GEORGE CUBITT, ESQ., M.P.
THOMSON HANKEY, ESQ., M.P.
KIR KM AN DANIEL HODGSON, ESQ., M.P.
EDWARD LEIGH PEMBERTON, ESQ., M.P.
HENRY BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, ESQ., M.P.
JOHN GILBERT TALBOT, ESQ., M.P.
J.niES WHATMAN, ESQ., F.R.S., F.S.A.
WILLIAM ANGERSTEIN, ESQ.
TIIO^r.\S r;. cODFlfEY-FAUSSETT, ESQ., M.A., F.S.A.

?l?onovavg Srcrrtava ants ^tsitox*

THE REV. W. A. SCOTT ROBERTSON, M.A.
Whitehall, Sittinghourne.

(all TUEHE gentlemen ABE EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL.)



LIST OF OFFICERS. XI



24 (BUcUts {BtmtexQ of U)t ©otmril,

G. B. AcwoETH, Esq.; f.s.a Rochester.

John Board, Esq JVesterham.

James S. Bfkea, Esq Ashford.

Rev. E. p. Coates Darenth, Dariford.

Eev. E. Drake Stourmouth.

F. F. GlEAUD, Esq Faversham.

5. J. HOWAED, Esq., LL.D., f.s.a Orcemoich.

E. C. HUSSEY, Esq., f.s.a Harhledoion.

Eev. E. C. Jenkins Lyminge.

SiE Walter James, Baet Betteshanyer.

John Wingfield Labking, Esq Lee.

Eev. E. H. Lee BougMon-unler-Blean.

Major Ltjard-Selby IgUham.

H. B. Mackeson, Esq Hythe.

G. W. Norman, Esq Bromley.

Eev. a. J. Peaeman Bahiham.

C. E. C. Petley, Esq Riverhead.

Charles Powell, Esq SpeldJiurst.

Eev. J. C. EOBERTSON Canterbury .

Flaxman C. J. Spuerell, Esq Belvedere.

Sir "Walter Stirling, Baet Ttmhridge Wells.

J. Feemlyn Steeatfeild, Esq London.

T. Thceston, Esq Ashford.

Eev. H. Montagu Villiees Adisham.

Eight Hon. Edwaed H. Knatchbull-Hugessen, m.p.

James Whatman, Esq.

Matthew Bell, Esq.

Etttritors*

E. C. Hussey, Esq.
G. T. ToMLiN, Esq.

©ttratov antr Eesistant ^ttxtt^xu*

William J. Lightfoot, Esq., The Museum, Maidstone.

Sanltfrs.

Messes. Wigan, Meecee and Co., Maidstone.

(London Correspondents, Messrs. Smith, Payne, and Smiths.)

Messes. Hammond and Co., Canterhury.

(London Correspondents, Messrs. Glj'n and Co.)



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IIOXURARY LOCAL SECRETARIES.

♦ — • —

g[s1jfort StiStrtrt.

Thomas Thcbston, Esq Ashford.

iilatiiljMtl) anO iLcfa)i^l)nm Oistiitt.

Mb. J. Stoxe SmalLFIELD 32 University Street, Gower Street,

w.c.

JBromlci? iBistrict.
J. W. Ilott, Esq Bromley.

Caittnfiury Oistrirt.
G. T. TuMLiN, Esq Combe House, Canterbury.

Cranbrofll Sistittt.
Rev. T. a. i vub Ticarage, Cranbrooh.

i3artfort JBistritt.
Flaxm.\_x C. J. SPUBBELL, EsQ Lessness Heath, Dartford.

QDbrr Ststrtrt.
EdwabD Feeband Astley, Esq., m.d. . Marine Parade, Dover.

C^a^try Sistrict.
Sill AV ALTER James, Uabt Betteshanger Parle, Sandwich.

irabrrs1)am JDistrirt.

F. F. GlBAUD, Esq South House, Faversham.

(Srafacsfuii Qistritt.

G. M. Abxold, Esq Oravesend.

'^r\t\^t JDistritt.
H. B. Mackeson, Esq Hythe.

isle af s"l)Cjpj)fi) Qistrtrt.
Uev. a. J. I'eabMAK Eainham, Sittingbourne.

Isle 0f Cljaitct Qistrtct.
G. E. IIaxXAM, Esq Broimtone House, Eamsgate.

ilontroii.
Mb. SmalLFIELD 32 University Street, AV.C.

iHatttstonr anti iHalling JDistrtrt^.
W. J. LiuiiTFOOT, Esq Maidstone.

flc\a )Xamnnj i3istrirt.
Juu.v llvMPHEBr, Esq New Eomney.



SOCIETIES IN UNION. XIU



3Rorf)r^tcr lOtStrtct.
G. B. AcwOETH, Esq., f.s.a. . . . . . . Star Hill, Rochester.

^tbrnoafts' ^District.
Geoege F. Carnell, Esq Sevenoaks.

^itttngBottnic JBt^trirt.

W. MUETON, Esq TunstaU.

Ccntntfcii jgistiirt.

EeV. S. C. Teesse BeaLE Tentenlen.

C\in6ritige J0t^trirt.

J. F. Wadmoee, Esq Tunbridge.

ChaELES Powell, Esq Speldhurst, Timbridje Wells.

Witittxl^am District.
J. BOAED, Esq Westerham.



SOCIETIES IN UNION.

Fov Interchange of Publications, etc.



The Iloyal Arcbseological Institute of Great Britaiu.

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland .

The Architectural Museum, South Kensington Museum, w.

The Numismatic Society.

The London and Middlesex Archaeological Society.

The Historic Society of Cheshire and Lancashire.

The Kilkenny and South-east of Ireland Archseological Society,

The Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society.

The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society.

The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology.

The Surrey Archseological Society.

The Sussex Ai-chaeological Society.

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.

Soci^te Archeologique de Dunkerque.

The Society of Antiquaries, Normandy.

The Society of Antiquaries, Picardy.

The Society of Antiquaries, Poitiers.

The Ahbeville Societ}'- of Emulation.



^ulcs of tlje %\n\t ^xclMh^M c^ocietg.



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

2. The aflairs of the Society shall be conducted by a Council con-
sisting of the President of the Society, the Vice-Presidents, the Hono-
rarv Secretary, and twenty-four Members elected out of the general
body of the Subscribers : one-fourth of the latter shall go out annually
by rotation, but shall ueyertheless be re-eligible ; and such retiring
aiid the new election shall take place at the Annual General Meeting :
but any intermediate vacancy, by death or retirement, among the
elected' Council, shall be filled up either at the General Meeting or
at the next Council Meeting, Avhichever shall first happen. Five
Members of the Council to coustitute 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 expedient to call them together. The June Meeting shall always
be held in London : those of March, September, and December, at
Canterbury and Maidstone alternately. But the Council shall have
power, if it shall deem advisable, at the instance of the President, to
hold its meetings at other places within the county ; and to alter the
days of meeting, or to omit a quarterly meeting if it shall be found
convenient.

4. At every Meeting of the Society or Council, the President, or,
in his absence, the Chairman, shall have a casting vote, independently
of his vote as a member.

5. A General Meeting of the Society shall be held annually, in
July, August, or September, at some place rendered interesting by
its antiquities or historical associations, in the eastern and western
divisions of the county alternately : the day and place thereof to be
appointed by the Council, who shall also have 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 Chair-
man of such Meeting. At the said General Meeting, antiquities
shall be exhibited, and papers read on subjects of arclnvological in-
terest. The accounts of the Society, having been previously allowed
by the Auditors, shall be presented ; the Council, through the Se-
cretary, shall make a Eeport on the state of the Society ; and the
Auditors and the six new Members of the Council for the ensuing
year shall be elected.

G. The Annual General Meeting shall have power to make such
alterations in the Rules as the majority of Members present may
approve : provided that notice of any contemplated alterations be
given, in writing, to the Honorary Secretary, before the 1st June 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 ]\ieeting, 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 of the President, or two Vice- Pre-



RULES AND REGULATIONS. XV

sidents, which must specify the subject intended to be brought for-
ward at such Meeting ; and such subject alone can then be considered.

8. Candidates for admission must be proposed by one Member of
the Society, and seconded by another, and be balloted for, if required,
at any Meeting of the Council, or at a General Meeting, 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
£5 may at any time be paid in lieu of future subscriptions, as a com-
position for life. Any Ordinary Member shall pay, on election, an
entrance fee of Ten Shillings, in addition to his Subscription, whether
Annual 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 Member whose Subscription is two years
in arrear, if it be certified to them that a written application for pay-
ment has been made by one of the Secretaries, and not attended to
within a month from the time of appplication.

10. All Subscriptions and Donations are to be paid to the Bankers
of the Society, or to one of the Secretaries.

11. All iiife Compositions shall be vested in Government Secu-
rities, 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 Mem-
bers 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 be-
coming a Member of the Society.

16. The Council shall have power to appoint as Honorary Mem-
ber 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, Hono-
rary Local Secretary, for the town or district wherein he may reside, in
order to facilitate the collection of accurate information as to objects
and discoveries of local interest, and for the receipt of subscriptions.

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

19. The Society shall avoid all subjects of religious or political
controversy.

20. The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the So-
ciety, to be communicated to the Members at the General Meetings.



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llOXORARY MEMBERS.



Edward Blore, Esq., D.C.L., F.B.s., F.S.A., 4 Manchester S.nmre, w.

Matthew Ilolhech Bhixarn, E.sq., F.s.A., Ru2;by.

The Rev. J. Bosworth. d.d., F.B.S., F.S..V. , Christ Church, Oxford ; Professor of

Ando-Saxon, I^iiv. Oxford ; PH.D. of Leyden ; LL.D. of Aberdeen ; Cor-

resiiondina- Member of the Royal Institute of the Netherlands ; M.B.s. of

Lit., London ; Houorary f.k.s. of Sciences, Norway ; f.s.a. Copenhagen ;

F. of Lit. S. Leyden, Utrecht, Rotterdam, Bristol, Newcastle-upon-Tsiie, etc.
The Rev. J. S. Brewer, 5f.A., Professor of History, King's College, London, and

Preacher at the Rolls Chapel, General Record Office, London, E.c.
The Lord Denman.

James Fergusson, F.B.I.B.A., F.E.A.S., 20 Langham Place, "w.
Auirustus W. Franks. Esq., F.S.A., British Museum, vr.c.
Sir Thomai; Duffus Hardy, Deputy Keeper of the Records, Rolls House, Chancer)-

Lane. w.c.
The Very Rev. "Walter Farquhar Hook, d.d.. Dean of Chichester.
The Rev. Thomas Hugo, The Rectory, "West Hackney, K.
Cosmo Innes, Esq., Professor of History, Edinburgh University, Inverleith Row,

Edinburgh.
John Henrv- Parker, Esq., c.B., f.s.a., Oxford.
M. Le Grande Reiilandt, Membre honoraire de la Societe d'Histoire de la Flandro

maritime de France, Membre corre.-!pondant de la Societe Imperiale des

Sciences de Lille, Controleur dans 1' Administration des Finances de

Belirique, etc.
Sir G. Gilbert Scott, f.s.a.
C. Roach Smith, Esq., f.s.a., Hon. Member of the Societies of Antiquaries of

Newcx<tle-upon-TvTie, Scotland, France, Normandy, The ^foriui, Abbeville,

Pieardy, Coi>enhagen, and Spain, Temple Place, Strood.
The Very Rev. Arthur Peurhyn Stanley, D.D., f.s.a., Dean of Westminster.
The Lord Talbot de Malahide, f.s.a., Malahide Castle, Dublin.
The A'en. Archdeacon Trollope, f.s.a., Leasingham, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.
The Rev. Robert "Willis, m.a., f.b.s., f.g.s., Jacksonian Professor of Natural and

Experimental Philo.<ophy, Cambridge.
Thomas Wright, m.a., f.s.a., etc., 1 1 Sidney Street, Brom]>ton, s.w.



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MEMBERS.



Corrected to March 4, 1874.



THE * DENOTES LIFE COMPOtTNDEBS.



Abergavenny, The Earl of, Birling Manor, Maidstone.

Ac\^■orth, G. Brindley, Esq., f.s.a.. Star Hill, Rochester.

♦Adams, G. E., Esq., Rouge Dragoii, College of Arms, Doctors' Commons, E.c.

Akers, Rev. George, West Mailing, Maidstone.

Akers, Mrs., Mailing Abbev, West Mailing, Maidstone.

Jlcock, Rev. John Price, Hon. Canon of Canterbury, The College, Asiiford.

Alcock, Rev. John Price, Jnu., Birchington Vicarage, Margate.

♦Alexander, W. Cleverley, Esq., Hornse}-, N.

♦Alexander, R. H., Esq., Mount Mascal, Bexley, s.E.

Amherst, The Earl, President, Montreal, Sevenoaks.

*Amhurst, "William Amhurst Tyssen, Esq., Didlington Hall, Brandon, Norfolk.

Andrews, Mr. Henry, Court Lodge, Great Chart, Ashford.

Angell, Charles Frederick, Esq., f.s.a., Grove Lane, Camberwell, s.E.

Angerstein, William, Esq., Woodlands, Blackheath, s.E.

Appach, Thomas, Esq., Sibton House, Lyminge, Hythe.

Arnold, Augustus, Esq., The Precincts, Rochester.

Arnold, G. M., Esq., Milton Lodge, Gravesend.

A.sh, Rev. Jarvis Holland, d.c.l., 10 Hungershall Park, Tunbridge Wells.

Astlej', Edward Ferrand, Esq., m.d.. Marine Parade, Dover.

Astlev, Rev. T. C, m.a., Brasted Rectorv, Sevenoaks.

Atheiiffium Club, The, Pall :Mall, s.^v.

*Austen, Francis, Esq., Broadford Hou.<e, Staplehurst.

Austen, Rev. John Thomas, b.d., Hon. Canon of Canterbury, Rector}-, West

AYickham, Beckenham.
Austin, Henry George, Esq., f.r.i.b.a., Canterbur}\
Aveling, Stephen T., Esq., Rochester.
Aveling, F. H. Esq., m.d., 1 LTpper Wimpole Street, w.

Bailey, Charles, Esq., f.e.i.b.a., Guildhall, E.c.

Bailej', Rev. Henry, d.d., Hon. Canon of Canterbury, Warden of St. Augustine's

College, Canterbury.
*Bailey, Thomas F., Esq., London.
Baird, Mrs., Finchcox, Goudhurst.

Baker, Thomas, Esq., 31 Victoria Road, Old Charlton, s.E.
Baker, T. H., Esq., Owletts, Cobham, Gravesend.
Baker, Rev. Frederick Walter, ^r.A., Sparkeswood, Rolvenden.
Ball, Mr. John Howell, Strood.

Balston, Yen. E., d.d., Archdeacon of Derby, Bakewell Vicarage, Derbyshire.
Balston, AV., Esq., Springfield, Maidstone. '
Banks, Mr. W. E., 39a Gracechurch Street, E.c.
Barbadoes, The Right Rev. the Bishop of.
Barrow, Francis, Esq., 1 Pump Court, Temple, E.c.



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Bartlett, ]klr. Samuel John, 53 Week Street, IMaidstone.

liajisct, James, Esq., Eoobcster.

IJatlmrst, Henrv, Esq., H.P., Gressenhall, East Dereham, Norfolk.

Battye, Kev. "\V. AVilberforce, Hever K«ctory, Edeubridge.

Bavden, Thomas, Esq., Ilvthe.

Baylev, Francis, Esq., 66 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, w.

Bf'alc.' Bev. S. C. Tresse, M.A., Eastgate, Teuterden, Ashford.

Bi-ale, "William, Esq., ilaidstouc.

•Bean, Alfred Wm., Esq., Danson Park, Welling, s.E.

Beat tie, Alexander, Esq., Somerhill, Chislohnrst.

•Beanmont, Charles, Esq., Tunbridge Road, Maidstone.

Bedo, Mr. Geon,'e, Longhedue 'NA'orks, Wandsworth Road, s.w.

Beeby, AV. T., Esq., M.D., Bromley, Kent.

BeeciiinL'. Arthur Thomas, Esq., Tunbridge.

Beke, Charles T., Esq., PH.D., F.s..\., F.B.G.s., etc., Beke.«bournc, Canterbury.

Belcher, Rev. Evans, Cranbrook.

Bill, Matthew, Estj., f.g.s.. Bourne Park, Canterbury.

•Bellamy. Mrs., 8 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells.

Benham", Rev. W., b.d.. The A'icarage, ^Margate.

*Beniioch, Francis, E.sq., F.s..\., M.E.S.L., The Knoll, Blackheath, s.E.

Berens, Henry Hulso, Esq., Sidcup, Chislehurst.

Berens, Mrs., 18 Brutou Street, w.

Beresford-Hope, Alexander J. B., Esq., ii.P., d.c.l., f.s.a., pees. b.i.b..\.

Bedgebury Park, Cranbrook.
Beresford-Hope, The Lady Mildred, Bedgebury Park, Cranbrook.
Best, Major, Boxlej', Maidstone.
Bevan, Rev. Philip Charles, Worthing.
Bingham, Colonel G. W. Poulett, c.B., Manchester.
Birch, Rev. Charles, m.a., Foot's Cray Rectory.

Bishop, William Henry, Esq., 8 Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington.
Blakesley, Very Rev. J. W., b.d.. Dean of Lincoln, The Deanery, Lincoln.
Blencowe, Robert W., Esq., m.a.. The Hook, Lewes.
Bligh, The Lady Isabel, Birling Vicarage, ilaidstone.
Bliss, Rev. J. W., m.a., Betteshanger Rectory, Sand\vich.
Blomfield, Rev. G. J., m.a.. Aldington Rectory, Hj'the.
Board, John, Esq., AVesterham, Edenbridge.
Bolton, Mr. Josejih, King Street, Dover.
Boodle, Rev. John Adolphus, m.a.. West Mailing, Maidstone.
Boscawen, The Hon. the Misses, The Grove, Sevenoaks.
Bosfuwen, The Hon. James, Sevenoaks.
Buttle, Mr. Ale.xander, Dover.



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