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'Fasti' of English Presbyterian theological students, 1845 [Andrew Hamilton, d. 1900; John Sinclair, d. 1903; the Rev. George Lillie, d. 1881; the Rev. Robert Henderson, d. 1910; Norman Macbeth, R.S.A., d. 1888; Adam Steward, d. 1881; John Ogilvy Moore,    
'Finch versus Batger.' Do religious acts constitute worship? [An account of the suit of Henry Finch of Reading, d. 1805, upon his expulsion from a quarterly meeting]    
'Fire pits' at Camelon, Stirlingshire David J Breeze, Denise Rich-Gray 513–517
'First publishers of truth' in Norwich: A booke of ye sufferings of the people of God cald Quakers in the citty of Norwich [1654]    
'for beauty and desirability there is none in the kingdom to be compared: Thomas Telford, James Watt and the evolution of Glasgow's water supply Louise Turner 413–434
'Friends, Romans, school children!' - archaeology and education in Croydon Gillian Batchelor 199–205
'Frisisk klede'? En diskusjon omkring noen fine tekstiler fra yngre jernalder [Frisian cloth? Discussion of some fine textiles of the Late Iron Age] Anne Stine Ingstad 81–95
'Full of imageis': the Ripon alabasters [16th century] Pauline E Sheppard Routh 93–100
'Garland day' at Looe Miss E Hicks  
'Giant Strides' in documentaries, 'Ascents' in archaeology Joel Sperry 335–346
'Giffard's jump' [being chiefly an account of the Giffard family] H F Giffard  
'Gleanings of Antiquity in Verolam and St Albans [ms. of Dr Joshua Webster, c. 1740]    
'Go and build an Iron Age house they said' - the Grimsby project Philip J Wise 239–245
'Gothicism, ignorance and a bad taste': the destruction of Arthur's O'on Iain Gordon Brown 283–287
'Grass Banks Between the Storage Tanks' Ed Carpenter 15–23
'Halnaker' or 'Halfnaked A Anscombe  
'Hands across the sea Sir R Lethbridge  
'Hastings museum', Victoria Institute, Worcester: its history, development and arrangement W H Edwards  
'Haxey Hood' game P D Taylor  
'Her Majesties manor of Ecclesall' [and depositions concerning it taken at Sheffield, 1587] J R Wigfull  
'Heu Ddinbych', Hiraethog moors [ruins of unknown origin]    
'Horrible, speculative, nasty, dangerous Lee Bray 175–185
'How we found a tumulus' a story of the Orkney Islands - the journal of Lady Burroughs Diana M Reynolds 115–124
'Hulls' in Cornwall: a survey and discussion Michael Tangye 31–52
'Ill-understood relics': a group of early Anglo-Saxon artifacts in the University Museum [Philadelphia] Genevieve Fisher 13–21
'Images de l'archéologie', un premier vidéodisque pour l'archéologie classique [A first videodisc for classical archaeology] René Ginouvès 227–234
'In fines Borestorum' - to the land of the Boresti Ian Keillar 2–9
'Islands' in Holocene forests: implications for forest openness, landscape clearance and 'culture-steppe' species Nicki J Whitehouse, David N Smith 199–208
'Islington' [meeting], London R S Robson  
'Isolated' Roman bath-houses John PARSONS 85–88
'Ivory [i.e. bone] ship-models L G Carr Laughton  
'Jacob's Well' [an inn], Trinity Lane, York J Solloway  
'Jang Nafuskh' and 'The red thread of honour'. [The destruction, in 1840 during the first Afghan war, of a small British force commanded by Lieut. Walpole Clarke, and a Baluchi ballad composed upon the occasion, with an English translation by L. Dames] A C Yate  
'Javelins' and 'javelin men' [the uniformed bodyguard of the judges of assize when at Devizes] B. Howard Cunnington  
'Jemmy' Wood of Gloucester [d. 1836], a famous country banker    
'Josippon' in England L Wolf  
'Katherine F Lambarde  
'Keltisch' oder 'römisch'? Bemerkungen zur Typgenese de spätrömischen Ruderschiffe von Mainz ['Celtic' or 'Roman'? Observations on the origins of the late Roman ruddered ships from Mainz] Olaf Höckmann 403–434
'King John's Palace', Gravesend: some notes on a riverside Edwardian royal manor house R H HISCOCK 193–205
'Kombinations-Statistik' und 'Seriation'. Zu Methode und Ergebnis der Bronzezeit-Chronologie K Goldmanns ['Combination-statistic' and 'seriation'. The methods and results of K Goldmann's Bronze Age chronology] Helmut Ziegert 21–52
'Lake and victory E B Maunsell  
'Landscape History' and current trends in landscape studies Della Hooke 33–52
'Latten' candlesticks in the Leicestershire Museums' collection [compositions] Roger Brownsword, E E H Pitt,
R A Rutland
'Le Newerk of Maydeston' – Excavation of a Medieval Hospital Site at St Peter's Wharf, Maidstone Michael Henderson, Heather Knight 115–130
'Leaden Porch': a well-documented Watford house [of early 16th century?] K A Smith 3–9
'Little John's grave' [at Hathersage] and the lawful village perch S O Addy  
'Londe civits' [short cross imitation coins struck at ?Lemgo] J J North 267–268
'London yearly meeting during 250 years.' [Additions to the volume of addresses]    
'Look what we've found' - a case study in public archaeology Francis Pryor 51–61
'Lost? Jane Summers 11–11
'Masonic old charges R H Baxter  
'Móin na g Caoineach' tower-house, Drimmeen, Co Clare Martin A Timoney 13–16
'Medieval' samian ware - a medicinal suggestion [powdered samian in medicine] John Bradley 196–197
'Melting tin' in the west of England: a study of an old art Bryan Earl 153–161
'Memoirs of a gentlewoman of the old school' [Mrs Ann McTaggart, d. c. 1830] Edith Birkhead  
'Memoirs of the life of Thomas Martin, gent. [d. 1771], F.A.S., of Palgrave in Suffolk; with an account of the disposal and dispersion of his large and valuable collection of manuscripts, printed books, papers, coins and other curiosities;    
'Mid pleasures and palaces': archaeological work at the royal sites of London David Sturdy 417–422
'Muddling through J Aye  
'My body to be buried in my owne monument': the social and religious context of Co. Kilkenny funeral monuments, 1600–1700 Paul Cockerham 239–365
'My painted chamber' and other rooms Rupert Austin, Sheila Sweetinburgh 105–145



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