Archaeologia (1860)
Volume 38
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ARCHAEOLOGIA:

OR,

MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS

RELATING TO

ANTIQUITY.

PUBLISHED BY

THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON.

VOLUME XXXVIII.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY J. B. NICHOLS AND SONS, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET.

SOLD AT THE SOCIETY'S APARTMENTS IN SOMERSET PLACE;

AND BY JOHN HENRY PARKER, 377, STRAND.


M.DCCC.LX.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.


PAGE
  1. I.—
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    1—18
  1. II.—
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    19—36
  1. III.—
    Observations on the Remains of an Anglo-Norman Building in the Parish of Saint Olave, Southwark, hitherto assumed to have been the Hostelry of the Prior of Lewes, but now believed to have been the Manor House of the Earls of Warren and Surrey in Southwark. In Two Letters from George Richard Corner, Esq., F.S.A., to John Yonge Akerman, Esq., Secretary
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    37—53
  1. IV.—
    "Furca et Fossa:" A Review of certain modes of Capital Punishment in the Middle Ages. By John Yonge Akerman, Secretary
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    54—65
  1. V.—
    Note sur les Fouilles exécutées à la Madeleine de Bernay (Normandie) en Fevrier 1858; par l'Abbe Cochet, Hon. F.S.A.
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    66—76
  1. VI.—
    Notes on the Great Seals of England used after the Deposition of Charles I. and before the Restoration in 1600. By William Durrant Cooper, Esq., F.S.A.
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    77—83
  1. VII.—
    Second Report of Researches in a Cemetery of the Anglo-Saxon period at Brighthampton, Oxon. Addressed to the Earl Stanhope, President, by John Yonge Akerman, Secretary
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    84—97
  1. VIII.—
    Some Additions to the Biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith: in a Letter addressed to Charles Henry Cooper, Esq., F.S.A., one of the Authors of the Athenæ Cantabrigienses, by John Gough Nichols, Esq., F.S.A.
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    98—127
  1. IX.—
    Notes on a Collection of Pilgrims' Signs, of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Centuries, found in the Thames. By the Rev. Thomas Hugo, M.A., F.S.A.
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    128—134
  1. X.—
    Observations on a Grant of an Advowson of a Chantry to a Guild in 34 Henry VI., exhibited by Joseph Jackson Howard, Esq. F.S.A. By Weston Styleman Walford, Esq. F.S.A.
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    135—148
  1. XI.—
    Observations on the Ancient Domestic Architecture of Ireland: in a Letter addressed to the Earl Stanhope, President, by John Henry Parker, Esq. F.S.A.
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    149—176
  1. XII.—
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    177—187
  1. XIII.—
    Remarks on certain ancient Pelasgic and Latian Vases found in Central Italy. By Joseph Beldam, Esq. F.S.A.: in a letter addressed to J. Y. Akerman, Esq. Secretary
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    188—195
  1. XIV.—
    Notice of a Portrait of John, King of France. By the Right Hon. Charles Tennyson D'Eyncourt, M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A.: in a letter to J. Y. Akerman, Esq. Secretary
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    196—201
  1. XV.—
    On Recent Excavations at Carthage, and the Antiquities discovered there by the Rev. Nathan Davis. By Augustus Wollaston Franks, Esq., M.A., Director
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    202—236
  1. XVI.—
    Observations on a MS. Relation of the Proceedings in the last Session of the Parliament holden in the Fourth year of King Charles, A.D. 1628, belonging to the Earl of Verulam. By John Bruce, Esq. V.P.S.A.
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    237—245
  1. XVII.—
    Anonymous Letter to Mr. John Stanhope, Treasurer of the Chamber to Queen Elizabeth, reporting the dispersion of the Spanish Armada. Communicated by the Right Hon. the Earl Stanhope, President; together with remarks on the same by Robert Lemon, Esq., F.S.A. In Letters addressed to Augustus W. Franks, Esq., M.A., Director
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    246—251
  1. XVIII.—
    On Vestiges of Ortholithic Remains in North Africa, and their place in Primeval Archæology . By A. Henry Rhind, Esq., F.S.A.
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    252—271
  1. XIX.—
    Some Observations relating to Four Deeds from the Muniment Room at Maxstoke Castle, co. Warwick; exhibited by Joseph Jackson Howard, Esq., F.S.A. By Thomas William King, Esq., F.S.A., York Herald
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    272—279
  1. XX.—
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    280—307
  1. XXI.—
    An Account of the Latter Years of James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell; his Imprisonment and Death in Denmark, and the Disinterment of his presumed Remains; in a Letter to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., F.S.A., from the Rev. R. S. Ellis, M.A., Chaplain to Her Majesty's Legation at Copenhagen
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    308—321
  1. XXII.—
    Petitions to Charles II. from Elisabeth Cromwell, Widow of the Protector, and from Henry Cromwell. Communicated by Mrs. M. A. Everett Green: in a Letter to John Bruce, Esq. V.P.S.A.
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    322—326
  1. XXIII.—
    Report on Researches in an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Long Wittenham, Berkshire, in 1859. By John Yonge Akerman, Esq., F.S.A., Secretary
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    327—352
  1. XXIV.—
    Inventory of the Goods of Dame Agnes Hungerford, attainted of Murder 14 Hen. VIII.; with Remarks thereon by John Gough Nichols, Esq., F.S.A., and the Rev. John Edward Jackson, M.A., F.S.A.
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    353—372
  1. XXV.—
    On a Historical Tablet of the Reign of Thothmes III. recently discovered at Thebes. By Samuel Birch, Esq., F.S.A.
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    373—388
  1. XXVI.—
    Notices of John Lord Stanhope of Harrington, with reference to certain Letters to him, communicated to the Society by the Earl Stanhope, President, and by Richard Almack, Esq., F.S.A. Together with some Account of Sir Thomas Holcroft and Sir John Wotton, the writers of two of those Letters. By George R. Corner, Esq., F.S.A.
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    389—404
  1. XXVII.—
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    405—421
  1. XXVIII.—
    Notes on the Origin and History of the Bayonet. By John Yonge Akerman, Esq., F.S.A., Secretary
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    422—430
  1. XXIX.—
    On Mural Paintings in Chalgrove Church, Oxfordshire. Communicated through J. H. Parker, Esq., F.S A., by William Burges, Esq.
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    431—438
  1. XXX.—
    On the Discovery of Australia by the Portuguese in 1601, Five Years before the earliest hitherto known Discovery: with arguments in favour of a previous Discovery by the same Nation early in the Sixteenth Century. By Richard H. Major, Esq., F.S.A., in a Letter to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H, F.S.A.
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    439—459

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LIST OF PLATES.


PLATE. PAGE
I.
  1. Plan showing the relative situations of the Norman Buildings in Southwark, described by Mr. Gage and Mr. C. E. Gwilt, in Archæologia, Vols. XXIII. and XXV.
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    37
II.
  1. Anglo-Saxon Swords found at Brighthampton, Oxfordshire
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    96
III.
  1. Anglo-Saxon remains found at Brighthampton and at Yelford, Oxfordshire
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    97
IV.
V.
  1. Pilgrims' Signs found in the Thames
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    134
VI.
  1. Views of the Keep of Athenry Castle, co. Galway, and Blarney Castle, co. Cork
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    170
VII.
  1. Pelasgic and Latian Pottery
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    189
VIII.
  1. Portrait of John, King of France
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    197
[This illustration is presented by the Right Hon. C. T. d'Eyncourt.]
IX.
  1. Plan of Mosaic Pavement from Carthage
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    224
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
  1. Portions of Mosaic Pavement from Carthage
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    228—231