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         Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 8  1872 page v + vi

Contents

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Rules and List of Members  ix,  Lit of Contributions to the Illustration Fund, etc  xxxiv,  Balance Sheet 1868  xxxv,  Balance Sheet for 1869  xxxvi,  Balance Sheet for xxxvii, Balance Sheet for 1871  xxxviii
Abstract of Proceedings, 1868, 1869, AND 1870  xxxix

 

1.  Account of the Society's Researches in the Roman Castrum at Richborough. 
   By G. Dowker Esq., F.G.S.

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2. On the Jute, Angel and Saxon Royal Pedigrees. By the Rev Daniel Henry Haigh 18
3. Document Disclosing a Passage in the History of the Twysden Family.
    Communicated by the late Rev L.B.  Larking, and Illustrated by the Rev H.C. Jenkins,,
       Rector of Lyminge, and Hon. Cannon of Canterbury


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4. Inventories of Parish Goods in Kent. in A.D. 1552. Introduction, Ash to Beckenham.
   Communicated by Rev Mackenzie, E.C. Walcott, Rev R.P. Coates, and Rev W, Scott Robertson

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contents continued page vi

5. Notes on the Runic Moments of Kent. By Rev Daniel H. Haigh 184
6. Charters of Cumbwell Priory.  PART III 271
7. Miscellanea
     Tomb of King Henry IV in Canterbury Cathedral
     Documents Relating to a Dispute between the Seven Hundreds and Lydd, concerning the Watch
        at Denge Marsh. Communication by W. J. Lightfoot., Esq
     Notes on Ruckinge Church. By the Rev Edward Muriel, Rector
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8. General Index 317

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