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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 133  2013  page v + v

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. The Cobbs of Margate: Evangelicalism and Anti-Slavery in the Isle of Thanet, 1787-1834.
   By Toby Ovenden
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2. Roman and Medieval Development of a Canterbury suburban area: excavations at land
   adjoining No.10 Wincheap. By Grant Shand and Alison Hicks

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3. Female Literacy and the Social Identity of the Clergy Family in the Seventeenth Century.
   
By Jacqueline Eales

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4. The Origin of the Lathes of east Kent. By James Lloyd 83
5. 'Le Newerk of Maydeston' - Excavation of a Medieval Hospital site at St Peter's Wharf, Maidstone.
   By Michael Henderson, Heather Knight and Sheila Sweetinburgh

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6. New for Old: The Development of New Tavern Fort at Gravesend in the Industrial Age.
   By Victor Smith

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7. 'Trenching the Ground of Medical Men': Criminality, Respectability and Justice in the
   'West Mailing Poisoning Case', 1882-1883. By Susan Felton and Stephen Hipkin

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The Medieval Misericords of Kent's Parish Churches. By Irene Pellett

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9. 'Objects of Loving Attention': Antiquarian Views of Folkestone. Part 1. By Lesley Hardy 215
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A Reinterpretation of the Gatehouse at Tonbridge Castle. By David and Barbara Martin

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11. The History of Black Mill, St Martin's Hill, Canterbury. By Tania Wilson 277
12. Archaeological Notes and Summaries
   Prehistoric and Romano-British activity and Saxon settlement at Hoo Road, Wainscott.
   An arrowhead from Pineham, near Dover
   Settlement and landscape reorganisation from the middle Iron Age to the early Roman
      Period: excavations south-east of Park Farm, Ashford
   Excavations at the Millworks, Brasted
   Archaeological excavation at the site of the former Taylor's garage, Bridge Street, Wye


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13 Historical Research Notes
   The Meaning of the name Dover
   Kent and the earlier Pipe Rolls (1130-c.l300): some Introductory Notes
   Maidstone and the First World War. Friendly Alien Recruitment and the
      Military Service Convention

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14. Reviews
   Beyond the Horizon: Societies of the Channel and North Sea 3,500 Years Ago
  
Ray Laurence. Roman Archaeology for Historians
  
Keith Parfitt and Trevor Anderson. Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover:
      excavations 1994
  
Brian Philp. The Discovery and Excavation of the Roman Shore-Fort at Dover,
      Kent
  
James A. Galloway (ed.). Tides and Floods, new research on London and the Tidal
      Thames from the middle ages to the twentieth century
  
Sir John Lushington Bt. From Gavelkinders to Gentlemen: a History of the 
      Lushington Family in East Kent from 1200-1700
  
Philip MacDougall. Chatham Dockyard. The Rise and Fall of a Military Industrial
     Complex
  
Martin Hoyles. William Cuffay. The life and times of a Chartist leader
  
David Killingray and Elizabeth Purves (eds). Sevenoaks, An Historical Dictionary
  
Alexander Tulloch. The Little Book of Kent
  
Patricia Richardson. Addington: The Life Story of a Kentish Village
  
Chris Jones. Tunbridge Wells in 1909. The year we became 'ROYAL'. Events and
      attitudes in the town 100 years ago
  
Geoff Lunn. Medway and Swale Shipping through Time
  
Robert Turcan. Tunbridge Wells through Time

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Obituary

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Notes on Contributors

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Annual Report and Accounts

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Committees of the Society

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General Index

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