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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 46  1934  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, x; List of Local Secretaries, xii Societies in Union, xiii; List of Members, xiv
   Report for Year ending 31st December, 1933 xxxvii, Financial Account for 1933 xlvi
   Illustrations Fund, 1933  l
1. The Sow and Pigs; A Study in Metaphor. By George C. Druce, F.S.A. 01
2. The Lathe of Aylesford in 975. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A. 07
3. Some Early Kentish Wills. By C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A. 27
4. Milton next Sittingbourne Wills—III.  By Arthur Hussey 36
5. Some Documents concerning the building of Cowling (Cooling) Castle and Cobham College. 
   By D. Knoop, G. P. Jones and N. B. Lewis

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6. Field Notes in the Canterbury District. By O. G. S. Crawford, F.S.A. 57
7. Old Kentish Recipes. By  Cecil A. V. Browra 63
8. The Beacon System in Kent. By H. T. White, A.M.I.C.E 77
9. An Inventory of an Innkeeper's Possessions in 1685.  97
10. A Note on the Corona of St Thomas of Canterbury. By Francis E. Bromley 102
11. The Ballard Family Register. By Miss Frances M. Ballard and W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A. 110

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12. Ancient Stained Glass in Bishopsbourne Church.  By N. E. Toke 113
13. The Topography of some Saxon Charters relating to the Faversham District. 
   By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.

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14. Brook Farm, Reculver. By C.R. Councer 137
15. The Vineyards of Northfleet and Teynham in the Thirteenth Century. By Dorothy Sutcliffe. 140
16. Notes on Wallpapers. By Aymer Vallance 150
17. An Early Alteration of the Boundary between Kent and Surrey. By Bernard F. Davis 152
18. Eynsford Church in the Valley of the Darent. By Grevile Mains Livett, B.A., F.S.A. 156
19. The Plan of St Austin's Abbey, Canterbury. By Canon R. U. Potts, F.S.A. 179
20. Reports of Local Secretaries 195
21. Miscellaneous Notes:
   The Snodland Skeleton
   An Ancient Burial on the line of the so-called Pilgrim’s Way at Westwell
   Ancient British Gold Coin
   Wealden Iron Bloomery
   An Early Iron Age Site at Deal
   A Jutish Burial above Deal
   Discoveries during the Main Drainage Works, High Street, Canterbury
   Eastbridge Church
   Report on Trial Excavations at Bigberry Camp 
   The Descent of Oxenhoth Manor, West Peckham, Kent
   A Mediaeval Key from Deal
   The Hannen Papers
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22. Reviews:
   "Kent Keepers of the Peace." By Bertha Haren Putnam. Ph.D 
   "Calamy Revised." By A. G. Matthews, M.A.
  
"Dartford." By Sidney Kilworth Keyes 
  
"Companion into Kent." By Dorothy Gardiner
   "
Kentish Architecture as Influenced by Geology." By John Archibald, L.R.I.B.A., M.T.P.I.
   "
A Saunter Through Kent with Pen and Pencil.’ 
        By Sir Charles Igglesden, F.S.A. Volumes XX VII and XXVIII
   "Sands, Clays and Minerals"
   "History of Knockholt, Kent." By G. H. Marlow 
   "
The Posthumous Miracles of King Henry VT.’ Edited by Paul Grosjean 
   "
The Rev. Jeremiah Smith, 1653-1723"
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23. Records Branch 235
24. Obituary:
   F. W. Shilling

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25. General Index 237

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