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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 64  1951  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, x ; List of Local Secretaries, xii ; Records Branch, xiii ; Corresponding
   Societies xiv ; List of Members, xvi; Report for the Year ended 31st December,1950
   xxxix;  Financial Accounts for 1950 xlix ; Illustrations Fund, 1950 liv; 
   Report and Illustrations Fund for the Year ended 31st December, 1951 lv
1. A Sydney Lawsuit. By M. R. Toynbee, F.S.A. 01
2. Dudda’s Land in Canterbury. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A. 13
3. The North Downs Main Trackways. By Ivan D. Margary,. F.S.A. 20
4. The Cartulary of Leeds Priory. By Leslie Sherwood 24
5. Two Mounds at Nash Court, Boughton. By R. F. Jessup, F.S.A. 35
6. John Lewis of Margate. By The Rev. Canon John Shirley, D.D., F.S.A. 39
7. Three Associated Neolithic Axes from Pembury. By P. J. Tester 57
8. Archaeological Notebook. Canterbury, 1949-51. By Frank Jenkins 63
9. An Early Poor Law Account. By A. F. Allen 74
10. The Kent Properties of the Nunnery of St. Mary, Clerkenwell. 
   By W. O. Hassall, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.

85
11. Tudor Wall Paintings in Gore Street House, Monkton, Thanet. By F. H. Worsfold, F.S.A. 92
12. Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. Second Series. Part I. 
   By F. C. Eilliston-Erwood, F.S.A.

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13. Excavations at Keston Church, 1950. By E. D. C. Jackson and N. Piercy Fox 110
14. Ancient Human Bones from Canterbury Cathedral. 
   By The Rev. Canon F. John Shirley, D.D., F.S.A

112
15. Some Kentish Indents. IV. By R. H. D’Elboux, M.C., M.A., F.S.A. 116
16. Excavations at Dover, 1945-1947. 
   By Leslie Murray Threipland, B.A., F.S.A., and K. A. Steer, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.

130
17. Researches and Discoveries in Kent, 1950 150
18. Miscellaneous Notes:
   Keston Field Club
   County Archives: Ancient Manuscripts
   Map of Monastic Britain
   Map of Ancient Britain
   The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial
   Kent Manuscripts
   Early Cricket—A Correction
   Bribery in an Election for Dover in 1728
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19. Reviews:
   The History of Gillingham (Kent). By Philip Rogers
   Kent. By Reginald Turnor
   A Yeoman of Kent. By Ralph Arnold
   Kent, our Glorious Heritage. By H. R. Pratt Boorman....
   The Old Book of Wye. By 0. E. Hubbard
   Canterbury. By William Townsend
   Cobham Hall, Kent. By Ralph Arnold
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20. Obituaries—Sir Thomas Colyer-Fergusson, Bart., F.S.A.
                   The Rev. Canon S. W. Wheatley, M.A., F.S.A.
                   Mrs. Elizabeth Selby, M.B.E
                   The Rev. Canon Grevile M. Livett, F.S.A.
                   The Rev. R. W. Harrison Acworth
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21 General Index 189

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