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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 72  1958  page v + vi

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Contents

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List of Officers, xii, xiii; List of Local Secretaries, xiv; Committees, xv; Corresponding
   Societies, xvi ;; List of Members, xviii. Report and Accounts for the Year ended 31st
   December 1957  xlii ;  Report for the Year ended 31st December, 1958 lvii ; 
   Archaeologia Cantiana Fund—Donations, 1958  lxviii
1. The Astleys of Maidstone. By Robert H. Goodsall, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.(Retd.) 01
2. Medieval Buildings in the Joyden’s Wood Square Earthwork
   By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. and J. E. L. Caiger

18
3. Bexley Church: Some Early Documents. By F. B. H. Du Boulay, M.A., F.R.Hist.S 41
4. Melcombe Mill: A Fourteenth Century Building Account. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D. 54
5. The Cult of the "Pseudo-Venus" in Kent. By Frank Jenkins, F.S.A. 60
6. The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead. Excavation of the Watling Street, Shop
    and Pedestal, Site B. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc.

77
7. Dover: Stembrook and St. Martin-le-Grand, 1956. By Philip A. Rahtz 111
8. The Lowy of Tonbridge. By W. V. Dumbreck 138
9. The Custumal of Kent. By Felix Hull, B.A., Ph.D. 148
10. Discoveries at Reculver, 1955-57. By Brian J. Philp 160
11. The Employment of an Eighteenth Century Organist. By Robert H. Hiscock, LL.B. 167
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Messrs. Best, Brewers of Chatham. By Rosemary A. Keen, B.A.

172
13. Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1957-58 182
14. Researches and Discoveries in Kent 186
15. Miscellaneous Notes 227
16. Reviews 234
17. Obituaries 237
18. General Index 240

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