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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 76  1961  page v + vi

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Contents

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List of Officers, xii ; List of Local Secretaries, xiv ; Committees, xv ; Corresponding Societies,
   xvii ; List of Members, xviii.; Report and Accounts for 1960 xlii ;  Report for 1961 lxii ; 
   Archaeologia Cantiana Fund—Donations, 1961 lxxvi
1. The Excavation of the Chestnuts Megalithic Tomb at Addington, Kent. 
   By John Alexander, M.A., Ph.D.

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2. Place-Names and Early Settlement in Kent. By P. H. Reaney, Litt.D., Ph.D., F.S.A. 58
3. Denns, Droving and Danger. By Professor F. R. H. Du Boulay, MA., F.R.Hist.S. 75
4. The Roman Villa in Cobham Park, near Rochester. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. 88
5. Algernon Sidney, 1623-1683. By Brigid Haydon 110
6. Broomwood Bronze Age Settlement—St. Paul’s Cray, Kent. By John Parsons 134
7. Chancery and the Cinque Ports in the Reign of Elizabeth I. By William J. Jones 143
8. A Seventeenth-Century Market Town: Tonbridge. By C. W. Chalklin, M.A., B.Litt. 152
9. The Upchurch Marshes in the Time of the First Elizabeth. By John Evans, F.S.A. 163

Contents continued page vi

10. The Finances of Sir Thomas Stapleton in the Early Nineteenth Century. 
   By H. G. Hunt, B.Sc.(Econ.), Ph.D.

169
11. William Rolfe: A Noted Sandwich Antiquarian. By Colin Matson 180
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Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1960-61

186
13. Researches and Discoveries in Kent 191
14. Miscellaneous Notes
    Forestall
    More Kentish Bee-Boles
    Rochester and the City of Guorangon

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15. Reviews 211
16. Obituaries 218
17. General Index 227

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