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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 79  1964 Contents page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, xii; List of Local Secretaries, xiv; Committees, xv; Corresponding Societies,
    xvi; List of Members, xviii;. Report for 1964 xlii;  Rules of the Society lxiii
1. The Chetney Hill Lazaret. By P. Froggatt, M.A., M.D., D.P.H. 01
2. The Purchase of Wickham Court by the Lennards. By Mother Mary Gregory 16
3. Two Kentish Hospitals Re-examined: S. Mary, Ospringe, and SS. Stephen and Thomas, 
   New Romney. By S. E. Rigold, F.S.A.

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4. Men of Kent. I. Boys of Bonnington. By Colin Matson 70
5. Darenth Wood; Its Earthworks and Antiquities. By John E. L. Caiger. 77
6. Fruit Growing in Kent in the Nineteenth Century. By David Harvey, Ph.D. 95
7. Notes on the Medieval Chantry College at Cobham. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. 109
8. Excavations at Eccles, 1963: Second Interim Report. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A 121
9. The Vanishing Houses of Kent: 4. Bridge Farm, Bridge. By E. W. Parkin 136
10. The Church of S. Mary and S. Eadburg, Lyminge. By Edward Gilbert 143
11. A Hall-House at Upper Bush. By E. B. Swain 149
12. Notes on Kentish Royal Arms. By V. J. B. Torr 158
13. Springhead: The Temple Ditch Site. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc. 170
14. Kent Archives Office—Accessions, 1963-64 190
15. Shorter Notes 197
16. Researches and Discoveries in Kent 207
17. Reviews 227
18. Obituaries 231
19. General Index 235

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