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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 35  1921  page v + vi



List of Officers, Societies in Union, x; Rules and Honorary Members, xiii; List of Members, xvi;  Abstract of Proceedings, 1919-20 .xxxi; Cash Accounts for 1919-20 xxxvi
1. A Roman Cemetery Discovered at Ospringe in 1920. By W. Whiting 01
2 Ash near Sandwich - Cre to How. Part 2. By Arthur Hussey 17
3. Queen Court, Rainham and Queendown, Hartlip. By H. G. Faussett-Osborne 37
4. Churchwardens' Accounts of the Parish of St Andrew, Canterbury, 1485 to 1625
  Part IV., 1553-41596  By Charles Cotton, O.B.E., F.R.C.P.E., M.R.C.S. Eng

5. Architectural Notes on St Edmund Church, Kingsdown near Sevenoaks. By F. C. Elliston Erwood 109
6. The Latest Excavations at St Augustine's Abbey. By the Rev. R. U. Potts, M.A. 117
7. The Earliest Rochester Bridge. Was it built by the Romans? By A. A. Arnold, F.S.A 127

Contents continued page vi

8. Rochester Bridge. The Roman Bridge in Masonry. By John J. Robson, M.I.C.E., Bridge Engineer 139
9. Teynham Church: Architectural Notes. By F.C. Elliston  Erwood
Additional notes by the Editor
10. Obituary. George Payne, F.S.A 161
11. General Index 167

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