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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 47 1935 page v + vi
|List of Officers, x; List of Local
Secretaries, xii; Societies in Union, xiii; List of Members, xiv;
Report for Year ending 31st December, 1934 xxxvii; Financial Account for 1934 xlvi;
Illustrations Fund, 1934 l
A Note on the Rev W.M. Gostling and the Roman Altar at Stone-in-Oxney.
By F. William Cock, M.D., F.S.A.
|2.||An Archidiaconal Visitation of 1502. Communicated by C. Eveleigh Woodruff, M.A.||13|
|3.||The Mute Swan in Kent. By N. F. Ticehurst, O.B.E., M.A., F.R.C.S.(Eng.)||55|
Eltham Churchwardens Accounts.
Communicated, with Introduction and Notes, by Aymer Vallance
|5.||A Claim to "Royal Fish" stranded off Dungness. By Charles Johnson, F.S.A., F.B.A.||103|
|6.||The Forgotten Saxon Nunnery of Saint Werburg at Hoo. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A||117|
|7.||The Dissolution of the Kentish Monasteries. By C. R. Councer||126|
|8.||The Westenhanger Charter of 1035. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.||144|
|9.||The Medieval Stained Glass Windows at Upper Hardres. By N. F. Toke||153|
|10.||St Michael's, Canterbury. By Dorothy Gardiner||166|
The Arms of Richard II as shown in the windows at Westwell and
By Ralph Griffin, F.S.A.
|12.||Milton next Sittingbourne Wills - IV. By Arthur Hussey||177|
Contents continued page vi
|13.||Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Faversham. By George Culmer||189|
|14.||Excavations on the site of the Leper Hospital, New Romney. By Miss K. M. E. Murray||198|
|15.||The Chapel of the Knights Hospitallers at Sutton-at-Hone. By P. K. Kipps, F.S.A.||205|
A Denehole at Hammill near Eastry. By John Archibald, L.R.I.B.A.
Report on the Vertebrate Remains from the Hammill Denehole.
By Professor J. Wilfrid Jackson, D.Sc., F.G.S.
Deneholes and Subsidences in areas where later deposits cover the chalk..
By W. P. D. Stebbing, F.S.A., F.G.S.
Notes on three Monumental Drawings from Sir Edward Dering's Collections in
of the Society of Antiquaries. By Mrs. Esdaile
|18.||Reports of Local Secretaries||235|
A Burial on the Site of Tonbridge Priory
Discovery at Coursehorn, near Cranbrook
A Roman Burial Pit at Gillingham, Kent
Roman Cremation Burial at Great Mongeham
The Old Houses behind the Fishmarket, Folkestone
202 Beach Street, Deal
"Historical Notes on the Church of Stone-in-Oxney, Kent." By W. H. Yeandle, M.A.
"Constitutional History of the Cinque Ports." By Miss K. M. E. Murray
"Matter, Myth and Spirit." By Dorothea Chaplin
"Sands, Clays and Minerals"
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