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Abbot of Vale Royal, his splendour and power, 15.
ANCIENT BOROUGH OF OVER, 13, 284.
Archer, Mr., was he the original discoverer of
the use of collodion in photography ?, 255 n.*
AUTHORS OF PAPERS:-
Dawson, Thomas, 73, 282.
Gibson, A. Craig, 139, 290.
Henderson, Ebenezer, LL.D., 288.
Hume, Rev. A., D.C.L., 283, 296.
Simpson, Professor J. Y., 257, 287.
Baar, Rev. Dr., author of paper 294.
Base money, mentioned by Chaucer, 195.
Belisama Estuarium, 264.
Benas, B. L., enrolled a member, 284.
Boggart stones, near Burnley, 7.
Borlase, Dr., cited,3; opinions of on rock basins, 9.
Davies, John Jun., exhibitor, 284.
Dawson, T., author of paper, 73, 282; exhibitor,
Deaf and Dumb: comparison between census of
Dei Gratia, first used on coins and seals, 194.
Jacob, J. G., 281.
Simpson, Professor J. Y., 286.
Towson, J. T., 288, 291, 295, 296.
Haigh, T., enrolled a member, 284.
Halls, ancient, near Over, account of, 22.
Hanging stones, the, near Burnley, 7.
Hardwick, Mr. C., on the topography of Lanca-
Hawkshead. Description of the town, 142; its
Heald, T., enrolled a member, 284.
Heintz, L. W., enrolled a member, 294.
Helsby, Mr., exhibitor, 285.
Henderson, E., LL.D., author of paper, 288.
Henry V, character of, 23.
Henry VI, character of, 23; his resort to alchemy,
Henry VII, coinage of, 196.
Hilbre Islands, original name of, 271; account
Higgins, Rev. H. H., chairman, 283; exhibitor, ib.
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE YEAR 1844,
Hornby, W. P., enrolled a member, 284.
Hunt, Professor, discovers the ferrotype, 255.
India, medals awarded for services in, 167.
Jacob, J. G., exhibitor, 281.
Jeffery, F. J., author of paper, 187, 295; exhibitor,
Jewitt, Ll., donor, 285, 289.
Jews, the, special penalties against, for clipping,
John, coinage of the time of King, 191.
Johnson, D., enrolled a member, 284.
Kelco Cave, Giggleswick, 206.
"King of France," when first star ped on English
LAKELAND OF LANCASHIRE, No. 1-Hawkshead
Lakes, the English, 139; of Lancashire, ib.
Lancashire, East, border district of, 1; hills and
moors of, ib.; geological features of, 2; Roman
Lancashire, Lakeland of, 139.
Lancing down, Sussex, account of a brooch found
Langcliffe Scaurs, caves of, 204.
Legion of Honour, insignia of, granted to British
LIBBARY, ADDITIONS TO:-
Burton, Capt., The Nile Basin, 285.
Catalogue of Liverpool Athenæum Library, 282.
Cust, Hon. Sir E., Lives of the Warriors of
Smith, C. R., Collectanea Antiqua, 287.
2. Transactions and Proceedings of Learned
3. Complete Pamphlets.
Fin-Barre, Life of, 288.
Curiosités Numismatiques, 287.
Gungrog, reminiscences of the old panelling
Inventions and Science, Gallery of, Report,
Lady's and Gentleman's Diary, 285.
Leeds, Wright on the early history of, 294.
Bath, J. D., 284.
Haigh, T., 284.
Heald, T., 284.
Heintz, L. W., 294.
Hornby, W. P., 284.
Johnson, D., ib.
Marson, J., ib.
Mathews, John Jun., ib.
Millichap, G. T., ib.
Perry, Rev. S. G. F., ib.
Porter, T. A., 288.
Robinson, J., 281.
Rundell, W. W., ib.
Mendicants, blind, 242.
deaf and dumb, ib.
Metal, increased value of, 197.
Millichap, G. T., enrolled a member, 284.
MUSEUM, ADDITIONS TO:-
Fossil found in Lancashire Coal, 282.
Photography, history of up to 1844, 249; origin
Pilgrimage of Grace, the, 144.
Porta, J. B., inventor of the camera, 249.
Porter, T. A, enrolled a member, 288.
Portus Sistuntiorum, 264.
Poverty, earl of, who he was, 145.
Punic intercourse with Britain, evidence of, 220.
Richard's Itinerary cited, 264, 265.
Richard iij, character of, 24.
Rickards, C. H., donor, 284.
Rigby, T., author of paper, 13, 284.
Rigging stones, the, 5.
Rigodunum= Ribchester, 264.
Ritter, his discovery in photography, 249.
Robinson, J., enrolled a member, 284.
Rock Basins, 3, 4, 5; how produced, 11; uses of,
Rocking stones near Burnley, 6.
Roman roads, Craven, 224.
ROMAN TOPOGRAPHY OF EAST LANCASHIRE, 263,
Scheele, the first chemical discovery in reference
Shakspeare, papers on, 23, 47; his pictures of
ib.; of insects, 51; of flowers, 52; of weeds,
Simpson, Professor J. Y., M.D., author of paper,
Smith, C. R., his views respecting the objects
SOME RESULTS OF THE CENSUS OF THE DEAF
Sovereign, the, history of the coin, 197.
Standing stones, the, 3.
Stansfield moor, druidical stones on, 6.
Stephenson, Mr., exhibitor, 282.
Steeple stones, the, 4.
Stewart, J., donor, 281.
Stonehouse, J., exhibitor, 286.
Stones, druidical, 3.
Talbot, Mr. Fox, his improvements in the science
Thistleden Dean, druidical stones at, 7.
Todmorden, rock basins at, 3.
Towson, J. T., author of paper, 249, 288, 291;
Tumuli in East Lancashire, 2.
Vale Royal, abbot of, his former splendour and
Warcock hill, natural rocks and boulders on, 4.
Wedgwood, his experiments in photography, 250.
Whitaker, Dr., on rock basins, quoted, 11.
Whitaker, Rev. John, on the topography of Lanca-
Widdop moor, 5.
Wilkinson, T. T., author of papers, 1, 263, 286,
Wookey hole, position of remains found in, 214.
Wright, Mr. T., on the Craven Caves, quoted, 210;
UNIV. OF MICHIGAN,
T. BRAKELL, PRINTER, LIVERPOOL.