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Museum and Library.

A COLLECTION of British Birds, comprising a very fine pair of Bustards, has been placed in the Museum at Devizes, and may become the property of the Society.

A glass case with specimens may be obtained for the Natural History Room, where it is much needed.

Some outlay is also advisable in order to increase the utility of the Library.

Subscriptions are solicited for these objects, which will be received by the Curators, or at Messrs. LOCKE & Co.'s Bank, Devizes.

WILTSHIRE MAGAZINE.

Bath............... R. E. PEACH, Bridge Street.

Bristol....
T. KERSLAKE & Co., 18, Queen's Road.
Bradford-on-Avon. J. DAY, Old Market Place.
J. J. FOSTER, High Street.

Chippenham

Devizes
... H. F. & E. BULL, St. John Street.
Marlborough LUCY & Co., High Street.
Melksham .... A. COCHRANE, Bank Street.
Oxford... JAS. PARKER & Co., Broad St.

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BROWN & Co., Canal.

Salisbury
Warminster

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... B. W. COATES, Market Place.

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Begulations of Admission to Museum & Library.

THE Museum and Library are open on week days; from Ten to Five, from 1st April to 30th September, inclusive; and from Ten to Four, from 1st October to 31st March, inclusive.

Members of the Society are admitted free to both the Museum and Library at all times when open; and have the privilege of personally introducing to the Museum, without payment, any members of their families residing with them.

Persons who are not Members are admitted to the Museum on payment of sixpence each; or by tickets, which may be obtained from the attendant, in packets of ten at half-a-crown the packet.

All visitors, whether Members or otherwise, to write their names in the book kept for the purpose.

H. F. & E. BULL, PRINTERS, DEVIZES.

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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
FROM THE

ARCHIBALD CARY COOLIDGE
FUND
Feb 9,1931

The Committee of the Wiltshire Archæological and Natural History Society desire, on the part of the Society, to express to the Author of the valuable paper on Stonehenge, their deep sense of his kindness in undertaking that work, at their urgent request, and their gratitude for his generosity in presenting the illustrations.

CONTENTS OF VOL. XVI.

Introduction

Historical and other Notices of Stonehenge from Henry of Huntingdon, to the date of the Publication of Sir R. C. Hoare's "Ancient Wilts, i., (1812.)

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Nos. XLVI.—VII.

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Description of Stonehenge
Geological Character of the Stonehenge Stones
Destruction of the Stones of Stonehenge

The Fall of the Trilithon, in 1797

Flint Flakes found within the Area of Stonehenge

Diggings within the Precincts of Stonehenge, and their results.
The Avenues and Cursus

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PART III.

By whom were these Stones set up? ....
How were these Stones brought and set up?
For what purpose were these Stones set up?
PART IV.
Salisbury Plain and the Stonehenge Barrows
Appearance of Stonehenge from the Plain
The Barrows surrounding Stonehenge and the general results of
their Examination

PART II.

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The Camp at Amesbury, commonly called Vespasian's Camp
Progress of Down-Cultivation around Stonehenge

PART V.

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Appendix, (containing a detailed account of the Investigation of the
Barrows around Stonehenge)

Addenda and Notes

Index of Names.

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