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No. XLVIII.

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Potterne By the Rev. Canon W. H. JONES, M.A., F.S.A.
On the Old Porch House at Potterne: By the Rev. A. C. SMITH, M.A.
On Some Curiosities and Statistics of Parish Registers: By the Rev.
W. C. PLENDERLEATH
"Wiltshire Nonjurors," &c.....
Letter to the Editor
Memoir of Mr. Sotberon Estcourt and Mr. Poulett Scrope
Trust-Deed of the Saxon Church of St. Laurence, Bradford-on-Avon :
By the Rev. Canon JONES...

On an Agreement for Building a Chapel at Lacock: By C. H. TALBOT,
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General Index to the Wiltshire Magazine, Vols. IX. to XVI.
Rules of the Society, &c. ....

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Fllustrations.

Map of Stonehenge and its Environs, from Sir R. C. Hoare's "Ancient Wiltshire, Vol. i., to face Title. Fac-simile of Aubrey's "Icknographie of Stoneheng" from his "Monumenta Britannica," 32. Sketches from the "Monumenta Britannica," 36. Copy of the oldest engraving of Stonehenge, dated 1575, from that made for Gough's edition of Camden's Britannica," 45. Copy of the rude draught of Stonehenge in a MS. in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, (from that in Gough's "Camden,") 46. Chromolithographic Plans of Stonehenge in its original, and in its present state (see page 233), 54. Ground Plan of Stonehenge, from "Ancient Wilts," 54. Stonehenge from "Ancient Wilts," 58. Copy of sketch of the "Slaughtering Stone," made by Mr. Cunnington, F.S.A., in 1802, 93. Copy of Mr. H. Browne's print, showing the manner in which the transverse stones of Stonehenge were connected together, 93. Map to illustrate the Belgic Inroads in the South of Britain (from Dr. Guest's map in "Arch. Journal," viii.), 104. Long Barrow, from Hoare's "Tumuli Wiltunenses," 149. Bowl-shaped Barrow, 149. Bell-shaped Barrow, 149. Disc-shaped Barrow, 149. Section of Discshaped Barrow, at Winterbourne Stoke, 149. Urn, with overhanging rim, 16 inches high, 11 in diameter, (Hoare's "Ancient Wilts," i., 237 and title

page,❞) 168. The " Stonehenge Urn," 169. Incense Cups, 1. “A very

beautiful and perfect grape cup" (Sir R. Hoare "Ancient Wilts," p. 199) from Barrow No. 133. 2. Of the "Contracted" form from Woodyates. (See on this cup Thurnam's British Barrows, "Archæologia," xliii., 373) 169. Drinking Cup, from Barrow No. 93, half-size, 171. Ivory Armlet, from Winterbourne Stoke, 179. Amber Necklace, from Lake, 181. Plates for an Amber Collar, from Lake, 181. Collar of Amber, as restored, from Lake, 181. Gold Beads from Wilts and Norfolk, 183. Gold Plate from Bush Barrow (two-thirds of full size), 183. The Bustard (vignette), 240.

Pedigree of the Longs of Semington, 269. The Market Cross, Devizes, 273. Photograph of Potterne Church, 274. Ancient Font at Potterne, 281. Photograph of the Old Porch House at Potterne, 292.

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The Numbers of this Magazine, will not be delivered, as issued, to Members who are in arrear of their Annual Subscriptions: and who on being applied to for payment of such arrears, have. taken no notice of the application.

All other communications to be addressed to the Honorary Secreries: the Rev. A. C. SMITH, Yatesbury Rectory, Calne; Ar. WM. CUNNINGTON, Argyll House, 361, Cold-Harbour Lane, Brixton, London, S.W.; and C. H. TALBOT, Esq., Lacock Abbey, Chippenham.

The Rev. A. C. SMITH will be much obliged to observers of birds in all parts of the county, to forward to him notices of rare occurrences, early arrivals of migrants, or any remarkable facts connected with birds, which may come under their notice.

Stonehenge and its Barrows.

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

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