Gloucestershire Notes and Queries: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine Devoted to the History and Antiquities of Gloucestershire, Volumen4

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William Phillimore Watts Phillimore, Sidney Joseph Madge
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, and Company, Limited, 1890
 

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A Gloucester Worthy of the present Century
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Curious Custom 1527 Smyth v Smyth an Impostor Defeated
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The Rev John Parsons House at Redland Bristol 1529 Restoration of Lechlade Church
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Monumental Inscription
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Parliamentary Election Compromise 1842
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The Accident at Olverston Church on Christmas Day 1838
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The Annual Transcripts of Parish Registers
31
Dyer Family of WottonunderEdge 1537 Sir Nevill Poole Knt M P for Cirencester 1626
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Rev Henry Richards Letter on Horfield Manor 1541 Inscriptions on Early English Pottery 1542 Rutter Family of Gloucestershire
33
Poole Family of Saperton 1544 Pleas of the Crown for the County of Gloucester A D 1221
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A Statue of Edward Colston Suggested
40
Monumental Inscriptions
41
An Act concerning the Condytes at Gloucester 33 Hen VIII
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The Severn Fisheries
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Monumental Inscriptions
54
The Redesdale Memorial Hall
55
The First Bank in the West of England 1552 A Remarkable Dream
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Cirencester
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A Bristol Ruminating
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Strange Treatment of a Methodist Preacher 557 The Post Office Sixty Years
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Monumental Iuscriptions
63
Memorials of the Rev John Bryant Clifford of Bristol
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Earl Brhitric and his Successors
65
Poem written on leaving Badminton 1836
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A Domestic Outrage in Gloucestershire circa 1220
71
Lechlade Church
73
Mock Mayors
74
The Berkeley Memorial Case
75
Monumental Inscriptions
80
A Tour within the Borough of Stroud
86
The Morley Inscriptions Bristol
92
The Forest of Dean
100
Members for Tewkesbury in the Long Parliament
130
1869
135
466
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316
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Miss Ann Wickss Bequests
176
Monumental Inscriptions
187
1547
193
Robert of Gloucester the English Chronicler
199
The Wise Women of Gloucestershire
205
Gloucestershire and the Spanish Armada
212
1708
216
A Specimen of the Gloucestershire Dialect
219
Local Names of Gloucestershire
225
1554
229
The Preservation of Church Registers
237
1825
242
166o The late Thomas William Cattell
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Selections from the Calendars of State Papers Domestic
253
The Wealth and Splendour of Edward Duke of Buckingham
261
Views of Berkeley Castle 1840
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Marriage under Difficulties Seventy Years
272
Monumental Inscriptions
279
The Iron King of the Forest of Dean
285
Two Gloucestershire Brasses in Oxford
295
1698
298
a Cotswold Ballad
304
Ciziter
319
The Sissmore Family of Maisemore
325
Compulsory Churchgoing
331
The Healthiness of Northleach
337
A Newspaper Jubilee 1889
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Recovery of an old Bristol Mace
401
1717
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Another Legend of Cooks Folly
416
Extracts from the MS Calendars of Close Rolls Hen III
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John Geree M A Minister of Tewkesbury 16211645
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An interesting Letter of Bishop Frampton Dec 24 1689
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Exton Monument to Baptist Noel third Viscount Campden etc
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George Fettiplace of Coln St Aldwyns
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Joseph Allen D D Bishop of Bristol 18341836
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Monumental Inscriptions
462
The Castle Ditch Bristol
470
Monumental Inscriptions
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The Jerningham Family of Painswick
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The Mayor of Bristol and the Riots of 1831
511
Local Cases of Longevity 18801889
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An Incident of Life in Gloucestershire in the Fourteenth Century 514
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Monumental Inscriptions
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The Conservancy of the Severn 5191
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Gloucester and Bristol
520
Maisemore Register of Baptisms 16001663 concluded 524
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Monumental Inscriptions from other Counties
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The Steep Holm in 1625
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Richard the Thirds Permission to wear bis Livery The State of Gloucestershire circa 1536
540
Monumental Inscriptions
543
King Lucius and Gloucester Discovery of an ancient Guest House in Gloucester
548
The late Thomas Gambier Parry D L of Highnam Court
549
The old Post Offices Bristol
551
External Church Work in the Diocese during 1889
552
The Effigy of King Edward II in Gloucester Cathedral
553
Destruction of Hasleden or Hazelton Tithe Barn by Fire
555
Thomas Dover M B 1887 Oldisworth Family
556
The Preservation of the Fairford Windows
557
Monumental Inscriptions
558
The Cowley or Colley Family
563
Upton St Leonards Church and Bells
566
265
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Cirencester and the Four Ways
570
Cider and Perry Brandy
571
Complaint of the Conduct of the Lady Anne Berkeley
572
The Blood of Hales
575
1897 Bishop Cheneys Desire to Resign 1563
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Monumental Inscriptions
577
Monumental Inscriptions
579
A strange Superstition
580
The Gloucestershire Society in London
581
The Rev Robert Cox Clifton M A 1903 Gwinnett Family 1904 Somers Family
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The Lists of the Mayors of Bristol 1906 Bishop Halls Grant of Bibles 1907 Willington Family 1908 The Surname Sterridge or Stirridge 1909 The Pat...
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Monumental Inscriptions
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An unpopular Tax on Cider 1763
585
Further Notes on Rockhampton Parish
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The Death of a veteran Journalist of Cheltenham 1914 Lines on the Death of Luke Singleton
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Abbot Berkeley of Flaxley 1916 The first Protestant Free Library in England
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The Fry Collection of Bibles
598
The Jeřningham Family of Painswick 1919 A Gloucestershire Scandal in the Fifteenth Century
600
Sir John Francis Davis Bart K C B F R
603
Monumental Inscriptions 1922 Lines written after a Visit to Bristol Cathedral
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Farm Řents in the last Century
614
6 6 6 6S Ố
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Selections from the Calendars of State Papers Domestic
627
The Patronage of Painswick Vicarage
638
The Gloucestershire Society in London
647
1779
662
1794
680

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