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Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series, Vol. 14, 1891


Whole volume is Cadwallader J. Bates, The Border Holds of Northumberland, vol. 1 [note: no further volumes were written]
[Preface, etc., i–xxiv]
Introduction. 1
      I. Castles of the Twelfth Century. 4
      II. Castles and Towers crenellated by Licence. 6
      III. Castles and Fortalices in 1415. 12
      IV. Towers erected in the Fifteenth Century. 20
      V. Border Surveys in the Sixteenth Century. 25
      Appendices:
           (A) 'Bretesche'. 54
           (B) Sir David Lyndesey's Tower in Tyndale, 1237. 55
           (C) 'Pele'. 57
           (D) Aeneas Sylvius on the Border, 1436. 61
           (E) 'Barmkin'. 64
           (F) 'Bastle'. 65
           (G) Acts of Parliament for fortifying the Border, 1555 and 1581, and Reports of Border Commissioners, 1584. 65
Warkworth Castle. 81
Dunstanburgh Castle. 167
Preston Tower. 195
Prudhoe Castle. 199
Bamburgh Castle. 223
Bothal Castle. 283
Chillingham Castle. 297
Hebburn Bastle. 302
Ford Castle. 305
Coldmartin Tower. 309
Bewick Tower. 310
Halton Tower. 311
Thirlwall Castle. 323
Heton Castle. 329
Wark Castle. 331
   Appendix: (H) The Relief of Wark Castle by Edward III., 1341. 359
Cocklaw Tower. 370
Bywell Castle. 372
Long Horsley Tower. 380
Howtell Tower. 382
Willimoteswyke. 383
Cockle Park Tower, 390
Tosson Tower, 392
Whitton Tower. 393
Hepple Tower. 396
Cartington Castle. 397
Duddo Tower. 409
Chipchase Tower. 410
   Appendices:
      (I) Bishop Percy and Warkworth. 417
      (K) The Immunity of Bamburgh, 1070. 426
      (L) The Wars of the Roses in Northumberland. 428
Index, 449–465


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