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Archaeologia Aeliana 1st Series, Vol. 1, 1822

Hodgson, Rev. John: Introduction —On the Study of Antiquities. i

Hodgson, Rev. John: Some Account of a Set of Gold Beads, presented to the Antiquarian Society of Newcastle upon Tyne, by His Grace the Duke of Northumberland. 1

Northumberland, Duke of: Extract of a Letter to Thos. Davidson, Esq. of Newcastle upon Tyne. 9

Northumberland, Duke of: Communications respecting Implements of ancient Brass. 11

Hodgson, Rev. John: An Enquiry into the Æra when Brass was used in purposes to which Iron is now applied. 17

Cook, Rev. Joseph: An Extract from Memoranda respecting the Discovery of an ancient Stone Coffin, in the Church-yard of Chatton, Northumberland. 99

Woodhouse, Edward: An Account of the opening of an ancient Grave near Denton, in the County of Northumberland; and some Notices respecting an Arrow Head of Flint. 101

Wood, Rev. James: Some Account of a Saxon Inscription, on a Stone found near Falstone, in the County of Northumberland. 103

Gomme, James: An Account of the Seal of the last Treasurer of the Augustine Monastery at Canterbury. 105

Faber, George Stanley: Remarks on the Inscription to the Zodiacal Ceres, lately discovered at Caervorran, on the Roman Wall. 107

Hodgson, Rev. John: An Enquiry into the Antiquity of an ancient Entrenchment, called Wardley, in the Parish of Jarrow, and County of Durham. 112

Hodgson, Rev. John: Observations on an ancient Aqueduct, and certain Heaps of Iron Scoria, in the Parish of Lanchester, in the County of Durham. 118

Turner, Rev. William: A Description of a Silver Ring found on Towton Moor, in the County of York, in 1770. 122

Hodgson, Rev. John: An Account of a Saxon Coin of Ecgfrith, King of Northumberland. 124

Hodgson, Rev. John: An Account of an Inscription on Fallowfield Fell, in the County of Northumberland. 126

Hodgson, Rev. John: An Account of an Inscription discovered at Walwick Chesters, in the County of Northumberland. 128

Stanton, John: An Account of two Bronze Figures discovered at the Roman Station near the Village of Benwell, in the County of Northumberland. 131

Dickson, G. A.: An Account of an ancient Camp, in the County of Cumberland. 132

Adamson, J.: An Account of a Brass Coin of the Emperor Hadrian. 133

Brockett, J. T.: An Account of the Seal of the Nunnery of St. Bartholomew, at Newcastle upon Tyne. 135

Magnuson, Finno: De Annulo aureo Runicis Characteribus signato, nuper in Anglia invento, et pluribus ejusdem Generis, brevis Dissertatio. 136

Skene, Ph. Orkney: An Account of an Inscription found near Binchester, in the County of Durham. 142

Hodgson, Rev. John: Papers relative to the Plot in the North, in 1663, extracted from the 31st Volume of the Mickleton and Spearman Manuscripts, presented by the Rev. George Wasey, M. A. to the Hon. and Right Rev. Shute, Lord Bishop of Durham, and by him presented, in 1817, to the Library founded by Bishop Cousin, at Durham. 143

Hodgson, Rev. John: Calenders of the Prisoners confined in the High Castle in Newcastle upon Tyne, at the Assizes for Northumberland in the Years 1628 and 1629. 149

Hodgson, Rev. John: Indentures between Sir Francis Brandling and Sir Thomas Swinburne in 1627; and Sir Thomas Swinburne and Thomas Carr, Esquire, in 1629, for delivering over the Gaol of Northumberland, extracted from Sir Thomas Swinburne's Sheriff's book. 164

Bell, John: A Copy of the Return of three Members of Parliament to serve for the County of Northumberland, in 1654. 171

Trevelyan, Walter Calverley: On the Court Party in the House of Commons, in 1677. 173

Crawhall, Thomas: An Account of certain Instruments formerly used for the Purpose of Blasting in the Lead Mines of Colonel and Mrs. Beaumont, at Allenheads. 182

Hodgson, Rev. John: Papers relating to the general History of the County of Durham, in the Time of Charles II. extracted from the 31st Volume of the Mickleton Collection. 187

Tomara, M.: An Account of certain Arrow Heads of bronze, found near Mount Caucasus. 201

Trevelyan, John: An Account of a Roman Ring found at Halton Chesters, and of a Bas Relief Figure of Neptune found at Carrow, in Northumberland. 203

Peterson, Eric: An Account of some Antiquities found at Norby Estate, in Norway. 205

Hedley, Rev. Anthony: An Account of a Sepulchral Inscription, discovered at Little Chesters, in the County of Northumberland. 208

Caley, John: An original Letter of the Reign of Henry VIII. without the date of the year, in the Chapter House, Westminster, with Observations thereon. 213

Hodgson, Rev. John: Some Account of an ancient Plan of Tynemouth, in the County of Northumberland. 216

Buchner, J. Andreas: Extract from a German Pamphlet, intitled "A Tour along the Devil's Wall" published as a Specimen of a projected History of Bavaria, translated by the Rev. Hugh Salvin. 219

Hodgson, Thomas: Observations on the Altar and Inscription found at Tynemouth in the year 1781. 231

Smart, John: An Account of a Roman Station, near Glanton, Northumberland. 239

Hedley, Rev. Anthony: An Essay towards ascertaining the Etymology of the Names of Places in the County of Northumberland. 242

Hodgson, Rev. John: Observations on the Roman Station of Housesteads, and on some Mithraic Antiquities discovered there. 263

Appendix
Dickson, G. A.: I. An Account of a Roman Altar. 3
Dickson, G. A.: II. An Account of two Roman Altars. 4
Culley, Matthew: III. An Account of an ancient Sword. 5
Dickson, G. A.: IV. Inscriptions found at Old Carlisle, in Cumberland. 5.
Dickson, G. A.: V. Account of a bronze Stamp, or Seal, in the form of a Cross. 6
Hodgson, Rev. John: VI. Some Notice respecting an Inscription on the Bell of Heworth Chapel. 6.
---: VII.—A List of a Collection of Roman Antiquities, found principally at, or near, Housesteads, and which have lately come into the possession of the Society. 7

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