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Ecidiacei, list of, 130.

Aglionby, fanciful origin of the name, 168.
Ainslie, Mr., 173.

Aitkin, Capt., 291.

INDEX.

ALLEGORY OF SHAKSPEARE'S TEMPEST, 293.
Amabella de Lathom, seal of, found on the
Cheshire shore, 55.

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290.

Blomaries, near Cunsey, suppressed by Queen
Elizabeth, 169.

Blundell of Crosby, former possessions of, 25.
Bogs, 22,

Bootle, dangerous sands at, 269.
Bos Longifrons, skull of, 213.

Boult, Mr. J., 89, 288, paper by, ed, 2; analysis
of, ib.; quoted, 3, 4, notes; on mosses, 26; as to
ancient burying ground at Leasowe, 37, 92; as
to wasting of Cheshire sea coast, 56; his theory
as to Chat Moss, 63; former papers by, on the
Lancashire and Cheshire sea coast, enumerated,
90; general statement of his views, 91; men-
tioned, 288, 289.

Braithwaite, Philip, account of, 165.
Braithwaite, William, endows Sawrey school, 165.
Brathay hall, account of, quoted, 157.

Bright, E. B., 290.

"Broad pieces" forbidden, 190.
Bronze coinage, 193.
Brough-under-Stainmoor, the Vertera of the
Roman Itinera, 137; ancient remains near,
138; Roman camps near, 139; tumuli near,
141; Brough almost unregarded by Leland,
141; notices of quoted from Burton, 142; from
Mr. Clayton, ib.; from Mr. C. R. Smith, 143;
present aspect of, ib.; Castle, 144; coins and
other remains found, 145; synopsis of Brough
relics, 146.

Burbo bank, notice of, 120.

Burke, W., 285, 289, 291, 293, 296, 297,
Burton, his account of Vertera, 142.

Burying Ground, Ancient, at Leasowe, 36, 92;
traditions respecting, 43.

Buxton, D., 287, 296, 299.
Byssini, list of, 135.

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Comacei, list of, 132, 135, 136.

Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 292.
CAPABILITIES OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, 292.
"Castle's Brass," 144.

CHANGES IN THE SEA COAST OF LANCASHIRE
AND CHESHIRE, 1, 288.

Chapman, Mr., his section of the Cheshire sea
coast, 56.

Charles I, coins of, 181; debases the coinage, ib.
Charles II, coins of, 185.

Char, the, notice of, 155; "clicking " char, anec-
dote respecting, 156.

Chat Moss, eruptions, 3; subterranean trees of,
10; Mr. Boult s theory examined, 63; eruption,
70; extent of, 52, 97; quotations respecting
from Leland and Baines, 96; drainage of, 97;
growth of trees in, ib.
Chatsworth, 299.

Cheshire, Sea coast of, 2; forests of, 7, 10; sub-
marine forests of, 15; sands of, 27; star-grass,
29; burial ground at Leasowe, 2; Swire and
Hutchins's map of Cheshire, notice of, 18.
Cheshire Sea coast. (See also "Leasowe.")
Burying ground on, 2, 63; forests, 7, 10, 15;
sands, 27; star-grass, 29; ancient burying
ground, 36; tombstones, 44, 108; church, 44,
94; antiquities, 51, 55; limits of, 56; extent of
inroads by the sea, 56, 109; sections of, 46, 47,
49, 54, 56; wells, 60; race-course, ib.; old
lighthouse, 62; general remarks on, 104; Mr.
Rollett's opinion on the erosion of, 111; Lieut.
Parkes's survey, 112; increased deposit on, ib. ;
recent archæological products of, 203; strata
of, 204.

Chester bar, change in, 113.

Clayton, Mr. J., observations of on Brough-under-
Stainmoor, 142.

Clicking," legal definition of, 156.

Coffin, a, dug up in Merionethshire, 10.
Cohen, L., 289.

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Coinage, change in, 179.

Coins &c., found at Brough, 144, 146; at Otters-
pool, 197, 199.

COINS.-II. Gothic or Tudor, 175; crowns, 177;
base coins, ib.; harp first used on Irish, ib.;
forged, ib.; date first struck on, 178; sove-
reigns, 178, 179; copper, 179; mill and screw
introduced, ib.; value of gold, 180; weights,
ib.; "siege pieces," 181; clipping, 182, 187;
Commonwealth, 182; Cromwell's, 183.

III. Simonian, 183; petition crown, 185;
change in style, 186; gun-money, 186; mint
marks on, 188; experiment in, ib.; " Vigo," ib.;
broad pieces, 190; last new, 191; Australian,
194.

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Ferry hotel, Windermere, sad anecdote in con-
nection with, 163.

Fires, story of two, 173.

Fir trees grow in bog, 23.
Florin, the, 193.

Forests of South Lancashire, 5; subterranean,
8; submarine, 15; classified, 18.
Formby Sea coast, 29, 32, 35; old churchyard,
74; disappearance of the village, 75; former
condition of the country, 76; "Fifteene
Booke," 78; personal names noticed, 80;
names of places, 82; directory, 83.
Forrest, J. A., 290.

Fungi assigned as the cause of the potato-disease,
129; the assertion questioned, ib.
FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ΟΝ THE ALLEGED

SUBMARINE FORESTS ON THE SHORES OF
LIVERPOOL BAY AND THE RIVER MERSEY, 89,
288. (See also, "Boult, Mr. J.," "Lancashire,"
"Cheshire" and "Leasowe " respectively.)

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James's Iter Lancastrense, 20, 27; 61, n.
Jeffery, F. J., 175, 296.
Jewitt, Ll., 292, 295.

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Lalcaca, D. M., 291.

Lancashire, sea coast of, 2; forests of, 5; mosses
of, 25, 97; sands of, 27; star grass, 29; origin
of local names, 80, n.

Larch, the, qualities of, 161.
Leaden tokens issued, 176.

Leasowe, burial ground at, 2; changes in the
sandhills at, 32; the old lighthouses, remains
of, ib.; ancient burying ground at, 36; church,
44, 94.

Leasowe Castle, furniture in of subterranean
oak, 11; its original use, 61.

Leasowe, Sea coast of, 2; forests of, 7, 10; Sub-
marine forest, 15; sands, 27; stargrass, 29;
ancient burying ground, 36, 92; antiquities,
51, 55.

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Lincolnshire, Subterranean forests of, 10.
Liverpool, ancient forests round, 6; their extent,
7; turf and moss of, 12; former extent of moss
near, 25; earlier maps of, 30; new species of
micro-fungi discovered near, 130; archeolo-
gical objects found near, 195; natural history
of the district, 229; Ornithology and Oology,
235; botany, 254; disruption of soil near, 267;
system of dock extension questioned, ib.
Liverpool Chemists' Association, 296.
Liverpool Courier, extract from, respecting sea
encroachment at Leasowe, 36; remarks on, 93.
Liverpool Literary and Philosophical Society, 298.
Liverpool Polytechnic Society, 296.
Lloyd, Charles, notice of, 155.

London and Middlesex Archæological Society,

295.

"Lost Farm, The," 29.

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Natural History, Notabilia of, 229.
Negri Cristoforo, 285, 291.

Newton, hundred of, ancient forest in, 6.
New Zealand, subterranean forests of, 11.
Nimmo, Mr., on Leasowe shore, 37.
Norfolk and Norwich Archeological Society, 295.
NOTABILIA OF THE ARCHEOLOGY AND NATURAL
HISTORY OF THE MERSEY DISTRICT, DURING
THREE YEARS, 1863-4-5, PART I, 195, 297;
PART II, 229, 297.

NOTICE OF A RECENT DISRUPTION OF SOIL BY
RIMROSE BROOK, 267, 295.
NUMISMATIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM 1066
TO THE PRESENT TIME. PART II, 175, 296.
(See COINS.)

Oak trees do not generally grow in bog, 22; this
statement questioned, 97, 98, 99.

ON AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF BIRDS,
MADE DURING THE DUTCH LADIES' EXPEDI
TION INTO CENTRAL AFRICA, 297.
ON SOME OF THE PROCESSES IN THe Manu-
FACTURE OF PUDDLED IRON, 294.
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BONES FOUND AT LEASOWE, 297.
ORIGINAL LETTER, REFERRING TO THE PRE-
TENDER'S MARCH INTO ENGLAND, IN 1745,
271, 296.

Ormskirk, subterranean trees at, 11.
Ornaments found at Brough, 146.
Otterspool, coins found at, 197, 199.

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Parkes, Lieut., his Survey of the Cheshire coast,

112.

Peat-moss, mode of formation of, 22.
"Petition crown," 185.

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Sand storm, description of a, 31.
Sandys, Archbishop, account of, 167.
Sansom, T., 285, 292.

Satterthwaite, account of, 172; school, ib.
Sawrey, "This" and "The Other," noticed, 164 ;
account of Sawrey school, 165.

Saxon Chronicle, 281.

Scotland, changes in the sea-coast of, 32.
Scotland, coins of, 179.

Sculthorpe, Rev. H. C., 299.

Seaforth, remains of subterranean forest at, 17;
dangerous sands at, 269.

Seals, pewter, found at Brough, 147; found in
the Bug, 149.

Seven shilling pieces, 190.
"Siege-pieces," 181.

Silver coinage, new, of William and Mary, cost
of, 187.

Simon, his petition crown, 185.
Smith, Mr. C. Roach, on Vertera, 143; on pew.
ter seals, 148, 149, 150; mentioned, 287.
Smith, Mr. H. E., his section of Leasowe sea
shore, 54, 204; author of papers &c., 137, 195,
229, 267, 286, 291, 293, 294, 295, 297, 298.
Smith, Mr. J. P. G., his section of the Cheshire
sea coast described, 46; his description of, 99;
thickness of strata, 119.

Smith, Sir Sydney, his proposal to inundate the
low lands of the Sahara, 28.
Smithsonian Institution, 290.
"Suiggery," meaning of the term, 18.
Sniggery wood, account of, 33.
Société Archéologique de l'Orléanais, 295.
Société d'Emulation du Département de l'Allier,
291. (See Brough.)

Société d'Histoire et d'Archéologie de Genève,298.
Société Impériale d'Emulation d'Abbeville, 289.
Society of Antiquaries, 286.
Society of Arts, 298.

SOME INTERESTING FEATURES OF A NEGLECTED

ROMAN STATION, BROUGH-UNDER-STAIN MOOR,
137, 291.

Somersetshire Archeological Society, 289.
Sovereigns, Australian, 194.

Spearhead found at Over Darwen, 275.
Sphæriacei, list of, 135.

Sphagnum, 22.

Stainmoor, desolate character of, 138.
Stargrass, compulsory plantation of, 29.
"Station, The," near Windermere, 164.
Statistical Society, 287, 293, 298.

Stevenson, Mr., on Leasowe shore, 19, 37, 41.
Stonehouse, J., 294.

Surrey Archæological Society, 294.
Sussex Archæological Society, 292.
Swift, Dean, on the Coinage, 188.

Sydney, N. S. W., sovereigns coined at, 194.

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Teesdale's map of Lancashire, 74.
TELEGRAPH:-ON THE PRESENT EXTENT OF THE
TELEGRAPH IN THE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
OF THE WORLD, 290.

Tinne, J. A., 288.

Tombstones on the Cheshire shore, 44, 108.
Towson, J. T., 289, 292, 297.

Traill, Dr., on the Cheshire sea shore, 117.
Trees, the various soils preferred by different,102.
Tuberculariaceae, list of, 134.

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United States Secretary of the Treasury, 290.
"Unit," value of, 180.

Urns, burial, found at Over Darwen, 274; at
Extwistle, 277; near Bury, Lancashire, 279.

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FINIS.

Yorkshire, subterranean forests of, 10.
Young, Arthur, on a Lancashire road, 61 m.

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