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ANNUAL EXCURSION.

The usual Summer Excursion was made on Friday the 28th July, 1865, to Hawarden, when, by the kind permission of Sir Stephen R. Glynne, Bart., the park and pleasure grounds, in which stand the ruins of the ancient Castle of Hawarden, were thrown open to the members and their friends. After visiting the gardens and other points of interest, the party assembled in the ancient Castle, when Mr. E. F. Evans read a Paper on its History and Architectural peculiarities.

Dinner had been served, at the Glynne Arms in Hawarden Village, before the grounds were visited, the Rev. Dr. Hume, one of the VicePresidents of the Society, in the Chair, when the usual toasts were proposed and responded to, W. Rees Esq., of Manchester, being Vice-Chairman. The party returned to Liverpool in the evening, having passed a highly agreeable day.

Members (only) can now be supplied with copies of former Volumes, to complete sets, at the following prices :

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Abbot of Vale Royal, his splendour and power, 15.
Aldborough, relic found at, 219.
ANCIENT BOROUGH OF OVER, 13, 284.
Antonine, tenth Iter of, its course, 263.
Archer, Mr., was he the original discoverer of

the use of collodion in photography?, 255 n.*
Ashfield, C. J., author of paper, 181, 285.
Aske, Robert, proclamation by, 144.
AUTHORS OF PAPERS :-

Ashfield, C. J., 181, 285.
Baar, Rev, Dr., 294.
Buxton, David, 231, 289.
Dawson, Thomas, 73, 282.
Evans, E. F., 299.
Gibson, A. Craig, 139, 290.
Gibson, J. Harris, 161, 287.
Henderson, Ebenezer, LL.D., 288.
Hume, Rev. A., D.C.L., 283, 296.
Jeffery, F.J., 187, 295.
Rigby, Thomas, 13, 284.
Simpson, Professor J. Y., 257, 287.
Smith, H. E., 199, 271, 288, 296.
Towson, J. T., 249, 288, 291.
Waterhouse, N., 23, 47, 283, 287.
Wilkinson, T. T., 1, 263, 286, 293.

Mayer, J., 293.
Sansom, T., 288.
Tinne, J. A., 284.
Towson, J. T., 286.
Waterhouse, N., 289.
Chemistry, its connection with photography, 249.
“ Cheshire's Success," quoted, 21.
China, late war in, medal for, 177.
Clattering Stones, the, 5.
Claudet, M.,

his discovery in reference to photo-
graphy, 253.
Clipping, prevalence of in 1247, 192,
Coccium, 264.
Coins, earliest use of, 187; gold, foreign, early

circulated in England, 193; list of in circula-

tion in 1505, 198.
Colunio = Colne, 264.
Cornish miners, 222.
Cornwall, rock basins of, natural or artificial ?,

10.
Craven, district of, described, 199; geologically,

229.
Crimean Medal, the, 177.
CUP-CUTTINGS AND RING-CUTTINGS

THE
CALDER StoneS NEAR LIVERPOOL, 257, 287;

probable era of such carvings, 261.
Cust, Hon. Sir E., exhibitor, 286.

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Baar, Rev. Dr., author of paper 294.
Barn hill, druidical stones on i.
Base money, mentioned by Chaucer, 195.
Bath, J. D., enrolled a men,ber, 284.
“ Beauties of Cornwall,” quoted, 10.
Belisama Æstuarium, 264.
Benas, B. L., enrolled a member, 284.
Blind Beggars, remarks on, 241.
Boggart stones, near Burnley, 7.
Borlase, Dr., cited, 3; opinions of on rock basins, 9.
Boulsworth, rock basins at, 3.
Bremetonacis, 264.
Bride stones, the, 5.
Bright, H. A., chairman, 282; donor, ib.; exhi-

bitor, ib.
British SILVER MILITARY War Medals, 161,

287.
Broad head stones, the, 4.
Brooches, ancient, found in the caves of Craven,

217.
Bullion, scarcity of, 196.
Burke, W., chairman, 283, 289; exhibitor, 288.
Burnley, hills near, 1; fortifications near, 2.
Buttock stone, the, 3.
Buxton, D., author of paper, 231, 289; chairman,

287, 294; exhibitor, 293.

Daguerre, discovery of, 250.
Daguerreotype, the, noticed, ib.
Darnball, Cheshire, serfdom of the ancient

inhabitants of, 14.
Dave Stones, 4.
Davies, John Jun., exhibitor, 284.
Dawson, T., author of paper, 73, 282; exhibitor,

282.
Deaf and Dumb : comparison between census of

1851 with that of 1861, 231; relative increase of,
234; more general education of, ib.; occupa-
tions of, 235; their generally improved condi.
tion, 236; they shun begging, 237; their method
of communicating with others, 238; how to
detect impostors, 239; an indomitable rogue,
240; mendicants and resident in Irish work-
houses, 242; institutions for their education,
utility of, 213; other means of instruction
described, 243; Sunday services for, 246;

general results, 247.
Dei Gratiâ, first used on coins and seals, 194.
Denny, Mr., his account of the Craven Caves,

209; quoted, 215.
Dew Stones, 4.
DONATIONS. See LIBRARY and MUSEUM.
DONORS. (General.)

London.
Geological Society, 282, 292, 295.
Royal Asiatic Society, 282.

Astronomical Society, 290.
-Geographical Society, 285, 289, 294.

-Society, 283, 287, 289, 294, 296.
Society of Antiquaries, 284, 289.
Society of Arts, 294.
Statistical Society, 282, 287.

Provinces.
Chester Architectural, Archæological &c.

Society, 286.
Cornwall, Royal Institution of, 286, 295.
Kent Archeological Society, 281.
Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 293,

294.
Leicestershire Architectural &c. Society, 287.

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Calanea = Colne, 264.
Calder Stones, the, 257.
Caulfield, R., donor, 288.
Cave near Ulverston, objects found in, 225.
Caves of Craven, 200.
Chaucer, mentions base money, 195.
CHAIRMÉN AT ORDINARY MEETINGS :

Bright, H. A., 282.
Burke, W., 283, 289.
Buxton, D., 287, 294.
Higgins, Rev. H. H., 283.
Hume, Rev. Dr., 281, 285, 287, 290, 292, 295, 298.
McQuie, P. R., 277,
Marsh, J. F., 296.

Jacob, J. G., 281.
Jeffery, F.J., 295.
Mathison, W., 293.
Moore, T.J., 294.
Nottingham, Dr., 281.
Sansom, T., 286.
Simpson, Professor J. Y., 286.
Smith, H. E.. 288, 289, 293, 295.
Stephenson, Mr., 282.
Stonehouse, J., 286.
Towson, J. T., 288, 291, 295, 296.
Waterhouse, N., 288, 290.
Wilkinson, T. T., 286.

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Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Society of Antiquaries,

295.
Norfolk and Norwich Archæol. Society, 284, 295.
Reliquary, The, 285, 289.
Sussex Archæological Society, 284.
West Riding of Yorkshire Geological and Poly-

technic Society, 293

Liverpool.
Architectural and Archeological Society, 288.
Athenæum, 282.
Gallery of Inventions and Science, 288.
Literary and Philosophical Society, 296.
Naturalists' Scrap.book, 283, 296.

Scotland.
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 289.
Society of Antiquaries, 286.

Ireland.
Dublin Geological Society, 287.
Kilkenny and S. E. of Ireland Society of Anti.

quaries, 288, 296.
Royal Dublin Society, 285, 290.

Irish Academy, 283.
Foreign.
Société Archéologique de l'Orléanais, 288, 294.
DONORS. (Individual.)

Anonymous, 290.
Bright, H. A., 282.
Caulfield, R., 288.
Fisher, u. s., 283, 296.
Gardner, Mr., 289.
Genn, J. H., 282.
Green, Rev. H., 294.
Jewitt, Ll., 285, 289.
Jones, M. C., 281.
Rickards, C. H., 284.
Smith, C. R., 287.
Stewart, J., 281.
Tinne, J. A., 285.

Wilkinson, T. T., 285, 287.
Douglas, Mr., exhibitor, 281.
Dowkerbottom Hole, described, 203.
Druid Barrows, 2.
DRUIDICAL ROCK BASINS IN THE NEIGHBOUR-

HOOD OF BURNLEY, 1, 286.
Druids, Ancient, rites of, 3.
“Drunken Barnaby's Journal " quoted, 140.
Dunbar, battle of, medal for, 162.

Fabert, J. O. W., exhibitor, 284, 286.
Falstaff, character of, 24.
Farthings, round, first English, 193.
Ferling-noble, 194.
Fisher, H. S., donor, 283, 296.
FLORA OF PRESTON AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD,

Part iv, 181, 285.
Florin, origin of the name, 194.
Fold hole stones, the, 5.
Forrest, J. A., exhibitor, 296.
Fortifications near Burnley, 2.
Fox Stones, the, 4.
French military war medal (Crimea) described,

178.
Fry, Mr., was he the original discoverer of the

use of collodion in photography?, 255, n.*

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Gardner, Mr., donor, 289.
Genn, J. H., donor, 282; exhibitor, 293.
Gibson, A. Craig, author of paper, 139, 290;

exhibitor, ib.
Gibson, J. Harris, author of paper, 161, 287;

exhibitor, 286, 293, 295, 296.
Gibson, T., exhibitor, 285, 288, 291.
Goddard, Mr., his discovery in reference to

photography, 253.
Gold currency, 193, 194.
Gorple rock basins, 3; derivation of the name, 6.
Great Scaur Limestone, 199.
Green, Rev. H., donor, 294.
Greenwood, H., enrolled a member, 283.
GREENWOOD OF SHAKSPEARE, Tue, 47, 287.

See Shakspeare.
Gregson, C. s., exhibitor, 285, 295.
Grey stones, the, 4, 5.
Groats and half-groats, first issue of, 195.
Groats mentioned, 192.

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East India Company, military war medals issued

by the, 170, 176.
Eddisbury, ancient city of, 22,
Edward I, coins of, 19.3.
Edward III, coins of, 194.
Edward IV, coinage of, 196.
ENGLAND OF SHAKSPEARE, THE, 23, 283. See

Shakspcare.
Ethelfleda, queen, founder of Eddisbury, 22.
Evans, E. F., author of paper, 299; exhibitor, 291.
EXHIBITORS :-

Bright, H. A., 282.
Burke, w., 288.
Buxton, D., 293.
Cust, Hon. Sir E., 286.
Davies, John, Jun., 284.
Dawson, T., 282.
Douglas, Mr., 281.
Evans, E, F., 291.
Fabert, J. 0.'W., 284, 286.
Forrest, J. A., 296.
Genn, J. H., 293.
Gibson, A. C., 290.

J. H., 286, 293, 295, 296.

T., 285, 288, 291.
Gregson, C. S., 285, 295.
Helsby, Mr., 285.
Higgins, Rev. H. H., 283.
Hills, G. M., 283.
Hume, Rev. Dr., 281, 283, 286, 287, 295.

Haigh, T., enrolled a member, 284.
Half-pence, round, first English, 193.
Halls, ancient, near Over, account of, 22.
Hamlet, character of, 24.
Hanging stones, the, near Burnley, 7.
Harding, J., enrolled a member, 294.
Hardwick, Mr. C., on the topography of Lanca-

shire, quoted, 264.
Hawkshead. Description of the town, 142; its

situation, 143; salubrity, ib.; origin of the
name, 144 ; its connection with the pilgrimage
of grace, ib.; internal and domestic affairs of,
145; charter granted, 149; ecclesiastical history
of, 150; its church, 152 ; its tower and inscribed
peal of bells, 155; the Grammar school, ib.
Hawk stones, the, 6.
Heald, T., enrolled a member, 284.
Heintz, L. W., enrolled a member, 294.
Helsby, Mr., exhibitor, 285.
Henderson, E., LL.D., author of paper, 288.
Henry III, coins of, 193.
Henry V, character of, 23.

Henry VI, character of, 23 ; his resort to alchemy,

196.
Henry VII, coinage of, 196.
Hilbre Islands, original name of, 271; account

of, ib. ; Saxon cross and sepulchral stone found
there, 273; human remains, 274; other arche-

ological objects found, 275.
Higgins, Rev. H. H., chairman, 283; exhibitor, ib.
Hills, G. M., exhibitor, 283.
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE YEAR 1844,

249.
Hornby, W. P., enrolled a member, 281.
Hume, Rev. Dr., author of papers, 283, 296;

chairman, 281, 285, 287, 290, 292, 295, 298;
exhibitor, 281, 283, 286, 287, 295; presentation
to, 297 ; elected a life-member.
Hunt, Professor, discovers the ferrotype, 255.

4. Maps, Prints, Broadsides &c.
Memorials of Oldham's Tenement, being photo-

graphic views of the birth place of Hugh

Oldham, bishop of Exeter, 284.
Light, action of, in photography, 249.
LIMESTONE CAVES OF CRAVEN AND THEIR

ANCIENT INHABITANTS, 199, 296.
Liskeard, rock basins at, described, 10.
Little chair stones, tha, 4.
Liverpool, Pamphlet Literature of, 73.
Long Service medals described, 179.
Lusshebournes, merchants hanged for importing,

195.

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India, medals awarded for services in, 167.

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Jacob, J. G., exhibitor, 281.
Jeffery, F.J., author of paper, 187, 295; exhibitor,

295.
Jewitt, Ll., donor, 285, 289.
Jews, the, special penalties against, for clipping,

191.
John, coinage of the time of King, 191.
Johnson, D., enrolled a member, 284.
Jones, M. C., donor, 281.

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McQuie, P. R., chairman, 277.
Mamucium=Manchester, 264.
Marsh, J. F., chairman, 296.
Marson, J., enrolled a member, 284.
Mathews, John Jun., enrolled a member, 284.
Mathison, W., exhibitor, 293.
Mayer, J., chairman, 293.
Medals, British Military, 161.
Medjidie, decoration of this order described, 179.
MEMBERS ELECTED:

Bath, J. D., 284.
Benas, B. L., ib.
Greenwood, H., 283.
Haigh, T., 284.
Harding, J., 294.
Heald, T., 284.
Heintz, L. W., 294.
Hornby, W. P., 284.
Johnson, D., ib.
Marson, J., ib.
Mathews, John Jun., ib.
Millichap, G. T., ib.
Perry, Rev. S. G. F., ib.
Porter, J., ib.
Porter, T. A., 288.
Robinson, J., 281.
Rundell, W. W., ib.
Mendicants, blind, 242.

deaf and dumb, ib.
Metal, increased value of, 197.
Millichap, G. T., enrolled a member, 284.
Moore, T. 'J., exhibitor, 294.
Moricambe Estuarium, 264.
Morris, Mr. J. P., quoted, 225.
MUSEUM, ADDITIONS TO:-

Fossil found in Lancashire Coal, 282.
Section of trunk of a Lignum-vite tree with

remains of a bee-hive, 289.

Kelco Cave, Giggleswick, 206.
“ King of France," when first stan ped on English

coins, 195.

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New Cave (Craven) described, 202.
Niepce, produces pictures in the camera, 250.
NOTICE OF AN EARLY CONVENTUAL CEMETERY

IN WIRRAL, 271, 288.
Nottingham, Dr., exhibitor, 281.
NUMISMATIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM 1066

TO THE PRESENT TIME, PART I, 187, 295.

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“Our Brother Poverty," 145.
Over, ancient borough of, 13; mayor of, 14;

antiquity of the office, 15; mode of electing
him, 17; ancient customs, 19; chairing the
mayor, 20; church of, ib.; curious old houses

near, 22.

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LAKELAND OF LANCASHIRE, No. 1-Hawkshead

Town, Church and School, 139, 290.
Lakes, the English, 139; of Lancashire, ib.
Lancashire, East, border district of, 1; hills and

moors of, ib.; geological features of, 2; Roman

topography of, 263,
Lancashire, Lakeland of, 139.
Lancing down, Sussex, account of a brooch found

there, 218.
Langcliffe Scaurs, caves of, 204.
Legion of Honour, insignia of, granted to British

soldiers, 178.
LIBBARY, ADDITIONS TO :

1, Books.
Burton, Capt., The Nile Basin, 285.
Catalogue of Liverpool Athenæum Library, 282.

Renshaw Street Chapel do., ib.
Cust, Hon. Sir E., Lives of the Warriors of

1600–1640, 294.
Smith, C. R., Collectanea Antiqua, 287.
Swale, J. H., Original Letters &c., by the

late, 287.
2. Transactions and Proceedings of Learned

Societies &c. See DONORS (General).
3. Complete Pamphlets.
Fin-Barre, Life of, 288.
Curiosités Numismatiques, 287.
Essayists and Essay Writing, 290.
Gungrog, reminiscences of the old panelling

now at, 281.
Inventions and Science, Gallery of, Report,

288.
Lady's and Gentleman's Diary, 285.
Leeds, Wright on the early history of, 294.
Rhind, A. H., Memoir of, 281.
Whitney, Geffrey, Emblems of, 294.

PAMPHLET LITERATURE OF LIVERPOOL, 73, 282.
Perry, Rev. S. G. F., enrolled a member, 284.
Phænician worship, existing traces of in Scot-

land and Ireland, 221.

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