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Original Letters, 62.
Owain Glyndwyr, 133, 193.
Owen, Sir Hugh, 67.

Parochial Histories, 286.

Pencelli Castle, 309.

Peregrinus, Stone of, 310, 324, 332.

Perrott, Family of, 114.

Porthaml, Seat of Sir W. Vaughan, 313.

Porthcawl, 258.

Poste's Britannic Researches, Review of,
219. Preservation of Antiquities, 271.
Price, Colonel Herbert, 65, 69.
Prices at Denbigh, 1742, 154.
Prices at Greenwich in 1740, 154.
Primeval Antiquities near Brecon, 138.
Privileges of the Men of Arvon, 55.
Programme of the Brecon Meeting, 225.
Prydain, 38.
Pryderi, 141, 149.

Recorde, Richard, 119.

Recorde, Robert, 117.

Rhun ap Maelgwyn, 55.

Rogers, Edward, Esq., The late, 132.

Roman and Early Christian Antiquities

near Brecon, 139.
Roman Camp at Hillis, 313.
Roman Camp at Pendre, 313.
Roman Camps between Neath and

Lougher, 314.
Roman Inscription at Segontium, 71.
Roman Inscription, Newton Nottage,

231. Roman Remains, Nowton Nottage, 95.
Roman Survey of Wales, 278.

Sanford Well, 170.
Scad, Shoals of, at Nottage, 257.
Sepulchral Urn at Caernarvon, 155.
Stokesay, 39.

Spurrell's Welsh Grammar, Review of,
339. St. Cynog, 325, 327.
Stradling, Sir John, 245.

Taliesin, Poems of, 43.
Teg. yw. Hedwch, 215.
Tenby, 63,114.

Tombstone, Newton Nottage, 174.
Tretower Castle, 310, 324.
Trilobite found at Cwmcynvelin, 79,155.
Trollope's Ancient Art, 155.
Tudor, Surrender in Court of Jasper,
178. Tumulus, Alexanderstone, 313.
Turberville, Family of, 239.
Turpilius, Stone of, 324, 332.
Tydfil, 318.
Ty Illtyd,309, 317.
Tymawr Tumulus, 309.

Urien Rheged, 146.

Valens, Stone of, 332.
Vaughan, John, 64.

Vaughan, Richard, Earl of Carberry, 67.
Vaughan, Robert, of Hengwrt, 198.
Vaughans of Nannau, 200.
Victorinus, Stone of, 310, 324, 332.

Welsh Sketches, Review of, 80, 339.
Wenlock Priory, 98.
White, Thomas, 115.
Williams', Rev. John, Gododin, Review
of, 156. Will of David Williams, 1504, 179.
Woodward's History of Wales, Review

of, 217.
Wrecks at Nottage, 235.

Y Bardd Cwsg, Review of, 339.
Yr Eifl, Fortifications on, 298, 299.

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Antiquities found at Newton Nottage
Atmospheric Refraction seen at Newton Nottage
British Ura ....

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Bronze Celt ....

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Figure of Baked Clay
Fortifications of Tenby, South-West End
Ground-Plan of Leominster Priory Church
Hawys Gadarn, Seal of
Inscribed Stone, Newton Nottage .
Medusa, Brass Head of
Newton Nottage Church . . .

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North-West View of Leominster Church .
Roman Empress, Coin of a
Roman Inscribed Stone found on the Site of the Ancient Segontium ....
South Gateway of the Fortifications of Tenby .
Stone Circle ....
Stone Pulpit, Newton Nottage
Tenby Town Walls and Towers, South-East End

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CLASSIFIED INDEX

VOLS. I. II. III. AND IV.

OP THE NEW SERIES OP

FOR THE YEARS 1850, 1851, 1852, And 1853,

INCLUDING THE

SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUME For 1850.

ANTIQUITIES.

PRIMEVAL AND BRITISH.

Antiquities at Newton Nottage, iv. 93

Bronze Celts, i. 331

Bronze Instruments, iii. 75,156, 334

Burial Places near Bolton, iv. 158

Corrachs, i. 21; iii. 26, 28; iv. 293

Early British Remains, iv. 271

Encampment at Alt yr Yscrin, iv. 316

Flint Arrowhead, i. 85

Stone Hammers, i. 331

Stone Instruments, iii. 74, 98,102, 160,

206, 209,223, 294
Stone Knife, i. 84, 321; ii. 223
Urn, iv. 85

See Articles of British Dress and
Armour, and Cromlechau, Meini Hi-
rion, S;c.

ROMAN.

Ballium, sup. 9, 75
Banchorium, sup. 75
Bannium, iv. 311, 329
Bovium, sup. 76

Brannogenium, sup. 76; ii. 138,140

Bravinium, sup. 6

Brecon, Antiquities at, iv. 139

Britannia Secunda, sup. 56,76

Bullaeum,ii. 139

Biillium, sup. 8, 74, 76

Burrium, sup. 76

Caer Gai, Station at, i. 72, 317

Caerwent, Coins found at, ii. 82

Cangani, sup. 77
Classiaria Britannica, iv. 160
Coins, i. 203 ; iii. 209
Conovium, sup. 78
Deva Colonia, sup. 78
Encampments in Herefordshire, ii. 45
Gobanuium, sup. 79
Herefordshire, Roads and Camps in, iv.
320 Hillis, Camp at, iv. 313
Llanbeblig, Urns at, ii. 82
Lymne, Tile found at, iv. 160
Maridunum, sup. 81
Mediolauum, sup. 81; ii. 138,143
Menapia, ii. 167; sup. 9,16, 82
Neath and Lougher, Camps between, iv.
314 Newton Nottage, Antiquities at, iv. 95
Newton Nottage, Inscription at, iv. 231
Nidum, sup. 6, 9
Pendre, Camp at, iv. 313
Pennal, Station at, i. 231
Pottery, i. 84, 176, 183
Pupienus, coin of, i. 155
Roads, ii. 305 Segontium, Inscribed Stone found at, iv.
471 Segontium, sup. 84 Tile found at the Gaer, near Brecon, ii.

167, 246
Tomen y Mur, i. 316, 327
Venta Silurum, sup. 85
Wales, Stations in, sup. 6
Wales, Survey of, iv. 278

ARCHEOLOGY (PROGRESS OF).

Archdeacon Williams, Letter on, i. 327
Archaeology of Palestine, iii. 164
Archaeology, Influence of, on Architec-
ture, i. 161
Conservation of Antiquities, i. 226
Enactment for Preservation of Monu-
ments, ii. 257

Exhibition of Antiquities in London, i.
231 Library and Museum Movement, iii. 45,
155 Local Museums, iv. 289
Preservation of Antiquities, iv. 271

ARCHITECTURE.

DOMESTIC.

Carew, ii. 319, 322; iii. 151,195
Castlemartin Vicarage, iii. 200
Cheriton Rectory, i. 61
Domestic Architecture in South Wales,

iv. 188
I Iston Court-house, i. 61
Lamphey Palace, ii. 321; iii. 198
Landgrove Farm, i. 61
Llandaff Palace, i. 45
LlanddewPalace, iv. 314
Nottage, iv. 255
Owain Glyndwr's House,!. 317
Penally, ii. 314
Porthaml, iv. 313
Scotsborongh, ii. 52, 319
Stokesay, iii. 302, 306; iv. 39
Tithegston, iv. 251
Tower at Pembroke Dock, ii. 322
Tretower Court, iv. 324
Water Mills, i. 324; sup. 92

ECCLESIASTICAL.

Antiquities in Monmouthshire, ii. 99,192

Architectural Antiquities of South Pem-
brokeshire, iii. 161

Bangor Cathedral, i. 188

Bishopston, i. 46

Black Friars' Priory, i. 217

Brecon Collegiate Church, i. 224; ii.
168,247

Bromfleld Priory Church, iii. 311

Caerwent, ii. 199

Carew, iii. 183

Castlemartin, iii. 179

Chepstow Priory Church, ii. 1,100

Cheriton, i. 47, 48, 49; iii. 201

Christ's College, Brecon, iv. 311, 328

Christ Church, Monmouthshire, ii. 195

Clun, iii. 306

Clynnog Church, iv. 281

Crickhowel, iv. 323

Cwmhir Abbey, Radnor, i, 120

Gower, i. 41

Grey Friars' Priory, i. 215
Gwern y Capel, i. 307, 323
Hodgeston, ii. 315, 333; iii. 164,184;
iv. 282

Ilston, ii. 46, 48
Kingsland, iii. 326
Lamphey Church, ii. 321.
Leominster Priory Church, iv. 9,180
Llanaber, i. 322
Llanarth, i. 73

Llandaff Cathedral, i. 24, 108; ii. 83

Llanddew, iv. 314

Llandewi, ii. 48

Llanddwyau, i. 323

Llanegrin Roodloft, i. 229

Llanfair Discoed, ii. 101

Llan Gasty Tal-y-llyn, iv. 316

Llangennith, i. 45

Llanrhidian, ii. 47

Llantarnam Abbey, iii. 70

Llanthony Abbey, iii. 157

Llawhaden, ii. 325

Llewenny, i. 153

Ludford, iii. 221

Ludlow, iii. 316, 332

Magor, ii. 103, 104, 195,197

Manorbeer, ii. 314; iii. 177

Medieval Architecture, iv. 279

Monkton Priory, ii. 322; iii. 181

Newtown, i. 67

Oxwich, i. 46, 60

Oystermouth, i. 46

Pembroke Church Towers, i. 67

Penally,i. 74; ii. 81,314

Pennard, ii. 46

Priory Church, Brecon, iv. 311, 329

Rhosilly, ii. 47, 48

St. Asaph's Cathedral, ii. 168

St. David's Cathedral, ii. 169, 249, 258,

818, 332, 333
St. Guthlac's Priory, i. 213
St. Wollos, ii. 103,192
Swansea, i. 56
Tenby, ii. 327; iii. 185
Tlntern Abbey, ii. 101
Valle Crucis Abbey, ii. 282,328; iii. 93,

276, 317
Vanner Abbey, i. 316, 329
Vesica Piscis, at Llandaff, i. 31, 154
Wenlock Priory, iv. 98
Whitewashing, i. 71, 116
Whitchurch, i. 72
Wigmore, iii. 326
Works of Bishop Gower, iii. 182

MILITARY.

Antiquities of South Pembrokeshire, iii.
161

Blaenllyfhi, iv. 816
Caernarvon, ii. 21
Caerphilly, i, 261; ii, 66
Caldicott, ii. 202
Carew, ii. 319, 822; iii. 161,195
Castel Carreg Kennen, ii. 114
Castell Coch, i, 241.
Castell Corn Dochen, i, 204
Castell y Biri, i, 201
Castell y Bere, iii. 71, 111
Chepstow, ii. 203
Clun, iii. 306
Conway, iv. 283

Craig y Dinas, Merioneth, i. 323 Coity, ii. 186,190 Denbigh, i. 312; ii. 249; iv. 155 Dinas, iv. 313 Dynevor, ii. 114,116

ARTICLES OF BRITISH

Achen, supplemental volume, 113
Achre, sup. 113
Achris, sup. 113
Adfach, sup. 113
Adoew, sup. 113
Aerbar, sup. 113
Aerwy, sup. 114
Aes, sup. 114
Albrys, sup. 115
Alfarch, sup. 115
Amadrwy, sup. 115
Amaerwy, sup. 115
Ambais, sup. 115
Amdawd, sup. 116
Amde, sup. 116
Amdo, sup. 116
Amdorch, sup. 116
Amdrws, sup. 116
Amglwm, sup. 116
Amlaw, sup. 116
Amorchudd, sup. 116
Amrwym, sup. 116
Amwe, sup. 116
Amwisg, sup. 116
Archen, sup. 116
Archenad, sup.117
Archre, sup. 117
Archro, sup. 117
Arf, sup. 117
Arfeilyn, sup. 117
Arfwll, sup. 117
Arglwyddwialen, sup. 118
Arlen, sup. 118
Arlost, sup. 118
Arolo, sup. 118

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