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OR PAPERS AND NOTES ON THE
HISTORY, ANTIQUITIES, & ARCHITECTURE
OF THE COUNTY.
INDEX TO VOL. III.
Anglo-Saxon remains in stone.
Antiquities, Roman, discovered in 1860—1862, at Tingewick
Architecture, Gothic, lecture on
Ashendon, sculptured monuments in church of . .
Aston Abbots, restoration of church of . . .
Astwood, sepulchral brass in church of
Aylesbury, discoveries in the Lady chapel of St. Mary's :
St. Mary's church
- fortifications of, in the winter of 1643.4 . .
- market and fairs in . .
--- state of the garrison of, in a letter of Sir J. Culpeppe
-- three sepulchral monuments in the church of
West window in the church of . ..
Barraud, F. P., Esq., on medallion windows of the 13th century.
Becket, Thomas à, mural painting of the murder of.
Bickersteth, The Ven. Archdeacon, D.D., on the English language,
on Gothic architecture . .
on the parish church of Fleet-Marston .
Bledlow, ancient stone cross in churchyard of . .
Bletchley, restoration of church of . .
-- sepulchral brass in church of
Boarstail, ancient stone cross in churchyard of .
Boodle, Rev. J. A., on the sepulchral brasses of Buckinghamsbire
Brasses, sepulchral, in the deanery of Newport Pagnell
- in the church of Chicheley
--- Clifton Reynes.
---- Crawley, North .
Newton Blossoinville .
Olney . .
- Weston Underwood
Brickhill, Little, sepulchral brass in church of ..