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APPENDIX.

(Description of figures on page 15.)

1, 2. Flint arrow-heads. 3, 4. Celts or axe-heads. 5. Weapon, 6. Pin, 7. Arrow-head, of bronze. 8. Dirk, or knife, 9. Spear-head, 10. Lance-head. 11. Brass knife in sheath, set in stag's-horn handle. 12. Flint spear-head. 13. Ivory tweezers. 14. Ivory bodkin. 15. Amber ornament. 16. Necklace of shells. 17. Beads of glass. 18. Ivory ornament. 19. Nippers. 20. Stone for sling. 21. Sharpening stone. 22. Ring amulet. 23. Slate breastplate. 24–26. Incense-cups. 27. Whetstone. 28-32. Urns. 33–37. Drinking-cups.

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WILTON OF CUTHBERT'S: A Tale of

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