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LONG AGO. Vol.1.

Statues from the Temple of Golgos, (From General di Cesnolas Collection.)

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Long Ago:

A JOURNAL OF

POPULAR ANTIQUITIES.

EDITED BY

ALEXANDER ANDREWS,

AUTHOR OF

"The Eighteenth Century," "The History of British Journalism," etc., etc.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

Ancient Monuments, Preservation of, 109.

Andrews (Alexander), on Olden Laws of England, 2, 33, 65,
97, 129, 193, 257, 289, 321, 353; Pope's House in Lom-
bard-street, 10; Bluecoat School, 18; Destruction of Old
Mansions, 46; Lydd, 140; Diabolic Literature, 330-4,
365-8.

Andrews (W.), on Discovery of Human Remains at Ponte-
fract, 80; A Romance, 206; Historical Epitaphs, 246;
Sexton's Wages, 277; Manorial Custom, 310; Poetical
Will, 311; Joanna Southcot, 345.

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Blue-Coat School, 18.

Bodleian Library, 27, 155.

Bone (J. W., F.S.A.), on Nettles, 181; Diaries and Ser-
mons, 183.

Books, Gas and Calf-Bound, 147, 183, 214.
Books, Sale of in Paris, 125.
Books, Scarce, 269.

Boulogne, A Legend of, 350.
Bradshaw, A Legend of, 176, 248.
Bridlestone Rocks, 147.

Briscoe (J. R.), Nottingham Ale, 214, Curious Advertise-
ment, Death of Mr. George Jabet, 245; Queer Sign, 249;
Cuckoo Notes, 283; National Anthem, 373; Fly-Leaf
Scribblings, 374; "Good Wine needs no Bush," 376.

Antiquaries' Society, Meeting of, 23, 55, 56, 89, 90, 91, 118, British Archæological Association, Meetings of, 23, 55, 56,
119, 152, 185, 186, 215, 216, 218, 252, 253.

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90, 118, 120, 152, 153, 185, 186, 216, 217; Congress at
Sheffield, 302.

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Edinburgh, Archæology, Lectureship at, 157.
Edwards (F. A.), Sketch by Rubens, 207; Thomas a'Becket,
An Old Invention, 245; Hocus Pocus, Pepperers, 281;
James Nayler, 343; People and Steeple Rhymes, Tomb
of Joshua, 344; Joanna Southcott, 346.

Egypt, Discovery of a Tomb, 117.

Egypt, Monuments of, 149.

Egyptian Papyrus, 20, 313.

Eleanor Crosses, 85, 114.

Ellis, W. S., on "Is King Arthur a Myth?" 172.
Elews (D. C., F.S.A.), Horse Racing, 248.
Enfield, Old House at, 73, 210.

English Pompeii, 197.

Entwisle (Royle), A Legend of Alderley, 107; Duke of
Buckingham, 115; "Down Among the Dead Men," 137;
"It looks dark over Rivington," 138; Mid-Lent Custom,
139; Simnel Cakes, 141; Beer and Brewers, 144; Excise
on Wine, 146; Legend of Bradshaw, 176; Butterfly Folk-
Lore, 177; Devonshire Custom, 182; Stealing, 207;
Town Clerk of London, 277; National Anthem, 372.

Epitaphs, 183, 246, 249, 310, 341.

Epping Forest, 19, 44, 83, 146.

Essex Archæological Society, Transactions of the, 380.
Eton College, 26.

Evelyn, John, 125.

Evershed (S.), on "To Hell the Building," 177; Aboriginal

Implements of War, 178.

Exchequer Bill, 1694, 337.

Exeter, Archæological Institute at, 272-5.

Eyton, R. W., Emendation of Shakespeare, 48.

FELLAWE" for Fellow, 140.

Fifth of November, 338.

Fine Arts, Society for the Encouragement of, 215.

Fishwick (H.), "Everything comes to him who Waits," 375;

"Good Wine needs no Bush," 376.

Fitzgerald (D.), Cuckoo Notes, 247; North Thomond, 279.

Flirtation, Origin of the Word, 246.

Fly-Leaf Scribblings, 278, 342, 374.

Folk-Lore, 81, 137, 142, 147, 177, 206, 213.

Fretton, W. G., on Four Centuries' Association of an Old
Fuller's Worthies, 19, 52.
Site in Coventry, 237.

Funeral, A Remarkable one, 277.
Furlong (J.), on Rome Land, 19.

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