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Queries relating to the archaeology and natural history of Wilts.Rev. Edward Wilton
Malmesbury Abbey. J. Waylen
Wiltshire Titles Registration, 1709. Rev. Edward Wilton
Cranmer's (Archbishop) license to convert the nave of Malmsbury abbey church into a parish church.
Boyton Church, in the vale of Wylye. Arthur Fane
Certain ancient Wiltshire customs. F. A. Carrington
Church goods. F. A. Carrington
The ancient styles and designations of persons. F. A. Carrington
Discovery of an ancient tumulus at Winterbourne Monkton. William Hillier
On the ornithology of Wilts. Rev. A. C. Smith
The Hertford correspondence; temp. James I. J. Waylen
Murder of, A.D. 1594. Henry Long
Manuscript collections for Wiltshire in the possession of Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart., of Middle Hill, near Broadway, Worcestershire. Sir Thomas Phillips
Harnham, Anglo-Saxon cemetery at, near Salisbury.
Leland's journey through Wiltshire, A.D. 1540-42. Rev. J. E. Jackson
Kingston House, Bradford.