SAC XVIII - 1865
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1865

CONTENTS.

PAGE

1.

On the Early Traditions of Bosham, and the discovery of the Stone Coffin of a Daughter of Canute. 
By the Rev, H. MITCHELL, M.A, F.S.A.

1

2

Sussex Iron-Works and Iron Masters. 
By M. A. LOWER, M.A., F.S.A.

10

3.

Participation of Sussex in Cade's Rising. 
By W. D, COOPER, Esq., F.S.A.

17

4.

Notes on Jack Cade and his Adherents. 
By MARK ANTONY LOWER,

37

5,

Statutes of the Marshes of Pevensey and Romney, and Custumal of Pevensey. 
By the Rev. EDw. TURNER, M.A.

42

6,

Hardham Priory. 
By GORDON H. HILLS, ESQ.

54

7.

Antiquities preserved in the Society' a Museum at Lewes Castle. 
By M. A. LOWER, F.S.A., and ROBERT CHAPMAN, Esq., Hon, Curator

60

8,

Parochial History of Appledram. 
By the Rev. F. H. ARNOLD, L.L.B. .

74

9.

Sussexiana Topographica (concluded). 
By G. S. BUTLER, Esq. F.S.A.

87

10

Story of Witchcraft, at Brightling . .

111

11,

Route of King Charles II. through Sussex during his Flight in 1651. 
By SAMUEL EVERSHED, Esq.

114

12.

Isfield Place, and Notes on the family of Shurley. 
By the Rev. EDW. TURNER, M.A. .

124

13.

John Taylor, the " Water Poet's," 
Adventures on the Sussex Coast . 

137

14.

Notes on Sussex Castles. 
By W. D. COOPER, Esq., F.S.A., and M. A LOWER, F.S.A. 

141

15.

The Stapley Diary (continued). 
By the Rev. EDW. TURNER, M.A. 

151

16.

Seventeenth Century Tradesmen's Tokens. 
By the late W. FIGG, F.S.A.

163

17.

On a "Kitchen-Midden," at Newhaven. 
By MARK ANTONY LOWER.

165

18.

Extracts from the Passage-Book of the Port of Rye, 1635-6. 
By W. D. Cooper, F.S.A. 

170

19.

The Dragon-Slayer of Lyminster. 
By S. EVERSHED, Esq.

180

NOTES AND QUERIES,

1,

Carved Bosses in Cuckfield Church .

184

2.

Family of Le Sauvage 

185

3

The River Ems . .

185

4.

Chiddingly Church, Recent Discoveries in .

186

5.

Eartham . .

187

6.

Cinque-Port Law in 1742 .

188

7,

Decorative Tiles at Keymer. .

189

8.

Ancient Pottery at Hastings .

190

9,

Restoration of Churches . .

190

10.

'Burial in Woollen (Rev. P. DE PUTRON) 

190

11,

Jefferay Monument, Chiddingly, Arms on 

193

12,

Robbery of the Cardinal of Rouen 

194

13,

Minister's Accounts. Sussex. 33-34. Eliz.

195

14,

Ancient Hammer head from Roughey .

195

15.

Extracts from Mayfield Parish "Acoompts "

196

16.

Abdication of James II.

197

17.

Gratwick Family .

197

18.

Parish of Hellingly .

198

 

 

 

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