DUPLICATE RECORD. Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Papers from the Archaeological Journal by Albert Way and John Hewitt'

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DUPLICATE RECORD. Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Papers from the Archaeological Journal by Albert Way and John Hewitt'

DUPLICATE RECORD. Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Papers from the Archaeological Journal by Albert Way and John Hewitt'

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Mayer, Joseph R.. -- On the arming of levies in the hundred of Wirral, in the county of Chester, and the introduction of small fire arms as weapons of war in place of bows and arrows / by Joseph Mayer. - [Liverpool : Lancashire and Cheshire Historical Society, 1859]. -- 16 p., 8 leaves of plates : ill. --, Turner, T.H.. -- The will of Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, with extracts from the inventory of his effects, 1319-1322 / T.H. Turner. -- Archaeological Journal 2 (1846), 339-349. --, Way, Albert. -- [Secrette, or privy armour for the head in the collection of J. Bernhard Smith]. -- Archaeological Journal 7 (1850), 305. --, Way, Albert. -- The will of Sir John de Foxle, of Apuldrefield, Kent, dated November 5, 1378 / Albert Way. -- Archaeological Journal 15 (1858), 267-277. --, Way, Albert. -- Inventory of the effects of Roger de Mortimer at Wigmore Castle and Abbey, Herefordshire, dated 15 Edward II, A.D. 1322 / Albert Way. -- Archaeological Journal 15 (1858), 354-362. --, Read, Charles H.. -- [Viking sword found in the Thames] / Charles H. Read. - London : Society of Antiquaries, [ca. 1897]. -- 3 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries. 2nd Series. Vol. 16 (1897). --, Du Noyer, George. -- Notice of the cross-legged sepulchral effigies, existing at Cashel / by George Du Noyer. -- Includes a reply by Albert Way. -- Archaeological Journal 2 (June 1845), 121-131. --, Graves, J.. -- [Reply to notice of the cross-legged sepulchral effigies, existing at Cashel] / by J. Graves. -- Archaeological Journal 2 (1846), 397-399. --, Mantell, Dr.. -- [Notices of the tombs of the Mantells, of Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire] / Dr. Mantell. -- Archaeological Journal 9 (1852), 300-301. --, Hewitt, John. -- Knightly effigies at Sandwich and Ash / J. Hewitt. -- Archaeological Journal 8 (1851), 291-306. --, Hewitt, John. -- [A remarkable head-piece recently added to the Tower collection] / by Mr. Hewitt. -- Archaeological Journal 9 (1852), 305. --, Crow, Henry. -- [A basket-hilted sword, bearing on each side of the blade a medallion portrait, inscribed 'General Oliver Cromwell'] / by Henry Crow. -- Archaeological Journal 9 (1852), 305-306. --, Hewitt, John. -- [Winged burgonet of the sixteenth century in the Tower Armoury] / Mr. Hewitt. -- Archaeological Journal 9 (1852), 292-294. --, Hewitt, John. -- Notice of a German tilting saddle of the fifteenth century, recently added to the Tower collection / John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 12 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal, XV (1858). --, Hewitt, John. -- Contributions towards the history of medieval weapons and military appliances in Europe : the goedendag a foot-soldier's weapons of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1862. -- 9 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 314-318. --, Hewitt, John. -- Contributions towards the history of medieval weapons and military appliances in Europe : unique example of a sabre with finger-guard, of the beginning of the sixteenth century / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 9 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 318-322. --, Hewitt, John. -- Notice of some examples of buff armour and of defences formed with scales of leather or of plate / by J. Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1862. -- 6 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 93-98. --, Williams, Morgan S.. -- [A Viking sword found in the Thames]. - [London : Society of Antiquaries, 1897]. -- 3 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London. 2nd series. Vol. 16 (May 1897), pp. 390-392. --, Barry, Edward A.. -- [A sword, believed to be of Norman date, which was dredged up from the Thames in 1855 at a spot midway between Bray Mill and Monkey Island, near Windsor]. - [London : Society of Antiquaries, 1897]. -- 3 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London. 2nd series. Vol. 16 (May 1897), 390-392. --, Smith, W.J. Bernhard. -- [Two powder-flasks] / by W.J. Bernhard Smith. -- Archaeological Journal 9 (1852), 305. --, Way, Albert. -- The will of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, with extracts from the inventory of his effects, 1319-1322 / Albert Way. -- Archaeological Journal 2 (1846), 339-349. --, [Sepulchral effigies in Kilkenny Cathedral]. -- Part of an anonymous review of the: History, architecture and antiquities of the cathedral church of St. Canice, Kilkenny / Rev. James Graves (1857). -- Archaeological Journal 15 (1858), 189-194. --