[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]

F7 ANTIQUITIES.

For Works by Kermode (P.M.C.) see p. 431.

BOSWELL (Henry, F.R.A.S.). Historical Descriptions of new and elegant picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales. Contains views of Castles Rushen and Peel by Peltro and Roberts. 1764. [3076 G.W.W. Coll. F7]

The Isle of Man. In Grose's Antiquities, 1773-77. vol. vi, . 197-214; vol. viii, pp. 159-162. 270x176. [2523 G.W.W. Coll. F 7]
A list of the 12 rare engravings is given below :
1. Abbey Bridge at Bala Sala, pub. by S. Hooper ; 4th June, 1783,
2. Cathedral Church, St. Germain's, Godfrey Se.; Ist March, 1775.
3. Cathedral Church of St. Germain (plan).
4. St. Patrick's Church and Armoury, Godfrey Sc.; 2nd April, 1775.
5. Peele Castle, by D.L., pub. by Hooper ; 10th April, 1775.
6. Rushin Abbey, Sparrow Sc., pub. by Hooper ; 29th September, 1775.
7. Rushin Castle, pl. 1, Godfrey Sc., pub. by Hooper ; 6th February, 1775.
8. Rushin Castle, pl. 2, by D.L., pub. by Hooper ; 20th May, 1775.
9. St. Trinion's Church, Sparrow Sc., pub. by Hooper ; 15th September, 1785.
10. Map.
11. Tinwald, pl. 1, eng. by J. Newton, pub. by Hooper ; Ist February, 1787.
12. Tinwald, pl. 2, eng. by J. Newton, pub. by Hooper ; 18th January, 1787.

__ Another copy: 285x195, 1189.[1189 G.F.C. Coll.]

SMITH (Rev. John). Galic Antiquities: consisting of a History of the Druids, particularly of those of Caledonia; a dissertation on the authenticity of the Poems of Ossian ; and a collection of ancient Poems translated from the Galic of Ullin, Ossian, Orran, etc. Edinburgh: T. Cadell. 1780. pp. viii,352. 266x203. [1737, F 7]

Grose's Antiquities, 1787. Illus. with map and ten views, including Crossag Bridge, St. German's, St. Patrick's Church, Peele Castle, Rushen Abbey, Castle Rushen (2), St. Trinian's, Tynwald (2). The views were taken in 1774 [Hooper]. In Mx Soc. vol. xviii, pp. 152-170, 1867.

The Cross at Kirk Michael with engraved figure. In Gent. Mag., Sept. 1798. [3030, L 7]

The Manx Sketch Book, or Beauties of the Isle of Man, in a series of Lithographic Prints. Edited by T. Ashe. J. Penrice, Manx Rising Sun Office, North Quay. 1825. Unpaged. 144x240. [3051, N.]
Wood engravings at end headed 'Relics of Antiquity.'

FIELDING (T. H.) British Castles; or, a compendious History of the Ancient Military Structures of Great Britain. London: Thos. McLean. 1825. 205x266.[1746 G.F.C. Coll. F7]
There are 25 plates in aqua tint, including : i, Peel Castle; ii, Cathedral in Peel Castle ; and iii, Circular Tower in Peel Castle, with 7 pages of descriptive text.

KINNEBROOK (William). Etchings / of the / Runic Monuments / in the / Isle of Man, / with Remarks. / By William Kinnebrook. Dedicated to the Roy. Antiq. Soc. London: Longman & Co. Printed by Penrice & Wallace, 'Liberal' Office, Douglas. 1841. pp. 14 and 26 etched plates. [778 F 7]
Very rare, only 50 copies printed. According to a note on the fly-leaf of copy 778 (G. F. Clucas coll.), written by J. R. Wallace (of the firm of Penrice & Wallace), he (Wallace) printed the etchings, and Kinnebrook was the engraver. Kinnebrook, although not recorded in the Register of King William's College, was the art master there. Three other copies, 1724, 2325, 2326.

WAY (A.). Sketches of Crosses at Kirk Braddan, Kirk Andreas, and Kirk Michael. In Arch. Jour. 1845, pp. 74-76. Illus. [3863]

Swearing Stone. In Train's Hist. i, 1845, p. 134, and Martin's Western Islands, p. 240 (1703 edn.).

PETIT (Rev. J. L.). Cathedral of St. German in Peel Castle. In Arch. Jour. iii, vol. III, 1846. pp. 49-58. Illus. [769]

Castle Peel, with woodcut. In Lit. World. 1846.

Castle Rushen, with woodcut. In Ch. of Eng. Mag. 24th April, 1847. [3030]

BRAND (John, M.A.). Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain. 3 vols. Numerous references to the Isle of Man. 1849.

MUNCH (Peter Andreas). Runic Inscriptions in Sodor and Man. (Kongeligt Nordisk Oldskrift Selskab Memoires.) 1845-49, p. 192-208. Copenhagen. Not in Library.

__Rune-indskrifter fra Oen Man og Syderˇerne. (Kongeligt Nordisk Oldskrift - Selskab, Annaler.) 1850. pp. 273-287. Kjöbenhavn. Not in Library.

WINDELL (J.). Runic Crosses of the Isle of Man. Kilkenny Archaeolog. Journ. 1854. p. 151. Not in Library.

CUMMING (Rev. J. G., M.A.). Some of the Inscribed Stones in the Isle of Man. In Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. vi. 1853-4. pp. 73-7. [3831]

The Runic Stone found in Braddan Church Tower, with woodcut. In Ill. Lon. News. 8th Dec., 1855.

CUMMING (Rev. J. G., M.A.). On a newly recovered Runic Monument at Braddan. In Arch. Jour. vol. 14, No.55, 1857. pp. 263-266. Illus. [3838]

__The Runic and other Monumental Remains of the Isle of Man. London: Bell & Daldy; Douglas: Kerruish & Kneale. 1857. pp. viii,44; list of subscribers iv. 15 lithographed plates. 12/6. [825, G.F.C. Coll.]
Dedicated to Bishop Powys. The book was published when the author was headmaster of the Grammar School, Lichfield, but his researches were made while he was Vice-Principal of King William's College (1841-1855). The illustrations were taken from 'reduced rubbings,' and the author says that he employed an Italian to make casts in plaster of Paris, which took two years to accomplish.

__Another copy. [2542 G.W.W. Coll.]
Rev. D. Dixon's copy.

FRENCH (Gilbert J.). An attempt to explain the Origin and Meaning of the Early Interlaced Ornamentation found on the Ancient Sculptured Stones of Scotland, Ireland, and the Isle of Man. Printed for private circulation only. 8 col. lith. illus. Manchester: Charles Simms & Co. 1858. pp. 24. 214x 127. [3787]

Proposal for the Preservation of the Ruins of Peel Castle. Douglas : Harriet Curphey. 1858. pp. 4. 390x240.

CUMMING (Rev. J. G.). Treen Divisions and Treen Chapels. In Mx Soc. i. pp. 186-7. 1859.

FRENCH (Gilbert J.). On the ancient Sculptured Stones of Scotland, Ireland, and the Isle of Man. In Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. March, 1859. pp. 63-80. Illus. [4017]

Ilam Anastatic Drawing Society. Sketches of Kirk Braddan and Runic Stones, with descriptions. 4to. 1860-8. Not in Library.

SETON (Sir Alexander). Account of a Stone with a Runic Inscription . . . and of some other Inscriptions of the same kind in the Isle of Man. In Trans. of Soc. of Antiq. of Scotland, ii. pp. 490-501. [c. 1860.] [2579, F 7]

OSWALD (Dr. H. R.). Notes of reference to the series of Delineations of the Runic and other ancient Crosses found in the Isle of Man. 3 plates. In Trans. of Antiq. Soc. of Scot. ii, pp. 502-8. [c. 1860 [2579, F 7]

The Ballafletcher Drinking Glass (illus.). In Mx Soc. v. pp. 189-190. 1860.

Cronk Keeil Lhane, German, and the Missing Carved Stone. In Mx Soc. vol. v. pp. 200-2. 1860.

The Three-leg device on Stained Glass now in Castle Rushen, its coming from Drontheim. (Illur.) In Mx Soc. v. pp. 207-8. 1860.

WILKS (Miss). Notes on bracelet found at Rathmines in 1855, with relief from Seal of Thomas de Kirkham or Burton, Bishop of Sodor and Man (1455-58). In British ArchŠological Assoc. Jour. xix, pp. 314-317, 1863, and in Mx Soc. xx, 1870. Also in Mx Soc. i, p. 181; Do. x, p. 77.

PATERSON (Robert, M.D.). Manx Antiquities; or Remarks on the present condition of the Antiquarian remains of the Isle of Man, especially those situated around its coast line, made during a photographic tour in 1862. 12 litho. plates. Cupar, Fife. 1863. pp. 42. [2321]
Another copy contains 12 original photographs. The work is rare.

DODD s (Rev. George, D.D.). Observations on an Ancient Slab which stands on the north side of the Churchyard of Kirk Michael. In Gent. Mag. i, 1865, pp. 3-15. Illus. [3830]

CUMMING (Rev. J: G., M.A., F.G.S.). On the Ornamentation of the Runic Monuments. (Illur.) In Mx Soc. vol. xv, pp. 1-12. 1865.

__On some more recently discovered Scandinavian Crosses. (Illur.) In Mx Soc. xv, pp. 13-18, 1865.

__The Runic Inscriptions of the Isle of Man. (Illus.) In Mx Soc. xv, pp. 19-35, 1865.

BARNWELL (Rev. E. L., ,M.A.). On Certain Bronze Implements. (Illus.) In Mx Soc. vol. xv, pp. 111-2, 1865.

__Notes on the Stone Monuments of the Isle of Man. In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866, pp. 46-60. (Illus.) [2333]

CUMMING (Rev. J. G.). On some more recently discovered Scandinavian Crosses. In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866. (Illus.) pp. 460-5. [2333]

__On the Ornamentation of the Runic Monuments in the Isle of Man. (Illus.) In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866, pp. 156-167. [2333] The same, Manx Soc. xv.

__The Runic Inscriptions of the Isle of Man. (Illus.) In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866, pp. 251-260. [2333] The same, Manx Soc. xv.

STEPHENS (George, F.S.A.). The Old-Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England (. . . with many hundreds of facsimiles and illustrations, partly in gold, silver, bronze and colours; runic alphabets; introductions; appendices; wordlists, etc. Kobenhavn Michaelsen & Tillge. 1866-67. pp. lxx,363-1038. 415x270. Numerous illus. [2494, G.F.C. Coll. F7]
Coloured illus. of the Hunterston brooch with runes.

__The Old-Northern Runic Monuments. Vol. II, 1867-68, pp. 503-1038, contains description of the Hunterston or Largs brooch with the runes on the brooch and on the Mailbrikti cross of Kirk Michael, pp. 589-599. Vol. III, 1884, pp. 508.

The Mylecharaine Silver Cross. In Mx Soc. xxi, pp. 103-7, 1871.

Illus. of Runic Inscriptions in Man, with text. In Mx Soc. xxii, 1871.

The Calf of Man Crucifixion Slab, by Geo. Dodds, D.D., F.S.A., with woodcut. In Reliquary, Oct. 1873. [3030, L6]

Scheme for an extensive Reparation of the Ruins of Peel Castle and St. German's Cathedral, proposed to be carried out under the authority of His Excellency H. B. Loch, C.B., Lieut.-Governor; to which is added a Preliminary Report explanatory of the contemplated repairs, by Robert Anderson of Edinburgh. Illus. by a ground plan; front. photo. Peel Castle. Douglas: James Brown & Son. 1877. pp. 21. 215x136. [3792, F 7]

The Antiquities of Man. In Howat's Summer Days and Winter Evenings. 1878. pp. 173-208. [2464]

KERMODE (Rev. W.) Antiquities of Ballaugh. Y.L.M. 1879-84.

DIXONN (B. Homer). The Image of the Cross and Lights on the Altar in the Christian Church and in Heathen Temples before the Christian era. London: James Camp bell. 1879. pp. 58. Illus. 180x124. [2338, F 7]

FARRAR (Rev. F W., D .D., Canon of Westminster). An Appeal on behalf of the ruined Cathedral of St. German's. A sermon preached in St. Thomas' Church, Douglas, Sept. 14, 1879. Douglas: B. & S. 1879. pp. 15. 214x134. 6d. (the profit to be given to the restoration fund.) [164]

GoDDARD (Julia). A " Goddard" or Drinking-Cup. In Antiquarian, Dec. 1882.

Catalogue of the Industrial and Loan Exhibition, Castletown, 1883. Douglas: S.K.B. 1883. pp. 50. 152x120. 3d. [119]
Contains a list of antiquarian objects, many of which have since come into the Manx Museum.

Visit of the North Staffordshire Nationalists' Field Club and ArchŠological Society, 1884. Douglas: Brown & Son.pp. 38. 160x100. [3592, F 7]

DAWKINS (Prof. W. Boyd, F.R.S.). Report on the Antiquities of the Isle of Man, made 21st Sept., 1885, and issued to Tynwald by Lieut.-Governor Walpole, 30th Sept., 1885. pp. 4. 330x210. [6123, D 152]
The Professor urges the authorities to (1) preserve the existing remains, (2) to record what are now disappearing, and (3) to record the old Manx place-names, and a publication scheme to deal with the records.

JEWITT (Llewellyn, F.S.A.). Passing Notes on some Antiquities seen during a brief visit to the Isle of Man.
50 copies printed for private circ. Illus with many woodcuts. 1884. pp. 40. 220x145. [4773, F 7]
Notes on some of the cross-slabs, stone circles, cashtal yn ard (Maughold), Rushen Abbey tiles, the Ballakaighen bog-oak canoe.

A few words on the Fylfot, and its occurrence on a sculptured stone at Conchan. Mx Note Book, 1885. Antiquarian Discoveries at Kirk Maughold : the Gold Coin of Louis de Debonnaire. In Mx Note Book, vol. i pp. 65-68. 1885. '

DAWKINS (Professor W. Boyd, F.R.S.). Memorandum on the Antiquities of the Isle of Mann. In Mx Note Book, vol. ii, pp. 38-40. 1886.

SAVAGE (Ernest B., M.A.). Ogam Inscriptions at Ballaqueeney, Rushen. In Mx Note Book, vol. ii, pp. 145-8. 1886.

DAWKINS (W. Boyd, F.R.S.) and BRADLEY (Henry). Canon Taylor's Article on Manx Runes Reviewed. In Mx Note Book, ii, 1886. pp. 164-8. ,

TAYLOR (Isaac). The Manx Runes. In Mx Note Book, Ř, 1886, pp. 97-113; iii, pp. 34-37, 78-90.

TAYLOR (Isaac, M.A., LL.D.). The Manx Runes (reprinted from the Mx Note Book, July 1886, pp. 17. (Illus.) [3771, F 7]

__The Manx Runes. Mx Note Book, 1886. Reply to criticisms.

DAWKIN s (Prof. W. Boyd). Ornamentation of the Early Irish MSS. and of the Runic Crosses. In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 120-124, 1887.

VIGFUSSON (Gubrand, M.A.) and SAV AGE (Ernest B., M.A.). The Manx Runic Inscriptions Re-read. In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 5-22, 78-90, 1887.

__Do. reprinted as a pamphlet.

RHYS (Professor John). Why I Visited the Manx Mona. In Mx Note Book, vol. iii, pp. 61-6, 1887.
A note on the Ogam inscriptions.

DAWKINS (Professor W. Boyd, F.R.S.). The Ornamentation of the Early Irish MSS. and of the Runic Crosses. In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 120-4, 1887.

CALVERLEY (Rev. W. S., F.S.A.). The Svastika and Triskele, with other Symbols Sculptured on Stone at Isel Church, Cumberland. (Illus.) In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 131-3, 1887.

KNEALE (William). The Discovery of Ogams in the Isle of Mann. (Illus.) In Mx Note Book, iii, pp. 163-6, 1887.

ALLEN (J. Romilly, F.S.A, Scot.). The Early Christian Monuments of the Isle of Man. In Jour. Brit. Arch. Assoc. Sept. 1887. pp. 240-266. (Illus.) [3868]

SOUTHESK (Earl of) and BROWNE (Rev. G. F.). The Oghams on the Kirk Michael Cross. In Academy, Nov. 26, 1887, and Oct. 18, 1890. [3796]

DRYDEN (Sir Henry). The Manx Runic Inscriptions. In Academy, xxxi, pp. 113, 290, 1887.

KERMODE (Rev. W.). Some Antiquities connected with the Parish of Ballaugh. In Proc. i. 1888.

SAVAGE (Rev. E. B., M.A.). Notes on some Discoveries at Orrysdale Head. In Proc. i. 1888.

GRINDLEY (Thomas). The Primitive Period. In Proc. i. 1888.

Visit of Lanc. & Ches. Antiq. Soc. to Man, 1889. In Trans. Lane. & Ches. Antiq. Soc., 1889. pp. 272-276.

The Destruction of Ancient Monuments in the Isle of Man. Letter from H. F. Morland Simpson of Fettes College, Edinburgh. In Arch. Rev., Dec. 1889. [3031, L6]

BROWNE (Rt. Rev. George Forrest, Bishop of Bristol). Ogams and Runes in Man. In Academy, xxxviii, p. 343. 1890. [3030, L 6]

Disney Lectures at Cambridge on Runes, 1890. [3030, L 6]

MARch (Dr. Henry Colley). The Pagan - Christian Overlap in the North. In Trans. Lane. & Claes. Ant. Soc., 1891, pp. 49-89. Refers to some of the saga illus. on the Manx crosses.

The Contents of Castle Rushen and Castle Peel at the Time of the Commonwealth. From the Royalist Composition Papers. . . extracted from the Records preserved in the Public Record Office, London. Vol. ii. C - F. Printed for the Record Society of Lancashire, 1892. In Mx Quar. No. 25, 1921.

HARTLAND (E. Sidney, F.S.A.). The Cup of Ballafletcher. In Illus. Archaeologist, June 1893. i, pp. 10-19. Illus. [5136]

The Hunterston Brooch. In Illus. Arch. i, June 1893, pp. 62-3. [3693]

Peel, Isle of Man : Its Castle and other Antiquities. pp. 16. N.D. [ 1893]

KNOX (Archibald). Ancient Crosses in Man. Illus. In Builder, Sept. 30, 1893.

KEWLEY (Rev. J., M.A.). Antiquities of the Parish of Arbory, 1893-4. Y.L.M. ii, p. 103.

BRADBURY (Dr. John). Opening of an Ancient Burial Ground in Kirk Lonan. In Mona's Hld., Jan. 31, 1894. [5107]

CRELLIN (Miss A. M.). Sun Dials in the Isle of Mann. In Y.L.M. i, 1894.

HARRISON (Rev. S. N.). On Some Antiquities at Kirk Maughold. In Y.L.M. i.

Note on an Inscribed Slab from Cabbal Keeill Woirey, Corna. In Y.L.M. i.

MOORE (A. W., M.A.). The Crucifix at the East End of Braddan Old Church. In Y.L,M. i, 1894.

QUI LLIAM (Sheikh Abdullah W. H.). The Antiquities of the Isle of Man. L'pool : Crescent Printing Co. N.D. [c. 1895] pp. 16. 215x140. [3981, F7]

McGOVERN (Joseph Henry). Manx Antiquities. In The Islamic World, pp. 197-206. N.D. [c. 1896] [4797]

QUILLIAM (Sheikh Abdullah W. H.). The Antiquities of the Isle of Man. In The Islamic World, Jan. 1896. pp. 257-274. [4751]
Published as a separate pamphlet of 16 pp. [4750].

Museum Catalogue of the N.H.A.S. Proc. iii, 1897. (Includes the collections in Gov. Office, Peel Castle and Castle Rushen.)

TALBOT (Rev. Theophilus). Antiquity - Making. Manx Sun Office. 1898. pp. 22. 160x100. [3738]
Deals with the ' Avit Monoment' stone of Kirk Santan

BUGGE (Prof. S.). Nordiske Runeindskrifter og Billeder paa mindesmarker paa Oen Man. (Explanations on Manx Scandinavian Crosses.) Copenhagen, 1900.

CRELLIN (Miss A. M.). On some things Manx, now obsolete. In Y.L.M. ii. Deals chiefly with domestic furniture and appliances. [2049]

BUGGE (Prof. Alexander). Vikingerne. (References to Manx Runic Stones.) Christiania, 1904.

Catalogue of the Museum in Castle Rushen, 1905. B. & S. pp. 31. 213x139.

North Staffordshire Field Club: Excursion to the Isle of Man. June, 1906. Illus. Douglas: B. & S. pp. 64. 215x137. [4802]
Contains an extended report of the four excursions.

JONES (E. Alfred). The Old Church Plate of the Isle of Man. London: Bemrose & Sons. 1907. pp. xxxii,34. 252x193. [835 G.F.C. Coll.]
With illus. of 27 pieces of old Church plate, including the turby silver pre-Reformation chalice, and the Kirk Malew silver paten.

BRATE (Erik). Runinskrifterna pa ˇo Man. Stockholm. Justus Cederquist for Kungl. Vitterhets. 1907. pp. 20-95. [5546, F 7]

Ballacurry Fort, Kirk Andreas. In Proc. i. See also vol. v, Mx Soc. [1399]

OLSEN (Magnus). Om Sproget. I, De Manske Rune Indskrifter at Magnus Olsen. (Christiania Videnskabs Selskabs Forhandlinger for 1909, No. 1.) 'Christiania : I Kommission Hos Jacob Dybad. 1909. pp. 26. 230x148. [5497, F 7]

RIGBY (Armitage, F.R.I.B.A.). Castle Rushen. In Prog. of meeting of Roy. Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland, 1910. [4777, F 7]

The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Programme of the Summer Meeting at Douglas, 1910. Dublin Ponsonby & Gibbs. 1910. pp. 56. 245x150. [4777, F 7]

Visit of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, July, 1910. In Proc. i.
Contains an account of 'St. Trinian's' by P. M. C. Kermode and Rev. J. Quine, M.A. ; 'Tynwald' by P. M. C. Kermode and Rev. J Quine, M.A.; 'Castle Rushen' by A. Rigby ; and 'St. German's' by Rev J. Quine, M.A.

QUINE (Rev. Canon, M.A.). St. German's. In Proc. i. Douglas: B. & S. 1911 (No. 7). pp. 350-353. 220x140. [1399]

SARGEAUNT (Bertram E.). The Sword of State: Its Origin. Proc. i, 1911. [1399]
The Sword of State is in the Manx Museum.

RIGBY (A.). Castle Rushen. In Proc. i, 1911. D'glas B. & S. 1911 (No. 7). pp. 342-349. Illus. 220x140. [1399]

RAGLAN (Lord, Lieut.-Governor). Castle Rushen. In Barrovian, Feb. 1912.

RIGBY (A., F.R.I.B.A.). Ruined Chapel on St. Michael's Island. In Proc. i, 1913. [1399]

SHETELIG (Dr. Haakon). Manx Crosses relating to Great Britain and Norway. In Saga Book of the Viking Soc. ix, Proc. 1914-18. pp. 253-274. Illus. [5725, F 7]

The Cross of St. Maughold, by Herbert Pitts. Illus. In The Treasury, July 1916. [3031, L6]

GRENSTED (Canon). White Stones. In Proc. i, 1923.

QUINE (Rev. Canon J.). Anglian Crosses in Maughold. In Proc. i, 1923.

__Notes on the Manx Church and the Founding of Rushen Abbey. In Proc. ii.

Report of Committee of Tynwald on disfigurement of ancient monuments, etc., by advertisement hoardings. In Debates, vol. 41. Douglas : B. & S. 1923. pp. 3. 240x180.

TWEMLOW (J. A.). Manx Notes from Tudor Liverpool. In Proc. ii.
Contains early spellings of the word 'Manx.' [Mannish, etc.]

OATES (J. N.). Round Old Douglas. In Proc. ii.

SWYNNERTON (Fredk.) and KERMODE (P. M. C.). Notes on the Kirk Maughold Cross. In Proc. Ii, 1924.

WOOD (G. W.). The Earliest Drawings of the Runic Crosses. In Proc. ii, 1924.

Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Old Silver Plate from ' anx Churches and private collections. L. G. M. 1924. ' p. 16. 228x 144.

DOUGLAS (Joseph E.). Castle Rushen. Douglas B. & S. 1925. pp. 27. 180x120. [4669, F 7]
4 illus. by E. C. Quayle, with a reproduction of Fane's plan, c. 1745.

Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Old Clocks and Watches from private collections in Man. Vic. Press. 1927. I p. 8. 230x146.

The Clock at Castle Rushen. In I.M. Examiner, Aug. 1927. [5623]

PETERSEN (Jan). Vikingetidens Smykker utgit av Stavanger Museum. 1928. pp. 222. 270x200. [5914]
An illustrated description of antiquities of the Viking age now in the Stavanger Museum.

Cambrian Arch. Assn. Report of the 83rd Annual Meeting, Isle of Man. Sept. 3-6, 1929. In Arch. Camb., Dec. 1929. p. 47. 240x182. [5998, F 7]
4 Ilhus. from photos by J. R. Bruce.

BRUCE (J. Ronald, M.Sc.) and CUBBON (William), Cronk yn How: an Early Christian and Viking Site, at Lezayre. Reprinted from ArchŠologia Cambrensis, Dec. 1930. Illus. with 19 plans and figures. pp. 267-308. [6223, F 7]
There are eight appendices to the Report of Bruce and Cubbon, the most important being by P. M. C. Kermode on the ten cross-slabs found ; and by J. J. Kneen on the place-names Alkest and Cronk yn How. The outstanding 'find' is the ' Cronk yn How Stone,' a ' monument of the Bronze Age unique in Britain.'

__Do. In Proc. iii, pp. 282-297. Illus. 1931.

The Preservation of Ancient Monuments : Report of the Ancient Monuments Committee upon the Monuments of which the Trustees are Guardians and as to the control which the Trustees have under the various Acts. L. G. M. 1930. pp. 4. 266x210. [A 365]

MARSTRANDER (Carl J. S., Professor of Celtic, University, Oslo). Jurbykorset, Isle of Man (English summary). In Norsk Tidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap. Band iv, pp. 370-8. Illus. 1930.
The author re-reads the Runic inscription upon the Jurby Cross showing figure of Heimdall, Jurby. Kermode's 'Crosses' No. 99.

__Killaloekorset (English summary). In Norsk Tidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap. Band iv, pp. 378-400. Illus. 1930.
The author draws attention to the great number (about 30) of Runic inscriptions in Man, and that in Ireland there is only one. He describes the character of the sculptured Norse cross at Killaloe, Ireland, near the residence of Brian Boruma, a district which was colonised by the Vikings.

CUBBON (William). The Treens of the Isle of Man. Seventeen parish maps 2in. to the mile, coloured, showing the Treens with Celtic and Norse names, and the lands occupied by the monastery of Rushen, Bishops, St. Trinians, St. Bees Baronies, Particles, etc. L.G.M. 1930. 560x300. [D 134]

Visit of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and; Archaeological Society. Prog. of the Meetings in Man, July 14, 15, 16, 1931. pp. 8. 205-160. [6283, F 7]

Peel Castle, by C. R. Shimmin, H.K. In Proc. iii, 229-231, 1931. [A 363]

CUBBON (William). Discovery of a Pre-Historic Oak Vessel at Chibbyr Unjin, Kirk Malew. Read at a meeting on 8th March 1932, of Roy. Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland. In Journal of the Soc. lxii, 1932, pp. 91-95; 6 full-page plates and plans. [6644, F 7] See also the Annual Reports and Catalogues of the Manx Museum.

 


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