Abbey-Lands, Notes on the Manx (P. G. Ralfe), 236, 485.
Address of Retiring President:
1906, Dr. Cassal, 11;
1907, P.M. C. Kermode, 81 ;
1908, P. M. C. Kermode, 147
1909, A. Rigby, 205;
1910, Lord Raglan, 367;
1911, Deemster Callow, 538;
1912, Deemster Callow, 649.
Antiquaries, Royal Society of (of Ireland), Visit to Man, 307-353.
Archaeological Survey of Man:
First Report, 1909, 223, 277-305;
Second Report, 1910, 360, 563-583;
Third Report, 1911, 554, 605-631.
Bailey, Dr. J. H., Coleoptera, 19, 95, 120, 172.
Ballacurry, Andreas, 17th Century Fort, 124, 176.
Ballahot, Malew. Discovery of Cinerary Urn, 33, 92.
Ballaterson, Maughold, Round Barrow Examined, 184, 469.
Beesley, H. Additions to List of Mosses, 164.
Bell, A. Nature and Origin of the Land Drifts, 556.
Bell, J. Birds- Nesting in Man, 182, 455.
Bennett, A. Additional Records of Flowering Plants, 213.
Bi-Lingual Inscription from Knoc-y-doonee, 366, 411.
Biological Station, Port Erin, and Nature Study Classes, 184, 463.
Bird-Life in Man, Comparison with Neighbouring Countries, (P. G. Ralfe) 131, 427.
Bird-Life on the South-West Coast, (PG. Ralfe), 238, 495.
Birds-Nesting in the Isle of Man (J. Bell) 182, 455.
Boundaries of Abbey-Lands in the Isle of Man (P. G. Ralfe) 485.
Boyd-Dawkins, Prof., The Geology of the Calf of Man, 115.
Carboniferous Rocks, (G. W. Lamplugh), 107.
Castle Rushen (A. Rigby), 51, 342.
Celtic Church, Constitution of the (P. M. C. Kermode), 421.
Monastry of St. Lua at Rushen Abbey, 548;
Celtic Settlement in Man, equivalent to an Irish Mortuath (P. M. C. Kermode), 482.
Celtic Tribal System in Man (P. M. C. Kermode), 185, 477.
Church Buildings in the Isle of Man earlier than the 11th Century (P. M. C. Kermode), 421.
Churches or Keeils, Ancient, of the Isle of Man, 131.
Cinerary Urn from Ballahot, Malew (J. Kewley), 33.
Clan System in Man, with the Names and Localities of the Clans in the 16th. Century (Rev. J. Quine), 54.
Clan Territories indicated by Place Names, 225, 226.
Climate of the Isle of Man (A. W. Moore), 447.
Coleoptera (Dr. Bailey), 19, 95, 120, 161, 172.
Comparison of Bird-Life in the Isle of Man with Neighbouring Countries (P. G. Ralfe), 131.
Comparison of Manx Flora with Surrounding Lands (P. G. Ralfe), 163, 427.
Conditions of the Isle of Man and its Inhabitants in the Fifth Century (P. M. C. Kermode), 185, 471.
Copper, Earliest record of ore mined in Man, 647.
Cronk-How-Moar, Rushen (P. M. C. Kermode), 558, 653.
Cronk Urleigh Tynwald (Rev. J. Quine), 178.
Davidson, Rev. J. Langness: Its Geology and Antiquities, 549,
Dialect Connected with the Fairies (Miss Morrison), 550. 561.
Drifts, The Manx (A. Bell), 556.
Eagle, White-tailed, taken at Greeba, 1907, 173.
Earliest Inhabitants of Man (F. Swynnerton), 365, 401.
Fairies, Dialect connected with, 550, 561.
Ferns of the Isle of Man (P. G. Ralfe), 165.
Flora of the Curraghs, 271 ; Additions to Manx, 25.
Folk-Lore, 15, 20, 180, 234, , 282, 291, 363, 365, 387, 475, 561, 608, 610, 613, 621, 624, 626.
Geological Society, Yorkshire, Visit to Man, 101
Geology and Antiquities, Langness (Rev. J. Davidson 549, 645.
Harrison, Rev. S. N., Excavation of a Round Barrow East
Ballaterson Cronk, Maughold, 469.
Herdman, W. A., Our Ignorance of Marine Biology 37 Remarks on Science, Industry and Education 554 597, 604.
Inquiry as to the Conditions of the Isle of Man and Inhabitants in
the Fifth Century, 471.
Introduction to the Study of the earlier Church Buildings in the Isle of Man (P. M. C. Kermode), 421.
Keeils, or Ancient Churches of Man (P. M. C. Kermode 131.
Kermode, Philip M. C.,
The Woodbourne Treasure Trove, 1894, 132, 437;
Inscribed Cross-slab from Keeill; at Ballavarkish, Bride, 593
Inquiry as to the Conditions in. the Isle of Man in the Fifth Century, 185,471
Notes on the Celtic Tribal System, 185, 477;
St. Trinians, 328; Tynwald, 336 ;
Bi-Lingual Inscription at Knoc-y-doonee, 411.
Early Church Buildings in Man, 421 ;
Peel Isle and the Shrine of St. Mochonna 550, 585.
Kewley, J., Cinerary Urn from Ballahot, 33, 92.
Lace, R., The Biological Station at Port Erin, 184, 463
Lamplugh, G. W., On the Carboniferous Rocks of Man, 1.
Land and Fresh-Water Molluscs of Man (F. Taylor),
Langness, Its Geology, Minerals, Clays and Antiquities (Rev. J. Davidson), 549, 645.
Lost Pre-historic Tales of the Isle of Man (F. Swinerton), 363, 387.
Marine Biology. Our Ignorance of (Dr. Herdman), Special interest
of study of (P. M. C. Kermode), Importance of (A. Rigby), 208.
Douglas Jul 1911, 550
Ramsey Dec 1906, 49
Ramsey Jan 1907, 51
Ramsey Apl 1911, 547
Molluscæ of the Isle of Man, Notes on the Land Freshwater (F. Taylor), 239, 509.
Morrison, Miss, on Manx Plant Names, 215. Manx Dialect connected with the Fairies 561. Mosses of the Isle of Man, 164.
Neolithic Refuse at Pooylvaish (F. Swynnerton), 241.
Peel Isle and the Shrine of S. Mochonna (P. M. C. Kermode), 550,
Plant-Names, Manx (P. G. Ralfe), 215, 637.
Prehistoric Tales of the Isle of Man, The Lost (F. Swinerton), 363, 387.
1906, Dr. Cassal, 11;
1907, P. M. Kermode, 81;
1908, P. M. C. Kermode, 147;
1909 A. Rigby, 205 ;
1910, Lord Raglan, 367 ;
1911, Deemster Callow, 649.
Protection of Ancient Buildings, 59
Quine (Rev. Canon, M.A.),
Evidence of a Clan System having existed in the Isle of Man, with names and localities of the principal Clans in the 16th century, 54 ;
Tynwald at Cronk Urleigh (Hill of Reneurling) 178;
Historical Note on S. Trinians, 332;
Historical Note on Tynwald, 341.
Raglan, Lord C. B., Address as retiring President, 367;
Address on Genealogy, 555.
Ralfe (P. G.),
A comparison of Bird Life in the Isle of Man and Neighbouring Countries, 131, 427;
Comparison of Manx Flora with surrounding lands, 163;
List of Ferns in the Isle of Man, 165;
Notes on the Manx Abbey Lands 236, 485 ;
Sea-bird Life on the s.w. Coast, 238, 495;
Manx Names of Plants, 637.
Castle Rushen, 51, 342;
The Ruined Chapel on S. Michaels Island, 131, 415;
Address as Retiring President, 205 ;
Forts and defensive earthworks awaiting survey, 207;
On the importance of Marine Biology, 209;
On the Manx Museum question, 209.
Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland; Visit to the Isle of Man, July, 1910, 307.
S. Germans Peel (Rev. Canon Quine), 350.
S. Trinians, Marown, Historical Note on (Rev. Canon Quine), 332.
Sargeaunt, B. E., The Ancient Sword of State, Its Origin, 395.
Science, Industry, and Education; Remarks on (Dr. W. A. Herdman) 554, 597.
Shrine of S. Mochonna, Peel Isle and the (P. M. C. Kermode), 550.
Neolithic Refuse at Pooylvaish, 241;
The lost Pre-Historic Tales of the Isle of Man, 363, 387 ;
The Earliest Inhabitants of the Isle of Man, 365, 401.
Taylor (Fred), Notes on the Land and Fresh-water Molluscæ of
the Isle of Man, 239, 509.
Tribal System, The Celtic, in the Isle of Man (P. M. C. Kermode), 185, 477.
Tynwald (P. M. C. Kermode), 336; Historical Note on (Rev. J. Quine), 341.
Visit to the Isle of Man of the North Staffordshire Field Club,
Visit of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, July, 1910, 307;
Visit of the Yorkshire Geological Society, June, 1907, 101.
Woodbourne Treasure Trove, 1894 (P. M. C. Kermode), 132, 437.