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Celtic Art in Pagan and Christian Times by J. Romilly Allen1904
English monastic life by Abbot Gasquet1904
The old service-books of the English church by Christopher Wordsworth1904
Remains of the prehistoric age in England by Bertram C. A. Windle1904
Archaeology and false antiquities by Robert Munro1905
The royal forests of England by J. Charles Cox1905
Shrines of British saints by J. Charles Wall1905
The bells of England by J. J. Raven1906
The domesday inquest by Adolphus Ballard1906
English seals by J. Harvey Bloom1906
The manor and manorial records by Nathaniel J. Hone1906
Parish life in mediæval England by Abbot Gasquet1906
The brasses of England by Herbert W. Macklin1907
English church furniture by John Charles Cox1907
Folklore as an historical science by George Laurence Gomme1908
The gilds and companies of London by George Unwin1908
English costume by George Clinch1909
The mediæval hospitals of England by Rotha Mary Clay1909
Old English instruments of music by Francis. Gaplin1910
The parish registers of England by J. Charles Cox1910
The castles and walled towns of England by Alfred Harvey1911
Old English libraries by Ernest Albert Savage1911
The Roman era in Britain by John Ward1911
Romano-British buildings and earthworks by John Ward1911
Ancient painted glass in England, 1170-1500 by Philip Nelson1913
Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century by J. Charles Cox1913
The hermits and anchorites of England by Rotha Mary Clay1914
The schools of medieval England by Arthur Francis Leach1915
The hundred and the hundred rolls by Helen M. Cam1930

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