Transactions of the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society

Volume 22

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Part 1, 1968

Archaeological finds in the City of London, 1965-6
Guildhall Museum

The Middlesex bibliography
Arthur H Hall

Note on Newgate Prison
Nellie J M Kerling

Eighteenth-century fieldwork in London and Middlesex: some unpublished drawings by William Stukely
F Celoria & B W Spencer

Some discoveries in the City of London, 1954-9
Peter R V Marsden

The Improved Industrial Dwellings Company
John Nelson Tarn

Part 2, 1969

Archaeological finds in the City of London, 1966-8
Guildhall Museum

A Roman site at Clapham
H J M Green

Did Wren design Terrace House, Battersea
Frank T Smallwood

The Roman pottery industry of London
Peter Marsden

Two native bronzes of the Roman period from London in the Nicholson Museum, Sydney
J V S Megaw

The brasses of Middlesex, Part 13: Harlington
H K Cameron

A human cremation burial from Hendon
Brian Robertson

A remarkable alignment of London churches
H R Ambler

Edwin Chadwick and the first large-scale Ordnance Survey of London
Ida Darlington

Part 3, 1970

Archaeological finds in the City of London, 1966-9
Guildhall Museum

An investigation of Roman road no. 167
Brian Robertson

A seventeenth-century hospital matron: Margaret Blague
Nellie J M Kerling

Documentary evidence for the medieval fabric of St Mary’s parish church, Willesden
Laurence Keen

Local, metropolitan and national history
Philip D Whitting

A London mystery solved
R Merrifield