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1898 ‘On some buildings of the Romano-British period discovered at Clanville, near Andover, and on a deposit of pewter vessels of the same period found at Appleshaw, Hants’ , 736-826. 1855 ‘Chester-le-Street: On the Evidences of its Occupation by the Romans; with an Account of the Discoveries made, and an attempt to determiune the Site and Roman Name of the Station’ 1st Ser.

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