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1860s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1863 Sir John Bowring General Discourse Inaugurating the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address) 1 pt 1 9-21
1863 Dr Scott [W. R. Scott] Statistics of the Deaf and Dumb 1 pt 1 22-28
1863 W. Pengelly The Lignites & Clays of Bovey Tracey 1 pt 1 29-39
1863 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Relations to Literature of a Provincial Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science and the Arts 1 pt 1 39-41
1863 [Chas] Spence Bate Bovisand Sand-Beds 1 pt 1 42-44
1863 W. S. M. D’Urban On the Ferns of South Africa and a comparison of them with the acrogenous plants of Great Britain and North America 1 pt 1 45-48
1863 W. Pengelly On the Age of Dartmoor Granites 1 pt 1 48-54
1864 C. Spence Bate Progress and Growth in the Association and at Large (Presidential Address) 1 pt 2 9-30
1864 W. Pengelly On the Chronological Value of the New Red Sandstone System of Devonshire 1 pt 2 31-43
1864 Rev. J. Erskine Risk Abstract of some recent remarks on recent controversies respecting the Antiquity of the Human Race 1 pt 2 44-50
1864 J. Brooking Rowe On Some Recent Additions to the Fauna of Devon 1 pt 2 51-52
1864 Edward Appleton Our Homes 1 pt 2 53-57
1864 Edward Parfitt Morphology in Primula Vulgaris Plena-Carnea 1 pt 2 58-59
1864 C. Stewart On the Structure and Cause of Colour in the Nacreous Layer of Shells 1 pt 2 60-62
1864 J. N. Hearder Imperfections in the Present Mode of Fitting Lightning Conductors 1 pt 2 63-73
1864 Dr Scott [W. R. Scott] On The Deaf and Dumb 1 pt 2 74-84
1864 E. Vivian Present Day Research (Presidential Address) 1 pt 3 9-30
1864 W. Pengelly The Introduction of Cavern Accumulations 1 pt 3 31-41
1864 W. Pengelly The Denudation of Rocks in Devonshire 1 pt 3 42-59
1864 Dr Scott On the Fisheries of Devonshire 1 pt 3 60-79
1864 E. Vivian The Pile Dwellings in the Lakes of Switzerland 1 pt 3 80-84
1864 E. Vivian The Climate of Torquay and South Devon 1 pt 3 85-90
1864 W. S. M. D’Urban On the late Rev. Professor Henslow’s System of Teaching Botany 1 pt 3 91-97
1864 S. Bevan Fox The Honey Bee 1 pt 3 98-110
1864 T. F. Barham On the Amount and Distribution of Sunshine [Highwick, Newton Abbot; Exeter] 1 pt 3 111-117
1864 J. N. Hearder On a Mode of Preserving Iron Plating of Wooden Ships From the Corrosive Action of Sea Water 1 pt 3 118-122
1864 C. Spence Bate On some Roman-British remains Found near Plymouth 1pt 3 123-133
1864 E. Parfitt On the Transmutation of Uredo Rosae Into Aregma Macronatum [fungi] 1 pt 3 134-137
1864 C. Spence Bate On a Cornish Kjökkenmödding [shell mound] 1 pt 3 138-139
1864 C. Spence Bate On a Barrow in Constantine Bay 1 pt 3 140
1865 Charles G. B. Daubeny Contrasts With The Past (Presidential Address) 1 pt 4 1-29
1865 W. Pengelly The Submerged Forests of Torbay 1 pt 4 30-42
1865 W. Vicary On the Feldspathic Traps of Devonshire 1 pt 4 43-49
1865 W. Pengelly On an Accumulation of Shells with Human Industrial remains found on a hill near the River Teign, Devonshire 1 pt 4 50-56
1865 W. Cotton Gold 1 pt 4 57-61
1865 E. Appleton The Artistic Treatment of Devonshire Building Materials 1 pt 4 62-67
1865 Fred. Mackenzie On the Flora of the Neighbourhood of Tiverton 1 pt 4 68-71
1865 E. Parfitt On the Crystallisation of Feldspar in Granite 1 pt 4 72-74
1865 J. N. Hearder Some Remarks on the Cost of the Light from Magnesium, as Compared with Other Sources of Illumination, with an Account of some New Inflammable and Explosive Compounds of Magnesium 1 pt 4 75-77
1865 J. N. Hearder An Account of some Experiments Made With the Electric Light 1 pt 4 78-85
1865 W. Pengelly On Cetacean remains Washed Ashore at Babbicombe [sic], South Devon 1 pt 4 86-89
1865 W. Pengelly On the Correlation of the Lignite Formation of Bovey Tracey, Devonshire, with the Hempstead Beds of the Isle of Wight 1 pt 4 90-94
1865 H. S. Ellis Oyster Breeding on the French System in the West of England 1 pt 4 95-96
1865 Rev. R. Gwatkin On Ancient Pile Dwellings 1 pt 4 96
1866 The Right Honourable Earl Russell Science, Literature and the Arts at Present Considered (Presidential Address) 1 pt 5 1-12
1866 Sir John Bowring Language with Special Reference to the Devonian dialects 1 pt 5 13-38
1866 Thomas Foster Barham On the Principle of Rhythm, as applied to English Verse 1 pt 5 39-44
1866 John Kelly Celtic Remains on Dartmoor 1 pt 5 45-48
1866 W. Pengelly The Triassic Outliers of Devonshire 1 pt 5 49-59
1866 E. Vivian On the Poor Laws; with the results of Union rating in Devon 1 pt 5 60-65
1866 Dr Scott Photographic Portraiture 1 pt 5 66-76
1866 W. Pengelly On a Newly-discovered Submerged Forest in Bigbury Bay, South Devon 1 pt 5 77-79
1866 Henry S. Ellis On a Flint-find in a Submerged Forest of Barnstaple Bay, near Westward-Ho 1 pt 5 80-81
1866 W. Pengelly On the Lithodomous Perforations, above the sea-level, in the Limestone Rocks in South Eastern Devonshire 1 pt 5 82-93
1866 Dr Scott On the Results of some Experiments made in Hybridizing certain varieties of Pear 1 pt 5 94-96
1866 E. Parfitt Fresh Water Polyzoa 1 pt 5 97-102
1866 W. Pengelly Raised Beaches 1 pt 5 103-109
1866 G. Wareing Ormerod On the Traces of Tin Streaming in the Vicinity of Chagford 1 pt 5 110-115
1866 James Hine St. Michael’s, Brent Tor 1 pt 5 116-121
1866 E. Appleton Archaeological Notes of Tavistock and Neighbourhood 1 pt 5 122-127
1866 C. Spence Bate An Attempt to Approximate the Date of the Flint Flakes of Devon and Cornwall 1 pt 5 128-136
1866 J. N. Hearder Experiments to Determine the rate of Magnetic Development in Iron, Whilst under the action of Electrical Currents 1 pt 5 137-142
1866 Dr Daubeny On the Dependence of the Amount of Ozone upon the Direction of the Wind 1 pt 5 143
1867 W Pengelly The Present Position of Opinion Respecting the Geology of Devonshire (Presidential Address) 2 pt 1 1-37
1867 J. R. Chanter North Devon Customs and Superstitions 2 pt 1 38-42
1867 W. Pengelly The Raised Beaches in Barnstaple Bay, North Devon 2 pt 1 43-56
1867 J. R. Chanter The Early History and Aborigines of North Devon and the Site of the supposed Cimbric Town Artavia 2 pt 1 57-69
1867 Sir John Bowring Devonian Folk-Lore Illustrated 2 pt 1 70-85
1867 E. Vivian On Prison Discipline [With Special Reference to the Devonport Gaol] 2 pt 1 86-92
1867 Townshend M. Hall Notes on the Priory of Saint Mary, at Pilton 2 pt 1 93-98
1867 John Augustus Parry On the Remains of Ancient Fortifications in the neighbourhood of Bideford 2 pt 1 99-105
1867 James Jerwood On the Longitude of Places and on the application of the Electric Telegraph to determine it 2 pt 1 106-110
1867 E. Vivian On St. John’s Church, Torquay, Struck by Lightning 2 pt 1 111-113
1867 Charles Johnston St. Anne’s Chapel – The Grammar School, Barnstaple 2 pt 1 114-123
1867 G. Wareing Ormerod Notes on the Carboniferous Beds adjoining the northern edge of the Granite of Dartmoor 2 pt 1 124-128
1867 W. Pengelly The Antiquity of Man, in the South-West of England 2 pt 1 129-161
1867 H. S. Ellis On some Mammalian Bones and Teeth found in the Submerged Forest at Northam 2 pt 1 162-163
1867 W. Pengelly On the Deposits Occupying the Valley between the Braddons and Waldon Hills, Torquay 2 pt 1 164-169
1867 W. Pengelly The Distribution of the Devonian Brachiopoda of Devonshire and Cornwall 2 pt 1 170-186
1867 H. Fowler On the Opening of an Ancient British Barrow at Huntshaw 2 pt 1 187-189
1867 Dr Kingdon The Silver Mines of CombMartin (sic) [Combe Martin] 2 pt 1 190-199
1867 E. Vicary On the source of the Murchisonite Pebbles and Boulders in the Triassic Conglomerates of Devonshire 2 pt 1 200-202
1867 Edward Parfitt The Annelids of Devon, with a resumé of the Natural History of the County 2 pt 1 203-208
1867 Edward Parfitt A Catalogue of the Annelids of Devonshire, with notes and observations 2 pt 1 209-246
1867 W. Pengelly Notes on the Meteoric Shower of November 1866; with Speculations suggested by it 2 pt 1 247-255
1867 Edward Parfitt On the Parasitism of Orobanche Major 2 pt 1 256-262
1867 W. Pengelly On the Floatation of Clouds, and the Fall of Rain 2 pt 1 263-266
1867 Charles Daubeny On the Temperature of the Ancient World 2 pt 1 267-278
1867 Richard William Cotton On the Part Taken by North Devon in the Earliest English Enterprises for the Purpose of Colonizing America 2 pt 1 279-282
1867 C. Spence Bate On a Cornish Kjökkenmödding 2 pt 1 283-284
1868 J. D. Coleridge Interdependence of Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address) 2 pt 2 285-302
1868 Dr Scott On the Salmonidae of Devon 2 pt 2 312-326
1868 George Neumann Passage of the Mount Cenis 2 pt 2 327-331
1868 Townshend M. Hall On the Mineral Localities of Devonshire 2 pt 2 332-346
1868 J. Erskine Risk The Science of History 2 pt 2 347-356
1868 E. Vivian The Evidences of Glacial Action in South Devon 2 pt 2 357-360
1868 E. Vivian On Vagrancy 2 pt 2 361-363
1868 Wentworth W. Buller On Predictive Meteorology 2pt 2 364-371
1868 Peter Orlando Hutchinson Hill Fortresses, Sling-Stones, and other Antiquities in South-eastern Devon 2 pt 2 372-382
1868 G. Wareing Ormerod On the Pseudomorphous Crystals of Chloride of Sodium, and their occurrence in Devonshire 2 pt 2 383-385
1868 Basil Henry Cooper The Antiquity of the use of the Metals and especially of Iron, among the Egyptians 2 pt 2 386-406
1868 W. Pengelly On the Condition of some of the Bones Found in Kent’s Cavern, Near Torquay, Devonshire 2 pt 2 407-414
1868 W. Pengelly The Submerged Forest and the Pebble Ridge of Barnstaple Bay 2 pt 2 415-422
1868 W. Pengelly The History of the Discovery of Fossil Fish in the Devonian Rocks of Devon and Cornwall 2 pt 2 423-442
1868 Edward Parfitt On the Marine and Fresh Water Sponges of Devonshire 2 pt 2 443-462
1868 James Jerwood On the Game of Chess 2 pt 2 462-468
1868 W. Pengelly The Literature of Kent’s Cavern, Torquay, prior to 1859 2 pt 2 469-522
1868 Dr Aexander V. W. Bikkers The Philosophy of Verbal Monopoly 2 pt 2 523-531
1868 Sir John Bowring Moral and Pecuniary Results of Prison Labour 2 pt 2 531-549
1868 W. R. Hodgson What is Capital? 2 pt 2 550-559
1868 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire During 1866 and 1867 2 pt 2 560-577
1868 James Jerwood On the Application of the Calculus of Probabilities to Legal and Judicial Subjects 2 pt 2 578-598
1868 Edward Appleton Sanitary Notes. Sewer Ventilation 2 pt 2 599-609
1868 Rev. R. Kirwan Notes on the Blights of Corn, with Suggestions for their Extermination 2 pt 2 610-619
1868 Rev. R. Kirwan Memoir of the Examination of Three Barrows at Broad Down, Farway, near Honiton 2 pt 2 619-649
1869 G. P. Bidder Rivers (Presidential Address) 3 17-36
1869 Edward Parfitt On Spontaneous Generation; or, the Origin of Life 3 42-59
1869 Edward Parfitt On the Protozoa of Devonshire 3 60-64
1869 Edward Parfitt A Catalogue of the Protozoa of Devonshire 3 65-74
1869 Townshend Hall On the Mineral Localities of Devonshire. Part II 3 75-78
1869 G. Wareing Ormerod Notice of Molars of Hippopotamus Major stated to have been found in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay 3 79-80
1869 G. Wareing Ormerod Notice of the Occurrence of Scapolite at Chagford, Devon 3 80
1869 Sir J. Bowring Statistics Social and Scientific 3 81-105
1869 J. Phillips Feasibility and Advisability of holding Industrial and Art Exhibitions at the Annual Meetings of this Association 3 106-112
1869 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the five years ending December 31st 1868 3 113-126
1869 W. Pengelly On the Submerged Forest at Blackpool, Near Dartmouth, South Devon 3 127-129
1869 Dr Newman On the Antiquity of Dartmouth 3 130-134
1869 James Jerwood Strictures on Microscopic Philosophizing 3 135-142
1869 P. O. Hutchinson Fossil Elephant’s Tooth 3 143
1869 Richard Edmonds On Extraordinary Agitations of the Sea Not Produced by Winds or Tides; with a Refutation of the new Theory thereon 3 144-152
1869 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire during 1868 3 153-165
1869 James Jerwood On the Application of Weight to test the Figure of the Earth 3 166-178
1869 E. Vivian On Science and Art as a Branch of National Education 3 179-190
1869 W. Pengelly The Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part II. Including the whole of the Rev. J. MacEnery’s Manuscript 3 191-482
1869 W. Pengelly On the alleged occurrence of Hippopotamus Major and Machairodus Latidens in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay 3 483-494
1869 Rev. R. Kirwan Notes on the Pre-historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part II. 3 495-500
1869 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Limits of Philosophical Enquiry 3 501-516
1869 Rev. R. Kirwan On the Origin and Appropriation of Stonehenge 3 517-524

1870s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1870 J. A. Froude The Conditions of Historical Study (Presidential Address) 4 pt 1 17-39
1870 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the six years ending with December 31st, 1869 4 pt 1 42-58
1870 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire in 1869, and in the four years ending with December 31st, 1869 4 pt 1 59-72
1870 W. Pengelly The Ash Hole and Bench Bone-Caverns, at Brixham, South Devon 4 pt 1 73-80
1870 W. Pengelly The Literature of the Caverns near Yealmpton, South Devon 4 pt 1 81-105
1870 W. Pengelly Notes on Vessels made of Bovey Lignite and Kimmeridge Coal 4 pt 1 105-108
1870 W. Pengelly On the Rainfall Received at the same station by Gauges at different heights above ground 4 pt 1 109-132
1870 Townshend M. Hall The Abnormal Structure of Ferns 4 pt 1 133-135
1870 P. F. S. Amery Stones Found at Swincombe (Dartmoor), probably connected with ancient mining there 4 pt 1 136-137
1870 Edward Parfitt Fossil Sponge Spicules in the Green Sand of Haldon and Blackdown 4 pt 1 138-144
1870 Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing Instinct and Reason 4 pt 1 145-156
1870 R. W. Woollcombe Remarks on the probable inapplicability of the Rifle Principle for Vertical or Mortar Fire, and a Suggestion of another method 4 pt 1 157-160
1870 Edward Parfitt Crustacea Podothalmata, and the Histology of their Shells 4 pt 1 161-180
1870 Edward Parfitt A Catalogue of the Crustacea Podothalmata of Devonshire 4 pt 1 181-194
1870 W. Pengelly The Modern and Ancient Beaches of Portland 4 pt 1 195-205
1870 J. N. Hearder On the Fulgurator; a new Apparatus for producing electric sparks of very great length 4 pt 1 206-212
1870 J. N. Hearder The Degeneration of our Sea Fisheries 4 pt 1 213-237
1870 John Phillips Annual Industrial Exhibitions in Devonshire 4 pt 1 238-243
1870 Sir John Bowring The Life and Writings of Josephus Iscanus, the Swan of Isca [twelfth century] 4 pt 1 244-256
1870 W. Pengelly The Supposed Influence of the Moon on the Rainfall 4 pt 1 257-290
1870 E. Tawney On the Occurrence of Fossils at Smugglers’ Cove, Torquay 4 pt 1 291-294
1870 Rev. R. Kirwan [Rector of Gittisham] Notes on the Pre-Historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part III 4 pt 1 295-304
1870 Rev. B. H. Cooper On the ‘One-Eyed’ Arimaspians 4 pt 1 305-320
1870 Frederick Row Prison Discipline with especial reference to the Devonport Gaol 4 pt 1 321-329
1870 William Whitaker List of Works on the Geology, Mineralogy and Palaeontology of Devonshire 4 pt 1 330-352
1871 Rev. Canon Kingsley Review of ‘Nature’ (Presidential Address) 4 pt 1 377-395
1871 J. A. Parry A Brief Sketch of the Early History of Bideford 4 pt 2 400-408
1871 G. Wareing Ormerod The Fall and Restoration of the Cromlech at Drewsteignton, in the County of Devon, 1862 4 pt 2 409-411
1871 A. H. A. Hamilton Notes on the Population of Devonshire 4 pt 2 412-417
1871 Richard Edmonds On the Name Britain and the Phoenicians 4 pt 2 418-422
1871 G. Wareing Ormerod Notice of the Firing at the Battle between the Alabama and Kersage, off Cherbourg, June 19th 1864, being heard in Devon 4 pt 2 423-424
1871 Captain Charlewood Euphrates Valley Railway 4 pt 2 425-430
1871 N. Whitley The Rainfall on the Low Lands of the Estuary of the Taw 4 pt 2 431-432
1871 Townshend M. Hall On Certain Instances of Concentric Lamination Observed Amongst the Pebbles on Northam Ridge 4 pt 2 433-437
1871 J. S. Amery Is the Cavern at Pridhamsleigh, near Ashburton, worth exploring? 4 pt 2 438-440
1871 W. Pengelly Was Britain the Island of the Hyperboreans mentioned by Diodorus Siculus, in a passage supposed to be quoted from Hecataeus? 4 pt 2 441-454
1871 P. O. Hitchinson On a Second Fossil Tooth found at Sidmouth 4 pt 2 455
1871 Edward Parfitt On the Boring of Molluscs, Annelids, and Sponges into Rock, Wood and Shells 4 pt 2 456-466
1871 W. Pengelly The Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part III 4 pt 2 467-490
1871 C. Spence Bate On the Prehistoric Antiquities of Dartmoor 4 pt 2 491-516
1871 C. Spence Bate On the Clitter of the Tors of Dartmoor 4 pt 2 517-519
1871 C. Spence Bate A Contribution towards determining the Etymology of Dartmoor Names 4 pt 2 520-535
1871 W. Pengelly Notes on the Existence of Pre-Cretaceous Sponges 4 pt 2 536-539
1871 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Part VII. Crustacea – sub-class Cirrepedia 4 pt 2 540-552
1871 J. R. Chanter A History of Lundy Island 4 pt 2 553-611
1871 Townshend M. Hall Notes on the Geology and Mineralogy of the Island of Lundy 4 pt 2 612-624
1871 W. Pengelly Further Considerations on the Influence of the Moon on the Rainfall 4 pt 2 625-640
1871 Rev. R. Kirwan Notes on the Pre-historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part IV 4 pt 2 641-653
1871 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire in 1870, and in the five years ending with December 31st, 1870 4 pt 2 654-670
1871 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay during the seven years ending with December 31st, 1870 4 pt 2 671-694
1872 The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Exeter Scientific Spirit and our debt to it (Presidential Address) 5 17-29
1872 P. O. Hitchinson Fossil Teeth at Sidmouth 5 39-40
1872 G. Wareing Ormerod What is Grimspound? 5 41-46
1872 P. O. Hutchinson Iron Pits 5 47-50
1872 E. Vivian On Astigmatism and Colour Blindness 5 51-56
1872 E. Parfitt Some Notes on that part of Mr Chanter’s Paper relating to the Insect Fauna of Lundy Island 5 57-61
1872 R. N. Worth Notes on the Rocks in the Neighbourhood of Plymouth 5 62-68
1872 Townshend M. Hall Records of Tide, Rain, and Wind, during the Carboniferous Period in North Devon 5 69-72
1872 G. Wareing Ormerod Notice of Pre-historic Remains formerly existing near Drewsteignton Cromlech, observed by the Rev. R. Polwhele prior to 1793, and mapped by the Rev. William Grey in 1838 5 73-74
1872 George Pycroft Is there Evidence of Glacial Action in the Valleys of Dawlish and Ashcombe, South Devon? 5 75-81
1872 P. O. Hutchinson Bronze Celt found near Sidmouth 5 82-83
1872 J. M. Martin Exmouth Warren and its threatened destruction 5 84-89
1872 Sir John Bowring Ancient Exeter and its Trade 5 90-106
1872 J. N. Hearder On the Progress of Electro-Therapeutics; with a description of Galvanic instruments invented by the author 5 107-116
1872 W. Cotton Some Account of the Ancient Guilds of the City of Exeter 5 117-138
1872 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the eight years ending with December 31 1871 5 139-161
1872 W. Pengelly Note on an Experiment to Predict Annual Rainfall 5 162-164
1872 W. Pengelly Notes on the Machairodus Latidens Found, by Rev. J. MacHenery, in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay 5 165-179
1872 W. Pengelly ‘Is it a Fact?’ 5 180-215
1872 H. S. Gill Devonshire Tokens of the Seventeenth Century 5 216-243
1872 E. Vivian On Rainfall as affected by the Height of Gauges above the Ground 5 243-245
1872 E. Vivian Vital Statistics from the Experience of the United Kingdom Temperance and General Provident Institution 5 246-248
1872 W. Pengelly The Literature of the Oreston Caverns, near Plymouth 5 249-316
1872 H. S. Gill A few remarks on an Ancient British Coin Found on Northernhay, Exeter 5 317-318
1872 Sir John Bowring On Fables and Fabulists in Connection with John Gay 5 319-329
1872 Sir John Bowring Sir Thomas Bodley 5 330-343
1872 Rev. R. Kirwan On Aurora Borealis 5 344-351
1872 E. Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Part VIII. Echinodermata 5 352-370
1872 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire in 1871, and in the six years ending with December 31st, 1871 5 371-391
1872 J. Ingleby MacKenzie Seven Years’ Meteorology of Sidmouth, 1865-1871 5 392-403
1872 William Whitaker Supplementary List of Works on the Geology, Mineralogy, and Palaeontology of Devonshire 5 404-415
1872 W. Pengelly The Signs of the Hotels, Taverns, Inns, Wine-and-Spirit-Vaults, and Beershops in Devonshire 5 416-509
1872 C. Spence Bate On the Original Map of the Royal Forest of Dartmoor, Illustrating the Perambulation of Henry III, 1240 [includes a version ‘traced’ from the original] 5 510-548
1872 C. Spence Bate Researches into some Ancient Tumuli on Dartmoor [includes Hammeldon Down and the illustration of the bronze dagger and the amber pommel, the latter in colour] 5 549-557
1873 Rt Hon. S. Cave Three Great Pursuits: Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address) 6 pt 1 17-27
1873 W. Pengelly The Ossiferous Caverns and fissures in the neighbourhood of Chudleigh, Devonshire 6 pt 1 46-60
1873 W. Pengelly The Literature of the Cavern at Anstey’s Cove, near Torquay, Devonshire 6 pt 1 61-69
1873 W. Pengelly The Literature of the Caverns at Buckfastleigh, Devonshire 6 pt 1 70-72
1873 The Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Sketch of B. R. Haydon 6 pt 1 73-77
1873 R. N. Worth The Common Seals of Devon 6 pt 1 78-100
1873 J. Brooking Rowe Devonshire Gilds. Plymouth and Totnes 6 pt 1 101-106
1873 Edward Parfitt Annelids versus Rain-Drops; or, remarks on Mr Hall’s paper on fossil rain-drops 6 pt 1 107-110
1873 J. Ingleby MacKenzie Meteorology of Sidmouth in 1872 6 pt 1 111-116
1873 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the nine years ending with December 31st, 1872 6 pt 1 117-138
1873 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire in 1872, and in the seven years ending with December 31st, 1872 6 pt 1 139-158
1873 H. S. Gill On Devonshire Tokens. Part II 6 pt 1 159-172
1873 J. R. Chanter Devonshire Lanes with some notes on the highways and byeways of north Devon in the olden time 6 pt 1 173-196
1873 A. R. Hunt On some Gold Coins found at Blackpool, near Dartmouth, in 1869 6 pt 1 197-199
1873 W. H. Gamlen The Toad-Stone 6 pt 1 200-202
1873 John S. Amery Notice of supposed Acoustic Jars found in the Parish Church of St. Andrew, at Ashburton 6 pt 1 203-205
1873 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker On Domestic Servitude in Devonshire a century ago, as shown by an appeal for higher wages 6 pt 1 206-210
1873 W. Pengelly The Granite Boulder on the shore of Barnstaple Bay, North Devon 6 pt 1 211-222
1873 H. G. J. Clements Local Vestiges of Sir Walter Raleigh 6 pt 1 223-231
1873 P. O. Hutchinson Submerged Forest and Mammoth Teeth at Sidmouth 6 pt 1 232-235
1873 E. Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Part IX. Sessile-Eyed Crustaceae 6 pt 1 236-260
1873 P. F. S. Amery Some hitherto unrecorded Hill Fortresses near Ashburton 6 pt 1 261-265
1873 W. Pengelly Relics of the Past Observed at Torquay, Devonshire 6 pt 1 266-269
1873 J. Brooking Rowe On the Occurrence of Calosoma Sychophanta in Devonshire 6 pt 1 270-271
1873 C. Spence Bate Researches into some ancient Tumuli on Dartmoor 6 pt 1 272-275
1873 Robert Diamond Sir George Carey of Cockington; a Devonshire Worthy of the Elizabethan Era 6 pt 1 276-292
1873 W. Pengelly The Cave-Man of Mentone 6 pt 1 293-330
1874 The Right Honble. The Earl of Devon (Presidential Address) 6 pt 2 364-369
1874 W. C. Lake Sketch of the History of Teignmouth 6 pt 2 373-386
1874 G. Wareing Ormerod Wayside Crosses in the District bordering the East of Dartmoor 6 pt 2 387-399
1874 John Edward Lee Notes on Trappean Rocks 6 pt 2 400-411
1874 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker A Sketch of Bishopsteignton 6 pt 2 412-416
1874 W. c. Lake Meteorology of Teignmouth, 1854 to 1860 6 pt 2 417-424
1874 W. Pengelly The Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the ten years ending with December 31st, 1873 6 pt 2 425-446
1874 W. Pengelly The Rainfall in Devonshire in 1872, and in the eight years ending with December 31st, 1873 6 pt 2 447-465
1874 J. Ingleby-MacKenzie Summary of the Meteorology of Sidmouth in 1873 6 pt 2 466-468
1874 E. Vivian On Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments 6 pt 2 469-474
1874 Edward Appleton Sanitary Arrangements for Villages and Small Places 6 pt 2 475-480
1874 Rev. J. Erskine Risk On Early Christian Art 6 pt 2 481-495
1874 Edward Appleton Architectural Notes of Torre Abbey, Torquay, 1874 6 pt 2 496-500
1874 J. R. Chanter The Early Poetry of Devonshire: with a calendar of Devonian Poets, and notices of obscure and forgotten versifiers, from the eleventh to the seventeenth century 6 pt 2 501-546
1874 Townshend M. Hall Notes on the Occurrence of Mineral Oil in Shale at Barnstaple 6 pt 2 547
1874 A. Champernowne On a Contortion of the Limestone of Torquay and the presence of Calceola Sandalina at its base 6 pt 2 548-551
1874 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Workhouse Children and their treatment, as illustrated by a large union in Devonshire [Newton Abbot Union] 6 pt 2 552-559
1874 W. Pengelly Notes on Dr Riviere’s Discovery of Three New Human Skeletons in the Mentone Caverns, in 1873-4 6 pt 2 560-566
1874 E. Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Part X. Conchology 6 pt 2 567-640
1874 Captain George Peacock Fibre from the Malva Lavatera Arborea, or Tree-Mallow 6 pt 2 641-645
1874 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire 6 pt 2 646-685
1874 R. N. Worth The Common Seals of Devon. Part II [Exeter, Plymouth, Tiverton] 6 pt 2 686-688
1874 P. Varwell Winds and Storms 6 pt 2 689-696
1874 W. B. Scott Salmon Passes 6 pt 2 697-702
1874 R. N. Worth Notes on the Limestone of Yealmpton and its Associated Rocks 6 pt 2 703-706
1874 W. R. Hall Jordan Notes on the Natural History of Teignmouth and its Vicinity 6 pt 2 707-715
1874 E. Parfitt Fauna of Devon. Part XI. Myriopoda, etc. 6 pt 2 716-727
1874 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Sketch of Winthrop Mackworth Praed 6 pt 2 728-735
1874 Paul Q. Karkeek Devonshire Witches [three cases of Bideford women in 1682] 6 pt 2 736-763
1874 Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing The Sessile-eyed Crustacea of Devon 6 pt 2 764-773
1874 N. S. Heineken Archaeological Memoranda (finds at Sidmouth) 6 pt 2 774
1874 W. Pengelly The Cavern Discovered in 1858 in Windmill Hill, Brixham, South Devon 6 pt 2 775-856
1875 R. J. King Devonshire History (Presidential Address) 7 25-49
1875 W. Pengelly Miscellaneous Devonshire Gleanings. Part I. [includes William, Prince of Orange in Devonshire; Devon MPs in 1710] 7 64-75
1875 Paul Q. Karkeek Thomas Benet: A Biographical Sketch 7 75-78
1875 J. M. Hawker Sketch of [Tristram] Risdon 7 79-83
1875 W. C. Lake On the Comparative Meteorology of Devonshire 7 84-88
1875 Rev. Frederic T. Colby The History of Great Torrington 7 89-101
1875 George Doe The Examination of Two Barrows Near Torrington 7 102-105
1875 E. Parfitt Fauna of Devon. Part XII. Fishes 7 106-149
1875 R. N. Worth Alluvial Deposits on Plymouth Hoe 7 150-153
1875 W. Pengelly Notes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon 7 154-161
1875 E. Parfitt On the Drift Gravels on the Cliffs of the South Coast of Devon, From Langstone Point to Dawlish 7 162-170
1875 Rev. Hugh Fowler Biographical Notice of the Late Mr Thomas Fowler, of Torrington, with some account of his inventions 7 171-178
1875 J. R. Chanter Tawton – The First Saxon Bishopric of Devonshire 7 179-196
1875 W. Pengelly Memoranda. Part I [Exminster Castle, Exminster Monastery, meteorological phenomena, equinoctial ocean wave] 7 197-202
1875 P. O. Hutchinson The Population of Sidmouth From 1260 to the Present Time 7 203-208
1875 R. N. Worth The Economic Geology of Devon 7 209-233
1875 Edward Appleton The Economic Geology of Devon 7 234-246
1875 W. Pengelly Notes on a Tooth of Machairodus Latidens in the Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter 7 247-260
1875 Paul Q. Karkeek Recent Cases of Supposed Witchcraft in Devonshire [Chelston, Torquay, in 1875; Exeter; Newton Abbot] 7 261-268
1875 R. N. Worth Common Seals of Devon. Part III [Plymouth; sidmouth; Stonehouse] 7 269
1875 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Devonshire Farm Lads 7 270-278
1875 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part II 7 279-324
1875 E. Parfitt On the Decay of Limestone Fragments Imbedded in the New Red Sandstone Cliffs on the Coast of South Devon 7 325-328
1875 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devonshire. Introductory I. Buckland [includes further 8 pages of drawings] 7 329-366
1875 Townshend M. Hall Notes on the Anthracite Beds of North Devon 7 367-375
1875 W. Pengelly Devonshire Gleanings from ‘Manningham’s Diary’ [notes on references to Thomas Bodley, Sir John Dodderidge, Sir John Glanvil, John Harris, Sir John Hele, Richard Hooker, Sir William Peryam, and Sir Walter Raleigh] 7 376-386
1875 E. Parfitt The Natural History of Euglena Viridis 7 387-400
1875 W. Pengelly Verbal Provincialisms of South-Western Devonshire 7 401-569
1875 R. J. King The Folk-Lore of Devonshire 7 570-571
1875 D. Pidgeon Notes on the Marine Conchology of Torbay, With List of Species Collected 1874-5 7 572-592
1876 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Social Effects of Advancements in Art, Literature and Science (Presidential Address) 8 25-42
1876 G. Wareing Ormerod Historical Sketch of the Parish of Chagford 8 62-81
1876 Robert Dymond Memoir of John Dunning, First Lord Ashburton 8 82-112
1876 H. S. Gill Devonshire Tokens, Part III 8 113-116
1876 Paul Q. Karkeek Fairfax in the West, 1645-1646 8 117-147
1876 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire, Part III 8 148-244
1876 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Part XIV. Birds 8 245-310
1876 R. N. Worth The Ancient Stannary of Ashburton 8 311-322
1876 P. F. S. Amery Sketch of Ashburton and the Woollen Trade 8 323-350
1876 R. J. King Coplestone Cross; and a Charter of Eadgar, A.D. 974 8 351-359
1876 Edward Windeatt The Dismissal of Sir Edward Seymour from the Recordership of Totnes by James II. 1687 8 360-369
1876 W. F. Collier Dartmoor 8 370-379
1876 A. H. A. Hamilton The Jurisdiction of the Lord Warden of the Stannaries in the Time of Sir Walter Raleigh 8 380-383
1876 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Choir-Screen of Exeter Cathedral: Its Relation to Christian Art, and the probably use to which it was first put 8 384-390
1876 J. Phillips The Ashburton Urn 8 391-395
1876 J. B. Davidson Some Anglo-Saxon Boundaries, Now Now Deposited at the Albert Museum, Exeter 8 396-419
1876 Robert Dymond John Ford, Dramatist [bn c.1586] 8 420-426
1876 W. A. E. Ussher On Some Old Gravels of the River Dart Between Totnes and Holne bridge 8 427-433
1876 Lieut. C. Worthy A Memoir of Bishop Stapledon [fourteenth century] 8 442-452
1876 J. M. Martin The Changes of Exmouth Warren. Part II 8 453-460
1876 Thomas Andrew Observations on the Recent Floods in the Dawlish Valley 8 461-466
1876 Paul Q. Karkeek Queen Henrietta Maria in Exeter and Her Escape Therefrom. 1644 8 467-479
1876 R. N. Worth William Cookworthy and the Plymouth China Factory 8 480-496
1876 Edmund Bishop Saint Boniface and His Correspondence 8 497-515
1876 Townshend M. Hall Fossil Fish of North Devon [paper was read at Ashburton in 1876, but published in the Geological Magazine, Sept. 1876, pp 410-412] 8 516
1876 A. H. A. Hamilton The Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon in the Year 1592 8 517-525
1876 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Two Ashburton Scholars: Gifford and Ireland 8 526-534
1876 P. O. Hutchinson Jar Found at Musbury 8 535-536
1876 W. Pengelly Devonshire Gleanings from ‘Notes and Queries’, Part I [everything written by anyone on any person or topic belonging to Devon in N&Q from 1849 onwards – arranged alphabetically] 8 537-796
1876 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devon, Part II, Buckland 8 797-808
1876 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devon, Part III, Buckfast 8 809-894
1877 The Ven. Archdeacon Earle Science, literature and the Arts (Presidential Address) 9 29-54
1877 Robert Dymond Kingsbridge and Dodbrooke. An Historical Sketch 9 143-155
1877 James Hine A Plea for the Picturesque in Devonshire Towns 9 156-163
1877 Re. J. Erskine Risk The Altar-Piece of St. Andrew’s Chapel, Plymouth as illustrative of the prinmciples of Christian art in the treatment of the subject of the Crucifixion 9 164-169
1877 Edward Parfitt Notes on the Idol Found at Kingsteignton 9 170-176
1877 W. Pengelly Notes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon. Part II 9 177-183
1877 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Sketch of John Prideaux, Bishop of Worcester 9 184-187
1877 Paul Q. Karkeek White Ale 9 188-197
1877 J. B. Davidson The Saxon Conquest of Devonshire 9 198-221
1877 W. A. E. Ussher A Chapter on the Budleigh Pebbles 9 222-226
1877 E. Appleton Encroachment of the Sea at Westward Ho! 9 227-233
1877 A. H. A Hamilton The Attempted Introduction of the Culture of Silk into Devonshire in the Reign of James the First 9 234-235
1877 E. Parfitt Fauna of Devon. Reptiles 9 236-242
1877 E. Windeatt William Brockedon. A Biographical Sketch [of Totnes] 9 243-249
1877 R. N. Worth Puritanism in Devon, and the Exeter Assembly 9 250-291
1877 Peter Orlando Hutchinson Scheme for a History of Devonshire 9 292-295
1877 W. A. E. Ussher On the Age and Origin of the Watcombe Clay 9 296-300
1877 Robert Dymond Heraldic Discovery in Exeter Cathedral 9 301-305
1877 Edward Parfitt Fauna of Devon. Mammalia 9 306-330
1877 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Sketch of Wolcot (Peter Pindar) [poet of Kingsbridge – late eighteenth century] 9 331-335
1877 Paul Q. Karkeek Sir Edmund Fortescue and the Siege of Fort Charles [Civil War] 9 336-350
1877 W. Pengelly Notes on Slips Connected With Devonshire 9 351-360
1877 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devon. Part IV. Newenham 9 361-379
1877 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devon. Part V. Dunkeswell 9 380-391
1877 W. A. E. Ussher A Classification of the Triassic Rocks of Devon and West Somerset, with some general observations on the variability of strata 9 392-399
1877 Arthur Roope Hunt On Some Large Aplysiae Taken in Torbay in 1875 9 400-403
1877 A. H. A. Hamilton The Justices of the Peace of the County of Devon and the Benevolences of 1614 and 1622 9 404-406
1877 R. N. Worth The Styles and Titles of the Municipal Corporations of Devonshire 9 407-408
1877 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VI 9 409-448
1878 Sir Samuel White Baker Discoveries and Improvements of This Century (Presidential Address) 10 29-50
1878 W. Pengelly The Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part IV 10 141-181
1878 Arthur Roope hunt Notes on Torbay 10 182-195
1878 W. Pengelly The Geology of North-Eastern Coast of Paignton 10 196-202
1878 W. A. E. Ussher On the Geology of Paignton 10 203-208
1878 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Myles Coverdale [bn 1488; dd 1569] 10 209-213
1878 Edward Windeatt Benjamin Kennicott, D.D. A Biographical Sketch [bn Totnes 1718; dd 1787] 10 214-222
1878 Paul Q. Karkeek The First Visit of Charles I to Devon, 1625 10 223-236
1878 J. B. Davidson On Some Ancient Documents Relating to Crediton Minster 10 237-254
1878 W. Pengelly Notes on Slips Connected With Devonshire. Part II 10 255-268
1878 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker North and South Devon in Contrast 10 269-275
1878 R. N. Worth Notes on the Historical Connections of Devonshire Place-Names 10 276-308
1878 A. H. A. Hamilton The Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon Under Charles I and Oliver Cromwell 10 209-314
1878 Paul Q. Karkeek Extracts from a Memorandum Book belonging to Thomas Roberts and Family of Stockleigh Pomeroy. 1621 to 1644 10 315-329
1878 Rev. W. Downes The Fossils of the Culm Measure Limestones Around Holcombe Rogus 10 330-334
1878 Edward Parfitt Archaeological Discoveries in Exeter, Made during April and May, 1878 [Greek and Roman coins at Palace Gate site] 10 335-348
1878 J. Brooking Rowe Cistercian Houses of Devon, Part VI. Ford 10 349-376
1878 W. A. E. Ussher On the Mouth of the River Exe 10 377-383
1878 H. S. Gill Devonshire Tokens. Part IV 10 384-387
1878 Thomas Andrew Notes on a Carved Stone Head found in the Parish of Whitstone 10 388-391
1878 A. W. Hurrell ‘Wreckage’, and Lord Devon’s Rights to the Same, on the South Devon Coast 10 392-398
1878 Paul Q. Karkeek Collectanea Curiosa Devoniensia [capture of Torrington in 1646; Prince Maurice at Whitleigh in 1643; the Bastard family of Kitley near Yealmpton, etc.] 10 399-403
1878 R. N. Worth On the Origin of the Ossiferous Deposits in the Oreston Caves 10 404-410
1878 Edward Parfitt Fauna of Devon. Lepidoptera 10 411-588
1878 H. S. Gill On Silver Regal Money Coined in Devonshire Mints 10 589-610
1878 Arthur Roope Hunt On the Growth of Aplysiae in Torbay 10 611-617
1878 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part V 10 618-629
1878 W. Pengelly Remains of Whales Found on the Coast of Devonshire. Part II 10 630-635
1879 Sir R. P. Collier Landscape Painting (Presidential Address) 11 29-47
1879 Mrs Slade King Notes on the Older Times of Ilfracombe 11 161-167
1879 Richard W. Cotton The North Devon Fleet in 1588 11 168-179
1879 Townshend M. Hall History of the Classification and Nomenclature of the North Devon Rocks 11 180-190
1879 J. R. Chanter Vestiges of an Early Guild of St. Nicholas at Barnstaple, A.D. 1303 11 191-212
1879 W. Pengelly The Parish Expenditure of Milton Abbot, Devon, for the year 1588 11 213-255
1879 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Bishop Jewel’s Birthplace [John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, born Berrynarbor, near Ilfracombe] 11 256-261
1879 J. Brooking Rowe Manly Peeke of Tavistock [Richard Peeke who sailed in the Convertine in 1621 expedition against piracy] 11 262-275
1879 Townshend M. Hall On the Geology of the Ilfracombe Coastline 11 276-282
1879 R. N. Worth Lydford and Its Castle 11 283-302
1879 Edward Paerfitt Archaeological Discoveries in Exeter, 1878-9 11 303-310
1879 Arthur Roope Hunt On a Granite Block from the Salcombe Fishing Grounds 11 311-318
1879 W. Pengelly The Metamorphosis of the Rocks extending from Hope Cove to Start Bay, South Devon 11 319-342
1879 Paul Q, Karkeek Collectanea Curiosa Devoniensis. Part II [miscellanea on Torre Abbey; Dartmouth; Berry Pomeroy Castle] 11 343-347
1879 A. H. A. Hamilton Stateof the Volunteers of Devonshire on the year 1803 11 348-351
1879 Townshend M. Hall Notes on some Errors Relating to North Devon – Geological 11 352-357
1879 W. Pengelly Notes of Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part III 11 358-370
1879 Robert Dymond Historical Documents relating to Dartmoor [thirteenth and fourteenth century] 11 371-387
1879 P. O. Hutchinson Fossil Plant discovered near Sidmouth 11 388-390
1879 E. Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Neuroptera 11 391-421
1879 W. A. E. Ussher On the Deposits of Petrockstowe in Devon 11 422-428
1879 Townshend M. Hall Note on the Occurrence of Granite Boulders Near Barnstaple and of a Vein of Granitoid Rock at Portledge 11 429-432
1879 Rev. W. Downes Limestones of Westleigh and Holcombe Rogus. Second paper 11 433-441
1879 J. B. Davidson Hooker’s Journal of the House of Commons in 1571 11 442-492
1879 Rev. Treasurer Hall The Manor House, Berry Narbor (Berrynarbor) 11 493-496
1879 R. N. Worth Notes on the History of Printing in Devon [Devon was fifth county into which printing was introduced – Tavistock in 1525 set up a printing press] 11 497-515
1879 T. R. R. Stebbing Sessile-eyed Crustacea of Devon, Supplementary List 11 516-525
1879 W. Pengelly Notes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VI 11 525-548

1880s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1880 Professor H. W. Dyke Acland Relationships of Science, Literature and Art in Modern Thought (Presidential Address) 12 29-55
1880 E. Windeatt An Historical Sketch of Totnes 12 159-178
1880 P. F. S. Amery The Gild Merchant of Totnes 12 179-191
1880 Robert Dymond Ancient Documents Relating to the Civil History of Totnes [extracts from John Hoker’s Common Place Book] 12 192-203
1880 T. W. Windeatt The Landing of the Prince of Orange at Brixham, 1688 12 204-225
1880 Edward Appleton Notice of a Wooden Effigy Found at Dartmouth, 1879 12 226-227
1880 R. N. Worth Were there Druids in Devon? 12 238-242
1880 Edward Parfitt Meteorological Phenomena 12 243-250
1880 W. A. E. Ussher Physical features of Devonshire 12 251-273
1880 Rev. Treasuer Hawker River of Dart 12 274-284
1880 F. T. Elworthy Devonshire Speech the True Classic English 12 285-290
1880 Arthur R. Hunt Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the coast of South Devon 12 291-303
1880 W. Pengelly Notes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon. Part III 12 304-311
1880 Edward Windeatt The Fitting Out of Two Vesels Against the Spanish Armada at Dartmouth in 1588 [the Crescent and the Harte] 12 312-321
1880 John S. Amery The Accounts of the Receiver of the Corporation of Totnes in the Year 1554-1555 12 322-331
1880 Richard W. Cotton Steven Borough, the Navigator [born in Northam in 1525; went with younger brother William on the Willoughby and Chancellor expedition in 1553] 12 332-360
1880 R. N. Worth Recent Geological Discoveries near Plymouth [geology of Eddystone Reef; ossiferous fissures of Plymouth limestone] 12 361-364
1880 W. Pengelly Recent Discoveries in the Parishes of Chagford and Manaton [cairns, huts circles, coins, etc.] 12 365-379
1880 W. H. Gamlen Agriculture in North-East Devon, Fifty to Sixty Years Ago 12 380-386
1880 Robert Dymond The Old Inns and Taverns of Exeter 12 387-416
1880 Winslow Jones Memoranda on the Lucombe Oak and Governor Holwell 12 417-419
1880 Rev. W. Downes Blackdown [geology] 12 420-446
1880 Edward Parfitt On the Boring for Water and the Sinking of Two Wells at the two large breweries, the ‘City’ and ‘St. Annes’ in Exeter 12 447-454
1880 Edward Windeatt Some Religious Houses of Totnes [Chapels and the Magdelen hospital] 12 455-463
1880 J. B. Davidson Datton Mill and Donitone 12 464-475
1880 J. R. Chanter An Exchequer Tally: A Barnstaple Record of 1622 12 476-482
1880 F. T. Elworthy The Exmoor Scolding [and Courtship] [who was the author?] 12 483-489
1880 John S. Amery John Lethbridge and his Diving-Machine 12 490-496
1880 Edward Windeatt A Totnes Scholar: Edward Lye, MA [1694-1767] 12 497-500
1880 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Hymenoptera. Section Aculeata 12 501-559
1880 R. N. Worth The Myth of Brutus the Trojan 12 560-571
1880 Paul Q. Karkeek The Early History of Dartmouth with especial reference to its commerce, shipping and seamen in the fourteenth century 12 572-590
1880 W. Pengelly Notes on recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VII 12 591-661
1880 Miss Price The Font in Christ Church, Ilfracombe 12 662-664
1881 Rev. Professor Chapman Scientific Question in Relation to Man (Presidential Address) 13 33-62
1881 James Bridge Davidson On the Early History of Dawlish 13 106-130
1881 W. Pengelly Devonshire Gleanings. Part II 13 131-149
1881 W. A. E. Ussher The Geology of Dawlish 13 150-158
1881 G. Wareing Ormerod The Trias at Dawlish 13 159-162
1881 Arthur R. Hunt Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part II 13 163-172
1881 T. W. Windeatt The Prince of Orange in Exeter, 1688 13 173-185
1881 Paul Q. Karkeek The Shipping and Commerce of Dartmouth in the Reign of Richard II 13 186-190
1881 J. T. White Devoniana. Part I [notes on Miles Coverdale and Paignton; and extracts from accounts books for Torwood Grange, Torquay 1712-16] 13 191-200
1881 Rev. Hilderic Friend Notes on Some Devonshire Plant Names 13 201-213
1881 J. Phillips The Potter’s Art in Devonshie 13 214-217
1881 George Pycroft Art in Devonshire. Part I [notes on Devon-born painters] 13 218-240
1881 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Order Hymenoptera. Family Ichneumonidae. Section Pupivora 13 241-292
1881 Rev. W. Downes On the Upper Devonian Fossils in the Componet Fragments of the Trias Near Tiverton 13 293-297
1881 W. Whitaker Well-Section at Stonehouse, Plymouth 13 298
1881 W. Pengelly Notes on Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part IV 13 299-316
1881 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Clouted Cream [clotted cream] 13 317-323
1881 Frederic Thomas Elworthy On the Devonshire Pronoun Min, or Mun = Them 13 324
1881 R. N. Worth Notes from the Autobiography of Dr. James Yonge, F.R.S. [mid 1600s] 13 335-343
1881 Arthur Roope Hunt On Exposures of the Submerged Forest Clays at Paignton and Blackpool Beaches in April 1881 13 344-350
1881 R. N. Worth On Glacial Conditions in Devon 13 351-358
1881 W. Pengelly Notes on recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VIII 13 359-402
1882 J. Brooking Rowe Crediton and Early County Topographers (Presidential Address) 14 33-116
1882 Rev. Prebendary Smith The Early History of Crediton 14 191-198
1882 W. Pengelly Words Current in Devonshire in the Fifteenth Century but which are Now Obsolete 14 199-220
1882 Richard W. Cotton The Oxenham Omen 14 221-246
1882 James Bridge Davidson On Some Further Documents Realting to Crediton Minster 14 247-277
1882 George Pycroft Art in Devonshire Part II 14 287-316
1882 Rev. W. Downes Chert Pits. A Stray Note on Blackdown 14 317-321
1882 Alfred Edwards Crediton Musicians 14 322-328
1882 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker The Devonshire Farm-labourer Now and Eighty Years Ago 14 329-336
1882 R. N. Worth The Plymouth Company [1606 and the colonisation of Virginia] 14 337-363
1882 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Euplexoptera, Orthoptera and Homoptera (in part) 14 364-386
1882 Paul Q. Karkeek A Budget of witch Stories 14 387-394
1882 J. Brooking Rowe Rev. Samuel Rowe, M.A., Vicar of Crediton, 1835-1853 14 395-401
1882 Robert Dymond The History of the Parish of St Petrock, Exeter as shown by its Churchwardens’ Accounts and other Records 14 402-492
1882 W. Pengelly Notes on a Devonshire Funeral Sermon in the Seventeenth Century [Bovey Tracy, 1656] 14 493-515
1882 P. O. Hutchinson The Site of Moridunum 14 516-524
1882 W. H. K. Wright Devonian Literature: Its Special Wants 14 525-528
1882 Rev. Hilderic Friend A Glossary of Devonshire Plant Names 14 529-591
1882 W. Pengelly Notes on Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part V 14 592-602
1882 R. N. Worth Men and Manners in Tudor Plymouth [Worth re-discovered the “Widey Court” Book in Jan 1881 and presents extracts] 14 603-630
1882 Charles Worthy John Vowell alias Hooker. Some Notes on a Manuscript at the Heralds’ College 14 631-636
1882 W. Pengelly Notes on Notices of the geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part IX 14 637-694
1882 G. Townsend A Devonshire Worthy – William Jackson of Exeter, Organist of Exeter Cathedral and Composer of Music [1730-1803] 14 695-702
1883 The Very Reverend Dr C. Merivale Boniface of Crediton (Presidential Address) 15 33-51
1883 William Pengelly On a Flint Implement Found on Torre Abbey Sands, Torbay, in 1883 15 137-140
1883 G. Wareing Ormerod Notice of the Head of an Iron Halberd Found in an Excavation at Teignmouth and the place in which it was discovered 15 141-143
1883 J. B. Davidson On the Ancient history of Exmouth 15 144-162
1883 T. N. Brushfield Notes on the Ralegh Family 15 163-179
1883 W. K. Willcocks Henry de Bracton 15 180-195
1883 Rev. J. Erskine Risk Some Recent Revisions of the Drake Chronology 15 196-201
1883 Arthur R. Hunt A Reply to a Recent Critique of Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part II 15 202-210
1883 W. Pengelly Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part VI 15 211-230
1883 Mrs Treadwin Devonshire Lace 15 231-236
1883 Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Devonshire Cyder [cider] 15 237-245
1883 R. N. Worth Sir John Hawkins: Sailor, Statesman, Hero 15 246-285
1883 David Shier Notes on Trichonema Columnae 15 286-289
1883 Edward Parfitt The Lichen Flora of Devonshire 15 290-345
1883 Rev. W. Downes Geological Notes Upon the Exe Valley Railway 15 346-352
1883 Arthur R. Hunt Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part III 15 353-367
1883 W. Pengelly Discoveries in the more recent deposits of the Bovey Basin, Devon 15 368-395
1883 R. N. Worth Rocks of the Neighbourhood of Plymouth and Their Stratigraphical Relations 15 396-415
1883 Edward Parfitt On the Temperature and Coral Fauna of the Greensand Sea 15 416-425
1883 Charles Worthy Berry Castle and Its Ancient Lords 15 426-440
1883 Alfred Edwards A Notice of Some Remarkable Devonshire Centenarians 15 441-445
1883 J. T. White Devoniana. Part II [Devon artists; Prince of Orange at Paignton; a well drilled in Torquay] 15 446-452
1883 Rev. W. Downes On the Occurrence of Barytes in the Culm-Measure Limestones of Westleigh 15 453-454
1883 R. N. Worth Men and Manners in Stuart Plymouth [extracts from the borough receiver’s accounts] 15 455-475
1883 W. Pengelly Notes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part X 15 476-486
1883 H. H. Drake Drake – The Arms of His Surname and Family. Argent, A Waver-Dragon Gules 15 487-494
1884 Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing From the Past to the Present: Progressive Development (Presidential Address) 16 33-51
1884 W. Pengelly The literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part V 16 189-434
1884 Rev. S. G. Harris Notes on the History of Highweek 16 435-443
1884 J. B. Davidson Remarks on Old Teign Bridge 16 444-452
1884 Richard W. Cotton Some Ancient Roads in South Devon 16 453-479
1884 W. Pengelly Kent’s Cavern and Glacial or re-Glacial Man 16 480-488
1884 E. Windeatt Early Nonconformity in Newton and its Neighbourhood [Newton Abbot] 16 489-497
1884 Rev. W. Downes On a Newly-discovered Dyke of Mica-Trap at Roseash near South Molton 16 498-500
1884 Edward Parfitt On Palaeolithic Implements and a Roman Coin Found at Broom, in the Valley of the Axe 16 501-504
1884 R. N. Worth Sir Francis Drake: His Origin, Arms, and Dealings with Plymouth Corporation 16 505-552
1884 Rev. J. E. Risk Some Recent Revisions of Plymouth History [Drake and the town’s water supply] 16 553-558
1884 Edward Windeatt Lord Treasurer Clifford 16 559-569
1884 Very Rev. C. Merivale Herman Merivale, C.B. [author of Lectures on Colonization and Colonies, 1841] 16 570-580
1884 Rev. Canon Brownlow Was St Boniface an Irishman ? 16 581-598
1884 J. Brooking Rowe On Recent Excavations at Buckfast Abbey [includes plan of monastery] 16 590-594
1884 Frederick Willcocks The Black Assizes in the West [occurrences of Typhus or gaol fever] 16 595-604
1884 W. Pengelly Notes on Slips Connected With Devonshire. Part VII 16 605-626
1884 W. C. Lake A Contribution to the Comparative Meteorology of Torquay, Teignmouth and Sidmouth 16 627-636
1884 Rev. W. Downes On an Explosion, supposed to have been Aerial,which was heard in East and South Devon on the 13th January, 1884 16 637-640
1884 E. Parfitt On Earthquakes in Devonshire 16 641-661
1884 Rev. S. G. Harris Highweek: Gleanings From a Parish Chest 16 662-669
1884 Charles Worthy Notes Genealogical and Historical. Being a Second Essay towards a History of Bideford 16 670-702
1884 John Lane The Court Rolls of the Manor and Borough of Paignton, Devon, with some Notes on the Tenure of the Manor 16 703-724
1884 R. N. Worth Some Notes on the Earlier Municipal History of Plymouth 16 725-748
1884 E. Parfitt Fauna of Devon: Hemiptera Heteroptera; or Plant Bugs 16 749-774
1884 W. Pengelly Notes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XI. 16 775-824
1885 R. F. Weymouth Devonshire Dialect (Presidential Address) 17 33-63
1885 J. B. Davidson Seaton Before the Conquest [before the norman Conquest] 17 193-196
1885 W. Pengelly Prince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part I 17 199-214
1885 R. N. Worth The Siege Accounts of Plymouth [1644 (1645)] 17 215-239
1885 Rev. W. Downes Geological Notes upon the Honiton District 17 240-245
1885 W. K. Willcocks Devonshire Men at the Inner temple, 1547-1660 17 246-265
1885 T. N. Brushfield The Bibliography of the Rev. George Oliver, D.D., of Exeter [1781-1861] 17 266-276
1885 P. O. Hutchinson Honeyditches [Seaton] 17 277-280
1885 E. Parfitt Earthquakes in Devonshire. Supplement 17 281-284
1885 A. Somervail On the probable Volcanic Origin of the Breccias at the Base of the Trias in South Devon; and the Conditions prevailing during their Accumulation 17 285
1885 W. C. Lake Sequel to a Contribution to the Comparative Meteorology of Torquay, Teignmouth and Sidmouth 17 286-291
1885 A. R. Hunt Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part IV 17 292-297
1885 E. Windeatt Early Nonconformity in the Neighbourhood of Seaton 17 298-312
1885 W. Pengelly Slips Connected With Devonshire. Part VIII 17 313-323
1885 F. Willcocks Notes on the Devonshire Colic and Its Connection With Cider 17 324-334
1885 W. R. Hall Jordan Migration of Insects 17 335-336
1885 G. Wareing Ormerod On the Substitution of Firearms for the Long-Bow, and Contributions to the National Armament at Chagford, in the County of Devon, during the Sixteenth Century 17 337-344
1885 R. N. Worth Notes on the Ancient Recorded Topography of Devon 17 345-365
1885 E. Parfitt The Moss Flora and Hepatics of Devon 17 366-424
1885 W. Pengelly Notes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XII. 17 425-449
1885 The late Rev. Treasurer J. M. Hawker Changes in Travelling on the Road between Exeter and Plymouth during the last Sixty Years, 1825-1885 17 450-458
1886 Sir J. B. Phear Landholding in Devon in Norman Times [Domesday] in contrast with the Landholding of Modern Days (Presidential Address) 18 33-54
1886 Canon Brownlow Notes on the Early History of St. Marychurch 18 149-160
1886 W. Pengelly Happaway Cavern, Torquay 18 161-170
1886 Alex. Somervail The Physiography of Torquay. The Geological Structure and Origin of its Hills and Valleys 18 171-179
1886 Rev. W. Downes Geological Notes on the Honiton District 18 180-183
1886 Richard W. Cotton An Expedition Against Pirates [from Barnstaple, 1612] 18 184-196
1886 P. Varwell Notes on the Ancient Parish of Brixham, Devon, and some on its Ancient People 18 197-214
1886 Rev. S. G. Harris Notes on the State of Newton and its Neighbourhood Before the Fifteenth Century 18 215-228
1886 T. N. Brushfield The Bishopric of Exeter, 1419-1420. A contribution to the history of the See [John Catrik] 18 229-260
1886 W. K. Willcocks Notes on Prince’s Lives of Sir William Pole and Thomas Risdon 18 261-268
1886 W. Pengelly Prince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part II 18 269-369
1886 G. Wareing Ormerod Notices on Certain Ecclesiastical Matters at Chagford in Olden Time [tithes in 1593; Chantry priests in 1549; St Mary’s Chapel in 1480s and 1530s] 18 370-375
1886 R. N. Worth What is a Camp? [discusses origin and derivation] 18 376-381
1886 Edward Parfitt Devon Fresh-Water Algae 18 382-423
1886 Henri B. S. Woodhouse The Significance of some Early Forms of the Name Eddystone 18 424-428
1886 The Very Rev. Canon Brownlow Land and Labour in St. Marychurch in Saxon Times 18 429-441
1886 Robert Dymond Thoms Luny, Marine Painter [of Teignmouth; died 1837] 18 442-449
1886 T. N. Brushfield Sir W. Ralegh: A Plea For a Surname 18 450-461
1886 R. N. Worth William of Worcester. Devon’s Earliest Topographer [William Bottoner, 1415-1484] 18 462-487
1886 W. Pengelly Notes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XIII 18 458-510
1887 Rev. Dr W. H. Dallinger Discoveries in Science (Presidential Address) 19 25-38
1887 Robert Dymond Thomas Luny, Marine Painter. Part II 19 107-190
1887 James Hine Reynolds of Plympton [Joshua Reynolds, Painter] 19 191-216
1887 W. Pengelly Prince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part III 19 217-348
1887 Alex. Somervail On the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire 19 349-362
1887 R. N. Worth Beginnings of Plympton History 19 363-376
1887 W. F. Collier Venville Rights on Dartmoor 19 377-385
1887 Edward Windeaatt Early Nonconformity in Plympton 19 386-388
1887 T. N. Brushfield Sir Walter Raleigh and His ‘ History of the World’ 19 389-418
1887 R. N. Worth On the Occurrence of Human Remains in a Bone Cave at Cattedown 19 419-437
1887 Very Rev. Canon Brownlow Were the Devonshire Villani Serfs? 19 438-450
1887 Winslow Jones The Slannings of Leye, Bickleigh, and Maristow 19 451-466
1887 R. N. Worth The Igneous and Altered Rocks of South-West Devon 19 467-497
1887 Arthur Roope Hunt The Evidence of the Skerries Shoal on the Wearing of Fine Sands by Waves 19 498-515
1887 G. Pycroft Biography of Samuel Cousins, R.A., Member of the Legion of Honour 19 516-529
1887 Charles Worthy Thomas Chafe, of Doddescote, Gentleman [mayor of Exeter in 1568 and 1576] 19 530-537
1887 Edward Windeatt Notes on an old Lawsuit relative to the Rights of Seats in Totnes Church 19 538-546
1887 Edward Parfitt Second Supplement to Paper on Earthquakes in Devonshire from the Earliest Records to the Present Time 19 547-554
1887 J. Brooking Rowe The Borough of Plympton: Its Charters and Parliamentary Representation 19 555-674
1887 The late Rev. J. Hellins The Alleged Tomb of Bishop Leofric in Exeter Cathedral 19 675-678
1888 Very Rev. B. Cowie Recent Strides in Knowledge (Presidential Address) 20 25-33
1888 William Cotton Glimpses of Elizabethan Households [probate inventory of William Chappell] 20 69-112
1888 Frances B. James Sir Henry Rosewell, a Devon Worthy: His Ancestry and History [1590-1656] 20 113-122
1888 Thomas Andrew Some Notes on the Well at the Exeter City Asylum 20 123-128
1888 R. N. Worth Traces of Roman Occupation near Plymouth 20 129-140
1888 W. A. E. Ussher The Granite of Dartmoor. Part I 20 141-148
1888 W. A. E. Ussher Granite of Dartmoor. Part II 20 149-157
1888 Rev. S. Baring Gould Some Devon Monoliths 20 158-162
1888 T. N. Brushfield Andrew Brice and the Early Exeter Newspaper Press 20 163-214
1888 Alexander Somervail On the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire. Part II 20 215-224
1888 Arthur Roope Hunt The Raised Beach on the Thatcher Rock: Its Shells and Their Teaching 20 225-253
1888 Robert Dymond The Customs of the Manors of Braunton 20 254-303
1888 Winslow Jones The Slannings of Leye, Bickleigh, and Maristow 20 304-305
1888 H. B. S. Woodhouse The “Ashwater” of William of Worcester [suggests it is Saltash] 20 306-311
1888 R. N. Worth The Controversy Touching Ship Money in the Reign of James I 20 312-331
1888 Edward Parfitt The Fauna of Devon. Phytophagous Hymenoptera – Saw-flies 20 332-351
1888 Very Rev. Canon Brownlow Christmas with Bishop Grandisson 20 352-372
1888 J. Phillips Art and Science in Devonshire Villages 20 373-375
1888 Rev. S. Baring Gould Gold Washing Apparatus 20 376-377
1888 Thomas Andrew Some Notes on a Natural Pipe from a Sand-pit in the Breccia Series, in the Parish of Heavitree 20 378-382
1888 J. R. Chanter Cluniac Houses in Devon. A Visitation of the Province in 1279 [alien Priories of St James, Exeter and St Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple] 20 383-390
1888 G. Wareing Ormerod Note on Deep Borings at the Waterworks and in the Trias, at Teignmouth, Devon 20 391-397
1888 Winslow Jones Thomas Chafe, of Doddescott, in St. Giles-in-the-Wood (Brother-in-Law of Tristram Risdon, the Antiquary) 20 398-399
1888 T. N. Brushfield Who wrote the “Exmoor Scolding and Courtship”? 20 400-409
1888 R. N. Worth The Limestones of the Plymouth District 20 410-423
1889 W. H. Hudleston Physical History of the South West with Special reference to Dartmoor (Presidential Address) 21 25-59
1889 R. N. Worth Notes on the Early History of Tavistock 21 132-137
1889 Rev. D. P. Alford Four Tavistock Worthies of the Seventeenth Century – John Maynard – William Browne – Thomas Larkham – Richard Peeke 21 138-147
1889 Edward Windeattt Early Nonconformity in Tavistock 21 148-158
1889 J. Phillips A Cottage Art School in a Devonshire Village [Newton Abbot, Bovey Tracy, Abbotskerswell, Kingskerswell] 21 159-165
1889 Arthur B. Prowse Notes on the Neighbourhood of White Tor, West Dartmoor 21 166-170
1889 Mrs G. H. Radford History of the Church at Lydford, with some Account of Its Rectors 21 171-200
1889 Sir J. B. Phear Note on “Braunton Great Field” [includes a plan] 21 201-204
1889 D. Radford The Natural Water Storage on Dartmoor 21 205-209
1889 Robert Burnard News From the West, 1643-1646 21 210-227
1889 Mrs Grace Johnstone An Old Parish Chest [Tavistock] 21 228-237
1889 Arthur R. Hunt On the Age of the Granites of Dartmoor and the English Channel 21 238-260
1889 R. N. Worth Geological Notes on the South-Western Line Between Lydford and Devonport 21 261-288
1889 W. F. Collier The Duchy of Cornwall on Dartmoor 21 289-299
1889 P. F. S. Amery The Ancient Office of Portreeve 21 300-304
1889 R. N. Worth Municipal Life in Tavistock 21 305-311
1889 T. N. Brushfield The Birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh 21 312-330
1889 James Hine The Origin of Axminster Carpets 21 331-337
1889 Edward Parfitt Marine Algae of Devon 21 338-382
1889 Frances B. Troup The Sainthills of Bradninch; being a Pedigree of the Family with Notes thereon, and Copies of Documents relating to the Family History 21 383-394
1889 Frances B. Troup A Cavalier’s Notebook: continued by His Son with notes by the late Robert Dymond [Sainthill of Bradninch] 21 395-418
1889 F. T. Elworthy Hugh Rhodes [master of the King’s choristers in reign of Henry VIII] 21 419-430
1889 Robert Burnard The Great Great Central Trackway – Dartmoor 21 431-436
1889 W. A. E. Ussher Devonian of the Western Region and Geology of Tavistock 21 437-451
1889 Alexander Somervail On the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire. Part III 21 452-459
1889 Arthur R. Hunt Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part V 21 460-487
1889 Winslow Jones Elize Hele 21 488-497
1889 John Ingle Dredge A Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography 21 498-548

1890s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1890 The Right Hon. Lord Clinton Our Obligation to Men of Science (Presidential Address) 22 25-36
1890 Mrs G. H. Radford Lady Howard of Fitzford [1596-1671] 22 66-110
1890 W. C. Lake Notes on the Streets of Teignmouth, and on their Nomenclature 22 111-128
1890 H. W. Strong A Contribution to the Commercial History of Devonshire 22 129-137
1890 Daniel Radford Working Mens’ Dwellings [Larkbeare, Exeter] 22 138-142
1890 Rev. J. B. Pearson Six Assessments of Devon, 1291-1883 22 143-185
1890 Townshend M. Hall On the Association of Minerals and Fossils in North Devon 22 166-168
1890 R. N. Worth Contact Metamorphism in Devonshire 22 169-184
1890 Arthur B. Prowse Notes on the Neighbourhood of Taw Marsh, North Dartmoor 22 185-199
1890 Roburt Burnard Notes on Dartmoor Kistvaens 22 200-207
1890 T. N. Brushfield Description of a Perforated Stone Implement found in the Parish of Withycombe Raleigh 22 208-211
1890 The Very Rev. Canon Brownlow St. Willibald: A West-country Pilgrim of the Eighth Century 22 212-228
1890 Rev. D. P. Alford The Inscribed Stones in the Vicarage Garden, Tavistock 22 229-233
1890 Townshend M. Hall Some North Devon Traps [geological identification of discarded ship-ballast] 22 234-236
1890 R. N. Worth A Hut Cluster on Dartmoor [at Shell Top, Lee Moor] 22 237-239
1890 Sir J. B. Phear Note on a Court Roll of Hulham Manor [1585-1587] 22 240-249
1890 H. B. S. Woodhouse Louis the Fourteenth and the Eddystone Lighthouse [workmen and tools seized by French] 22 250-254
1890 J. Phillips Arts and Crafts in Devon [the work of the Home Art and Industries Association and the Recreative Evening Schools Association] 22 255-259
1890 T. N. Brushfield Notes on the Parish of East Budleigh 22 260-316
1890 Townshend M. Hall On Barum Tobacco-pipes and North Devon Clays 22 317-323
1890 John Ingle Dredge A Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography 22 344-356
1891 R. N. Worth Roman Devon (Presidential Address) 23 25-101
1891 Frances B. Troup Biographical Notes on Dr. Matthew Sutcliffe, Dean of Exeter, 1588-1629 23 171-196
1891 Winslow Jones The Font in Dolton Church, North Devon 23 197-202
1891 Sir J. B. Phear Additional Notes on the Parish of East Budleigh 23 203-214
1891 Rev. A. Mozley The Land Family of Woodbeare Court, Plymtree 23 215-224
1891 Very Rev. Canon Brownlow The Brother and Sister of Saint Willibald 23 225-238
1891 T. N. Brushfield The Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part I 23 239-306
1891 A. B. Prowse The Ancient Metropolis of Dartmoor 23 307-314
1891 R. N. Worth Some Devonshire Merchants’ Marks [sixteenth and seventeenth century] 23 315-317
1891 Sir J. B. Phear Recent Discoveries at the Castle, Exeter [excavation under the floor of Castle Lodge] 23 318-321
1891 E. Parfitt Devon Collembola and Thysanura 23 322-352
1891 F. T. Elworthy ‘Crying the Neck’: A Devonshire Custom [last stalks of wheat cut in the field plaited into a shape and hung up until next harvest] 23 353-370
1891 J. Phillips Technical Education in Devon 23 371-375
1891 W. H. K. Wright The Progress of Devonshire Bibliography 23 376-388
1891 H. W. Strong The Potteries of North Devon [Barnstaple; Fremington] 23 389-393
1891 William E. Pidsley The Ornithology of Devonshire 23 394-399
1891 R. N. Worth Notes on some of the Rocks of North Devon 23 400-407
1891 H. W. Strong Leather Money from Hartland [leather “coins” circulated in early nineteenth century] 23 408-409
1891 H. M. Rankilor Blundelliana [Peter Blundell and others connected with school and church in Tiverton] 23 410-419
1891 R. Pearse Chope The Dialect of Hartland 23 420-429
1891 The late W. Wareing Ormerod Sketch of the Postal Services in Devonshire from 1784-1890 [mail coach services from London to Devon introduced in 1785] 23 430-442
1892 A. H. A. Hamilton The Social Sciences in Devon in the late nineteenth century (Presidential Address) 24 PA
1892 F. H. Colson Herrick in Devonshire 24 70-75
1892 R. N. Worth Notes on Roman Devon 24 76
1892 Rev. S. G. Harris Samuel Hieron: A Devonshire Vicar in the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I 24 77-85
1892 W. F. Collier Some Sixty Years Reminiscences of Plymouth 24 86-95
1892 Mrs G. H. Radford Thomas Larkham [1602-1669] 24 96-146
1892 Sir J. B. Phear Additional Discoveries at the Castle, Exeter [skeletal remains and coins] 24 147-150
1892 Very Rev. Canon Brownlow Saint Boniface in England 24 151-162
1892 Winslow Jones Sir John de Sully, K.G. [fourteenth century] 24 163-182
1892 R. N. Worth Materials for a Census of Devonian Granites and Felsites 24 183-213
1892 P. F. S. Amery A Chapter in Devonshire History: County Defence in 1794-1797 [coastal defence and volunteer forces against possible French invasion attempt] 24 214-218
1892 T. N. Brushfield The Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part II 24 219-358
1892 F. T. Elworthy Canonsleigh 24 359-376
1892 Walter Garstang On some New and Rare Marine Animals Recently Discovered on the Coast of Devonshire 24 377-386
1892 R. N. Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor 24 387-417
1892 Arthur B. Prowse The Bounds of the Forest of Dartmoor 24 418-430
1892 Rev. D. P. Alford “Dick of Devonshire”. A Review with Extracts [Play c.1627 by Thomas Heywood about Richard “Manly” Peeke of Tavistock] 24 431-440
1892 The Rev. R. E. Hooppell The Froudes, or Frowdes, of Devon [geneaology 1261-1892] 24 441-457
1892 Frances B. Troup Ellis Veryard, of Plymtree, Physician and Author. A Devon Worthy. Born 1657. Died 1714 24 458-469
1892 J. T. Cunningham Recent Additions to our Knowledge of the Natural History of Some Devonshire Sea Fishes 24 470-475
1892 John Ingle Dredge A few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography. The Third Sheaf. 24 476-526
1893 T. N. Brushfield Devonshire Literary Works and Their Authors (Presidential Address) 25 25-158
1893 Paul Q. Karkeek The Story of Torbay 25 249-260
1893 R. N. Worth Side-Lights on the Early History of Torquay 25 261-270
1893 Alfred Chandler The Climate of Torquay 25 271-275
1893 W. F. Collier Devonshire Dialect 25 276-285
1893 Sir Frederick Pollock The Devonshire Domesday 25 286-298
1893 Sir John B. Phear On the Association’s English Version of the Devonshire Domesday 25 299-308
1893 R. N. Worth The Identifications of the Domesday Manors of Devon 25 309-342
1893 Rev. J. S. Burns Syon Abbey [Devon properties of the monastery] 25 343-355
1893 Rev. J. Ingle Dredge The Marwood List of Briefs, 1714-1774 25 356-381
1893 E. G. Punchard Punchard of Heanton-Punchardon, County Devon 25 382-388
1893 T. W. Windeatt Wills, The Australian Explorer [William John Wills, bn Totnes 1834. Surveyor. Crossed Australia with Burke, died returning in 1861] 25 389-405
1893 J. M. Martin Some Further Notes on Exmouth Warren 25 406-415
1893 Winslow Jones The Author of ‘The Worthies of Devon’ and the Prince Family 25 416-430
1893 The Right Rev. Monsignor Brownlow A Visitation of St. Mary Church in 1301 25 431-447
1893 T. N. Brushfield Richard Izacke and His ‘Antiquities of Exeter’ 25 448-469
1893 Rev. S. G. Harris John Tucker: Parish Clerk of Cornworthy and Antiquary 25 470-481
1893 Robert Burnard and Arthur Prowse Place-Names in Volume I of the Publications of the Dartmoor Preservation Association 25 482-509
1893 Rev. T. W. Whale Some Remarks on the Bounds of the Forest of Dartmoor, with Special Reference to the Parishes of Throwleigh, Chagford, and Gidleigh 25 510-534
1893 J. Phillips Arts and Crafts on Dartmoor in the Year Queen Victoria was Crowned 25 535-540
1893 R. N. Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part II 25 541-546
1893 J. M. Martin Broadbury and its Ancient Earthworks 25 547-551
1893 Rev. John Ingle Dredge A Few Sheaves Devon Bibliography. Fourth Sheaf 25 552-601
1893 John Phillips At Last [Technical Education Committee, Devon County Council] 25 600-603
1894 Sir Frederick Pollock Early English Freeholders (Presidential Address) 26
1894 S. Baring Gould, R. Burnard, R. N. Worth, W. A. Gordon Gray, R. H. Worth The Exploration of Grimspound. First Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee 26 101-121
1894 R. N. Worth Early Days in South Molton 26 122-132
1894 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Some Suggestions to Aid in Identifying the Place-Names in the Devonshire Domesday 26 133-167
1894 H. J. Carpenter Furse of Morsehead. A Family Record of the Sixteenth Century 26 168-184
1894 Robert Burnard Exploration of the Hut Circles in Broadun Ring and Broadun 26 185-196
1894 Rev. S. Baring Gould Hut Circles at Tavy Cleave 26 197-198
1894 W. F. Collier Dartmoor for Devonshire [ought to be bought for Devonshire people] 26 199-208
1894 The Right Rev. Bishop Brownlow Clerical and Social Life in Devon in 1287 26 209-229
1894 Rev. S. G. Harris Churston Ferrers and Brixham Records of Briefs, 1722-1827 and 1706-1766 26 230-236
1894 T. N. Brushfield The Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part III 26 237-295
1894 R. N. Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part III 26 296-297
1894 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Leuca or Lug of Domesday 26 298-302
1894 G. Mark Doe The Blowing-up of Great Torrington Church, 16th February, 1645 26 303-311
1894 Mrs Frances B. Troup Rev. Matthew Mundy, i,ii,iii,iv. [Plymtree] 26 312-334
1894 T. N. Brushfield The Churchwardens’ Accounts of East Budleigh [1663-1836] 26 335-400
1894 R. N. Worth Residents in the Three Towns in 1522-1523. (Lay subsidy Rolls for Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Compton and Devonport) 26 401-415
1894 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Hundred of Hartland in the Geld Roll 26 416-418
1894 Arthur B. Prowse Index to Risdon’s Survey of Devon – Personal Names. Edition of 1811, including additions up to 1810. 26 419-450
1894 Miss Helen Saunders A List of Plants growing wild in the Parish of South Molton and some neighbouring Parishes 26 451-466
1895 The Right Hon. Lord Halsbury The Relation of Archaeology to Science, Art and Literature (Presidential Address) 27 25-33
1895 S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, R. N. Worth, R. Hansford Worth, J. Brooking Rowe, J. D. Pode, George B. Berry Second Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [includes Merrivale, Postbridge, Shapley Common] 27 81-82
1895 R. N. Worth Okehampton Beginnings 27 93-112
1895 W. F. Collier Sport on Dartmoor [hunting deer and fox] 27 113-123
1895 R. N. Worth Okehampton castle 27 124-136
1895 Sir J. B. Phear Recent Repairs to the Castle at Exeter 27 137-143
1895 Rev. T. W. Whale Manors in Bratton Clovelly 27 144-164
1895 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Devonshire Domesday. II. Devonshire Domesday and the Geld Roll 27 165-198
1895 Rev. C. H. Taylor An Enquiry into the Genuineness of the Parish Accounts of Milton Abbott, for 1588, as given in the Monthly Magazine, or British Register, for the year 1810 27 199-212
1895 W. F. Collier Dartmoor and the County Council of Devonshire 27 213-221
1895 George M. Doe Samuel Stoddon [nonconformist divine, ejected from Buckland in Somerset in 1662] 27 222-225
1895 P. Q. Karkeek A Short Chapter from the Story of Torbay, 1667 27 226-233
1895 W. C. Lake The Frosts of 1855 and 1895 as Observed at Teignmouth 27 234-242
1895 A. R. Hunt Professorial and Amateur Research in South Devon 27 243-296
1895 R. N. Worth Notes on the Geology of Okehampton 27 297-310
1895 T. N. Brushfield Devonshire Briefs. Part I 27 311-357
1895 Mrs G. H. Radford Sydenham 27 358-361
1895 Joseph Harper The Barnstaple Parish registers 27 362-373
1895 R. N. Worth Domesday Identifications – The Hundreds 27 374-403
1895 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Hulham Manor. A Sketch Historical and Economic 27 404-436
1895 R. N. Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part IV 27 437-442
1895 A. B. Prowse Index to Personal Names in Westcote’s View of Devonshire in 1630 and His Devon Pedigrees 27 443-486
1896 Rev. S. Baring Gould The Prehistoric Ethnology and Archaeology of Devon and Dartmoor in Particular (Presidential Address) 28 25-49
1896 Rev. S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, J. Duke Pode, R. Hansford Worth Third Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Whiten Ridge, Legis Tor, Har Tor, Raddick Hill, Lake Head Hill, Cosdon, Whitmoorstone Circle] 28 174-199
1896 W. F. Collier The Purchase of Dartmoor [includes two maps of enclosures on Dartmoor c.1820 and 1895. Comments on Work of Dartmoor Preservation Society] 28 200-208
1896 P. F. S. Amery A Tangle in the History of Ashburton 28 209-218
1896 Rev. J. B. Pearson The Representatives of the Borough of Ashburton [1298, 1407, 1661-1865] 28 219-227
1896 E. Windeatt Early Nonconformity in Ashburton 28 228-237
1896 Rev. W. M. Birch The Parish registers of Ashburton and Buckland in the Moor 28 238-243
1896 F. H. Firth Red Deer in Buckland Woods 28 244-246
1896 J. S. Amery Residents in Ashburton and Adjoining Parishes in 1588 [from Lay Subsidy Roll] 28 247-256
1896 P. Q. Karkeek Jacobite Days in the West 28 257-271
1896 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana [Walter Ralegh and Hayes Barton; Ralegh’s wives and children; death and interment] 28 272-312
1896 C. E. Robinson A Photographic Survey of Devonshire [call for project to photograph people, places ceremonies, objects of interest] 28 313-315
1896 Rev. S. G. Harris Some Devonshire Reminiscences of the Nineteenth Century 28 316-322
1896 R. N. Worth Some Devonian Items [Deeds, Wills, etc. Mainly relating to Ashburton, Widecombe and Buckfastleigh] 28 323-338
1896 T. W. Windeatt John Knowles, F.R.S. [1781-1841, buried Ashburton] 28 339-341
1896 Helen Saunders Devonshire Revels 28 342-350
1896 J. Stevens Neck A List of the Rectors of Moretonhampstead [1259-1866] 28 351-352
1896 The Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Stockleigh Parishes near Crediton and some of their Surroundings 28 353-361
1896 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Devonshire “Domesday”. III. Berry Pomeroy and Stockleigh Pomeroy. A contribution to the economic history of the cultivating classes in Domesday 28 362-390
1896 Rev. T. W. Whale Analysis of Exon. Domesday 28 391-463
1896 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Domesday Hundreds. Part II. 28 464-493
1896 J. S. Amery The Warrens of Headborough and Their Descendants 28 494-502
1896 A. R. Hunt West Country Geological Problems 28 507-532
1896 E. A. S. Elliot Some Changes in the County Ornis, noticed particularly in the South Hams [ornitholigy] 28 503-532
1896 Alexander Somervail Prehistoric Torbay 28 533-546
1896 Rev. J. Ingle Dredge A Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography: Fifth Sheaf 28 547-605
1896 T. N. Brushfield Devonshire Briefs: Part II 28 606-711
1896 The late R. N. Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part V 28 712-713
1896 The late R. N. Worth The Tything of Compton Gifford 28 714-770
1896 E. Windeatt Some Ancient Totnes Seals 28 771-773
1896 George G. Hind and Howard Fox Supplementary Notes on the Radiolarian Rocks in the Lower Culm Measures to the west of Dartmoor 28 774-789
1897 James Hine The Preservation of Devon’s Monuments (Presidential Address) 29 25-42
1897 S. Baring Gould, R. Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, J. Duke Pode, R. Hansford Worth Fourth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Stall Moor stone row, Langstone Moor in Peter Tavy, White Moor near Cosdon, Blackslade Down, Smallacombe Rocks, Halshanger Common, Chagford Common kistvaen] 29 145-165
1897 Edmund A. S. Elliot A Century’s Work on Ornithology in the Kingsbridge District 29 167-174
1897 Rev. W. H. Thornton Some Reminiscences of the Wykes of South Tawton 29 175-181
1897 John Harris Square Epitaphs from Churches, Churchyards, and Burial Places 29 182-215
1897 Rev. T. W. Whale Exchequer Tax Books and Domesday Identification 29 216-224
1897 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Domesday Hundreds. Part V. 29 225-244
1897 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Domesday Hundreds. Part III 29 245-274
1897 J. M. Martin The Camelford of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Where was it? 29 275-285
1897 F. T. Colby Mottoes of some Devonshire Families 29 286-290
1897 T. N. Brushfield On the Destruction of ‘Vermin’ in Rural Parishes 29 291-349
1897 Mrs Frances B. Troup An Exeter Worthy and his Biographer: Ignatius Jourdain [1561-1640] 29 350-377
1897 Robert Burnard Dartmoor Stone Implements and Weapons 29 378-385
1897 Alex. Somervail On the Absence of Small Lakes, or Tarns, from the Area of Dartmoor 29 386-389
1897 A. R. Hunt West Country Geological Problems 29 390-424
1897 H. M. Evans List of all the Birds proved to have been Found within the British Isles 29 425-452
1897 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Extracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II relating to Devon 29 453-509
1897 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Bishoprics and Lands of the Five Western Dioceses 29 510-513
1897 The late R. N. Worth Some Notes on the Tithing of Pennycross, or Weston Peveril 29 514-517
1897 George J. Hinde and Howard Fox Additional Notes on the Radiolarian Rocks in the Lower Culm-Measures to the East and North-east of Dartmoor 29 518-523
1898 The Right Hon. Lord Coleridge Parliamentary Boroughs of Devon (Presidential Address) 30 25-41
1898 S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, John D. Pode, R. Hansford Worth Fifth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Berry Field in Huccaby, Stannon Newtake stone row, Yes Tor hut circles, West Dart Head hut circles, Soussons Warren Hill stone row, Cox tor, Fernworthy barrows and Grey Wethers circle, Whiten Tor stone row, Roman coin hoard at Park Hill Okehampton] 30 97-115
1898 Frances B. Troup Honiton in 1530 30 117-126
1898 Thomas Cann Hughes Some Notes on Rectors of Honiton Since The Commonwealth 30 127-131
1898 J. Y. A. Moreshead A History of Salcombe Regis [East Devon] 30 132-146
1898 Mrs G. H. Radford Andrew and Nicholas Tremayne 30 147-157
1898 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part II [Ralegh and the introduction of potato and tobacco into Britain] 30 158-197
1898 Helen Saunders Botanical Notes [plants in South Molton, Okehampton, Ashburton, Kingsbridge] 30 198-202
1898 Rev. T. W. Whale The Tax Roll of ‘Testa de Nevil’ [1244] 30 203-257
1898 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Devonshire “Domesday”. IV. The “Domesday” Churches of Devon 30 258-315
1898 J. D. Prickman West Country Wit and Humour: with some examples 30 316-330
1898 Mrs Frances B. Troup A Forgotten Page of the Ecclesiastical History of Seaton 30 331-349
1898 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Rise of Plymouth as a Naval Port 30 350-361
1898 Alex. Somervail On the Culm Conglomerates of South Devon and their relations to an apparent break in the sequence of that formation 30 362-365
1898 Alex. Somervail On the Denudation of the Culm Rocks from the Area of South Devon 30 367-370
1898 Rev. J. B. Pearson Devonshire in Parliament, 1660-1832 30 371-377
1898 R. Hansford Worth Evidences of Glaciation in Devonshire 30 378-390
1898 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The “Domesday” Hundreds of Devon. VI. The Hundred of Witheridge 30 391-433
1898 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The “Domesday” Hundreds of Devon. VII and VIII. The Hundreds of Bampton and Ufculm 434-457
1898 G. C. Bignell The Ichneumonidae (parasitic flies) of the South of Devon 30 458-504
1898 Rev. J. Kestell Floyer Annals of the Family of Floyer 30 505-524
1899 The Rev. Canon Edmonds Formation and Fortunes of Exeter Cathedral Library (Presidential Address) 31 25-50
1899 S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, John D. Pode, R. Hansford Worth, Irvine K. Anderson Sixth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [White Tor – camp of Whittor] 31 148-155
1899 G. M. Doe Great Torrington Commons 31 156-169
1899 Rev. F. T. Colby Torrington Worthies [eighteenth and nineteenth centuries] 31 170-179
1899 A. Chandler The Average Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine of Devon 31 180-184
1899 Maxwell Adams A Brief Account Ashton Church and of some of the Chudleighs of Ashton 31 185-194
1899 T. N. Brushfield Aids to the Poor in a Rural Parish [East Budleigh, 1561-1827] 31 199-284
1899 Rev. S. G. Harris Notes on the History of Newton Abbot 31 285-297
1899 Joseph Harper Barnstaple Registers (Chiefly Medical) [nineteenth century] 31 298-304
1899 Mrs Frances B. Troup Nicholas Monk, the King’s Messenger, and the Honest Clergyman [bn Potheridge c.1609; dd 1691] 31 305-325
1899 E. A. Savage Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District (August, 1898-1899) 31 326-330
1899 The late Rev. J. Ingle Dredge A few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography 31 331-355
1899 R. H. Worth The Bottom Deposits of the English Channel from the Eddystone to Start Point, near the Thirty-fathom Line 31 356-375
1899 Rev. T. W. Whale The Tax Roll for Devon, 31 Edward I 31 376-429
1899 Rev. S. Baring Gould Irish Conquests and Colonies in Dumnonia and Wales 31 430-455
1899 R. h. Worth The Relation of Leaf and Stem. A Note in Structural Botany 31 456-464
1899 R. Hansford Worth The Pilchard ‘Constitutions’ in the White Book of the Plymouth Corporation, 23 and 26 Eliz. 31 465-466

1900s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1900 The Right Hon. Lord Clifford Devon’s Defences Against the Spanish Armada (Presidential Address) 32 25-34
1900 T. W. Windeatt Notes on Totnes Trained Bands and Volunteers [seventeenth century] 32 93-105
1900 T. W. Stainthorpe Ye Ancient Bull Ring at Totnes 32 106-110
1900 Edward Windeatt Totnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties, 1627-1676 32 111-141
1900 Sir Roper Lethbridge Apple Culture and Cider Making in Devonshire 32 142-194
1900 Miss Lega-Weekes The Old Mansion of North Wyke 32 195-206
1900 Rev. John B. Pearson Church Houses in Devon 32 206-211
1900 Helen Saunders The History of a North Devon Parish: Rose Ash 32 212-228
1900 Maxwell Adams Some Notes on the Churches and Manors of East and West Ogwell 32 229-248
1900 Mrs Frances B. Troup Biographical Sketch of Rev. Christopher Jelinger, M.A. [seventeenth century Calvinist and scholar born in the Rhineland Palatinate, settled in Devon – Exeter, Kingsbridge] 32 249-270
1900 E. A. S. Elliot Notes From an Unpublished MS of a Contemporary of Colonel Montagu: Dr A. G. C. Tucker, of Ashburton [1778-1832] 32 271-276
1900 E. A. S. Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on Birds in the South Hams District. (Part II) 32 277-282
1900 Thomas Cann Hughes Some Notes on the Vicars of Great Torrington since the Commonwealth 32 283-288
1900 George M. Doe Some Notes on the Leper Hospital which formerly existed at Taddiport, Little Torrington 32 289-295
1900 J. S. Amery Notes on Blagdon Barton, near Totnes, and Its Owners 32 296-300
1900 J. Brooking Rowe The Second Volume of John Prince’s “Worthies of Devon” 32 301-308
1900 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part III [ancestor of Sir Walter Ralegh] 32 309-340
1900 Rev. S. Baring Gould Devon and Cornwall Calendar 32 341-389
1900 T. W. Windeatt Admiral Sir Frederick Thomas Michell, K.C.B. [1788-1873 – links with Totnes] 32 390-399
1900 Edward Windeatt The Muniments of the Corporation of Totnes. Part I 32 400-406
1900 Rev. John B. Pearson On an Estate formerly belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster [Whitestone, near Exeter] 32 407-411
1900 Edward Windeatt Early Nonconformity in Totnes 32 412-430
1900 Edward Windeatt The M.P.’s for the Borough of Totnes [1295-1893] 32 431-453
1900 Thomas Cann Hughes Some Notes on the Vicars of Totnes Since the Commonwealth 32 454-459
1900 A. R. Hunt “Maister Thomas Hunt, Late Mayor of this Citie of Exeter” [dd 1548] 32 460-490
1900 R. H. Worth The Commoner Foraminifera of the English Channel from the Hand Deeps to Start Point, at or near the Thirty-fathom line 32 491-502
1900 Maxwell Adams The Castle, Manor-house and Church of Clifton, near Dartmouth 32 503-514
1900 Rev. J. Erskine Risk The Pilchard ‘Constitutions’ in the White Book of the Plymouth Corporation, 23 and 26 Eliz. 32 515-520
1900 T. W. Whale Principles of the “Domesday” Survey and “Feudal Aids” 32 521-551
1900 Arthur J. Jewers The Church of Holbeton and its Monumental Remains 32 552-570
1901 Sir Roper Lethbridge Hands Across the Sea (Presidential Address) [distribution of Devon familes in the colonies and America] 33 39-76
1901 The late S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford Worth Seventh Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Cranbrook Castle hillfort near Moretonhampstead, kistvaens in Archerton Newtake near Powder Mills leat, plan of Langstone Moor settlement] 33 129-138
1901 T. N. Brushfield The Financial Diary of a Citizen of Exeter, 1631-1643 [John Hayne] 33 187-269
1901 Maxwell Adams An Index to the Printed Literature Relating to the Antiquities, History, and Topography of Exeter 33 270-308
1901 J. D. Prickman Fragmentary Notes of the French Prisoners in the West of England and other places in the early part of the Nineteenth Century 33 309-321
1901 Mrs G. H. Radford Edmund and Richard Tremayne [Edmund dd 1582, Richard dd 1584] 33 322-331
1901 W. F. C. Jordan The Adventures of the Ann, of the Port of Exeter, 1803-1806 33 332-335
1901 F. B. Dickinson The Early Register of the Parish of Fen Ottery, 1596-1680 33 336-362
1901 Rev. T. W. Whale Extracts from the Red Book and Notes on the Pipe Rolls of Henry II 33 363-398
1901 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Neighbours of North Wyke 33 399-468
1901 Miss Helen Saunders Botanical Notes 33 469-474
1901 E. A. S. Elliot On some Earthworks in the South Hams, Probably Concerned in the Irishmen’s Raid, and others in the immediate neighbourhood belonging to Judhel de Totnais [Bantham Camp, Bolt Tail Camp, Slapton Castle, Loddiswell Rings, Halwell Camp, Stanborough Camp] 33 475-483
1901 Rev. J. Erskine-Risk Apprenticeship Indentures from Stockleigh English Parish Chest 33 484-494
1901 Arthur B. Prowse The Antiquities of Ockery and Roundhill, Dartmoor 33 495-499
1901 William Ingham Some Statistics dealing with Evaporation, Rainfall, and Delivery of Streams in Devonshire 33 500-509
1901 Mrs Frances B. Troup Notes on the District Probate Registry at Exeter 33 510-516
1901 Alexander Somervail On the Occurrence of Pleistocene Deposits in the bottom of the Teign Gorge 33 517-520
1901 Alexander Somervail On the Excavation of the Teign Gorge 33 521-522
1901 Harford J. Lowe On the Relation of the South Devon Schists to the Devonian Slates 33 523-531
1901 Rev. W. P. S. Bingham Modus for the Parish of Kenton, confirmed at the Castle of Exeter, 1606 33 532-534
1901 Edward Windeatt Totnes: its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part II 33 535-551
1901 Arthur B. Prwose A hitherto undescribed Granite Cross on the ‘Abbot’s Way’, Dartmoor 33 552-553
1901 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Devonshire Domesday. Part V. The Hundreds 33 554-602
1901 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Devonshire Domesday. Part VI. Identifications 33 603-639
1901 J. D. Prickham A Chapter in the History of the Chapel of St. James in the Borough of Okehampton 33 640-650
1901 W. Davies Notes on Kingsbridge Documents, etc. 33 651-656
1901 G. C. Bignell The Ichneumonidae of South Devon 33 657-692
1901 The late R. W. Cotton Ford and Its Associations 33 693-713
1901 Arthur J. Jewers The Churches of Colyton and Shute, and the Pole Monuments there 33 714-741
1902 Rev. William Harpley Survey of the Work of the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address) 34 40-53
1902 Robert Burnard, I. K. Anderson, Rev. S. Baring Gould, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford Worth Eighth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Stannon Down hut circles, Greyhound Marsh Postbridge tinner’s hut] 34 160-165
1902 Robert Burnard The Disappearing Stone Monuments of Dartmoor 34 166-167
1902 Sir Roper Lethbridge The Bideford and Okehampton Railway of 1831 34 168-200
1902 Rev. Preb. R. Granville A History of the Church at Bideford and some of its Rectors 34 201-222
1902 Alexander G. Duncan The Long Bridge of Bideford 34 223-264
1902 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Extracts from a Devonshire Lady’s Travel in France in the Eighteenth Century [Jane Parminter, 1750-1810, of A la Ronde, Exmouth] 34 265-275
1902 T. N. Brushfield John Sixtinus, Archpriest of Haccombe, Sixteenth Century 34 276-288
1902 Rev. T. W. Whale Index to Domesday Analysis Vol. xxviii., and Testa de Nevil Tax Roll, Vol. xxx., with Corrections [Testa de Nevil: 1244] 34 289-324
1902 Edward Windeatt Totnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part III [1701-1750] 34 325-343
1902 Maxwell Adams An Index to the Printed Literature Relating to North Devon 34 344-393
1902 Rev. J. Erskine Risk A Forgotten Episode in Devon County History [Dowrish Family of Crediton – eighteenth century] 34 394-402
1902 E. A. S. Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on Birds of the South Hams District: with Reference to Nightingales in Devon 34 403-409
1902 Miss Wickham Early Nonconformity in Bideford 34 410-417
1902 R. Pearse Chope The Early History of the Manor of Hartland 34 418-454
1902 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part IV. Sir Henry de Ralegh, Knight. Ob.1301 34 455-481
1902 Arthur R. Hunt Start Point to Petitor, and the Drifting of Shingle 34 482-495
1902 R. Hansford Worth The Petrography of Dartmoor and Its Borders. Part I 34 496-527
1902 A. Somervail Some further Observations on the Teign and its Valley 34 528-530
1902 F. Bligh Bond Devonshire Screens and Rood Lofts 34 531-550
1902 H. Michell Whitley Inventories of the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton and Our Blessed Lady of Ottery 34 551-565
1902 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel “Fees of the Bishop of Exeter” in Testa de Nevil, p.187 [1244] 34 566-574
1902 George M. Doe Torrington, Devon – Torrington, Connecticut 34 575-577
1902 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Neighbours of North Wyke. Part II 34 578-647
1902 Hardinge F. Giffard “Giffard’s Jump” [cliffs between Bideford and Clovelly, history of the Giffard family] 34 648-703
1902 Edward Windeatt The Muniments of the Corporation of Totnes. Part II 34 704-714
1902 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Devonshire Domesday. Part VI. Notes on Part I of Domesday Identifications 34 715-732
1903 Sir Edgar Vincent Steam Engines and Engineering (Presidential Address) 35 45-65
1903 S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford Worth Ninth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Red Barrows on Soussons Common near Postbridge] 35 143-145
1903 J. Y. Anderson Morshead Our Four Parishes: Sidbury, Sidmouth, Salcombe Regis and Branscombe 35 146-155
1903 T. W. Whale Date of the Domesday Survey: and use of some of its terms 35 156-166
1903 Mrs Frances B. Rose-Troup Biography of John Bodley, Father of Sir Thomas Bodley 35 167-199
1903 Sir John B. Phear Molland Accounts. With an Introductory Account on the Evolution of Parishes 35 198-238
1903 Rev. J. F. Chanter R. D. Blackmore and Lorna Doone 35 239-250
1903 Mrs G. H. Radford Nicholas Radford, 1385(?)-1455 35 251-278
1903 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Hundred of Budleigh in the time of Testa de Nevil, A. D. 1244 35 279-317
1903 A. R. Hunt Notes and Comments on the Raised Beaches of Torbay and Sharkham Point 35 318-337
1903 Rev. H. G. J. Clements A Local Antiquary. Reminiscences of the late Peter Orlando Hutchinson Esq., of Sidmouth 35 338-352
1903 Walter Cave Sidbury Church 35 353-359
1903 Rev. W. Wykes-Finch The Ancient Family of Wyke of North Wyke, Co. Devon 35 360-425
1903 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part VI 35 426-429
1903 Edmund A. S. Elliot An Original Article on the Pilchard Fishery at Borrough Island by Colonel Montagu a Hundred Years Ago. With Supplementary Notes to the Present Time 35 430-433
1903 F. Bligh Bond Devonshire Screens and Rood Lofts. Part II 35 484-496
1903 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Neighbours of North Wyke. Part III 35 497-538
1903 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part V. The History of Durham House, London [residence occupied by Sir Walter Ralegh] 35 539-580
1903 Harbottle Reed Notes on Allhallows Church, Goldsmith Street, Exeter 35 581-616
1903 Alexander Somervail The Red Rocks of the South Devon Coast 35 617-630
1903 Harford J. Lowe The Teign Valley and its Geological Problems 35 631-645
1903 George M. Doe Some Bits of an Old Borough [Torrington] 35 646-653
1903 Rev. J. B. Pearson Manors in Devon, 1755 35 654-661
1903 Rev. T. W. Whale Analysis of the Exeter Domesday in Hundreds 35 662-712
1903 Mrs Frances B. Rose-Troup The Pedigree of Sir Thomas Bodley 35 713-745
1903 Rev. D’Oyly W. Oldham Church Dedications in Devonshire 35 746-758
1903 R. Hansford Worth The Petrography of Dartmoor and Its Borders. Part II 35 759-767
1903 J. G. Hamling An Index to the Geological Papers contained in the Reports and Papers of the Transactions. Vols i to xxxiv, 1862 to 1902 35 768-786
1903 A. J. Jukes-Browne Devonshire in the time of the Lower Chalk 35 787-800
1904 Sir Alfred Croft Geology in Devon (Presidential Address) 36 41-77
1904 W. C. Lake Ancient Teignmouth 36 103-112
1904 W. R. Hall Jordan Teignmouth Gleanings 36 113-115
1904 Colonel Sir R. T. White-Thomson Sir John Davie, Fifth Baronet of Creedy, 1707-1727 36 116-122
1904 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Jocelin de Brakelond and the Servicium Debitum 36 123-126
1904 Arthur B. Prowse Rock Inscriptions at Beardown 36 127-134
1904 Miss Constance Lee Hand Made Lace and Net. Ebb and Flow 36 135-143
1904 Charles R. Baker King St. Mary’s Church, Totnes 36 144-155
1904 Rev. T. W. Whale Supplement to ‘Domesday Analysis in Hundreds’ 36 156-172
1904 E. A. S. Elliot Twenty Years’ Record of the Arrival of Spring Migratory Birds in the Neighbourhood of Kingsbridge 36 173-180
1904 T. N, Brushfield Raleghana. Part VI. History of the World by Sir Walter Ralegh 36 181-218
1904 George L. Dunsford Autobiography of Martin Dunsford, the Historian of Tiverton 36 219-225
1904 Miss Helen Saunders A Sketch of the History of the Church and Manor of South Molton 36 226-256
1904 Mrs M. I. Jordan West Teignmouth Church. Part I 36 257-269
1904 W. F. C. Jordan West Teignmouth Church. Part II 36 270-278
1904 Alex. Somervail The River Teign and Its Valley 36 279-288
1904 Sir Roper Lethbridge Some Hatherleigh Worthies of the Seventeenth Century 36 289-301
1904 R. Hansford Worth Hallsands and Start Bay 36 302-346
1904 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Some Doubtful and Disputed Domesday Identifications 36 347-379
1904 Sir John B. Phear The Hide Examined [unit of land] 36 380-389
1904 Rev. J. F. Chanter The Parish Clerks of Barnstaple, 1500-1900 36 390-414
1904 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Neighbours of North Wyke. Part IV 36 415-444
1904 A. R. Hunt Thirty-five Years’ Natural History Notes: A Retrospect and Anticipation 36 445-486
1904 Edward Windeatt Totnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part IV [1751-1800] 36 487-505
1904 Maxwell Adams Some Notes on the Church and Parish of Churston Ferrers 36 506-516
1904 Rev. J. Erskine Risk Registry required by Act of Parliament Burials in Woollens in the Parish of Stockleigh English [18 Carol. II., c. 4] 36 517-521
1904 Thomas Wainwright An Index to the Names of Persons found in the Monumental Inscriptions in Devonshire Churches 36 522-542
1905 Basil Thomspn The Decay of the Law of Custom (Presidential Address) 37 42-63
1905 S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, B. H. Thomson, R. Hansford Worth Tenth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [ Wedlake Farm Peter Tavy hut circles, Hexworthy stone circle] 37 141-145
1905 Robert Burnard The Pack-horse on Dartmoor 37 168-174
1905 Mrs G. H. Radford Lydford Town [Saxon origins and later history] 37 175-187
1905 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Sidelights on the Work and Times of a Great West-country Prelate in the Twelfth Century [Bartholomew Laurens, Bishop of Exeter] 37 186-199
1905 J. D. Prickman A few Stories Illustrative of Devonshire Wit and Humour. II 37 200-205
1905 Mrs Rose-Troup The Lady of the Isle: Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle and Devon 37 206-245
1905 Rev. T. W. Whale History of the Exon “Domesday” 37 246-283
1905 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part VII. Three State Documents relating to the Arrest and Execution of Sir Walter Ralegh in 1618 37 284-324
1905 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Neighbours of North Wyke. Part V. Ash and South Zeal in South Tawton 37 325-374
1905 Rev. J. F. Chanter and R. Hansford Worth The Rude Stone Monuments of Exmoor and Its Borders. Part I 37 375-397
1905 Edward Windeatt Totnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties: Part V. [1801-1834] 37 398-409
1905 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Earlier Sections of “Testa Nevil” relating to Devon [1244] 37 410-456
1905 T. A. Falcon Dartmoor: A Note on Graves 37 457-461
1905 Rev. J. B. Pearson The Manors of Bicton and Kingsteignton 37 462-464
1905 J. Brooking Rowe Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt and Princetown 37 465-481
1905 Arthur B. Prowse An Index to Articles on Dartmoor and Its Borders Contained in the “Transactions”, Vols, i to xxx 37 482-568
1906 Fred. T. Elworthy General Discourse (Presidential Address) 38 40-56
1906 I. K. Anderson, J. S. amery, R. Burnard, S. Baring Gould, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, B. Thomson, R. Hansford Worth Eleventh Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Watern Oke 82 hut circles, hut circle or barrow at the Croft in Peter Tavy] 38 101-113
1906 Rev. J. F. Chanter The Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury. I 38 114-168
1906 Rev. J. F. Chanter The Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury. II 38 169-224
1906 Rev. J. F. Chanter Documents Relating to the above Parishes [Lynton and Countisbury] 38 225-254
1906 T. Charbonnier North Devon Pottery of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 38 255-260
1906 Thomas Young Pigmy Flint Implements in North Devon 38 261-269
1906 Miss C. E. Larter Some Cryptograms of Braunton and Sherwill 38 270-293
1906 J. M. Martin Pages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh 38 294-312
1906 J. Horace Round The Earliest Portion of “Testa de Nevill” [1244] 38 313-317
1906 Rev. T. W. Whale Fees of Earl Hugh de Courtenay 38 318-336
1906 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Early Descent of the Devonshire Estates of the Honours of Mortain and Okehampton 38 337-356
1906 C. A. Briggs Recent Neuroptera of Devon 38 357-369
1906 P. F. S. Amery Supposed Currency Bars, Holne Chase 38 370-376
1906 C. R. Baker King Ancient Oak Altar in St. Peter’s Church, Tawstock 38 377-379
1906 Miss Emily Skinner Old Tiverton or Twyford 38 380-390
1906 Rev. D’Oyly W. Oldham The Private Chapels of Devon: Ancient and Modern 38 391-403
1906 Edward Windeatt Totnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. 1836-1906. Part VI 38 404-410
1906 Arthur B. Prowse The Forest Bounds near Princetown 38 411-415
1906 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part VII. Three State Documents Relating to the Arrest and Execution of Sir W. Ralegh in 1618 38 416-490
1906 Miss Helen Saunders Botanical Notes. Part III 38 491-496
1906 Miss E. Lega-Weekes The Accounts of the Head and Subsidiary Wardens of South Tawton 38 496-528
1906 J. D. Prickham Devonshire Wit and Humour. III 38 529-534
1906 Rev. J. F. Chanter and R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. VI 38 535-537
1906 R. Hansford Worth Rude Stone Monuments. II 38 538-552
1907 The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Exeter Devon in Relation to Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address) 39 44-55
1907 Rev. F. E. W. Langdon The Church of Membury 39 131-143
1907 Mrs G. H. Radford The Courtenay Monuments in Colyton Church 39 144-155
1907 Rev. W. H. Thornton Concerning some Old Habits and Decaying Industries in Devon 39 156-178
1907 Arthur R. Hunt The Ripplemark Controversy [physical effects of sea waves] 39 179-193
1907 Rev. J. B. Pearson Edward Young, Dean of Exeter [dd 1689] 39 194-197
1907 Robert Burnard The Ancient Population of the Forest of Dartmoor 39 198-207
1907 Rev. J. B. Pearson The Church of Chulmleigh 39 208-215
1907 Miss Emily Skinner Burg de Tiverton and the Town Leat 39 216-222
1907 R. Hansford Worth Rainfall in Devon 39 223-230
1907 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Misereres of Exeter Cathedral 39 231-241
1907 T. N. Brushfield Raleghana. Part VIII. The execution of Sir Walter Ralegh and some of the event that followed it 39 242-263
1907 A. J. P. Skinner The Pedigree of the Family of Walrond of Bovey, Seaton and Beer 39 264-266
1907 Rev. J. F. Chanter Swainmote Courts of Exmoor 39 267-301
1907 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes The Churchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Introduction (continued) 39 302-336
1907 Rev. W. H. Thornton Notes on some Traditions concerning the Visit of Cromwell and Fairfax to Bovey Tracey, 1646 39 337-348
1907 A. J. V. Radford The Coins and Tokens of Devon 39 349-359
1907 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Churches and Church Endowments in the eleventh and twelfth centuries 39 360-393
1907 Inkermann Rogers Fossil Fish 39 394-398
1907 A. J. Jukes-Brown and W. J. Else The Type-Fossils in the Museum of the Torquay Natural History Society 39 399-409
1908 The Right Hon. Lord Monkswell Devon Folk (Presidential Address) 40 51-63
1908 Rev. Preb. Percival Jackson King’s Teignton Fair 40 102-109
1908 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Hundred of Haytor in the Time of ‘Testa de Nevil’, A. D. 1244 40 110-137
1908 Miss Mary Hall Jordan Leaves from the Notebook of John Risdon of Netherton Manor and West Teignmouth 40 138-147
1908 Edward Windeatt The Constitutions of the Merchants’ Company in Totnes 40 148-171
1908 Arthur W. Clayden Note on the Discovery of Footprints in the “Lower Sandstones” of the Exeter District 40 172-173
1908 Miss C. E. Larter Devon Mosses and Hepatics 40 174-189
1908 Rev. D’Oyly W. Oldham The Story of a Woodland Well [Hatherleigh] 40 190-192
1908 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Misericords of Exeter Cathedral. Part II 40 193-200
1908 Alexander Somervail Ancient and Perished Volcanoes of Devon 40 201-218
1908 Arthur B. Prowse “The Rundlestone” [fallen menhir near Princetown] 40 219-221
1908 Colonel J. W. Lee “Devon On Guard”, 1759-1815 [arrangements for defence of Devon and coastal evacuation in case of French invasion] 40 222-248
1908 Inkermann Rogers On the Submerged Forest at Westward Ho! Bideford Bay 40 249-259
1908 Thomas Young On the Occurrence of Human Remains of Neolithic Age Near Croyde 40 260-263
1908 A. R. Hunt Tests of Granitic Temperatures 40 264-275
1908 J. G. Hamling Recently-discovered Fossils From the Lower and Upper Devonian Beds of North Devon 40 276-280
1908 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part VIII 40 281-282
1908 Harford J. Lowe The Igneous Rocks to the South-east and East of Dartmoor 40 283-302
1908 Miss Helen Saunders Botanical Notes 40 303-305
1908 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Churchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Part III 40 306-312
1909 The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Truro Romance of Poetry (Presidential Address) 41 51-63
1909 Mrs G. H. Radford The Wyses and Tremaynes of Sydenham 41 131-151
1909 J. J. Alexander Bere Alston as a Parliamentary Borough 41 152-178
1909 T. N. Brushfield Ralegh Miscellanea 41 179-214
1909 Rev. E. A. Donaldson Inventory of the Goods etc. of Richard Bevys, Late Mayor of Exeter, 1603 41 215-240
1909 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel A Batch of Old Deeds Relating to Buckland Filleigh, with an Index 41 241-254
1909 J. T. Fouracre Ornamental Lime-Plaster Ceilings and the Plasterer’s Craft in Devonshire 41 256-262
1909 H. Montagu Evants Wembury: its Bay, Church, and Parish. Part I 41 263-289
1909 A. R. Hunt Notes on the Crystallising Temperature of Cassiterite 41 290-297
1909 C. H. Laycock Need for a Devonshire Dialect Grammar 41 298-300
1909 R. Hansford Worth Hallsands and Start Bay. Part II 41 301-308
1909 Inkermann Rogers On a Further Discovery of Fossil Fish and Mollusca in the Upper Culm Measures of North Devon 41 309-319
1909 A. R. Hunt An Inclusion of Culm Grit in Coarse Granite 41 320-323
1909 J. D. Prickman West-Country Oddments 41 324-327
1909 Miss Mary Hall Jordan The Magdalen Lands of West Teignmouth 41 328-338
1909 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes County Armaments in Devon in the Sixteenth Century [extracts from South Tawton Churchwardens’ Accounts] 41 339-355
1909 John M. Martin Pages from the Manuscript History of Hatherleigh ‘Page 2’. 41 356-360
1909 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Introduction to the Churchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Part IV. 41 361-367

1910s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1910 John D. Enys Churches of The West (Presidential Address) 42 54-61
1910 Murray T. Foster A Short History of Cullompton 42 156-181
1910 Rev. Edwin S. Chalk The Church of St. Andrew, Cullompton 42 182-205
1910 T. Cann Hughes The Vicars of Cullompton since the Commonwealth 42 206-214
1910 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Hundreds of Devon. XI. Materials for the Hundred of Hairidge in Early Times, with an Index 42 215-257
1910 J. J. Alexander Tavistock as a Parliamentary Borough, Part I 42 258-277
1910 Rev. Edwin S. Chalk The Town, Village, Manors, Parish and Church of Kentisbeare 42 278-345
1910 Rev. Edwin S. Chalk The Manor, Parish and Churches of Blackborough 42 346-360
1910 T. N. Brushfield Ralegh Miscellanea. Part II 42 361-382
1910 Rev. J. Heald Ward Councillor John Were of Silverton, and the Siege of Exeter, 1645-6 42 383-390
1910 G. B. Savery The Mosses of Silverton 42 391-412
1910 A. R. Hunt Trowlesworthite and Luxulyanite 42 413-419
1910 Miss Emily Skinner Cillitona: the Land of the Wife of Hervius 42 420-422
1910 Miss Helen Saunders Double Daffodils (Chittlehampton) 42 423-424
1910 T. V. Hodgson Pycnogonida of Devonshire [sea spiders] 42 425-439
1910 Harford J. Lowe On the Boulders of Pseudo-Jasper found near Newton Abbot 42 440-445
1910 H. Michell Whitley Visitations of Devonshire Churches [1301-1337, 1442] 42 446-474
1910 Rev. J. F. Chanter Christianity in Devon, before A. D. 909 42 475-502
1910 W. F. C. Jordan A Further Sketch of Bishop’s Teignton 42 503-511
1910 Miss Maery Hall Jordan Notes on Venn in the Parish of Bishop’s Teignton 42 512-516
1910 H. Montagu Evans Wembury: its Bay, Church, and Parish. Part II 42 517-537
1910 Inkermann Rogers A Synopsis of the Fossil Flora and Fauna of the Upper Culm Measure of North-West Devon 42 538-564
1911 Robert Burnard Prehistoric Devon (Presidential Address) 43 44-62
1911 E. Windeatt The Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and Its Mayors and Mayoralties 43 120-148
1911 Hugh R. Watkin The Foundation and Early History of Dartmouth and Kingswear Churches 43 149-165
1911 E. Windeatt Dr George Oliver on Dartmouth and Its Churches 43 166-171
1911 E. Windeatt John Flavell: a notable Dartmouth Puritan and his Bibliography 43 172-189
1911 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Hundreds of Devon, XII. The Early History of the Hundred of Colridge 43 190-236
1911 Miss Beatrix F. Cresswell The Church Goods Commission in Devon, A. D. 1549-1552 43 237-255
1911 Miss Mary F. C. Brisdon Concerning Flies in Devonshire 43 256-261
1911 J. T. Joce An Ancient British Trackway [through South Hams] 43 262-268
1911 R. Pearse Chope “Lord Dynham’s Lands” 43 269-292
1911 Arthur R. Hunt Modern Science and Marine Wave-Action 43 293-308
1911 H. Michell Whitley An Inventory of Church Goods of St. Kieran’s Church, Exeter, A. D. 1417 43 309-318
1911 W. P. Hiern Rubus in Devon: An Account of its Distribution 43 319-347
1911 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part IX 43 348-349
1911 J. J. Alexander Dartmouth as a Parliamentary Borough 43 350-370
1911 J. J. Alexander Tavistock as a Parliamentary Borough, Part II, 1688-1885 43 371-402
1911 John M. Martin Pages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh, ‘Page 3’ – Thomas Roberts, Schoolmaster, Part I 43 403-418
1912 The Right Hon. The Viscount St. Cyres Review of Devonians of the Past (Presidential Address) 44 44-68
1912 Rev. W. Harley A Short Account of the Origin of the Association 44 154-156
1912 Mrs H. Forbes Julian (née Pengelly) William Pengelly, F.R.S.,F.G.S., Father of the Devonshire Association 44 157-191
1912 Miss Kate M. Clarke Records of St. Nicholas Priory, Exeter 44 192-205
1912 Prof. Walter J. Harte Illustrations of Municipal History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter 44 206-230
1912 F. Morris Drake The Fourteenth-century Stained Glass of Exeter Cathedral 44 231-251
1912 Mrs G. H. Radford The Fight at Clyst in 1455 44 252-265
1912 Miss Beatrix F. Cresswell The Exeter Bond of Association: with some Notes on the Signatures 44 266-277
1912 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundreds of Devon. XIII. The Domeday Hundred of Wenford or Wonford 44 278-311
1912 Rev. O. J. Reichel Early Descents of the Manors in the Wonford Hundred 44 312-342
1912 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundreds of Devon. XIV. The Hundred of South Tawton in Early Times 44 343-365
1912 J. J. Alexander Devon County Members of Parliament. Part I. The early Plantagenet Period (1212-1327) 44 366-381
1912 Mrs G. H. Radford Plymouth China 44 382-393
1912 Sir Roper Lethbridge Tithe Committee in Exbourne in the Seventeenth Century 44 394-405
1912 Mrs Frances Rose-Troup The Kalenders and the Exeter Trade-Gilds before the Reformation 44 406-430
1912 Rev. J. B. Pearson Corporation of Exeter Estate in Ireland 1654-1656 44 431-437
1912 Rev. J. F. Chanter Exeter Goldsmiths’ Guild 44 438-479
1912 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes An Account of the Hospitium de le Egle, Exeter, some Ancient Chapels in the Close, and some Persons connected therewith 44 480-511
1912 Colonel E. T. Clifford Drake’s Treasure 44 512-529
1912 H. Michell Whitley The Maritime Trade of Exeter in Medieval Times 44 530-546
1912 Thomas Cann Hughes Rectors of St. Leonard’s, Exeter, since the Commonwealth 44 547-560
1912 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes William Wykes, ‘First Recorder of Exeter’, and Wykes, Sheriff of Devon 44 561-567
1912 R. Pearse Chope The Aulnager in Devon 44 568-596
1912 T. J. Joce The Exeter and Dartmouth Road 44 597-604
1912 E. A. S. Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on Birds in the South Hams District 44 605-610
1912 George M. Doe A Little Bit of Great Torrington Church History in the Time of Queen Elizabeth 44 611-615
1912 Arthur R. Hunt Advancement of Science, Some General Reflections 44 616-648
1912 Edward Windeatt The Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part II 44 649-676
1912 R. Hansford Worth The Petrography of Dartmoor and its Borders. Part III 44 677-680
1912 J. Stevens Some of the Rotifera of Devon 44 681-691
1912 H. Montagu Evans Sand Formation against the Saunton Down Cliffs, North Devon 44 692-702
1912 H. St. George Gray A Survey of Old Burrow Camp, Exmoor. With notes on the excavations conducted there in 1911 44 703-717
1912 A. J. Jukes Brown The Making of Torbay 44 718-731
1912 Charles Lane Life of Joanna Southcott 44 732-756
1912 Charles Lane Bibliography of Joanna Southcott 44 757-809
1913 Ashley A. Froude The State of Agriculture (Presidential Address) 45 47-62
1913 William Davies Buckfast Abbey and Its Relation to Kingsbridge 45 143-151
1913 Rev. J. F. Chanter Extracts from the Leger Book and other Ancient Documents of the Abbey of Buckfast 45 152-168
1913 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundreds of Devon. XV. Stanborough or Dippeforda in the Time of Test de Nevil, A. D. 1243 45 198-207
1913 Rev. O. J. Reichel Index to Two Papers on Stanborough Hundred 45 208-218
1913 Edward Windeatt Totnes and the Civil War 45 219-232
1913 Edward Windeatt The Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralities. Part III 45 233-246
1913 J. J. Alexander Devon County members of Parliament. Part II: The Middle Plantagenet Period (1327-1399) 45 247-269
1913 Rev. J. F. Chanter A Romano-British Inscribed Stone between Parracombe and Lynton 45 270-275
1913 R. Pearse Chope A Dialect Letter, with Glossary 45 276-301
1913 H. Michell Whitley Sanctuary in Devon 45 302-313
1913 Miss K. M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part I. 45 314-329
1913 Miss C. Ethelinda Larter Viola in Devon: Some Account of its Distribution 45 330-342
1913 Rhys Jenkin Savery, Newcomen and the Early History of the Steam Engine. Part I. 45 343-351
1913 Miss Flora Jordan Dawlish Parish Church 45 352-376
1913 A. R. Hunt Torbay and its Raised Beaches 45 377-393
1913 A. R. Hunt On a New Geological Survey of Dartmoor 45 394-408
1913 Professor Walter J. Harte Illustrations of History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter, 1560-1581 45 409-422
1913 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian William Pengelly, F. R. S., F. G. S., Father of the Devonshire Association Part II 45 423-444
1913 E. A. S. Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District 45 445-449
1913 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes The Freemans of Ashburton, Buckfastleigh, Bovey Tracey, etc. 45 450-454
1913 John M. Martin Pages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh. ‘Page 4’ – Thomas Roberts – Schoolmaster. Part II. 45 455-478
1913 Edwin Stanbury Some Devonshire Field-Names, with Suggestions as to their Signification 45 479-488
1914 Professor A. M. Worthington Advances in the Natural Sciences 1890-1914 (Presidential Address) 46 46-68
1914 Mrs G. H. Radford Tavistock Abbey 46 119-155
1914 J. J. Alexander Some Notes on Tavistock History. 1st Series 46 156-175
1914 Mrs G. H. Radford The Charter of Tavistock 46 176-184
1914 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundred of Lifton in the Time of Testa de Nevil, A. D. 1243 46 185-219
1914 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundred of Tavistock in Early Times 46 220-255
1914 Moses Bawden Mines and Mining in the Tavistock District 46 256-264
1914 Rev. W. N. P. Beebe History of Whitchurch 46 265-277
1914 J. J. Alexander Crowndale 46 278-283
1914 R. Hansford Worth Stray Notes on Dartmoor Tin-working 46 284-289
1914 Rev. J. F. Chanter St.Urith of Chittlehampton: A Study in an Obscure Devon Saint 46 290-308
1914 Colonel Sir R. T. White Thomson The Activities of ‘The National Society of Colonial Dames of America’, more particularly with reference to certain Devonians 46 309-325
1914 Hugh R. Watkins The Use of a Norse Standard of Measurement by the Normans in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Buildings, as exemplified in the structure of Torre Abbey and the Churches of Kingskerswell and Cockington 46 326-345
1914 Mrs Clay-Finch “A Mother of Men”. The Countess Gytha 46 346-358
1914 Charles H. Laycock Social Wasps in Devonshire 46 359-371
1914 Rev. John B. Pearson Vicarages in Devon 46 372-385
1914 John May Martin The Anglican Invasion of Devon with Notes on the Place-name ‘-worthy’ 46 386-410
1914 Edward Windeatt The Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralities. Part IV 46 411-427
1914 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part II 46 428-436
1914 Professor Walter J. Harte Illustrations of History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter, 1560-1581. Part II 46 437-454
1914 Rhys Jenkin Savery, Newcomen, and the Early History of the Steam-Engine. Part II 46 455-477
1914 J. J. Alexander Devon County Members of Parliament. Part III. : The later Plantagenet Period (1399-1485) 46 478-496
1914 E. A. S. Elliot Some Birds of Interest on Dartmoor 46 497-506
1914 Chalres H. Laycock West Counry Wit and Humour. Part IV 46 507-519
1915 A. W. Clayden The Future of Higher Education in Exeter (Presidential Address) 47 62-82
1915 Miss Beatrix F. Cresswell Churchyard and Wayside Crosses in the Neighbourhood of Exeter 47 188-193
1915 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Hundred of Exminster in Early Times 47 194-209
1915 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Early History of the Principal Manors in Exminster Hundred, with Index 47 210-247
1915 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Prudom, Prodom, etc., of Exeter: and the First City Seal 47 248-256
1915 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian (née Pengelly) William Pengelly, F.R.S., F.G.S., Father of the Devonshire Association. Part III Misc. Scientific Work 47 257-284
1915 H. Michel Whitley Berry Pomeroy Castle 47 285-293
1915 Arthur Locke Radford The Walrond Screen in Seaton Church 47 294-298
1915 T. J. Joce The Secret of the Fosse Way [discusses its southern end] 47 299-305
1915 Alexander G. Duncan Bideford Under the Restored Monarchy; with some Extracts from a ‘Sessions of the Peace Book’ for the Borough of Bideford, 1659-1688 47 306-333
1915 William J. Blake Hooker’s Synopsis Chorographical of Devonshire [transcript of first eleven pages] 47 334-348
1915 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon: Part III 47 349-356
1915 J. J. Alexander Devon County members of Parliament. Part IV 47 357-371
1915 J. J. Alexander Some Notes on Tavistock History. 2nd Series 47 372-395
1915 E. A. S. Elliot Some Points of Interest on the Natural History of the Plateau known as the Sors or Sæ Waves 47 396-406
1916 E. J. Allen The Marine Biology of Devon [fisheries] (Presidential Address) 48 55-81
1916 J. J. Alexander The Athelstan Myth 48 174-179
1916 J. Y. A. Morshead A History of Puslinch 48 180-188
1916 H. Michell Whitley Totnes Castle and Walled Town 48 189-198
1916 Colonel E. T. Clifford Robert Wenygton: an Old ‘Sea Dog’ of Devon [fifteenth century Dartmouth] 48 199-216
1916 R. Hansford Worth The Dunstones of Plymouth and the Compton-Efford Grit: A Geological Resurvey 48 217-259
1916 Rev. J. B. Pearson The Canon in Residence 48 260-266
1916 C. W. Bracken The Orthoptera of Devon 48 267-282
1916 E. A. S. Elliot Twelve Months’ Notes on the Birds of the South Hams District 48 283-289
1916 A. J. P. Skinner Southcott of Dulcishayes, Kilmington. An Extension of the Pedigree as given by Vivian, page 698 48 290-301
1916 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part V 48 302-319
1916 J. J. Alexander Devon County Members of Parliament. Part V 48 320-340
1916 John May Martin Kairpen-Huelgoit; which is called Exeter 48 341-361
1917 W. P. Hiern A General Sketch of Devonshire Botany (Presidential Address) 49 27-59
1917 Rev. J. F. Chandler The Barnstaple Goldsmiths’ Guild with some notes on the Early History of the Town 49 163-189
1917 Bruce W. Oliver The Early Seventeenth-Century Plaster ceilings of Barnstaple 49 190-199
1917 Beatrix F. Cresswell Ancient Church Needlework in Devon 49 200-209
1917 R. Pearse Chope New Light on Sir Richard Grenville. I. The Projected South Sea Voyage. II. The North Devon Fleet Against the Armada 49 210-282
1917 Henry J. Edwards Notes on the Musical History of Barnstaple 49 283-295
1917 Charles H. Laycock English National and Folk Music, with special reference to the Folk-songs of Devonshire 49 296-319
1917 R. Pearse Chope The Book Dialect of North Devon 49 320-340
1917 C. W. Bracken The Diptera of Devon 49 341-362
1917 J. J. Alexander Devon County members of Parliament. Part VI 49 363-375
1917 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Barnstaple and its three Sub-Manors, Part of the Inland Hundred of Braunton 49 376-388
1917 Rev. J. F. Chanter Charles, Prince of Wales, at Barnstaple and His Hostess [June 1645] 49 389-396
1917 T. V. Hodgson Parasitic Hymenoptera: Ichneumonids and Braconidae 49 397-415
1917 Sydney Harper The History of the Drama in Barnstaple 49 416-428
1918 Hugh R. Watkin A Great Devonian: William Briwer [probable founder of Torre Abbey] (Presidential Address) 50 69-169
1918 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian (née Pengelly) The Palaeontological and Archaeological ‘Finds’ in Kent’s Cavern 50 258-267
1918 R. Pearse Chope Some Old Farm Implements and Operations 50 268-292
1918 Rev. J. Charteris Johnston ‘Literary’ Torquay 50 293-322
1918 A. W. Searley Haccombe: Part I (1086-1330) 50 323-352
1918 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel Extracts from the Hundred Rolls of 3 Edward I (A.D. 20 Nov., 1274 to 19 Nov., 1275) 50 353-381
1918 Miss Ethelinda C. Larter R. D. Blackmore and “Christowell” 50 382-390
1918 Harford J. Lowe The Tertiary Geology of Devon and Cornwall 50 391-401
1918 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor: Part X 50 402-404
1918 Arthur L. Radford Portraits of the Sainthill Family Formerly in Bradninch Manor House 50 405-410
1918 T. J. Joce The Original Main Road West of Exeter 50 411-416
1918 H. Tapley-Soper A Chapter in the History of the Peter or Petre Family of Devon 50 417-430
1918 R. Pearse Chope The Last of the Dynhams 50 431-492
1918 J. J. Alexander An Otterton Notebook 50 493-502
1918 Rev. J. F. Chanter Devonshire Place-Names. Part I: The Parishes 50 503-532
1918 Alexander G. Duncan Bideford Poor and Poorhouses 1830 to 1840 50 533-560
1918 G. T. Harris Moss Flora of Sidmouth and Neighbourhood 50 561-582
1918 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part V 50 583-588
1918 J. J. Alexander Devon County members of Parliament. Part VII 50 589-601
1918 E. A. S. Elliot Two Years’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District 50 602-610
1918 Rev. J. K. Floyer Two Devonshire Papists in the Time of Queen Elizabeth [Anthony Floyer and Henry Carew] 50 611-620
1919 The Very Rev. The Dean of Exeter, Dr H. R. Gamble Charles Kingsley (Presidential Address) 51 47-58
1919 J. J. Alexander When the Saxons Came to Devon, Part I 51 152-168
1919 T. J. Joce Cob Cottages for the Twentieth Century 51 169-174
1919 T. V. Hodgson Memorandum of Flint Implements Found on Dartmoor [arrowheads etc., found in neighbourhood of Okehampton] 51 175-176
1919 Mrs Frances Rose-Troup The Study of Place- and Field-Names 51 177-180
1919 A. W. Searley Haccombe, Part II (1330-1400) 51 181-210
1919 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VI 51 211-221
1919 Colonel J. W. Yerbury List of Diptera hitherto recorded from the County of Devon 51 222-252

1920s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1920 Edward Windeatt Totnes Stone (Presidential Address) 52 48-61
1920 Rev. S. Baring Gould A Lost Lake [Lew Trenchard Valley] 52 152-154
1920 Edward Windeatt An Armada Relic [teak carving of man’s head found at Hope Cope, Salcombe c.1870] 52 155-157
1920 Charles H. Laycock The Old Devon Farm House. Part I. Its Exterior Aspect and General Construction 52 158-191
1920 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian Sir John Bowring, First President of the Devonshire Association 52 192-206
1920 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, President of the First Totnes Meeting 52 207-222
1920 Miss Cecily Radford Joseph Pitts of Exeter (?1663 – ?1739) 52 223-238
1920 Rev. Oseald J. Reichel The Origin and Upgrowth of the English Parish. Illustrated with material taken from the Exeter Episcopal Registers 52 239-262
1920 G. T. Harris The Fresh Water Algae of Devonshire 52 263-275
1920 E. A. S. Elliot A Further Note on the Migration of Salmon in the Rivers Avon and Erme 52 276-281
1920 Arthur B. Prwose The Investigation of Place-Names 52 282-288
1920 Major William J. S. Lockyer The Hill Observatory, Salcombe Regis 52 289-292
1920 J. J. Alexander When the Saxons Came to Devon. Part II 52 293-209
1920 A. W. Searley Haccombe. Part III. (1330-1400) 52 310-326
1920 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VIII 52 327-335
1920 Colonel J. W. Yerbury A List of the Diptera hitherto recorded from the County of Devon 52 336-359
1920 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Saint Loye’s, East Wonford, Devon 52 360-366
1921 Sir Oswyn A. R. Murray Devonshire Wills of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Presidential Address) 53 48-83
1921 J. J. Alexander When the Saxons Came to Devon. Part III 53 168-179
1921 A. W. Searley Haccombe. Part IV. The Archpresbytery 53 180-200
1921 Mrs Hester Forbes Julian James Anthony Froude, President of the Devonport Meeting, and His Brother William Froude, F.R.S. 53 201-215
1921 Lady Radford Heraldry in Relation to the Courtenay Tomb in Colyton Church 53 216-225
1921 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VIII 53 226-231
1921 G. T. Harris Ecological Notes on Wistman’s Wood and Black Tor Copse, Dartmoor 53 232-245
1921 W. G. Shannon Some Additions to the Palaeontology of South-East Devon 53 246-253
1922 The Right Hon. Sir Henry Duke The Place of Damnonia in British England (Presidential Address) 54 43-60
1922 Preb. J. F. Chanter The Beginnings of Crediton (A. D. 550-780) 54 138-145
1922 Rev. Oswald J. Reichel The Manor and Hundred of Crediton 54 146-181
1922 T. Cann Hughes Notes on the Vicars of Crediton since the Commonwealth 54 182-186
1922 J. J. Alexander When the Saxons Came to Devon. Part IV. [Boniface, Egbert, etc.] 54 187-198
1922 Miss Beatrix F. Cresswell Hugh Deane, Clerk to the Governors of the Corporation, 1551-1583 [Crediton] 54 199-204
1922 Lady Radford Henry de Bracton: A Plea for Remembrance [born 1200] 54 205-215
1922 Miss Kate M. Clarke The Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part IX 54 216-223
1922 Charles H. Laycock The Old Devon Farmhouse. Part II. Its Interior Arrangements and Domestic Economy 54 224-270
1922 A. W. Searley Haccombe, Part V. The Courtenay Period (c.1400-1426) 54 271-282
1922 F. B. Rowley Notes on Devon Fresh-Water Amoeboid Protozoa (Sarcodina) 54 283-290
1922 Miller Christy and R. Hansford Worth The Ancient Dwarfed Oak Woods of Dartmoor [Wistman’s Wood, Black Tor Beare (or Copse), Piles Wood] 54 291-242
1923 A. E. H. Hutton Crystals and Atoms (Presidential Address) 55 37-46
1923 E. A. S. Elliot A Few Points of Interest in the Natural History of Salcombe and Neighbourhood 55 115-119
1923 Thomas Winder Submerged Forest in Bigbury Bay at Thurlestone Sands, South Devon 55 120-123
1923 Thomas Winder Archaeological remains at Hope Cove, near Kingsbridge, South Devon 55 124
1923 J. J. Alexander An Irish Invasion of Devon [1067?] 55 125-130
1923 R. Hansford Worth Hallsands and Start Bay. Part III [discusses the desctruction of Hallsands] 55 131-147
1923 W. G. Shannon Erosion in the Torquay Promontory 55 148-153
1923 Charles H. Laycock The Old Devon Farm-House/ Part II (-continued). Its Interior Arrangements and Domestic Economy 55 154-181
1923 George M. Doe Some More Bits of an Old Borough [Great Torrington] 55 182-187
1923 R. C. L. Perkins The Aculeate Hymenoptera of Devon 55 188-241
1923 A. W. Searley Haccombe. Part VI. The Courtenay Period (-continued) 55 242-251
1924 J. S. Amery The Ashburton of past days: its manners, customs and inhabitants (Presidential Address) 56 43-102
1924 T. Cann Hughes Vicars of Ashburton Since the Commonwealth 56 185-194
1924 Dom John Stephan Artistic Remains of Buckfast Abbey 56 195-200
1924 C. F. Rea The Bastewalls of Totnes 56 201-214
1924 W. Burnard Faraday The Recorders of Totnes, and the Courts Civil and Criminal, of the Unreformed Borough [1520-1831] 56 215-248
1924 George M. Doe Some More Bits of an Old Borough. Third Paper [Great Torrington] 56 249-262
1924 J. J. Alexander When the Saxons Came to Devon. Part V [Egbert, Alfred, Athelstan] 56 263-278
1924 E. A. S. Elliot Casual Notes on the Natural History of Start Bay and the Locality 56 279-284
1924 R. Hansford Worth The South Devon Earthquake of Christmas Day, 1923 [affected area from Bickleigh in the west to Broadhempston in the east, and from Chagford in the north, southwards to the sea] 56 285-296
1924 W. G. Shannon The Petrography of the Recent Deposits of the Torquay Promontory 56 297-304
1924 Mrs Ruth E. Morris Some Old-Time Superstitions of Devon [from Brixham] 56 305-308
1924 A. W. Searley Haccombe. Part VII. Early Carew Period 56 309-326
1925 Preb. J. F. Chanter Celtic Devon (Presidential Address) 57 39-66
1925 E. H. Young A Short Account of the Okehampton Market 57 187-212
1925 W. Hunter History of Okehampton Grammar School 57 213-225
1925 E. P. Burd Okehampton, Some Minor Chronicles 57 227-233
1925 T. Cann Hughes Notes on Vicars of Okehampton 57 238-255
1925 E. T. Abell A Note on Jasper Mayne [Hatherleigh] 57 257-265
1925 J. S. Amery and R. H. Worth Gidleigh Castle 57 267-271
1925 C. F. Rea The Building of Totnes Parish Church 57 273-287
1925 Major W. H. Wilkin [Rev. Lewis] Southcomb of Rose Ash 57 289-305
1925 Clement E. Pike Devonshire Hedges [The Construction of Some Devon Field Divisions] 57 307-310
1925 J. J. Alexander Devon County Members of Parliament, Part VIII: Supplement 57 311-320
1925 A. W. Searley Haccombe, Part VIII. Carew Period (continued). 57 321-333
1926 R. Pearse Chope Hartland Abbey (Presidential Address) 58 49-112
1926 W. H. Rogers Orleigh: An Ancient House 58 185-192
1926 Rev. Prebendary J. F. Chanter Borough, or Burrough, in Northam and Its Inhabitants 58 193-208
1926 Francis A. Perry Some Literary Associations of Celtic and Saxon Devon 58 209-222
1926 Inkerman Rogers On The Discovery of Fossil Fishes and Plants in the Devonian Rocks of North Devon 58 223-234
1926 George M. Doe North Devon in Elizabethan Times 58 235-244
1926 Hugh R. Watkin The Early History of Bradley Manor, Near Newton Abbot 58 245-256
1926 Major W. H. Wilkin Notes on Membury 58 257-273
1926 J. J. Alexander The Early Boroughs of Devon 58 275-287
1926 A. W. Searley Early Archpriests at Haccombe 58 289-298
1926 G. T. Harris An Ecological Reconnaissance of east Devon 58 299-335
1926 John Tindall A Summary of Observations on the Foreshore of Sidmouth, Devon 58 337-350
1926 Clement E. Pike Swaling: The Word and the Custom in Life and Literature 58 351-353
1926 C. F. Rea Some South Devon Surnames 58 355-358
1926 R. Hansford Worth A Note on Dartmoor Place Names 58 359-372
1927 C. Dampier-Whetham The Newtonian Epoch, 1685-1920 (Presidential Address) 59 45-66
1927 Major W. H. Wilkin Notes on Membury, Part II 59 229-244
1927 Rev. Dr T. S. Lea Seaweeds at Exmouth 59 245-248
1927 Rev. C. Sherwin The History of Ford Abbey 59 249-264
1927 Rev. J. L. E. Hooppell Old Traine, in Modbury; the House and its Early Owners 59 265-270
1927 T. J. Joce The Earliest Southern Way from Exeter [road] 59 271-277
1927 Miss Ursula Radford Miss Burney in Devonshire [Fanny Burney] 59 279-288
1927 J. J. Alexander Exeter members of Parliament. Part I. 1295 to 1377 59 289-309
1927 T. Cann Hughes The Vicars of Winkleigh since the Commonwealth 59 311-322
1927 Inkerman Rogers Barnstaple, Bideford, and Torrington during the Civil War 59 323-341
1927 R. Hansford Worth A Blowing House in the Parish of Chagford 59 343-345
1928 Lady Radford Early Printing in Devon (Presidential Address) 60 51-74
1928 Major W. H. Wilkin Notes on Membury. Part III 60 161-181
1928 J. J. Alexander Exeter Members of Parliament. Part II. 1377 to 1537 60 183-214
1928 Bruce W. Oliver The Castle of Barnstaple [includes plan] 60 215-224
1928 The Rev. Walter W. Joyce Hugh Squier’s School, South Molton 60 225-238
1928 Frances Rose-Troup Bishop Grandisson: Student and Art-Lover [1327-1369] 60 239-275
1928 E. H. Young Okehampton during the Civil War, 1642-1646 60 277-298
1928 Barbara M. H. Carbonell Notes on the History of the Parishes of Nymet Tracy, alias Bow, with Broad Nymet 60 299-311
1928 G. E. L. Carter History of the Hundred in Devon 60 312-328
1929 G. P. Bidder The Sea (Presidential Address) 61 57-73
1929 R. Pearse Chope Frithelstock Priory 61 167-191
1929 J. J. Alexander Exeter Members of Parliament. Part III. 1537 to 1688 61 193-215
1929 J. J. Alexander Dartmouth as a Parliamentary Borough 61 217-218
1929 Hugh R. Watkin The Lost Chapel of Saint Clare at Hardness, Dartmouth 61 219-236
1929 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes Gallants Bowers [Dartmouth] 61 237-248
1929 Frances Rose-Troup The New Edgar Charter and the South Hams [includes map] 61 249-280
1929 R. C. L. Perkins The Sawflies of Devonshire 61 281-310
1929 E. H. Young The Story of the Chapel of St. James The Apostle at Okehampton 61 311-326
1929 John Tindall Sidmouth Foreshore 61 327-342
1929 Colonel Ransom Pickard Suggested Route from Exeter to the Great Central Trackway, Dartmoor 61 343-345
1929 Major W. H. Wilkin Notes on Membury – Part IV 61 347-374
1929 The Rev. H. W. Watson A Devonshire Village (Feniton) in the Olden Days 61 375-399
1929 R. Hansford Worth Stray Notes on Dartmoor Tin-Working, Part II 61 401-403
1929 C. O. Becker and A. Titley The Valve Mechanism of the Newcomen Engine [Abstract] 61 417-419

1930s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1930 R. Hansford Worth The Physical Geography of Dartmoor (Presidential Address) 62 49-115
1930 J. J. Alexander Exeter Members of Parliament. Part IV. 1688 to 1832 62 195-223
1930 Lady Radford Notes on the Tinners of Devon and Their Laws 62 225-247
1930 Major F. C. Tyler The Stone Remains in Drewsteignton 62 248-260
1930 Frances Rose-Troup Holcombe by Dawlish 62 261-267
1930 Bruce W. Oliver Barnstaple Borough 62 269-273
1930 George M. Doe Great Torrington Church Troubles in Tudor Times 62 275-283
1930 G. T. Harris The Fresh Water Baccillariales of Devonshire 62 285-310
1930 The Right Hon. Earl Fortescue Some Devonshire Farm Names 62 311-340
1930 Major W. H. Wilkin Southcomb of Rose Ash 62 341-346
1930 Colonel Ransom Pickard Trackways near Cotley Castle [Ide to Haldon] 62 347-349
1930 Major W. H. Wilkin The Yarty 62 351-355
1930 Isobel D. Thornley Hartland Parish Records 62 357-372
1930 Gerhard Albers Notes on the Tors and Clitter of Dartmoor 62 373-378
1931 J. B. Masterman (The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Plymouth) The Monasteries of Devonshire (Presidential Address) 63 65-77
1931 Mrs F. Rose-Troup The Ancient Monastery of St. Mary and St. Peter at Exeter [680-1050] 63 179-220
1931 The Rev. Michael Alder The Medieval Jews of Exeter 63 231-240
1931 Major W. H. Wilkin [John Bradford] Coppleston of Offwell 63 241-254
1931 Cecily Radford An Unrecorded Royal Visit to Exeter [Henry IV in 1403] 63 255-263
1931 Muriel E. Curtis Admission to Citizenship in Fourteenth Century Exeter 63 265-272
1931 Harbottle Reed Demolition of Ancient Buildings of Exeter During the Last Half Century 63 273-282
1931 Gilbert Sheldon Devonshire Scenery as Described in English Prose Literature 63 283-291
1931 A. H. Rousham Devonshire Nightingales. Record of Districts Visited and Years when Recorded 63 293-296
1931 Barbara M. H. Carbonell The Nymet Area (Nympton) 63 297-299
1931 Col. Ransom Pickard Tracks to Stoke Hill Camp and in St. David’s Parish, Exeter 63 301-306
1931 T. J. Joce Goatpath [ancient road from Haldon to Staverton] 63 307-310
1931 George Fox Tregelles The Seaweeds of North Devon 63 311-324
1931 Ursula Radford William Davy, Priest and Printer 63 326-339
1931 George M. Doe A Municipal Charity [Great Torrington] 63 341-347
1931 J. J. Alexander The Beginnings of Lifton 63 349-358
1931 R. Hansford Worth A Flint Implement of Palaeolithic Type from Dartmoor 63 359-360
1931 R. Hansford Worth Blowing Houses in the Valley of the Walkham (Moorland) 63 361-367
1931 G. E. Tapley-Soper Thomas Benet MA , Reformation Martyr of Exeter and Master Dusgate, Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge 63 369-380
1931 The Rev. Treasurer J. F. Chanter The Bishop’s Palace at Exeter 63 381
1932 J. J. Alexander The Saxon Conquest and Settlement (Presidential Address) 64 75-112
1932 W. G. Couldrey Memories and Antiquities of Paignton 64 223-237
1932 J. E. B. Churchward Paignton in the Pembroke Survey of 1567 64 239-248
1932 G. D. Woollcombe Sir Thomas Louis, Bart., Knight of Maria Theresa and Knight of Ferdinand in Sicily, Rear-Admiral of the White Squadron 64 249-256
1932 J. Scanes The Pomeroys of Berry Pomeroy 64 257-271
1932 R. Hansford Worth Blowing Houses in the Valleys of the Sheepstor Brook and the Glazebrook 64 273-278
1932 R. Hansford Worth The Prehistoric Monuments of Scorhill, Buttern Hill, and Shuggledown (Shoveldown) 64 280-287
1932 George Fox Tregelles The Seaweeds of South Devon 64 289-323
1932 R. Pearse Chope A Supplementary Glossary of Devonshire Plant Names 64 325-377
1932 C. W. Pilkington-Rogers The Date of the Dartmoor Antiquities 64 379-388
1932 Miss Lillian Sheldon Devon Barns 64 389-395
1932 Mrs F. Rose-Troup The Hereditary Sheriffs of Devon 64 397-413
1932 Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes The Bishop’s Chapel of St. Faith at Exeter 64 415-416
1932 H. Lloyd Parry The Exeter Swords and Hat of Maintenance 64 417-454
1932 K. M. Constable The Early Printed Plans of Exeter 1587-1724 64 455-473
1932 W. J. Harte Some Evidence of Trade Between Exeter and Newfoundland up to 1600 64 475-484
1932 John J. Beckelegge Holbeton Church Reviewed 64 485-496
1932 George M. Doe Great Torrington Quarter Sessions, 1686-1836 64 497-504
1932 Major W. H. Wilkin Radford of Lapford 64 505-508
1932 Major W. H. Wilkin The Vicars of Knowstone-cum-Molland 1765-1915 64 509-518
1932 G. E. L. Carter Anglo-Saxon Devon 64 519-538
1932 J. J. Alexander The Place Names of Torbay 64 539-542
1932 Roland Foster Scraps of Old Paignton 64 543-546
1933 Professor Sir Westcott Stile Abell William Froude, his Life and Work [also R. E. Froude] (Presidential Address) 65 43-76
1933 George Fox Tregelles The Devonian Strata of North Devon 65 201-205
1933 J. J. Alexander The Beginnings of Ilfracombe 65 207-212
1933 G. T. Harris dogoniales of Devonshire 65 213-226
1933 Miss Ursula Radford The Loyal Saddler of Exeter [John Cooke, 1765-1840] 65 227-235
1933 R. Pearse Chope Devonshire Bird Names 65 237-292
1933 Lillian Sheldon Devon Toll Houses 65 293-306
1933 R. Hansford Worth Blowing Houses in the Valleys of the Sheepstor Brook, the Meavy, the Erme and the Avon 65 307-321
1933 Colonel Ransom Pickard Weathering of Exeter’s Wall and Buildings 65 323-329
1933 F. T. Howard The Building Stones of Ancient Exeter 65 331-335
1933 A. Kneel and Ransom Pickard The Modern Water Supply of Exeter 65 337-351
1933 J. J. Alexander East and North Devon Place Names 65 353-377
1933 Rev. Treasurer Chanter The Custos and College of the Vicars Choral of the Choir of the Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter, and their Close 65 379-382
1933 G. E. L. Carter Borough English and Burgage Tenure 65 383-392
1933 Mrs F. Rose-Troup Devon Charters and the Threefold Obligation 65 393-404
1933 Major W. H. Wilkin Some Axminster Worthies [William Buckland, John Cranch, James Davidson, Nancy Dawson, Zachary James Edwards, Matthew Liddon] 65 405-424
1933 Mervyn G. Palmer Birds of the Ilfracombe District 65 425-431
1934 Sir John Collings Squire Threats of Development in Devon (Presidential Address) 66 33-36
1934 C. W. Bracken The Huguenot Churches of Plymouth and Stonehouse 66 163-179
1934 Ethel Lega-Weekes The Pre-Reformation History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe 66 181-199
1934 R. C. Street Buckland Monachorum [Church Records] 66 201-209
1934 Mrs F. Rose-Troup Medieval Customs and Tenures in the Manor of Ottery St. Mary 66 211-233
1934 Major W. H. Wilkin Some Axminster Worthies. Part II. [William Newberry, John Prince, George Pulman, Stephen and Micaish Towgood, Thomas Whitty] 66 235-252
1934 Major W. H. Wilkin Notes on the Members for Honiton, 1640-1868 66 253-278
1934 J. J. Alexander South Devon Place Names 66 279-313
1934 R. Hansford Worth On A Stone Implement found near Wheal Jewell, Mary Tavy 66 315-316
1934 David C. Prowse and R. Hansford Worth On Some Guide Stones Standing on the Course of the Old Track from Tavistock to Ashburton [1699-1670?] 66 317-322
1934 E. Symes Saunders Roborough Earthwork, South Devon 66 323-326
1934 R. Pearse Chope Devonshire Animal and Insect Names 66 327-355
1934 Marjory Eckett Fielden Old-time Survivals in Devon [Torquay Museum’s Devon Folk Collection from Farms and Cottages] 66 357-373
1935 John Satterly The Age of the Earth (Presidential Address) 67 35-73
1935 Mrs F. Rose-Troup The Honour of Harberton [near Totnes] 67 253-284
1935 Harbottle Reed Saxon Cross in the Church of St. Andrew, Colyton 67 285-289
1935 Lady Radford Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Devon 67 291-298
1935 Major W. H. Wilkin Axminster Notes (Some identifications, the Manor, Chapels, Vicars, 1645-1699) 67 299-314
1935 Rev. E. S. Chalk Notes on the Members for Tiverton, 1621-1832 67 315-347
1935 Ethel Lega-Weekes The History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe, Part II 67 349-359
1935 Cecily Radford Early Drama in Exeter 67 361-370
1935 George M. Doe The Pillars of the Church of St. Michael, Great Torrington 67 371-376
1935 Marjorie Eckett Fielden Living Memories in Devon [Kingsbridge, Torquay, Kingsteignton recollections] 67 377-394
1935 E. G. Symes Saunders Thomas Mudge, Edward Clement and John Rouckleiffe, Devonshire Clockmakers 67 395-397
1935 J. J. Alexander Devon River Names 67 399-419
1935 R. Pearse Chope Devonshire Fish Names 67 421-433
1935 L. M. Blackmore The Distribution of Bats in Devonshire 67 435-438
1936 The Right Honourable Lord Mamhead The Depopulation of the Countryside (Presidential Address) 68 41-45
1936 J. J. Alexander Early Owners of Bradley Manor [near Newton Abbot] 68 187-195
1936 J. J. Alexander Early Owners of Torbryan Manor 68 197-214
1936 Dom John Stephan The Buckfast Abbey Bells [medieval and modern] 68 215-220
1936 Frances Rose-Troup Newton St. Cyres and Norton [Saxon manors] 68 221-231
1936 R. Pearse Chope Devonshire Calendar Customs: I. Movable Feasts 68 233-259
1936 Colonel Ransom Pickard The Huguenots in Exeter 68 261-297
1936 E. G. Symes Saunders Plymouth Silver 68 299-302
1936 John Cowling and R. Hansford Worth Archaeological Notes from the Valley of the Lyd [flints, spindle whorls, “stone coffin”] 68 303-305
1936 E. P. Burd Okehampton Turnpikes [1760 onwards] 68 307-323
1936 John J. Beckerlegge The Bell of the Lighthouse on Plymouth Breakwater [made for Start Point 1862, installed 1880] 68 325-329
1936 Rev. E. H. Gotto Parochiales Bridfordii. A Devonshire Village in Olden Times. From the MS of the Rev. Robert Palk Carrington [Bridford, near Moretonhampstead] 68 331-350
1936 T. J. Joce Westward from Dorchester [the route of the ancient road] 68 351-354
1936 G. W. Copeland An Early Fireplace in Membland Hall [Holbeton] 68 355-357
1936 Major W. H. Wilkin Axminster Notes. Part II. [Parish, manors and estates, institutions, vicars] 68 359-379
1936 C. W. Bracken Devonshire Oak Galls 68 381-394
1936 Lillian Sheldon Devon Toll Houses [17 additions to those listed in her 1933 paper] 68 395
1936 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon 68 397-410
1937 Professor Walter J. Harte Ecclesiastical and Religious Affairs in Exeter, 1640-1642 (Presidential Address) 69 41-72
1937 J. J. Alexander Tavistock in the Fifteenth Century 69 247-288
1937 E. Masson Phillips Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. Part 1 69 289-342
1937 R. Hansford Worth The Petrography of Dartmoor 69 343-344
1937 George M. Doe An Unofficial Municipal Diary, 1751-97 [John Palmer, three times Mayor of Great Torrington] 69 346-351
1937 Colonel Ransom Pickard Sunken Tracks on Haldon and a Mediaeval Trade Route 69 353-358
1937 George Fox Tregelles An Introduction to the Seaweeds of Lundy 69 359-363
1937 Lillian Sheldon Devon Inns 69 365-390
1937 G. W. Copeland Devon Dovecotes 69 391-401
1937 Major W. H. Wilkin The Rectors of Honiton, 1505-1907 69 403-410
1937 Major W. H. Wilkin Membury, the Yarty, Offwell and the Members for Homiton [Corrections to his 1926 paper] 69 411-415
1937 Francis Rose-Troup Exeter Manumissions and Quittances of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries 69 417-445
1937 Ethel Lega-Weekes History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe. Part III [continues 1935 paper] 69 447-470
1937 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon. II. The Saxon Element 69 471-477
1937 G. W. Copeland Blagdon Barton: a Plea for its Preservation [Paignton] 69 479-482
1937 Mervyn G. Palmer Standing Stones of the Ilfracombe District 69 483-495
1938 G. T. Harris An Ecological Reconnaissance of Dartmoor (Presidential Address) 70 37-55
1938 Bruce W. Oliver The Long Bridge of Barnstaple. Part 1. 70 193-197
1938 J. J. Alexander Early Owners of Fulford Manor [Dunsford] 70 199-211
1938 A. H. Slee Some Dead Industries of North Devon [woollen cloth, mining, lime burning, paper making, malting, coopering] 70 213-221
1938 George M. Doe Some Notes on the Woollen and Gloving Manufactures at Great Torrington 70 223-228
1938 C. W. Bracken The Manor of Plympton Grange: A Court Roll and a Rental 70 231-251
1938 Mrs F. Rose-Troup An Anglo-Saxon Charter of Brentford (Brampford), Devon [Brampford Speke] 70 253-275
1938 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon. III. Occupative Names: Old Trades and Crafts 70 277-296
1938 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor Sheep Bells 70 297-298
1938 E. Masson Phillips The Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon: Part II 70 299-340
1938 R. Pearse Chope Devonshire Calendar Customs: Fixed Festivals. Part II. Fixed Festivals 70 341-404
1938 J. J. Alexander Leading Civic Officials of Exeter, 1330-1537 70 405-421
1938 Ethel Lega-Weekes The History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe. Part IV. Polsloe Tithes 70 423-432
1938 Miss Beatrix F. Cresswell Umberleigh Chapel 70 433-439
1938 Major W. H. Wilkin Five Honiton Worthies [William Guard, William Harris, Ozias Humphry, William Salter, George Blagdon Wetcott] 70 441-450
1938 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor Blowing Houses, Stray Notes 70 451-454
1938 Miss R. C. Easterling List of Civic Officials of Exeter in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, c. 1100-1300 70 455-494
1939 George M. Doe An Ancient North Devon Borough: Its Surroundings and Associations in the Past (Presidential Address) [Great Torrington] 71 45-65
1939 Mrs F. Rose-Troup The Anglo-Saxon Charter of Ottery St. Mary 71 201-220
1939 J. J. Alexander Tavistock in the Thirteenth Century 71 221-230
1939 E. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (First Paper) 71 231-242
1939 E. Masson Phillips Carduus Pynocephalus L. on Plymouth Hoe 71 243-248
1939 Miss Daphne Drake Members of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1295-1492 71 249-266
1939 Major W. H. Wilkin Vicars of Stockland, 1560-1918 71 267-278
1939 G. W. Copeland Devon Dovecotes: An Addition 71 279-282
1939 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon. IV Locative Surnames 71 283-288
1939 J. J. Alexander Devon Magnates in 1294 and 1324 71 289-299
1939 Eric V. Kingdon Gleanings of Old Records of Mary Tavy Parish 71 301-310
1939 A. J. P. B. Alexander Manorial Title. A Tentative Explanation of its Extent and Limitations 71 311-320
1939 R. Hansford Worth Two Stone Circles on Dartmoor, Swincombe Valley, and West Dart Valley, with a note on the ‘Grey Wethers’ 71 321-328
1939 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor Sheep Bells. II. 71 329-330
1939 Rev. O. J. Reichel The Church and the Hundreds in Devon 71 331-342
1939 A. W. Everett Compton Castle 71 343-346

1940s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1940 C. W. Bracken Devon Entomologists and Entomology (Presidential Address) 72 23-61
1940 J. Benson The Ancestors of Prouz of Chagford 72 179-184
1940 Miss E. Lega-Weekes The Earliest Known Landowners of Throwleigh 72 185-190
1940 R. Hansford Worth The Dartmoor Menhirs 72 191-200
1940 R. Hansford Worth Notes on Some Dartmoor Blowing Houses 72 201-208
1940 R. Hansford Worth The Dartmoor Blowing House 72 209-250
1940 Miss Daphne Drake Members of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1492-1688 72 251-264
1940 E. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (Second Paper) 72 265-272
1940 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon V. Descriptive Names: Nicknames 72 273-281
1940 J. J. Alexander Devon Magnates in 1434 72 283-303
1940 F. W. Morgan The Domesday Geography of Devon 72 305-332
1941 H. Lloyd Parry The Government of Exeter – A Survey (Presidential Address) 73 29-50
1941 C. W. Copeland Further Notes on Devon Dovecotes 73 133-137
1941 J. Benson Heritage of Prouz [Chagford] 73 139-152
1941 J. J. Alexander Early Barons of Torrington and Barnstaple 73 153-179
1941 Daphne Drake Members of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1689-1832 73 181-193
1941 A. H. Slee Braunton: And its Manors 73 195-202
1941 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor: 1788-1808 73 203-226
1941 R. Hansford Worth Retaining Circles Associated with Stone Rows, Dartmoor 73 227-238
1941 G. T. Fraser Some Corrections and Additions to Flora of Devon, 1939 73 239-274
1942 Mrs F. Rose-Troup Leofric, the First Bishop of Exeter (Presidential Address) 74 41-66
1942 W. H. Rogers Barnstaple Turnpike Trust 74 139-168
1942 Daphne Drake Members of Parliament for Barnstaple – Corrections and Additions 74 169-171
1942 J. J. Alexander The Beginnings of Tavistock 74 173-202
1942 R. Hansford Worth Marchants Cross, Meavy 74 203-206
1942 R. Hansford Worth Stone Circle in the Plym Valley 74 207-210
1942 C. W. Bracken The Obsolete Plymouth Manors of Sutton Pyll, Radcliffe and Lulyetts Fee 74 211-236
1942 Mrs F. Rose-Troup Crediton Charters of the Tenth Century 74 237-261
1943 Colonel Ransom Pickard Glaciation on Dartmoor (Presidential Address) 75 25-52
1943 Rev. A. L. Browne The Tenants of Exeter Archdeaconry in the Thirteenth Century 75 101-120
1943 T. J. Joce Exeter Roads and Streets 75 121-134
1943 H. Ronald Hicks William Payne. Painter in Oils and Watercolours 75 135-139
1943 E. Masson Phillips Notes on Some Roadside Stones in South West Devon 75 141-166
1943 Eric V. Kingdon The Bridges over the River Tavy at Tavistock 75 167-170
1943 Paymaster Commander A. W. B. Messenger A Survey of the Heraldry at the Hall, Weare Gifford, Devon 75 171-210
1943 Mervyn G. Palmer A Diarist in Devon [Mr D. Benham’s diary in Ilfracombe Museum of two summer holidays in Devon, 1849 and 1852] 75 211-243
1943 H. P. R. Finberg Church and State in Twelfth Century Devon: Some Documentary Illustrations 75 245-258
1943 E. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (Third Paper) 75 259-266
1943 G. W. Copeland Notes on Devon Dovecotes: Part IV 75 267-272
1943 R. Hansford Worth The Prehistoric Pounds of Dartmoor 75 273-302
1944 The Ven. A. H. Thompson The Inventories of the Treasures of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in Exeter (Presidential Address) 76 27-37
1944 H. Ronald Hicks Miniature Artists in Devonshire [Nicholas Hilliard, Richard Cosway, Andrew Plimer, Ozias Humphrey, Richard Crosse, Francis Lane, Marie Pearce] 76 123-127
1944 Colonel Ransom Pickard The Huguenots in Exeter – A Continuation 76 129-132
1944 D John Stephan Savigny and Buckfast Abbey 76 133-139
1944 C. W. Bracken The Plymouth Grammar School [1561-1937] 76 141-166
1944 W. R. Hooper Some Chief Burgesses of Great Torrington [1182-1673] 76 167-186
1944 R. Hansford Worth The Tenants and Commoners of Dartmoor [venville, foreignors and wreytors, foldage, manor courts, tithes] 76 187-214
1944 Mervyn G. Palmer Diarist in Devon. Part II. [Mr D. Benham, Ilfracombe Museum, visit to Devon 1852] 76 215-247
1945 Percy Morris Exeter Cathedral: A Historical Review 1676-1726 (Presidential address) 77 25-54
1945 Lt.-Colonel J. V. Ramsden Axmouth Haven 77 145-148
1945 G. W. Copeland Radford (Plymstock, Devon) 77 149-156
1945 H. P. R. Finberg Morwell 77 157-172
1945 W. R. Hooper Notes on a Collection of Devonshire Seventeenth Century Tokens 77 173-190
1945 H. W. Pugsley The Tower on Lynmouth Pier 77 191-198
1945 Mervyn G. Palmer A Diarist in Devon. Part III [Diary of Daniel Benham, 1849-52, in Ilfracombe Museum] 77 199-224
1945 R. Hansford Worth The Dartmoor Hut Circles 77 225-256
1946 R. Waterfield Music in Devon; The Historical Aspect (Presidential Address) 78 23-48
1946 C. Fryer Cornelius Ancient Devon Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot 78 123-152
1946 E. Amery Adams The Old Heytor Granite Railway [Haytor] 78 153-160
1946 R. Hansford Worth Stray Notes on the Teign Valley 78 161-170
1946 Col. R. Pickard A Neolithic Celt from Near Moretonhampstead 78 171-176
1946 Bruce W. Oliver The Long Bridge of Barnstaple. Part 2 78 177-192
1946 H. W. Pugsley The Flora of Combe Martin 78 193-206
1946 Col. R. Pickard The High Level Gravels in East and North Devon 78 207-228
1946 Eric V. Kingdon Tavistock Library 78 229-238
1946 C. E. Hicks Early Methodism in Tavistock 78 239-246
1946 C. W. Bracken Plymouth Chantries 78 247-258
1946 John J. Beckerlegge The Thunderbolt: A Plymouth Newspaper: 78 259-264
1946 H. P. R. Finberg Childe’s Tomb 78 265-280
1946 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor Blowing Houses (Supplement) 78 281-284
1946 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor: Part I 78 285-316
1947 C. A. Ralegh Radford The Dumnonii (Presidential Address) 79 15-30
1947 C. Fryer Cornelius Fittings, Furnishings and Finishings of the Ancient Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot 79 81-90
1947 Lt.-Col. G. W. G. Hughes Gidleigh 79 91-104
1947 Hermon French A Moorland Farm near Ponsworthy during February and March 1947 79 105-108
1947 E. Amery Adams Observations and Comparisons made above Ashburton during the same period [February and March 1947 – see paper in same volume by Hermon French] 79 109-112
1947 J. H. D. Hooper The Caverns at Buckfastleigh 79 113-116
1947 Marjorie P. Crighton Some Medical and Scientific Books in Exeter Cathedral Library 79 117-124
1947 R. Hansford Worth Prehistory in Tavistock 79 125-128
1947 H. P. R. Finberg The Borough of Tavistock: its Origin & Early History 79 129-154
1947 C. E. Hicks Tavistock: The Changing Scene in the Last Two Centuries 79 155-174
1947 R. Hansford Worth The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part II 79 175-186
1947 Col. R. Pickard The Central Trackway of Dartmoor 79 187-192
1947 Lt.-Col. J. V. Ramsden The Hill Fort and Castle Hill at Widworthy 79 193-196
1947 Cecil Spiegelhalter Surnames of Devon VI. French Place-Names and Devon Family-Names 79 197-210
1947 R. H. Worth Dartmoor and the Services [Evidence given on behalf of the Devonshire Association and the Dartmoor Preservation Association to the Public Enquiry, 16 July 1947] 79 211-226
1947 C. R. Heraldry of Canterbury Cathedral 79 227-228
1947 R. G. Goodchild An Antiquary in Devon (W. T. P. Short 1800-1881) 79 229-257
1948 Rt Hon. L. S. Amery The Elizabethan Spirit (Presidential Address) 80 21-35
1948 Rev. W. J. Prew The Bristol Channel and Bideford Bay: a study in local palaeogeography 80 111-118
1948 Inkerman Rogers The Invasion of North Devon by Hubba the Dane in the Year 878 80 119-126
1948 F. E. Whiting Bideford Bridge 80 127-136
1948 Vernon C. Boyle Arts and Crafts of an Old Sea Port (Bideford) 80 137-146
1948 Bruce W. Oliver The Three Tuns, Barnstaple 80 147-158
1948 Mrs B. W. Oliver Some Notes on Shebbear and Durpley Castle 80 159-166
1948 John Hooper A Deep Natural Cavern at Westleigh 80 167-170
1948 Col. Ransom Pickard The Bed of the Lower Exe 80 171-176
1948 John B. Beckerlegge Plymouth Transport in Recent Years 80 177-186
1948 H. Ronald Hicks The Tavistock Theatre 80 187-192
1948 Rev. J. A. S. Castlehow The Duchy of Lancaster in the County of Devon 80 193-210
1948 C. E. Hicks Devonshire Bank Notes 80 211-232
1948 R. Hansford Worth Dartmoor Sheep Bells: Part III 80 233-234
1948 R. Hansford Worth Stone Celts in Devon 80 235-236
1949 Bruce W. Oliver The Devonshire Cottage (Presidential Address) 81 27-45
1949 H. P. R. Finberg The Stannary of Tavistock 81 155-184
1949 Miss Margaret Fairmaner St. Mary Tavy Parish Registers 81 185-196
1949 H. Lloyd Parry The Fee Farm of Exeter 81 197-200
1949 R. Easterling, Miss M. Crighton and Ransom Pickard Some Early Medical Men in Exeter 81 201-210
1949 J. H. D. Hooper Cave-dwelling Bats in South Devon 81 211-216
1949 Ransom Pickard Geology of Milber Down 81 217-226
1949 G. C. Coulton (& Rev. H. Fulford Williams) The Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Totnes, 1342 81 227-269
1949 G. W. Copeland Charles Church, Plymouth 81 271-286
1949 C. E. Hicks The Banking Crisis of 1825 in Devon 81 287-296
1949 Hamlyn Parsons Links Between South Devon and Tierra del Fuego 81 297-302
1949 Rev. R. Fraser Bastow The Freshwater Bacillariales (Diatoms) of Devonshire 81 303-310
1949 R. Hansford Worth The Moorstone Age: Part I 81 311-331
1949 W. J. Prew On Metals in Devon. A Comparative Review of Origins and Principles 81 333-340
1949 T. R. Shaw The Caves at Chudleigh 81 341-345
1949 Grahame Farr The Torridge Devonia and Other Bideford-Bristol Steamers 81 346-356

1950s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1950 E. Amery Adams Forests and Forestry in Devon (Presidential Address) 82 29-43
1950 Edward Cahen The Two British Oaks: Their Occurrence in Devon 82 193-204
1950 Alfred H. Shorter The Historical Geography of the Paper Making Industry in Devon, 1684-1950 82 205-216
1950 G. H. Gibbens A Short History of Sidmouth 82 217-228
1950 Preb. C. A. W. Russell The Church Registers of the Parish of Harpford 82 229-232
1950 Ransom Pickard Notes on the Superficial Geology of Exeter 82 233-240
1950 Cecily Radford Three Centuries of Play Going in Exeter 82 241-270
1950 Alfred H. Shorter Field Patterns in Brixham Parish, Devon 82 271-280
1950 Percy Russell The New Quay at Dartmouth (1584-1640) 82 281-290
1950 J. H. D. Hooper Reed’s Cave, Buckfastleigh 82 291-294
1950 H. P. R. Finberg An Unrecorded Stannary Parliament 82 295-310
1950 Anon The Parish Constables’ Accounts of St. Mary Tavy, 1672-1709 82 311-319
1950 E. Amery Adams and H. Dewey Report on Some Prehistoric Objects from Welstor 82 321-323
1950 E. Amery Adams and H. Dewey Spindle Whorls found in Devonshire 82 324-328
1950 R. Hansford Worth The Moorstone Age: Part II 82 329-339
1951 Commander (S.) A. W. B. Messenger An Eighteenth Century Dean of Exeter and His Family (Presidential Address) 83 22-33
1951 Commander (S.) A. W. B. Messenger The Heraldry of Tawstock Church 83 130-171
1951 Aileen Fox The Underground Conduits in Exeter Exposed During Reconstruction in 1950 83 172-178
1951 G. E. Fussell Four Centuries of Farming Systems in Devon: 1500-1900 83 179-204
1951 C. E. Hicks Early Banking in Brixham 83 205-211
1951 Vernon C. Boyle Lines of Beauty in Art and Nature 83 212-216
1951 C. Fryer Cornelius Medieval Effigies and Other Memorials in the Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot 83 217-238
1951 May F. C. Oliver Notes on Roborough (North Devon) its Manors and Bartons 83 239-252
1951 J. R. W. Coxhead The Story of Ashe House [near Colyton] 83 253-258
1951 Dom John Stéphan Some Notes on Saint Boniface and his Relics in England 83 259-266
1951 H. St. J. O’Neil The Old House Known as Number Five Higher Street, Dartmouth 83 267-271
1951 J. H. D. Hooper Bat Banding In Devonshire 83 272-277
1951 Percy Russell Some Historical Notes on the Brixham Fisheries 83 278-297
1951 E. N. Masson Phillips An Addendum To The Moorstone Age Part II 83 298-299
1952 Mrs M. C. S. Cruwys The Records at Cruwys Morchard (Presidential Address) 84 1-19
1952 John Satterly Memories of Ashburton in Late Victorian Days 84 20-51
1952 A. S. Mahood Some Notes on Blundell’s School [Tiverton] 84 52-80
1952 Lt.-Col. J. V. Ramsden Notes on the Mines of Devonshire 84 81-104
1952 Lady (Aileen) Fox Roman Objects from Cadbury castle 84 105-114
1952 R. Graham and C. A. Ralegh Radford The Cluniac Priory of St. Mary, Carswell 84 115-121
1952 Joyce Youings The City of Exeter and the Property of the Dissolved Monasteries 84 122-141
1952 A. H. Slee The Open Fields of Braunton 84 142-149
1952 Commander (S.) A. W. B. Messenger A Note on the Rood Screen of St. Nectan’s Church, Hartland 84 150-155
1952 Col. Ransom Pickard Superficial Geology of Exeter and the Alpha Brook Valley 84 156-158
1952 Col. Ransom Pickard The Celtic Site on Coombe Down 84 159-162
1952 Miss Theo Brown A Further Notes on the Great Devon Mystery 84 163-171
1952 C. E. Stevens A Lady of Quality of Roman Devon 84 172-177
1952 D. Roy Tucker Quarter Sessions and County Council Government of Devon in the Nineteenth Century 84 178-205
1952 Mrs (May) Oliver Corrections and Additions to the ‘Manors and Bartons of Roborough’ (N. Devon) 84 206-207
1953 F. S. Russell The English Channel (Presidential Address) 85 1-17
1953 L. E. Braddick The Port of Topsham, its ships and ship-builders 85 18-34
1953 John Caldwell and John Wilkinson The Exeter Oak 85 35-40
1953 G. W. Copeland Buckland Abbey: Some Problems 85 41-52
1953 G. W. Copeland The History and Work of the Old Plymouth Society 85 53-55
1953 Percy Russell and Gladys York Kingswear and Neighbourhood 85 56-84
1953 T. J. Wallace The Plant Ecology of Dawlish Warren (Part I) 85 86-94
1953 P. H. Hardacre The End of the Civil War in Devon: a Royalist Letter of 1646 85 95-104
1953 Hamlyn Parsons and Bart Long Colyton Club Day 85 105-113
1953 D. Roy Tucker Quarter Sessions and County Council Government in Devon in the Nineteenth Century (Part Two) 85 114-132
1953 Diana and Alexander Woolner The Motte at Castle Dyke, High Week 85 133-138
1953 Vernon C. Boyle R. T. Blackmore, Shipwright 85 139-144
1953 Hamlyn Parsons Investigations into the Burford Down Stone Row 85 145-147
1953 Mary C. Jennings Aliens in Plymouth during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 85 148-153
1954 St. John Ervine A Stranger Looks at Devon (Presidential Address) 86 1-20
1954 Lady (Aileen) Fox Excavations at Kestor 86 21-62
1954 W. L. D. Ravenhill The Settlement of Devon in the Dark Ages 86 63-74
1954 Lt.-Col. G. W. G. Hughes Moreton Hampstead 86 75-88
1954 E. G. Fogwill Pastoralism on Dartmoor 86 89-114
1954 Rev. H. Fulford Williams North Tawton: A Devon Market Town 86 115-136
1954 W. B. Stephens Merchant Companies and Commercial Policy in Exeter, 1625-1688 86 137-160
1954 Mrs (May) Oliver Newton Tracey and a Forgotten Quaker Burial Ground 86 161-165
1954 Mrs J. M. Crowley Notes on the Ruined Chapel of St. Helen, Croyde 86 166-172
1954 E. N. Masson Phillips Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon: Supplementary Notes (4th Paper) 86 173-194
1954 J. H. D. Hooper Some Notes on a Cave near Radford 86 195-200
1954 T. J. Wallace The Plant Ecology of Dawlish Warren, The Larger Fungi (Part 2) 86 201-210
1954 Diana and Alexander Woolner Teignbridge and the Haldon Road 86 211-227
1954 S. E. Rigold Totnes Castle: Recent Excavation by the Ancient Monuments Department, Ministry of Works 86 228-256
1955 Ursula Radford The Deans of Exeter (Presidential Address) 87 1-24
1955 Major T. W. Venn An Introduction to Crediton 87 25-32
1955 Charles Luxton The Earliest Settlements at Crediton 87 33-38
1955 Charles Luxton Crediton Charity Schools 87 39-54
1955 Lady (Aileen) Fox Huts and Enclosures at Grippers Hill, Dartomoor 87 55-62
1955 Miss Theo Brown The Trojans in Devon 87 63-76
1955 Rev. H. Fulford Williams Ideford Through the Centuries 87 77-89
1955 Rev. H. R. Evans Wife for an Archdeacon 87 90-110
1955 Sir Percy McElwaine A Rawleighe Escapade 87 111-115
1955 Alfred E. Blackwell John Gay 87 116-129
1955 Donald Cawthron Administration of the Diocese of Exeter in the Fourteenth Century 87 130-164
1955 Rev. W. Keble Martin A Short History of Coffinswell 87 165-190
1955 J. A. Bulley The Beginnings of the Devonshire Ball Clay Trade 87 191-203
1955 Mary Gillham Some Effects of the Larger Animals on the Flora of Lundy 87 204-229
1955 G. W. Copeland Widey Court 87 230-238
1955 Hamlyn Parsons Court Entries of the Borough of Ashburton, 1747-1803 87 239-249
1955 Percy Russell Fire Beacons in Devon 87 250-302
1956 The Rt. Hon. The Earl Fortescue Some Notes on the Family of Fortescue (Presidential Address) 88 1-20
1956 R. B. Carnegie The Lynmouth Flood Disaster: Reconstruction works completed and in progress, April, 1956 88 21-41
1956 L. C. W. Bonacina Wordsworth and Coleridge on the Confines of Devonshire 88 42-46
1956 A. W. Everett The Chapel of St. Nicholas, Ilfracombe 88 47-51
1956 C. W. Taylor Erratics of the Saunton and Fremington Areas 88 52-64
1956 John Caldwell Some Notes on the First British Bee-Keeping Society 88 65-74
1956 A. W. Everett Rebuilding of the Hall of Compton Castle 88 75-85
1956 Diana and Alexander Woolner Waste Berry, Brixton 88 86-89
1956 W. B. Stephens The West-Country Ports and the Struggle for the Newfoundland Fisheries in the Seventeenth Century 88 90-101
1956 Mrs Philip Scott (Elizabeth Scott) Lympstone: A Village Story 88 102-129
1956 E. D. Mackerness Richard Hole of the Exeter Society of Gentlemen, an Eighteenth Century Shakespearean Critic 88 130-141
1956 J. A. Bulley Teignmouth as a Seaside Resort 88 142-162
1956 G. W. Copeland and A. W. Everett Discoveries at the Church of St. Andrew, Plymouth 88 163-173
1956 John Roberts A Notable Devon Knight: Sir William Courtnay (1553-1630) 88 174-188
1956 Hamlyn Parsons Dartmoor Blowing Houses: Some Recent Investigations 88 189-196
1956 G. W. Copeland Notes on Devon Dovecotes: Part V 88 197-199
1957 Rev. S. C. Carpenter Some Devon Poets (Presidential Address) 89 1-17
1957 Lady (Aileen) Fox Excavations at Dean Moor (1954-56) 89 18-77
1957 J. S. Roshell Sir William Sturmey, Speaker at the Parliament at Coventry, 1404 89 78-92
1957 R. Welldon-Finn The Making of the Devonshire Domesdays 89 93-123
1957 Kathleen and Cecil French Devonshire Plasterwork 89 124-144
1957 Alfred E. Blackwell Some Critical Notes on the Bibliography of Lundy 89 145-152
1957 Mrs Bruce Oliver Notes on Brushford 89 153-159
1957 Keith Gardner A Mesolithic Survey of North Devon 89 160-174
1957 Mrs Jeanie Crowley Sundials in North Devon 89 175-191
1957 Peter W. Hopkins The Amphibians and Reptiles of Devon, A Review (1584-1957) 89 192-204
1957 Miss Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon 89 205-215
1957 Miss Sabina Lamb Some Notes on Eighteenth Century Furnishings in the Parish Churches of Devon 89 216-224
1957 Rev. H. Fulford Williams Sampford Courtenay and Honeychurch 89 225-240
1958 Miss Mary Coate The Corporation of the Church of St. Mary of Ottery (Presidential Address) 90 18-30
1958 A. A. Brockett Nonconformity in Devon in the Eighteenth Century 90 31-59
1958 Miss Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon, II 90 60-61
1958 The Rev. H. R. Evans Broadhempston 90 62-126
1958 A. W. Everett Domestic Piscinas in Devon 90 127-128
1958 E. N. Masson Phillips Bunter Quartzite Artifacts from Coastal Sites in South Devon 90 129-145
1958 Miss Cecily Radford Richard Ford and His Handbook for Travellers in Spain 90 146-166
1958 Miss Joan Sinar Some Medieval and Modern Benefactions in Kingsbridge and the Neighbourhood 90 167-178
1958 C. W. Taylor The Saunton Pink Granite Erratic 90 179-186
1958 C. W. Taylor Some Supplementary Notes on Saunton Erratics 90 187-191
1958 Rev. H. F. Fulford Williams The Yeomanry and Mounted Rifles of Devon 90 192-197
1959 L. K. Elmhirst Some Aspects of the History of Dartington Hall (Presidential Address) 91 19-35
1959 Miss Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon: Part III 91 36-37
1959 Miss Theo Brown Black Dog in Devon 91 38-70
1959 Lady Fox and W. L. D. Ravenhill Stoke Hill Roman Signal Station 91 71-82
1959 E. N. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon 91 83-91
1959 John Roberts Sir John Gilbert, 1536 (?) – 96 91 92-106
1959 Percy Russell and A. W. Everettt Number Thirteen, Higher Street, Dartmouth 91 107-111
1959 Dom John Stéphan Some Notes on Ashburton Grammar School 91 112-125
1959 Dom John Stéphan An Ashburton and Totnes Worthy: Edmund Bishop (1846-1917 91 126-129
1959 Rev. H. F. Fulford Williams Devon Infantry Units: Regular, Militia and Volunteer 91 130-137
1959 John Yallop Slapton College 91 138-148
1959 Comdr A. H. Wooner and Mrs D. H. Woolner Teignbridge and the Haldon Road: A Supplement 91 149-151

1960s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1960 Rt. Honble The Earl of Halsbury The Pleasure of Scale (Presidential Address) 92 19-34
1960 Rev. J. H. B. Andrews The Parishes of Satterleigh and Warkleigh 92 35-87
1960 A. E. Blackwell Lundy’s Ecclesiastical History 92 88-100
1960 Miss Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon: Part IV 92 101-103
1960 John Caldwell A Provincial Horticultural Society (Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society) 92 104-115
1960 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses 92 116-141
1960 A. M. Erskine and D. Portman The History of an Exeter Tenement (229 High Street) 92 142-157
1960 Rev. H. R. Evans [The parish of ] Woodland 92 158-232
1960 H. French Some Unusual Plant Aliens in Widecombe-in-the-Moor 92 233-235
1960 O. Greig Flora of the Lime Quarry Pools of North West Devon 92 236-238
1960 C. E. Hicks Nonconformity in South Molton 92 239-247
1960 R. Stanes Sir Guy de Brian, K.G. 92 248-278
1960 W. B. Stephens Roger Mallock, Merchant and Royalist 92 279-292
1960 E. Welch Pollexfen Pew at Yealmpton 92 293-301
1960 Rev. H. F. Fulford Williams Memories of a Devon Childhood 92 302-310
1960 F. E. Zeuner Excavations at the Site called ‘The Old Grotto’, Torbryan 92 311-330
1961 J. W. Cook Pot Pourri: Higher Education and Research in Devon (Presidential Address) 93 21-33
1961 Rev. J. H. B. Andrews Chittlehamholt 93 141-173
1961 A. E. Blackwell The North Devon Athenaeum, Barnstaple 93 174-183
1961 A. A. Brockett Some Political and Social Influence of Exeter Dissenters and Some Notable Families 93 184-193
1961 Miss T. Brown Tales of a Dartmoor Village: Some Preliminary Notes on the Folklore of Postbridge 93 194-227
1961 R. J. E. Bush Rev. John Lemprière, D.D., in Devon 93 228-249
1961 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses: Part II 93 250-265
1961 Mrs J. M. Crowley Sundials in South Devon 93 266-284
1961 H. French Further Occurrences of Unusual Alien Plants at Widecombe 93 285
1961 Miss M. Lattimore Some Prehistoric Evidence in the Plymouth Area 93 286-303
1961 Miss M. Lattimore The Deep Channel of the Tamar Estuary 93 304-309
1961 Miss H. H. Walker Notes for a Study of Bishop Walter de Stapledon and the Church in the West Country in the Early Fourteenth Century 93 310-328
1961 Rev. H. F. Fulford Williams Three Devon Examples of the Law of Deodand 93 329-3333
1962 Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Exeter (C. C. Mortimer) The Exeter Case (Presidential Address) 94 26-41
1962 Miss Hilda H. Walker The Story of the Devonshire Association, 1862-1962 (Centenary Lecture) 94 42-110
1962 N. W. Alcock Houses in an East Devon Parish [Sowton] 94 185-232
1962 Rev. Prebendary J. B. Andrews Chittlehampton 94 233-338
1962 L. E. Braddick Whitestone and Oldridge 94 339-362
1962 R. J. E. Bush Exeter Free Grammar School, 1633-1809 94 363-410
1962 J. Caldwell The Exeter Elm and W. Ford’s Nursery 94 411-412
1962 J. Caldwell Some Notes on the History of Exeter University 94 413-426
1962 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses: Part III 94 427-439
1962 H. J. Hanham A Tangle Untangled: Lordship of the Manor and Borough of Ashburton 94 440-457
1962 Lt.-Col. G. W. G. Hughes Number Seven, The Close, Exeter 94 458-462
1962 Mrs C. D. Linehan A Forgotten Manor in Widecombe-in-the-Moor with Notes on its Geology, Archaeology and Mining by H. French 94 463-492
1962 R. Newton Law and Order in Exeter, 1837-48 94 493-530
1962 M. C. F. Proctor A Sketch of the Epiphytic Bryophite Communities of the Dartmoor Oak Woods 94 531-554
1962 I. G. Simmons An Outline of the Vegetation History of Dartmoor 94 555-574
1962 G. H. Stephens and C. E. Welch The Plymouth Athenaeum, 1812-1962 94 575-578
1962 C. E. Welch Dissenters’ Meeting Houses in Plymouth to 1852 94 579-612
1962 Rev. H. F. Fulford Williams Some Vestments of Bishop Grandisson Now Preserved in the Azores 94 613-622
1962 L. C. Frost A Flora Annotated by William Wavell Containing Some First Records for Devon 94 623-629
1962 K. Ugawa Economic Development of Some Devon Manors in the 13th Century 94 630-684
1963 Dom John Stéphan Devon Cistercians in English Literature (Presidential Address) 95 25-51
1963 N. W. Alcock Devonshire Linhays: A Vernacular Tradition 95 117-130
1963 Miss T. Bown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon: Part V 95 131-134
1963 H. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses: Part IV 95 135-155
1963 H. French Field Names in Widecombe-in-the-Moor 95 156-167
1963 H. French and Mrs C. D. Linehan Abandoned Medieval Sites in Widecombe-in-the-Moor 95 168-179
1963 I. G. Simmons The Blanket Bog of Dartmoor 95 180-196
1963 E. T. Vachell Eggesford and Heywood Castles 95 197-207
1963 Miss H. H. Walker The Petition for the Making of the Torbay Road, 1836 95 208-218
1963 R. D. Brown Devonians and New England Settlement before 1650 95 219-243
1964 Rt. Hon. The Viscount Amory Our Changing Heritage (Presidential Address) 96 28-40
1964 E. M. M. Alexander Father John MacEnery: Scientist or Charlatan (Kent’s Cavern) 96 113-146
1964 Rev. Prebendery J. H. B. Andrews The Rise of the Bible Christians with Reference to the Church in North Devon in the early 19th Century 96 147-185
1964 A. A. Brockett Index to Papers on Nonconformist History Published in the Transactions 96 186-189
1964 R. M. L. Cook Vermin Traps on south west Dartmoor 96 190-201
1964 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses: Part V 96.0 202-207
1964 W. R. Dearman The Tectonics of the Upper Culm Measures near Okehampton 96 208-227
1964 J. C. Goodridge Devon Great Consols: A Study of a Victorian Mining Enterprise 96 228-268
1964 R. G. F. Stanes A Georgicall Account of Devonshire and Cornwalle in Answer to Some Queries concerning Agriculture, Samuel Colepresse (1667) 96 269-302
1964 W. S. Steer The Origins of Social Insurance 96 303-317
1964 C. E. Welch Plymouth: Municipal Reform in Plymouth 96 318-338
1964 E. Greenfield Excavation of a Bombed Site in Chapel Street, Exeter 96 339-379
1965 Norman Capener William of Orange and Accident Prevention (Presidential Address) 97 32-40
1965 Miss M. Brodie The Parish Records of Alphington, 1603-1836 97 137-156
1965 A. W. Everett The Monastic Barn at Shiphay, Torquay 97 157-160
1965 B. Le Messurier The Phillpotts Peat Passes of Northern Dartmoor: A Pioneer Survey 97 161-170
1965 Mrs C. D. Linehan Deserted Sites on Dartmoor 97 171-178
1965 W. L. D. Ravenhill Benjamin Donn, 1729-1798: Map Maker and Master of Mechanics 97 179-193
1965 Miss H. H. Walker Some Medieval Demesne Boundaries in Torquay 97 194-211
1965 C. E. Welch Andrew Kinsman’s Churches at Plymouth 97 212-236
1966 H. G. Hurrell The Changing Fauna of Devon (Presidential Address) 98 37-48
1966 N. W. Alcock A Devon Farm: Bury Barton, Lapford 98 105-131
1966 N. W. Alcock The Medieval Buildings of Bishop’s Clyst 98 132-153
1966 Miss Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon. Part VI 98 154-156
1966 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses: Part VI 98 157-167
1966 W. R. Dearman En échelon Folding in Knowle Quarry, Okehampton 98 168-172
1966 Dorothy A. Gardiner John Hawley of Dartmouth 98 173-205
1966 H. J. Hanham Ashburton as a Parliamentary Borough, 1640-1868 98 206-256
1966 T. J. Humphreys Holsworthy Museum: A note on its 30th anniversary 98 257-258
1966 A. H. Noble The Parish of Hawkchurch 98 259-261
1966 David H. Pill The Administration of the Diocese of Exeter under Bishop Veysey 98 262-278
1966 E. Clive Rouse Wall Paintings in Bratton Clovelly Church 98 279-281
1966 A. D. Selleck Plymouth Friends: A Quaker History 98 282-326
1966 E. T. Vachell Exeter Castle: Its Background, Origin and History 98 327-348
1966 Miss Hilda H. Walker The Later Growth of Shiphay Collaton. Torquay 98 349-369
1966 C. E. Welch The Iron Bridge at Plymouth 98 370-385
1966 H. J. Yallop Sir William de Brian 98 386-397
1967 Rt. Rev. W. A. E. Westall, The Bishop of Crediton Railways in Devon (Presidential Address) 99 31-36
1967 Jonathan Lomas The Old Doors and Doorways of Barnstaple 99 37-48
1967 Hilda H. Walker and Antony J. Sutcliffe James Lyon Widger, 1823-1892, and the Torbryan Caves 99 49-110
1967 H. J. Hanham The Suppression of the Chantries in Ashburton 99 111-138
1967 H. J. Hanham The Seyntcleres of Tidwell: the Rise and Fall of a Budleigh Family 99 139-146
1967 Joyce Youings King James’s Charter to Tiverton, 1615 99 147-164
1967 J. E. Kew Mortgages in Mid Tudor Devonshire 99 165-180
1967 Edwin Welch Dissenters’ Meeting Houses in Plymouth, 1852-1939 99 181-212
1967 A. D. Selleck Plymouth Friends: a Quaker History. Part II 99 213-262
1967 G. W. Copeland Devonshire Church Houses. Part VII 99 263-266
1967 G. W. Copeland More About Devon Dovecotes 99 267-272
1967 W. R. Dearman Structural Patterns in the Upper Carboniferous Rocks at Welcombe Mouth, North Devon 99 273-286
1967 Hilda H. Walker Livermead Harbour, Torquay 99 287-288
1968 A. P. G. Michelmore Learning From Life (Presidential Address) 100 1-12
1968 N. W. Alcock Devon Farm Houses: Part I 100 13-28
1968 Paul Corbould The Monumental Brasses of Devon 100 29-44
1968 David H. Pill Exeter diocesan courts in the early sixteenth century 100 45-54
1968 R. L. Taverner The Administrative Work of the Devon Justices in the 17th Century 100 55-84
1968 D. Brunsden Ashburton Valley – An Example of the Study of River Capture 100 85-100
1968 A. H. Slee Braunton Marshes 100 101-110
1968 Edwin Welch Cann Quarry Canal and Railway 100 111-124
1968 Hilda H. Walker The Causeway Near Torre Abbey in South Devon 100 125-142
1968 Hilda H. Walker Occombe in the Parish of Marldon, Devon: an historical survey 100 143-160
1968 Rev. John Wall Christian Evidences in Roman South-West Britain 100 161-178
1968 A. W. Everett and Rev. V. Hope The Re-building of Exeter Cathedral, c.1270-1360 100 179-190
1968 Rev. J. G. M. Scott Casting a Bell for Exeter Cathedral, 1372 100 191-204
1968 John Roberts Younger Sir John Gilbert (c.1575-1608) 100 205-218
1968 John G. Beckerlegge Charles II’s Visits to Plymouth 100 219-226
1968 Arthur H. Noble The Parish Registers of Chardstock, Devon 100 227-230
1968 Grace Bradbeer Evacuation of the South Hams 100 231-246
1968 K. J. Gregory and D. E. Walling Instrumented Catchments in south-east Devon 100 247-262
1968 A. D. Horrill Canopy throughfall composition in two areas of Devonshire oak-woodland 100 263-276
1968 Elizabeth Gawne and J. V. Somers Cocks Parallel Reaves on Dartmoor 100 277-292
1968 Isabel Arkle, T. Spenser and Jonathan Lomas Pilton Long Stone Excavation, 1967 100 293-305
1969 J. Caldwell Work of a Department of Botany (of Exeter University) (Presidential Address) 101 1-16
1969 Elsa Godfrey Notes on Dawlish Parish and Its Churchwardens’ Accounts 101 17-44
1969 Rev. H. R. Evans Harpford 101 45-82
1969 N. W. Alcock Devonshire Farmhouses: Part II: Some Dartmoor Houses 101 83-106
1969 H. Stevenson Balfour An Armoury of Georgeham Church 101 107-114
1969 John C. de V. Roberts Sir Walter Ralegh: in Life and Letters 101 115-124
1969 W. B. Stephens The Foreign Trade of Plymouth and the Cornish Ports in the Early 17th Century 101 125-138
1969 Amos C. Miller Lady Howard and Sir Richard Grenville 101 139-160
1969 J. S. Taylor Poverty in a West Devon Parish (Bradford) in the Last Years of the Old Poor Law 101 161-182
1969 J. D. A. Widdowson A Survey of Current Folklore in Newfoundland with Special reference to the English West Country 101 183-196
1969 Thomas A. P. Greeves A Mine in Deancombe Valley (Sheepstor) 101 197-202
1969 Beryl M. Jenkin Some Notes on the Submerged Forest at Westward Ho!, North Devon 101 203-206
1969 D. J. C. Laming A Guide to the Permo-Triassic Rocks of Tor Bay, Petitor and Shaldon 101 207-218

1970s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1970 Stuart Hibberd Forty Years of Broadcasting (Presidential Address) 102 1-18
1970 S. M. Pearce Late Roman Coinage in South West Britain 102 19-34
1970 H. S. A. Fox Boundary of Uplyme 102 35-48
1970 E. Gawne Field Patterns in Widecombe Parish and the Forest of Dartmoor 102 49-70
1970 J. Roberts The Armada Lord Lieutenant: His Family and Career: Part I 102 71-86
1970 A. M. Miller Lady Howard and Her Children 102 87-104
1970 H. Stevenson Balfour The Wreck of HMS Weazle 102 105-120
1970 R. D. F. Bromley Nineteenth Century Economic and Population Change at Chulmleigh 102 121-140
1970 N. W. Alcock An East Devon Manor in the Later Middle Ages (Bishop’s Clyst) 102 141-188
1970 A. H. Noble The Register of the Parish of Colyton, Devon 102 189-192
1970 D. G. Hewett The Effects of the Cold Winter of 1962/63 on Juncus acutus at Braunton Burrows 102 193-202
1970 B. Drew Wood A Nottingham Plaque in a Devon Church (St Peter Tavy) 102 203-204
1971 G. Wilson Knight John Ford: Dramatist of the Heart (Presidential Address) 103 1-18
1971 H. P. R. Finberg Ayshford and Boehill 103 19-24
1971 N. W. Alcock The Clystwicon Charter (Clyst St Mary) 103 25-34
1971 S. R. Jones Devonshire Farmhouses: Part III: Moorland and non-moorland long-houses 103 35-76
1971 M. Laithwaite Middle Moor, Sowton: a re-assessment 103 77-84
1971 S. E. Thomas The Barnstaple Pewterers 103 85-102
1971 J. Roberts The Armada Lord Lieutenant: His Family and Career: Part II 103 103-122
1971 J. J. Beckerlegge Egg Buckland in 1850 103 123-132
1971 A. Grant Some Barnstaple Sailing Ships of the Mid 19th Century 103 133-146
1971 D. E. Walling Sediment Dynamics of Small Instrumented Catchments in South East Devon 103 147-166
1971 V. Gardiner A Drainage Density Map of Dartmoor 103 167-180
1971 M. Harries An Analysis of Some of the Ecological Characteristics of an Upland Oakwood 103 181-196
1971 T. A. P. Greeves A Tinners’ Mill in Walkhampton Parish 103 197-199
1972 Hon. Margaret Lambert Pursuit of Documents (Presidential Address) 104 1-14
1972 D. W. Blake Bishop William Warelast 104 15-34
1972 N. W. Alcock Devonshire Farmhouses: Part IV: Some Medieval Houses in East and North Devon 104 35-56
1972 A. M. Jackson Medieval Exeter: the Exe and the Earldom of Devon 104 57-80
1972 H. S. A. Fox Field Systems of East and South Devon 104 81-136
1972 John Roberts Reflections on Elizabethan Barnstaple: Politics and Society 104 137-148
1972 Amos C. Miller Impact of the Civil War on Devon and the Decline of the Royalist Cause in the West of England 1644-5 104 149-174
1972 John Caldwell Dean Clarke’s Hospital: Notes on the History 1741-1948 104 175-192
1973 Lord Foot Royal Commission on the Constitution (Presidential Address) 105 1-16
1973 James Barber No.4 Vauxhall Street, Plymouth: A seventeenth century merchant’s house of “gallery and back block” Type 105 17-36
1973 James Barber No. 33 St. Andrew’s Street, Plymouth: A record during restoration 105 37-58
1973 Jennifer Barber New Light on the Plymouth Friaries 105 59-74
1973 Jennifer Barber Yogge’s House or Prysten House? (Plymouth) 105 75-86
1973 D. G. Price Ancient Fields on Shaugh Moor 105 87-94
1973 Susan M. Pearce Dating of some Celtic dedications and hagiographical traditions in South West Britain 105 95-120
1973 Bristow M. Dougall Observations on the Composition of Air and Precipitation at Seale-Hayne College, Newton Abbot 105 121-130
1973 Hon. Michael J. Lambert Roads to the Roman Camp at North Tawton 105 141-190
1974 Sir Richard Acland Six Generations of Change (Acland Family) (Presidential Address) 106 1-16
1974 Anne Welsford Mr Newte’s Library in St Peter’s Church, Tiverton 106 17-32
1974 W. P. Authers Notes from the Nineteenth Century Records of Tiverton Congregational Church 106 33-46
1974 D. W. Blake Bishop Leofric 106 47-58
1974 Christopher J. Schmitz The Early Growth of the Devon Barytes Industry, 1835-1875 106 59-76
1974 Brian Cant Aspects of Valley-floor Development in the Upper Exe Basin 106 77-94
1974 Amber Patrick The Growth and Decline of Morewellham 106 95-118
1974 Jonathan Lomas Restoration of Higher Hareston Manor, Brixton (1972-1973) 106 119-140
1974 V. Gardiner Land Form and Land Classification in North West Devon 106 141-154
1974 Ronald E. Wilson Tudor and Merton Cottages, Sidmouth 106 155-160
1974 R. M. L. Cook Eylesbarrow (1814-1852): A Study of a Dartmoor Tin Mine 106 161-214
1974 E. H. D. Williams Poltimore Farmhouse, Farway 106 215-230
1974 R. Gwyn Thomas The “Unknown” Devon County Poll Book 106 231-258
1975 Sir Charles Cave Bishop W. H. Coleridge, DD, 1789-1849 (Presidential Address) 107 1-10
1975 Anne Welsford Mr Newte’s Library in St Peter’s Church, Tiverton, Part II. John Newte (b. 1656, d. 1716) 107 11-20
1975 F. J. M. Laver Note on The Origins of the Sid Vale Association 107 21-24
1975 Chris C. Park Stream Channel Morphology in Mid Devon 107 25-42
1975 Theo Brown Holy and Notable Wells of Devon, Part VIII 107 43-46
1975 Roger Thorne The Last Bible Christians. Their Church in Devon in 1907 107 47-76
1975 R. P. Troake and D. E. Walling Some Observations on Stream Nitrate Levels and Fertiliser Application at Slapton, South Devon 107 77-90
1975 Elaine Bishop The Church House, Dartington 107 91-92
1975 N. W. Alcock Fields and Farms in an East Devon Parish 107 93-172
1976 Sir Denis Stucley Devon parish lost: a new home discovered (parish of Affeton or West Worlington) (Presidential Address) 108 1-14
1976 C. J. Collinge Charles Kingsley in Bideford 108 15-30
1976 John Thomas Some Notes on the Administration of Lundy by Sir John Borlase Warren 108 31-36
1976 Margaret Parkinson A tentative historical ecology of part of the Taw Estuary, Braunton Marsh (sensu lato) 108 37-60
1976 Dorothy Wright Lobster and Crab-pots in the South Hams 108 61-68
1976 Norman Annett North Molton: The Pre-Census Population 108 69-126
1976 B. Webb Solute Concentrations in the Baseflow of Some Devon Streams 108 127-146
1976 D. G. Price and Heather M. Tinsley On the Significance of Soil Profiles at Trowlesworthy Warren and Wigford Down 108 147-158
1976 Audrey M. Erskine Bishop Briwere and the Reorganisation of the Chapter of Exeter Cathedral 108 159-171
1977 Colonel the Lord Clifford of Chudleigh The History of the Volunteer Movement in the County of Devon (Presidential Address) 109 1-14
1977 Ian Burrow Town Defences of Exeter 109 15-40
1977 D. G. Price Site and Settlement at Trowlesworthy Warren 109 41-50
1977 John Kafensky Railway Competition and Turnpike Roads in East Devon 109 59-72
1977 Neville C. Oswald Epidemics in Devon, 1538-1837 109 73-116
1977 Christopher J. Schmitz The Development and Decline of the Devon Barytes Industry, 1875-1958 109 117-134
1977 John Dearing Gorse, Man and Landuse Change on Dartmoor: A Preliminary Investigation 109 135-152
1977 Nicholas Orme The Kalendar Brethren of the City of Exeter 109 153-170
1977 V. Gardiner, M. H. Matthews and K. S. Richards Scenic Qualities of the South-east Devon Coast 109 171-178
1977 E. N. Masson Phillips Archaeological Notes (south Devon Norman Tympana; pebble-scrapers, etc.) 109 179-182
1977 K. J. George Seiching in the Port of Plymouth 109 183-194
1978 W. G. Hoskins The Development of the Small House (Presidential Address) 110 1-8
1978 C. E. Hicks Nineteenth Century Nonconformity in Tavistock 110 9-18
1978 P. V. Denham The Duke of Bedford’s Tavistock estate, 1820-1838 110 19-52
1978 Neville C. Oswald Thurlestone Families 110 53-68
1978 D. G. Price Settlement and Ancient Fields on Wigford Down 110 69-76
1978 K. E. Beer Mineralisation in the Teign Valley 110 77-80
1978 T. J. Browne An Analysis of Low Stream-flow Recession Curves in Devon 110 81-94
1978 J. M. Edmonds Patronage and privilege in Education: A Devon Boy Goes to School, 1798 110 95-112
1978 John Thomas A History of Lundy from 1390 to 1775 110 113-154
1978 Valerie Belsey Henry Williamson – Nature and Devon 110 155-160
1978 T. A. P. Greeves Wheal Cumpston Tin Mine, Holne, Devon 110 161-172
1978 Irene Thornley Aspects of nineteenth century Exbourne 110 173-198
1979 G. Malcolm Spooner A Glimpse of the Devon Environment (Presidential Address) 111 1-12
1979 Revd. M. G. Smith Bishop Trelawney and the Office of Rural Dean 111 13-30
1979 Basil Gomez Bedload Discharge in a Small Devon Stream 111 31-48
1979 J. D. Osborne Stephen Reynolds 111 49-58
1979 Brian Le Messurier Post-Prehistoric Structures of Central North Dartmoor 111 59-74
1979 Nicholas Orme The Dissolution of the Chantries in Devon, 1546-8 111 75-124
1979 D. G. Price Moorland Plym: A Reassessment 111 125-138
1979 E. N. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon 111 139-144
1979 Stephen P. Pistono Henry IV and John Hawley, Privateer, 1399-1408 111 145-164
1979 R. Hansford Worth Church Geology 111 165-170

1980s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1980 Sir Eric Smith Some early nineteenth-century Devonshire naturalists: people, animals and the giving of names (Presidential Address) 112 1-16
1980 Margaret Parkinson Salt Marches of the Exe Estuary 112 17-42
1980 M. C. F. Proctor, G. M. Spooner and Molly F. Spooner Changes in Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor: photographic and other evidence 112 43-80
1980 D. G. Price The Moorland Plym – abandoned settlement features of post-prehistoric age 112 81-94
1980 Joyce Youings Drake, Grenville and Buckland Abbey 112 95-100
1980 J. A. H. Wylie and I. J. Linn Observations upon the distribution and spread of the English sweating sickness (Sullor Anglicus) in Devon in 1551 112 101-116
1980 Neville C. Oswald Baker, Battie and Huxham. Three 18th Century Physicians from the South Hams 112 117-126
1980 C. Hulland Devonshire Farmhouses. Part V. Some Medieval Houses in north and mid-Devon 112 127-160
1980 Hazel Eardley-Wilmot Kinsford Barrow, Exmoor 112 161-174
1980 Barrie Evans William Stephens of Exeter (1784-1840), Coachmaster 112 175-184
1980 Mark Brayshay Government Assisted Emigration from Plymouth in the nineteenth century 112 185-214
1981 Professor Frank Barlow Hunting in the Middle Ages (Presidential Address) 113 1-12
1981 G. E. Petts Habitat Changes below Dartmoor Reservoirs 113 13-28
1981 Helen Harris Nineteenth Century Granite Working on Pew Tor and Staple Tor, Western Dartmoor 113 29-52
1981 D. G. Price A Settlement Site on Harford Moor 113 53-58
1981 Lynette M. Costello The Bradford Pool Case 113 59-78
1981 Nicholas Orme Medieval Clergy of Exeter Cathedral. I. The Vicars and Annuellars 113 79-102
1981 James Barber Sir Francis Drake’s Investment in Plymouth Property 113 103-108
1981 F. J. M. Laver An Analysis of “Sidmouth Shingle” 113 109-132
1982 Ian Mercer Conservation of Dartmoor Proper in the 1980s (Presidential Address) 114 1-15
1981 E. N. Masson Phillips Archaeological Notes II (Mesolithic flints) 113 147-164
1981 E. D. Irvine A Century of Voluntary Service: The Exeter Diocesan Association for the Care of Girls (St Olave’s Trust) 113 133-146
1982 D. G. Price Reports on an Investigation of Prehistoric Settlements on South West Dartmoor 114 17-29
1982 Margaret R. Wright New British Record for Alona Elegans Kurz 114 31-35
1982 Neville C. Oswald A review of Medical Care in the South Hams over the Centuries 114 37-56
1982 E. N. Masson Phillips Archaeological Notes III (excavation of Bronze Age house, Scad Brook, Ugborough) 114 57-62
1982 D. W. Blake Osbern, Bishop of Exeter 1072-1103 114 63-69
1982 D. W. Blake The Bishops of Exeter 114 71-78
1982 J. A. Vage The Records of the Bishop of Exeter’s Consistory Court 114 79-98
1982 John R. Wolffe Bishop Henry Phillpots and the Administration of the Diocese of Exeter 1830-1869 114 99-113
1982 Mark Brayshay The Duke of Bedford’s Model Cottages in Tavistock, 1840-1870 114 115-131
1982 Cynthia Gaskell Brown The Archaeology of New Quay, Devon 114 133-168
1982 D. J. Dixon The Plymouth and District Branch of the Devonshire Association, 1932-1982 114 169-177
1983 Crispin Gill Some Diaries and Memoirs of Plymouth in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (Presidential Address) 115 1-17
1983 Neville C. Oswald Devon and the Cod Fishery of Newfoundland 115 19-36
1983 Crispin Gill Sir Humphrey Gilbert 115 37-49
1983 B. W. Webb Factors Influencing Spatial Variation of Background Solute Levels in a Devon River System 115 51-69
1983 L. N. Harwood Observations made Regarding Cliff Erosion at Hollicombe Head, Torbay 115 71-78
1983 Nicholas Orme The Medieval Clergy of Exeter Cathedral 115 79-100
1983 Ian Payne The Vicars Choral of Exeter Cathedral: A Disciplinary Study c.1540 – c.1640 115 101-122
1983 M. J. Swanton Some Exeter Cathedral Documents 115 123-131
1983 C. W. S. Hartley Sir Charles Hartley and the Improvement of Sutton Harbour in the 1840s 115 133-162
1984 Basil Greenhill Towards a New Maritime History of Devon (Presidential Address) 116 1-12
1984 R. J. Silvester and I. J. Richardson Manor of Cadeleigh near Tiverton 116 13-27
1984 Charles Hulland Devonshire Farmhouses Part VI: More Medieval Houses in North and Mid-Devon 116 29-61
1984 J. H. Porter The Incidence of Industrial Conflict in Devon 1860-1900 116 63-75
1984 R. A. Shakesby and N. Stephens The Pleistocene Gravels of the Axe Valley, Devon 116 77-88
1984 D. D. Giles and P. J. Strong The Blue Coat School, Tiverton 116 89-96
1984 John A. H. Wylies, I. J. Linn and Robert Phelps The Changing Face of the English Sweating Sickness in the Epidemic of August, 1551, A Shift towards Endemicity? 116 97-107
1984 Rev. M. G. Smith Cathedral Chapter of Exeter and the Election of 1705: A Reconsideration 116 109-126
1984 Valerie A. Maxfield Early Devonians? (Roman inscriptions) 116 127-133
1984 E. N. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon 116 135-153
1984 A. J. Southward and E. K. Roberts Marine Biological Association 1884 -1984 116 155-199
1985 The Revd Amos C. Cresswell The Whole: Mind, Body and Soul (Presidential Address) 117 1-17
1985 Margaret Parkinson Axe Estuary and its Marshes 117 19-62
1985 Revd William A. W. Jarvis Jane Austen and the Countess of Morley 117 63-67
1985 E. N. Masson Phillips The Boundary Stones of Plymouth 117 69-81
1985 F. J. M. Laver Beach Cusps at Sidmouth 117 83-99
1985 T. A. P. Greeves Steeperton Tor Tin Mine, Dartmoor, Devon 117 101-127
1985 D. G. Price Changing Perceptions of Prehistoric Tinning on Dartmoor 117 129-138
1985 Neville C. Oswald The Budds of North Tawton: A Medical Family of the 19th Century 117 139-150
1985 W. J. Forsythe Paupers and Policy Makers in Exeter 1830-1860 117 151-160
1985 Alison Grant The Huguenots of Devon 117 161-194
1985 Crispin Gill The Western Morning News, 1860-1985 117 195-226
1986 The Rt. Rev. Leo Smith Monasticism in an Age of Revolution (Presidential Address) 118 1-12
1986 E. N. Masson Phillips The Bounds of the Borough of Totnes 118 13-24
1986 Nicholas Orme Sir John Speke and his Chapel in Exeter Cathedral 118 25-41
1986 R. C. M. Bass Poor Relief in Chudleigh in the Early-Eighteenth Century 118 43-61
1986 J. H. Porter Cockfighting in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: from Popularity to Suppression 118 63-71
1986 A. P. G. Michelmore Two Poems 118 73-84
1986 D. G. Price Site and Settlement on Throwleigh Common 118 85-92
1986 Myrtle Langham The Heaven Family of Lundy 1836-1916 118 93-121
1986 P. Christie Bideford’s First Policeman 118 123-140
1986 Giles Grenville Shaw The Oxford Movement and Ritualist Reform in the Devon Parish of Woodbury 118 141-153
1986 R. S. Rendle The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths of Plymouth, Devon, Circa 1600 to 1800 118 155-225
1987 B. Moore On Intestinal fever – 125 Years On (Presidential Address) 119 1-15
1987 S. C. Timms Progress of the Devonshire Association 1962-1987: 125 Not Out 119 17-33
1987 Rev. M. G. Smith The Bishop’s Dilemma! An Incident in the Parliamentary History of Eighteenth Century Exeter 119 35-46
1987 Rev. William A. W. Jarvis Jane Austen and the Countess of Morley – An Apology 119 47-51
1987 T. G. Holt George Oliver, Antiquary, from his letters 119 53-65
1987 Henry Summerson Crime and Society in Thirteenth Century Devon 119 67-84
1987 Greg Finch Devon’s Farm Labourers in the Victorian Period: The Impact of Economic Changes 119 85-100
1987 Neville C. Oswald Life in Thurlestone in the Past Hundred Years 119 101-115
1987 Andrew Fleming Prehistoric Tin Extraction on Dartmoor: A Cautionary Note 119 117-122
1987 C. J. Caseldine, D. J. Maguire and S. B. Butler The Vegetation of Dartmoor during the Loch Lomond Stadial 119 123-134
1987 P. A. Madgett and E. A. Inglis Re-appraisal of the Erratic Suite of the Saunton and Croyde Areas, North Devon 119 135-144
1987 T. A. P. Greeves The Great Courts or Parliaments of Devon Tinners 1474-1786 119 145-167
1987 Mark Brayshay Plymouth’s Coastal Defences in the Year of the Spanish Armada 119 169-196
1987 B. W. Webb The Relationship between Air and Water Temperatures for a Devon River 119 197-222
1987 P. Newman The Moorland Meavy – A Tinners’ Landscape 119 223-240
1987 E. N. Masson Phillips Supplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon (Eighth Paper) 119 241-250
1988 The Rt Hon. The Earl of Morley Devon Lieutenancy – Past and Present (Presidential Address) 120 1-14
1988 Nicholas Orme Indulgences in the Diocese of Exeter 1100-1536 120 15-32
1988 B. W. Webb Influence of Wimbleball Lake on River Water Temperatures 120 45-65
1988 Anne Born Variations of Light: The Prose and Poetry of Frances Bellerby 120 67-79
1988 Vera Gray Bickleigh Mill on the River Meavy 120 81-86
1988 L. J. Margetts Dandelions of Devon: An Introductory Check-list 120 87-90
1988 D. G. Price Prehistoric Tin Extraction on Dartmoor: A Reply to Audrey Fleming 120 91-95
1988 Neville C. Oswald Life in the South Hams in World War II 120 97-113
1988 E. M. Durrance Heat and Hydrothermal Circulation in Devon 120 115-143
1988 A. Couatarmanac’h and I. J. Linn Two Fleas (Siphonoptera) New to the Lundy List: Were there once Wood Mice Apodemus sylvaticus on the Island? 120 145-153
1988 Mark Brooks, Jeff Cherrington and Michael Proctor The Distribution of Plant Species and Vegetation on the Saltmarsh in the Otter Estuary at Budleigh Salterton 120 155-176
1988 Helen Harris Sourton Tors Iceworks, North-west Dartmoor, 1874-86 120 177-200
1989 Joyce Youings Tudor Barnstaple: New Life for an Ancient Borough (Presidential Address) 121 1-14
1989 F. J. M. Laver Regional Variations in Our ‘Demshur’ Mouthspaich 121 15-35
1989 Anne Born Tin 121 37-41
1989 L. J. Margetts Devon Brambles – A Review and Check-list 121 43-51
1989 N. Orme The History of Brampford Speke 121 53-86
1989 F. J. M. Laver The Dartmoor Books of Beatrice Chase 121 87-108
1989 H. J. Yallop Honiton and William, Prince of Orange 121 109-127
1989 M. Proctor Notes on Mire Vegetation on Dartmoor 121 129-151
1989 R. A. Higham A Knight to Remember: The Building Enterprises of Hugh Courtney (1276-1340) 121 153-158
1989 T. Gray Turkish Piracy and Early Stuart Devon 121 159-171
1989 N. C. Oswald Some Devon Postmarks 121 173-193
1989 J. H. Porter The Decline of the Devonshire Wrestling Style 121 195-208

1990s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
1990 F. J. M. Laver Science and the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address) 122 1-16
1990 J. D. G. Edmund Evacuation to Devon in the Second Half of 1939 122 17-24
1990 William T. Gibson Wellington, the Whigs and the Exeter Vacancy of 1830 122 41-46
1990 M. C. Lowe The Turnpike Trusts in Devon and Their Roads, 1753-1889 122 47-70
1990 Vera Gray The Leat on Roborough Down and an Early 17th Century Tinners’ Dispute 122 71-82
1990 Anne Born This Extraordinary Man: John Wolcot: Peter Pindar (1738-1819) 122 83-102
1990 Barbara Benfield Devon Lichen Records 122 103-120
1990 H. J. Yallop The Decoration of Honiton Lace Bobbins 122 121-132
1990 John R. Breihan Army Barracks in Devon during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 122 133-158
1990 Simon Timms Flooding Red Spider Country – The Making of Roadford Reservoir 122 159-178
1990 Mark Beeson Some Dartmoor Writers 122 179-192
1990 Della Hooke Studies on Devon Charter Boundaries 122 193-211
1991 Miss M. E. Lorenz Achievements and Quality in Education (Presidential Address) 123 1-14
1991 Ivor H. Smart The many ancient Guildhalls of Dartmouth 123 15-40
1991 Ian Palfrey The Royalist war effort re-visited: Edward Semour and the Royalist garrison at Dartmouth, 1643-1644 123 41-56
1991 T. R. Slater Controlling the South Hams: the Anglo-Saxon Burh at Halwell 123 57-78
1991 M. Brayshay Royal post-horse routes in South West England in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I 123 79-104
1991 Bruce R. Peeke Some Aspects of the Parish of Cornworthy in the first half of the nineteenth century 123 105-128
1991 A. P. G. Michelmore Seven True Buggy Tales 123 129-136
1991 Mrs Hilary Marshall Recent Otter Records in Devon 123 137-148
1991 David Puglsey Sham Insurance Companies: Dickens, Thackeray and the West Middlesex Company in Devon 123 149-168
1991 M. A. Simkins and R. J. J. Simkins Lord Hambleden and Moretonhampstead 123 167-188
1991 H. J. Yallop The Lacemaker’s Globe 123 189-194
1991 Ian R. Christie The Family Circle of George Templer (c.1755-1819), MP for Honiton, 1790-1796 123 195-202
1991 Peter H. Newton Blagdon Cider Barn, Paignton 123 203-212
1991 Anne Born Limestone, Limekilns and the Limeburning Industry north and west of Dartmoor 123 213-240
1992 Sir John Quicke Can We Re-establish a Sustainable Agriculture? (Presidential Address) 124 1-14
1992 William B. Harris Lynmouth Flood 40 Years On 124 15-40
1992 David N. Lepine The Courtenays and Exeter Cathedral in the Later Middle Ages 124 41-58
1992 Peter Christie The True Story of the North Devon Savages 124 59-86
1992 M. C. Lowe Toll Houses of the Exeter Turnpike Trust 124 87-100
1992 Anne Born The Quarry – A Poem Sequence 124 101-106
1992 Nicholas Orme Bishop Grandisson and Popular Religion 124 107-118
1992 Mark Beeson Elfrida 124 119-134
1992 Cyril E. Channon and Margaret L. Channon Evacuation to Teignmouth 1939-1945 124 135-152
1992 Allan J. Bissett J. C. Moore-Stevens and the Glovers of Great Torrington 124 153-166
1992 Miss H. E. Gawne Sweaton Farmhouse 124 167-174
1992 D. L. B. Thomas The Chronology of Devon’s bridges 124 175-206
1992 David K. Brown William Froude and “The Way of a Ship in the Sea” 124 207-231
1993 Sir Jack Boles 100 Years of The National Trust (Presidential Address) 125 1-14
1993 Anne Born Stephen Reynolds, Sidmouth’s Adopted Son 125 15-30
1993 H. J. Yallop Rousdon: a Victorian Enterprise 125 31-48
1993 T. J. Wallace and P. D. Orton Some Agarics and Boletes of East Devon 125 49-70
1993 R. F. G. Stanes Devonshire Batts. The Whetstone Mining Industry and Community of Blackborough, in the Blackdown Hills 125 71-112
1993 William Ravenhill The Honourable Robert Edward Clifford: a Devon Map Collector and Military Cartographer 125 113-126
1993 Mark Beeson and Tom Greeves Image of Dartmoor 125 127-154
1993 M. J. F. Fowler The Standing Stones of Exmoor: A Provisional Catalogue of 86 North Devon Sites 125 155-178
1993 Elizabeth Gawne The Boundary of Hound Tor Manor 125 179-186
1993 Jean Fernee Ralegh: Through the Voice of Bess Throckmorton His Wife 125 187-190
1993 Ivor H. Smart Development of Dartmouth Millpond to 1846 125 191-224
1994 R. C. Scrivener Aspects of Devon Geology from Pengelly to the Present Day (Presidential Address) 126 1-16
1994 Margherita Rendel Women in Torquay in the First Half of the Nineteenth century 126 17-40
1994 Anne Born William Pengelly and His Circle 126 41-56
1994 A. P. G. Michelmore and M. C. F. Proctor The Hedges of Farley Farm, Chudleigh 126 57-84
1994 Rosemary Wurtzburg Sub-letting of Smallholdings on a Devon Estate, 1788-1834 (Bradninch) 126 85-106
1994 Nicholas Orme The Clergy of Clyst Gabriel, Devon,1312-1508 126 107-122
1994 Margaret Parkinson A Parish Wildlife Centenary, 1894-1994 (Woodbury) 126 123-144
1994 F. J. M. Laver William Kingdon Clifford, F.R.S., 1845-1879 126 145-166
1994 Edwin S. Haydon Employment Patterns in East Devon Parishes in the Nineteenth Century 126 167-180
1994 Ann Sheridan Zachary Mayne, 1631-1649 126 181-198
1994 Philip Newman Tinners and Tenants on South-West Dartmoor: A Case Study in Landscape History 126 199-238
1994 Peter Newton Ivy Cottage, Sandford, Devon 126 239-246
1995 The Rt. Hon. The Lord Clinton The Clinton Barony (Presidential Address) 127 1-14
1995 Peter Christie A Short History of the Theatre in Bideford 127 15-28
1995 Jason Jones The Dialects of Devonshire and Gower: a Lexical Comparison 127 29-56
1995 Ronald Homer Exeter Pewterers from the Fourteenth Century to about 1750 127 57-80
1995 Stephen Roberts War and Society in Devon 1642-1646 127 81-96
1995 Penelope Walker and Robert Ogden Bee Boles and Other Beekeeping Structures in Devon 127 97-120
1995 Marjorie Bird Poor Law Settlement Examinations in Broadclyst – A Case Study 127 121-144
1995 Richard Bass Administering the Poor Law in Chulmleigh, c.1800 127 145-162
1995 M. C. Lowe The Exeter Turnpike Trust 1753-1884 127 163-188
1995 Crispin Gill A History of Beaumont House Plymouth 127 189-200
1995 Roger Thorne “Our Providential Way”: A Bibliography of the History of Dissent in Devon 127 201-246
1995 Anne Born Hillson – A Life 127 247-258
1995 W. B. Harris Hydro-Electricity in Devon: Past, Present and Future 127 259-286
1996 G. T. Boalch Some Aspects of the History of the Study of Marine Biology in Devon (Presidential Address) 128 1-16
1996 Mary Freeman and Jean Wans Tavistock Abbey: alternative interpretations 128 17-34
1996 Mark Beeson Ramsham: Thoughts on William Brown 128 35-50
1996 Sadru Bhanji The Nutts of Lympstone: Brothers in Piracy 128 51-64
1996 Todd Gray The Travels of Mrs Parry Price through Devon in 1805 128 65-90
1996 Elisabeth Stanbrook The Building of Princetown Church Dartmoor: A Unique Monument to French and American Prisoners of War 128 91-100
1996 William Collier Portrait of a Young Quaker: The Early Diary of John Collier 1790-1791 128 101-120
1996 Rosamund Reid The Architectural Work of George Wightwick in Plymouth and the County of Devon 128 121-138
1996 Peter Christie Folklore in North Devon 128 139-154
1996 Ronald F. Homer The Whiddon Tin Mine, Ashburton, 128 155-170
1996 Simon David Trezise Local Colour in the Devon Novels and Short Stories of Sabine Baring-Gould 128 171-196
1996 A. J. H. Jackson Managing Decline: The Economy of the Powderham Estate in Devon, 1870-1939 128 197-216
1996 Andrew Fleming A Stone Cross-shaft at Lower Aish Farm, Poundsgate 128 217-218
1997 Sir Hugh Stucley Hartland Abbey and Its Owners since the Dissolution (Presidential Address) 129 1-12
1997 Mary de la Mahotière Hannah Cowley (1743-1809), Tiverton’s Playwright and Pioneer Feminist 129 13-50
1997 Keith S. Gardiner and Myrtle Ternstrom The Giants Graves: A Nineteenth Century Discovery of Human Remains on the Island of Lundy 129 51-78
1997 N. R. R. Fisher Sir Peter Balle of Mamhead (1598-1680): a study in allegiance 129 79-108
1997 S. Bhanji Devon’s Last Duel of Honour and Its Aftermath 129 109-128
1997 Brad Scott The Rural Manor in South-West Devon in the Nineteenth Century (Maristow Estate Manors) 129 129-144
1997 D. L. B. Thomas Bridges on the Teign River 129 145-184
1997 Anne Born A Gunnera Year – Studies of the Gunnera Plantation in Overbecks Gardens, Salcombe 129 185-198
1997 Mark Brayshay and John Selwood Devon & Cornwall Group Settlement in Western Australia in the Interwar Years 129 199-248
1998 John Bosanko The Romans in East Devon (Presidential Address) 130 1-14
1998 Edwin Welch Lady Glenorchy’s Church at Exmouth 130 15-22
1998 S. Bhanji The Involvement Exeter and the Exe Estuary in Piracy 130 23-50
1998 Gill Selley A Murder Mystery in Eighteenth-Century Woodbury 130 51-64
1998 Myrtle Ternstrom The Ownership of Lundy by Sir Richard Grenville and his Descendants, 1577-1775 130 65-80
1998 Jeanette R. Lee John Charles Bucknill: Moral Therapist, Doctor, Scientist or Christian Humanist ? 130 81-94
1998 Alan John Killingback James Goldsworthy and the Exeter City Water Supply During 1832 the Cholera Epidemic 130 95-110
1998 M. C. Lowe Devon Local Carriers 130 111-136
1998 Mark Beeson History of Dartmoor Theatre Part One:1325-1660 130 137-178
1998 Anne Born The Novels of L. A. G. Strong 130 179-208
1998 Elizabeth Hazlehurst A Dubliner in Devon: Sean O’Casey (1880-1964) 130 209-228
1999 The Lady Margaret Fortescue Recollections of the Fortescue Family (Presidential Address) 131 1-10
1999 P. Vass Rediscovering Thomas Fowler (1777-1843) Mathematician and Inventor 131 11-26
1999 M. B. Hart The Cornubian Island 131 27-48
1999 A. Passmore Boveycombehedd, Chagford, Devon: An Archaeological Investigation of a Diachronic Landscape 131 49-70
1999 T. Greeves and A. Rowe Four Deserted Medieval Settlements on Buckland Down, West Devon 131 71-80
1999 J. M. James The Norman Benedictine Alien Priory of St George, Modbury, AD c.1135-1480 131 81-104
1999 B. Ransom Descent and Dispersion of the Manor of Ilsington 131 105-122
1999 S. Child Rackenford goes to Chancery: An outbreak of litigation in an Elizabethan rural parish 131 123-138
1999 M. Beeson A History of Dartmoor Theatre Part Two; 1661-1999 131 139-164
1999 S. Bhanji Limeburning in Exeter and Exe Estuary Parishes: A Documentary Study 131 165-198
1999 M. Rendel Torquay Households Headed by Women in 1851 131 199-220
1999 E. W. Luscombe Electricity in Plymouth: its origins and development 131 221-252
1999 A. Blaen A Form of Love: The Traditional Healing of Donald Hannaford, Devon Farmer 131 253-258
1999 J. E. Newton and C. Moulton A Hedge Survey in Exeter, 1998 131 259-266
1999 H. Bodey The Office at 7 Cathedral Close, Exeter 131 267-274

2000s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
2000 Rt Revd Richard Hawkins Church and Community in Devon (Presidential Address) 132 1-14
2000 Kylie Russell and Tony Stebbing The Impact of Climate Change in Devon 132 15-36
2000 S. J. Hawkins, A. J. Southward, G. T. Boalch, K. Boot and K. Hiscock Marine Biology in Devon: Past, Present and Future 132 37-60
2000 Clive Nicholas Minerals in Devon – Past, Present and Future 132 61-74
2000 Martin M. Turner The Agriculture and Forestry Sectors in Devon: Revolution and New Directions? 132 75-100
2000 M. C. H. Studden Energy and the Future: Can Devon be Self Sufficient? 132 101-116
2000 Simon Timms ‘Hoping For Entire Completeness?’: The Pursuit of Devon’s Past 132 117-160
2000 Mark Beeson Devon Literature: some Twentieth Century Devon Writing in Fiction and Poetry 132 161-180
2000 Sam Richards Devon Music in Time and Place 132 181-192
2000 Jenny Perry The Visionary Gleam: Contemporary Artists and the Devon Landscape 132 193-232
2000 E. W. Martin Rural Society in Devon in the Twentieth Century: The Fate of Rural Tradition 132 233-248
2000 Oz Osbourne Rural Communities & Decision Making: Local Politics in Twenty-first Century 132 249-274
2000 John Lane Devon Lost . . . Devon Gained 132 275-298
2001 His Grace the Duke of Somerset The Lord Protector and the Seymours of Berry Pomeroy (Presidential Address) 133 1-16
2001 A. Henry Silver and Salvation: A late-Fifteenth Century Confessor’s Itinerary Throughout the Parish of Bere Ferrers, Devon 133 17-96
2001 N. Orme The Last Medieval Abbot of Buckfast 133 97-108
2001 E. Laws The “Golden Age” of Powderham Castle’s Library 133 109-130
2001 A. Born Poems for Thomas Fowler 133 131-138
2001 S. Bhanji Jesuits and Humbugs – Religious Turmoil in Nineteenth Century Exeter 133 139-174
2001 R. D. McLain Aristrocratic Leadership in the Advancement of Secondary Education During the Mid-Victorian Period: The Earl of Devon, Earl Fortescue and Sir Stafford Northcote 133 175-190
2001 J. Wallace The Devon House of Mercy at Bovey Tracey 1863-1940 133 191-216
2001 A. N. Burgess A 100-Year Record of Rainfall at Teignmouth 1900-1999 133 217-226
2001 E. P. Mountford,, C. E. Backmeroff, and G. Peterken Long-term Patterns of Growth, Mortality, Regeneration and Natural Disturbance in Wistman’s Wood, A High-Altitude Oakwood on Dartmoor 133 227-262
2002 B. Williams The Western Morning News and the Present-day Farming Crisis (Presidential Address) 134 1-8
2002 J. Allan The Anglo-Saxon Mint at Lydford 134 9-32
2002 A. D. Fizzard Lay Benefactors of Plympton Priory in the Twelfth Century 134 33-56
2002 N. Orme Confession in a Fifteenth-Century Devon Parish 134 57-68
2002 A. Henry A Reply to Confession in a Fifteenth-Century Devon Parish [Bere Ferrers] 134 69-75
2002 N. Orme A Note on Professor Henry’s Reply 134 76
2002 B. Ransom The Owners of Ingsdon, Ilsington 134 77-88
2002 S. Bhanji The French Prisoner-of-War Hospital at Glasshouse, Countess Wear, Exeter (1746-8) 134 89-102
2002 J. A. S. Newman The Rent Book (1792-1826) of John Morris of South Molton 134 103-144
2002 M. Ternstrom Lundy’s Legal and Parochial Status 134 146-156
2002 R. C. M. Bass The East Window of Chulmleigh Church – the Hole Family and John Hardman & Co 134 157-174
2003 Eric Dancer Keepers of the Kingdom (Presidential Address) 135 1-8
2003 Tom Greeves Devon’s Earliest Tin Coinage Roll 1302-3 135 9-30
2003 Christopher Holdsworth Tavistock Abbey in its Late Tenth Century Context 135 31-58
2003 Mary Freeman The Stone Masks at Kilworthy, Tavistock 135 59-70
2003 Robin J. Burls Medieval “Severnside”: Devon and its Overseas Neighbours Before c.1360 135 71-98
2003 Bill Ransom The Manor of Bagtor, Ilsington 135 99-110
2003 Colin Wakeham Maristow Estate Farmhouses 1800-1913: A Chronological Development 135 111-172
2003 Phil Newman Druid Mine, Ashburton 135 173-218
2003 Brian George The Influence of Geography and Geology on the Design of Bridges during 1969-1972 for the A38 Expressway from Exeter to Plymouth 135 219-234
2003 Niall Finneran and Sam Turner An Archaeological History of the Landscape of Little Haldon, Teignmouth, South Devon 135 235-260
2003 J. B. Smith Cross-Gendered Tom-Cats? Some Peninsular Personal Pronouns Without Tears 135 261-282
2004 Ivan Roots Past Presidents and the Past (Presidential Address) 136 1-12
2004 S. Bhanji The Response in South Molton and the Rest of Devon to the End of the Crimean War 1856 136 13-36
2004 David N. Lepine “Getting and Spending”: the Accumulation and Dispersal of a Thirteenth-Century Clerical Fortune 136 37-70
2004 Audrey M. Baker Representations of Sibyls on Rood Screens in Devon 136 71-98
2004 Ian Mortimer Index of Medical Licentiates, Applicants, Referees and Examiners in the Diocese of Exeter 1568-1783 136 99-134
2004 Sarah Child Parish Apprentices in Rackenford 1728-1844 136 135-148
2004 Stephen Matthews “Your Dutiful Son” – The Newfoundland Letters of the Revd William Grey 136 149-164
2004 Andrew J. Jackson Investigating the Break-up of the Great Landed Estates of Devon: The Use of Commercial Directories 1883-1939 136 165-174
2004 George A. Wilkins Astronomy in Devon: Past and Present 136 175-196
2004 Brian Cobley Some Changes Affecting “Public Houses” in Exeter in the Twentieth Century 136 197-224
2004 Becky Newell “Much different to what it is today” – A Review of the Dartmoor National Park Authority’s “Moor Memories” Oral History Project 136 225-242
2005 Malcolm Hart Conversation with the Earth: A Personal View (Presidential Address) 137 1-36
2005 Malcolm Todd The Early Ports of South-west Britain (Public Lecture) 137 37-52
2005 Richard Edmonds The Jurassic Coast 137 53-64
2005 E. S. Gosling Seaton: The War Years 137 65-76
2005 Gerald T. Boalch Some Observations on the Fishing Industry at Beer 137 77-88
2005 Paul Luscombe Charters, place names and Anglo-Saxon settlement in south Devon 137 89-138
2005 Robin Burls The Courtenays and the Re-establishment of the Earldom of Devon in the fourteenth century 137 139-170
2005 James Muirden Why Don’t Devon Churches Face East? 137 171-192
2005 Myrtle Ternstrom Granite: A Failed Enterprise on Lundy, 1864-1868 137 193-220
2005 Stephen Manning Newspapers in Devon: The size and structure of the industry in 1879 137 221-244
2005 Edward Luscombe The Devonport Royal Dockyard School: Apprentice Education, 1844-1971 137 245-270
2005 Bruce Peeke The Central Administration of the Devonshire Association, 1862-2005 137 271-282
2005 Robin Wootton The Research Activities of the Devonshire Association’s Entomology Section and its Members 137 283-288
2006 Anthony Gibson An ill wind . . . The impact of the 2001 outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in Devon (Presidential Address) 138 1-24
2006 Roland Gehrels Sea-level rise and coastal subsidence in Southwest England (Public Lecture) 138 25-42
2006 Nigel Mortimer Conservation and management of the Salcombe-Kingsbridge Estuary: a personal view 138 43-62
2006 Ann Born Literary links with Salcombe [Alfred Lord Tennyson and John Masefield] 138 63-92
2006 Richard Yarwood Devon livestock breeds: A geographical perspective 138 93-130
2006 Helen Harris Caring for the County 138 131-150
2006 Malcolm R. Upham Brightley Abbey 138 151-164
2006 Sean Day-Lewis Cecil Day-Lewis: His Devon years 138 165-184
2006 Mike Barr Building with stone in East Devon and adjacent parts of Dorset and Somerset 138 185-224
2006 Stephen Manning The role of Plymouth in foreign news reporting – the Anglo-Zulu war: A case study 138 225-240
2006 Sadru Bhanji Exeter, New Hampshire: a brief history of her early days and a comparison with Exeter, Devon, during the middle years of the nineteenth century 138 241-270
2006 Robert M. H. Hodgson A History of the Botany Section of The Devonshire Association 138 271-286
2007 Justin Leigh The History of the BBC in Devon and Local Broadcasting as Part of the BBC’s Worldwide Role (Presidential Address) 139 1-16
2007 Rev’d James Bates The Development of Ilfracombe as a Seaside Resort (Public Lecture) 139 17-40
2007 Myrtle Ternstrom The De Marisco Family of Lundy 139 41-68
2007 Helen P. Fry Jews in North Devon during World War II 139 69-90
2007 Peter Christie The Reverend Jerome Clapp in Appledore, 1840-1855 139 91-116
2007 Shirley Toulson Samuel Palmer in Devon: Assessing the importance of the artist’s visits to the county, 1832-1859 139 117-132
2007 R. J. Cleevely Discovery of the Barnstaple Zeolite: A minor Geological Controversy in the early 1800s 139 133-167
2007 Sophia Lambert Mobility and Persistence of Families in Cheriton Bishop [1332-1821] 139 169-197
2007 Rev’d John Hunwicke Status and Display in early Tudor Devon [Lifton and Kelly churches] 139 199-237
2007 David Cook The Gould monuments at Lewtrenchard 139 239-277
2007 Peter Christie The Painful Birth of the Torrington Cemetery [1854-1859] 139 279-292
2007 Mary Jack Ancient Forests of the South Devon Coast: 8,000 years of changing vegetation determined by pollen analysis 139 293-331
2008 Anthony Beard Farming Over the Years (Presidential Address) 140 1-14
2008 Tom Greeves Tinners and Tinworks of the Bovey Tracy area (Public Lecture) 140 15-43
2008 Martin Ebdon The Landscape around Chulmleigh in 1711: A Reconstructed Map 140 45-89
2008 M. R. Ravenhill and M. M. Rowe “One of the most profitable and genteel professions”: the lives and work of three eighteenth-century Devon Surveyors, William Hole, Robert Ballment and Alexander Law 140 91-110
2008 Margherita Rendel The Campaign in Devon for Women’s Suffrage, 1866 140 111-151
2008 M. W. Tisdall Doddiscombsleigh: An unusual “Green Man” 140 153-156
2008 John B. Smith From Granfer-Grig to Tiddly-Tope: A Look at Names for Representatives of the Natural World in the Laver Corpus 140 157-184
2008 T. C. G. Rich and C. C. G. Cann A survey of Sorbus species at Watersmeet, North Devon, September 2007 140 185-198
2008 Sadru Bhanji Some Rescued Devon Documents: a Peninsular War Veteran and Property Entrepreneur, a Harassed Solicitor and a Famed Attorney General 140 199-225
2008 John Goodridge Tamar View, The Horn of Plenty and the Devonshire Great Consolidated Copper Mining Company 140 227-244
2009 Rachel Thomas Widening the Horizons: the future for National Parks (Presidential Address) 141 1-20
2009 Mary Siraut Farming Southern Exmoor (Public Lecture) 141 21-38
2009 Heather Adams and Ralph Fyfe Sustainable conservation and management of the historic environment record in upland peat: a view from Exmoor 141 39-60
2009 Revd J. W. Hunwicke That Precious and Exceeding Subtle Jewel 141 61-76
2009 Alex Woodcock Honeysuckle and Red Sandstone: Some Characteristics of Romanesque Stonecarving in South Devon 141 77-92
2009 Julie Sampson Anne Edgcumbe/Dowriche and The French Historie (2 parts) 141 93-152
2009 Robin G. F. Stanes The Husbandry of Devon and Cornwall 141 153-180
2009 Rosemary Yallop A History of Sandridge Park: “An house more worthy of the situation” 141 181-217
2009 Martin Bodman Tanning in Devon in the Nineteenth Century 141 219-236
2009 John Torrance Raddis Lane: Politics and Landscape (2 parts) 141 237-268
2009 Brian Rolf The Taunton Stop Line: A Survey of Second World War Pillboxes in the Axe Valley 141 269-286
2009 Barbara Benfield The Lichen Habitat of some Clay Tips in Devon and Cornwall 141 287-304

2010s

Year Author Title Volume Pages
2010 Roger Thorne Devon’s Edwardian Churchscape: its making and unmaking (Presidential Address) 142 1-28
2010 Helen Harris Farms, Farmers and Farming in the Holsworthy District in the in the 1950s (Public Lecture) 142 29-48
2010 Nicholas Orme The Medieval Church in North Devon 142 49-72
2010 Robert Bearman Charters of the Redvers Family and the Earldom of Devon, 1090-1217: an addendum 142 73-96
2010 Geoffrey Doye Violence in North Devon – Responses to the Introduction of the 1834 New Poor Law 142 97-126
2010 Peter Christie John Harper – A North Devon White Witch 142 127-134
2010 R. P. Truscott Polson Bridge 142 135-152
2010 Susie Darlow and Rachel Hunt The Redevelopment of Cotehele Quay Museum 142 153-174
2010 Roger Perry A Survey of Ash-Houses 142 175-208
2010 Sadru Bhanji The Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph: a neglected source of Devon’s topographical history 142 209-236
2010 Sophia Lambert A Devon By-Election: South Molton, 1891 142 237-260
2010 W. O. Selley The Devon and Exeter Dental Hospital, 1880-1936 142 261-280
2011 Nicholas Orme Christianity in Devon before 1086 (Presidential Address) 143 1-39
2011 Tim Harrod Soils: A Key Part of Devon’s Geodiversity 143 41-60
2011 Robin Wootton The Hudson Transparencies A Set of Remarkable Visual Aids by a Distinguished Victorian Microscopist (see illustrations) 143 61-90
2011 Andrew Fleming The Lich Way: A Path for all Seasons 143 91-104
2011 Judith Moss The Descent of the Manor of Thowleigh: The Feudal Period, 1066-1428 143 105-136
2011 Dorothea Rowse Evidence for a Twelfth-Century Community of Benefactors in a North Devon Charter 143 137-144
2011 Peter Bursey Matilda Peverel, c.1080-c.1140, wife of Robert fitz Martin 143 145-168
2011 John B. Pilkington and Margaret C. Pilkington West Prawle Wood and Blundell’s School, 1603-1905 143 169-200
2011 Graham Hendy The Growth of Elementary Education in Devon, 1744-1821 143 201-230
2011 Max Everest-Phillips Protest, Poison Pen Letters and Protestantism in Mid-Nineteenth Century East Devon: The Tractarian Crisis at Sidmouth 1859-1865 143 231-282
2011 John Beckett The Victoria County History in Devon, 1899-1910 143 283-310
2011 George A. Wilkins The Lockyer Family at Sidmouth 143 311-333
2012 Peter Beacham The Inspiration of Devon: landscape, seascape and townscape (Presidential Address) 144  1-14
2012 Robin Wootton William Pengelly, The Devonshire Association, and 150 Years of Scholarship 144  15-42
2012 Malcolm Hart The Geodiversity of Torbay 144  43-86
2012 Tom Greeves William Pengelly’s Torquay – The Photographic Record c.1860-c.1875 144  87-118
2012 Hal Bishop The Medieval Bishops’ Palace of Paignton 144  119-188
2012 Anthony Kelly Artists and Torbay 144  189-218
2012 Paul Hawthorne The Singer Family and Oldway Mansion: Isaac Singer and the Wigwam 144  219-238
2012 Stephen Essex Torquay and the Changing Fortunes of Tourism 144  239-272
2012 Elizabeth Raikes Regenerating Torbay – Contemporary Issues, Past and Present 144  273-296
2012 Jeremy Gould and Daniel Metcalfe A Guide to Twentieth Century Architecture in Torbay 144  297-335
2013 Cooper, A. My Wild Life – A Tribute to Devon (Presidential Address) 145 1-6
2013 Arnold, N. The Site of the Battle of Cynuit 878 145 7-30
2013 Bhanji, S. Outsiders’ Impressions of the Devon Port Town of Topsham 145 31-58
2013 Cole, J. R. The Poetry of Anne Born: an Appreciation 145 59-70
2013 Fleming, M. A. The Secondary Occupation of Ryder’s Rings 145 71-92
2013 Higham, R. William the Conqueror’s Siege of Exeter in 1068 145 93-132
2013 Mather, J. D. The History and Hydrogeology of Laywell, a Celebrated Ebb and Flow Spring at Brixham, Devon 145 133-154
2013 Orme, N. Medieval Holy Wells in Devon 145 155-180
2013 O’Sullivan, P. Devon Great Consols and William Morris 145 181-198
2013 Reeves, G. The Westcountry Malherbes: the Settlement and Integration of an Extended Norman Family during the 12th to 16th Centuries 145 199-232
2013 Waterhouse, G. George Montagu (1753-1815): His Kingsbridge Garden and ‘Duckery’ 145 233-252
2013 Wiseman, P. Rosemary Sutcliff and Roman Exeter 145 253-268
2014 Cornford, C. Oil and Gas Exploration in and offshore Devon (Presidential Address) 146 1-32
2014 Arnold, N. The Defeat of the sons of Harold in 1069 146 33-56
2014 Ashford, B. Some thoughts on Dartmoor Powdermills 146 57-82
2014 Billinge, F. The Management of Water in the Historic Borough of Bovey Tracey 146 83-102
2014 Brown, T. W. The records of an old Devonshire custom, and its revival 146 103-120
2014 Campbell, W. H. The Canons Resident of Exeter Cathedral, 1506-1561 146 121-144
2014 Christie, P. ‘We bain’t going till we be fetched’ – Military Tribunals in North Devon during the First World War 146 145-172
2014 Doye, G. ‘How the money rolls in’: The Great Social Evil in late-Victorian North Devon 146 173-194
2014 Marjoram, A. Two artists and a marriage made in Exmouth 146 195-214
2014 Orme, N. The Early History of Tiverton Church 146 215-230
2014 Peeke, B. R. The Devonshire Association and Bowhill 146 231-252
2014 Torrance, J. On the History of Lime-Burning in East Devon 146 253-284
2015 Greeves, T. Dartmoor and the Displacement of Culture: Analysis and Remedy (Presidential Address) 147 1-44
2015 Bhanji, S. Extreme meteorological and tidal events as recorded in the personal journal of William Nation, a merchant of Georgian Exeter 147 45-72
2015 Essex, S. & Ford, P. Coastal Urban Regeneration: Thirty Years of Change on Plymouth’s Waterfront 147 73-102
2015 Fox, J. The Beardown Rock Inscriptions and their Spiritual Significance 147 103-116
2015 Hodgkins, A. ‘They Would Yield to no Persuasions […] but most Manfully did Abide the Fight’: A Military Assessment of the Western Rebellion 147 117-154
2015 Moss, M. The Bradford Tinwork Leat and Its route through enclosed ground 147 155-184
2015 Orme, N. Polsloe Priory 147 185-212
2015 Pulsford, A. & Freeman, M. John Taylor (1779-1863) and the Tavistock Canal 147 213-242
2015 Weston, R. Two abortive attempts to establish a Cistercian abbey at South Tawton in Devon 147 243-252
2015 Wright, J. Finding Northford: Dartington’s Lost Manor 147 253-272
2016 Gray, T. Appropriate History (Presidential Address) 148 1-28
2016 Barr, M. Selected Highlights of a Building Stone Survey of Devon 148 29-62
2016 Billinge, F. The Lords of the Historic Manor of Bovey Tracey 148 63-88
2016 Clark, J. Trojans at Totnes and Giants on the Hoe: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historical Fiction and Geographical Reality 148 89-130
2016 Hart, M. Devon’s landscape and seascape: One of Britain’s most designated counties 148 131-164
2016 Marjoram, A. Edward Divett, MP for Exeter, and the Bystock Estate, Exmouth 148 165-190
2016 Morgan, J. Bronze Age Geometry: the layout of the Ceremonial Site at Merrivale 148 191-206
2016 Torrance, J. The Ousting of Tomkins: a Struggle for Power in a Victorian Village 148 207-226
2016 Watts, M. Water Power in the Lower Culm Valley 148 227-254
2016 Wilson, H. M. The Architect Edmund H. Sedding and his Devon Churches 148 255-292
2016 Woodcock, A. A stone ‘richly embossed with volutes’: The Romanesque tympanum from East Teignmouth 148 293-310
2016 Young, S. Pixy-Led in Devon and the South-West 148 311-336