Excavations at Clovelly Dykes (1903)

The Rev. S. Baring Gould has most kindly responded to the Rector’s request, and has sent the following account of his excavations at the Dykes for insertion in our magazine. “Clovelly Dykes are the...

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A Lost Lake (1920)

By The Rev. S. Baring-Gould, M.A. (Read at Totnes, 21st July, 1920.) Lo, Loo, Lu, Lugh in Cornish, Llwch in Welsh, Louc’h in Breton, are the equivalents of the Gaelic Loch. As in Gaelic...

Transactions title - old style

A Gold-Washing Apparatus (1888)

By the Rev. S. Baring-Gould, M.A. (Read at Exeter, July, 1888 ) I have been allowed, by the kindness of Mr. Moses Bawden, to make careful drawings of a curious zinc article found in...