Papers published in Transactions

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1863Sir John BowringGeneral Discourse Inaugurating the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address)1 pt 19-21
1863Dr Scott [W. R. Scott]Statistics of the Deaf and Dumb1 pt 122-28
1863W. PengellyThe Lignites & Clays of Bovey Tracey1 pt 129-39
1863Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Relations to Literature of a Provincial Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science and the Arts1 pt 139-41
1863[Chas] Spence BateBovisand Sand-Beds1 pt 142-44
1863W. S. M. D’UrbanOn the Ferns of South Africa and a comparison of them with the acrogenous plants of Great Britain and North America1 pt 145-48
1863W. PengellyOn the Age of Dartmoor Granites1 pt 148-54
1864C. Spence BateProgress and Growth in the Association and at Large (Presidential Address)1 pt 29-30
1864W. PengellyOn the Chronological Value of the New Red Sandstone System of Devonshire1 pt 231-43
1864Rev. J. Erskine RiskAbstract of some recent remarks on recent controversies respecting the Antiquity of the Human Race1 pt 244-50
1864J. Brooking RoweOn Some Recent Additions to the Fauna of Devon1 pt 251-52
1864Edward AppletonOur Homes1 pt 253-57
1864Edward ParfittMorphology in Primula Vulgaris Plena-Carnea1 pt 258-59
1864C. StewartOn the Structure and Cause of Colour in the Nacreous Layer of Shells1 pt 260-62
1864J. N. HearderImperfections in the Present Mode of Fitting Lightning Conductors1 pt 263-73
1864Dr Scott [W. R. Scott]On The Deaf and Dumb1 pt 274-84
1864E. VivianPresent Day Research (Presidential Address)1 pt 39-30
1864W. PengellyThe Introduction of Cavern Accumulations1 pt 331-41
1864W. PengellyThe Denudation of Rocks in Devonshire1 pt 342-59
1864Dr ScottOn the Fisheries of Devonshire1 pt 360-79
1864E. VivianThe Pile Dwellings in the Lakes of Switzerland1 pt 380-84
1864E. VivianThe Climate of Torquay and South Devon1 pt 385-90
1864W. S. M. D’UrbanOn the late Rev. Professor Henslow’s System of Teaching Botany1 pt 391-97
1864S. Bevan FoxThe Honey Bee1 pt 398-110
1864T. F. BarhamOn the Amount and Distribution of Sunshine [Highwick, Newton Abbot; Exeter]1 pt 3111-117
1864J. N. HearderOn a Mode of Preserving Iron Plating of Wooden Ships From the Corrosive Action of Sea Water1 pt 3118-122
1864C. Spence BateOn some Roman-British remains Found near Plymouth1pt 3123-133
1864E. ParfittOn the Transmutation of Uredo Rosae Into Aregma Macronatum [fungi]1 pt 3134-137
1864C. Spence BateOn a Cornish Kjökkenmödding [shell mound]1 pt 3138-139
1864C. Spence BateOn a Barrow in Constantine Bay1 pt 3140
1865Charles G. B. DaubenyContrasts With The Past (Presidential Address)1 pt 41-29
1865W. PengellyThe Submerged Forests of Torbay1 pt 430-42
1865W. VicaryOn the Feldspathic Traps of Devonshire1 pt 443-49
1865W. PengellyOn an Accumulation of Shells with Human Industrial remains found on a hill near the River Teign, Devonshire1 pt 450-56
1865W. CottonGold1 pt 457-61
1865E. AppletonThe Artistic Treatment of Devonshire Building Materials1 pt 462-67
1865Fred. MackenzieOn the Flora of the Neighbourhood of Tiverton1 pt 468-71
1865E. ParfittOn the Crystallisation of Feldspar in Granite1 pt 472-74
1865J. N. HearderSome 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 Magnesium1 pt 475-77
1865J. N. HearderAn Account of some Experiments Made With the Electric Light1 pt 478-85
1865W. PengellyOn Cetacean remains Washed Ashore at Babbicombe [sic], South Devon1 pt 486-89
1865W. PengellyOn the Correlation of the Lignite Formation of Bovey Tracey, Devonshire, with the Hempstead Beds of the Isle of Wight1 pt 490-94
1865H. S. EllisOyster Breeding on the French System in the West of England1 pt 495-96
1865Rev. R. GwatkinOn Ancient Pile Dwellings1 pt 496
1866The Right Honourable Earl RussellScience, Literature and the Arts at Present Considered (Presidential Address)1 pt 51-12
1866Sir John BowringLanguage with Special Reference to the Devonian dialects1 pt 513-38
1866Thomas Foster BarhamOn the Principle of Rhythm, as applied to English Verse1 pt 539-44
1866John KellyCeltic Remains on Dartmoor1 pt 545-48
1866W. PengellyThe Triassic Outliers of Devonshire1 pt 549-59
1866E. VivianOn the Poor Laws; with the results of Union rating in Devon1 pt 560-65
1866Dr ScottPhotographic Portraiture1 pt 566-76
1866W. PengellyOn a Newly-discovered Submerged Forest in Bigbury Bay, South Devon1 pt 577-79
1866Henry S. EllisOn a Flint-find in a Submerged Forest of Barnstaple Bay, near Westward-Ho1 pt 580-81
1866W. PengellyOn the Lithodomous Perforations, above the sea-level, in the Limestone Rocks in South Eastern Devonshire1 pt 582-93
1866Dr ScottOn the Results of some Experiments made in Hybridizing certain varieties of Pear1 pt 594-96
1866E. ParfittFresh Water Polyzoa1 pt 597-102
1866W. PengellyRaised Beaches1 pt 5103-109
1866G. Wareing OrmerodOn the Traces of Tin Streaming in the Vicinity of Chagford1 pt 5110-115
1866James HineSt. Michael’s, Brent Tor1 pt 5116-121
1866E. AppletonArchaeological Notes of Tavistock and Neighbourhood1 pt 5122-127
1866C. Spence BateAn Attempt to Approximate the Date of the Flint Flakes of Devon and Cornwall1 pt 5128-136
1866J. N. HearderExperiments to Determine the rate of Magnetic Development in Iron, Whilst under the action of Electrical Currents1 pt 5137-142
1866Dr DaubenyOn the Dependence of the Amount of Ozone upon the Direction of the Wind1 pt 5143
1867W. PengellyThe Present Position of Opinion Respecting the Geology of Devonshire (Presidential Address)2 pt 11-37
1867J. R. ChanterNorth Devon Customs and Superstitions2 pt 138-42
1867W. PengellyThe Raised Beaches in Barnstaple Bay, North Devon2 pt 143-56
1867J. R. ChanterThe Early History and Aborigines of North Devon and the Site of the supposed Cimbric Town Artavia2 pt 157-69
1867Sir John BowringDevonian Folk-Lore Illustrated2 pt 170-85
1867E. VivianOn Prison Discipline2 pt 186-92
1867Townshend M. HallNotes on the Priory of Saint Mary, at Pilton2 pt 193-98
1867John Augustus ParryOn the Remains of Ancient Fortifications in the neighbourhood of Bideford2 pt 199-105
1867James JerwoodOn the Longitude of Places and on the application of the Electric Telegraph to determine it2 pt 1106-110
1867E. VivianOn St. John’s Church, Torquay, Struck by Lightning2 pt 1111-113
1867Charles JohnstonSt. Anne’s Chapel – The Grammar School, Barnstaple2 pt 1114-123
1867G. Wareing OrmerodNotes on the Carboniferous Beds adjoining the northern edge of the Granite of Dartmoor2 pt 1124-128
1867W. PengellyThe Antiquity of Man, in the South-West of England2 pt 1129-161
1867H. S. EllisOn some Mammalian Bones and Teeth found in the Submerged Forest at Northam2 pt 1162-163
1867W. PengellyOn the Deposits Occupying the Valley between the Braddons and Waldon Hills, Torquay2 pt 1164-169
1867W. PengellyThe Distribution of the Devonian Brachiopoda of Devonshire and Cornwall2 pt 1170-186
1867H. FowlerOn the Opening of an Ancient British Barrow at Huntshaw2 pt 1187-189
1867Dr KingdonThe Silver Mines of CombMartin (sic) [Combe Martin]2 pt 1190-199
1867E. VicaryOn the source of the Murchisonite Pebbles and Boulders in the Triassic Conglomerates of Devonshire2 pt 1200-202
1867Edward ParfittThe Annelids of Devon, with a resumé of the Natural History of the County2 pt 1203-208
1867Edward ParfittA Catalogue of the Annelids of Devonshire, with notes and observations2 pt 1209-246
1867W. PengellyNotes on the Meteoric Shower of November 1866; with Speculations suggested by it2 pt 1247-255
1867Edward ParfittOn the Parasitism of Orobanche Major2 pt 1256-262
1867W. PengellyOn the Floatation of Clouds, and the Fall of Rain2 pt 1263-266
1867Charles DaubenyOn the Temperature of the Ancient World2 pt 1267-278
1867Richard William CottonOn the Part Taken by North Devon in the Earliest English Enterprises for the Purpose of Colonizing America2 pt 1279-282
1867C. Spence BateOn a Cornish Kjökkenmödding2 pt 1283-284
1868J. D. ColeridgeInterdependence of Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address)2 pt 2285-302
1868Dr ScottOn the Salmonidae of Devon2 pt 2312-326
1868George NeumannPassage of the Mount Cenis2 pt 2327-331
1868Townshend M. HallOn the Mineral Localities of Devonshire2 pt 2332-346
1868J. Erskine RiskThe Science of History2 pt 2347-356
1868E. VivianThe Evidences of Glacial Action in South Devon2 pt 2357-360
1868E. VivianOn Vagrancy2 pt 2361-363
1868Wentworth W. BullerOn Predictive Meteorology2pt 2364-371
1868Peter Orlando HutchinsonHill Fortresses, Sling-Stones, and other Antiquities in South-eastern Devon2 pt 2372-382
1868G. Wareing OrmerodOn the Pseudomorphous Crystals of Chloride of Sodium, and their occurrence in Devonshire2 pt 2383-385
1868Basil Henry CooperThe Antiquity of the use of the Metals and especially of Iron, among the Egyptians2 pt 2386-406
1868W. PengellyOn the Condition of some of the Bones Found in Kent’s Cavern, Near Torquay, Devonshire2 pt 2407-414
1868W. PengellyThe Submerged Forest and the Pebble Ridge of Barnstaple Bay2 pt 2415-422
1868W. PengellyThe History of the Discovery of Fossil Fish in the Devonian Rocks of Devon and Cornwall2 pt 2423-442
1868Edward ParfittOn the Marine and Fresh Water Sponges of Devonshire2 pt 2443-462
1868James JerwoodOn the Game of Chess2 pt 2462-468
1868W. PengellyThe Literature of Kent’s Cavern, Torquay, prior to 18592 pt 2469-522
1868Dr Aexander V. W. BikkersThe Philosophy of Verbal Monopoly2 pt 2523-531
1868Sir John BowringMoral and Pecuniary Results of Prison Labour2 pt 2531-549
1868W. R. HodgsonWhat is Capital?2 pt 2550-559
1868W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire During 1866 and 18672 pt 2560-577
1868James JerwoodOn the Application of the Calculus of Probabilities to Legal and Judicial Subjects2 pt 2578-598
1868Edward AppletonSanitary Notes. Sewer Ventilation2 pt 2599-609
1868Rev. R. KirwanNotes on the Blights of Corn, with Suggestions for their Extermination2 pt 2610-619
1868Rev. R. KirwanMemoir of the Examination of Three Barrows at Broad Down, Farway, near Honiton2 pt 2619-649
1869G. P. BidderRivers (Presidential Address)317-36
1869Edward ParfittOn Spontaneous Generation; or, the Origin of Life342-59
1869Edward ParfittOn the Protozoa of Devonshire360-64
1869Edward ParfittA Catalogue of the Protozoa of Devonshire365-74
1869Townshend HallOn the Mineral Localities of Devonshire. Part II375-78
1869G. Wareing OrmerodNotice of Molars of Hippopotamus Major stated to have been found in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay379-80
1869G. Wareing OrmerodNotice of the Occurrence of Scapolite at Chagford, Devon380
1869Sir J. BowringStatistics Social and Scientific381-105
1869J. PhillipsFeasibility and Advisability of holding Industrial and Art Exhibitions at the Annual Meetings of this Association3106-112
1869W. PengellyThe Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the five years ending December 31st 18683113-126
1869W. PengellyOn the Submerged Forest at Blackpool, Near Dartmouth, South Devon3127-129
1869Dr NewmanOn the Antiquity of Dartmouth3130-134
1869James JerwoodStrictures on Microscopic Philosophizing3135-142
1869P. O. HutchinsonFossil Elephant’s Tooth3143
1869Richard EdmondsOn Extraordinary Agitations of the Sea Not Produced by Winds or Tides; with a Refutation of the new Theory thereon3144-152
1869W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire during 18683153-165
1869James JerwoodOn the Application of Weight to test the Figure of the Earth3166-178
1869E. VivianOn Science and Art as a Branch of National Education3179-190
1869W. PengellyThe Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part II. Including the whole of the Rev. J. MacEnery’s Manuscript3191-482
1869W. PengellyOn the alleged occurrence of Hippopotamus Major and Machairodus Latidens in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay3483-494
1869Rev. R. KirwanNotes on the Pre-historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part II.3495-500
1869Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Limits of Philosophical Enquiry3501-516
1869Rev. R. KirwanOn the Origin and Appropriation of Stonehenge3517-524



1870J. A. FroudeThe Conditions of Historical Study (Presidential Address)4 pt 117-39
1870W. PengellyThe Rainfall on St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the six years ending with December 31st, 18694 pt 142-58
1870W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire in 1869, and in the four years ending with December 31st, 18694 pt 159-72
1870W. PengellyThe Ash Hole and Bench Bone-Caverns, at Brixham, South Devon4 pt 173-80
1870W. PengellyThe Literature of the Caverns near Yealmpton, South Devon4 pt 181-105
1870W. PengellyNotes on Vessels made of Bovey Lignite and Kimmeridge Coal4 pt 1105-108
1870W. PengellyOn the Rainfall Received at the same station by Gauges at different heights above ground4 pt 1109-132
1870Townshend M. HallThe Abnormal Structure of Ferns4 pt 1133-135
1870P. F. S. AmeryStones Found at Swincombe (Dartmoor), probably connected with ancient mining there4 pt 1136-137
1870Edward ParfittFossil Sponge Spicules in the Green Sand of Haldon and Blackdown4 pt 1138-144
1870Rev. T. R. R. StebbingInstinct and Reason4 pt 1145-156
1870R. W. WoollcombeRemarks on the probable inapplicability of the Rifle Principle for Vertical or Mortar Fire, and a Suggestion of another method4 pt 1157-160
1870Edward ParfittCrustacea Podothalmata, and the Histology of their Shells4 pt 1161-180
1870Edward ParfittA Catalogue of the Crustacea Podothalmata of Devonshire4 pt 1181-194
1870W. PengellyThe Modern and Ancient Beaches of Portland4 pt 1195-205
1870J. N. HearderOn the Fulgurator; a new Apparatus for producing electric sparks of very great length4 pt 1206-212
1870J. N. HearderThe Degeneration of our Sea Fisheries4 pt 1213-237
1870John PhillipsAnnual Industrial Exhibitions in Devonshire4 pt 1238-243
1870Sir John BowringThe Life and Writings of Josephus Iscanus, the Swan of Isca [twelfth century]4 pt 1244-256
1870W. PengellyThe Supposed Influence of the Moon on the Rainfall4 pt 1257-290
1870E. TawneyOn the Occurrence of Fossils at Smugglers’ Cove, Torquay4 pt 1291-294
1870Rev. R. Kirwan [Rector of Gittisham]Notes on the Pre-Historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part III4 pt 1295-304
1870Rev. B. H. CooperOn the ‘One-Eyed’ Arimaspians4 pt 1305-320
1870Frederick RowPrison Discipline with especial reference to the Devonport Gaol4 pt 1321-329
1870William WhitakerList of Works on the Geology, Mineralogy and Palaeontology of Devonshire4 pt 1330-352
1871Rev. Canon KingsleyReview of ‘Nature’ (Presidential Address)4 pt 2377-395
1871J. A. ParryA Brief Sketch of the Early History of Bideford4 pt 2400-408
1871G. Wareing OrmerodThe Fall and Restoration of the Cromlech at Drewsteignton, in the County of Devon, 18624 pt 2409-411
1871A. H. A. HamiltonNotes on the Population of Devonshire4 pt 2412-417
1871Richard EdmondsOn the Name Britain and the Phoenicians4 pt 2418-422
1871G. Wareing OrmerodNotice of the Firing at the Battle between the Alabama and Kersage, off Cherbourg, June 19th 1864, being heard in Devon4 pt 2423-424
1871Captain CharlewoodEuphrates Valley Railway4 pt 2425-430
1871N. WhitleyThe Rainfall on the Low Lands of the Estuary of the Taw4 pt 2431-432
1871Townshend M. HallOn Certain Instances of Concentric Lamination Observed Amongst the Pebbles on Northam Ridge4 pt 2433-437
1871J. S. AmeryIs the Cavern at Pridhamsleigh, near Ashburton, worth exploring?4 pt 2438-440
1871W. PengellyWas Britain the Island of the Hyperboreans mentioned by Diodorus Siculus, in a passage supposed to be quoted from Hecataeus?4 pt 2441-454
1871P. O. HutchinsonOn a Second Fossil Tooth found at Sidmouth4 pt 2455
1871Edward ParfittOn the Boring of Molluscs, Annelids, and Sponges into Rock, Wood and Shells4 pt 2456-466
1871W. PengellyThe Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part III4 pt 2467-490
1871C. Spence BateOn the Prehistoric Antiquities of Dartmoor4 pt 2491-516
1871C. Spence BateOn the Clitter of the Tors of Dartmoor4 pt 2517-519
1871C. Spence BateA Contribution towards determining the Etymology of Dartmoor Names4 pt 2520-535
1871W. PengellyNotes on the Existence of Pre-Cretaceous Sponges4 pt 2536-539
1871Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Part VII. Crustacea – sub-class Cirrepedia4 pt 2540-552
1871J. R. ChanterA History of Lundy Island4 pt 2553-611
1871Townshend M. HallNotes on the Geology and Mineralogy of the Island of Lundy4 pt 2612-624
1871W. PengellyFurther Considerations on the Influence of the Moon on the Rainfall4 pt 2625-640
1871Rev. R. KirwanNotes on the Pre-historic Archaeology of East Devon. Part IV4 pt 2641-653
1871W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire in 1870, and in the five years ending with December 31st, 18704 pt 2654-670
1871W. PengellyThe Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay during the seven years ending with December 31st, 18704 pt 2671-694
1872The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of ExeterScientific Spirit and our debt to it (Presidential Address)517-29
1872P. O. HutchinsonFossil Teeth at Sidmouth539-40
1872G. Wareing OrmerodWhat is Grimspound?541-46
1872P. O. HutchinsonIron Pits547-50
1872E. VivianOn Astigmatism and Colour Blindness551-56
1872E. ParfittSome Notes on that part of Mr Chanter’s Paper relating to the Insect Fauna of Lundy Island557-61
1872R. N. WorthNotes on the Rocks in the Neighbourhood of Plymouth562-68
1872Townshend M. HallRecords of Tide, Rain, and Wind, during the Carboniferous Period in North Devon569-72
1872G. Wareing OrmerodNotice 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 1838573-74
1872George PycroftIs there Evidence of Glacial Action in the Valleys of Dawlish and Ashcombe, South Devon?575-81
1872P. O. HutchinsonBronze Celt found near Sidmouth582-83
1872J. M. MartinExmouth Warren and its threatened destruction584-89
1872Sir John BowringAncient Exeter and its Trade590-106
1872J. N. HearderOn the Progress of Electro-Therapeutics; with a description of Galvanic instruments invented by the author5107-116
1872W. CottonSome Account of the Ancient Guilds of the City of Exeter5117-138
1872W. PengellyThe Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the eight years ending with December 31 18715139-161
1872W. PengellyNote on an Experiment to Predict Annual Rainfall5162-164
1872W. PengellyNotes on the Machairodus Latidens Found, by Rev. J. MacHenery, in Kent’s Cavern, Torquay5165-179
1872W. Pengelly‘Is it a Fact?’5180-215
1872H. S. GillDevonshire Tokens of the Seventeenth Century5216-243
1872E. VivianOn Rainfall as affected by the Height of Gauges above the Ground5243-245
1872E. VivianVital Statistics from the Experience of the United Kingdom Temperance and General Provident Institution5246-248
1872W. PengellyThe Literature of the Oreston Caverns, near Plymouth5249-316
1872H. S. GillA few remarks on an Ancient British Coin Found on Northernhay, Exeter5317-318
1872Sir John BowringOn Fables and Fabulists in Connection with John Gay5319-329
1872Sir John BowringSir Thomas Bodley5330-343
1872Rev. R. KirwanOn Aurora Borealis5344-351
1872E. ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Part VIII. Echinodermata5352-370
1872W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire in 1871, and in the six years ending with December 31st, 18715371-391
1872J. Ingleby MacKenzieSeven Years’ Meteorology of Sidmouth, 1865-18715392-403
1872William WhitakerSupplementary List of Works on the Geology, Mineralogy, and Palaeontology of Devonshire5404-415
1872W. PengellyThe Signs of the Hotels, Taverns, Inns, Wine-and-Spirit-Vaults, and Beershops in Devonshire5416-509
1872C. Spence BateOn the Original Map of the Royal Forest of Dartmoor, Illustrating the Perambulation of Henry III, 1240 [includes a version ‘traced’ from the original]5510-548
1872C. Spence BateResearches into some Ancient Tumuli on Dartmoor [includes Hammeldon Down and the illustration of the bronze dagger and the amber pommel, the latter in colour]5549-557
1873Rt Hon. S. CaveThree Great Pursuits: Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address)6 pt 117-27
1873W. PengellyThe Ossiferous Caverns and fissures in the neighbourhood of Chudleigh, Devonshire6 pt 146-60
1873W. PengellyThe Literature of the Cavern at Anstey’s Cove, near Torquay, Devonshire6 pt 161-69
1873W. PengellyThe Literature of the Caverns at Buckfastleigh, Devonshire6 pt 170-72
1873The Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerSketch of B. R. Haydon6 pt 173-77
1873R. N. WorthThe Common Seals of Devon6 pt 178-100
1873J. Brooking RoweDevonshire Gilds. Plymouth and Totnes6 pt 1101-106
1873Edward ParfittAnnelids versus Rain-Drops; or, remarks on Mr Hall’s paper on fossil rain-drops6 pt 1107-110
1873J. Ingleby MacKenzieMeteorology of Sidmouth in 18726 pt 1111-116
1873W. PengellyThe Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the nine years ending with December 31st, 18726 pt 1117-138
1873W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire in 1872, and in the seven years ending with December 31st, 18726 pt 1139-158
1873H. S. GillOn Devonshire Tokens. Part II6 pt 1159-172
1873J. R. ChanterDevonshire Lanes with some notes on the highways and byeways of north Devon in the olden time6 pt 1173-196
1873A. R. HuntOn some Gold Coins found at Blackpool, near Dartmouth, in 18696 pt 1197-199
1873W. H. GamlenThe Toad-Stone6 pt 1200-202
1873John S. AmeryNotice of supposed Acoustic Jars found in the Parish Church of St. Andrew, at Ashburton6 pt 1203-205
1873Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerOn Domestic Servitude in Devonshire a century ago, as shown by an appeal for higher wages6 pt 1206-210
1873W. PengellyThe Granite Boulder on the shore of Barnstaple Bay, North Devon6 pt 1211-222
1873H. G. J. ClementsLocal Vestiges of Sir Walter Raleigh6 pt 1223-231
1873P. O. HutchinsonSubmerged Forest and Mammoth Teeth at Sidmouth6 pt 1232-235
1873E. ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Part IX. Sessile-Eyed Crustaceae6 pt 1236-260
1873P. F. S. AmerySome hitherto unrecorded Hill Fortresses near Ashburton6 pt 1261-265
1873W. PengellyRelics of the Past Observed at Torquay, Devonshire6 pt 1266-269
1873J. Brooking RoweOn the Occurrence of Calosoma Sychophanta in Devonshire6 pt 1270-271
1873C. Spence BateResearches into some ancient Tumuli on Dartmoor6 pt 1272-275
1873Robert DiamondSir George Carey of Cockington; a Devonshire Worthy of the Elizabethan Era6 pt 1276-292
1873W. PengellyThe Cave-Man of Mentone6 pt 1293-330
1874The Right Honble. The Earl of Devon(Presidential Address)6 pt 2364-369
1874W. C. LakeSketch of the History of Teignmouth6 pt 2373-386
1874G. Wareing OrmerodWayside Crosses in the District bordering the East of Dartmoor6 pt 2387-399
1874John Edward LeeNotes on Trappean Rocks6 pt 2400-411
1874Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerA Sketch of Bishopsteignton6 pt 2412-416
1874W. C. LakeMeteorology of Teignmouth, 1854 to 18606 pt 2417-424
1874W. PengellyThe Rainfall on the St. Mary Church Road, Torquay, during the ten years ending with December 31st, 18736 pt 2425-446
1874W. PengellyThe Rainfall in Devonshire in 1872, and in the eight years ending with December 31st, 18736 pt 2447-465
1874J. Ingleby-MacKenzieSummary of the Meteorology of Sidmouth in 18736 pt 2466-468
1874E. VivianOn Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments6 pt 2469-474
1874Edward AppletonSanitary Arrangements for Villages and Small Places6 pt 2475-480
1874Rev. J. Erskine RiskOn Early Christian Art6 pt 2481-495
1874Edward AppletonArchitectural Notes of Torre Abbey, Torquay, 18746 pt 2496-500
1874J. R. ChanterThe Early Poetry of Devonshire: with a calendar of Devonian Poets, and notices of obscure and forgotten versifiers, from the eleventh to the seventeenth century6 pt 2501-546
1874Townshend M. HallNotes on the Occurrence of Mineral Oil in Shale at Barnstaple6 pt 2547
1874A. ChampernowneOn a Contortion of the Limestone of Torquay and the presence of Calceola Sandalina at its base6 pt 2548-551
1874Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerWorkhouse Children and their treatment, as illustrated by a large union in Devonshire [Newton Abbot Union]6 pt 2552-559
1874W. PengellyNotes on Dr Riviere’s Discovery of Three New Human Skeletons in the Mentone Caverns, in 1873-46 pt 2560-566
1874E. ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Part X. Conchology6 pt 2567-640
1874Captain George PeacockFibre from the Malva Lavatera Arborea, or Tree-Mallow6 pt 2641-645
1874W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire6 pt 2646-685
1874R. N. WorthThe Common Seals of Devon. Part II [Exeter, Plymouth, Tiverton]6 pt 2686-688
1874P. VarwellWinds and Storms6 pt 2689-696
1874W. B. ScottSalmon Passes6 pt 2697-702
1874R. N. WorthNotes on the Limestone of Yealmpton and its Associated Rocks6 pt 2703-706
1874W. R. Hall JordanNotes on the Natural History of Teignmouth and its Vicinity6 pt 2707-715
1874E. ParfittFauna of Devon. Part XI. Myriopoda, etc.6 pt 2716-727
1874Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerSketch of Winthrop Mackworth Praed6 pt 2728-735
1874Paul Q. KarkeekDevonshire Witches [three cases of Bideford women in 1682]6 pt 2736-763
1874Rev. T. R. R. StebbingThe Sessile-eyed Crustacea of Devon6 pt 2764-773
1874N. S. HeinekenArchaeological Memoranda (finds at Sidmouth)6 pt 2774
1874W. PengellyThe Cavern Discovered in 1858 in Windmill Hill, Brixham, South Devon6 pt 2775-856
1875R. J. KingDevonshire History (Presidential Address)725-49
1875W. PengellyMiscellaneous Devonshire Gleanings. Part I. [includes William, Prince of Orange in Devonshire; Devon MPs in 1710]764-75
1875Paul Q. KarkeekThomas Benet: A Biographical Sketch775-78
1875J. M. HawkerSketch of [Tristram] Risdon779-83
1875W. C. LakeOn the Comparative Meteorology of Devonshire784-88
1875Rev. Frederic T. ColbyThe History of Great Torrington789-101
1875George DoeThe Examination of Two Barrows Near Torrington7102-105
1875E. ParfittFauna of Devon. Part XII. Fishes7106-149
1875R. N. WorthAlluvial Deposits on Plymouth Hoe7150-153
1875W. PengellyNotes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon7154-161
1875E. ParfittOn the Drift Gravels on the Cliffs of the South Coast of Devon, From Langstone Point to Dawlish7162-170
1875Rev. Hugh FowlerBiographical Notice of the Late Mr Thomas Fowler, of Torrington, with some account of his inventions7171-178
1875J. R. ChanterTawton – The First Saxon Bishopric of Devonshire7179-196
1875W. PengellyMemoranda. Part I [Exminster Castle, Exminster Monastery, meteorological phenomena, equinoctial ocean wave]7197-202
1875P. O. HutchinsonThe Population of Sidmouth From 1260 to the Present Time7203-208
1875R. N. WorthThe Economic Geology of Devon7209-233
1875Edward AppletonThe Economic Geology of Devon7234-246
1875W. PengellyNotes on a Tooth of Machairodus Latidens in the Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter7247-260
1875Paul Q. KarkeekRecent Cases of Supposed Witchcraft in Devonshire [Chelston, Torquay, in 1875; Exeter; Newton Abbot]7261-268
1875R. N. WorthCommon Seals of Devon. Part III [Plymouth; sidmouth; Stonehouse]7269
1875Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerDevonshire Farm Lads7270-278
1875W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part II7279-324
1875E. ParfittOn the Decay of Limestone Fragments Imbedded in the New Red Sandstone Cliffs on the Coast of South Devon7325-328
1875J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devonshire. Introductory I. Buckland [includes further 8 pages of drawings]7329-366
1875Townshend M. HallNotes on the Anthracite Beds of North Devon7367-375
1875W. PengellyDevonshire 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]7376-386
1875E. ParfittThe Natural History of Euglena Viridis7387-400
1875W. PengellyVerbal Provincialisms of South-Western Devonshire7401-569
1875R. J. KingThe Folk-Lore of Devonshire7570-571
1875D. PidgeonNotes on the Marine Conchology of Torbay, With List of Species Collected 1874-57572-592
1876Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerSocial Effects of Advancements in Art, Literature and Science (Presidential Address)825-42
1876G. Wareing OrmerodHistorical Sketch of the Parish of Chagford862-81
1876Robert DymondMemoir of John Dunning, First Lord Ashburton882-112
1876H. S. GillDevonshire Tokens, Part III8113-116
1876Paul Q. KarkeekFairfax in the West, 1645-16468117-147
1876W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire, Part III8148-244
1876Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Part XIV. Birds8245-310
1876R. N. WorthThe Ancient Stannary of Ashburton8311-322
1876P. F. S. AmerySketch of Ashburton and the Woollen Trade8323-350
1876R. J. KingCoplestone Cross; and a Charter of Eadgar, A.D. 9748351-359
1876Edward WindeattThe Dismissal of Sir Edward Seymour from the Recordership of Totnes by James II. 16878360-369
1876W. F. CollierDartmoor8370-379
1876A. H. A. HamiltonThe Jurisdiction of the Lord Warden of the Stannaries in the Time of Sir Walter Raleigh8380-383
1876Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Choir-Screen of Exeter Cathedral: Its Relation to Christian Art, and the probably use to which it was first put8384-390
1876J. PhillipsThe Ashburton Urn8391-395
1876J. B. DavidsonSome Anglo-Saxon Boundaries, Now Now Deposited at the Albert Museum, Exeter8396-419
1876Robert DymondJohn Ford, Dramatist [bn c.1586]8420-426
1876W. A. E. UssherOn Some Old Gravels of the River Dart Between Totnes and Holne bridge8427-433
1876Lieut. C. WorthyA Memoir of Bishop Stapledon [fourteenth century]8442-452
1876J. M. MartinThe Changes of Exmouth Warren. Part II8453-460
1876Thomas AndrewObservations on the Recent Floods in the Dawlish Valley8461-466
1876Paul Q. KarkeekQueen Henrietta Maria in Exeter and Her Escape Therefrom. 16448467-479
1876R. N. WorthWilliam Cookworthy and the Plymouth China Factory8480-496
1876Edmund BishopSaint Boniface and His Correspondence8497-515
1876Townshend M. HallFossil Fish of North Devon [paper was read at Ashburton in 1876, but published in the Geological Magazine, Sept. 1876, pp 410-412]8516
1876A. H. A. HamiltonThe Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon in the Year 15928517-525
1876Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerTwo Ashburton Scholars: Gifford and Ireland8526-534
1876P. O. HutchinsonJar Found at Musbury8535-536
1876W. PengellyDevonshire 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]8537-796
1876J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devon, Part II, Buckland8797-808
1876J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devon, Part III, Buckfast8809-894
1877The Ven. Archdeacon EarleScience, literature and the Arts (Presidential Address)929-54
1877Robert DymondKingsbridge and Dodbrooke. An Historical Sketch9143-155
1877James HineA Plea for the Picturesque in Devonshire Towns9156-163
1877Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Altar-Piece of St. Andrew’s Chapel, Plymouth as illustrative of the prinmciples of Christian art in the treatment of the subject of the Crucifixion9164-169
1877Edward ParfittNotes on the Idol Found at Kingsteignton9170-176
1877W. PengellyNotes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon. Part II9177-183
1877Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerSketch of John Prideaux, Bishop of Worcester9184-187
1877Paul Q. KarkeekWhite Ale9188-197
1877J. B. DavidsonThe Saxon Conquest of Devonshire9198-221
1877W. A. E. UssherA Chapter on the Budleigh Pebbles9222-226
1877E. AppletonEncroachment of the Sea at Westward Ho!9227-233
1877A. H. A. HamiltonThe Attempted Introduction of the Culture of Silk into Devonshire in the Reign of James the First9234-235
1877E. ParfittFauna of Devon. Reptiles9236-242
1877E. WindeattWilliam Brockedon. A Biographical Sketch [of Totnes]9243-249
1877R. N. WorthPuritanism in Devon, and the Exeter Assembly9250-291
1877Peter Orlando HutchinsonScheme for a History of Devonshire9292-295
1877W. A. E. UssherOn the Age and Origin of the Watcombe Clay9296-300
1877Robert DymondHeraldic Discovery in Exeter Cathedral9301-305
1877Edward ParfittFauna of Devon. Mammalia9306-330
1877Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerSketch of Wolcot (Peter Pindar) [poet of Kingsbridge – late eighteenth century]9331-335
1877Paul Q. KarkeekSir Edmund Fortescue and the Siege of Fort Charles [Civil War]9336-350
1877W. PengellyNotes on Slips Connected With Devonshire9351-360
1877J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devon. Part IV. Newenham9361-379
1877J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devon. Part V. Dunkeswell9380-391
1877W. A. E. UssherA Classification of the Triassic Rocks of Devon and West Somerset, with some general observations on the variability of strata9392-399
1877Arthur Roope HuntOn Some Large Aplysiae Taken in Torbay in 18759400-403
1877A. H. A. HamiltonThe Justices of the Peace of the County of Devon and the Benevolences of 1614 and 16229404-406
1877R. N. WorthThe Styles and Titles of the Municipal Corporations of Devonshire9407-408
1877W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VI9409-448
1878Sir Samuel White BakerDiscoveries and Improvements of This Century (Presidential Address)1029-50
1878W. PengellyThe Literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part IV10141-181
1878Arthur Roope HuntNotes on Torbay10182-195
1878W. PengellyThe Geology of North-Eastern Coast of Paignton10196-202
1878W. A. E. UssherOn the Geology of Paignton10203-208
1878Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerMyles Coverdale [bn 1488; dd 1569]10209-213
1878Edward WindeattBenjamin Kennicott, D.D. A Biographical Sketch [bn Totnes 1718; dd 1787]10214-222
1878Paul Q. KarkeekThe First Visit of Charles I to Devon, 162510223-236
1878J. B. DavidsonOn Some Ancient Documents Relating to Crediton Minster10237-254
1878W. PengellyNotes on Slips Connected With Devonshire. Part II10255-268
1878Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerNorth and South Devon in Contrast10269-275
1878R. N. WorthNotes on the Historical Connections of Devonshire Place-Names10276-308
1878A. H. A. HamiltonThe Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon Under Charles I and Oliver Cromwell10209-314
1878Paul Q. KarkeekExtracts from a Memorandum Book belonging to Thomas Roberts and Family of Stockleigh Pomeroy. 1621 to 164410315-329
1878Rev. W. DownesThe Fossils of the Culm Measure Limestones Around Holcombe Rogus10330-334
1878Edward ParfittArchaeological Discoveries in Exeter, Made during April and May, 1878 [Greek and Roman coins at Palace Gate site]10335-348
1878J. Brooking RoweCistercian Houses of Devon, Part VI. Ford10349-376
1878W. A. E. UssherOn the Mouth of the River Exe10377-383
1878H. S. GillDevonshire Tokens. Part IV10384-387
1878Thomas AndrewNotes on a Carved Stone Head found in the Parish of Whitstone10388-391
1878A. W. Hurrell‘Wreckage’, and Lord Devon’s Rights to the Same, on the South Devon Coast10392-398
1878Paul Q. KarkeekCollectanea Curiosa Devoniensia [capture of Torrington in 1646; Prince Maurice at Whitleigh in 1643; the Bastard family of Kitley near Yealmpton, etc.]10399-403
1878R. N. WorthOn the Origin of the Ossiferous Deposits in the Oreston Caves10404-410
1878Edward ParfittFauna of Devon. Lepidoptera10411-588
1878H. S. GillOn Silver Regal Money Coined in Devonshire Mints10589-610
1878Arthur Roope HuntOn the Growth of Aplysiae in Torbay10611-617
1878W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part V10618-629
1878W. PengellyRemains of Whales Found on the Coast of Devonshire. Part II10630-635
1879Sir R. P. CollierLandscape Painting (Presidential Address)1129-47
1879Mrs Slade KingNotes on the Older Times of Ilfracombe11161-167
1879Richard W. CottonThe North Devon Fleet in 158811168-179
1879Townshend M. HallHistory of the Classification and Nomenclature of the North Devon Rocks11180-190
1879J. R. ChanterVestiges of an Early Guild of St. Nicholas at Barnstaple, A.D. 130311191-212
1879W. PengellyThe Parish Expenditure of Milton Abbot, Devon, for the year 158811213-255
1879Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerBishop Jewel’s Birthplace [John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, born Berrynarbor, near Ilfracombe]11256-261
1879J. Brooking RoweManly Peeke of Tavistock [Richard Peeke who sailed in the Convertine in 1621 expedition against piracy]11262-275
1879Townshend M. HallOn the Geology of the Ilfracombe Coastline11276-282
1879R. N. WorthLydford and Its Castle11283-302
1879Edward ParfittArchaeological Discoveries in Exeter, 1878-911303-310
1879Arthur Roope HuntOn a Granite Block from the Salcombe Fishing Grounds11311-318
1879W. PengellyThe Metamorphosis of the Rocks extending from Hope Cove to Start Bay, South Devon11319-342
1879Paul Q. KarkeekCollectanea Curiosa Devoniensis. Part II [miscellanea on Torre Abbey; Dartmouth; Berry Pomeroy Castle]11343-347
1879A. H. A. HamiltonStateof the Volunteers of Devonshire on the year 180311348-351
1879Townshend M. HallNotes on some Errors Relating to North Devon – Geological11352-357
1879W. PengellyNotes of Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part III11358-370
1879Robert DymondHistorical Documents relating to Dartmoor [thirteenth and fourteenth century]11371-387
1879P. O. HutchinsonFossil Plant discovered near Sidmouth11388-390
1879E. ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Neuroptera11391-421
1879W. A. E. UssherOn the Deposits of Petrockstowe in Devon11422-428
1879Townshend M. HallNote on the Occurrence of Granite Boulders Near Barnstaple and of a Vein of Granitoid Rock at Portledge11429-432
1879Rev. W. DownesLimestones of Westleigh and Holcombe Rogus. Second paper11433-441
1879J. B. DavidsonHooker’s Journal of the House of Commons in 157111442-492
1879Rev. Treasurer HallThe Manor House, Berry Narbor (Berrynarbor)11493-496
1879R. N. WorthNotes on the History of Printing in Devon [Devon was fifth county into which printing was introduced – Tavistock in 1525 set up a printing press]11497-515
1879T. R. R. StebbingSessile-eyed Crustacea of Devon, Supplementary List11516-525
1879W. PengellyNotes on Recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VI11525-548



1880Professor H. W. Dyke AclandRelationships of Science, Literature and Art in Modern Thought (Presidential Address)1229-55
1880E. WindeattAn Historical Sketch of Totnes12159-178
1880P. F. S. AmeryThe Gild Merchant of Totnes12179-191
1880Robert DymondAncient Documents Relating to the Civil History of Totnes [extracts from John Hoker’s Common Place Book]12192-203
1880T. W. WindeattThe Landing of the Prince of Orange at Brixham, 168812204-225
1880Edward AppletonNotice of a Wooden Effigy Found at Dartmouth, 187912226-227
1880R. N. WorthWere there Druids in Devon?12238-242
1880Edward ParfittMeteorological Phenomena12243-250
1880W. A. E. UssherPhysical features of Devonshire12251-273
1880Rev. Treasurer HawkerRiver of Dart12274-284
1880F. T. ElworthyDevonshire Speech the True Classic English12285-290
1880Arthur R. HuntNotes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the coast of South Devon12291-303
1880W. PengellyNotes on Boulders and Scratched Stones in South Devon. Part III12304-311
1880Edward WindeattThe Fitting Out of Two Vesels Against the Spanish Armada at Dartmouth in 1588 [the Crescent and the Harte]12312-321
1880John S. AmeryThe Accounts of the Receiver of the Corporation of Totnes in the Year 1554-155512322-331
1880Richard W. CottonSteven Borough, the Navigator [born in Northam in 1525; went with younger brother William on the Willoughby and Chancellor expedition in 1553]12332-360
1880R. N. WorthRecent Geological Discoveries near Plymouth [geology of Eddystone Reef; ossiferous fissures of Plymouth limestone]12361-364
1880W. PengellyRecent Discoveries in the Parishes of Chagford and Manaton [cairns, huts circles, coins, etc.]12365-379
1880W. H. GamlenAgriculture in North-East Devon, Fifty to Sixty Years Ago12380-386
1880Robert DymondThe Old Inns and Taverns of Exeter12387-416
1880Winslow JonesMemoranda on the Lucombe Oak and Governor Holwell12417-419
1880Rev. W. DownesBlackdown [geology]12420-446
1880Edward ParfittOn the Boring for Water and the Sinking of Two Wells at the two large breweries, the ‘City’ and ‘St. Annes’ in Exeter12447-454
1880Edward WindeattSome Religious Houses of Totnes [Chapels and the Magdelen hospital]12455-463
1880J. B. DavidsonDatton Mill and Donitone12464-475
1880J. R. ChanterAn Exchequer Tally: A Barnstaple Record of 162212476-482
1880F. T. ElworthyThe Exmoor Scolding [and Courtship] [who was the author?]12483-489
1880John S. AmeryJohn Lethbridge and his Diving-Machine12490-496
1880Edward WindeattA Totnes Scholar: Edward Lye, MA [1694-1767]12497-500
1880Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Hymenoptera. Section Aculeata12501-559
1880R. N. WorthThe Myth of Brutus the Trojan12560-571
1880Paul Q. KarkeekThe Early History of Dartmouth with especial reference to its commerce, shipping and seamen in the fourteenth century12572-590
1880W. PengellyNotes on recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VII12591-661
1880Miss PriceThe Font in Christ Church, Ilfracombe12662-664
1881Rev. Professor ChapmanScientific Question in Relation to Man (Presidential Address)1333-62
1881James Bridge DavidsonOn the Early History of Dawlish13106-130
1881W. PengellyDevonshire Gleanings. Part II13131-149
1881W. A. E. UssherThe Geology of Dawlish13150-158
1881G. Wareing OrmerodThe Trias at Dawlish13159-162
1881Arthur R. HuntNotes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part II13163-172
1881T. W. WindeattThe Prince of Orange in Exeter, 168813173-185
1881Paul Q. KarkeekThe Shipping and Commerce of Dartmouth in the Reign of Richard II13186-190
1881J. T. WhiteDevoniana. Part I [notes on Miles Coverdale and Paignton; and extracts from accounts books for Torwood Grange, Torquay 1712-16]13191-200
1881Rev. Hilderic FriendNotes on Some Devonshire Plant Names13201-213
1881J. PhillipsThe Potter’s Art in Devonshie13214-217
1881George PycroftArt in Devonshire. Part I [notes on Devon-born painters]13218-240
1881Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Order Hymenoptera. Family Ichneumonidae. Section Pupivora13241-292
1881Rev. W. DownesOn the Upper Devonian Fossils in the Component Fragments of the Trias Near Tiverton13293-297
1881W. WhitakerWell-Section at Stonehouse, Plymouth13298
1881W. PengellyNotes on Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part IV13299-316
1881Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerClouted Cream [clotted cream]13317-323
1881Frederic Thomas ElworthyOn the Devonshire Pronoun Min, or Mun = Them13324
1881R. N. WorthNotes from the Autobiography of Dr. James Yonge, F.R.S. [mid 1600s]13335-343
1881Arthur Roope HuntOn Exposures of the Submerged Forest Clays at Paignton and Blackpool Beaches in April 188113344-350
1881R. N. WorthOn Glacial Conditions in Devon13351-358
1881W. PengellyNotes on recent Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part VIII13359-402
1882J. Brooking RoweCrediton and Early County Topographers (Presidential Address)1433-116
1882Rev. Prebendary SmithThe Early History of Crediton14191-198
1882W. PengellyWords Current in Devonshire in the Fifteenth Century but which are Now Obsolete14199-220
1882Richard W. CottonThe Oxenham Omen14221-246
1882James Bridge DavidsonOn Some Further Documents Realting to Crediton Minster14247-277
1882George PycroftArt in Devonshire Part II14287-316
1882Rev. W. DownesChert Pits. A Stray Note on Blackdown14317-321
1882Alfred EdwardsCrediton Musicians14322-328
1882Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerThe Devonshire Farm-labourer Now and Eighty Years Ago14329-336
1882R. N. WorthThe Plymouth Company [1606 and the colonisation of Virginia]14337-363
1882Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Euplexoptera, Orthoptera and Homoptera (in part)14364-386
1882Paul Q. KarkeekA Budget of witch Stories14387-394
1882J. Brooking RoweRev. Samuel Rowe, M.A., Vicar of Crediton, 1835-185314395-401
1882Robert DymondThe History of the Parish of St Petrock, Exeter as shown by its Churchwardens’ Accounts and other Records14402-492
1882W. PengellyNotes on a Devonshire Funeral Sermon in the Seventeenth Century [Bovey Tracy, 1656]14493-515
1882P. O. HutchinsonThe Site of Moridunum14516-524
1882W. H. K. WrightDevonian Literature: Its Special Wants14525-528
1882Rev. Hilderic FriendA Glossary of Devonshire Plant Names14529-591
1882W. PengellyNotes on Slips Connected with Devonshire. Part V14592-602
1882R. N. WorthMen and Manners in Tudor Plymouth [Worth re-discovered the “Widey Court” Book in Jan 1881 and presents extracts]14603-630
1882Charles WorthyJohn Vowell alias Hooker. Some Notes on a Manuscript at the Heralds’ College14631-636
1882W. PengellyNotes on Notices of the geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part IX14637-694
1882G. TownsendA Devonshire Worthy – William Jackson of Exeter, Organist of Exeter Cathedral and Composer of Music [1730-1803]14695-702
1883The Very Reverend Dr C. MerivaleBoniface of Crediton (Presidential Address)1533-51
1883William PengellyOn a Flint Implement Found on Torre Abbey Sands, Torbay, in 188315137-140
1883G. Wareing OrmerodNotice of the Head of an Iron Halberd Found in an Excavation at Teignmouth and the place in which it was discovered15141-143
1883J. B. DavidsonOn the Ancient history of Exmouth15144-162
1883T. N. BrushfieldNotes on the Ralegh Family15163-179
1883W. K. WillcocksHenry de Bracton15180-195
1883Rev. J. Erskine RiskSome Recent Revisions of the Drake Chronology15196-201
1883Arthur R. HuntA Reply to a Recent Critique of Notes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part II15202-210
1883W. PengellySlips Connected with Devonshire. Part VI15211-230
1883Mrs TreadwinDevonshire Lace15231-236
1883Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerDevonshire Cyder [cider]15237-245
1883R. N. WorthSir John Hawkins: Sailor, Statesman, Hero15246-285
1883David ShierNotes on Trichonema Columnae15286-289
1883Edward ParfittThe Lichen Flora of Devonshire15290-345
1883Rev. W. DownesGeological Notes Upon the Exe Valley Railway15346-352
1883Arthur R. HuntNotes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part III15353-367
1883W. PengellyDiscoveries in the more recent deposits of the Bovey Basin, Devon15368-395
1883R. N. WorthRocks of the Neighbourhood of Plymouth and Their Stratigraphical Relations15396-415
1883Edward ParfittOn the Temperature and Coral Fauna of the Greensand Sea15416-425
1883Charles WorthyBerry Castle and Its Ancient Lords15426-440
1883Alfred EdwardsA Notice of Some Remarkable Devonshire Centenarians15441-445
1883J. T. WhiteDevoniana. Part II [Devon artists; Prince of Orange at Paignton; a well drilled in Torquay]15446-452
1883Rev. W. DownesOn the Occurrence of Barytes in the Culm-Measure Limestones of Westleigh15453-454
1883R. N. WorthMen and Manners in Stuart Plymouth [extracts from the borough receiver’s accounts]15455-475
1883W. PengellyNotes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part X15476-486
1883H. H. DrakeDrake – The Arms of His Surname and Family. Argent, A Waver-Dragon Gules15487-494
1884Rev. T. R. R. StebbingFrom the Past to the Present: Progressive Development (Presidential Address)1633-51
1884W. PengellyThe literature of Kent’s Cavern. Part V16189-434
1884Rev. S. G. HarrisNotes on the History of Highweek16435-443
1884J. B. DavidsonRemarks on Old Teign Bridge16444-452
1884Richard W. CottonSome Ancient Roads in South Devon16453-479
1884W. PengellyKent’s Cavern and Glacial or re-Glacial Man16480-488
1884E. WindeattEarly Nonconformity in Newton and its Neighbourhood [Newton Abbot]16489-497
1884Rev. W. DownesOn a Newly-discovered Dyke of Mica-Trap at Roseash near South Molton16498-500
1884Edward ParfittOn Palaeolithic Implements and a Roman Coin Found at Broom, in the Valley of the Axe16501-504
1884R. N. WorthSir Francis Drake: His Origin, Arms, and Dealings with Plymouth Corporation16505-552
1884Rev. J. E. RiskSome Recent Revisions of Plymouth History [Drake and the town’s water supply]16553-558
1884Edward WindeattLord Treasurer Clifford16559-569
1884Very Rev. C. MerivaleHerman Merivale, C.B. [author of Lectures on Colonization and Colonies, 1841]16570-580
1884Rev. Canon BrownlowWas St Boniface an Irishman ?16581-598
1884J. Brooking RoweOn Recent Excavations at Buckfast Abbey [includes plan of monastery]16590-594
1884Frederick WillcocksThe Black Assizes in the West [occurrences of Typhus or gaol fever]16595-604
1884W. PengellyNotes on Slips Connected With Devonshire. Part VII16605-626
1884W. C. LakeA Contribution to the Comparative Meteorology of Torquay, Teignmouth and Sidmouth16627-636
1884Rev. W. DownesOn an Explosion, supposed to have been Aerial,which was heard in East and South Devon on the 13th January, 188416637-640
1884E. ParfittOn Earthquakes in Devonshire16641-661
1884Rev. S. G. HarrisHighweek: Gleanings From a Parish Chest16662-669
1884Charles WorthyNotes Genealogical and Historical. Being a Second Essay towards a History of Bideford16670-702
1884John LaneThe Court Rolls of the Manor and Borough of Paignton, Devon, with some Notes on the Tenure of the Manor16703-724
1884R. N. WorthSome Notes on the Earlier Municipal History of Plymouth16725-748
1884E. ParfittFauna of Devon: Hemiptera Heteroptera; or Plant Bugs16749-774
1884W. PengellyNotes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XI.16775-824
1885R. F. WeymouthDevonshire Dialect (Presidential Address)1733-63
1885J. B. DavidsonSeaton Before the Conquest [before the norman Conquest]17193-196
1885W. PengellyPrince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part I17199-214
1885R. N. WorthThe Siege Accounts of Plymouth [1644 (1645)]17215-239
1885Rev. W. DownesGeological Notes upon the Honiton District17240-245
1885W. K. WillcocksDevonshire Men at the Inner temple, 1547-166017246-265
1885T. N. BrushfieldThe Bibliography of the Rev. George Oliver, D.D., of Exeter [1781-1861]17266-276
1885P. O. HutchinsonHoneyditches [Seaton]17277-280
1885E. ParfittEarthquakes in Devonshire. Supplement17281-284
1885A. SomervailOn the probable Volcanic Origin of the Breccias at the Base of the Trias in South Devon; and the Conditions prevailing during their Accumulation17285
1885W. C. LakeSequel to a Contribution to the Comparative Meteorology of Torquay, Teignmouth and Sidmouth17286-291
1885A. R. HuntNotes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part IV17292-297
1885E. WindeattEarly Nonconformity in the Neighbourhood of Seaton17298-312
1885W. PengellySlips Connected With Devonshire. Part VIII17313-323
1885F. WillcocksNotes on the Devonshire Colic and Its Connection With Cider17324-334
1885W. R. Hall JordanMigration of Insects17335-336
1885G. Wareing OrmerodOn the Substitution of Firearms for the Long-Bow, and Contributions to the National Armament at Chagford, in the County of Devon, during the Sixteenth Century17337-344
1885R. N. WorthNotes on the Ancient Recorded Topography of Devon17345-365
1885E. ParfittThe Moss Flora and Hepatics of Devon17366-424
1885W. PengellyNotes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XII.17425-449
1885The late Rev. Treasurer J. M. HawkerChanges in Travelling on the Road between Exeter and Plymouth during the last Sixty Years, 1825-188517450-458
1886Sir J. B. PhearLandholding in Devon in Norman Times [Domesday] in contrast with the Landholding of Modern Days (Presidential Address)1833-54
1886Canon BrownlowNotes on the Early History of St. Marychurch18149-160
1886W. PengellyHappaway Cavern, Torquay18161-170
1886Alex. SomervailThe Physiography of Torquay. The Geological Structure and Origin of its Hills and Valleys18171-179
1886Rev. W. DownesGeological Notes on the Honiton District18180-183
1886Richard W. CottonAn Expedition Against Pirates [from Barnstaple, 1612]18184-196
1886P. VarwellNotes on the Ancient Parish of Brixham, Devon, and some on its Ancient People18197-214
1886Rev. S. G. HarrisNotes on the State of Newton and its Neighbourhood Before the Fifteenth Century18215-228
1886T. N. BrushfieldThe Bishopric of Exeter, 1419-1420. A contribution to the history of the See [John Catrik]18229-260
1886W. K. WillcocksNotes on Prince’s Lives of Sir William Pole and Thomas Risdon18261-268
1886W. PengellyPrince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part II18269-369
1886G. Wareing OrmerodNotices on Certain Ecclesiastical Matters at Chagford in Olden Time [tithes in 1593; Chantry priests in 1549; St Mary’s Chapel in 1480s and 1530s]18370-375
1886R. N. WorthWhat is a Camp? [discusses origin and derivation]18376-381
1886Edward ParfittDevon Fresh-Water Algae18382-423
1886Henri B. S. WoodhouseThe Significance of some Early Forms of the Name Eddystone18424-428
1886The Very Rev. Canon BrownlowLand and Labour in St. Marychurch in Saxon Times18429-441
1886Robert DymondThoms Luny, Marine Painter [of Teignmouth; died 1837]18442-449
1886T. N. BrushfieldSir W. Ralegh: A Plea For a Surname18450-461
1886R. N. WorthWilliam of Worcester. Devon’s Earliest Topographer [William Bottoner, 1415-1484]18462-487
1886W. PengellyNotes on Notices of the Geology and Palaeontology of Devonshire. Part XIII18458-510
1887Rev. Dr W. H. DallingerDiscoveries in Science (Presidential Address)1925-38
1887Robert DymondThomas Luny, Marine Painter. Part II19107-190
1887James HineReynolds of Plympton [Joshua Reynolds, Painter]19191-216
1887W. PengellyPrince’s Worthies of Devon and the Dictionary of National Biography. Part III19217-348
1887Alex. SomervailOn the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire19349-362
1887R. N. WorthBeginnings of Plympton History19363-376
1887W. F. CollierVenville Rights on Dartmoor19377-385
1887Edward WindeattEarly Nonconformity in Plympton19386-388
1887T. N. BrushfieldSir Walter Raleigh and His ‘ History of the World’19389-418
1887R. N. WorthOn the Occurrence of Human Remains in a Bone Cave at Cattedown19419-437
1887Very Rev. Canon BrownlowWere the Devonshire Villani Serfs?19438-450
1887Winslow JonesThe Slannings of Leye, Bickleigh, and Maristow19451-466
1887R. N. WorthThe Igneous and Altered Rocks of South-West Devon19467-497
1887Arthur Roope HuntThe Evidence of the Skerries Shoal on the Wearing of Fine Sands by Waves19498-515
1887G. PycroftBiography of Samuel Cousins, R.A., Member of the Legion of Honour19516-529
1887Charles WorthyThomas Chafe, of Doddescote, Gentleman [mayor of Exeter in 1568 and 1576]19530-537
1887Edward WindeattNotes on an old Lawsuit relative to the Rights of Seats in Totnes Church19538-546
1887Edward ParfittSecond Supplement to Paper on Earthquakes in Devonshire from the Earliest Records to the Present Time19547-554
1887J. Brooking RoweThe Borough of Plympton: Its Charters and Parliamentary Representation19555-674
1887The late Rev. J. HellinsThe Alleged Tomb of Bishop Leofric in Exeter Cathedral19675-678
1888Very Rev. B. CowieRecent Strides in Knowledge (Presidential Address)2025-33
1888William CottonGlimpses of Elizabethan Households [probate inventory of William Chappell]2069-112
1888Frances B. JamesSir Henry Rosewell, a Devon Worthy: His Ancestry and History [1590-1656]20113-122
1888Thomas AndrewSome Notes on the Well at the Exeter City Asylum20123-128
1888R. N. WorthTraces of Roman Occupation near Plymouth20129-140
1888W. A. E. UssherThe Granite of Dartmoor. Part I20141-148
1888W. A. E. UssherGranite of Dartmoor. Part II20149-157
1888Rev. S. Baring GouldSome Devon Monoliths20158-162
1888T. N. BrushfieldAndrew Brice and the Early Exeter Newspaper Press20163-214
1888Alexander SomervailOn the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire. Part II20215-224
1888Arthur Roope HuntThe Raised Beach on the Thatcher Rock: Its Shells and Their Teaching20225-253
1888Robert DymondThe Customs of the Manors of Braunton20254-303
1888Winslow JonesThe Slannings of Leye, Bickleigh, and Maristow20304-305
1888H. B. S. WoodhouseThe “Ashwater” of William of Worcester [suggests it is Saltash]20306-311
1888R. N. WorthThe Controversy Touching Ship Money in the Reign of James I20312-331
1888Edward ParfittThe Fauna of Devon. Phytophagous Hymenoptera – Saw-flies20332-351
1888Very Rev. Canon BrownlowChristmas with Bishop Grandisson20352-372
1888J. PhillipsArt and Science in Devonshire Villages20373-375
1888Rev. S. Baring GouldA Gold-Washing Apparatus20376-377
1888Thomas AndrewSome Notes on a Natural Pipe from a Sand-pit in the Breccia Series, in the Parish of Heavitree20378-382
1888J. R. ChanterCluniac Houses in Devon. A Visitation of the Province in 1279 [alien Priories of St James, Exeter and St Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple]20383-390
1888G. Wareing OrmerodNote on Deep Borings at the Waterworks and in the Trias, at Teignmouth, Devon20391-397
1888Winslow JonesThomas Chafe, of Doddescott, in St. Giles-in-the-Wood (Brother-in-Law of Tristram Risdon, the Antiquary)20398-399
1888T. N. BrushfieldWho wrote the “Exmoor Scolding and Courtship”?20400-409
1888R. N. WorthThe Limestones of the Plymouth District20410-423
1889W. H. HudlestonPhysical History of the South West with Special reference to Dartmoor (Presidential Address)2125-59
1889R. N. WorthNotes on the Early History of Tavistock21132-137
1889Rev. D. P. AlfordFour Tavistock Worthies of the Seventeenth Century – John Maynard – William Browne – Thomas Larkham – Richard Peeke21138-147
1889Edward WindeattEarly Nonconformity in Tavistock21148-158
1889J. PhillipsA Cottage Art School in a Devonshire Village [Newton Abbot, Bovey Tracy, Abbotskerswell, Kingskerswell]21159-165
1889Arthur B. ProwseNotes on the Neighbourhood of White Tor, West Dartmoor21166-170
1889Mrs G. H. RadfordHistory of the Church at Lydford, with some Account of Its Rectors21171-200
1889Sir J. B. PhearNote on “Braunton Great Field” [includes a plan]21201-204
1889D. RadfordThe Natural Water Storage on Dartmoor21205-209
1889Robert BurnardNews From the West, 1643-164621210-227
1889Mrs Grace JohnstoneAn Old Parish Chest [Tavistock]21228-237
1889Arthur R. HuntOn the Age of the Granites of Dartmoor and the English Channel21238-260
1889R. N. WorthGeological Notes on the South-Western Line Between Lydford and Devonport21261-288
1889W. F. CollierThe Duchy of Cornwall on Dartmoor21289-299
1889P. F. S. AmeryThe Ancient Office of Portreeve21300-304
1889R. N. WorthMunicipal Life in Tavistock21305-311
1889T. N. BrushfieldThe Birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh21312-330
1889James HineThe Origin of Axminster Carpets21331-337
1889Edward ParfittMarine Algae of Devon21338-382
1889Frances B. TroupThe Sainthills of Bradninch; being a Pedigree of the Family with Notes thereon, and Copies of Documents relating to the Family History21383-394
1889Frances B. TroupA Cavalier’s Notebook: continued by His Son with notes by the late Robert Dymond [Sainthill of Bradninch]21395-418
1889F. T. ElworthyHugh Rhodes [master of the King’s choristers in reign of Henry VIII]21419-430
1889Robert BurnardThe Great Central Trackway – Dartmoor21431-436
1889W. A. E. UssherDevonian of the Western Region and Geology of Tavistock21437-451
1889Alexander SomervailOn the Metamorphic and Associated Rocks of the Extreme South of Devonshire. Part III21452-459
1889Arthur R. HuntNotes on the Submarine Geology of the English Channel off the Coast of South Devon. Part V21460-487
1889Winslow JonesElize Hele21488-497
1889John Ingle DredgeA Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography21498-548



1890The Right Hon. Lord ClintonOur Obligation to Men of Science (Presidential Address)2225-36
1890Mrs G. H. RadfordLady Howard of Fitzford [1596-1671]2266-110
1890W. C. LakeNotes on the Streets of Teignmouth, and on their Nomenclature22111-128
1890H. W. StrongA Contribution to the Commercial History of Devonshire22129-137
1890Daniel RadfordWorking Mens’ Dwellings [Larkbeare, Exeter]22138-142
1890Rev. J. B. PearsonSix Assessments of Devon, 1291-188322143-185
1890Townshend M. HallOn the Association of Minerals and Fossils in North Devon22166-168
1890R. N. WorthContact Metamorphism in Devonshire22169-184
1890Arthur B. ProwseNotes on the Neighbourhood of Taw Marsh, North Dartmoor22185-199
1890Robert BurnardNotes on Dartmoor Kistvaens22200-207
1890T. N. BrushfieldDescription of a Perforated Stone Implement found in the Parish of Withycombe Raleigh22208-211
1890The Very Rev. Canon BrownlowSt. Willibald: A West-country Pilgrim of the Eighth Century22212-228
1890Rev. D. P. AlfordThe Inscribed Stones in the Vicarage Garden, Tavistock22229-233
1890Townshend M. HallSome North Devon Traps [geological identification of discarded ship-ballast]22234-236
1890R. N. WorthA Hut Cluster on Dartmoor [at Shell Top, Lee Moor]22237-239
1890Sir J. B. PhearNote on a Court Roll of Hulham Manor [1585-1587]22240-249
1890H. B. S. WoodhouseLouis the Fourteenth and the Eddystone Lighthouse [workmen and tools seized by French]22250-254
1890J. PhillipsArts and Crafts in Devon [the work of the Home Art and Industries Association and the Recreative Evening Schools Association]22255-259
1890T. N. BrushfieldNotes on the Parish of East Budleigh22260-316
1890Townshend M. HallOn Barum Tobacco-pipes and North Devon Clays22317-323
1890John Ingle DredgeA Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography22344-356
1891R. N. WorthRoman Devon (Presidential Address)2325-101
1891Frances B. TroupBiographical Notes on Dr. Matthew Sutcliffe, Dean of Exeter, 1588-162923171-196
1891Winslow JonesThe Font in Dolton Church, North Devon23197-202
1891Sir J. B. PhearAdditional Notes on the Parish of East Budleigh23203-214
1891Rev. A. MozleyThe Land Family of Woodbeare Court, Plymtree23215-224
1891Very Rev. Canon BrownlowThe Brother and Sister of Saint Willibald23225-238
1891T. N. BrushfieldThe Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part I23239-306
1891A. B. ProwseThe Ancient Metropolis of Dartmoor23307-314
1891R. N. WorthSome Devonshire Merchants’ Marks [sixteenth and seventeenth century]23315-317
1891Sir J. B. PhearRecent Discoveries at the Castle, Exeter [excavation under the floor of Castle Lodge]23318-321
1891E. ParfittDevon Collembola and Thysanura23322-352
1891F. 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]23353-370
1891J. PhillipsTechnical Education in Devon23371-375
1891W. H. K. WrightThe Progress of Devonshire Bibliography23376-388
1891H. W. StrongThe Potteries of North Devon [Barnstaple; Fremington]23389-393
1891William E. PidsleyThe Ornithology of Devonshire23394-399
1891R. N. WorthNotes on some of the Rocks of North Devon23400-407
1891H. W. StrongLeather Money from Hartland [leather “coins” circulated in early nineteenth century]23408-409
1891H. M. RankilorBlundelliana [Peter Blundell and others connected with school and church in Tiverton]23410-419
1891R. Pearse ChopeThe Dialect of Hartland23420-429
1891The late G. Wareing OrmerodSketch of the Postal Services in Devonshire from 1784-1890 [mail coach services from London to Devon introduced in 1785]23430-442
1892A. H. A. HamiltonThe Social Sciences in Devon in the late nineteenth century (Presidential Address)24PA
1892F. H. ColsonHerrick in Devonshire2470-75
1892R. N. WorthNotes on Roman Devon2476
1892Rev. S. G. HarrisSamuel Hieron: A Devonshire Vicar in the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I2477-85
1892W. F. CollierSome Sixty Years Reminiscences of Plymouth2486-95
1892Mrs G. H. RadfordThomas Larkham [1602-1669]2496-146
1892Sir J. B. PhearAdditional Discoveries at the Castle, Exeter [skeletal remains and coins]24147-150
1892Very Rev. Canon BrownlowSaint Boniface in England24151-162
1892Winslow JonesSir John de Sully, K.G. [fourteenth century]24163-182
1892R. N. WorthMaterials for a Census of Devonian Granites and Felsites24183-213
1892P. F. S. AmeryA Chapter in Devonshire History: County Defence in 1794-1797 [coastal defence and volunteer forces against possible French invasion attempt]24214-218
1892T. N. BrushfieldThe Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part II24219-358
1892F. T. ElworthyCanonsleigh24359-376
1892Walter GarstangOn some New and Rare Marine Animals Recently Discovered on the Coast of Devonshire24377-386
1892R. N. WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor24387-417
1892Arthur B. ProwseThe Bounds of the Forest of Dartmoor24418-430
1892Rev. D. P. Alford“Dick of Devonshire”. A Review with Extracts [Play c.1627 by Thomas Heywood about Richard “Manly” Peeke of Tavistock]24431-440
1892The Rev. R. E. HooppellThe Froudes, or Frowdes, of Devon [geneaology 1261-1892]24441-457
1892Frances B. TroupEllis Veryard, of Plymtree, Physician and Author. A Devon Worthy. Born 1657. Died 171424458-469
1892J. T. CunninghamRecent Additions to our Knowledge of the Natural History of Some Devonshire Sea Fishes24470-475
1892John Ingle DredgeA few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography. The Third Sheaf.24476-526
1893T. N. BrushfieldDevonshire Literary Works and Their Authors (Presidential Address)2525-158
1893Paul Q. KarkeekThe Story of Torbay25249-260
1893R. N. WorthSide-Lights on the Early History of Torquay25261-270
1893Alfred ChandlerThe Climate of Torquay25271-275
1893W. F. CollierDevonshire Dialect25276-285
1893Sir Frederick PollockThe Devonshire Domesday25286-298
1893Sir John B. PhearOn the Association’s English Version of the Devonshire Domesday25299-308
1893R. N. WorthThe Identifications of the Domesday Manors of Devon25309-342
1893Rev. J. S. BurnsSyon Abbey [Devon properties of the monastery]25343-355
1893Rev. J. Ingle DredgeThe Marwood List of Briefs, 1714-177425356-381
1893E. G. PunchardPunchard of Heanton-Punchardon, County Devon25382-388
1893T. W. WindeattWills, The Australian Explorer [William John Wills, bn Totnes 1834. Surveyor. Crossed Australia with Burke, died returning in 1861]25389-405
1893J. M. MartinSome Further Notes on Exmouth Warren25406-415
1893Winslow JonesThe Author of ‘The Worthies of Devon’ and the Prince Family25416-430
1893The Right Rev. Monsignor BrownlowA Visitation of St. Mary Church in 130125431-447
1893T. N. BrushfieldRichard Izacke and His ‘Antiquities of Exeter’25448-469
1893Rev. S. G. HarrisJohn Tucker: Parish Clerk of Cornworthy and Antiquary25470-481
1893Robert Burnard and Arthur ProwsePlace-Names in Volume I of the Publications of the Dartmoor Preservation Association25482-509
1893Rev. T. W. WhaleSome Remarks on the Bounds of the Forest of Dartmoor, with Special Reference to the Parishes of Throwleigh, Chagford, and Gidleigh25510-534
1893J. PhillipsArts and Crafts on Dartmoor in the Year Queen Victoria was Crowned25535-540
1893R. N. WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part II25541-546
1893J. M. MartinBroadbury and its Ancient Earthworks25547-551
1893Rev. John Ingle DredgeA Few Sheaves Devon Bibliography. Fourth Sheaf25552-601
1893John PhillipsAt Last [Technical Education Committee, Devon County Council]25600-603
1894Sir Frederick PollockEarly English Freeholders (Presidential Address)26 
1894S. Baring Gould, R. Burnard, R. N. Worth, W. A. Gordon Gray, R. H. WorthThe Exploration of Grimspound. First Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee26101-121
1894R. N. WorthEarly Days in South Molton26122-132
1894Rev. Oswald J. ReichelSome Suggestions to Aid in Identifying the Place-Names in the Devonshire Domesday26133-167
1894H. J. CarpenterFurse of Morsehead. A Family Record of the Sixteenth Century26168-184
1894Robert BurnardExploration of the Hut Circles in Broadun Ring and Broadun26185-196
1894Rev. S. Baring GouldHut Circles at Tavy Cleave26197-198
1894W. F. CollierDartmoor for Devonshire [ought to be bought for Devonshire people]26199-208
1894The Right Rev. Bishop BrownlowClerical and Social Life in Devon in 128726209-229
1894Rev. S. G. HarrisChurston Ferrers and Brixham Records of Briefs, 1722-1827 and 1706-176626230-236
1894T. N. BrushfieldThe Church of All Saints, East Budleigh. Part III26237-295
1894R. N. WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part III26296-297
1894Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Leuca or Lug of Domesday26298-302
1894G. Mark DoeThe Blowing-up of Great Torrington Church, 16th February, 164526303-311
1894Mrs Frances B. TroupRev. Matthew Mundy, i,ii,iii,iv. [Plymtree]26312-334
1894T. N. BrushfieldThe Churchwardens’ Accounts of East Budleigh [1663-1836]26335-400
1894R. N. WorthResidents in the Three Towns in 1522-1523. (Lay subsidy Rolls for Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Compton and Devonport)26401-415
1894Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Hundred of Hartland in the Geld Roll26416-418
1894Arthur B. ProwseIndex to Risdon’s Survey of Devon – Personal Names. Edition of 1811, including additions up to 1810.26419-450
1894Miss Helen SaundersA List of Plants growing wild in the Parish of South Molton and some neighbouring Parishes26451-466
1895The Right Hon. Lord HalsburyThe Relation of Archaeology to Science, Art and Literature (Presidential Address)2725-33
1895S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, R. N. Worth, R. Hansford Worth, J. Brooking Rowe, J. D. Pode, George B. BerrySecond Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [includes Merrivale, Postbridge, Shapley Common]2781-82
1895R. N. WorthOkehampton Beginnings2793-112
1895W. F. CollierSport on Dartmoor [hunting deer and fox]27113-123
1895R. N. WorthOkehampton castle27124-136
1895Sir J. B. PhearRecent Repairs to the Castle at Exeter27137-143
1895Rev. T. W. WhaleManors in Bratton Clovelly27144-164
1895Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Devonshire Domesday. II. Devonshire Domesday and the Geld Roll27165-198
1895Rev. C. H. TaylorAn 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 181027199-212
1895W. F. CollierDartmoor and the County Council of Devonshire27213-221
1895George M. DoeSamuel Stoddon [nonconformist divine, ejected from Buckland in Somerset in 1662]27222-225
1895P. Q. KarkeekA Short Chapter from the Story of Torbay, 166727226-233
1895W. C. LakeThe Frosts of 1855 and 1895 as Observed at Teignmouth27234-242
1895A. R. HuntProfessorial and Amateur Research in South Devon27243-296
1895R. N. WorthNotes on the Geology of Okehampton27297-310
1895T. N. BrushfieldDevonshire Briefs. Part I27311-357
1895Mrs G. H. RadfordSydenham27358-361
1895Joseph HarperThe Barnstaple Parish registers27362-373
1895R. N. WorthDomesday Identifications – The Hundreds27374-403
1895Rev. Oswald J. ReichelHulham Manor. A Sketch Historical and Economic27404-436
1895R. N. WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part IV27437-442
1895A. B. ProwseIndex to Personal Names in Westcote’s View of Devonshire in 1630 and His Devon Pedigrees27443-486
1896Rev. S. Baring GouldThe Prehistoric Ethnology and Archaeology of Devon and Dartmoor in Particular (Presidential Address)2825-49
1896Rev. S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, J. Duke Pode, R. Hansford WorthThird Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Whiten Ridge, Legis Tor, Har Tor, Raddick Hill, Lake Head Hill, Cosdon, Whitmoorstone Circle]28174-199
1896W. F. CollierThe Purchase of Dartmoor [includes two maps of enclosures on Dartmoor c.1820 and 1895. Comments on Work of Dartmoor Preservation Society]28200-208
1896P. F. S. AmeryA Tangle in the History of Ashburton28209-218
1896Rev. J. B. PearsonThe Representatives of the Borough of Ashburton [1298, 1407, 1661-1865]28219-227
1896E. WindeattEarly Nonconformity in Ashburton28228-237
1896Rev. W. M. BirchThe Parish registers of Ashburton and Buckland in the Moor28238-243
1896F. H. FirthRed Deer in Buckland Woods28244-246
1896J. S. AmeryResidents in Ashburton and Adjoining Parishes in 1588 [from Lay Subsidy Roll]28247-256
1896P. Q. KarkeekJacobite Days in the West28257-271
1896T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana [Walter Ralegh and Hayes Barton; Ralegh’s wives and children; death and interment]28272-312
1896C. E. RobinsonA Photographic Survey of Devonshire [call for project to photograph people, places ceremonies, objects of interest]28313-315
1896Rev. S. G. HarrisSome Devonshire Reminiscences of the Nineteenth Century28316-322
1896R. N. WorthSome Devonian Items [Deeds, Wills, etc. Mainly relating to Ashburton, Widecombe and Buckfastleigh]28323-338
1896T. W. WindeattJohn Knowles, F.R.S. [1781-1841, buried Ashburton]28339-341
1896Helen SaundersDevonshire Revels28342-350
1896J. Stevens NeckA List of the Rectors of Moretonhampstead [1259-1866]28351-352
1896The Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Stockleigh Parishes near Crediton and some of their Surroundings28353-361
1896Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Devonshire “Domesday”. III. Berry Pomeroy and Stockleigh Pomeroy. A contribution to the economic history of the cultivating classes in Domesday28362-390
1896Rev. T. W. WhaleAnalysis of Exon. Domesday28391-463
1896Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Domesday Hundreds. Part II.28464-493
1896J. S. AmeryThe Warrens of Headborough and Their Descendants28494-502
1896A. R. HuntWest Country Geological Problems28507-532
1896E. A. S. ElliotSome Changes in the County Ornis, noticed particularly in the South Hams [ornithology]28503-532
1896Alexander SomervailPrehistoric Torbay28533-546
1896Rev. J. Ingle DredgeA Few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography: Fifth Sheaf28547-605
1896T. N. BrushfieldDevonshire Briefs: Part II28606-711
1896The late R. N. WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part V28712-713
1896The late R. N. WorthThe Tything of Compton Gifford28714-770
1896E. WindeattSome Ancient Totnes Seals28771-773
1896George G. Hind and Howard FoxSupplementary Notes on the Radiolarian Rocks in the Lower Culm Measures to the west of Dartmoor28774-789
1897James HineThe Preservation of Devon’s Monuments (Presidential Address)2925-42
1897S. Baring Gould, R. Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, J. Duke Pode, R. Hansford WorthFourth 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]29145-165
1897Edmund A. S. ElliotA Century’s Work on Ornithology in the Kingsbridge District29167-174
1897Rev. W. H. ThorntonSome Reminiscences of the Wykes of South Tawton29175-181
1897John Harris SquareEpitaphs from Churches, Churchyards, and Burial Places29182-215
1897Rev. T. W. WhaleExchequer Tax Books and Domesday Identification29216-224
1897Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Domesday Hundreds. Part V.29225-244
1897Rev. Oswald J. ReichelDomesday Hundreds. Part III29245-274
1897J. M. MartinThe Camelford of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Where was it?29275-285
1897F. T. ColbyMottoes of some Devonshire Families29286-290
1897T. N. BrushfieldOn the Destruction of ‘Vermin’ in Rural Parishes29291-349
1897Mrs Frances B. TroupAn Exeter Worthy and his Biographer: Ignatius Jourdain [1561-1640]29350-377
1897Robert BurnardDartmoor Stone Implements and Weapons29378-385
1897Alex. SomervailOn the Absence of Small Lakes, or Tarns, from the Area of Dartmoor29386-389
1897A. R. HuntWest Country Geological Problems29390-424
1897H. M. EvansList of all the Birds proved to have been Found within the British Isles29425-452
1897Rev. Oswald J. ReichelExtracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II relating to Devon29453-509
1897Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Bishoprics and Lands of the Five Western Dioceses29510-513
1897The late R. N. WorthSome Notes on the Tithing of Pennycross, or Weston Peveril29514-517
1897George J. Hinde and Howard FoxAdditional Notes on the Radiolarian Rocks in the Lower Culm-Measures to the East and North-east of Dartmoor29518-523
1898The Right Hon. Lord ColeridgeParliamentary Boroughs of Devon (Presidential Address)3025-41
1898S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, John D. Pode, R. Hansford WorthFifth 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]3097-115
1898Frances B. TroupHoniton in 153030117-126
1898Thomas Cann HughesSome Notes on Rectors of Honiton Since The Commonwealth30127-131
1898J. Y. A. MoresheadA History of Salcombe Regis [East Devon]30132-146
1898Mrs G. H. RadfordAndrew and Nicholas Tremayne30147-157
1898T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part II [Ralegh and the introduction of potato and tobacco into Britain]30158-197
1898Helen SaundersBotanical Notes [plants in South Molton, Okehampton, Ashburton, Kingsbridge]30198-202
1898Rev. T. W. WhaleThe Tax Roll of ‘Testa de Nevil’ [1244]30203-257
1898Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Devonshire “Domesday”. IV. The “Domesday” Churches of Devon30258-315
1898J. D. PrickmanWest Country Wit and Humour: with some examples30316-330
1898Mrs Frances B. TroupA Forgotten Page of the Ecclesiastical History of Seaton30331-349
1898Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Rise of Plymouth as a Naval Port30350-361
1898Alex. SomervailOn the Culm Conglomerates of South Devon and their relations to an apparent break in the sequence of that formation30362-365
1898Alex. SomervailOn the Denudation of the Culm Rocks from the Area of South Devon30367-370
1898Rev. J. B. PearsonDevonshire in Parliament, 1660-183230371-377
1898R. Hansford WorthEvidences of Glaciation in Devonshire30378-390
1898Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe “Domesday” Hundreds of Devon. VI. The Hundred of Witheridge30391-433
1898Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe “Domesday” Hundreds of Devon. VII and VIII. The Hundreds of Bampton and Ufculm 434-457
1898G. C. BignellThe Ichneumonidae (parasitic flies) of the South of Devon30458-504
1898Rev. J. Kestell FloyerAnnals of the Family of Floyer30505-524
1899The Rev. Canon EdmondsFormation and Fortunes of Exeter Cathedral Library (Presidential Address)3125-50
1899S. Baring Gould, Robert Burnard, J. Brooking Rowe, John D. Pode, R. Hansford Worth, Irvine K. AndersonSixth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [White Tor – camp of Whittor]31148-155
1899G. M. DoeGreat Torrington Commons31156-169
1899Rev. F. T. ColbyTorrington Worthies [eighteenth and nineteenth centuries]31170-179
1899A. ChandlerThe Average Temperature, Rainfall, and Sunshine of Devon31180-184
1899Maxwell AdamsA Brief Account Ashton Church and of some of the Chudleighs of Ashton31185-194
1899T. N. BrushfieldAids to the Poor in a Rural Parish [East Budleigh, 1561-1827]31199-284
1899Rev. S. G. HarrisNotes on the History of Newton Abbot31285-297
1899Joseph HarperBarnstaple Registers (Chiefly Medical) [nineteenth century]31298-304
1899Mrs Frances B. TroupNicholas Monk, the King’s Messenger, and the Honest Clergyman [bn Potheridge c.1609; dd 1691]31305-325
1899E. A. Savage ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District (August, 1898-1899)31326-330
1899The late Rev. J. Ingle DredgeA few Sheaves of Devon Bibliography31331-355
1899R. H. WorthThe Bottom Deposits of the English Channel from the Eddystone to Start Point, near the Thirty-fathom Line31356-375
1899Rev. T. W. WhaleThe Tax Roll for Devon, 31 Edward I31376-429
1899Rev. S. Baring GouldIrish Conquests and Colonies in Dumnonia and Wales31430-455
1899R. h. WorthThe Relation of Leaf and Stem. A Note in Structural Botany31456-464
1899R. Hansford WorthThe Pilchard ‘Constitutions’ in the White Book of the Plymouth Corporation, 23 and 26 Eliz.31465-466



1900The Right Hon. Lord CliffordDevon’s Defences Against the Spanish Armada (Presidential Address)3225-34
1900T. W. WindeattNotes on Totnes Trained Bands and Volunteers [seventeenth century]3293-105
1900T. W. StainthorpeYe Ancient Bull Ring at Totnes32106-110
1900Edward WindeattTotnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties, 1627-167632111-141
1900Sir Roper LethbridgeApple Culture and Cider Making in Devonshire32142-194
1900Miss Lega-WeekesThe Old Mansion of North Wyke32195-206
1900Rev. John B. PearsonChurch Houses in Devon32206-211
1900Helen SaundersThe History of a North Devon Parish: Rose Ash32212-228
1900Maxwell AdamsSome Notes on the Churches and Manors of East and West Ogwell32229-248
1900Mrs Frances B. TroupBiographical Sketch of Rev. Christopher Jelinger, M.A. [seventeenth century Calvinist and scholar born in the Rhineland Palatinate, settled in Devon – Exeter, Kingsbridge]32249-270
1900E. A. S. ElliotNotes From an Unpublished MS of a Contemporary of Colonel Montagu: Dr A. G. C. Tucker, of Ashburton [1778-1832]32271-276
1900E. A. S. ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on Birds in the South Hams District. (Part II)32277-282
1900Thomas Cann HughesSome Notes on the Vicars of Great Torrington since the Commonwealth32283-288
1900George M. DoeSome Notes on the Leper Hospital which formerly existed at Taddiport, Little Torrington32289-295
1900J. S. AmeryNotes on Blagdon Barton, near Totnes, and Its Owners32296-300
1900J. Brooking RoweThe Second Volume of John Prince’s “Worthies of Devon”32301-308
1900T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part III [ancestor of Sir Walter Ralegh]32309-340
1900Rev. S. Baring GouldDevon and Cornwall Calendar32341-389
1900T. W. WindeattAdmiral Sir Frederick Thomas Michell, K.C.B. [1788-1873 – links with Totnes]32390-399
1900Edward WindeattThe Muniments of the Corporation of Totnes. Part I32400-406
1900Rev. John B. PearsonOn an Estate formerly belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster [Whitestone, near Exeter]32407-411
1900Edward WindeattEarly Nonconformity in Totnes32412-430
1900Edward WindeattThe M.P.’s for the Borough of Totnes [1295-1893]32431-453
1900Thomas Cann HughesSome Notes on the Vicars of Totnes Since the Commonwealth32454-459
1900A. R. Hunt“Maister Thomas Hunt, Late Mayor of this Citie of Exeter” [dd 1548]32460-490
1900R. H. WorthThe Commoner Foraminifera of the English Channel from the Hand Deeps to Start Point, at or near the Thirty-fathom line32491-502
1900Maxwell AdamsThe Castle, Manor-house and Church of Clifton, near Dartmouth32503-514
1900Rev. J. Erskine RiskThe Pilchard ‘Constitutions’ in the White Book of the Plymouth Corporation, 23 and 26 Eliz.32515-520
1900T. W. WhalePrinciples of the “Domesday” Survey and “Feudal Aids”32521-551
1900Arthur J. JewersThe Church of Holbeton and its Monumental Remains32552-570
1901Sir Roper LethbridgeHands Across the Sea (Presidential Address) [distribution of Devon familes in the colonies and America]3339-76
1901The late S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford WorthSeventh Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Cranbrook Castle hillfort near Moretonhampstead, kistvaens in Archerton Newtake near Powder Mills leat, plan of Langstone Moor settlement]33129-138
1901T. N. BrushfieldThe Financial Diary of a Citizen of Exeter, 1631-1643 [John Hayne]33187-269
1901Maxwell AdamsAn Index to the Printed Literature Relating to the Antiquities, History, and Topography of Exeter33270-308
1901J. D. PrickmanFragmentary Notes of the French Prisoners in the West of England and other places in the early part of the Nineteenth Century33309-321
1901Mrs G. H. RadfordEdmund and Richard Tremayne [Edmund dd 1582, Richard dd 1584]33322-331
1901W. F. C. JordanThe Adventures of the Ann, of the Port of Exeter, 1803-180633332-335
1901F. B. DickinsonThe Early Register of the Parish of Fen Ottery, 1596-168033336-362
1901Rev. T. W. WhaleExtracts from the Red Book and Notes on the Pipe Rolls of Henry II33363-398
1901Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesNeighbours of North Wyke33399-468
1901Miss Helen SaundersBotanical Notes33469-474
1901E. A. S. ElliotOn 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]33475-483
1901Rev. J. Erskine-RiskApprenticeship Indentures from Stockleigh English Parish Chest33484-494
1901Arthur B. ProwseThe Antiquities of Ockery and Roundhill, Dartmoor33495-499
1901William InghamSome Statistics dealing with Evaporation, Rainfall, and Delivery of Streams in Devonshire33500-509
1901Mrs Frances B. TroupNotes on the District Probate Registry at Exeter33510-516
1901Alexander SomervailOn the Occurrence of Pleistocene Deposits in the bottom of the Teign Gorge33517-520
1901Alexander SomervailOn the Excavation of the Teign Gorge33521-522
1901Harford J. LoweOn the Relation of the South Devon Schists to the Devonian Slates33523-531
1901Rev. W. P. S. BinghamModus for the Parish of Kenton, confirmed at the Castle of Exeter, 160633532-534
1901Edward WindeattTotnes: its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part II33535-551
1901Arthur B. ProwseA hitherto undescribed Granite Cross on the ‘Abbot’s Way’, Dartmoor33552-553
1901Rev. Oswald J. ReichelDevonshire Domesday. Part V. The Hundreds33554-602
1901Rev. Oswald J. ReichelDevonshire Domesday. Part VI. Identifications33603-639
1901J. D. PrickmanA Chapter in the History of the Chapel of St. James in the Borough of Okehampton33640-650
1901W. DaviesNotes on Kingsbridge Documents, etc.33651-656
1901G. C. BignellThe Ichneumonidae of South Devon33657-692
1901The late R. W. CottonFord and Its Associations33693-713
1901Arthur J. JewersThe Churches of Colyton and Shute, and the Pole Monuments there33714-741
1902Rev. William HarpleySurvey of the Work of the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address)3440-53
1902Robert Burnard, I. K. Anderson, Rev. S. Baring Gould, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford WorthEighth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Stannon Down hut circles, Greyhound Marsh Postbridge tinner’s hut]34160-165
1902Robert BurnardThe Disappearing Stone Monuments of Dartmoor34166-167
1902Sir Roper LethbridgeThe Bideford and Okehampton Railway of 183134168-200
1902Rev. Preb. R. GranvilleA History of the Church at Bideford and some of its Rectors34201-222
1902Alexander G. DuncanThe Long Bridge of Bideford34223-264
1902Rev. Oswald J. ReichelExtracts from a Devonshire Lady’s Travel in France in the Eighteenth Century [Jane Parminter, 1750-1810, of A la Ronde, Exmouth]34265-275
1902T. N. BrushfieldJohn Sixtinus, Archpriest of Haccombe, Sixteenth Century34276-288
1902Rev. T. W. WhaleIndex to Domesday Analysis Vol. xxviii., and Testa de Nevil Tax Roll, Vol. xxx., with Corrections [Testa de Nevil: 1244]34289-324
1902Edward WindeattTotnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part III [1701-1750]34325-343
1902Maxwell AdamsAn Index to the Printed Literature Relating to North Devon34344-393
1902Rev. J. Erskine RiskA Forgotten Episode in Devon County History [Dowrish Family of Crediton – eighteenth century]34394-402
1902E. A. S. ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on Birds of the South Hams District: with Reference to Nightingales in Devon34403-409
1902Miss WickhamEarly Nonconformity in Bideford34410-417
1902R. Pearse ChopeThe Early History of the Manor of Hartland34418-454
1902T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part IV. Sir Henry de Ralegh, Knight. Ob.130134455-481
1902Arthur R. HuntStart Point to Petitor, and the Drifting of Shingle34482-495
1902R. Hansford WorthThe Petrography of Dartmoor and Its Borders. Part I34496-527
1902A. SomervailSome further Observations on the Teign and its Valley34528-530
1902F. Bligh BondDevonshire Screens and Rood Lofts34531-550
1902H. Michell WhitleyInventories of the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton and Our Blessed Lady of Ottery34551-565
1902Rev. Oswald J. Reichel“Fees of the Bishop of Exeter” in Testa de Nevil, p.187 [1244]34566-574
1902George M. DoeTorrington, Devon – Torrington, Connecticut34575-577
1902Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesNeighbours of North Wyke. Part II34578-647
1902Hardinge F. Giffard“Giffard’s Jump” [cliffs between Bideford and Clovelly, history of the Giffard family]34648-703
1902Edward WindeattThe Muniments of the Corporation of Totnes. Part II34704-714
1902Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Devonshire Domesday. Part VI. Notes on Part I of Domesday Identifications34715-732
1903Sir Edgar VincentSteam Engines and Engineering (Presidential Address)3545-65
1903S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, R. Hansford WorthNinth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Red Barrows on Soussons Common near Postbridge]35143-145
1903J. Y. Anderson MorsheadOur Four Parishes: Sidbury, Sidmouth, Salcombe Regis and Branscombe35146-155
1903T. W. WhaleDate of the Domesday Survey: and use of some of its terms35156-166
1903Mrs Frances B. Rose-TroupBiography of John Bodley, Father of Sir Thomas Bodley35167-199
1903Sir John B. PhearMolland Accounts. With an Introductory Account on the Evolution of Parishes35198-238
1903Rev. J. F. ChanterR. D. Blackmore and Lorna Doone35239-250
1903Mrs G. H. RadfordNicholas Radford, 1385(?)-145535251-278
1903Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Hundred of Budleigh in the time of Testa de Nevil, A. D. 124435279-317
1903A. R. HuntNotes and Comments on the Raised Beaches of Torbay and Sharkham Point35318-337
1903Rev. H. G. J. ClementsA Local Antiquary. Reminiscences of the late Peter Orlando Hutchinson Esq., of Sidmouth35338-352
1903Walter CaveSidbury Church35353-359
1903Rev. W. Wykes-FinchThe Ancient Family of Wyke of North Wyke, Co. Devon35360-425
1903R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part VI35426-429
1903Edmund A. S. ElliotAn Original Article on the Pilchard Fishery at Borrough Island by Colonel Montagu a Hundred Years Ago. With Supplementary Notes to the Present Time35430-433
1903F. Bligh BondDevonshire Screens and Rood Lofts. Part II35484-496
1903Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesNeighbours of North Wyke. Part III35497-538
1903T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part V. The History of Durham House, London [residence occupied by Sir Walter Ralegh]35539-580
1903Harbottle ReedNotes on Allhallows Church, Goldsmith Street, Exeter35581-616
1903Alexander SomervailThe Red Rocks of the South Devon Coast35617-630
1903Harford J. LoweThe Teign Valley and its Geological Problems35631-645
1903George M. DoeSome Bits of an Old Borough [Torrington]35646-653
1903Rev. J. B. PearsonManors in Devon, 175535654-661
1903Rev. T. W. WhaleAnalysis of the Exeter Domesday in Hundreds35662-712
1903Mrs Frances B. Rose-TroupThe Pedigree of Sir Thomas Bodley35713-745
1903Rev. D’Oyly W. OldhamChurch Dedications in Devonshire35746-758
1903R. Hansford WorthThe Petrography of Dartmoor and Its Borders. Part II35759-767
1903J. G. HamlingAn Index to the Geological Papers contained in the Reports and Papers of the Transactions. Vols i to xxxiv, 1862 to 190235768-786
1903A. J. Jukes-BrowneDevonshire in the time of the Lower Chalk35787-800
1904Sir Alfred CroftGeology in Devon (Presidential Address)3641-77
1904W. C. LakeAncient Teignmouth36103-112
1904W. R. Hall JordanTeignmouth Gleanings36113-115
1904Colonel Sir R. T. White-ThomsonSir John Davie, Fifth Baronet of Creedy, 1707-172736116-122
1904Rev. Oswald J. ReichelJocelin de Brakelond and the Servicium Debitum36123-126
1904Arthur B. ProwseRock Inscriptions at Beardown36127-134
1904Miss Constance LeeHand Made Lace and Net. Ebb and Flow36135-143
1904Charles R. Baker KingSt. Mary’s Church, Totnes36144-155
1904Rev. T. W. WhaleSupplement to ‘Domesday Analysis in Hundreds’36156-172
1904E. A. S. ElliotTwenty Years’ Record of the Arrival of Spring Migratory Birds in the Neighbourhood of Kingsbridge36173-180
1904T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part VI. History of the World by Sir Walter Ralegh36181-218
1904George L. DunsfordAutobiography of Martin Dunsford, the Historian of Tiverton36219-225
1904Miss Helen SaundersA Sketch of the History of the Church and Manor of South Molton36226-256
1904Mrs M. I. JordanWest Teignmouth Church. Part I36257-269
1904W. F. C. JordanWest Teignmouth Church. Part II36270-278
1904Alex. SomervailThe River Teign and Its Valley36279-288
1904Sir Roper LethbridgeSome Hatherleigh Worthies of the Seventeenth Century36289-301
1904R. Hansford WorthHallsands and Start Bay36302-346
1904Rev. Oswald J. ReichelSome Doubtful and Disputed Domesday Identifications36347-379
1904Sir John B. PhearThe Hide Examined [unit of land]36380-389
1904Rev. J. F. ChanterThe Parish Clerks of Barnstaple, 1500-190036390-414
1904Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesNeighbours of North Wyke. Part IV36415-444
1904A. R. HuntThirty-five Years’ Natural History Notes: A Retrospect and Anticipation36445-486
1904Edward WindeattTotnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part IV [1751-1800]36487-505
1904Maxwell AdamsSome Notes on the Church and Parish of Churston Ferrers36506-516
1904Rev. J. Erskine RiskRegistry required by Act of Parliament Burials in Woollens in the Parish of Stockleigh English [18 Carol. II., c. 4]36517-521
1904Thomas WainwrightAn Index to the Names of Persons found in the Monumental Inscriptions in Devonshire Churches36522-542
1905Basil ThomsonThe Decay of the Law of Custom (Presidential Address)3742-63
1905S. Baring Gould, I. K. Anderson, R. Burnard, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, B. H. Thomson, R. Hansford WorthTenth Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [ Wedlake Farm Peter Tavy hut circles, Hexworthy stone circle]37141-145
1905Robert BurnardThe Pack-horse on Dartmoor37168-174
1905Mrs G. H. RadfordLydford Town [Saxon origins and later history]37175-187
1905Rev. Oswald J. ReichelSidelights on the Work and Times of a Great West-country Prelate in the Twelfth Century [Bartholomew Laurens, Bishop of Exeter]37186-199
1905J. D. PrickmanA few Stories Illustrative of Devonshire Wit and Humour. II37200-205
1905Mrs Rose-TroupThe Lady of the Isle: Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle and Devon37206-245
1905Rev. T. W. WhaleHistory of the Exon “Domesday”37246-283
1905T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part VII. Three State Documents relating to the Arrest and Execution of Sir Walter Ralegh in 161837284-324
1905Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesNeighbours of North Wyke. Part V. Ash and South Zeal in South Tawton37325-374
1905Rev. J. F. Chanter and R. Hansford WorthThe Rude Stone Monuments of Exmoor and Its Borders. Part I37375-397
1905Edward WindeattTotnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties: Part V. [1801-1834]37398-409
1905Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Earlier Sections of “Testa Nevil” relating to Devon [1244]37410-456
1905T. A. FalconDartmoor: A Note on Graves37457-461
1905Rev. J. B. PearsonThe Manors of Bicton and Kingsteignton37462-464
1905J. Brooking RoweSir Thomas Tyrwhitt and Princetown37465-481
1905Arthur B. ProwseAn Index to Articles on Dartmoor and Its Borders Contained in the “Transactions”, Vols, i to xxx37482-568
1906Fred. T. ElworthyGeneral Discourse (Presidential Address)3840-56
1906I. K. Anderson, J. S. amery, R. Burnard, S. Baring Gould, J. D. Pode, J. Brooking Rowe, B. Thomson, R. Hansford WorthEleventh Report of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee [Watern Oke 82 hut circles, hut circle or barrow at the Croft in Peter Tavy]38101-113
1906Rev. J. F. ChanterThe Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury. I38114-168
1906Rev. J. F. ChanterThe Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury. II38169-224
1906Rev. J. F. ChanterDocuments Relating to the above Parishes [Lynton and Countisbury]38225-254
1906T. CharbonnierNorth Devon Pottery of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries38255-260
1906Thomas YoungPigmy Flint Implements in North Devon38261-269
1906Miss C. E. LarterSome Cryptograms of Braunton and Sherwill38270-293
1906J. M. MartinPages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh38294-312
1906J. Horace RoundThe Earliest Portion of “Testa de Nevill” [1244]38313-317
1906Rev. T. W. WhaleFees of Earl Hugh de Courtenay38318-336
1906Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Early Descent of the Devonshire Estates of the Honours of Mortain and Okehampton38337-356
1906C. A. BriggsRecent Neuroptera of Devon38357-369
1906P. F. S. AmerySupposed Currency Bars, Holne Chase38370-376
1906C. R. Baker KingAncient Oak Altar in St. Peter’s Church, Tawstock38377-379
1906Miss Emily SkinnerOld Tiverton or Twyford38380-390
1906Rev. D’Oyly W. OldhamThe Private Chapels of Devon: Ancient and Modern38391-403
1906Edward WindeattTotnes: Its Mayors and Mayoralties. 1836-1906. Part VI38404-410
1906Arthur B. ProwseThe Forest Bounds near Princetown38411-415
1906T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part VII. Three State Documents Relating to the Arrest and Execution of Sir W. Ralegh in 161838416-490
1906Miss Helen SaundersBotanical Notes. Part III38491-496
1906Miss E. Lega-WeekesThe Accounts of the Head and Subsidiary Wardens of South Tawton38496-528
1906J. D. PrickmanDevonshire Wit and Humour. III38529-534
1906Rev. J. F. Chanter and R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. VI38535-537
1906R. Hansford WorthRude Stone Monuments. II38538-552
1907The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of ExeterDevon in Relation to Science, Literature and Art (Presidential Address)3944-55
1907Rev. F. E. W. LangdonThe Church of Membury39131-143
1907Mrs G. H. RadfordThe Courtenay Monuments in Colyton Church39144-155
1907Rev. W. H. ThorntonConcerning some Old Habits and Decaying Industries in Devon39156-178
1907Arthur R. HuntThe Ripplemark Controversy [physical effects of sea waves]39179-193
1907Rev. J. B. PearsonEdward Young, Dean of Exeter [dd 1689]39194-197
1907Robert BurnardThe Ancient Population of the Forest of Dartmoor39198-207
1907Rev. J. B. PearsonThe Church of Chulmleigh39208-215
1907Miss Emily SkinnerBurg de Tiverton and the Town Leat39216-222
1907R. Hansford WorthRainfall in Devon39223-230
1907Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Misereres of Exeter Cathedral39231-241
1907T. N. BrushfieldRaleghana. Part VIII. The execution of Sir Walter Ralegh and some of the event that followed it39242-263
1907A. J. P. SkinnerThe Pedigree of the Family of Walrond of Bovey, Seaton and Beer39264-266
1907Rev. J. F. ChanterSwainmote Courts of Exmoor39267-301
1907Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesThe Churchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Introduction (continued)39302-336
1907Rev. W. H. ThorntonNotes on some Traditions concerning the Visit of Cromwell and Fairfax to Bovey Tracey, 164639337-348
1907A. J. V. RadfordThe Coins and Tokens of Devon39349-359
1907Rev. Oswald J. ReichelChurches and Church Endowments in the eleventh and twelfth centuries39360-393
1907Inkermann RogersFossil Fish39394-398
1907A. J. Jukes-Brown and W. J. ElseThe Type-Fossils in the Museum of the Torquay Natural History Society39399-409
1908The Right Hon. Lord MonkswellDevon Folk (Presidential Address)4051-63
1908Rev. Preb. Percival JacksonKing’s Teignton Fair40102-109
1908Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Hundred of Haytor in the Time of ‘Testa de Nevil’, A. D. 124440110-137
1908Miss Mary Hall JordanLeaves from the Notebook of John Risdon of Netherton Manor and West Teignmouth40138-147
1908Edward WindeattThe Constitutions of the Merchants’ Company in Totnes40148-171
1908Arthur W. ClaydenNote on the Discovery of Footprints in the “Lower Sandstones” of the Exeter District40172-173
1908Miss C. E. LarterDevon Mosses and Hepatics40174-189
1908Rev. D’Oyly W. OldhamThe Story of a Woodland Well [Hatherleigh]40190-192
1908Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Misericords of Exeter Cathedral. Part II40193-200
1908Alexander SomervailAncient and Perished Volcanoes of Devon40201-218
1908Arthur B. Prowse“The Rundlestone” [fallen menhir near Princetown]40219-221
1908Colonel J. W. Lee“Devon On Guard”, 1759-1815 [arrangements for defence of Devon and coastal evacuation in case of French invasion]40222-248
1908Inkermann RogersOn the Submerged Forest at Westward Ho! Bideford Bay40249-259
1908Thomas YoungOn the Occurrence of Human Remains of Neolithic Age Near Croyde40260-263
1908A. R. HuntTests of Granitic Temperatures40264-275
1908J. G. HamlingRecently-discovered Fossils From the Lower and Upper Devonian Beds of North Devon40276-280
1908R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part VIII40281-282
1908Harford J. LoweThe Igneous Rocks to the South-east and East of Dartmoor40283-302
1908Miss Helen SaundersBotanical Notes40303-305
1908Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesChurchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Part III40306-312
1909The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of TruroRomance of Poetry (Presidential Address)4151-63
1909Mrs G. H. RadfordThe Wyses and Tremaynes of Sydenham41131-151
1909J. J. AlexanderBere Alston as a Parliamentary Borough41152-178
1909T. N. BrushfieldRalegh Miscellanea41179-214
1909Rev. E. A. DonaldsonInventory of the Goods etc. of Richard Bevys, Late Mayor of Exeter, 160341215-240
1909Rev. Oswald J. ReichelA Batch of Old Deeds Relating to Buckland Filleigh, with an Index41241-254
1909J. T. FouracreOrnamental Lime-Plaster Ceilings and the Plasterer’s Craft in Devonshire41256-262
1909H. Montagu EvansWembury: its Bay, Church, and Parish. Part I41263-289
1909A. R. HuntNotes on the Crystallising Temperature of Cassiterite41290-297
1909C. H. LaycockNeed for a Devonshire Dialect Grammar41298-300
1909R. Hansford WorthHallsands and Start Bay. Part II41301-308
1909Inkermann RogersOn a Further Discovery of Fossil Fish and Mollusca in the Upper Culm Measures of North Devon41309-319
1909A. R. HuntAn Inclusion of Culm Grit in Coarse Granite41320-323
1909J. D. PrickmanWest-Country Oddments41324-327
1909Miss Mary Hall JordanThe Magdalen Lands of West Teignmouth41328-338
1909Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesCounty Armaments in Devon in the Sixteenth Century [extracts from South Tawton Churchwardens’ Accounts]41339-355
1909John M. MartinPages from the Manuscript History of Hatherleigh ‘Page 2’.41356-360
1909Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesIntroduction to the Churchwardens’ Accounts of South Tawton. Part IV.41361-367



1910John D. EnysChurches of The West (Presidential Address)4254-61
1910Murray T. FosterA Short History of Cullompton42156-181
1910Rev. Edwin S. ChalkThe Church of St. Andrew, Cullompton42182-205
1910T. Cann HughesThe Vicars of Cullompton since the Commonwealth42206-214
1910Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Hundreds of Devon. XI. Materials for the Hundred of Hairidge in Early Times, with an Index42215-257
1910J. J. AlexanderTavistock as a Parliamentary Borough, Part I42258-277
1910Rev. Edwin S. ChalkThe Town, Village, Manors, Parish and Church of Kentisbeare42278-345
1910Rev. Edwin S. ChalkThe Manor, Parish and Churches of Blackborough42346-360
1910T. N. BrushfieldRalegh Miscellanea. Part II42361-382
1910Rev. J. Heald WardCouncillor John Were of Silverton, and the Siege of Exeter, 1645-642383-390
1910G. B. SaveryThe Mosses of Silverton42391-412
1910A. R. HuntTrowlesworthite and Luxulyanite42413-419
1910Miss Emily SkinnerCillitona: the Land of the Wife of Hervius42420-422
1910Miss Helen SaundersDouble Daffodils (Chittlehampton)42423-424
1910T. V. HodgsonPycnogonida of Devonshire [sea spiders]42425-439
1910Harford J. LoweOn the Boulders of Pseudo-Jasper found near Newton Abbot42440-445
1910H. Michell WhitleyVisitations of Devonshire Churches [1301-1337, 1442]42446-474
1910Rev. J. F. ChanterChristianity in Devon, before A. D. 90942475-502
1910W. F. C. JordanA Further Sketch of Bishop’s Teignton42503-511
1910Miss Mary Hall JordanNotes on Venn in the Parish of Bishop’s Teignton42512-516
1910H. Montagu EvansWembury: its Bay, Church, and Parish. Part II42517-537
1910Inkermann RogersA Synopsis of the Fossil Flora and Fauna of the Upper Culm Measure of North-West Devon42538-564
1911Robert BurnardPrehistoric Devon (Presidential Address)4344-62
1911E. WindeattThe Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and Its Mayors and Mayoralties43120-148
1911Hugh R. WatkinThe Foundation and Early History of Dartmouth and Kingswear Churches43149-165
1911E. WindeattDr George Oliver on Dartmouth and Its Churches43166-171
1911E. WindeattJohn Flavell: a notable Dartmouth Puritan and his Bibliography43172-189
1911Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Hundreds of Devon, XII. The Early History of the Hundred of Colridge43190-236
1911Miss Beatrix F. CresswellThe Church Goods Commission in Devon, A. D. 1549-155243237-255
1911Miss Mary F. C. BrisdonConcerning Flies in Devonshire43256-261
1911T. J. JoceAn Ancient British Trackway [through South Hams]43262-268
1911R. Pearse Chope“Lord Dynham’s Lands”43269-292
1911Arthur R. HuntModern Science and Marine Wave-Action43293-308
1911H. Michell WhitleyAn Inventory of Church Goods of St. Kieran’s Church, Exeter, A. D. 141743309-318
1911W. P. HiernRubus in Devon: An Account of its Distribution43319-347
1911R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part IX43348-349
1911J. J. AlexanderDartmouth as a Parliamentary Borough43350-370
1911J. J. AlexanderTavistock as a Parliamentary Borough, Part II, 1688-188543371-402
1911John M. MartinPages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh, ‘Page 3’ – Thomas Roberts, Schoolmaster, Part I43403-418
1912The Right Hon. The Viscount St. CyresReview of Devonians of the Past (Presidential Address)4444-68
1912Rev. W. HarpleyA Short Account of the Origin of the Association44154-156
1912Mrs H. Forbes Julian (née Pengelly)William Pengelly, F.R.S.,F.G.S., Father of the Devonshire Association44157-191
1912Miss Kate M. ClarkeRecords of St. Nicholas Priory, Exeter44192-205
1912Prof. Walter J. HarteIllustrations of Municipal History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter44206-230
1912F. Morris DrakeThe Fourteenth-century Stained Glass of Exeter Cathedral44231-251
1912Mrs G. H. RadfordThe Fight at Clyst in 145544252-265
1912Miss Beatrix F. CresswellThe Exeter Bond of Association: with some Notes on the Signatures44266-277
1912Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundreds of Devon. XIII. The Domeday Hundred of Wenford or Wonford44278-311
1912Rev. O. J. ReichelEarly Descents of the Manors in the Wonford Hundred44312-342
1912Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundreds of Devon. XIV. The Hundred of South Tawton in Early Times44343-365
1912J. J. AlexanderDevon County Members of Parliament. Part I. The early Plantagenet Period (1212-1327)44366-381
1912Mrs G. H. RadfordPlymouth China44382-393
1912Sir Roper LethbridgeTithe Committee in Exbourne in the Seventeenth Century44394-405
1912Mrs Frances Rose-TroupThe Kalenders and the Exeter Trade-Gilds before the Reformation44406-430
1912Rev. J. B. PearsonCorporation of Exeter Estate in Ireland 1654-165644431-437
1912Rev. J. F. ChanterExeter Goldsmiths’ Guild44438-479
1912Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesAn Account of the Hospitium de le Egle, Exeter, some Ancient Chapels in the Close, and some Persons connected therewith44480-511
1912Colonel E. T. CliffordDrake’s Treasure44512-529
1912H. Michell WhitleyThe Maritime Trade of Exeter in Medieval Times44530-546
1912Thomas Cann HughesRectors of St. Leonard’s, Exeter, since the Commonwealth44547-560
1912Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesWilliam Wykes, ‘First Recorder of Exeter’, and Wykes, Sheriff of Devon44561-567
1912R. Pearse ChopeThe Aulnager in Devon44568-596
1912T. J. JoceThe Exeter and Dartmouth Road44597-604
1912E. A. S. ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on Birds in the South Hams District44605-610
1912George M. DoeA Little Bit of Great Torrington Church History in the Time of Queen Elizabeth44611-615
1912Arthur R. HuntAdvancement of Science, Some General Reflections44616-648
1912Edward WindeattThe Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralties. Part II44649-676
1912R. Hansford WorthThe Petrography of Dartmoor and its Borders. Part III44677-680
1912J. StevensSome of the Rotifera of Devon44681-691
1912H. Montagu EvansSand Formation against the Saunton Down Cliffs, North Devon44692-702
1912H. St. George GrayA Survey of Old Burrow Camp, Exmoor. With notes on the excavations conducted there in 191144703-717
1912A. J. Jukes BrownThe Making of Torbay44718-731
1912Charles LaneLife of Joanna Southcott44732-756
1912Charles LaneBibliography of Joanna Southcott44757-809
1913Ashley A. FroudeThe State of Agriculture (Presidential Address)4547-62
1913William DaviesBuckfast Abbey and Its Relation to Kingsbridge45143-151
1913Rev. J. F. ChanterExtracts from the Leger Book and other Ancient Documents of the Abbey of Buckfast45152-168
1913Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundreds of Devon. XV. Stanborough or Dippeforda in the Time of Test de Nevil, A. D. 124345198-207
1913Rev. O. J. ReichelIndex to Two Papers on Stanborough Hundred45208-218
1913Edward WindeattTotnes and the Civil War45219-232
1913Edward WindeattThe Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralities. Part III45233-246
1913J. J. AlexanderDevon County members of Parliament. Part II: The Middle Plantagenet Period (1327-1399)45247-269
1913Rev. J. F. ChanterA Romano-British Inscribed Stone between Parracombe and Lynton45270-275
1913R. Pearse ChopeA Dialect Letter, with Glossary45276-301
1913H. Michell WhitleySanctuary in Devon45302-313
1913Miss K. M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part I.45314-329
1913Miss C. Ethelinda LarterViola in Devon: Some Account of its Distribution45330-342
1913Rhys JenkinSavery, Newcomen and the Early History of the Steam Engine. Part I.45343-351
1913Miss Flora JordanDawlish Parish Church45352-376
1913A. R. HuntTorbay and its Raised Beaches45377-393
1913A. R. HuntOn a New Geological Survey of Dartmoor45394-408
1913Professor Walter J. HarteIllustrations of History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter, 1560-158145409-422
1913Mrs Hester Forbes JulianWilliam Pengelly, F. R. S., F. G. S., Father of the Devonshire Association Part II45423-444
1913E. A. S. ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District45445-449
1913Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesThe Freemans of Ashburton, Buckfastleigh, Bovey Tracey, etc.45450-454
1913John M. MartinPages from a Manuscript History of Hatherleigh. ‘Page 4’ – Thomas Roberts – Schoolmaster. Part II.45455-478
1913Edwin StanburySome Devonshire Field-Names, with Suggestions as to their Signification45479-488
1914Professor A. M. WorthingtonAdvances in the Natural Sciences 1890-1914 (Presidential Address)4646-68
1914Mrs G. H. RadfordTavistock Abbey46119-155
1914J. J. AlexanderSome Notes on Tavistock History. 1st Series46156-175
1914Mrs G. H. RadfordThe Charter of Tavistock46176-184
1914Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundred of Lifton in the Time of Testa de Nevil, A. D. 124346185-219
1914Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundred of Tavistock in Early Times46220-255
1914Moses BawdenMines and Mining in the Tavistock District46256-264
1914Rev. W. N. P. BeebeHistory of Whitchurch46265-277
1914J. J. AlexanderCrowndale46278-283
1914R. Hansford WorthStray Notes on Dartmoor Tin-working46284-289
1914Rev. J. F. ChanterSt.Urith of Chittlehampton: A Study in an Obscure Devon Saint46290-308
1914Colonel Sir R. T. White ThomsonThe Activities of ‘The National Society of Colonial Dames of America’, more particularly with reference to certain Devonians46309-325
1914Hugh R. WatkinThe 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 Cockington46326-345
1914Mrs Clay-Finch“A Mother of Men”. The Countess Gytha46346-358
1914Charles H. LaycockSocial Wasps in Devonshire46359-371
1914Rev. John B. PearsonVicarages in Devon46372-385
1914John May MartinThe Anglican Invasion of Devon with Notes on the Place-name ‘-worthy’46386-410
1914Edward WindeattThe Borough of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness and its Mayors and Mayoralities. Part IV46411-427
1914Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part II46428-436
1914Professor Walter J. HarteIllustrations of History from the Act Book of the Chamber of the City of Exeter, 1560-1581. Part II46437-454
1914Rhys JenkinSavery, Newcomen, and the Early History of the Steam-Engine. Part II46455-477
1914J. J. AlexanderDevon County Members of Parliament. Part III. : The later Plantagenet Period (1399-1485)46478-496
1914E. A. S. ElliotSome Birds of Interest on Dartmoor46497-506
1914Charles H. LaycockWest Counry Wit and Humour. Part IV46507-519
1915A. W. ClaydenThe Future of Higher Education in Exeter (Presidential Address)4762-82
1915Miss Beatrix F. CresswellChurchyard and Wayside Crosses in the Neighbourhood of Exeter47188-193
1915Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Hundred of Exminster in Early Times47194-209
1915Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Early History of the Principal Manors in Exminster Hundred, with Index47210-247
1915Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesPrudom, Prodom, etc., of Exeter: and the First City Seal47248-256
1915Mrs Hester Forbes Julian (née Pengelly)William Pengelly, F.R.S., F.G.S., Father of the Devonshire Association. Part III Misc. Scientific Work47257-284
1915H. Michel WhitleyBerry Pomeroy Castle47285-293
1915Arthur Locke RadfordThe Walrond Screen in Seaton Church47294-298
1915T. J. JoceThe Secret of the Fosse Way [discusses its southern end]47299-305
1915Alexander G. DuncanBideford Under the Restored Monarchy; with some Extracts from a ‘Sessions of the Peace Book’ for the Borough of Bideford, 1659-168847306-333
1915William J. BlakeHooker’s Synopsis Chorographical of Devonshire [transcript of first eleven pages]47334-348
1915Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon: Part III47349-356
1915J. J. AlexanderDevon County members of Parliament. Part IV47357-371
1915J. J. AlexanderSome Notes on Tavistock History. 2nd Series47372-395
1915E. A. S. ElliotSome Points of Interest on the Natural History of the Plateau known as the Sors or Sae Waves47396-406
1916E. J. AllenThe Marine Biology of Devon [fisheries] (Presidential Address)4855-81
1916J. J. AlexanderThe Athelstan Myth48174-179
1916J. Y. A. MorsheadA History of Puslinch48180-188
1916H. Michell WhitleyTotnes Castle and Walled Town48189-198
1916Colonel E. T. CliffordRobert Wenygton: an Old ‘Sea Dog’ of Devon [fifteenth century Dartmouth]48199-216
1916R. Hansford WorthThe Dunstones of Plymouth and the Compton-Efford Grit: A Geological Resurvey48217-259
1916Rev. J. B. PearsonThe Canon in Residence48260-266
1916C. W. BrackenThe Orthoptera of Devon48267-282
1916E. A. S. ElliotTwelve Months’ Notes on the Birds of the South Hams District48283-289
1916A. J. P. SkinnerSouthcott of Dulcishayes, Kilmington. An Extension of the Pedigree as given by Vivian, page 69848290-301
1916Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part V48302-319
1916J. J. AlexanderDevon County Members of Parliament. Part V48320-340
1916John May MartinKairpen-Huelgoit; which is called Exeter48341-361
1917W. P. HiernA General Sketch of Devonshire Botany (Presidential Address)4927-59
1917Rev. J. F. ChandlerThe Barnstaple Goldsmiths’ Guild with some notes on the Early History of the Town49163-189
1917Bruce W. OliverThe Early Seventeenth-Century Plaster ceilings of Barnstaple49190-199
1917Beatrix F. CresswellAncient Church Needlework in Devon49200-209
1917R. Pearse ChopeNew Light on Sir Richard Grenville. I. The Projected South Sea Voyage. II. The North Devon Fleet Against the Armada49210-282
1917Henry J. EdwardsNotes on the Musical History of Barnstaple49283-295
1917Charles H. LaycockEnglish National and Folk Music, with special reference to the Folk-songs of Devonshire49296-319
1917R. Pearse ChopeThe Book Dialect of North Devon49320-340
1917C. W. BrackenThe Diptera of Devon49341-362
1917J. J. AlexanderDevon County members of Parliament. Part VI49363-375
1917Rev. Oswald J. ReichelBarnstaple and its three Sub-Manors, Part of the Inland Hundred of Braunton49376-388
1917Rev. J. F. ChanterCharles, Prince of Wales, at Barnstaple and His Hostess [June 1645]49389-396
1917T. V. HodgsonParasitic Hymenoptera: Ichneumonids and Braconidae49397-415
1917Sydney HarperThe History of the Drama in Barnstaple49416-428
1918Hugh R. WatkinA Great Devonian: William Briwer [probable founder of Torre Abbey] (Presidential Address)5069-169
1918Mrs Hester Forbes Julian (née Pengelly)The Palaeontological and Archaeological ‘Finds’ in Kent’s Cavern50258-267
1918R. Pearse ChopeSome Old Farm Implements and Operations50268-292
1918Rev. J. Charteris Johnston‘Literary’ Torquay50293-322
1918A. W. SearleyHaccombe: Part I (1086-1330)50323-352
1918Rev. Oswald J. ReichelExtracts from the Hundred Rolls of 3 Edward I (A.D. 20 Nov., 1274 to 19 Nov., 1275)50353-381
1918Miss Ethelinda C. LarterR. D. Blackmore and “Christowell”50382-390
1918Harford J. LoweThe Tertiary Geology of Devon and Cornwall50391-401
1918R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor: Part X50402-404
1918Arthur L. RadfordPortraits of the Sainthill Family Formerly in Bradninch Manor House50405-410
1918T. J. JoceThe Original Main Road West of Exeter50411-416
1918H. Tapley-SoperA Chapter in the History of the Peter or Petre Family of Devon50417-430
1918R. Pearse ChopeThe Last of the Dynhams50431-492
1918J. J. AlexanderAn Otterton Notebook50493-502
1918Rev. J. F. ChanterDevonshire Place-Names. Part I: The Parishes50503-532
1918Alexander G. DuncanBideford Poor and Poorhouses 1830 to 184050533-560
1918G. T. HarrisMoss Flora of Sidmouth and Neighbourhood50561-582
1918Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part V50583-588
1918J. J. AlexanderDevon County members of Parliament. Part VII50589-601
1918E. A. S. ElliotTwo Years’ Notes on the Birds in the South Hams District50602-610
1918Rev. J. K. FloyerTwo Devonshire Papists in the Time of Queen Elizabeth [Anthony Floyer and Henry Carew]50611-620
1919The Very Rev. The Dean of Exeter, Dr H. R. GambleCharles Kingsley (Presidential Address)5147-58
1919J. J. AlexanderWhen the Saxons Came to Devon, Part I51152-168
1919T. J. JoceCob Cottages for the Twentieth Century51169-174
1919T. V. HodgsonMemorandum of Flint Implements Found on Dartmoor [arrowheads etc., found in neighbourhood of Okehampton]51175-176
1919Mrs Frances Rose-TroupThe Study of Place- and Field-Names51177-180
1919A. W. SearleyHaccombe, Part II (1330-1400)51181-210
1919Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VI51211-221
1919Colonel J. W. YerburyList of Diptera hitherto recorded from the County of Devon51222-252



1920Edward WindeattTotnes Stone (Presidential Address)5248-61
1920Rev. S. Baring GouldA Lost Lake [Lew Trenchard Valley]52152-154
1920Edward WindeattAn Armada Relic [teak carving of man’s head found at Hope Cove, Salcombe c.1870]52155-157
1920Charles H. LaycockThe Old Devon Farm House. Part I. Its Exterior Aspect and General Construction52158-191
1920Mrs Hester Forbes JulianSir John Bowring, First President of the Devonshire Association52192-206
1920Mrs Hester Forbes JulianSir Henry Wentworth Acland, President of the First Totnes Meeting52207-222
1920Miss Cecily RadfordJoseph Pitts of Exeter (?1663 – ?1739)52223-238
1920Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Origin and Upgrowth of the English Parish. Illustrated with material taken from the Exeter Episcopal Registers52239-262
1920G. T. HarrisThe Fresh Water Algae of Devonshire52263-275
1920E. A. S. ElliotA Further Note on the Migration of Salmon in the Rivers Avon and Erme52276-281
1920Arthur B. ProwseThe Investigation of Place-Names52282-288
1920Major William J. S. LockyerThe Hill Observatory, Salcombe Regis52289-292
1920J. J. AlexanderWhen the Saxons Came to Devon. Part II52293-209
1920A. W. SearleyHaccombe. Part III. (1330-1400)52310-326
1920Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VIII52327-335
1920Colonel J. W. YerburyA List of the Diptera hitherto recorded from the County of Devon52336-359
1920Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesSaint Loye’s, East Wonford, Devon52360-366
1921Sir Oswyn A. R. MurrayDevonshire Wills of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Presidential Address)5348-83
1921J. J. AlexanderWhen the Saxons Came to Devon. Part III53168-179
1921A. W. SearleyHaccombe. Part IV. The Archpresbytery53180-200
1921Mrs Hester Forbes JulianJames Anthony Froude, President of the Devonport Meeting, and His Brother William Froude, F.R.S.53201-215
1921Lady RadfordHeraldry in Relation to the Courtenay Tomb in Colyton Church53216-225
1921Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part VIII53226-231
1921G. T. HarrisEcological Notes on Wistman’s Wood and Black Tor Copse, Dartmoor53232-245
1921W. G. ShannonSome Additions to the Palaeontology of South-East Devon53246-253
1922The Right Hon. Sir Henry DukeThe Place of Damnonia in British England (Presidential Address)5443-60
1922Preb. J. F. ChanterThe Beginnings of Crediton (A. D. 550-780)54138-145
1922Rev. Oswald J. ReichelThe Manor and Hundred of Crediton54146-181
1922T. Cann HughesNotes on the Vicars of Crediton since the Commonwealth54182-186
1922J. J. AlexanderWhen the Saxons Came to Devon. Part IV. [Boniface, Egbert, etc.]54187-198
1922Miss Beatrix F. CresswellHugh Deane, Clerk to the Governors of the Corporation, 1551-1583 [Crediton]54199-204
1922Lady RadfordHenry de Bracton: A Plea for Remembrance [born 1200]54205-215
1922Miss Kate M. ClarkeThe Baptismal Fonts of Devon. Part IX54216-223
1922Charles H. LaycockThe Old Devon Farmhouse. Part II. Its Interior Arrangements and Domestic Economy54224-270
1922A. W. SearleyHaccombe, Part V. The Courtenay Period (c.1400-1426)54271-282
1922F. B. RowleyNotes on Devon Fresh-Water Amoeboid Protozoa (Sarcodina)54283-290
1922Miller Christy and R. Hansford WorthThe Ancient Dwarfed Oak Woods of Dartmoor [Wistman’s Wood, Black Tor Beare (or Copse), Piles Wood]54291-242
1923A. E. H. HuttonCrystals and Atoms (Presidential Address)5537-46
1923E. A. S. ElliotA Few Points of Interest in the Natural History of Salcombe and Neighbourhood55115-119
1923Thomas WinderSubmerged Forest in Bigbury Bay at Thurlestone Sands, South Devon55120-123
1923Thomas WinderArchaeological remains at Hope Cove, near Kingsbridge, South Devon55124
1923J. J. AlexanderAn Irish Invasion of Devon [1067?]55125-130
1923R. Hansford WorthHallsands and Start Bay. Part III [discusses the desctruction of Hallsands]55131-147
1923W. G. ShannonErosion in the Torquay Promontory55148-153
1923Charles H. LaycockThe Old Devon Farm-House. Part II (continued). Its Interior Arrangements and Domestic Economy55154-181
1923George M. DoeSome More Bits of an Old Borough [Great Torrington]55182-187
1923R. C. L. PerkinsThe Aculeate Hymenoptera of Devon55188-241
1923A. W. SearleyHaccombe. Part VI. The Courtenay Period (-continued)55242-251
1924J. S. AmeryThe Ashburton of past days: its manners, customs and inhabitants (Presidential Address)5643-102
1924T. Cann HughesVicars of Ashburton Since the Commonwealth56185-194
1924Dom John StephanArtistic Remains of Buckfast Abbey56195-200
1924C. F. ReaThe Bastewalls of Totnes56201-214
1924W. Burnard FaradayThe Recorders of Totnes, and the Courts Civil and Criminal, of the Unreformed Borough [1520-1831]56215-248
1924George M. DoeSome More Bits of an Old Borough. Third Paper [Great Torrington]56249-262
1924J. J. AlexanderWhen the Saxons Came to Devon. Part V [Egbert, Alfred, Athelstan]56263-278
1924E. A. S. ElliotCasual Notes on the Natural History of Start Bay and the Locality56279-284
1924R. Hansford WorthThe 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]56285-296
1924W. G. ShannonThe Petrography of the Recent Deposits of the Torquay Promontory56297-304
1924Mrs Ruth E. MorrisSome Old-Time Superstitions of Devon [from Brixham]56305-308
1924A. W. SearleyHaccombe. Part VII. Early Carew Period56309-326
1925Preb. J. F. ChanterCeltic Devon (Presidential Address)5739-66
1925E. H. YoungA Short Account of the Okehampton Market57187-212
1925W. HunterHistory of Okehampton Grammar School57213-225
1925E. P. BurdOkehampton, Some Minor Chronicles57227-233
1925T. Cann HughesNotes on Vicars of Okehampton57238-255
1925E. T. AbellA Note on Jasper Mayne [Hatherleigh]57257-265
1925J. S. Amery and R. H. WorthGidleigh Castle57267-271
1925C. F. ReaThe Building of Totnes Parish Church57273-287
1925Major W. H. Wilkin[Rev. Lewis] Southcomb of Rose Ash57289-305
1925Clement E. PikeDevonshire Hedges [The Construction of Some Devon Field Divisions]57307-310
1925J. J. AlexanderDevon County Members of Parliament, Part VIII: Supplement57311-320
1925A. W. SearleyHaccombe, Part VIII. Carew Period (continued).57321-333
1926R. Pearse ChopeHartland Abbey (Presidential Address)5849-112
1926W. H. RogersOrleigh: An Ancient House58185-192
1926Rev. Prebendary J. F. ChanterBorough, or Burrough, in Northam and Its Inhabitants58193-208
1926Francis A. PerrySome Literary Associations of Celtic and Saxon Devon58209-222
1926Inkerman RogersOn The Discovery of Fossil Fishes and Plants in the Devonian Rocks of North Devon58223-234
1926George M. DoeNorth Devon in Elizabethan Times58235-244
1926Hugh R. WatkinThe Early History of Bradley Manor, Near Newton Abbot58245-256
1926Major W. H. WilkinNotes on Membury58257-273
1926J. J. AlexanderThe Early Boroughs of Devon58275-287
1926A. W. SearleyEarly Archpriests at Haccombe58289-298
1926G. T. HarrisAn Ecological Reconnaissance of east Devon58299-335
1926John TindallA Summary of Observations on the Foreshore of Sidmouth, Devon58337-350
1926Clement E. PikeSwaling: The Word and the Custom in Life and Literature58351-353
1926C. F. ReaSome South Devon Surnames58355-358
1926R. Hansford WorthA Note on Dartmoor Place Names58359-372
1927C. Dampier-WhethamThe Newtonian Epoch, 1685-1920 (Presidential Address)5945-66
1927Major W. H. WilkinNotes on Membury, Part II59229-244
1927Rev. Dr T. S. LeaSeaweeds at Exmouth59245-248
1927Rev. C. SherwinThe History of Ford Abbey59249-264
1927Rev. J. L. E. HooppellOld Traine, in Modbury; the House and its Early Owners59265-270
1927T. J. JoceThe Earliest Southern Way from Exeter [road]59271-277
1927Miss Ursula RadfordMiss Burney in Devonshire [Fanny Burney]59279-288
1927J. J. AlexanderExeter members of Parliament. Part I. 1295 to 137759289-309
1927T. Cann HughesThe Vicars of Winkleigh since the Commonwealth59311-322
1927Inkerman RogersBarnstaple, Bideford, and Torrington during the Civil War59323-341
1927R. Hansford WorthA Blowing House in the Parish of Chagford59343-345
1928Lady RadfordEarly Printing in Devon (Presidential Address)6051-74
1928Major W. H. WilkinNotes on Membury. Part III60161-181
1928J. J. AlexanderExeter Members of Parliament. Part II. 1377 to 153760183-214
1928Bruce W. OliverThe Castle of Barnstaple [includes plan]60215-224
1928The Rev. Walter W. JoyceHugh Squier’s School, South Molton60225-238
1928Frances Rose-TroupBishop Grandisson: Student and Art-Lover [1327-1369]60239-275
1928E. H. YoungOkehampton during the Civil War, 1642-164660277-298
1928Barbara M. H. CarbonellNotes on the History of the Parishes of Nymet Tracy, alias Bow, with Broad Nymet60299-311
1928G. E. L. CarterHistory of the Hundred in Devon60312-328
1929G. P. BidderThe Sea (Presidential Address)6157-73
1929R. Pearse ChopeFrithelstock Priory61167-191
1929J. J. AlexanderExeter Members of Parliament. Part III. 1537 to 168861193-215
1929J. J. AlexanderDartmouth as a Parliamentary Borough61217-218
1929Hugh R. WatkinThe Lost Chapel of Saint Clare at Hardness, Dartmouth61219-236
1929Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesGallants Bowers [Dartmouth]61237-248
1929Frances Rose-TroupThe New Edgar Charter and the South Hams [includes map]61249-280
1929R. C. L. PerkinsThe Sawflies of Devonshire61281-310
1929E. H. YoungThe Story of the Chapel of St. James The Apostle at Okehampton61311-326
1929John TindallSidmouth Foreshore61327-342
1929Colonel Ransom PickardSuggested Route from Exeter to the Great Central Trackway, Dartmoor61343-345
1929Major W. H. WilkinNotes on Membury – Part IV61347-374
1929The Rev. H. W. WatsonA Devonshire Village (Feniton) in the Olden Days61375-399
1929R. Hansford WorthStray Notes on Dartmoor Tin-Working, Part II61401-403
1929C. O. Becker and A. TitleyThe Valve Mechanism of the Newcomen Engine [Abstract]61417-419



1930R. Hansford WorthThe Physical Geography of Dartmoor (Presidential Address)6249-115
1930J. J. AlexanderExeter Members of Parliament. Part IV. 1688 to 183262195-223
1930Lady RadfordNotes on the Tinners of Devon and Their Laws62225-247
1930Major F. C. TylerThe Stone Remains in Drewsteignton62248-260
1930Frances Rose-TroupHolcombe by Dawlish62261-267
1930Bruce W. OliverBarnstaple Borough62269-273
1930George M. DoeGreat Torrington Church Troubles in Tudor Times62275-283
1930G. T. HarrisThe Fresh Water Baccillariales of Devonshire62285-310
1930The Right Hon. Earl FortescueSome Devonshire Farm Names62311-340
1930Major W. H. WilkinSouthcomb of Rose Ash62341-346
1930Colonel Ransom PickardTrackways near Cotley Castle [Ide to Haldon]62347-349
1930Major W. H. WilkinThe Yarty62351-355
1930Isobel D. ThornleyHartland Parish Records62357-372
1930Gerhard AlbersNotes on the Tors and Clitter of Dartmoor62373-378
1931J. B. Masterman (The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Plymouth)The Monasteries of Devonshire (Presidential Address)6365-77
1931Mrs F. Rose-TroupThe Ancient Monastery of St. Mary and St. Peter at Exeter [680-1050]63179-220
1931The Rev. Michael AlderThe Medieval Jews of Exeter63231-240
1931Major W. H. Wilkin[John Bradford] Coppleston of Offwell63241-254
1931Cecily RadfordAn Unrecorded Royal Visit to Exeter [Henry IV in 1403]63255-263
1931Muriel E. CurtisAdmission to Citizenship in Fourteenth Century Exeter63265-272
1931Harbottle ReedDemolition of Ancient Buildings of Exeter During the Last Half Century63273-282
1931Gilbert SheldonDevonshire Scenery as Described in English Prose Literature63283-291
1931A. H. RoushamDevonshire Nightingales. Record of Districts Visited and Years when Recorded63293-296
1931Barbara M. H. CarbonellThe Nymet Area (Nympton)63297-299
1931Col. Ransom PickardTracks to Stoke Hill Camp and in St. David’s Parish, Exeter63301-306
1931T. J. JoceGoatpath [ancient road from Haldon to Staverton]63307-310
1931George Fox TregellesThe Seaweeds of North Devon63311-324
1931Ursula RadfordWilliam Davy, Priest and Printer63326-339
1931George M. DoeA Municipal Charity [Great Torrington]63341-347
1931J. J. AlexanderThe Beginnings of Lifton63349-358
1931R. Hansford WorthA Flint Implement of Palaeolithic Type from Dartmoor63359-360
1931R. Hansford WorthBlowing Houses in the Valley of the Walkham (Moorland)63361-367
1931G. E. Tapley-SoperThomas Benet MA , Reformation Martyr of Exeter and Master Dusgate, Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge63369-380
1931The Rev. Treasurer J. F. ChanterThe Bishop’s Palace at Exeter63381
1932J. J. AlexanderThe Saxon Conquest and Settlement (Presidential Address)6475-112
1932W. G. CouldreyMemories and Antiquities of Paignton64223-237
1932J. E. B. ChurchwardPaignton in the Pembroke Survey of 156764239-248
1932G. D. WoollcombeSir Thomas Louis, Bart., Knight of Maria Theresa and Knight of Ferdinand in Sicily, Rear-Admiral of the White Squadron64249-256
1932J. ScanesThe Pomeroys of Berry Pomeroy64257-271
1932R. Hansford WorthBlowing Houses in the Valleys of the Sheepstor Brook and the Glazebrook64273-278
1932R. Hansford WorthThe Prehistoric Monuments of Scorhill, Buttern Hill, and Shuggledown (Shoveldown)64280-287
1932George Fox TregellesThe Seaweeds of South Devon64289-323
1932R. Pearse ChopeA Supplementary Glossary of Devonshire Plant Names64325-377
1932C. W. Pilkington-RogersThe Date of the Dartmoor Antiquities64379-388
1932Miss Lillian SheldonDevon Barns64389-395
1932Mrs F. Rose-TroupThe Hereditary Sheriffs of Devon64397-413
1932Miss Ethel Lega-WeekesThe Bishop’s Chapel of St. Faith at Exeter64415-416
1932H. Lloyd ParryThe Exeter Swords and Hat of Maintenance64417-454
1932K. M. ConstableThe Early Printed Plans of Exeter 1587-172464455-473
1932W. J. HarteSome Evidence of Trade Between Exeter and Newfoundland up to 160064475-484
1932John J. BeckerleggeHolbeton Church Reviewed64485-496
1932George M. DoeGreat Torrington Quarter Sessions, 1686-183664497-504
1932Major W. H. WilkinRadford of Lapford64505-508
1932Major W. H. WilkinThe Vicars of Knowstone-cum-Molland 1765-191564509-518
1932G. E. L. CarterAnglo-Saxon Devon64519-538
1932J. J. AlexanderThe Place Names of Torbay64539-542
1932Roland FosterScraps of Old Paignton64543-546
1933Professor Sir Westcott Stile AbellWilliam Froude, his Life and Work [also R. E. Froude] (Presidential Address)6543-76
1933George Fox TregellesThe Devonian Strata of North Devon65201-205
1933J. J. AlexanderThe Beginnings of Ilfracombe65207-212
1933G. T. Harrisdogoniales of Devonshire65213-226
1933Miss Ursula RadfordThe Loyal Saddler of Exeter [John Cooke, 1765-1840]65227-235
1933R. Pearse ChopeDevonshire Bird Names65237-292
1933Lillian SheldonDevon Toll Houses65293-306
1933R. Hansford WorthBlowing Houses in the Valleys of the Sheepstor Brook, the Meavy, the Erme and the Avon65307-321
1933Colonel Ransom PickardWeathering of Exeter’s Wall and Buildings65323-329
1933F. T. HowardThe Building Stones of Ancient Exeter65331-335
1933A. Kneel and Ransom PickardThe Modern Water Supply of Exeter65337-351
1933J. J. AlexanderEast and North Devon Place Names65353-377
1933Rev. Treasurer ChanterThe Custos and College of the Vicars Choral of the Choir of the Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter, and their Close65379-382
1933G. E. L. CarterBorough English and Burgage Tenure65383-392
1933Mrs F. Rose-TroupDevon Charters and the Threefold Obligation65393-404
1933Major W. H. WilkinSome Axminster Worthies [William Buckland, John Cranch, James Davidson, Nancy Dawson, Zachary James Edwards, Matthew Liddon]65405-424
1933Mervyn G. PalmerBirds of the Ilfracombe District65425-431
1934Sir John Collings SquireThreats of Development in Devon (Presidential Address)6633-36
1934C. W. BrackenThe Huguenot Churches of Plymouth and Stonehouse66163-179
1934Ethel Lega-WeekesThe Pre-Reformation History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe66181-199
1934R. C. StreetBuckland Monachorum [Church Records]66201-209
1934Mrs F. Rose-TroupMedieval Customs and Tenures in the Manor of Ottery St. Mary66211-233
1934Major W. H. WilkinSome Axminster Worthies. Part II. [William Newberry, John Prince, George Pulman, Stephen and Micaish Towgood, Thomas Whitty]66235-252
1934Major W. H. WilkinNotes on the Members for Honiton, 1640-186866253-278
1934J. J. AlexanderSouth Devon Place Names66279-313
1934R. Hansford WorthOn A Stone Implement found near Wheal Jewell, Mary Tavy66315-316
1934David C. Prowse and R. Hansford WorthOn Some Guide Stones Standing on the Course of the Old Track from Tavistock to Ashburton [1699-1670?]66317-322
1934E. Symes SaundersRoborough Earthwork, South Devon66323-326
1934R. Pearse ChopeDevonshire Animal and Insect Names66327-355
1934Marjory Eckett FieldenOld-time Survivals in Devon [Torquay Museum’s Devon Folk Collection from Farms and Cottages]66357-373
1935John SatterlyThe Age of the Earth (Presidential Address)6735-73
1935Mrs F. Rose-TroupThe Honour of Harberton [near Totnes]67253-284
1935Harbottle ReedSaxon Cross in the Church of St. Andrew, Colyton67285-289
1935Lady RadfordMargaret Beaufort, Countess of Devon67291-298
1935Major W. H. WilkinAxminster Notes (Some identifications, the Manor, Chapels, Vicars, 1645-1699)67299-314
1935Rev. E. S. ChalkNotes on the Members for Tiverton, 1621-183267315-347
1935Ethel Lega-WeekesThe History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe, Part II67349-359
1935Cecily RadfordEarly Drama in Exeter67361-370
1935George M. DoeThe Pillars of the Church of St. Michael, Great Torrington67371-376
1935Marjorie Eckett FieldenLiving Memories in Devon [Kingsbridge, Torquay, Kingsteignton recollections]67377-394
1935E. G. Symes SaundersThomas Mudge, Edward Clement and John Rouckleiffe, Devonshire Clockmakers67395-397
1935J. J. AlexanderDevon River Names67399-419
1935R. Pearse ChopeDevonshire Fish Names67421-433
1935L. M. BlackmoreThe Distribution of Bats in Devonshire67435-438
1936The Right Honourable Lord MamheadThe Depopulation of the Countryside (Presidential Address)6841-45
1936J. J. AlexanderEarly Owners of Bradley Manor [near Newton Abbot]68187-195
1936J. J. AlexanderEarly Owners of Torbryan Manor68197-214
1936Dom John StephanThe Buckfast Abbey Bells [medieval and modern]68215-220
1936Frances Rose-TroupNewton St. Cyres and Norton [Saxon manors]68221-231
1936R. Pearse ChopeDevonshire Calendar Customs: I. Movable Festivals68233-259
1936Colonel Ransom PickardThe Huguenots in Exeter68261-297
1936E. G. Symes SaundersPlymouth Silver68299-302
1936John Cowling and R. Hansford WorthArchaeological Notes from the Valley of the Lyd [flints, spindle whorls, “stone coffin”]68303-305
1936E. P. BurdOkehampton Turnpikes [1760 onwards]68307-323
1936John J. BeckerleggeThe Bell of the Lighthouse on Plymouth Breakwater [made for Start Point 1862, installed 1880]68325-329
1936Rev. E. H. GottoParochiales Bridfordii. A Devonshire Village in Olden Times. From the MS of the Rev. Robert Palk Carrington [Bridford, near Moretonhampstead]68331-350
1936T. J. JoceWestward from Dorchester [the route of the ancient road]68351-354
1936G. W. CopelandAn Early Fireplace in Membland Hall [Holbeton]68355-357
1936Major W. H. WilkinAxminster Notes. Part II. [Parish, manors and estates, institutions, vicars]68359-379
1936C. W. BrackenDevonshire Oak Galls68381-394
1936Lillian SheldonDevon Toll Houses [17 additions to those listed in her 1933 paper]68395
1936Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon68397-410
1937Professor Walter J. HarteEcclesiastical and Religious Affairs in Exeter, 1640-1642 (Presidential Address)6941-72
1937J. J. AlexanderTavistock in the Fifteenth Century69247-288
1937E. Masson PhillipsAncient Stone Crosses of Devon. Part 169289-342
1937R. Hansford WorthThe Petrography of Dartmoor69343-344
1937George M. DoeAn Unofficial Municipal Diary, 1751-97 [John Palmer, three times Mayor of Great Torrington]69346-351
1937Colonel Ransom PickardSunken Tracks on Haldon and a Mediaeval Trade Route69353-358
1937George Fox TregellesAn Introduction to the Seaweeds of Lundy69359-363
1937Lillian SheldonDevon Inns69365-390
1937G. W. CopelandDevon Dovecotes69391-401
1937Major W. H. WilkinThe Rectors of Honiton, 1505-190769403-410
1937Major W. H. WilkinMembury, the Yarty, Offwell and the Members for Honiton [Corrections to his 1926 paper]69411-415
1937Frances Rose-TroupExeter Manumissions and Quittances of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries69417-445
1937Ethel Lega-WeekesHistory of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe. Part III [continues 1935 paper]69447-470
1937Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon. II. The Saxon Element69471-477
1937G. W. CopelandBlagdon Barton: a Plea for its Preservation [Paignton]69479-482
1937Mervyn G. PalmerStanding Stones of the Ilfracombe District69483-495
1938G. T. HarrisAn Ecological Reconnaissance of Dartmoor (Presidential Address)7037-55
1938Bruce W. OliverThe Long Bridge of Barnstaple. Part 1.70193-197
1938J. J. AlexanderEarly Owners of Fulford Manor [Dunsford]70199-211
1938A. H. SleeSome Dead Industries of North Devon [woollen cloth, mining, lime burning, paper making, malting, coopering]70213-221
1938George M. DoeSome Notes on the Woollen and Gloving Manufactures at Great Torrington70223-228
1938C. W. BrackenThe Manor of Plympton Grange: A Court Roll and a Rental70231-251
1938Mrs F. Rose-TroupAn Anglo-Saxon Charter of Brentford (Brampford), Devon [Brampford Speke]70253-275
1938Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon. III. Occupative Names: Old Trades and Crafts70277-296
1938R. Hansford WorthDartmoor Sheep Bells70297-298
1938E. Masson PhillipsThe Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon: Part II70299-340
1938R. Pearse ChopeDevonshire Calendar Customs: Fixed Festivals. Part II. Fixed Festivals70341-404
1938J. J. AlexanderLeading Civic Officials of Exeter, 1330-153770405-421
1938Ethel Lega-WeekesThe History of St. Katherine’s Priory, Polsloe. Part IV. Polsloe Tithes70423-432
1938Miss Beatrix F. CresswellUmberleigh Chapel70433-439
1938Major W. H. WilkinFive Honiton Worthies [William Guard, William Harris, Ozias Humphry, William Salter, George Blagdon Wetcott]70441-450
1938R. Hansford WorthDartmoor Blowing Houses, Stray Notes70451-454
1938Miss R. C. EasterlingList of Civic Officials of Exeter in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, c. 1100-130070455-494
1939George M. DoeAn Ancient North Devon Borough: Its Surroundings and Associations in the Past (Presidential Address) [Great Torrington]7145-65
1939Mrs F. Rose-TroupThe Anglo-Saxon Charter of Ottery St. Mary71201-220
1939J. J. AlexanderTavistock in the Thirteenth Century71221-230
1939E. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (First Paper)71231-242
1939E. Masson PhillipsCarduus Pynocephalus L. on Plymouth Hoe71243-248
1939Miss Daphne DrakeMembers of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1295-149271249-266
1939Major W. H. WilkinVicars of Stockland, 1560-191871267-278
1939G. W. CopelandDevon Dovecotes: An Addition71279-282
1939Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon. IV Locative Surnames71283-288
1939J. J. AlexanderDevon Magnates in 1294 and 132471289-299
1939Eric V. KingdonGleanings of Old Records of Mary Tavy Parish71301-310
1939A. J. P. B. AlexanderManorial Title. A Tentative Explanation of its Extent and Limitations71311-320
1939R. Hansford WorthTwo Stone Circles on Dartmoor, Swincombe Valley, and West Dart Valley, with a note on the ‘Grey Wethers’71321-328
1939R. Hansford WorthDartmoor Sheep Bells. II.71329-330
1939Rev. O. J. ReichelThe Church and the Hundreds in Devon71331-342
1939A. W. EverettCompton Castle71343-346



1940C. W. BrackenDevon Entomologists and Entomology (Presidential Address)7223-61
1940J. BensonThe Ancestors of Prouz of Chagford72179-184
1940Miss E. Lega-WeekesThe Earliest Known Landowners of Throwleigh72185-190
1940R. Hansford WorthThe Dartmoor Menhirs72191-200
1940R. Hansford WorthNotes on Some Dartmoor Blowing Houses72201-208
1940R. Hansford WorthThe Dartmoor Blowing House72209-250
1940Miss Daphne DrakeMembers of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1492-168872251-264
1940E. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (Second Paper)72265-272
1940Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon V. Descriptive Names: Nicknames72273-281
1940J. J. AlexanderDevon Magnates in 143472283-303
1940F. W. MorganThe Domesday Geography of Devon72305-332
1941H. Lloyd ParryThe Government of Exeter – A Survey (Presidential Address)7329-50
1941G. W. CopelandFurther Notes on Devon Dovecotes73133-137
1941J. BensonHeritage of Prouz [Chagford]73139-152
1941J. J. AlexanderEarly Barons of Torrington and Barnstaple73153-179
1941Daphne DrakeMembers of Parliament for Barnstaple, 1689-183273181-193
1941A. H. SleeBraunton: And its Manors73195-202
1941R. Hansford WorthDartmoor: 1788-180873203-226
1941R. Hansford WorthRetaining Circles Associated with Stone Rows, Dartmoor73227-238
1941G. T. FraserSome Corrections and Additions to Flora of Devon, 193973239-274
1942Mrs F. Rose-TroupLeofric, the First Bishop of Exeter (Presidential Address)7441-66
1942W. H. RogersBarnstaple Turnpike Trust74139-168
1942Daphne DrakeMembers of Parliament for Barnstaple – Corrections and Additions74169-171
1942J. J. AlexanderThe Beginnings of Tavistock74173-202
1942R. Hansford WorthMarchants Cross, Meavy74203-206
1942R. Hansford WorthStone Circle in the Plym Valley74207-210
1942C. W. BrackenThe Obsolete Plymouth Manors of Sutton Pyll, Radcliffe and Lulyetts Fee74211-236
1942Mrs F. Rose-TroupCrediton Charters of the Tenth Century74237-261
1943Colonel Ransom PickardGlaciation on Dartmoor (Presidential Address)7525-52
1943Rev. A. L. BrowneThe Tenants of Exeter Archdeaconry in the Thirteenth Century75101-120
1943T. J. JoceExeter Roads and Streets75121-134
1943H. Ronald HicksWilliam Payne. Painter in Oils and Watercolours75135-139
1943E. Masson PhillipsNotes on Some Roadside Stones in South West Devon75141-166
1943Eric V. KingdonThe Bridges over the River Tavy at Tavistock75167-170
1943Paymaster Commander A. W. B. MessengerA Survey of the Heraldry at the Hall, Weare Gifford, Devon75171-210
1943Mervyn G. PalmerA Diarist in Devon [Mr D. Benham’s diary in Ilfracombe Museum of two summer holidays in Devon, 1849 and 1852]75211-243
1943H. P. R. FinbergChurch and State in Twelfth Century Devon: Some Documentary Illustrations75245-258
1943E. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon. (Third Paper)75259-266
1943G. W. CopelandNotes on Devon Dovecotes: Part IV75267-272
1943R. Hansford WorthThe Prehistoric Pounds of Dartmoor75273-302
1944The Ven. A. H. ThompsonThe Inventories of the Treasures of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in Exeter (Presidential Address)7627-37
1944H. Ronald HicksMiniature Artists in Devonshire [Nicholas Hilliard, Richard Cosway, Andrew Plimer, Ozias Humphrey, Richard Crosse, Francis Lane, Marie Pearce]76123-127
1944Colonel Ransom PickardThe Huguenots in Exeter – A Continuation76129-132
1944D John StephanSavigny and Buckfast Abbey76133-139
1944C. W. BrackenThe Plymouth Grammar School [1561-1937]76141-166
1944W. R. HooperSome Chief Burgesses of Great Torrington [1182-1673]76167-186
1944R. Hansford WorthThe Tenants and Commoners of Dartmoor [venville, foreignors and wreytors, foldage, manor courts, tithes]76187-214
1944Mervyn G. PalmerDiarist in Devon. Part II. [Mr D. Benham, Ilfracombe Museum, visit to Devon 1852]76215-247
1945Percy MorrisExeter Cathedral: A Historical Review 1676-1726 (Presidential address)7725-54
1945Lt.-Colonel J. V. RamsdenAxmouth Haven77145-148
1945G. W. CopelandRadford (Plymstock, Devon)77149-156
1945H. P. R. FinbergMorwell77157-172
1945W. R. HooperNotes on a Collection of Devonshire Seventeenth Century Tokens77173-190
1945H. W. PugsleyThe Tower on Lynmouth Pier77191-198
1945Mervyn G. PalmerA Diarist in Devon. Part III [Diary of Daniel Benham, 1849-52, in Ilfracombe Museum]77199-224
1945R. Hansford WorthThe Dartmoor Hut Circles77225-256
1946R. WaterfieldMusic in Devon; The Historical Aspect (Presidential Address)7823-48
1946C. Fryer CorneliusAncient Devon Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot78123-152
1946E. Amery AdamsThe Old Heytor Granite Railway [Haytor]78153-160
1946R. Hansford WorthStray Notes on the Teign Valley78161-170
1946Col. R. PickardA Neolithic Celt from Near Moretonhampstead78171-176
1946Bruce W. OliverThe Long Bridge of Barnstaple. Part 278177-192
1946H. W. PugsleyThe Flora of Combe Martin78193-206
1946Col. R. PickardThe High Level Gravels in East and North Devon78207-228
1946Eric V. KingdonTavistock Library78229-238
1946C. E. HicksEarly Methodism in Tavistock78239-246
1946C. W. BrackenPlymouth Chantries78247-258
1946John J. BeckerleggeThe Thunderbolt: A Plymouth Newspaper:78259-264
1946H. P. R. FinbergChilde’s Tomb78265-280
1946R. Hansford WorthDartmoor Blowing Houses (Supplement)78281-284
1946R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor: Part I78285-316
1947C. A. Ralegh RadfordThe Dumnonii (Presidential Address)7915-30
1947C. Fryer CorneliusFittings, Furnishings and Finishings of the Ancient Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot7981-90
1947Lt.-Col. G. W. G. HughesGidleigh7991-104
1947Hermon FrenchA Moorland Farm near Ponsworthy during February and March 194779105-108
1947E. Amery AdamsObservations and Comparisons made above Ashburton during the same period [February and March 1947 – see paper in same volume by Hermon French]79109-112
1947J. H. D. HooperThe Caverns at Buckfastleigh79113-116
1947Marjorie P. CrightonSome Medical and Scientific Books in Exeter Cathedral Library79117-124
1947R. Hansford WorthPrehistory in Tavistock79125-128
1947H. P. R. FinbergThe Borough of Tavistock: its Origin & Early History79129-154
1947C. E. HicksTavistock: The Changing Scene in the Last Two Centuries79155-174
1947R. Hansford WorthThe Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part II79175-186
1947Col. R. PickardThe Central Trackway of Dartmoor79187-192
1947Lt.-Col. J. V. RamsdenThe Hill Fort and Castle Hill at Widworthy79193-196
1947Cecil SpiegelhalterSurnames of Devon VI. French Place-Names and Devon Family-Names79197-210
1947R. H. WorthDartmoor and the Services [Evidence given on behalf of the Devonshire Association and the Dartmoor Preservation Association to the Public Enquiry, 16 July 1947]79211-226
1947C. R.Heraldry of Canterbury Cathedral79227-228
1947R. G. GoodchildAn Antiquary in Devon (W. T. P. Shortt 1800-1881)79229-257
1948Rt Hon. L. S. AmeryThe Elizabethan Spirit (Presidential Address)8021-35
1948Rev. W. J. PrewThe Bristol Channel and Bideford Bay: a study in local palaeogeography80111-118
1948Inkerman RogersThe Invasion of North Devon by Hubba the Dane in the Year 87880119-126
1948F. E. WhitingBideford Bridge80127-136
1948Vernon C. BoyleArts and Crafts of an Old Sea Port (Bideford)80137-146
1948Bruce W. OliverThe Three Tuns, Barnstaple80147-158
1948Mrs B. W. OliverSome Notes on Shebbear and Durpley Castle80159-166
1948John HooperA Deep Natural Cavern at Westleigh80167-170
1948Col. Ransom PickardThe Bed of the Lower Exe80171-176
1948John B. BeckerleggePlymouth Transport in Recent Years80177-186
1948H. Ronald HicksThe Tavistock Theatre80187-192
1948Rev. J. A. S. CastlehowThe Duchy of Lancaster in the County of Devon80193-210
1948C. E. HicksDevonshire Bank Notes80211-232
1948R. Hansford WorthDartmoor Sheep Bells: Part III80233-234
1948R. Hansford WorthStone Celts in Devon80235-236
1949Bruce W. OliverThe Devonshire Cottage (Presidential Address)8127-45
1949H. P. R. FinbergThe Stannary of Tavistock81155-184
1949Miss Margaret FairmanerSt. Mary Tavy Parish Registers81185-196
1949H. Lloyd ParryThe Fee Farm of Exeter81197-200
1949R. Easterling, Miss M. Crighton and Ransom PickardSome Early Medical Men in Exeter81201-210
1949J. H. D. HooperCave-dwelling Bats in South Devon81211-216
1949Ransom PickardGeology of Milber Down81217-226
1949G. C. Coulton (& Rev. H. Fulford Williams)The Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Totnes, 134281227-269
1949G. W. CopelandCharles Church, Plymouth81271-286
1949C. E. HicksThe Banking Crisis of 1825 in Devon81287-296
1949Hamlyn ParsonsLinks Between South Devon and Tierra del Fuego81297-302
1949Rev. R. Fraser BastowThe Freshwater Bacillariales (Diatoms) of Devonshire81303-310
1949R. Hansford WorthThe Moorstone Age: Part I81311-331
1949W. J. PrewOn Metals in Devon. A Comparative Review of Origins and Principles81333-340
1949T. R. ShawThe Caves at Chudleigh81341-345
1949Grahame FarrThe Torridge Devonia and Other Bideford-Bristol Steamers81346-356



1950E. Amery AdamsForests and Forestry in Devon (Presidential Address)8229-43
1950Edward CahenThe Two British Oaks: Their Occurrence in Devon82193-204
1950Alfred H. ShorterThe Historical Geography of the Paper Making Industry in Devon, 1684-195082205-216
1950G. H. GibbensA Short History of Sidmouth82217-228
1950Preb. C. A. W. RussellThe Church Registers of the Parish of Harpford82229-232
1950Ransom PickardNotes on the Superficial Geology of Exeter82233-240
1950Cecily RadfordThree Centuries of Play Going in Exeter82241-270
1950Alfred H. ShorterField Patterns in Brixham Parish, Devon82271-280
1950Percy RussellThe New Quay at Dartmouth (1584-1640)82281-290
1950J. H. D. HooperReed’s Cave, Buckfastleigh82291-294
1950H. P. R. FinbergAn Unrecorded Stannary Parliament82295-310
1950AnonThe Parish Constables’ Accounts of St. Mary Tavy, 1672-170982311-319
1950E. Amery Adams and H. DeweyReport on Some Prehistoric Objects from Welstor82321-323
1950E. Amery Adams and H. DeweySpindle Whorls found in Devonshire82324-328
1950R. Hansford WorthThe Moorstone Age: Part II82329-339
1951Commander (S.) A. W. B. MessengerAn Eighteenth Century Dean of Exeter and His Family (Presidential Address)8322-33
1951Commander (S.) A. W. B. MessengerThe Heraldry of Tawstock Church83130-171
1951Aileen FoxThe Underground Conduits in Exeter Exposed During Reconstruction in 195083172-178
1951G. E. FussellFour Centuries of Farming Systems in Devon: 1500-190083179-204
1951C. E. HicksEarly Banking in Brixham83205-211
1951Vernon C. BoyleLines of Beauty in Art and Nature83212-216
1951C. Fryer CorneliusMedieval Effigies and Other Memorials in the Parish Churches within a Ten Mile Radius of Newton Abbot83217-238
1951May F. C. OliverNotes on Roborough (North Devon) its Manors and Bartons83239-252
1951J. R. W. CoxheadThe Story of Ashe House [near Colyton]83253-258
1951Dom John StéphanSome Notes on Saint Boniface and his Relics in England83259-266
1951H. St. J. O’NeilThe Old House Known as Number Five Higher Street, Dartmouth83267-271
1951J. H. D. HooperBat Banding In Devonshire83272-277
1951Percy RussellSome Historical Notes on the Brixham Fisheries83278-297
1951E. N. Masson PhillipsAn Addendum To The Moorstone Age Part II83298-299
1952Mrs M. C. S. CruwysThe Records at Cruwys Morchard (Presidential Address)841-19
1952John SatterlyMemories of Ashburton in Late Victorian Days8420-51
1952A. S. MahoodSome Notes on Blundell’s School [Tiverton]8452-80
1952Lt.-Col. J. V. RamsdenNotes on the Mines of Devonshire8481-104
1952Lady (Aileen) FoxRoman Objects from Cadbury castle84105-114
1952R. Graham and C. A. Ralegh RadfordThe Cluniac Priory of St. Mary, Carswell84115-121
1952Joyce YouingsThe City of Exeter and the Property of the Dissolved Monasteries84122-141
1952A. H. SleeThe Open Fields of Braunton84142-149
1952Commander (S.) A. W. B. MessengerA Note on the Rood Screen of St. Nectan’s Church, Hartland84150-155
1952Col. Ransom PickardSuperficial Geology of Exeter and the Alpha Brook Valley84156-158
1952Col. Ransom PickardThe Celtic Site on Coombe Down84159-162
1952Miss Theo BrownA Further Note on the Great Devon Mystery84163-171
1952C. E. StevensA Lady of Quality of Roman Devon84172-177
1952D. Roy TuckerQuarter Sessions and County Council Government of Devon in the Nineteenth Century84178-205
1952Mrs (May) OliverCorrections and Additions to the ‘Manors and Bartons of Roborough’ (N. Devon)84206-207
1953F. S. RussellThe English Channel (Presidential Address)851-17
1953L. E. BraddickThe Port of Topsham, its ships and ship-builders8518-34
1953John Caldwell and John WilkinsonThe Exeter Oak8535-40
1953G. W. CopelandBuckland Abbey: Some Problems8541-52
1953G. W. CopelandThe History and Work of the Old Plymouth Society8553-55
1953Percy Russell and Gladys YorkKingswear and Neighbourhood8556-84
1953T. J. WallaceThe Plant Ecology of Dawlish Warren (Part I)8586-94
1953P. H. HardacreThe End of the Civil War in Devon: a Royalist Letter of 16468595-104
1953Hamlyn Parsons and Bart LongColyton Club Day85105-113
1953D. Roy TuckerQuarter Sessions and County Council Government in Devon in the Nineteenth Century (Part Two)85114-132
1953Diana and Alexander WoolnerThe Motte at Castle Dyke, High Week85133-138
1953Vernon C. BoyleR. T. Blackmore, Shipwright85139-144
1953Hamlyn ParsonsInvestigations into the Burford Down Stone Row85145-147
1953Mary C. JenningsAliens in Plymouth during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars85148-153
1954St. John ErvineA Stranger Looks at Devon (Presidential Address)861-20
1954Lady (Aileen) FoxExcavations at Kestor8621-62
1954W. L. D. RavenhillThe Settlement of Devon in the Dark Ages8663-74
1954Lt.-Col. G. W. G. HughesMoreton Hampstead8675-88
1954E. G. FogwillPastoralism on Dartmoor8689-114
1954Rev. H. Fulford WilliamsNorth Tawton: A Devon Market Town86115-136
1954W. B. StephensMerchant Companies and Commercial Policy in Exeter, 1625-168886137-160
1954Mrs (May) OliverNewton Tracey and a Forgotten Quaker Burial Ground86161-165
1954Mrs J. M. CrowleyNotes on the Ruined Chapel of St. Helen, Croyde86166-172
1954E. N. Masson PhillipsAncient Stone Crosses of Devon: Supplementary Notes (4th Paper)86173-194
1954J. H. D. HooperSome Notes on a Cave near Radford86195-200
1954T. J. WallaceThe Plant Ecology of Dawlish Warren, The Larger Fungi (Part 2)86201-210
1954Diana and Alexander WoolnerTeignbridge and the Haldon Road86211-227
1954S. E. RigoldTotnes Castle: Recent Excavation by the Ancient Monuments Department, Ministry of Works86228-256
1955Ursula RadfordThe Deans of Exeter (Presidential Address)871-24
1955Major T. W. VennAn Introduction to Crediton8725-32
1955Charles LuxtonThe Earliest Settlements at Crediton8733-38
1955Charles LuxtonCrediton Charity Schools8739-54
1955Lady (Aileen) FoxHuts and Enclosures at Grippers Hill, Dartomoor8755-62
1955Miss Theo BrownThe Trojans in Devon8763-76
1955Rev. H. Fulford WilliamsIdeford Through the Centuries8777-89
1955Rev. H. R. EvansWife for an Archdeacon8790-110
1955Sir Percy McElwaineA Rawleighe Escapade87111-115
1955Alfred E. BlackwellJohn Gay87116-129
1955Donald CawthronAdministration of the Diocese of Exeter in the Fourteenth Century87130-164
1955Rev. W. Keble MartinA Short History of Coffinswell87165-190
1955J. A. BulleyThe Beginnings of the Devonshire Ball Clay Trade87191-203
1955Mary GillhamSome Effects of the Larger Animals on the Flora of Lundy87204-229
1955G. W. CopelandWidey Court87230-238
1955Hamlyn ParsonsCourt Entries of the Borough of Ashburton, 1747-180387239-249
1955Percy RussellFire Beacons in Devon87250-302
1956The Rt. Hon. The Earl FortescueSome Notes on the Family of Fortescue (Presidential Address)881-20
1956R. B. CarnegieThe Lynmouth Flood Disaster: Reconstruction works completed and in progress, April, 19568821-41
1956L. C. W. BonacinaWordsworth and Coleridge on the Confines of Devonshire8842-46
1956A. W. EverettThe Chapel of St. Nicholas, Ilfracombe8847-51
1956C. W. TaylorErratics of the Saunton and Fremington Areas8852-64
1956John CaldwellSome Notes on the First British Bee-Keeping Society8865-74
1956A. W. EverettRebuilding of the Hall of Compton Castle8875-85
1956Diana and Alexander WoolnerWaste Berry, Brixton8886-89
1956W. B. StephensThe West-Country Ports and the Struggle for the Newfoundland Fisheries in the Seventeenth Century8890-101
1956Mrs Philip Scott (Elizabeth Scott)Lympstone: A Village Story88102-129
1956E. D. MackernessRichard Hole of the Exeter Society of Gentlemen, an Eighteenth Century Shakespearean Critic88130-141
1956J. A. BulleyTeignmouth as a Seaside Resort88142-162
1956G. W. Copeland and A. W. EverettDiscoveries at the Church of St. Andrew, Plymouth88163-173
1956John RobertsA Notable Devon Knight: Sir William Courtnay (1553-1630)88174-188
1956Hamlyn ParsonsDartmoor Blowing Houses: Some Recent Investigations88189-196
1956G. W. CopelandNotes on Devon Dovecotes: Part V88197-199
1957Rev. S. C. CarpenterSome Devon Poets (Presidential Address)891-17
1957Lady (Aileen) FoxExcavations at Dean Moor (1954-56)8918-77
1957J. S. RoshellSir William Sturmey, Speaker at the Parliament at Coventry, 14048978-92
1957R. Welldon-FinnThe Making of the Devonshire Domesdays8993-123
1957Kathleen and Cecil FrenchDevonshire Plasterwork89124-144
1957Alfred E. BlackwellSome Critical Notes on the Bibliography of Lundy89145-152
1957Mrs Bruce OliverNotes on Brushford89153-159
1957Keith GardnerA Mesolithic Survey of North Devon89160-174
1957Mrs Jeanie CrowleySundials in North Devon89175-191
1957Peter W. HopkinsThe Amphibians and Reptiles of Devon, A Review (1584-1957)89192-204
1957Miss Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon89205-215
1957Miss Sabina LambSome Notes on Eighteenth Century Furnishings in the Parish Churches of Devon89216-224
1957Rev. H. Fulford WilliamsSampford Courtenay and Honeychurch89225-240
1958Miss Mary CoateThe Corporation of the Church of St. Mary of Ottery (Presidential Address)9018-30
1958A. A. BrockettNonconformity in Devon in the Eighteenth Century9031-59
1958Miss Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon, II9060-61
1958The Rev. H. R. EvansBroadhempston9062-126
1958A. W. EverettDomestic Piscinas in Devon90127-128
1958E. N. Masson PhillipsBunter Quartzite Artifacts from Coastal Sites in South Devon90129-145
1958Miss Cecily RadfordRichard Ford and His Handbook for Travellers in Spain90146-166
1958Miss Joan SinarSome Medieval and Modern Benefactions in Kingsbridge and the Neighbourhood90167-178
1958C. W. TaylorThe Saunton Pink Granite Erratic90179-186
1958C. W. TaylorSome Supplementary Notes on Saunton Erratics90187-191
1958Rev. H. F. Fulford WilliamsThe Yeomanry and Mounted Rifles of Devon90192-197
1959L. K. ElmhirstSome Aspects of the History of Dartington Hall (Presidential Address)9119-35
1959Miss Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon: Part III9136-37
1959Miss Theo BrownThe Black Dog in Devon9138-44
1959C. Fryer CorneliusSt. Andrew’s Church, Ashburton: History and Description of the Fabric9145-70
1959Lady Fox and W. L. D. RavenhillStoke Hill Roman Signal Station9171-82
1959E. N. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon9183-91
1959John RobertsSir John Gilbert, 1536 (?) – 969192-106
1959Percy Russell and A. W. EveretttNumber Thirteen, Higher Street, Dartmouth91107-111
1959Dom John StéphanSome Notes on Ashburton Grammar School91112-125
1959Dom John StéphanAn Ashburton and Totnes Worthy: Edmund Bishop (1846–1917)91126-129
1959Rev. H. F. Fulford WilliamsDevon Infantry Units: Regular, Militia and Volunteer91130-137
1959John YallopSlapton College91138-148
1959Comdr A. H. Woolner and Mrs D. H. WoolnerTeignbridge and the Haldon Road: A Supplement91149-151



1960Rt. Honble The Earl of HalsburyThe Pleasure of Scale (Presidential Address)9219-34
1960Rev. J. H. B. AndrewsThe Parishes of Satterleigh and Warkleigh9235-87
1960A. E. BlackwellLundy’s Ecclesiastical History9288-100
1960Miss Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon: Part IV92101-103
1960John CaldwellA Provincial Horticultural Society (Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society)92104-115
1960G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses92116-141
1960A. M. Erskine and D. PortmanThe History of an Exeter Tenement (229 High Street)92142-157
1960Rev. H. R. Evans[The parish of ] Woodland92158-232
1960H. FrenchSome Unusual Plant Aliens in Widecombe-in-the-Moor92233-235
1960O. GreigFlora of the Lime Quarry Pools of North West Devon92236-238
1960C. E. HicksNonconformity in South Molton92239-247
1960R. StanesSir Guy de Brian, K.G.92248-278
1960W. B. StephensRoger Mallock, Merchant and Royalist92279-292
1960E. WelchPollexfen Pew at Yealmpton92293-301
1960Rev. H. F. Fulford WilliamsMemories of a Devon Childhood92302-310
1960F. E. ZeunerExcavations at the Site called ‘The Old Grotto’, Torbryan92311-330
1961J. W. CookPot Pourri: Higher Education and Research in Devon (Presidential Address)9321-33
1961Rev. J. H. B. AndrewsChittlehamholt93141-173
1961A. E. BlackwellThe North Devon Athenaeum, Barnstaple93174-183
1961A. A. BrockettSome Political and Social Influence of Exeter Dissenters and Some Notable Families93184-193
1961Miss T. BrownTales of a Dartmoor Village: Some Preliminary Notes on the Folklore of Postbridge93194-227
1961R. J. E. BushRev. John Lemprière, D.D., in Devon93228-249
1961G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses: Part II93250-265
1961Mrs J. M. CrowleySundials in South Devon93266-284
1961H. FrenchFurther Occurrences of Unusual Alien Plants at Widecombe93285
1961Miss M. LattimoreSome Prehistoric Evidence in the Plymouth Area93286-303
1961Miss M. LattimoreThe Deep Channel of the Tamar Estuary93304-309
1961Miss H. H. WalkerNotes for a Study of Bishop Walter de Stapledon and the Church in the West Country in the Early Fourteenth Century93310-328
1961Rev. H. F. Fulford WilliamsThree Devon Examples of the Law of Deodand93329-3333
1962Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Exeter (C. C. Mortimer)The Exeter Case (Presidential Address)9426-41
1962Miss Hilda H. WalkerThe Story of the Devonshire Association, 1862-1962 (Centenary Lecture)9442-110
1962N. W. AlcockHouses in an East Devon Parish [Sowton]94185-232
1962Rev. Prebendary J. B. AndrewsChittlehampton94233-338
1962L. E. BraddickWhitestone and Oldridge94339-362
1962R. J. E. BushExeter Free Grammar School, 1633-180994363-410
1962J. CaldwellThe Exeter Elm and W. Ford’s Nursery94411-412
1962J. CaldwellSome Notes on the History of Exeter University94413-426
1962G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses: Part III94427-439
1962H. J. HanhamA Tangle Untangled: Lordship of the Manor and Borough of Ashburton94440-457
1962Lt.-Col. G. W. G. HughesNumber Seven, The Close, Exeter94458-462
1962Mrs C. D. LinehanA Forgotten Manor in Widecombe-in-the-Moor with Notes on its Geology, Archaeology and Mining by H. French94463-492
1962R. NewtonLaw and Order in Exeter, 1837-4894493-530
1962M. C. F. ProctorA Sketch of the Epiphytic Bryophite Communities of the Dartmoor Oak Woods94531-554
1962I. G. SimmonsAn Outline of the Vegetation History of Dartmoor94555-574
1962G. H. Stephens and C. E. WelchThe Plymouth Athenaeum, 1812-196294575-578
1962C. E. WelchDissenters’ Meeting Houses in Plymouth to 185294579-612
1962Rev. H. F. Fulford WilliamsSome Vestments of Bishop Grandisson Now Preserved in the Azores94613-622
1962L. C. FrostA Flora Annotated by William Wavell Containing Some First Records for Devon94623-629
1962K. UgawaEconomic Development of Some Devon Manors in the 13th Century94630-684
1963Dom John StéphanDevon Cistercians in English Literature (Presidential Address)9525-51
1963N. W. AlcockDevonshire Linhays: A Vernacular Tradition95117-130
1963Miss T. BownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon: Part V95131-134
1963G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses: Part IV95135-155
1963H. FrenchField Names in Widecombe-in-the-Moor95156-167
1963H. French and Mrs C. D. LinehanAbandoned Medieval Sites in Widecombe-in-the-Moor95168-179
1963I. G. SimmonsThe Blanket Bog of Dartmoor95180-196
1963E. T. VachellEggesford and Heywood Castles95197-207
1963Miss H. H. WalkerThe Petition for the Making of the Torbay Road, 183695208-218
1963R. D. BrownDevonians and New England Settlement before 165095219-243
1964Rt. Hon. The Viscount AmoryOur Changing Heritage (Presidential Address)9628-40
1964E. M. M. AlexanderFather John MacEnery: Scientist or Charlatan (Kent’s Cavern)96113-146
1964Rev. Prebendery J. H. B. AndrewsThe Rise of the Bible Christians with Reference to the Church in North Devon in the early 19th Century96147-185
1964A. A. BrockettIndex to Papers on Nonconformist History Published in the Transactions96186-189
1964R. M. L. CookVermin Traps on south west Dartmoor96190-201
1964G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses: Part V96202-207
1964W. R. DearmanThe Tectonics of the Upper Culm Measures near Okehampton96208-227
1964J. C. GoodridgeDevon Great Consols: A Study of a Victorian Mining Enterprise96228-268
1964R. G. F. StanesA Georgicall Account of Devonshire and Cornwalle in Answer to Some Queries concerning Agriculture, Samuel Colepresse (1667)96269-302
1964W. S. SteerThe Origins of Social Insurance96303-317
1964C. E. WelchPlymouth: Municipal Reform in Plymouth96318-338
1964E. GreenfieldExcavation of a Bombed Site in Chapel Street, Exeter96339-379
1965Norman CapenerWilliam of Orange and Accident Prevention (Presidential Address)9732-40
1965Miss M. BrodieThe Parish Records of Alphington, 1603-183697137-156
1965A. W. EverettThe Monastic Barn at Shiphay, Torquay97157-160
1965Brian Le MessurierThe Phillpotts Peat Passes of Northern Dartmoor: A Pioneer Survey97161-170
1965Mrs C. D. LinehanDeserted Sites on Dartmoor97171-178
1965W. L. D. RavenhillBenjamin Donn, 1729-1798: Map Maker and Master of Mechanics97179-193
1965Miss H. H. WalkerSome Medieval Demesne Boundaries in Torquay97194-211
1965C. E. WelchAndrew Kinsman’s Churches at Plymouth97212-236
1966H. G. HurrellThe Changing Fauna of Devon (Presidential Address)9837-48
1966N. W. AlcockA Devon Farm: Bury Barton, Lapford98105-131
1966N. W. AlcockThe Medieval Buildings of Bishop’s Clyst98132-153
1966Miss Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon. Part VI98154-156
1966G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses: Part VI98157-167
1966W. R. DearmanEn échelon Folding in Knowle Quarry, Okehampton98168-172
1966Dorothy A. GardinerJohn Hawley of Dartmouth98173-205
1966H. J. HanhamAshburton as a Parliamentary Borough, 1640-186898206-256
1966T. J. HumphreysHolsworthy Museum: A note on its 30th anniversary98257-258
1966A. H. NobleThe Parish of Hawkchurch98259-261
1966David H. PillThe Administration of the Diocese of Exeter under Bishop Veysey98262-278
1966E. Clive RouseWall Paintings in Bratton Clovelly Church98279-281
1966A. D. SelleckPlymouth Friends: A Quaker History98282-326
1966E. T. VachellExeter Castle: Its Background, Origin and History98327-348
1966Miss Hilda H. WalkerThe Later Growth of Shiphay Collaton. Torquay98349-369
1966C. E. WelchThe Iron Bridge at Plymouth98370-385
1966H. J. YallopSir William de Brian98386-397
1967Rt. Rev. W. A. E. Westall, The Bishop of CreditonRailways in Devon (Presidential Address)9931-36
1967Jonathan LomasThe Old Doors and Doorways of Barnstaple9937-48
1967Hilda H. Walker and Antony J. SutcliffeJames Lyon Widger, 1823-1892, and the Torbryan Caves9949-110
1967H. J. HanhamThe Suppression of the Chantries in Ashburton99111-138
1967H. J. HanhamThe Seyntcleres of Tidwell: the Rise and Fall of a Budleigh Family99139-146
1967Joyce YouingsKing James’s Charter to Tiverton, 161599147-164
1967J. E. KewMortgages in Mid Tudor Devonshire99165-180
1967Edwin WelchDissenters’ Meeting Houses in Plymouth, 1852-193999181-212
1967A. D. SelleckPlymouth Friends: a Quaker History. Part II99213-262
1967G. W. CopelandDevonshire Church Houses. Part VII99263-266
1967G. W. CopelandMore About Devon Dovecotes99267-272
1967W. R. DearmanStructural Patterns in the Upper Carboniferous Rocks at Welcombe Mouth, North Devon99273-286
1967Hilda H. WalkerLivermead Harbour, Torquay99287-288
1968A. P. G. MichelmoreLearning From Life (Presidential Address)1001-12
1968N. W. AlcockDevon Farm Houses: Part I10013-28
1968Paul CorbouldThe Monumental Brasses of Devon10029-44
1968David H. PillExeter diocesan courts in the early sixteenth century10045-54
1968R. L. TavernerThe Administrative Work of the Devon Justices in the 17th Century10055-84
1968D. BrunsdenAshburton Valley – An Example of the Study of River Capture10085-100
1968A. H. SleeBraunton Marshes100101-110
1968Edwin WelchCann Quarry Canal and Railway100111-124
1968Hilda H. WalkerThe Causeway Near Torre Abbey in South Devon100125-142
1968Hilda H. WalkerOccombe in the Parish of Marldon, Devon: an historical survey100143-160
1968Rev. John WallChristian Evidences in Roman South-West Britain100161-178
1968A. W. Everett and Rev. V. HopeThe Re-building of Exeter Cathedral, c.1270-1360100179-190
1968Rev. J. G. M. ScottCasting a Bell for Exeter Cathedral, 1372100191-204
1968John RobertsYounger Sir John Gilbert (c.1575-1608)100205-218
1968John G. BeckerleggeCharles II’s Visits to Plymouth100219-226
1968Arthur H. NobleThe Parish Registers of Chardstock, Devon100227-230
1968Grace BradbeerEvacuation of the South Hams100231-246
1968K. J. Gregory and D. E. WallingInstrumented Catchments in south-east Devon100247-262
1968A. D. HorrillCanopy throughfall composition in two areas of Devonshire oak-woodland100263-276
1968Elizabeth Gawne and J. V. Somers CocksParallel Reaves on Dartmoor100277-292
1968Isabel Arkle, T. Spenser and Jonathan LomasPilton Long Stone Excavation, 1967100293-305
1969J. CaldwellWork of a Department of Botany (of Exeter University) (Presidential Address)1011-16
1969Elsa GodfreyNotes on Dawlish Parish and Its Churchwardens’ Accounts10117-44
1969Rev. H. R. EvansHarpford10145-82
1969N. W. AlcockDevonshire Farmhouses: Part II: Some Dartmoor Houses10183-106
1969H. Stevenson BalfourAn Armoury of Georgeham Church101107-114
1969John C. de V. RobertsSir Walter Ralegh: in Life and Letters101115-124
1969W. B. StephensThe Foreign Trade of Plymouth and the Cornish Ports in the Early 17th Century101125-138
1969Amos C. MillerLady Howard and Sir Richard Grenville101139-160
1969J. S. TaylorPoverty in a West Devon Parish (Bradford) in the Last Years of the Old Poor Law101161-182
1969J. D. A. WiddowsonA Survey of Current Folklore in Newfoundland with Special reference to the English West Country101183-196
1969Thomas A. P. GreevesA Mine in Deancombe Valley (Sheepstor)101197-202
1969Beryl M. JenkinSome Notes on the Submerged Forest at Westward Ho!, North Devon101203-206
1969D. J. C. LamingA Guide to the Permo-Triassic Rocks of Tor Bay, Petitor and Shaldon101207-218



1970Stuart HibberdForty Years of Broadcasting (Presidential Address)1021-18
1970S. M. PearceLate Roman Coinage in South West Britain10219-34
1970H. S. A. FoxBoundary of Uplyme10235-48
1970E. GawneField Patterns in Widecombe Parish and the Forest of Dartmoor10249-70
1970J. RobertsThe Armada Lord Lieutenant: His Family and Career: Part I10271-86
1970A. M. MillerLady Howard and Her Children10287-104
1970H. Stevenson BalfourThe Wreck of HMS Weazle102105-120
1970R. D. F. BromleyNineteenth Century Economic and Population Change at Chulmleigh102121-140
1970N. W. AlcockAn East Devon Manor in the Later Middle Ages. Part I [Bishop’s Clyst]102141-188
1970A. H. NobleThe Register of the Parish of Colyton, Devon102189-192
1970D. G. HewettThe Effects of the Cold Winter of 1962/63 on Juncus acutus at Braunton Burrows102193-202
1970B. Drew WoodA Nottingham Plaque in a Devon Church (St Peter Tavy)102203-204
1971G. Wilson KnightJohn Ford: Dramatist of the Heart (Presidential Address)1031-18
1971H. P. R. FinbergAyshford and Boehill10319-24
1971N. W. AlcockThe Clystwicon Charter [Clyst St Mary]10325-34
1971S. R. JonesDevonshire Farmhouses: Part III: Moorland and non-moorland long-houses10335-76
1971M. LaithwaiteMiddle Moor, Sowton: a re-assessment10377-84
1971S. E. ThomasThe Barnstaple Pewterers10385-102
1971J. RobertsThe Armada Lord Lieutenant: His Family and Career: Part II103103-122
1971J. J. BeckerleggeEgg Buckland in 1850103123-132
1971A. GrantSome Barnstaple Sailing Ships of the Mid 19th Century103133-146
1971D. E. WallingSediment Dynamics of Small Instrumented Catchments in South East Devon103147-166
1971V. GardinerA Drainage Density Map of Dartmoor103167-180
1971M. HarriesAn Analysis of Some of the Ecological Characteristics of an Upland Oakwood103181-196
1971T. A. P. GreevesA Tinners’ Mill in Walkhampton Parish103197-199
1972Hon. Margaret LambertPursuit of Documents (Presidential Address)1041-14
1972D. W. BlakeBishop William Warelast10415-34
1972N. W. AlcockDevonshire Farmhouses: Part IV: Some Medieval Houses in East and North Devon10435-56
1972A. M. JacksonMedieval Exeter: the Exe and the Earldom of Devon10457-80
1972H. S. A. FoxField Systems of East and South Devon10481-136
1972John RobertsReflections on Elizabethan Barnstaple: Politics and Society104137-148
1972Amos C. MillerImpact of the Civil War on Devon and the Decline of the Royalist Cause in the West of England 1644-5104149-174
1972John CaldwellDean Clarke’s Hospital: Notes on the History 1741-1948104175-192
1973Lord FootRoyal Commission on the Constitution (Presidential Address)1051-16
1973James BarberNo.4 Vauxhall Street, Plymouth: A seventeenth century merchant’s house of “gallery and back block” Type10517-36
1973James BarberNo. 33 St. Andrew’s Street, Plymouth: A record during restoration10537-58
1973Jennifer BarberNew Light on the Plymouth Friaries10559-74
1973Jennifer BarberYogge’s House or Prysten House? (Plymouth)10575-86
1973D. G. PriceAncient Fields on Shaugh Moor10587-94
1973Susan M. PearceDating of some Celtic dedications and hagiographical traditions in South West Britain10595-120
1973Bristow M. DougallObservations on the Composition of Air and Precipitation at Seale-Hayne College, Newton Abbot105121-130
1973Hon. Michael J. LambertRoads to the Roman Camp at North Tawton105131-140
1973N. W. AlcockAn East Devon Manor in the Later Middle Ages. Part II [Bishop’s Clyst]105141-190
1974Sir Richard AclandSix Generations of Change (Acland Family) (Presidential Address)1061-16
1974Anne WelsfordMr Newte’s Library in St Peter’s Church, Tiverton10617-32
1974W. P. AuthersNotes from the Nineteenth Century Records of Tiverton Congregational Church10633-46
1974D. W. BlakeBishop Leofric10647-58
1974Christopher J. SchmitzThe Early Growth of the Devon Barytes Industry, 1835-187510659-76
1974Brian CantAspects of Valley-floor Development in the Upper Exe Basin10677-94
1974Amber PatrickThe Growth and Decline of Morewellham10695-118
1974Jonathan LomasRestoration of Higher Hareston Manor, Brixton (1972-1973)106119-140
1974V. GardinerLand Form and Land Classification in North West Devon106141-154
1974Ronald E. WilsonTudor and Merton Cottages, Sidmouth106155-160
1974R. M. L. CookEylesbarrow (1814-1852): A Study of a Dartmoor Tin Mine106161-214
1974E. H. D. WilliamsPoltimore Farmhouse, Farway106215-230
1974R. Gwyn ThomasThe “Unknown” Devon County Poll Book106231-258
1975Sir Charles CaveBishop W. H. Coleridge, DD, 1789-1849 (Presidential Address)1071-10
1975Anne WelsfordMr Newte’s Library in St Peter’s Church, Tiverton, Part II. John Newte (b. 1656, d. 1716)10711-20
1975F. J. M. LaverNote on The Origins of the Sid Vale Association10721-24
1975Chris C. ParkStream Channel Morphology in Mid Devon10725-42
1975Theo BrownHoly and Notable Wells of Devon, Part VII10743-46
1975Roger ThorneThe Last Bible Christians. Their Church in Devon in 190710747-76
1975R. P. Troake and D. E. WallingSome Observations on Stream Nitrate Levels and Fertiliser Application at Slapton, South Devon10777-90
1975Elaine BishopThe Church House, Dartington10791-92
1975N. W. AlcockFields and Farms in an East Devon Parish [Sowton]10793-172
1976Sir Denis StucleyDevon parish lost: a new home discovered (parish of Affeton or West Worlington) (Presidential Address)1081-11
1976C. J. CollingeCharles Kingsley in Bideford10813-29
1976John ThomasSome Notes on the Administration of Lundy by Sir John Borlase Warren10831-36
1976Margaret ParkinsonA tentative historical ecology of part of the Taw Estuary, Braunton Marsh (sensu lato)10837-60
1976Dorothy WrightLobster and Crab-pots in the South Hams10861-68
1976Norman AnnettNorth Molton: The Pre-Census Population10869-125
1976B. WebbSolute Concentrations in the Baseflow of Some Devon Streams108127-145
1976D. G. Price and Heather M. TinsleyOn the Significance of Soil Profiles at Trowlesworthy Warren and Wigford Down108147-157
1976Audrey M. ErskineBishop Briwere and the Reorganisation of the Chapter of Exeter Cathedral108159-171
1977Colonel the Lord Clifford of ChudleighThe History of the Volunteer Movement in the County of Devon (Presidential Address)1091-14
1977Ian BurrowTown Defences of Exeter10915-40
1977D. G. PriceSite and Settlement at Trowlesworthy Warren10941-50
1977John KafenskyRailway Competition and Turnpike Roads in East Devon10959-72
1977Neville C. OswaldEpidemics in Devon, 1538-183710973-116
1977Christopher J. SchmitzThe Development and Decline of the Devon Barytes Industry, 1875-1958109117-134
1977John DearingGorse, Man and Landuse Change on Dartmoor: A Preliminary Investigation109135-152
1977Nicholas OrmeThe Kalendar Brethren of the City of Exeter109153-170
1977V. Gardiner, M. H. Matthews and K. S. RichardsScenic Qualities of the South-east Devon Coast109171-178
1977E. N. Masson PhillipsArchaeological Notes (south Devon Norman Tympana; pebble-scrapers, etc.)109179-182
1977K. J. GeorgeSeiching in the Port of Plymouth109183-194
1978W. G. HoskinsThe Development of the Small House (Presidential Address)1101-8
1978C. E. HicksNineteenth Century Nonconformity in Tavistock1109-18
1978P. V. DenhamThe Duke of Bedford’s Tavistock estate, 1820-183811019-52
1978Neville C. OswaldThurlestone Families11053-68
1978D. G. PriceSettlement and Ancient Fields on Wigford Down11069-76
1978K. E. BeerMineralisation in the Teign Valley11077-80
1978T. J. BrowneAn Analysis of Low Stream-flow Recession Curves in Devon11081-94
1978J. M. EdmondsPatronage and privilege in Education: A Devon Boy Goes to School, 179811095-112
1978John ThomasA History of Lundy from 1390 to 1775110113-154
1978Valerie BelseyHenry Williamson – Nature and Devon110155-160
1978T. A. P. GreevesWheal Cumpston Tin Mine, Holne, Devon110161-172
1978Irene ThornleyAspects of nineteenth century Exbourne110173-198
1979G. Malcolm SpoonerA Glimpse of the Devon Environment (Presidential Address)1111-12
1979Revd. M. G. SmithBishop Trelawney and the Office of Rural Dean11113-30
1979Basil GomezBedload Discharge in a Small Devon Stream11131-48
1979J. D. OsborneStephen Reynolds11149-58
1979Brian Le MessurierPost-Prehistoric Structures of Central North Dartmoor11159-74
1979Nicholas OrmeThe Dissolution of the Chantries in Devon, 1546-811175-124
1979D. G. PriceMoorland Plym: A Reassessment111125-138
1979E. N. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon111139-144
1979Stephen P. PistonoHenry IV and John Hawley, Privateer, 1399-1408111145-164
1979R. Hansford WorthChurch Geology111165-170



1980Sir Eric SmithSome early nineteenth-century Devonshire naturalists: people, animals and the giving of names (Presidential Address)1121-16
1980Margaret ParkinsonSalt Marches of the Exe Estuary11217-42
1980M. C. F. Proctor, G. M. Spooner and Molly F. SpoonerChanges in Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor: photographic and other evidence11243-80
1980D. G. PriceThe Moorland Plym – abandoned settlement features of post-prehistoric age11281-94
1980Joyce YouingsDrake, Grenville and Buckland Abbey11295-100
1980J. A. H. Wylie and I. J. LinnObservations upon the distribution and spread of the English sweating sickness (Sullor Anglicus) in Devon in 1551112101-116
1980Neville C. OswaldBaker, Battie and Huxham. Three 18th Century Physicians from the South Hams112117-126
1980C. HullandDevonshire Farmhouses. Part V. Some Medieval Houses in north and mid-Devon112127-160
1980Hazel Eardley-WilmotKinsford Barrow, Exmoor112161-174
1980Barrie EvansWilliam Stephens of Exeter (1784-1840), Coachmaster112175-184
1980Mark BrayshayGovernment Assisted Emigration from Plymouth in the nineteenth century112185-214
1981Professor Frank BarlowHunting in the Middle Ages (Presidential Address)1131-12
1981G. E. PettsHabitat Changes below Dartmoor Reservoirs11313-28
1981Helen HarrisNineteenth Century Granite Working on Pew Tor and Staple Tor, Western Dartmoor11329-52
1981D. G. PriceA Settlement Site on Harford Moor11353-58
1981Lynette M. CostelloThe Bradford Pool Case11359-78
1981Nicholas OrmeMedieval Clergy of Exeter Cathedral. I. The Vicars and Annuellars11379-102
1981James BarberSir Francis Drake’s Investment in Plymouth Property113103-108
1981F. J. M. LaverAn Analysis of “Sidmouth Shingle”113109-132
1982Ian MercerConservation of Dartmoor Proper in the 1980s (Presidential Address)1141-15
1981E. N. Masson PhillipsArchaeological Notes II (Mesolithic flints)113147-164
1981E. D. IrvineA Century of Voluntary Service: The Exeter Diocesan Association for the Care of Girls (St Olave’s Trust)113133-146
1982D. G. PriceReports on an Investigation of Prehistoric Settlements on South West Dartmoor11417-29
1982Margaret R. WrightNew British Record for Alona Elegans Kurz11431-35
1982Neville C. OswaldA review of Medical Care in the South Hams over the Centuries11437-56
1982E. N. Masson PhillipsArchaeological Notes III (excavation of Bronze Age house, Scad Brook, Ugborough)11457-62
1982D. W. BlakeOsbern, Bishop of Exeter 1072-110311463-69
1982D. W. BlakeThe Bishops of Exeter11471-78
1982J. A. VageThe Records of the Bishop of Exeter’s Consistory Court11479-98
1982John R. WolffeBishop Henry Phillpots and the Administration of the Diocese of Exeter 1830-186911499-113
1982Mark BrayshayThe Duke of Bedford’s Model Cottages in Tavistock, 1840-1870114115-131
1982Cynthia Gaskell BrownThe Archaeology of New Quay, Devon114133-168
1982D. J. DixonThe Plymouth and District Branch of the Devonshire Association, 1932-1982114169-177
1983Crispin GillSome Diaries and Memoirs of Plymouth in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (Presidential Address)1151-17
1983Neville C. OswaldDevon and the Cod Fishery of Newfoundland11519-36
1983Crispin GillSir Humphrey Gilbert11537-49
1983B. W. WebbFactors Influencing Spatial Variation of Background Solute Levels in a Devon River System11551-69
1983L. N. HarwoodObservations made Regarding Cliff Erosion at Hollicombe Head, Torbay11571-78
1983Nicholas OrmeThe Medieval Clergy of Exeter Cathedral11579-100
1983Ian PayneThe Vicars Choral of Exeter Cathedral: A Disciplinary Study c.1540 – c.1640115101-122
1983M. J. SwantonSome Exeter Cathedral Documents115123-131
1983C. W. S. HartleySir Charles Hartley and the Improvement of Sutton Harbour in the 1840s115133-162
1984Basil GreenhillTowards a New Maritime History of Devon (Presidential Address)1161-12
1984R. J. Silvester and I. J. RichardsonManor of Cadeleigh near Tiverton11613-27
1984Charles HullandDevonshire Farmhouses Part VI: More Medieval Houses in North and Mid-Devon11629-61
1984J. H. PorterThe Incidence of Industrial Conflict in Devon 1860-190011663-75
1984R. A. Shakesby and N. StephensThe Pleistocene Gravels of the Axe Valley, Devon11677-88
1984D. D. Giles and P. J. StrongThe Blue Coat School, Tiverton11689-96
1984John A. H. Wylie, I. J. Linn and Robert HelpsThe Changing Face of the English Sweating Sickness in the Epidemic of August, 1551, in Devonshire. A Shift towards Endemicity?11697-107
1984Rev. M. G. SmithCathedral Chapter of Exeter and the Election of 1705: A Reconsideration116109-126
1984Valerie A. MaxfieldEarly Devonians? (Roman inscriptions)116127-133
1984E. N. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon116135-153
1984A. J. Southward and E. K. RobertsMarine Biological Association 1884 -1984116155-199
1985The Revd Amos C. CresswellThe Whole: Mind, Body and Soul (Presidential Address)1171-17
1985Margaret ParkinsonAxe Estuary and its Marshes11719-62
1985Revd William A. W. JarvisJane Austen and the Countess of Morley11763-67
1985E. N. Masson PhillipsThe Boundary Stones of Plymouth11769-81
1985F. J. M. LaverBeach Cusps at Sidmouth11783-99
1985T. A. P. GreevesSteeperton Tor Tin Mine, Dartmoor, Devon117101-127
1985D. G. PriceChanging Perceptions of Prehistoric Tinning on Dartmoor117129-138
1985Neville C. OswaldThe Budds of North Tawton: A Medical Family of the 19th Century117139-150
1985W. J. ForsythePaupers and Policy Makers in Exeter 1830-1860117151-160
1985Alison GrantThe Huguenots of Devon117161-194
1985Crispin GillThe Western Morning News, 1860-1985117195-226
1986The Rt. Rev. Leo SmithMonasticism in an Age of Revolution (Presidential Address)1181-12
1986E. N. Masson PhillipsThe Bounds of the Borough of Totnes11813-24
1986Nicholas OrmeSir John Speke and his Chapel in Exeter Cathedral11825-41
1986R. C. M. BassPoor Relief in Chudleigh in the Early-Eighteenth Century11843-61
1986J. H. PorterCockfighting in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: from Popularity to Suppression11863-71
1986A. P. G. MichelmoreTwo Poems11873-84
1986D. G. PriceSite and Settlement on Throwleigh Common11885-92
1986Myrtle LanghamThe Heaven Family of Lundy 1836-191611893-121
1986P. ChristieBideford’s First Policeman118123-140
1986Giles Grenville ShawThe Oxford Movement and Ritualist Reform in the Devon Parish of Woodbury118141-153
1986R. S. RendleThe Goldsmiths & Silversmiths of Plymouth, Devon, Circa 1600 to 1800118155-225
1987B. MooreOn Intestinal fever – 125 Years On (Presidential Address)1191-15
1987S. C. Timms125 Not Out: The Progress of the Devonshire Association 1962-198711917-33
1987Rev. M. G. SmithThe Bishop’s Dilemma! An Incident in the Parliamentary History of Eighteenth Century Exeter11935-46
1987Rev. William A. W. JarvisJane Austen and the Countess of Morley – An Apology11947-51
1987T. G. HoltGeorge Oliver, Antiquary, from his letters11953-65
1987Henry SummersonCrime and Society in Thirteenth Century Devon11967-84
1987Greg FinchDevon’s Farm Labourers in the Victorian Period: The Impact of Economic Change11985-100
1987Neville C. OswaldLife in Thurlestone in the Past Hundred Years119101-115
1987Andrew FlemingPrehistoric Tin Extraction on Dartmoor: A Cautionary Note119117-122
1987C. J. Caseldine, D. J. Maguire and S. B. ButlerThe Vegetation of Dartmoor during the Loch Lomond Stadial119123-134
1987P. A. Madgett and E. A. InglisA Re-appraisal of the Erratic Suite of the Saunton and Croyde Areas, North Devon119135-144
1987T. A. P. GreevesThe Great Courts or Parliaments of Devon Tinners 1474-1786119145-167
1987Mark BrayshayPlymouth’s Coastal Defences in the Year of the Spanish Armada119169-196
1987B. W. WebbThe Relationship between Air and Water Temperatures for a Devon River119197-222
1987P. NewmanThe Moorland Meavy – A Tinners’ Landscape119223-240
1987E. N. Masson PhillipsSupplementary Notes on the Ancient Stone Crosses of Devon (Eighth Paper)119241-250
1988The Rt Hon. The Earl of MorleyDevon Lieutenancy – Past and Present (Presidential Address)1201-14
1988Nicholas OrmeIndulgences in the Diocese of Exeter 1100-153612015-32
1988B. W. WebbInfluence of Wimbleball Lake on River Water Temperatures12045-65
1988Anne BornVariations of Light: The Prose and Poetry of Frances Bellerby12067-79
1988Vera GrayBickleigh Mill on the River Meavy12081-86
1988L. J. MargettsDandelions of Devon: An Introductory Check-list12087-90
1988D. G. PricePrehistoric Tin Extraction on Dartmoor: A Reply to Audrey Fleming12091-95
1988Neville C. OswaldLife in the South Hams in World War II12097-113
1988E. M. DurranceHeat and Hydrothermal Circulation in Devon120115-143
1988A. Couatarmanac’h and I. J. LinnTwo Fleas (Siphonoptera) New to the Lundy List: Were there once Wood Mice Apodemus sylvaticus on the Island?120145-153
1988Mark Brooks, Jeff Cherrington and Michael ProctorThe Distribution of Plant Species and Vegetation on the Saltmarsh in the Otter Estuary at Budleigh Salterton120155-176
1988Helen HarrisSourton Tors Iceworks, North-west Dartmoor, 1874-86120177-200
1989Joyce YouingsTudor Barnstaple: New Life for an Ancient Borough (Presidential Address)1211-14
1989F. J. M. LaverRegional Variations in Our ‘Demshur’ Mouthspaich12115-35
1989Anne BornTin12137-41
1989L. J. MargettsDevon Brambles – A Review and Check-list12143-51
1989N. OrmeThe History of Brampford Speke12153-86
1989F. J. M. LaverThe Dartmoor Books of Beatrice Chase12187-108
1989H. J. YallopHoniton and William, Prince of Orange121109-127
1989M. ProctorNotes on Mire Vegetation on Dartmoor121129-151
1989R. A. HighamA Knight to Remember: The Building Enterprises of Hugh Courtney (1276-1340)121153-158
1989T. GrayTurkish Piracy and Early Stuart Devon121159-171
1989N. C. OswaldSome Devon Postmarks121173-193
1989J. H. PorterThe Decline of the Devonshire Wrestling Style121195-208



1990F. J. M. LaverScience and the Devonshire Association (Presidential Address)1221-16
1990J. D. G. EdmundEvacuation to Devon in the Second Half of 193912217-24
1990William T. GibsonWellington, the Whigs and the Exeter Vacancy of 183012241-46
1990M. C. LoweThe Turnpike Trusts in Devon and Their Roads, 1753-188912247-70
1990Vera GrayThe Leat on Roborough Down and an Early 17th Century Tinners’ Dispute12271-82
1990Anne BornThis Extraordinary Man: John Wolcot: Peter Pindar (1738-1819)12283-102
1990Barbara BenfieldDevon Lichen Records122103-120
1990H. J. YallopThe Decoration of Honiton Lace Bobbins122121-132
1990John R. BreihanArmy Barracks in Devon during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars122133-158
1990Simon TimmsFlooding Red Spider Country – The Making of Roadford Reservoir122159-178
1990Mark BeesonSome Dartmoor Writers122179-192
1990Della HookeStudies on Devon Charter Boundaries122193-211
1991Miss M. E. LorenzAchievements and Quality in Education (Presidential Address)1231-14
1991Ivor H. SmartThe many ancient Guildhalls of Dartmouth12315-40
1991Ian PalfreyThe Royalist war effort re-visited: Edward Semour and the Royalist garrison at Dartmouth, 1643-164412341-56
1991T. R. SlaterControlling the South Hams: the Anglo-Saxon Burh at Halwell12357-78
1991M. BrayshayRoyal post-horse routes in South West England in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I12379-104
1991Bruce R. PeekeSome Aspects of the Parish of Cornworthy in the first half of the nineteenth century123105-128
1991A. P. G. MichelmoreSeven True Buggy Tales123129-136
1991Mrs Hilary MarshallRecent Otter Records in Devon123137-148
1991David PugsleySham Insurance Companies: Dickens, Thackeray and the West Middlesex Company in Devon123149-168
1991M. A. Simkins and R. J. J. SimkinsLord Hambleden and Moretonhampstead123167-188
1991H. J. YallopThe Lacemaker’s Globe123189-194
1991Ian R. ChristieThe Family Circle of George Templer (c.1755-1819), MP for Honiton, 1790-1796123195-202
1991Peter H. NewtonBlagdon Cider Barn, Paignton123203-212
1991Anne BornLimestone, Limekilns and the Limeburning Industry north and west of Dartmoor123213-240
1992Sir John QuickeCan We Re-establish a Sustainable Agriculture? (Presidential Address)1241-14
1992William B. HarrisLynmouth Flood 40 Years On12415-40
1992David N. LepineThe Courtenays and Exeter Cathedral in the Later Middle Ages12441-58
1992Peter ChristieThe True Story of the North Devon Savages12459-86
1992M. C. LoweToll Houses of the Exeter Turnpike Trust12487-100
1992Anne BornThe Quarry – A Poem Sequence124101-106
1992Nicholas OrmeBishop Grandisson and Popular Religion124107-118
1992Mark BeesonElfrida124119-134
1992Cyril E. Channon and Margaret L. ChannonEvacuation to Teignmouth 1939-1945124135-152
1992Allan J. BissettJ. C. Moore-Stevens and the Glovers of Great Torrington124153-166
1992Miss H. E. GawneSweaton Farmhouse124167-174
1992D. L. B. ThomasThe Chronology of Devon’s bridges124175-206
1992David K. BrownWilliam Froude and “The Way of a Ship in the Sea”124207-231
1993Sir Jack Boles100 Years of The National Trust (Presidential Address)1251-14
1993Anne BornStephen Reynolds, Sidmouth’s Adopted Son12515-30
1993H. J. YallopRousdon: a Victorian Enterprise12531-48
1993T. J. Wallace and P. D. OrtonSome Agarics and Boletes of East Devon12549-70
1993R. G. F. StanesDevonshire Batts. The Whetstone Mining Industry and Community of Blackborough, in the Blackdown Hills12571-112
1993William RavenhillThe Honourable Robert Edward Clifford: a Devon Map Collector and Military Cartographer125113-126
1993Mark Beeson and Tom GreevesImage of Dartmoor125127-154
1993M. J. F. FowlerThe Standing Stones of Exmoor: A Provisional Catalogue of 86 North Devon Sites125155-178
1993Elizabeth GawneThe Boundary of Hound Tor Manor125179-186
1993Jean FerneeRalegh: Through the Voice of Bess Throckmorton His Wife125187-190
1993Ivor H. SmartDevelopment of Dartmouth Millpond to 1846125191-224
1994R. C. ScrivenerAspects of Devon Geology from Pengelly to the Present Day (Presidential Address)1261-16
1994Margherita RendelWomen in Torquay in the First Half of the Nineteenth century12617-40
1994Anne BornWilliam Pengelly and His Circle12641-56
1994A. P. G. Michelmore and M. C. F. ProctorThe Hedges of Farley Farm, Chudleigh12657-84
1994Rosemary WurtzburgSub-letting of Smallholdings on a Devon Estate, 1788-1834 (Bradninch)12685-106
1994Nicholas OrmeThe Clergy of Clyst Gabriel, Devon,1312-1508126107-122
1994Margaret ParkinsonA Parish Wildlife Centenary, 1894-1994 (Woodbury)126123-144
1994F. J. M. LaverWilliam Kingdon Clifford, F.R.S., 1845-1879126145-166
1994Edwin S. HaydonEmployment Patterns in East Devon Parishes in the Nineteenth Century126167-180
1994Ann SheridanZachary Mayne, 1631-1649126181-198
1994Philip NewmanTinners and Tenants on South-West Dartmoor: A Case Study in Landscape History126199-238
1994Peter NewtonIvy Cottage, Sandford, Devon126239-246
1995The Rt. Hon. The Lord ClintonThe Clinton Barony (Presidential Address)1271-14
1995Peter ChristieA Short History of the Theatre in Bideford12715-28
1995Jason JonesThe Dialects of Devonshire and Gower: a Lexical Comparison12729-56
1995Ronald HomerExeter Pewterers from the Fourteenth Century to about 175012757-80
1995Stephen RobertsWar and Society in Devon 1642-164612781-96
1995Penelope Walker and Robert OgdenBee Boles and Other Beekeeping Structures in Devon12797-120
1995Marjorie BirdPoor Law Settlement Examinations in Broadclyst – A Case Study127121-144
1995Richard BassAdministering the Poor Law in Chulmleigh, c.1800127145-162
1995M. C. LoweThe Exeter Turnpike Trust 1753-1884127163-188
1995Crispin GillA History of Beaumont House Plymouth127189-200
1995Roger Thorne“Our Providential Way”: A Bibliography of the History of Dissent in Devon127201-246
1995Anne BornHillson – A Life127247-258
1995W. B. HarrisHydro-Electricity in Devon: Past, Present and Future127259-286
1996G. T. BoalchSome Aspects of the History of the Study of Marine Biology in Devon (Presidential Address)1281-16
1996Mary Freeman and Jean WansTavistock Abbey: alternative interpretations12817-34
1996Mark BeesonRamsham: Thoughts on William Brown12835-50
1996Sadru BhanjiThe Nutts of Lympstone: Brothers in Piracy12851-64
1996Todd GrayThe Travels of Mrs Parry Price through Devon in 180512865-90
1996Elisabeth StanbrookThe Building of Princetown Church Dartmoor: A Unique Monument to French and American Prisoners of War12891-100
1996William CollierPortrait of a Young Quaker: The Early Diary of John Collier 1790-1791128101-120
1996Rosamund ReidThe Architectural Work of George Wightwick in Plymouth and the County of Devon128121-138
1996Peter ChristieFolklore in North Devon128139-154
1996Ronald F. HomerThe Whiddon Tin Mine, Ashburton,128155-170
1996Simon David TreziseLocal Colour in the Devon Novels and Short Stories of Sabine Baring-Gould128171-196
1996A. J. H. JacksonManaging Decline: The Economy of the Powderham Estate in Devon, 1870-1939128197-216
1996Andrew FlemingA Stone Cross-shaft at Lower Aish Farm, Poundsgate128217-218
1997Sir Hugh StucleyHartland Abbey and Its Owners since the Dissolution (Presidential Address)1291-12
1997Mary de la MahotièreHannah Cowley (1743-1809), Tiverton’s Playwright and Pioneer Feminist12913-50
1997Keith S. Gardiner and Myrtle TernstromThe Giants Graves: A Nineteenth Century Discovery of Human Remains on the Island of Lundy12951-78
1997N. R. R. FisherSir Peter Balle of Mamhead (1598-1680): a study in allegiance12979-108
1997Sadru BhanjiDevon’s Last Duel of Honour and Its Aftermath129109-128
1997Brad ScottThe Rural Manor in South-West Devon in the Nineteenth Century129129-144
1997D. L. B. ThomasBridges on the Teign River129145-184
1997Anne BornA Gunnera Year – Studies of the Gunnera Plantation in Overbecks Gardens, Salcombe129185-198
1997Mark Brayshay and John SelwoodDevon & Cornwall Group Settlement in Western Australia in the Interwar Years129199-248
1998John BosankoThe Romans in East Devon (Presidential Address)1301-14
1998Edwin WelchLady Glenorchy’s Church at Exmouth13015-22
1998Sadru BhanjiThe Involvement Exeter and the Exe Estuary in Piracy13023-50
1998Gill SelleyA Murder Mystery in Eighteenth-Century Woodbury13051-64
1998Myrtle TernstromThe Ownership of Lundy by Sir Richard Grenville and his Descendants, 1577-177513065-80
1998Jeanette R. LeeJohn Charles Bucknill: Moral Therapist, Doctor, Scientist or Christian Humanist ?13081-94
1998Alan John KillingbackJames Goldsworthy and the Exeter City Water Supply During 1832 the Cholera Epidemic13095-110
1998M. C. LoweDevon Local Carriers130111-136
1998Mark BeesonHistory of Dartmoor Theatre Part One:1325-1660130137-178
1998Anne BornThe Novels of L. A. G. Strong130179-208
1998Elizabeth HazlehurstA Dubliner in Devon: Sean O’Casey (1880-1964)130209-228
1999The Lady Margaret FortescueRecollections of the Fortescue Family (Presidential Address)1311-10
1999P. VassRediscovering Thomas Fowler (1777-1843) Mathematician and Inventor13111-26
1999M. B. HartThe Cornubian Island13127-48
1999A. PassmoreBoveycombehedd, Chagford, Devon: An Archaeological Investigation of a Diachronic Landscape13149-70
1999T. Greeves and A. RoweFour Deserted Medieval Settlements on Buckland Down, West Devon13171-80
1999J. M. JamesThe Norman Benedictine Alien Priory of St George, Modbury, AD c.1135-148013181-104
1999B. RansomDescent and Dispersion of the Manor of Ilsington131105-122
1999S. ChildRackenford goes to Chancery: An outbreak of litigation in an Elizabethan rural parish131123-138
1999M. BeesonA History of Dartmoor Theatre Part Two; 1661-1999131139-164
1999Sadru BhanjiLimeburning in Exeter and Exe Estuary Parishes: A Documentary Study131165-198
1999M. RendelTorquay Households Headed by Women in 1851131199-220
1999E. W. LuscombeElectricity in Plymouth: its origins and development131221-252
1999A. BlaenA Form of Love: The Traditional Healing of Donald Hannaford, Devon Farmer131253-258
1999J. E. Newton and C. MoultonA Hedge Survey in Exeter, 1998131259-266
1999H. BodeyThe Office at 7 Cathedral Close, Exeter131267-274



2000Rt Revd Richard HawkinsChurch and Community in Devon (Presidential Address)1321-14
2000Kylie Russell and Tony StebbingThe Impact of Climate Change in Devon13215-36
2000S. J. Hawkins, A. J. Southward, G. T. Boalch, K. Boot and K. HiscockMarine Biology in Devon: Past, Present and Future13237-60
2000Clive NicholasMinerals in Devon – Past, Present and Future13261-74
2000Martin M. TurnerThe Agriculture and Forestry Sectors in Devon: Revolution and New Directions?13275-100
2000M. C. H. StuddenEnergy and the Future: Can Devon be Self Sufficient?132101-116
2000Simon Timms‘Hoping For Entire Completeness?’: The Pursuit of Devon’s Past132117-160
2000Mark BeesonDevon Literature: some Twentieth Century Devon Writing in Fiction and Poetry132161-180
2000Sam RichardsDevon Music in Time and Place132181-192
2000Jenny PerryThe Visionary Gleam: Contemporary Artists and the Devon Landscape132193-232
2000E. W. MartinRural Society in Devon in the Twentieth Century: The Fate of Rural Tradition132233-248
2000Oz OsbourneRural Communities & Decision Making: Local Politics in Twenty-first Century132249-274
2000John LaneDevon Lost . . . Devon Gained132275-298
2001His Grace the Duke of SomersetThe Lord Protector and the Seymours of Berry Pomeroy (Presidential Address)1331-16
2001A. HenrySilver and Salvation: A late-Fifteenth Century Confessor’s Itinerary Throughout the Parish of Bere Ferrers, Devon13317-96
2001N. OrmeThe Last Medieval Abbot of Buckfast13397-108
2001E. LawsThe “Golden Age” of Powderham Castle’s Library133109-130
2001A. BornPoems for Thomas Fowler133131-138
2001Sadru BhanjiJesuits and Humbugs – Religious Turmoil in Nineteenth Century Exeter133139-174
2001R. D. McLainAristrocratic Leadership in the Advancement of Secondary Education During the Mid-Victorian Period: The Earl of Devon, Earl Fortescue and Sir Stafford Northcote133175-190
2001J. WallaceThe Devon House of Mercy at Bovey Tracey 1863-1940133191-216
2001A. N. BurgessA 100-Year Record of Rainfall at Teignmouth 1900-1999133217-226
2001E. P. Mountford,, C. E. Backmeroff, and G. PeterkenLong-term Patterns of Growth, Mortality, Regeneration and Natural Disturbance in Wistman’s Wood, A High-Altitude Oakwood on Dartmoor133227-262
2002B. WilliamsThe Western Morning News and the Present-day Farming Crisis (Presidential Address)1341-8
2002J. AllanThe Anglo-Saxon Mint at Lydford1349-32
2002A. D. FizzardLay Benefactors of Plympton Priory in the Twelfth Century13433-56
2002N. OrmeConfession in a Fifteenth-Century Devon Parish13457-68
2002A. HenryA Reply to Confession in a Fifteenth-Century Devon Parish [Bere Ferrers]13469-75
2002N. OrmeA Note on Professor Henry’s Reply13476
2002B. RansomThe Owners of Ingsdon, Ilsington13477-88
2002Sadru BhanjiThe French Prisoner-of-War Hospital at Glasshouse, Countess Wear, Exeter (1746-8)13489-102
2002J. A. S. NewmanThe Rent Book (1792-1826) of John Morris of South Molton134103-144
2002M. TernstromLundy’s Legal and Parochial Status134146-156
2002R. C. M. BassThe East Window of Chulmleigh Church – the Hole Family and John Hardman & Co134157-174
2003Eric DancerKeepers of the Kingdom (Presidential Address)1351-8
2003Tom GreevesDevon’s Earliest Tin Coinage Roll 1302-31359-30
2003Christopher HoldsworthTavistock Abbey in its Late Tenth Century Context13531-58
2003Mary FreemanThe Stone Masks at Kilworthy, Tavistock13559-70
2003Robin J. BurlsMedieval “Severnside”: Devon and its Overseas Neighbours Before c.136013571-98
2003Bill RansomThe Manor of Bagtor, Ilsington13599-110
2003Colin WakehamMaristow Estate Farmhouses 1800-1913: A Chronological Development135111-172
2003Phil NewmanDruid Mine, Ashburton135173-218
2003Brian GeorgeThe Influence of Geography and Geology on the Design of Bridges during 1969-1972 for the A38 Expressway from Exeter to Plymouth135219-234
2003Niall Finneran and Sam TurnerAn Archaeological History of the Landscape of Little Haldon, Teignmouth, South Devon135235-260
2003J. B. SmithCross-Gendered Tom-Cats? Some Peninsular Personal Pronouns Without Tears135261-282
2004Ivan RootsPast Presidents and the Past (Presidential Address)1361-12
2004Sadru BhanjiThe Response in South Molton and the Rest of Devon to the End of the Crimean War 185613613-36
2004David N. Lepine“Getting and Spending”: the Accumulation and Dispersal of a Thirteenth-Century Clerical Fortune13637-70
2004Audrey M. BakerRepresentations of Sibyls on Rood Screens in Devon13671-98
2004Ian MortimerIndex of Medical Licentiates, Applicants, Referees and Examiners in the Diocese of Exeter 1568-178313699-134
2004Sarah ChildParish Apprentices in Rackenford 1728-1844136135-148
2004Stephen Matthews“Your Dutiful Son” – The Newfoundland Letters of the Revd William Grey136149-164
2004Andrew J. JacksonInvestigating the Break-up of the Great Landed Estates of Devon: The Use of Commercial Directories 1883-1939136165-174
2004George A. WilkinsAstronomy in Devon: Past and Present136175-196
2004Brian CobleySome Changes Affecting “Public Houses” in Exeter in the Twentieth Century136197-224
2004Becky Newell“Much different to what it is today” – A Review of the Dartmoor National Park Authority’s “Moor Memories” Oral History Project136225-242
2005Malcolm HartConversation with the Earth: A Personal View (Presidential Address)1371-36
2005Malcolm ToddThe Early Ports of South-west Britain (Public Lecture)13737-52
2005Richard EdmondsThe Jurassic Coast13753-64
2005E. S. GoslingSeaton: The War Years13765-76
2005Gerald T. BoalchSome Observations on the Fishing Industry at Beer13777-88
2005Paul LuscombeCharters, place names and Anglo-Saxon settlement in south Devon13789-138
2005Robin BurlsThe Courtenays and the Re-establishment of the Earldom of Devon in the fourteenth century137139-170
2005James MuirdenWhy Don’t Devon Churches Face East?137171-192
2005Myrtle TernstromGranite: A Failed Enterprise on Lundy, 1864-1868137193-220
2005Stephen ManningNewspapers in Devon: The size and structure of the industry in 1879137221-244
2005Edward LuscombeThe Devonport Royal Dockyard School: Apprentice Education, 1844-1971137245-270
2005Bruce PeekeThe Central Administration of the Devonshire Association, 1862-2005137271-282
2005Robin WoottonThe Research Activities of the Devonshire Association’s Entomology Section and its Members137283-288
2006Anthony GibsonAn ill wind . . . The impact of the 2001 outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in Devon (Presidential Address)1381-24
2006Roland GehrelsSea-level rise and coastal subsidence in Southwest England (Public Lecture)13825-42
2006Nigel MortimerConservation and management of the Salcombe-Kingsbridge Estuary: a personal view13843-62
2006Anne BornLiterary links with Salcombe [Alfred Lord Tennyson and John Masefield]13863-92
2006Richard YarwoodDevon livestock breeds: A geographical perspective13893-130
2006Helen HarrisCaring for the County138131-150
2006Malcolm R. UphamBrightley Abbey138151-164
2006Sean Day-LewisCecil Day-Lewis: His Devon years138165-184
2006Mike BarrBuilding with stone in East Devon and adjacent parts of Dorset and Somerset138185-224
2006Stephen ManningThe role of Plymouth in foreign news reporting – the Anglo-Zulu war: A case study138225-240
2006Sadru BhanjiExeter, New Hampshire: a brief history of her early days and a comparison with Exeter, Devon, during the middle years of the nineteenth century138241-270
2006Robert M. H. HodgsonA History of the Botany Section of The Devonshire Association138271-286
2007Justin LeighThe History of the BBC in Devon and Local Broadcasting as Part of the BBC’s Worldwide Role (Presidential Address)1391-16
2007Rev’d James BatesThe Development of Ilfracombe as a Seaside Resort (Public Lecture)13917-40
2007Myrtle TernstromThe De Marisco Family of Lundy13941-68
2007Helen P. FryJews in North Devon during World War II13969-90
2007Peter ChristieThe Reverend Jerome Clapp in Appledore, 1840-185513991-116
2007Shirley ToulsonSamuel Palmer in Devon: Assessing the importance of the artist’s visits to the county, 1832-1859139117-132
2007R. J. CleevelyDiscovery of the Barnstaple Zeolite: A minor Geological Controversy in the early 1800s139133-167
2007Sophia LambertMobility and Persistence of Families in Cheriton Bishop [1332-1821]139169-197
2007Rev’d John HunwickeStatus and Display in early Tudor Devon [Lifton and Kelly churches]139199-237
2007David CookThe Gould monuments at Lewtrenchard139239-277
2007Peter ChristieThe Painful Birth of the Torrington Cemetery [1854-1859]139279-292
2007Mary CoveAncient Forests of the South Devon Coast: 8,000 years of changing vegetation determined by pollen analysis139293-331
2008Anthony BeardFarming Over the Years (Presidential Address)1401-14
2008Tom GreevesTinners and Tinworks of the Bovey Tracy area (Public Lecture)14015-43
2008Martin EbdonThe Landscape around Chulmleigh in 1711: A Reconstructed Map14045-89
2008M. 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 Law14091-110
2008Margherita RendelThe Campaign in Devon for Women’s Suffrage, 1866140111-151
2008M. W. TisdallDoddiscombsleigh: An unusual “Green Man”140153-156
2008John B. SmithFrom Granfer-Grig to Tiddly-Tope: A Look at Names for Representatives of the Natural World in the Laver Corpus140157-184
2008T. C. G. Rich and C. C. G. CannA survey of Sorbus species at Watersmeet, North Devon, September 2007140185-198
2008Sadru BhanjiSome Rescued Devon Documents: a Peninsular War Veteran and Property Entrepreneur, a Harassed Solicitor and a Famed Attorney General140199-225
2008John GoodridgeTamar View, The Horn of Plenty and the Devonshire Great Consolidated Copper Mining Company140227-244
2009Rachel ThomasWidening the Horizons: the future for National Parks (Presidential Address)1411-20
2009Mary SirautFarming Southern Exmoor (Public Lecture)14121-38
2009Heather Adams and Ralph FyfeSustainable conservation and management of the historic environment record in upland peat: a view from Exmoor14139-60
2009Revd J. W. HunwickeThat Precious and Exceeding Subtle Jewel14161-76
2009Alex WoodcockHoneysuckle and Red Sandstone: Some Characteristics of Romanesque Stonecarving in South Devon14177-92
2009Julie SampsonAnne Edgcumbe/Dowriche and The French Historie (2 parts)14193-152
2009Robin G. F. StanesThe Husbandry of Devon and Cornwall141153-180
2009Rosemary YallopA History of Sandridge Park: “An house more worthy of the situation”141181-217
2009Martin BodmanTanning in Devon in the Nineteenth Century141219-236
2009John TorranceRaddis Lane: Politics and Landscape (2 parts)141237-268
2009Brian RolfThe Taunton Stop Line: A Survey of Second World War Pillboxes in the Axe Valley141269-286
2009Barbara BenfieldThe Lichen Habitat of some Clay Tips in Devon and Cornwall141287-304



2010Roger ThorneDevon’s Edwardian Churchscape: its making and unmaking (Presidential Address)1421-28
2010Helen HarrisFarms, Farmers and Farming in the Holsworthy District in the 1950s (Public Lecture)14229-48
2010Nicholas OrmeThe Medieval Church in North Devon14249-72
2010Robert BearmanCharters of the Redvers Family and the Earldom of Devon, 1090-1217: an addendum14273-96
2010Geoffrey DoyeViolence in North Devon – Responses to the Introduction of the 1834 New Poor Law14297-126
2010Peter ChristieJohn Harper – A North Devon White Witch142127-134
2010R. P. TruscottPolson Bridge142135-152
2010Susie Darlow and Rachel HuntThe Redevelopment of Cotehele Quay Museum142153-174
2010Roger PerryA Survey of Ash-Houses142175-208
2010Sadru BhanjiThe Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph: a neglected source of Devon’s topographical history142209-236
2010Sophia LambertA Devon By-Election: South Molton, 1891142237-260
2010W. O. SelleyThe Devon and Exeter Dental Hospital, 1880-1936142261-280
2011Nicholas OrmeChristianity in Devon before 1086 (Presidential Address)1431-39
2011Tim HarrodSoils: A Key Part of Devon’s Geodiversity14341-60
2011Robin WoottonThe Hudson Transparencies: A Set of Remarkable Visual Aids by a Distinguished Victorian Microscopist (see illustrations)14361-90
2011Andrew FlemingThe Lich Way: A Path for all Seasons14391-104
2011Judith MossThe Descent of the Manor of Thowleigh: The Feudal Period, 1066-1428143105-136
2011Dorothea RowseEvidence for a Twelfth-Century Community of Benefactors in a North Devon Charter143137-144
2011Peter BurseyMatilda Peverel, c.1080-c.1140, wife of Robert fitz Martin143145-168
2011John B. Pilkington and Margaret C. PilkingtonWest Prawle Wood and Blundell’s School, 1603-1905143169-200
2011Graham HendyThe Growth of Elementary Education in Devon, 1744-1821143201-230
2011Max Everest-PhillipsProtest, Poison Pen Letters and Protestantism in Mid-Nineteenth Century East Devon: The Tractarian Crisis at Sidmouth 1859-1865143231-282
2011John BeckettThe Victoria County History in Devon, 1899-1910143283-310
2011George A. WilkinsThe Lockyer Family at Sidmouth143311-333
2012Peter BeachamThe Inspiration of Devon: landscape, seascape and townscape (Presidential Address)144 1-14
2012Robin WoottonWilliam Pengelly, The Devonshire Association, and 150 Years of Scholarship144 15-42
2012Malcolm HartThe Geodiversity of Torbay144 43-86
2012Tom GreevesWilliam Pengelly’s Torquay – The Photographic Record c.1860-c.1875144 87-118
2012Hal BishopThe Medieval Bishops’ Palace of Paignton144 119-188
2012Anthony KellyArtists and Torbay144 189-218
2012Paul HawthorneThe Singer Family and Oldway Mansion: Isaac Singer and the Wigwam144 219-238
2012Stephen EssexTorquay and the Changing Fortunes of Tourism144 239-272
2012Elizabeth RaikesRegenerating Torbay – Contemporary Issues, Past and Present144 273-296
2012Jeremy Gould and Daniel MetcalfeA Guide to Twentieth Century Architecture in Torbay144 297-335
2013Andrew CooperMy Wild Life – A Tribute to Devon (Presidential Address)1451-6
2013Nick ArnoldThe Site of the Battle of Cynuit 8781457-30
2013Sadru BhanjiOutsiders’ Impressions of the Devon Port Town of Topsham14531-58
2013John R. ColeThe Poetry of Anne Born: an Appreciation14559-70
2013Andrew FlemingThe Secondary Occupation of Ryder’s Rings14571-92
2013Robert HighamWilliam the Conqueror’s Siege of Exeter in 106814593-132
2013John D. MatherThe History and Hydrogeology of Laywell, a Celebrated Ebb and Flow Spring at Brixham, Devon145133-154
2013Nicholas OrmeMedieval Holy Wells in Devon145155-180
2013Patrick O’SullivanDevon Great Consols and William Morris145181-198
2013Gordon ReevesThe Westcountry Malherbes: the Settlement and Integration of an Extended Norman Family during the 12th to 16th Centuries145199-232
2013Gordon WaterhouseGeorge Montagu (1753-1815): His Kingsbridge Garden and ‘Duckery’145233-252
2013Peter WisemanRosemary Sutcliff and Roman Exeter145253-268
2014Chris CornfordOil and Gas Exploration in and offshore Devon (Presidential Address)1461-32
2014Nick ArnoldThe Defeat of the sons of Harold in 106914633-56
2014Bob AshfordSome thoughts on Dartmoor Powdermills14657-82
2014Frances BillingeThe Management of Water in the Historic Borough of Bovey Tracey14683-102
2014Thomas W. BrownThe records of an old Devonshire custom, and its revival146103-120
2014William H. CampbellThe Canons Resident of Exeter Cathedral, 1506-1561146121-144
2014Peter Christie‘We bain’t going till we be fetched’ – Military Tribunals in North Devon during the First World War146145-172
2014Geoffrey Doye‘How the money rolls in’: The Great Social Evil in late-Victorian North Devon146173-194
2014April MarjoramTwo artists and a marriage made in Exmouth146195-214
2014Nicholas OrmeThe Early History of Tiverton Church146215-230
2014Bruce R. PeekeThe Devonshire Association and Bowhill146231-252
2014John TorranceOn the History of Lime-Burning in East Devon146253-284
2015Tom GreevesDartmoor and the Displacement of Culture: Analysis and Remedy (Presidential Address)1471-44
2015Sadru BhanjiExtreme meteorological and tidal events as recorded in the personal journal of William Nation, a merchant of Georgian Exeter14745-72
2015Stephen Essex & Peter FordCoastal Urban Regeneration: Thirty Years of Change on Plymouth’s Waterfront14773-102
2015James FoxThe Beardown Rock Inscriptions and their Spiritual Significance147103-116
2015Alexander Hodgkins‘They Would Yield to no Persuasions […] but most Manfully did Abide the Fight’: A Military Assessment of the Western Rebellion147117-154
2015Michael W. MossThe Bradford Tinwork Leat and Its route through enclosed ground147155-184
2015Nicholas OrmePolsloe Priory147185-212
2015Ann Pulsford & Mary FreemanJohn Taylor (1779-1863) and the Tavistock Canal147213-242
2015Russell WestonTwo abortive attempts to establish a Cistercian abbey at South Tawton in Devon147243-252
2015Julian WrightFinding Northford: Dartington’s Lost Manor147253-272
2016Todd GrayAppropriate History (Presidential Address)1481-28
2016M. W. C. BarrSelected Highlights of a Building Stone Survey of Devon14829-62
2016Frances BillingeThe Lords of the Historic Manor of Bovey Tracey14863-88
2016John ClarkTrojans at Totnes and Giants on the Hoe: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historical Fiction and Geographical Reality14889-130
2016Malcolm HartDevon’s landscape and seascape: One of Britain’s most designated counties148131-164
2016April MarjoramEdward Divett, MP for Exeter, and the Bystock Estate, Exmouth148165-190
2016John MorganBronze Age Geometry: the layout of the Ceremonial Site at Merrivale148191-206
2016John TorranceThe Ousting of Tomkins: a Struggle for Power in a Victorian Village148207-226
2016Martin WattsWater Power in the Lower Culm Valley148227-254
2016Helen M. WilsonThe Architect Edmund H. Sedding and his Devon Churches148255-292
2016Alex WoodcockA stone ‘richly embossed with volutes’: The Romanesque tympanum from East Teignmouth148293-310
2016Simon YoungPixy-Led in Devon and the South-West148311-336
2017David FursdonHeads below the parapet – still the best way to preserve a country estate? (Presidential Address)1491–14
2017Sue AndrewThe Master Carver and the Monks: Harry Hems and the Rebuilding of Buckfast Abbey14915–36
2017Bob AshfordFurther Thoughts on Dartmoor Powdermills14937–46
2017Bob AshfordThomas Gill and the Industrial Development of Plymouth in the Nineteenth Century14947–66
2017Sadru BhanjiCaleb Hedgeland’s 1811 model of Exeter Cathedral: A description and comparison with other contemporary depictions14967–88
2017Frances BillingeCustoms of the Manor and Borough of Bovey Tracey from the Seventeenth Century14989–116
2017Peter ChristieThe Salvation Army comes to North Devon149117–152
2017Barry C. GaultonExploring Devon–Newfoundland Connections through 25 Years of Archaeology at Ferryland149153–178
2017Olaf U. JanzenDevonshire, Iberia, and the logic of the trade in Newfoundland saltfish149179–190
2017E. H. Timothy WhittenWidecombe-in-the-Moor – topography and drainage: a story from early maps149191–212
2017John D. A. WiddowsonSome West Country Lexical Elements in Newfoundland and Labrador English149213–232
2018Dame Suzie LeatherExploring Devon’s Social Landscape (Presidential Address)1501–16
2018Sue AndrewA Matter of Conscience: a Devon Family and the Great War15017–50
2018S. D. Beavan et al.The History of Entomological Recording in Devon15051–106
2018Mark BeesonKitty Jay, Nature and the Improvers150107–136
2018Jennifer A. Bennett & John D. MatherGeological Highlights and Controversies Recorded in Early Volumes of the Transactions150137–176
2018Stephen Essex & Mark BrayshayDevon Tourism: The Story of the County’s Economic Leviathan150177–222
2018Tom GreevesWilliam Spreat (1816–1897): Photography of the Devon Landscape 1857–1866150223–254
2018Jane Harrold & Richard PorterThe Cradle of the Royal Navy: Officer Training at Dartmouth since 1863150255–294
2018Malcolm B. Hart & Kevin N. PageThe National Character Areas of the Devon landscape150295–316
2018Keith HiscockDevon’s Shores and Shallow Seas: Ecology and Conservation of Seabed Habitats and Species150317–348
2018Jenny PeryContour and Curve: the Art of Devon Painters – Focus on Benjamin Robert Haydon150349–364
2018David PinderThe National Trust and coastal conservation in Devon150365–400
2018Christopher J. ProctorThe Caves of Eastern South Devon: From Pengelly to the Present Day150401–430
2019John AllanPolynesian artefacts in Georgian Devon (Presidential Address)1511–26
2019Penny BayerMount Radford and the Colesworthys15127–54
2019Sadru BhanjiEdward Shirley Kennedy (1817-98) of Exmouth: Documents discovered in Exeter […]15155–70
2019Robin Blythe-LordEarly Photography in Plymouth (1840–1900)15171–110
2019Peter ChristieSex and Shaming in North Devon; Rough Music, Riding Skimmington and Effigy Burning151111–130
2019Norma CoxFour Paintings of Budleigh Salterton painted by C. C. Blew151131–140
2019Pete HerringLaunceston in its landscape151141–178
2019April MarjoramTwo Suffrage Actresses with Exmouth Connections151179–200
2019Jenny PeryThe Art of Devon Painters: ‘The Alpha and Omega of the Victorian Art World’ – Focus on Sir Charles Lock Eastlake151201–218
2019Ian M. VarndellJohn and Jane Cranch of Kingsbridge. The role of natural history in a Georgian domestic crisis151219–244
2019Michael Aufrère WilliamsA reluctant revolution: the evidence of Devon (and some Somerset and Cornwall) churchwardens’ records […]151245–272
2019Helen M. WilsonFrom ‘Lady Woodcarvers’ to Professionals: The Remarkable Pinwill Sisters151273–294



2020Clare BroomThe State of Nature. Why have we failed to prevent its decline? (Presidential Address)1521-20
2020Faye BalmondA reassessment of the Reverend Chanter’s 1905 excavation of one of the Chapman Barrows, Exmoor15221-30
2020John B. BradbeerEarly Victorian Farming in Northern Devon: Evidence from the Tithe Survey (1837–1846)15231-52
2020Wendy ClarkeAnglo-Saxon Barnstaple and Pilton: New Perspectives on old Settlements15253-100
2020David DaviesInterregnum and Restoration: An Introduction to Matthew Locke152101-116
2020John HudswellThe Tavistock Trendle: The Biography of a Prehistoric Enclosure152117-150
2020Gillian MawbySamuel Gillespie Prout of Braunton152151-170
2020Jenny PeryWonders in Watercolour – The Art of Devon Painters: Focus on Samuel Prout152171-192
2020Peter Wingfield-DigbyBishop Phillpotts and slavery152193-206
2020Martin WyattThe Quaker Contribution to Education in Plymouth152207-214
2021Robin WoottonDesign, Denial, Darwin and Devon; Some Victorian Devonian reactions to scientific discovery (Presidential Address)1531-32
2021Paul AuchterlonieA Man of Principle? Sir Robert Newman, MP for Exeter, 1918-1931, and his Relationship with the Conservative Party15333-56
2021Clive BettsDevon 2050 – an embattled insect stronghold?15357-84
2021Judith CannellPoor Relief in Five Parishes of Eastern Devon from 1810 to 183115385-114
2021Norma CoxTwo Paintings of Ladram Bay by S. L. Moss in September 1939153115-122
2021Brian Gittos & Moira GittosThe Exeter Connection: Mid-Fourteenth-Century Monumental Effigies in the Hereford Region153123-162
2021April MarjoramFrancis Danby ARA (1793–1861): The Exmouth Years153163-192
2021Roger MiddletonJames Cobham Harris (1794–1876) and the Harris Family Paintings: some notes by his three-times great-grandson153193-226
2021Ian MortimerThe Location and Extent of King Alfred’s Suðewyrðe153227-254
2021Ian MortimerThe development of three twelfth-century hill farms in Moretonhampstead153255-278
2021Nicholas OrmeThe Fifteenth-Century ‘Jesus’ Bell of Crediton Church153279-290
2021Brian V. RidoutThe Devil’s Footprints Revisited153291-306
2021Ian M. VarndellMrs Hannah Tremlett: Linking Exeter with Dartmouth and the Industrial Revolution153307-336
2021Rosemary YallopPhilip Stowey: a Devon joiner, architect, nabob and gentleman. ‘The Vitruvius of the Carnatick’153337-364
2022John D MatherGranite, Greywacke, and the Making of the Geological Map of Devon (Presidential Address)1541-35
2022Gillian AllenA Typology of Devon Slave Owners15436-60
2022Kelvin BootBird, Beast and Animal Stuffers: Devonshire taxidermists in the early nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century15461-85
2022Peter ChristieThe Kingsley Statue, Bideford15486-98
2022Jane ElliottWhat will Devon be like in 2050: Insights from the Social Sciences15499-118
2022Malcolm Hart & Jenny BennettDevon’s Climate: Past, Present and Future154119-152
2022Emma LawsThe Tale of Beatrix Potter and the Westcountry154153-176
2022Nicholas OrmeThe Visitation of Totnes Archdeaconry in 1342154177-210
2022Jenny PeryThe Art of Devon Painters: William Gibbons – ‘The Barbican Artist’154211-226
2022Philippe PlanelJames Boswell and the Revd William Temple at Mamhead154227-241
2022Simon TimmsPicturing North Devon: the Beaford Archive and the photographs of James Ravilious154242-271
2023Jenny PeryArt in Devon: A Pride of Painters (Presidential Address)1551-30
2023Sue AndrewSeeing the light: the Agatha Christie window in Churston Ferrers Church15531-53
2023Roger ClaxtonRevisiting Some Medieval Documents of Widecombe Church15554-83
2023Andrew Gray & Malcolm HartA renewed source of ‘Heritage Stone’ in Mid-Devon15584-99
2023Malcolm Hart, Christopher Smart & Melanie BorderGeodiversity underpins biodiversity in the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark155100-124
2023Andrew JacksonReassessing Devon’s early twentieth-century landscape art: the Camden Town Group painters155125-132
2023John MaddicottSir Thomas Wise and the Woman in White: A Devonshire Ghost Story155133-143
2023Nicholas OrmeThe History of History at Exeter University155144-173
2023Owen RylesEducation, enlightenment and entertainment: Plymouth Mechanics’ Institute 1825–99155174-198
2023Agnese SartorSpace and community in the medieval parish church: St Andrew in Ashburton155199-245
2023Roger E.N. SmithSaltmarsh Grass, Parapholis strigosa in Devon and South-West England. Is it two species?155246-252
2023Claude WilliamsField-Names in Devon Related to Rabbits155253-282