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     Wiltshire Towns : the archaeological potential ( Pages 5 - 6)



     Experimental buildings in Amesbury, 1919 - 1937

     Experimental cottages : a report on the work of the Department at Amesbury

     Wilton House and English Palladianism, pages 94-124

     Wiltshire ( Buildings of England series) : revised by Bridget Cherry



     A short guide to the abbey church of St Mary and St Melor, Amesbury

     Amesbury : its abbey, its church and its saint

     Notes on Amesbury Church ( Pages 29 - 32) Full Text Available

     Notes on Amesbury Monastery with an account of some discoveries on the site in 1860 ( Pages 114 - 556)

     Salisbury meeting : notes on Amesbury Church and Abbey

     Tales of the people connected with Amesbury abbey through 1500 years

     The Church Bells of Wiltshire : their inscriptions and history

     The Church Plate of the County of Wilts ( Page 36)

     The Church Rambler ( 2 Vols) ( Vol. 2, Page 187)

     The medieval clock in Amesbury Abbey


General History and Topography

     A sentimental and practical guide to Amesbury and Stonehenge

     Amesbury : historic and prehistoric

     Amesbury : history and description of a south Wiltshire town

     Amesbury old and new

     Anglo - Saxon Towns in Southern England

     Exploring Historic Wiltshire, Vol. 1 : North (Page 85)

     Exploring Historic Wiltshire, Vol. 2 : South (Page 51)

     Highways and Byways in Wiltshire

     In and around Amesbury : a town trail and brief historical guide

     Round About Wiltshire

     The Amesbury Millennium lectures

     The Beauties of Wiltshire (3 Vols) (Vol. 2 Pages 148 - 153)

     The Illustrated Portrait of Wiltshire

     The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol. 15

     Wiltshire : the topographical collections corrected and enlarged by John Edward Jackson

     Wiltshire Villages ( Pages 55 - 56)



     The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4



     Amesbury gleanings : chiefly in reference to the association of the families of Seymour and Douglas with that place

     Some account of Henry Browne, seventeen years a resident at Amesbury, Wilts ; also of his son and daughter, Joseph Henry Bickerton Browne and Caroline Champneys Browne, fifty-nine years residents at Amesbury

     Wiltshire and Its Worthies ( Pages 115 - 118) Full Text Available



     Wiltshire Schools : a short history



     The Amesbury Turnpike Trust

     The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol. 4



General History and Topography

     Modern History of Wiltshire, Vol. 2, Hundred of Amesbury, pages 44-6


     Modern History of Wiltshire, Vol. 2, Hundred of Amesbury, pages 41,42,156,175


     A History of Modern Wiltshire, volume 2, Hundred of Amesbury, pages 89-99

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