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Some effects of habitat change on the Dorset flora 111 99-104
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
Feeding habits of Caturus and new evidence of coleoid distribution from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 115 179-181
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
Hall and Woodhouse Brewery, Bournemouth Road, Blandford St Mary 133 103
Observations on the Magistrates' Courts, County Hall, Dorchester 113 175
Horton: Horton and Chalbury village hall (NGR 403229 107510) 130 205
Dorchester, St John Ambulance Hall, North Square 122 166-7
Dorchester, St John Ambulance Hall, North Square 125 154
Village Hall site, Horton 129 187-188
The Village Hall, The Causeway, Milborne St Andrew 133 107
The Halletts - Organ builders of Kington Magna, Dorset 120 19-24
Charminster, land adjacent to village hall 120 102
Pamphill, High Hall 120 105
Dorchester, Members' car park, County Hall 122 162
Two finds from the wreck of the Halsewell 1786 128 185-186
Philip Browne: The unfortunate Captain Peirce and the wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, 1786 137 273
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
The Halstock Mosaic found in 1817 113 133-138
Halves Cottages, Corfe Castle 115 161
Gillingham, Ham Farm 125 160
Badger sett remedial work, Hambledon Hill, Child Okeford 128 130
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
Hambledon Hill 116 130
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Hampreston, a new Mesolithic site in Dorset 121 162
Hampreston: A parish in the counties of Dorset and Hampshire 135 311-315
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
'Gone for a Burton': Thomas Arthur Burton (1842-1936), musician and composer, and his family (from Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Cotswolds, Hampshire and Dorset) 136 38-56
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 122 165
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 123 124
The Dorset county boundary at Biddlesgate, between the parishes of Cranborne (Dorset) and Damerham (Hampshire from 1885; formerly Wiltshire) 135 325-333
Hampreston: A parish in the counties of Dorset and Hampshire 135 311-315
Gillingham, Ham 125 166
Hamworthy, 165-67 Blandford Road 122 168
Observations at Hamworthy 1989 111 106
Hamworthy, 49 Blandford Road 126 193
Hamworthy, former Pilkington's tile factory, Shapwick Road 127 152
Hamworthy, Hamworthy Park, flood defences 126 189
Excavations at Hamworthy in 1974 115 101-109
Hamworthy, Longham Lakes 120 104
Hamworthy observations 112 127
Hamworthy, Old Rectory, Blandford Road 126 189
Hamworthy, Hamworthy Park, flood defences 126 189
Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman settlement and salt production site at Shapwick Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, 2005-6 130 63-98
Manton Road, Hamworthy, Poole 115 149
71 Lake Drive, Hamworthy, Poole 117 137
New Quay Road, Hamworthy, Poole 117 137
James Brothers site, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy, Poole 128 129
Poole Power Station site, Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole 129 191
Lower Hamworthy, Poole 133 108
Poole: Blandford Road, Hamworthy 120 105
Poole, Shapwick Road, Hamworthy 122 164
Poole, Shapwick Road, Hamworthy 125 156
Poole, new First School, Blandford Road, Hamworthy 125 161
Poole, Blandford Close, Hamworthy 125 167
Poole, Proos Roofing Supplies, Rigler Road, Hamworthy 125 167
35-37 Blandford Road, Hamworthy 129 187
Poole, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy 131 157
Recently discovered handaxes from East Dorset 112 113-4
An Unusual Post-Medieval Pottery Handle from Lyme Regis 127 141
Excavations at the Town Farm House site, now The Orchard, Dean Lane, Sixpenny Handley, 1988 119 87-102
Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset - interim report 118 155-157
Interim report on excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 1998 120 91-94
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, 2001 123 119
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset: a summary report 128 53-60
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 122 153
The excavation of a late Bronze Age/ early Iron Age-middle Iron Age settlement at Home Field, Down Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 133 77-97
Sixpenny Handley, Down Farm 126 181
Sixpenny Handley, Handley Down 125 162
Sixpenny Handley: Goldfields Farm, 1998 120 114
Sixpenny Handley, Goldfields Farm: interim statement, 1999 121 158-9
Sixpenny Handley, Goldfields Farm 122 153
Sixpenny Handley, Handley Down 125 162
Sixpenny Handley, Humby's Stock Coppice 131 169
Sixpenny Handley: Myncen Farm 1997 119 169-172
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm: interim report 1999 121 159-60
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm 121 160-1
Rushmore Park Golf Course, Woodcutts Common, Sixpenny Handley 118 149
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
Abbotsbury, Hannah's Lane 121 161
A Hanseatic flagon from Chesil Bay 114 250-1
April 2, Biddlesgate Wood and Stone Hill Gate (Cranborne (Dorset), Martin and Damerham (Hants)) 136 198-199
August 6, Ebblake to Whitefield Bottom (Alderholt and Edmondsham (Dorset), Fordingbridge and Ellingham (Hants)) 136 200-201
Frog spawn, a harbinger of Spring? 126 225-226
Poole Harbour: a review of early and more recent archaeological investigations with evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British salt production 127 53-57
Cold Harbour first time sewerage, Bere Road, Wareham 136 83
Poole Harbour, Furzey Island 125 171
Population structure and secondary production of the ragworm Hediste (Nereis) diversicolor in Poole Harbour, UK 129 163-174
Marine molluscs: Portland Harbour 116 160
The history and ecology of Spartina anglica in Poole Harbour 119 147-158
Langstone Harbour 123 101
An archaeological investigation of Russel Quay, Poole Harbour 125 93-99
An ancient anchor from Weymouth harbour 126 144-145
Green Island, Poole Harbour 132 185
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental assessment of seven streams entering Poole harbour 137 105-117
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
Thomas Hardy and the Alarm 115 170-172
Thomas Hardy and the German Hussars 113 1-4
Hardy performed: Thomas Hardy and the stage 132 63-72
What Tess meant to Hardy, and why 136 1-11
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
'History in Stone': Hardy, Morris, and architectural preservation 137 23-31
Hardy performed: Thomas Hardy and the stage 132 63-72
The Dorchester Debating Society and the Hardy Players (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 130 167-174
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye
(formerly Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Dorchester, Thomas Hardye School 120 117
Hardye's Jewellers, Cornhill, Dorchester 128 131
Dorchester: former Hardye's School, Barnes Way 119 160
Update on the Hardy's Correspondents project (June 2016) 137 32-33
Hardy's Cottage, Higher Bockhampton 136 82-83
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
Mumming Plays in Hardy's Wessex 135 86-148
Harmans Cross 118 147
A mediaeval `banner' type of harness ornament 111 111-2
Harper House, Hound St, Sherborne, ST 63960 16660, period unknown 130 206
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
Church Hatch, 13 Church Street, Christchurch 133 104
Have pity! Late slaves of the Turks 131 45-51
Plant galls of South Haven Peninsula, part of the Studland national nature reserve: a Diver Project report 137 137-140
September 13, Hawkchurch parish 136 193
`A Land' revisited: Jacquetta Hawkes and the landscape tradition 118 25-30
The Warren Summer House, Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 129 271-273
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 135 198
Milton Abbas, Pond Head Cottage 122 169
King's Head, High Street, Poole 115 161
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
Hengistbury Head, new fencing 127 152
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 117 125
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 118 144
Hengistbury Head, tranchet axe 121 162
Hengistbury Head, various amenity enhancement works 131 157
Hengistbury Head visitor centre, Bournemouth 134 157
St Aldhelm's Head, Worth Matravers 133 115
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
Terminus building development, Hengistbury Head 129 190
Unrecorded Enclosures on Warren Hill, Hengistbury Head 129 273-274
An inventory of ancient, holy and healing wells of Dorset 114 265
Dorchester, Physiques and Shapes Health Club, The Grove 125 164
Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book 1625-1638: a calendar, ed. Terry Hearing and Sarah Bridges 128 199
Field Survey and Excavation on Worgret Heath, 1990 113 33-40
July 19, Winfrith Heath, Bog Orchid count 136 192
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
The management of lowland heath from 1966-1989 at Arne nature reserve, Dorset, UK 114 227-232
Geophysical survey, Godlingston Heath group of round barrows, Studland 133 107
Canford Heath Middle School, Poole 113 185
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first seven years of a newly-created pond's existence (April-October 2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath
on the Arne nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
Holton Heath, Wareham Road 122 168
Sandford Heath, Wareham St Martin 133 112
Sandford Heath, Wareham St Martin 134 160
Heathcote House, Icen Way, Dorchester 113 174
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Luckford Lake (Dorset), a small heathland stream 119 141-145
Note on the use of Tertiary 'Heathstone' in buildings over the area of outcrop of the Palaeogene in the Isle of Purbeck, south-central and east Dorset 137 129-136
Studland Heath 131 156
Poole, Canford Heath 131 170
The Royal Naval cordite factory at Holton Heath 133 166-170
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
A hedge survey in the parish of Cerne Abbas 123 114
Southwest Dorset Hedges (2) - a survey of the National Trust's Golden Cap Estate 127 111-123
Southwest Dorset hedges (3): a survey of the National Trust's Golden Cap Estate north of Muddyford Lane, Stanton St Gabriel's 129 261-268
Southwest Dorset hedges, a survey of Osmington and east Preston parishes 126 119-125
Population structure and secondary production of the ragworm Hediste
(Nereis) diversicolor in Poole Harbour, UK 129 163-174
Heedless William's Stone 134 61-67
Chesil Beach, changes in crest height 1969-1990 112 109-112
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Helen Brotherton (1914-2009) 132 218-219
Helen Lane, Weymouth 134 160-161
Hendrick de Keyser, Nicholas Stone, Inigo Jones and the founding of the modern Portland stone industry 133 33-36
Tarrant Monkton henge site, excavation 2005 128 127-128
The Warren Summer House, Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 129 271-273
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 135 198
Hengistbury Head, new fencing 127 152
Hengistbury Head, tranchet axe 121 162
Hengistbury Head, various amenity enhancement works 131 157
Hengistbury Head visitor centre, Bournemouth 134 157
Terminus building development, Hengistbury Head 129 190
Unrecorded Enclosures on Warren Hill, Hengistbury Head 129 273-274
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
Henry Durden and his collection 114 151-160
The Revd Henry Moule, cholera and Fordington 1854 131 35-37
An account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published by Henry
Rowland Brown (1837-1921) in the second edition (1859) of Beauties of Lyme Regis 135 62-70
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry
Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
A meeting to celebrate some local heroes of Dorset geology 129 139-145
Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall - Area C 116 126
An early Iron Age hilltop settlement at Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset: first excavation report 115 63-70
The status and distribution of Pseudoepipona herrichii (Hymenoptera) in Dorset 114 278-279
Langton Herring, Angel Lane 120 104
Chaldon Herring cemetery 120 102
Chaldon Herring exploratory drill site 119 160
The Langton Herring mirror and grave goods 135 205-208
Romano-British settlement remains at Dairy House, Winterborne Herringston, interim note 114 249
The Warren, Chaldon Herring 117 136
Belle Vue Farm, Herston, Swanage 135 201
Fossil heteropteran bugs from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset 120 73-75
Hewish Hill drill site, Portesham 113 168
Two Dorset drawings by Heywood Sumner 114 264-268
Philip George Heyworth Hopkins 112 167
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
39-40 High East Street, Dorchester 117 137
Dorchester, Mariner's Parade, 41 High East Street 120 103
Dorchester, 9 High East Street 127 149
Dorchester, replacement gas main, High East Street 127 151-152
Pamphill, High Hall 120 105
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2002-3 126 160-166
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2004-5 128 100-106
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset 129 105-114
Corfe Mullen, High Park Road 122 173
43/ 45 High Street, Christchurch 117 124
Dorchester, 16 High Street, Fordington CSO 125 165
Dorchester, 3 Fordington High Street (Noah's Ark) 125 164-5
King's Head, High Street, Poole 115 161
35/ 37 High Street, Poole 118 148
Rear of 40/ 42 High Street, Poole 118 148
Archaeological investigations at the Southern Electricity Depot, High Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 125 83-92
High Street, Toller Porcorum 115 150
High Street, Toller Porcorum 116 126-8
29 High Street, Wimborne Minster 112 128
Dorchester, old foundry site, Fordington High Street 120 103
Poole, 1 High Street 120 118
Wimborne, The Priest's House, High Street 124 125
Shaftesbury, 41-45 High Street 125 161-2
Shaftesbury, 41-45 High Street 125 168
Poole, 19 High Street 131 169
Observations at Merchant's Garage, High West Street, Dorchester, 1983 113 41-54
Wall behind Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester 135 199
Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester 137 156
58-60 High West Street 111 110
Dorchester, 36 High West Street 127 149
Kingston Lacy, High Wood inhumation 121 155-8
Evaluation excavation within High Wood, Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill, ST 969 032, interim report 130 209-211
Highcliffe Castle, Highcliffe, Christchurch 137 156
Christchurch: Highcliffe Castle 119 160
Highcliffe Castle, Highcliffe, Christchurch 137 156
Melcombe Horsey, Highdon House 131 158
Hardy's Cottage, Higher Bockhampton 136 82-83
Dorset Dolines, part 1: the Higher Kingston Road cutting 112 105-108
Sandford Orcas, Higher Orchard 127 150
Some Dorset plant gall record highlights 135 351-352
Highmoor Farm, Talbot Village, Poole 118 134
Excavations at Thorncombe Beacon, Doghouse Hill and Golden Cap on the Golden Cap Estate, West Dorset 134 205-247
June 11, Bindon Hill and Lulworth Cove (Lulworth) 136 191-192
Woodbury Hill, Bere Regis 117 136
Woodbury Hill, Bere Regis 129 189
Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Charminster 135 198
Later prehistoric settlement at Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Dorset 137 264-270
Badger sett remedial work, Hambledon Hill, Child Okeford 128 130
St Catherine's Hill, Christchurch 113 183
Roeshot Hill, Christchurch 137 156
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
Shipton Hill, Dorset: an enigmatic Iron Age/ Romano-British enclosure 119 103-108
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
Hewish Hill drill site, Portesham 113 168
Michael Hill, East Dorset country houses 135 336-337
Chideock, Doghouse Hill, excavation of prehistoric occupation evidence and record of newly identified pillow mounds 131 164-166
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
April 2, Biddlesgate Wood and Stone Hill Gate (Cranborne (Dorset), Martin and Damerham (Hants)) 136 198-199
Unrecorded Enclosures on Warren Hill, Hengistbury Head 129 273-274
Warden Hill, Horchester, ST 5954 0414 131 161
Lewesdon Hill, linear earthwork 126 195
Bere Regis: cable trench at Woodbury Hill (NGR 385665 094765) 130 205
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
August 26, Eggardon Hill (NT) (Askerswell) 136 193
Lower Constitution Hill, Poole 114 237
The Inferior Oolite at East Hill Quarry, Bradford Abbas, Dorset 117 101-108
Lamberts Hill Reservoir, near Dorchester 114 233
Proposed dwelling adjacent to 10a Sweet Hill Road, Southwell, Portland 128 131
A multi-phase site at Barton Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset 137 187-204
Barton Hill, Shaftesbury 116 131
Extension to Shaftesbury Museum, Gold Hill, Shaftesbury 133 108
Water pipe trench, Hod Hill, Stourpaine 119 175
Hod Hill, Stourpaine 123 125
Poole, Hill Street 120 118
Water Treatment Works, Lamberts Hill to Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Hod Hill: `Too much wasted by cultivation for definite survey' 129 97-103
St John's Hill, Wareham 114 238
St John's Hill, Wareham 115 161-2
10 St John's Hill, Wareham 117 140
Michael Hill: West Dorset country houses 137 273-274
Gould's Hill, Winterborne St Martin 129 189
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
Two round barrows and flintwork on Pound Hill, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset 111 120-121
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Steeple, North Hills Plantation 122 170
Corfe Hills Roman road, Poole 136 81
Hillside, Little England, Milborne St Andrew 136 80
Dorset Dolines: Part 2, Bronkham Hill 113 149-155
Wareham Lady St Mary, St Johns Hill 114 252
Wareham Lady St Mary, St John's Hill 115 162
Hambledon Hill 116 130
Batcombe, Gore Hill 122 165
Charminster, 1 West Hill 122 173
Dorchester, Lamberts Hill 123 128
Nether Cerne, East Hill 123 129
Chilcombe, Bunkers Hill 125 163-4
Marnhull stone quarry, Whiteway Hill 127 150
A geophysical examination of round barrow cemeteries on the South Dorset Ridgeway (Stage 1 - Bronkham Hill) 130 199-203
Morcombelake to Charmouth, Stonebarrow Hill 133 107
A newly recorded hilltop enclosure at Myncen Farm, Minchington 131 103-112
An early Iron Age hilltop settlement at Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset: first excavation report 115 63-70
Hilly Ground. Hinton St Mary, Dorset 123 124-5
The Hilton typhus epidemic of 1848 129 182-185
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2002-3 126 160-166
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2004-5 128 100-106
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset 129 105-114
Hinton St Mary: 4 Veal's Lane 119 175
Hilly Ground. Hinton St Mary, Dorset 123 124-5
Great Dorset Steam Fair Road, near Tarrant Hinton 137 159
The recent history of monitoring and management of Little Tern Sterna albifrons and Common Tern Sterna hirundo on Chesil Bank, Dorset, 1974-1999 126 63-84
Historic environment survey from the Dorset coast 126 145-148
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric consolidation work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Archaeology and historical landscape in Wessex from the air 117 51-66
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 2012 134 277-290
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2009 and 2010 132 1-16
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2010 and 2011 133 189-208
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2013 135 360-372
The history and ecology of Spartina anglica in Poole Harbour 119 147-158
Dorset History Centre (?acquisitions) 136 81
'History in Stone': Hardy, Morris, and architectural preservation 137 23-31
Bournemouth Natural Science Society: The natural history of Bournemouth and the surrounding area, edited by R. Chapman 133 177-178
The recent history of monitoring and management of Little Tern Sterna albifrons and Common Tern Sterna hirundo on Chesil Bank, Dorset, 1974-1999 126 63-84
The county boundary from Melbury Abbas to Ashmore: a natural history report 130 232
Hitherto unnoticed tree remains from the submerged forests at Bournemouth and Charmouth 122 125-127
Kulindrichnus: a hitherto unrecorded trace fossil from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridge, Dorset 115 182
Excavation of c. eighteenth-century wall footings at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock 135 237-240
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
Plan of Hive Beach, with eroding building, supplement to vol.135 p.237-240 136 185
Portland, care and custody unit, HM YOI 125 167
Portland, laundry shed extension, HM YOI 125 167
HMP Dorchester, Dorchester 135 198
Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 111 107
The archaeological context of the Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 133 67-68
A late Roman coin hoard from the County Hospital site, Dorchester 128 61-67
The 1986 Poundbury hoard of 3rd-century Antoniniani 125 150-152
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard
of palstaves near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
The Bournemouth Hospital Bronze Age hoard 114 253-254
Aurea Pamela Hoare (1915-2008) 132 217-218
Water pipe trench, Hod Hill, Stourpaine 119 175
Hod Hill, Stourpaine 123 125
Hod Hill: `Too much wasted by cultivation for definite survey' 129 97-103
The excavation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Hodge
Ditch, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 126 27-42
Hogford Mill, Pamphill 114 234-7
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
Further finds from Rope Lake Hole, Kimmeridge 114 251-2
Lithostratigraphic sections through the Purbeck Limestone Group (Tithonian-Berriasian) at five Regionally Important Geological/ Geomorphological Sites (RIGS) on the Isle of Purbeck, and at Bacon Hole
near West Lulworth, Dorset, Southern England 131 127-144
Weymouth Bay holiday park, Preston 120 108
Dorchester, Hollands House 120 117
Boyne Hollow water pipeline 113 170
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
The Odonata of a created lake at Squirrel Cottage, East Holme, Dorset 130 25-30
An unusual vessel from the East Holme kiln, Wareham 132 179
East Holme Priory 133 106
Margaret Holmes, 1923-2015 136 186-187
Round barrows at Squirrel's Cottages, East Holme 113 170
Dorey's Farm, East Holme 115 148
Squirrel Cottage, East Holme 115 161
Dorey's Farm. East Holme 117 124
East Holme 130 213
Holmwood Park Farm, Ferndown 137 157
Holmwood Park, Ferndown 136 79
Longburton to Holnest water-main 127 153
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
Holton Heath, Wareham Road 122 168
The Royal Naval cordite factory at Holton Heath 133 166-170
East Holton (Holton Lee), Wareham St Martin 127 148-149
East Holton (Holton Lee), Wareham St Martin 127 148-149
Wareham St Martin, East Holton, NGR 396200 091300 130 213
East Holton. Wareham St Martin 2003-2004 126 180
Survey and excavation of an enclosure at East Holton, Wareham St Martin 122 153
East Holton, Wareham St Martin 133 111-112
East Holton 124 120-121
Petersham Farm, Holt 117 125
Earthenware jars from East Worth and Holtwood 117 141-2
Holworth: booster to Holworth tank, SY 76560 84000 130 206-207
Holworth: booster to Holworth tank, SY 76560 84000 130 206-207
Occurrence of Foraminifera in the Portland Stone formation (Portlandian, Upper Jurassic) of Holworth 115 178-179
An inventory of ancient, holy and healing wells of Dorset 114 265
Church of The Holy Rood, Wool 134 161
Buckland Newton, Church of the Holy Rood 125 163
The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Holy Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome, Dorset 123 95-100
Bradpole, Holy Trinity Church 125 163
A37 Holywell Road improvement temporary exposures, West Dorset 116 152
Bradford Peverell, Home Barn 126 188
Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 106-107
Keates Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
The excavation of a late Bronze Age/ early Iron Age-middle Iron Age settlement at Home Field, Down Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 133 77-97
World War II: Dorset and the Home Front 133 161-162
Christchurch, new residential care home, Jumpers Road 127 151
Winterborne Came Rectory: the home of William Barnes 123 1-6
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
Hooke 114 234
Chelwood, Hooke 115 153
Philip George Heyworth Hopkins 112 167
Warden Hill, Horchester, ST 5954 0414 131 161
The Inferior Oolite at Coombe Quarry, near Mapperton, Dorset, and a new Middle Jurassic ammonite faunal horizon,
Aa-3b, Leioceras comptocostosum n.biosp. in the Scissum Zone of the Lower Aalenian 130 99-132
Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck Wealden flies (Diptera) 119 135-140
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
Gussage St Michael: Brookside horse ménage [manège] (NGR 397385 113005) 130 205
Sherborne, Horsecastles 125 162
Horseshoes pumping station, Gaunts Common, SU 02600 06200 131 161
Osmington, Osmington White Horse 124 126
Mabel St Clair Stobart 1862-1954: The Lady of the Black Horse 135 1-19
Melcombe Horsey, Highdon House 131 158
Horton: Horton and Chalbury village hall (NGR 403229 107510) 130 205
Horton: Bramble Farm 119 175
Excavation near a 17th century kiln at Horton, Dorset 111 71-85
Excavation of the 17th century kiln at Horton, Dorset 112 23-32
Horton: Horton and Chalbury village hall (NGR 403229 107510) 130 205
Horton: Manor Farm 119 175-7
Horton, Manor Farm 125 160
17th century kiln at Horton 111 118
Spolia Opima at Horton 112 138-139
Village Hall site, Horton 129 187-188
Bridport Community Hospital, Allington 115 147
The Bournemouth Hospital Bronze Age hoard 114 253-254
Wareham Hospital phase 2 extension 113 185
Excavations at Dorchester Hospital (site C), Dorchester, Dorset 115 71-100
A late Roman coin hoard from the County Hospital site, Dorchester 128 61-67
County Hospital 111 110
Shaftesbury: Westminster Memorial Hospital 119 168-9
Dorchester, Old County Hospital 122 162
Charmouth, Charmouth House Hotel 126 193
The eastern defences of the Saxon burh at Christchurch, Dorset: an archaeological evaluation at the King's Arms Hotel 132 127-130
Harper House, Hound St, Sherborne, ST 63960 16660, period unknown 130 206
Melrose, 43 Hound Street, Sherborne 131 155
Hound Street, Sherborne 134 160
Melrose, 43 Hound Street, Sherborne 136 82
Wall behind Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester 135 199
Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester 137 156
New riding arena, Parnham House, Beaminster 128 130
Portland House, Belle Vue Road, Weymouth 133 113
Appian House, Bowling Alley Walk, Dorchester 128 131
Manor House, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Vespasian House, Bridport Rd, Dorchester, SY 68710 90648 130 207
Wives and Daughters: Women and Children in the Georgian House, by Joanna Martin 126 233
Stratton House campus, Dorchester 133 105-106
Court House cellar, 6 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
A group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
Uvedales House, Corfe Castle 137 163
Walled garden at Upton House country park, Upton, Poole, SY 99275 92825, period: modern 130 206
Coffee house culture in seventeenth-century Lyme Regis 133 27-32
Joseph Weld House, Dorchester 113 175
Portman House, Durweston 116 130
Marshwood, proposed new dwelling at Lodge House Farm 131 157
Frampton House, Frampton Park 136 79-80
The Warren Summer House, Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 129 271-273
Wimborne, The Priest's House, High Street 124 125
Charmouth, Charmouth House Hotel 126 193
Harper House, Hound St, Sherborne, ST 63960 16660, period unknown 130 206
Heathcote House, Icen Way, Dorchester 113 174
Sherborne, Brecon House, Long Street 122 174
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
Sherborne House, Newland, Sherborne 135 201
Sherborne, Island House, Newland 120 119
Kingston Lacy House, Pamphill, south lawn evaluation excavation 136 80-81
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
Sherborne, Greenhill House, Sherborne School 120 119
Sherborne House, Sherborne 118 136
Sherborne House, Sherborne 134 160
Excavations at the Town Farm House site, now The Orchard, Dean Lane, Sixpenny Handley, 1988 119 87-102
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 117 151-152
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 118 159-160
Manor House, Stourpaine, 11KV mains replacement 118 149
`Springhead' public house, Sutton Poyntz 118 136
Customs House, The Quay, Poole 117 137
Lyme Regis, St Andrews House, Uplyme Road 120 117
Frome House, Wareham 133 111
Excavations at Church House, Wimborne Minster 113 183
St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles 133 114
Romano-British settlement remains at Dairy House, Winterborne Herringston, interim note 114 249
Petitions for constructing and reforming Dorset houses of correction c. 1625-39 131 39-44
Michael Hill, East Dorset country houses 135 336-337
Michael Hill: West Dorset country houses 137 273-274
Pamphill Manor House 114 244
West Stafford: Stafford House 119 162-3
Sherborne, Greenhill House 120 106
Sherborne, Land adjacent to Brecon House 120 106
Sherborne, land adjacent to Sherborne House 120 106
Sutton Poyntz, Springhead public house 120 114
Dorchester, Hollands House 120 117
Chettle House 121 153-4
Chideock: site of a 13th-century manor house 122 159-60
Pamphill, Kingston Lacy House 123 129-30
South Perrott, Mohun House 124 126
Michael Robert House 124 169-170
Sherborne, Newell House 125 162
Pamphill, service room, Walnut Farm House 125 170
Corfe Castle, Uvedales House 126 179-180
Sturminster Newton, Bagber Farm House 126 192
Sherborne, Sherborne House 127 150
Melcombe Horsey, Highdon House 131 158
Stratton housing development 116 132
From poorhouse to workhouse? The erosion of publicly owned housing in rural Dorset after 1834 131 65-78
South Walks housing project, South Street, Bridport 115 160
Hoverflies 112 156
Hoverflies 113 212
Dorset hoverfly report 1993 115 196
Dorset hoverfly report 1995 117 173
Dorset Hoverfly report 1996 118 178-179
Dorset hoverfly report 1997 120 137
Dorset hoverfly report 1998 120 138
Dorset Hoverfly report 1999 121 175
Dorset hoverfly report 2000 122 196
Dorset hoverfly report 2001 123 149
Dorset hoverfly report 2002 124 160
Dorset hoverfly report 2006 128 180
Dorset hoverfly report 2007 129 248-249
Dorset Hoverfly report 2008 130 259-260
Dorset hoverfly report 2011 133 135
Hoverfly report 2013 136 202
Hoverfly report 2014 136 202-203
Hoverfly report 2015 137 275
Dorset Hoverfly Reports 127 188-189
Dorset Hoverfly report 114 277
Hoverfly report 116 161
Hoverfly report 131 172-173
Hoverfly report 132 202-203
Hoverfly report 134 259-260
How the Newburghs of Lulworth came to own Sutton Poyntz 135 46-55
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
Privateers and prizes: how Weymouth profited from war, 1715-1815 (Mansel-Pleydell essay 2003) 126 1-6
Howard's Lane, Wareham 116 128
The excavation of 12th-13th century deposits at Howard's Lane, Wareham 117 81-90
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
Recording a hulked vessel in the Fleet 123 111
Human remains from Manor Farm Cottages, Litton Cheney 116 131
Palaeopathological investigations into the articulated human
skeletal remains from Old St Andrew's Church, Portland, Dorset 127 67-76
Sixpenny Handley, Humby's Stock Coppice 131 169
The Dorset Hundreds from the early nineteenth century 136 68-76
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
Two new prehistoric sites on Sopley Common, Hurn 111 105
Parley Court Farm, Hurn 115 149
Thomas Hardy and the German Hussars 113 1-4
Coastguard Hut, Kimmeridge Bay 137 157
Hybodontid shark shagreen from the Purbeck Limestone Group, early Cretaceous, Dorset 127 158-159
Roman remains found at Hyde Farm, Shapwick, Kingston Lacy Estate 135 241
The status and distribution of Pseudoepipona herrichii (Hymenoptera) in Dorset 114 278-279
Philanthus triangulum (Fabricus) (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae): the first Dorset records since 1829 116 162

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