Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey August 1999
Number 29 Library Accessions ISSN 0309 - 8591
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

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ADLER Dana S. (1999). Invasion 43 AD: the sources. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, 150-153.

ANDREWS Frank W.G. (1999). Nineteenth century Sandwich. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 257-290.

ANON (1999). The portable antiquities scheme. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, page 154.

ANON (1999). Spitalfields Roman sarcophagus. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, 159-160.

ANON (1999). Survey of Dover Western Heights. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, page 161,

ASHBEE Paul (1999). Coldrum revisited and reviewed. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 1-43. [Trottiscliffe: megalithic long barrow]

ANSELL Richard (1999). A Roman site at Bean, Dartford. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, 146-150.

BAGSHAW Peter (1999). The 1832 Poor Law Commission's answers to rural queries. Goudhurst. A case study of a Wealden parish. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 63-76.

BAKER Audrey M. (1999). Adam and Eve and the Lord God: the Adam and Eve cycle of wall paintings in the church of Hardham, Sussex. Archaeol J, 155, 207-225.

BIRD Joanna (1999). Dover Samian. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, 158-159.

BREEZE Andrew (1999). The name of the river Cray. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 372-374.

CHEW Steve, and Jacqui PEARCE (1999). A pottery assemblage from a 17th-century revetted channel at 12-26 Magdalen Street, Southwark. London Archaeologist, 9(1), 22-29.

COWIE Robert, et al. (1999). A late medieval and Tudor horse burial ground: excavations at Elverton Street, Westminster. Archaeol J, 155, 226-251.

DAVIES Helen, and Judie ENGLISH (1999). Fieldwork at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and the Surrey Science Research Park development sites 1980 - 1998, part 3. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 6-8.

DIVERS David (1999). Excavations at the mouth of Deptford Creek, Greenwich Reach. London Archaeologist, 9(1), 6-15.

DUFF KL (1985). The story of Swanscombe man. Kent County Council / Nature Conservancy Council: 40pp.

ENGLISH Judie (1999). Bronze scabbard mouth fragment. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, page 15. [Correction to item in Bull. DAS 330: the location was in fact 'in the vicinity of Cole Kitchen Lane, Shere']

ENGLISH Judie (1999). Vachery forge and furnace, Cranleigh, Surrey. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 19-29.

EVE David (1999). Springhead gardens and the archaeology of Kent watercress beds. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 191-203.

GULLICK Michael (1999). The scribal work of Eadmer of Canterbury to 1109. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 173-189.

HALL Alan (1999). Overwey revisited. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 4-6. [Tilford]

HAUGHEY Fiona (1999). The archaeology of the Thames: prehistory within a dynamic landscape. London Archaeologist, 9(1), 16-21.

HERBERT B.K. (1999). The Wealden Iron Research Group experimental bloomery furnace. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 3-19.

HICKS Alison J. (1999). Excavations at Each End, Ash, 1992. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 91-172.

HOBBS Richard (1999). Metal detectorists and archaeologists in Kent. Kent Archaeol Rev, 137, 155-157.

HODGKINSON Jeremy S. (1999). Field notes: The Domesday ferarria. A Romano-British bloomery at Heathfield, Sussex. A bloomery at Bletchingley, Surrey. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 2-3. [Two sites located at Blechingley, at TQ 3320 4823 and TQ 3385 4830]

HOUGHTON R.G. and J.S. HODGKINSON (1999). Frith furnace, Northchapel - site survey 1999. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 30-33. [Sussex]

MEEKUMS M (1999). Excavations at Scadbury moated manor, Chislehurst. Kent Archaeol Rev,137, page 157.

MILLER Pat and Roy STEPHENSON (1999). A 14th-century pottery site in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. Excavations at 70 - 76 Eden Street. Museum of London Archaeology Service: Archaeology Study Series 1: x + 54pp.

PANTON F.H. (1999). Finances and government of Canterbury. Eighteenth- to mid nineteenth-century Canterbury courts of justice. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 291-325.

PARFITT Keith (1999). Some radio-carbon dates for Prehistoric east Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 376-380.

PERKINS DRJ, et al. (1999). Kent International Business Park, Manston: excavations and evaluations 1994 - 1997, Report 1. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 217-255.

PERKINS D.R.J. and G.H. SLADE (1999). A report on work by the Trust for Thanet Archaeology 1997 - 1998. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 355-371.

POULTON Rob (1999). Excavations at 42 - 54 London Road, Staines. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 1-4.

QUINEY Anthony (1999). Bax farmhouse, Tonge, Kent: materials, planning and style of a sixteenth-century manor house. Archaeol J, 155, 252-291.

RIDDLER Ian (1999). Worked whale vertebrae. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 205-215.

SIMMONS Sydney (1999). The lords and ladies of Tonbridge Castle. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 45-61.

SOWAN Paul W (1999). The Reigate stone research project. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 110, 11-15; also Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 21-24.

SPARKS M. (1999). St. Gregory's Priory, Canterbury. A re-assessment. Archaeologia Cantiana, 118, 77-90.

SWAIN Headley (1999). Taking London archaeology to Londoners. London Archaeologist, 9(1), 3-5. [Museum of London]

TINGLE Martin (1999). Excavations of a colluvial deposit and an artefact scatter at the prehistoric flint source in Beer, Devon. Archaeol J, 155, 292-303.

WHITE Mark, et al. (1999). Rescue excavations at an Acheulean site at Southend Road, South Woodford, London Borough of Redbridge, E18 (TQ 407905.) Archaeol J, 155, 1-21.

WILLIS Steven (1999). Samian pottery in Britain: exploring its distribution and archaeological potential. Archaeol J, 155, 82-133,

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ANON (1999). Government badger cull opposed by Wildlife Trusts. Nat World, 56, page 6.

ASELFORD Stephen (1999). Integrating transport. Croydon Focus, 73, page 18.

CHLORIDE (1999). Transport Group news. Croydon Focus, 73, 20-22.

CROYDON SOCIETY (1999). Croydon Local Agenda 21 - new update. Croydon Focus, 73, 6-7.

CROYDON SOCIETY (1999). A new structure for local government. Croydon Focus, 73, 8-11.

CUNNINGHAM John (1999). Planning Group report. Croydon Focus, 73, 17-18.

DATTTA Ann, et al. (1998). Animals and the law. A review of animals and the state. Chichester:Chichester Institute of Higher Education: Otter Memorial Paper10: 104pp.

EVANS Bob (1999). Tandridge Council and our heritage. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 9-11. [lecture reported by Roger Hammond]

FEWINS Clive (1999). Mills feel cold wind of change. The Times, 23 January 1999. [Outwood]

JOHNSTONE May (1999). South Norwood Country Park. Croydon Focus, 73, page 26.

MYERS Geoffrey (1999). 20-20 vision and the Croydon Society. Croydon Focus, 73, 13-16.

NEWMAN John (1999). RAF Mildenhall: archaeological excavation and discovery. Sanctuary, 28, page 40. [Suffolk]

RICHARDS Jean (1999). Care for Croydon working group. Croydon Focus, 73, 24-25.

TURNER Dennis (1999). Surrey Historic Buildings Trust award for 1998. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 10-11.

TURNER Dennis (1999). Two new draft PPGs published. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, page 12. [PPG 11: Regional planning; PPG 12: Development plans]

WILLIAMS Judith (1999). Public access. Sanctuary, 28, 26-27. [MOD land]

WRIGLEY Frank (1999). Conservation Officer's report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 5-8.

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SOWAN Paul W (1999). The Reigate stone research project. Down to Earth, 28, 4-5.

STAMP L Dudley (1966). A glossary of geographical terms prepared by a Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 2nd edn. Longmans: xxxii + 539pp.

WARREN CD (1999). The Channel Tunnel Rail Link - the longest borehole in the world. 28, 1-3. [Kent - London site investigations / geology]

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ANON (1999). Prince Charles at Surrey History Centre. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 13-14.

ASHFORD CJ (1999). Air disaster near Croydon in 1928. J Croydon Airport Soc, 35, 7-11. [Near Little Woodcote]

BARON George (1999). A botanical institute for south London. George Baron discovers that in 1907, plans for the South London Botanical Institute were already well advanced … South London Botanical Institute Gazette, July 1999, 3-5.

BLYTHMAN Guy (1999). Lost windmills of Sussex: Heathfield, Sandy Cross post-mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 103, 11-12.

BROWN Ruth Rhynas (1999). Notes from the Board of Ordnance papers 1705-20. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 34-46.

BUDGEN Christopher (1999). Tylehost Farm, Cranleigh. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 8-9.

COOLING L.F., A.W. SKEMPTON, and A.L. LITTLE (edrs) (1969). A century of soil mechanics. Classic papers on soil mechanics published by the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1844 - 1946. Institution of Civil Engineers: (iv) + 482pp. [Includes the 1844 paper by C.H. Gregory on the London and Croydon Railway, and others on other geotechnical aspects of the London Clay.]

CROSSLAND E.A. (1999). A letter from E.A. Crossland: the legacy of Henry Smith and the Gwilt family. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 12-13.

DUCK Margaret (1999). Caterham Valley shops. Andrew Browne - 10 Godstone Road. A garment maker, a corn chandler and the jewellers. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 25-26.

FAIRCLOUGH Keith (1999). Lead production at East Molesey Mills: documents. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 331, 11-12. [Reprinted from Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 109 (May 1999)]

GADSBY Joy M. (1999). Landscape History Group Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 28-29.

GADSBY Joy (1999). The Sanderstead Estate. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, page 3.

GADSBY Joy (1999). Tales from Sanderstead churchyard - 19: the Smiths of Selsdon Park. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 26-28. [George Smith purchased Selsdon Park c, 1810]

HODGKINSON Jeremy S., and Anne DALTON (1999). Swedenborg's description of English iron-making. Wealden Iron, second series, 19, 47-63.

JOHNSON Amy (1999). P.G.C.: I shot down flying legend Amy Johnson. OAP breaks silence on 58 yr mystery. 35, page 19.

MARTIN Ron (1999). Water towers in Sussex - an update. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc,. , 103, 3-4.

MAY Derwent (1999). Quiet blast from a noisy past. The Times, 26 June 1999. [Waltham Abbey Royal Gunpowder Mills]

OAKLEY Vivienne (1999). Ornithology in 1861-2. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 63, 4-5.

PACKHAM Roger (1999). Greathead Manor. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 11-12. [Dormansland]

PARISH George (1999). The Croydon Bookshop - a postscript. Croydon Focus, 73, 25-26.

SAMPSON Tom (1999). Croydon Airport. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 7-9. [Lecture reported by Roger Hammond]

SANDFORD Paul (1999). Pub History Group. Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 14-16. [Young's Brewery, Wandsworth]

SKUSE Peter (1999). Coming Forum Meetings. Visit to Down House … Bull Bourne Soc, 177, 12-13.

SMITH Norman (1999). Edward Wright and his perspective glass: a surveying puzzle of the early 17th century. Trans Newcomen Soc, 70(1), 109-122. [Surveying the New River]

TIEDEMANN Martin (1999). 80th birthday of Ruskin House. Croydon Focus, 73, page 19. [80th anniversary of a Labour and trade union headquarters in Croydon]

URBAN Bert (1999). Watermills & their transport in mid-Sussex. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 103, 9-10.

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ADLER Mary, et al. (1999). Surrey. Bisley / Pirbright. DERA Chertsey. Hankley. Sanctuary, 28, 66-67. [Natural history / wildlife conservation on MOD land at these three sites]

ALLEN DE (1999). Rubus campaniensis, Winkel ex. Beek (Rosaceae) in Britain. Watsonia, 22(4), 429-430. [Hampshire]

ALLEN DE (1999). Some continental Rubi, most likely to occur in England. BSBI News, 81, 70-71.

ASH Hilary J. (1999). Cardamine pratensis, in urban lawns. BSBI News, 81, page 38.

BARRATT DR et al. (1999). Variation in the response of infraspecific variants of wet grassland species to manipulated water levels. Watsonia, 22(4), 317-328.

BEVAN Jim (1999). Anagallis minima, in Kent. BSBI News, 81, 19-21.

BLATCHLEY Ishpi (1999). Lichen report. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 14-17.

BLATCHLEY Ishpi (1999). Survey news from Petts Wood. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 40, page 1. [Petts Wood is NT property in LB Bromley]

BOND LC (1999). Army birds. Sanctuary, 28, page 39. [Army Ornithological Society]

BOWRA John C (1999). Oenothera, (evening-primroses) - the way forward. BSBI News, 81, 24-26.

BUTCHER Alida (1999). Out-size verbascums. BSBI News, 81, page 38.

CAREY PD (1999). Changes in the distribution and abundance of Himantoglossum hircinum (L.) Sprengel (Orchidaceae) over the last 100 years. Watsonia, 22(4), 353-364.

CHALONER Bill (1999). This global warming - does it show? BTO News, 223, page 5.

CHATER, Arthur (1999). Notes on the identification of planted poplars. BSBI News, 81, 55-57.

CLEMENT Eric J (1999). Calamagrostis canescens: a grass that branches. BSBI News, 81, 17-19.

CLEMENT Eric J (1999). Is this Nothofagus alpina? BSBI News, 81, 50-52.

CLIFFE Gary (1999). Mammal report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 43-46.

COOPER Fiona (1999). The black poplar survey update. BSBI News, 81, 38-39.

COX Margaret (1999). Odonata report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 24-26.

CRACKLES Eva (1999). Fertile hybrids between Veronica anagallis-aquatica, and V. catenata (V. x lackschewitzii) in Yorkshire. BSBI News, 81, 32-33.

CRICK Humphrey (1999). BTO at the heart of Government - again! BTO News, 223, page 7. [Quality of life indicators]

CRICK Humphrey (1999). Butterflies are heading north too. BTO News, 223, page 12.

CRICK Humphrey (1999). Global warming and early birds. BTO News, 223, 2-3.

DINES Trevor (1999). Atlas 2000. Progress report. BSBI News, 81, page 7.

EFETOV, Konstantin A., and Gerhard M. TARMANN (1999). On the systematic position of Procris rusca, Leech,. [1889](Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae, Procridinae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 163-168.

FOX Richard (1999). Butterflies for the new millennium. A new atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Sanctuary, 28, 10-11.

HECKFORD RJ (1999). The decline and possible extinction of Syncopacma vinella, (Bankes, 1898)(Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in the British Isles. Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 161-162.

HECKFORD Robert J., et al. (1999). The taxonomic status of Eulamprotes immaculatella, (Douglas, 1850)(Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 155-160.

HOARE RJB et al. (1999). Caryocolum blandelloides, Karsholt, 1981 (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in the British Isles. Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 149-154.

JONES RW and RJD TILLEY (1999). Colour, ultraviolet reflectivity and iridescent scale structure in Quercusia quercus, (L., 1758) and Laeosopis roboris, (Esper, 1793)(Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 181-187.

JOY Jenny (1999). Atypical habitat choice by White Admiral butterflies, Ladoga camilla, (L.)(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), at the edge of their range. Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 169-179.

KAY QON et al. (1999). Biology, genetic variation and conservation of Luronium natans, (L.) Raf. In Britain and Ireland. Watsonia, 22(4), 301-315.

KIRCHNER F and JM BULLOCK (1999). Taxonomic separation of Ulex minor, Roth. and U. gallii, Planch.: morphometrics and chromosome counts. Watsonia, 22(4), 365-376.

KNOWLING Philip (1999). Restoring the balance: ten years of the Barn Owl Trust. Sanctuary, 28, 32-33.

LEACH Simon J (1999). Atriplex littoralis, on inland roadsides. BSBI News, 81, 36-37.

LENNON Jack and Chris THOMAS (1999). Southern bird species advance north. BTO News, 223, page 4.

MACPHERSON Peter and Eric J CLEMENT (1999). Inula hookeri, C.B. Clarke: established in Britain. BSBI News, 81, 53-54.

MICHALAK Pawel and Jan RAFINSKI (1999). Sexual isolation between two newt species, Triturus vulgaris, and T. montandoni, (Amphibia, Urodela, Salamandridae.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 67(3), 343-352.

MOSSOP Jane (1999). Biodiversity. Sanctuary, 28, 4-5.

OLIVER Jack (1999). Broomrapes apparently without hosts. BSBI News, 81, page 34.

OLIVER Jack (1999). Dodder on bramble. BSBI News, 81, page 32.

OLIVER Jack (1999). Nettle and other herbaceous plant maxima. BSBI News, 81, page 30. [Height records]

OLIVER Jack (1999). Suppression of other tree species by English elm (Ulmus procera.) BSBI News, 81, 26-30.

O'SULLIVAN Michael (1999). Unusual plant growth. BSBI News, 81, page 31.

OWEN John A. (1999). Notes on the biology of Cryptocephalus coryli, (Linnaeus)(Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 199-204.

PECK Anne (1999). Bird report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 30-43.

PITT Joyce (1999). Botany report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 18-23.

PORLEY RD (1999). Separation of Carex vulpina, L. and C. otrubae, Podp. (Cyperaceae) using transverse leaf sections. Watsonia, 22(4), 431-432.

PRATT Edward (1999). New conifer in the British Isles? BSBI News, 81, page 53.

PRESLAND John (1999). Radiation in British apiaceae I: comparing different sources. BSBI News, 81, 40-43.

PRESTON CD, et al. (1999). The distribution and habitat of Potamogeton, x suecicus, K. Richt. (P. filiformis, Pers. x P. lectinatus, L.) in the British Isles. Watsonia, 22(4), 329-342.

REHFISCH Mark and Graham AUSTIN (1999). Ringed plovers go east. BTO News, 223, 14-15.

RICH TCG (1999). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Cyperus fuscus, L. (Cyperaceae), brown galingale. Watsonia, 22(4), 397-403.

RICH TCG, et al. (1999). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Salvia pratensis, L. (Lamiaceae), meadow clary. Watsonia, 22(4), 405-411.

RICH TCG, and J. LEWIS (1999). Use of herbarium material for mapping the distribution of Erophila, (Brassicaceae) taxa sensu Filfilan & Elkington in Britain and Ireland. Watsonia, 22(4), 377-385.

ROSE Francis (1999). The interesting plant life of MOD heathland areas in Hampshire. Sanctuary, 28, 20-21.

RUMSEY FJ (1999). Rumex, x akeroydii, - a new dock hybrid. Watsonia, 22(4), 413-416.

SLOGGETT J.J., et al. (1999). Predation of ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) by wood ants, Formica rufa, L. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 217-221.

SOKOLOFF Paul (1999). Lepidoptera 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 26-28.

SPALTON Laurie (1999). A new Bromus? BSBI News, 81, 14-17.

SPARKS Tim, et al. (1999). Are European birds migrating earlier? BTO News, 223, 8-9.

STEVENSON Mark, et al (1999). The changing fortunes of Britain's rare arable plants, 1962 - 1997. BSBI News, 81, 34-35.

SUTCLIFFE Jill (1999). Juniper. BSBI News, 81, page 36.

THOMAS Peter L (1999). Notes on the suitability of handheld GPS for fieldwork. BSBI News, 81, 11-13.

THOMAS Peter L (1999). Vulpia membranacea, V. fasciculata, (and V. Pyramidata) - 30 years on. BSBI News, 81, 21-24.

TOMS Mike (1999). Could climate change pull the barn owl back from the brink? BTO News, 223, 10-12.

VICKERY Juliet, and Dan CHAMBERLAIN (1999). Acid rain and birds. BTO News, 223, page 13.

WADDILOVE Mick (1999). The goats of Fort Southwick. Sanctuary, 28, 14-15. [Portsdown Hill, Hampshire]

WEIGHTMAN Jo (1999). Fungus report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 8-14.

WHEELER BR and MJ HUTCHINGS (1999). The history and distribution of Phyteuma spicatum, L. (Campanulaceae) in Britain. Watsonia, 22(4), 387-395. [East Sussex]

WHILD Sarah and Alex LOCKTON (1999). Co-ordinators' corner. BSBI News, 81, 8-9.

WHITAKER WJ (1999). Herpetology report 1998. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club, 39, 28-30.

WHITEHEAD PF (1999). Observations on, and a redescription of, Rhynchaenus hirtellus, (Miller, 1862)(Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a little-known Palaearctic weevil. Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 205-208.

WRIGHT Jonathan (1999). Bats of Britain: lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros). London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 40, 2-3.

WRIGHT PJ et al. (1999). Variation in the size of sexuals of the ant Lasius flavus, (F.)(Hymenoptera: Formicidae.) Entomologist's Gazette, 50(3), 209-216.

WURZELL Brian (1999). My winter on mercury. BSBI News, 81, 43-44. [Mercurialis annua]

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