volume, and to their sympathy and encouragement throughout the whole undertaking, no less than to their scholarship, I cannot too fully express my indebtedness.

To those who have contributed the Appendices to this volume, Mr. Harry F. Tagg, Professor Ewart, Mr. Linton, Professor Bryce and Mr. George Macdonald, and who have done so much to invest with interest the remains submitted to them, I would tender my grateful thanks.

In conclusion, I would especially thank Mr. James MacLehose for having undertaken on behalf of the Society of Antiquaries to publish this volume, and for all the labour he has bestowed to make it a worthy record of the unique collection with which it deals.

MELROSE, November, 1910.