Excerpt from The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Archaeological Journal, Vol. 17: April, 1911
Ith this number the seventeenth volume of this Archaeo logical Journal commences. Time ¿ies fast. The account of its initiation and the story of its progess are well known to our readers, and ... were retold at the commencement of the last volume. We are grateful to all antiquaries in the three counties who have con tributed to its pages, especially to the President of the Berks Society, Mr. Keyser, for his admirably illustrated papers on the Ecclesiastical Architecture of the County which have for some time formed an im portant feature of this Journal. We would again solicit the aid of correspondents in various parts of the three counties, and invite them to send us notes on antiquarian discoveries, on new architectural pro jects, and on all matters appertaining to the past history of our towns and villages.
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