Transactions Index

Index of all major articles appearing in the Report and Transactions, in chronological order. Compiled by Bill Gallienne and the Guernsey Archives Service, with additions by David Le Conte.

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Decade:  1882  1890  1900  1910  1920  1930  1940  1950  1960  1970  1980  1990    2000

DATE PAGE VOL PART SUBJECT AUTHOR
1882-1889 035 I 1 The geology of Guernsey. Rev. E. Hill.
1882-1889 045 I 1 The ferns of Guernsey. G.T. Derrick.
1882-1889 061 I 1 The butterflies of Guernsey and Sark. W.A. Luff.
1882-1889 074 I 1 On the occurrence of calcite in Guernsey. A. Collenette.
1882-1889 078 I 1 An excursion to Icart Point. G.T. Derrick.
1882-1889 083 I 1 On changes in the relative level of sea and land. G.T. Derrick.
1882-1889 089 I 1 List of flowering plants found in Guernsey. G.T. Derrick.
1889 123 I 2 On the Genus Isoetes. E.D. Marquand.
1889 128 I 2 Excursion to Herm. G.T. Derrick.
1889 133 I 2 The Flora of Herm. E.D. Marquand.
1889 139 I 2 History of Herm. Rev. G.E. Lee.
1889 143 I 2 Excursion to Lihou. J.B. Randell.
1889 148 I 2 Crustacea. J. Sinel.
1889 155 I 2 The Nocturnal Macro-Lepidoptera of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, and Herm. W.A. Luff.
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1890 030 II 1 On the correlation and relative ages of the rocks of the Channel Islands. C.G. de la Mare.
1890 037 II 1 A dredging excursion off Guernsey. R.L. Spencer.
1890 041 II 1 Some notable oral equipments in the vertebrata. F. Rose.
1890 061 II 1 The sea urchin. W. Sharp.
1890 065 II 1 The evolution of the bee. A. Collenette.
1890 068 II 1 Reason, instinct and reflex action - their mutual relations and their place in evolution. F. Rose.
1890 076 II 1 A visit to Jethou. G.T. Derrick.
1890 080 II 1 The flora of Jethou. E.D. Marquand.
1890 086 II 1 The hemiptera-heteroptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1890 091 II 1 Submarine air-breathing animals. J. Sinel.
1890 095 II 1 Local witchcraft. D. Corbet.
1891 129 II 2 The Flora of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1891 152 II 2 On Mica Traps Dykes in the Channel Islands. Rev. E. Hill.
1891 155 II 2 A List of the Neuropthera inhabiting the Island of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1892 188 II 3 The Mosses, Hepaticć and Lichens of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1892 205 II 3 The Cicadć or Tettigidć of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1892 210 II 3 Additions to the List of Hemiptera-Heteroptera occurring in the Island of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1892 212 II 3 Guernsey clays. G.T. Derrick.
1892 219 II 3 The Raised Beaches, Cliff and Rubble Heads of Guernsey. A. Collenette.
1892 236 II 3 A Glance at the Rocks of Alderney. C.G. De La Mare.
1892 239 II 3 Local Superstitions - Omens, Signs and Warnings. D. Corbet.
1893 273 II 4 Guernsey Proverbs, etc. Z. Robert.
1893 280 II 4 The Diatoms of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1893 291 II 4 Droughts in Guernsey during the Fifty Year Period, 1843-1893. A. Collenette.
1893 295 II 4 The Coleoptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1894 347 II 5 The Aculeate-Hymenoptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1894 356 II 5 The Land and Fresh Water Shells of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1894 361 II 5 List of the Araneidea or Spiders of the Channel Islands. Rev. F.O. Pickard-Cambridge.
1894 371 II 5 The Algae of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1895 031 III 1 Notes on the Marine Worms of the Channel Islands. J. Hornell.
1895 040 III 1 Wild Flowers in December. E.D. Marquand.
1895 048 III 1 A visit to Lihou. G.T. Derrick.
1895 054 III 1 The Diptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1896 095 III 2 Cup Markings. G.T. Derrick.
1896 101 III 2 The Flora of Sark. G.T. Derrick.
1896 111 III 2 Additional Land and Fresh Water Shells. E.D. Marquand.
1896 113 III 2 The Orthoptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1896 118 III 2 The Tenthredinidć, or Saw Flies of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1896 127 III 2 Additions to the List of Guernsey Diptera. W.A. Luff.
1897 166 III 3 Additions to the Sark Flora. G.T. Derrick.
1897 175 III 3 The Insects of Alderney. W.A. Luff.
1897 183 III 3 Our Insular Dialect. J. Le M. Bougourd.
1897 197 III 3 The Fungi of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1897 216 III 3 On the Superficial Deposits of Jersey and Guernsey. A. Dunlop.
1897 228 III 3 Guernsey Proverbs and Popular Sayings. J.S. Hocart.
1898 262 III 4 Additions to the Sark Flora, 1889. G.T. Derrick.
1898 267 III 4 The Micro-Lepidoptera of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1898 278 III 4 Additional Guernsey Fungi. E.D. Marquand.
1898 291 III 4 On the Rubi and Rosć of the Channel Islands. Rev. W. Moyle Rogers and F.A. Rogers.
1898 298 III 4 Ancient names of the bays, creeks, rocks, etc on or near the coast of Guernsey and the other Islands of the Bailiwick, with notes, etc. Rev. R.H. Tourtel.
1899 361 III 5 The Flora of Alderney. E.D. Marquand.
1899 375 III 5 On Some Guernsey Caves. C.R.P. Andrews.
1899 379 III 5 List of the Araneidea or Spiders of the Channel Islands. Rev. F.O. Pickard-Cambridge.
1899 388 III 5 The Insects of Alderney. W.A. Luff.
1899 408 III 5 Lampides B_tica in Guernsey (with a brief account of its life history and distribution). Rev. F.E. Lowe.
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1900 029 IV 1 Additions to the list of Alderney insects. W.A. Luff.
1900 032 IV 1 Two grasses new to the Channel Islands. C.R.P. Andrews.
1900 043 IV 1 Notes on a somewhat rare bacillus. Guernsey Advertiser.
1901 070 IV 2 The marine shells of Guernsey and the lesser Channel Islands. E.D. Marquand.
1901 093 IV 2 Discovery of an ancient stone implement embedded in clay at St Martin. T. Domaille and G.T. Derrick.
1901 099 IV 2 A hail shower and its limits. B.T. Rowswell.
1902 127 IV 3 An excursion to St Pierre du Bois. G.T. Derrick.
1902 135 IV 3 Ancient names of the bays, creeks, rocks, etc on or near the coast of the Islands of the Bailiwick, with notes, etc. Rev. R.H. Tourtel.
1902 141 IV 3 List of the araneidea or spiders of the Channel Islands. Rev. F.O. Pickard-Cambridge.
1902 145 IV 3 Additions to the flora of Alderney. E.D. Marquand.
1902 149 IV 3 Additions to the lists of Alderney insects. W.A. Luff.
1902 163 IV 3 The flora of the island of Brecqhou. C.P. Hurst.
1903 208 IV 4 Ancient names of the bays, creeks, rocks, etc on or near the coast of the Islands of the Bailiwick, with notes, etc. Rev. R.H. Tourtel.
1903 223 IV 4 The mosses and hepaticae of Sark. E.D. Marquand.
1903 227 IV 4 Some points in the history of the ormer. H. Fleure.
1903 235 IV 4 Note on the Luvarus Imperialis - a very rare fish. A. Collenette.
1903 238 IV 4 The birds of Alderney. E.D. Marquand.
1903 245 IV 4 The chrysididae, ichneumonidae and braconidae of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1903 248 IV 4 Jerbourg and its fortifications. G.T. Derrick.
1903 266 IV 4 Further additions to the flora of Alderney. E.D. Marquand.
1903 272 IV 4 The coccidae of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1903 278 IV 4 The Vale Church and Priory. G.E. Lee.
1904 333 IV 5 British bats (Chiroptera). G. Dalgliesh.
1904 337 IV 5 The early history and first siege of Castle Cornet. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1904 363 IV 5 Additions to the flora of Herm. E.D. Marquand.
1904 374 IV 5 The insects of Herm. W.A. Luff.
1904 388 IV 5 The insects of Jethou. W.A. Luff.
1904 400 IV 5 The fauna and flora of the Sarnian Islands.
1904 406 IV 5 The Castel Church. Rev. G.E. Lee.
1905 031 V 1 The Guernsey dialect and its plant names. E.D. Marquand.
1905 048 V 1 Alderney archaeology.
1905 056 V 1 The fishes of the Channel Islands. J. Sinel.
1905 066 V 1 The English garrison of Guernsey from early times. T.W.M. de Guerin.
1905 082 V 1 The aphids of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1906 150 V 2 The antiquities of Alderney. G.T. Derrick.
1906 164 V 2 The zoophytes of Guernsey (Hydroida and Polyzoa). E.D. Marquand.
1906 177 V 2 On crabs which cling. H.J. Fleure.
1906 185 V 2 The insects of Sark. W.A. Luff.
1906 200 V 2 Guernsey weather lore. J.S. Hocart.
1906 207 V 2 The mosses and hepaticae of Jethou. E.D. Marquand.
1906 212 V 2 The crustacea of the Channel Islands. J.Sinel.
1906 226 V 2 Salvia marquandii G.C. Druce.
1906 229 V 2 Archaeological remains in Guernsey. G.T. Derrick.
1906 231 V 2 The sea-anemones of our shores. R.C. Mabbs.
1906 234 V 2 The chapel of Saint Appoline. G.E. Lee.
1907 290 V 3 Old Sarnia - its customs, merry-makings and superstitions. H.E. Marquand.
1907 308 V 3 Notes on the lizards of the Channel Islands. J. Sinel.
1907 318 V 3 Wart-charming. J. Linwood-Pitts.
1907 323 V 3 Primrose flowers - a study of pin-centres and rose-centres. E.D. Marquand.
1907 329 V 3 The echinoderms of Guernsey. R. Sharp.
1907 333 V 3 St Peter Port in bygone times. C. Cox.
1907 349 V 3 The non-British insects of the Sarnian islands. W.A. Luff.
1907 355 V 3 Le Colombier, Torteval. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1907 358 V 3 Guernsey crosses. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1907 367 V 3 The Spiders of Guernsey. E.D. Marquand.
1908 441 V 4 Botanical notes. E.D. Marquand.
1908 452 V 4 The old Guernsey lamp or crasset. J.S. Hocart.
1908 458 V 4 The crustacea of the Channel Islands. J. Sinel.
1908 466 V 4 The reptilia, batrachia and mammalia of the Channel Islands - their origin and modification by isolation. J. Sinel.
1908 479 V 4 Additional sea anemones and other notes on marine zoology. E.W. Sharp.
1908 482 V 4 The insects of Jersey. W.A. Luff.
1908 512 V 4 The Guernsey dialect names of birds, fishes, insects, etc. E.D. Marquand.
1909 025 VI 1 The submerged peat and forest beds of the Channel Islands. J. Sinel.
1909 034 VI 1 The Guernsey vole.
1909 038 VI 1 The vegetation of small islets. E.D. Marquand.
1909 054 VI 1 Additions to the insects of Sark. W.A. Luff.
1909 058 VI 1 Feudalism in Guernsey. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1909 083 VI 1 The great meteor of February 22nd 1909. B.T. Rowswell.
1909 088 VI 1 Notes on mosses, hepaticae and lichens from the Channel Islands. P.G.M. Rhodes.
1909 092 VI 1 Some notes on the marine zoology of Alderney. E.W. Sharp.
1909 097 VI 1 The pezomachi of Guernsey. W.A. Luff.
1909 099 VI 1 Some important events in Guernsey history (1295-1461). T.W.M. De Gučrin.
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1910 177 VI 2 Our statue menhirs and those of France and Italy. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1910 188 VI 2 Rambles in Sark in search of wild flowers. E.D. Marquand.
1910 199 VI 2 The ascidians of Guernsey. E.W. Sharp.
1910 210 VI 2 Halley's comet as seen at Guernsey in 1835 and 1910. B.T. Rowswell.
1910 220 VI 2 Our hereditary governors. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1911 278 VI 3 Notes on the geological results of the summer excursions. A. Collenette.
1911 287 VI 3 An eminent Guernseyman - Sir Henry de Vic. E.F. Carey.
1911 299 VI 3 Recent prehistoric researches in Jersey. E. Toulmin Nicolle.
1911 304 VI 3 Are Guernsey birds British ? B.T. Rowswell.
1912 369 VI 4 Note on a deposit of glacial clay and its deposits. A. Collenette.
1912 373 VI 4 Notes on the geological results of the excursions. A. Collenette.
1912 385 VI 4 Some historical and architectural notes on the Priory of Lihou. S.C. Curtis.
1912 400 VI 4 An account of the discovery and examination of a cist or dolmen of a type novel to Guernsey in October and November 1912. (Les Fouaillages) S.C. Curtis.
1913 032 VII 1 Notes on the results of the Summer Excursions, 1913. A. Collenette.
1913 038 VII 1 Amias Andros and Sir Edmund, his son. E.F. Carey.
1913 077 VII 1 The church plate of the deanery of Guernsey - Part 1. S.C. Curtis.
1914 132 VII 2 The geological results of the excursions of the year 1914. A. Collenette.
1914 151 VII 2 Notes on some old documents (formerly belonging to Sir Edgar MacCulloch). T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1915 215 VII 3 The evolution of the Town Church. S.C. Curtis.
1915 235 VII 3 Note of the occurrence in our waters, of the fish "Bougue".
1915 236 VII 3 Note of the implements reported as uncertain in the statement of finds during the year 1913.
1915 238 VII 3 The Chevauchee de St Michel. E.F. Carey.
1916 300 VII 4 Words peculiar to our insular dialect not found in any glossary. Rev. R.H. Tourtel.
1916 328 VII 4 Report on the discovery of two cists on the beach near Rousse Tower. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1916 331 VII 4 The geological puzzle presented by the Moulin Huet and Icart caves. A. Collenette.
1916 334 VII 4 Note on the occurrence of "Rostrocarinate" implements in Guernsey. A. Collenette.
1916 335 VII 4 Note on certain implements of stone and flint found in the upper clay. A. Collenette.
1916 337 VII 4 The Pleistocene period in Guernsey. A. Collenette.
1917 021 VIII 1 The church plate of the deanery of Guernsey - Part 2. S.C. Curtis.
1917 039 VIII 1 A forgotten episode - the Bailleuls family. E. Carey.
1917 048 VIII 1 Notes on some marks on silver-plate peculiar to the Channel Islands. S.C. Curtis.
1917 052 VIII 1 Sculptured lines on capstone of the Dehus dolmen. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1917 055 VIII 1 Silver plate for domestic purposes, used in Guernsey before the 18th century. E.F. Carey.
1918 102 VIII 2 List of words, phrases, etc, peculiar to our insular dialect. R.H. Tourtel.
1918 110 VIII 2 The sponges of Guernsey. E.W. Sharp
1918 115 VIII 2 The beginnings of quakerism in Guernsey - the Naftel family. E.F. Carey.
1918 127 VIII 2 Evidence of man in Guernsey during the bronze and early iron age. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1919 174 VIII 3 Notes on the early constitutional history of the Channel Islands. T.W.M. de Gučrin.
1919 192 VIII 3 The evolution of the country churches. S.C. Curtis.
1919 214 VIII 3 Notes on the recent discovery of a human figure on the capstone of the Dehus dolmen, Guernsey. T.W.M. de Gučrin
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1920 243 VIII 4 Social life in Guernsey in the 16th century, with special reference to the reformation. E.F. Carey.
1921 021 IX 1 Un habitant de Sarnia, Citoyen Romain il y a 1850 ans. A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1921 030 IX 1 List of Dolmens, Menhirs and sacred rocks, compiled from Guernsey place-names, with legends, etc. T.W.M. De Gučrin.
1922 096 IX 2 On the occurrence of Precambrian shale in Guernsey. G.H. Plymen.
1922 101 IX 2 The currency of Guernsey in historic times. S.C. Curtis.
1922 111 IX 2 Les monnaies gauloises des Iles de la Manche. A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1922 116 IX 2 The first Lord de Saumarez and his diplomatic work in the Baltic, 1808 -1813. J.W. Parkes.
1922 128 IX 2 The geology of Alderney. G.H. Plymen.
1923 195 IX 3 Sketch of Alderney history. W. Rolleston.
1923 224 IX 3 The accounts of Thomas Guille, esq., Captain and Receiver to Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick. H. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1923 249 IX 3 Les Seigneurs de Sausmarez et leurs tenants. Unknown.
1923 258 IX 3 Increase Mather - a sidelight on Guernsey in the Seventeenth Century. E.F. Carey.
1923 266 IX 3 The vegetation of small islets. J.R. le B. Tomlin.
1923 273 IX 3 Sculptured stone found on a dolmen in Alderney T.W.M. De Gučrin
1924 307 IX 4 Insects new to Guernsey. W.E. China.
1924 310 IX 4 Chateau des Marais. E.F. Carey.
1924 317 IX 4 A French refugee of the "Edit de Nantes" in Guernsey. Rev. A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1924 319 IX 4 The Town Church. E.F. Carey.
1924 338 IX 4 Cornet Street. E.F. Carey.
1924 342 IX 4 Les Caretiers. E.F. Carey.
1924 346 IX 4 The geology of southern Guernsey. D.J. Farqharson.
1924 366 IX 4 Royalistes et Parlementaires des Iles de la Manche ŕ St Malo 1644 A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1924 372 IX 4 The tomb of a former governor of the islands at Jerusalem.
1925 IX 5 The White Fly. R.H. Le Pelley.
1925 407 IX 5 Succession of Madelaine, Lady de Carteret. Sir H. De Sausmarez.
1925 424 IX 5 Excavations in Alderney. Dr R. Marett and T.W.M. De Gučrin.
1925 435 IX 5 Historical pitfalls for local students. E.F. Carey.
1925 456 IX 5 The Megalithic culture of Guernsey. T.W.M. De Gučrin.
1925 486 IX 5 Helix Pisana Müller in Guernsey. J.R. le B. Tomlin.
1925 490 IX 5 Some further additions to the Marine Algae of Guernsey. L. Lyle.
1926 037 X 1 Considerations on the Ecclesiastical Position in the Channel Islands, and particularly in Guernsey. Sir H. De Sausmarez
1926 046 X 1 Peter Le Mesurier, Governor of Alderney, 1793-1803. E.F. Carey.
1926 062 X 1 Elizabeth College, 1563-1824. W. Rolleston.
1926 078 X 1 Elizabeth College, 1826-1926. Miss C. Ozanne.
1926 102 X 1 Some considerations upon Earthquakes. J.P. Warren.
1926 114 X 1 Further notes on some marks on Silver Plate peculiar to the Channel Islands. S.C. Curtis.
1926 118 X 1 The cause of the dimunition in numbers of the Food-Fishes around our Coasts. F.L. Tanner.
1927 168 X 2 Some shells, rare or local, which are to befound living in Guernsey or Herm. J.R. le B. Tomlin.
1927 173 X 2 The economic and historic role of the Channel Islands in the Angevin Empire of the 13th and 14th Centuries. D. Trevor Williams.
1927 187 X 2 The frescoes at the Castel Church and St Apolline. S.C. Curtis.
1927 194 X 2 Two manuscripts at the Priaulx Library. P. Le Cacheux.
1927 196 X 2 Flash-light photographs of the Statue-Menhir at St Martin's. T.W.M. De Gučrin.
1927 198 X 2 The Village Community of Alderney. S. Harris.
1928 260 X 3 Alderney and Destiny. J.P. Warren.
1928 276 X 3 Adventures of a Channel Islander in the 18th Century. C. Ozanne.
1928 284 X 3 The Priory of the Vale. E.F. Carey.
1928 290 X 3 Low-side windows in Guernsey Churches. S.C. Curtis.
1928 293 X 3 The Merchant's Marks of the Channel Islands. Major N.V.L. Rybot.
1928 297 X 3 Notes concerning the owners of the various Merchant's Marks in this Article. E.F. Carey.
1928 319 X 3 Heraldry in Guernsey. Major N.V.L. Rybot.
1928 319 X 3 Heraldry in the Channel Islands. Major N.V.L. Rybot.
1929 399 X 4 La Plaiderie. E.F. Carey.
1929 407 X 4 A contribution to the knowledge of the spiders of the Channel Islands. W.S. Bristowe.
1929 416 X 4 Suggestions for a regional survey of Guernsey. J.P. Warren.
1929 426 X 4 The Tupper medal. S. C. Curtis.
1929 434 X 4 The folklore and customs of Alderney. F.M. Picot.
1929 458 X 4 Channel Islands' seals of a non-heraldic or sub-heraldic character, 1167-1536. N.V.L. Rybot.
1929 471 X 4 A catalogue of earthquakes felt in the Channel Islands. A.E. Mourant.
1929 493 X 4 Extracts from the diary of Elisha Dobrče. J.P. Warren.
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1930 037 XI 1 The Guernsey lily. H. de Sausmarez.
1930 041 XI 1 Contemporary accounts of the explosion at Castle Cornet, December 1672. C. Ozanne.
1930 055 XI 1 Seashore plant associations at L'Ancresse Bay. K. Rees.
1930 061 XI 1 Settlements and field systems in Guernsey. S. Harris.
1930 073 XI 1 Report on excavations in Alderney. C.S. Durtnell.
1930 086 XI 1 Neolithic pottery in Guernsey. G.H. Plymen and S.C. Curtis.
1930 087 XI 1 Neolithic pottery in Guernsey S.C. Curtis
1930 090 XI 1 Some primitive sculptures of the Channel Islands. N.V.L. Rybot.
1930 102 XI 1 Notes on the primitive sculptures of the Channel Island Kendrick
1930 106 XI 1 Extracts from the diary of Elisha Dobrče (cont'd). J.P. Warren.
1931 163 XI 2 Some weeds of cultivation in sandy soils. K. Rees.
1931 170 XI 2 The Sausmarez family in the Channel Islands before 1350. Sir H. De Sausmarez.
1931 193 XI 2 Jean De La Marche, 1585-1631. The Diary W. Rolleston. and T.W.M. De Gučrin.
1931 237 XI 2 A trip to Guernsey in 1798. W.T. Money.
1931 252 XI 2 Naval impress in Guernsey - Letters of Lord St Vincent. Sir H. De Sausmarez.
1931 259 XI 2 La Famille Martell. Rev. A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1932 301 XI 3 The geology of Guernsey. G.H. Plymen.
1932 319 XI 3 Some letters of Mrs Richard Saumarez. W. Rolleston.
1932 348 XI 3 The extentes of 32 Henry III (1248) and of 5 Edward III (1331). Sir H.W. de Sausmarez.
1932 366 XI 3 Guernsey megaliths - their secrets revealed by night. F. Ayscough.
1932 378 XI 3 List of the contents of annual geological reports of La Socičtč Guernesiaise and La Socičtč' Jersiaise. A.E. Mourant.
1933 042 XII 1 Newfoundland and the Channel Islands. A.C. Saunders.
1933 057 XII 1 Adrian Saravia, first headmaster of Elizabeth College. G.F. Hodges and W. Rolleston.
1933 073 XII 1 Minerals and mining in the Channel Islands. A.E. Mourant and J.P. Warren.
1933 089 XII 1 The re-excavation of the Dehus chambered mound, at Paradis, Valle. V.C.C. Collum.
1934 125 XII 2 Reports - Lepidoptera. Lloyd's list. Meteorology. Notes on the discovery of a skeleton found at L'Ancresse Bay. Report on a stone trough in the churchyard of St Marie de Castro. Carved stone i
1934 134 XII 2 Report on excavations at Longy Bay, Alderney, 1934. F.W.H. Migeod.
1934 142 XII 2 General Militia orders during the latter part of the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Campaigns. R. Durand.
1934 153 XII 2 The growth of St Peter Port in the early 19th Century from the MS. of the late F.C. Lukis esq., edited by the late Miss Edith Carey. E. Carey.
1934 171 XII 2 The early history of St Peter Port. J.H. Le Patourel.
1934 210 XII 2 Sir Isaac Brock. R. Durand.
1934 213 XII 2 Some aspects of the Norman Dialect in the Channel Islands, with special reference to Guernsey. J.P. Collas.
1935 275 XII 3 Miscellaneous reports - Guernsey in the news, 1647 and 1763, photograph of a map of Guernsey printed on silk.
1935 280 XII 3 The Sausmarez family in the Channel Islands. Sir H.W. de Sausmarez.
1935 285 XII 3 Notes on the armorial china of some Guernsey families. H.H.P. Le Mesurier.
1935 298 XII 3 The Guernsey flag. S.C. Curtis.
1935 302 XII 3 The Braye du Valle up to its reclamation in 1805-1806. S.C. Curtis.
1935 310 XII 3 The mediaeval administration of Sark. J.H. Le Patourel.
1935 337 XII 3 The history and cultivation of the tomato in Guernsey. E.A. Wheadon.
1935 351 XII 3 Human geography of Guernsey. E.C. Barrington.
1936 465 XII 4 Captain Philip Saumarez, 1710-1747 and his contemporaries - from letters and portraits at Saumarez Manor and an account of the origin of the naval uniform as designed by him. H. de Sausmarez.
1936 480 XII 4 The quarrel between the ministers and the civil power, 1581-1585. A.J. Eagleston.
1936 491 XII 4 Some notes on the life and services of Major-General John Gaspard Le Marchant. R. Durand.
1936 502 XII 4 The old school-house of St Pierre du Bois. M. Brock.
1936 508 XII 4 The dismissal of the seven Jurats in 1565. A.J. Eagleston.
1936 517 XII 4 Iron hammer from the Dehus megalithic chambered mound, Vale parish. V.C.C. Collum.
1936 522 XII 4 An illustrated article by Lukis.
1936 523 XII 4 A catalogue of earthquakes felt in the Channel Islands - first supplement. A.E. Mourant.
1936 541 XII 4 A former cave with animal remains at Corbiere Point. J.P. Warren and A.E. Mourant.
1937 034 XIII 1 History of Alderney from 2 manuscripts. A.N. Symons.
1937 072 XIII 1 Guernsey under Sir Thomas Leighton, 1570-1610. A.J. Eagleston.
1937 109 XIII 1 Trials for witchcraft in Guernsey. S.C. Curtis.
1938 178 XIII 2 Occupation de Serk par les Français en 1549. A. Bourde de la Rogerie.
1938 186 XIII 2 Early Victorian Guernsey. C.J. Durand.
1938 202 XIII 2 An account of the visit of Queen Victoria to Guernsey in 1846. A. Carey.
1938 205 XIII 2 The Lukis and Island Museum. R. Durand. and M.E. De Putron.
1939 255 XIII 3 The seals of the Royal Court of Guernsey. S.C. Curtis.
1939 261 XIII 3 Some remarks on Basiel Sarniensis - a Roman veteran, AD 17.
1939 268 XIII 3 Guernsey in the 1830's. J.P. Warren.
1939 284 XIII 3 Development of the Bulb and Flower Industry in Guernsey. P.J. Girard.
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1940 310 XIII 4 Transactions of the Society.
1940 313 XIII 4 Reports.
1941 328 XIII 5 Transactions of the Society.
1941 330 XIII 5 Reports.
1942 355 XIII 6 Transactions of the Society.
1942 359 XIII 6 Reports.
1942 372 XIII 6 Some notes on the Macro-Lepidoptera of Guernsey. C.J. Shayer.
1943, 1944, 1945 381 XIII 7 Transactions of the Society.
1943, 1944, 1945 385 XIII 7 Reports.
1943, 1944, 1945 412 XIII 7 A bold long term farming policy. P.J. Girard.
1943, 1944, 1945 433 XIII 7 Occupation of Guernsey - notes on the food question. A.N. Symons.
1946 022 XIV 1 The journal of John Robert. J.P. Warren.
1946 027 XIV 1 The political development of the Channel Islands. J. Le Patourel.
1946 035 XIV 1 Channel Island seamen in the wars of William III and Anne. J. Le Pelly.
1946 048 XIV 1 American Dairy Cattle. E.P. Prentice.
1947 129 XIV 2 Some notes on the origin and history of the Clameur de Haro and on its use in Guernsey in the 20th century. A.J. Sherwill.
1947 133 XIV 2 The Guernsey fishing boat. V. Coysh.
1947 143 XIV 2 St Saviour's reservoir. W.H. Morgan.
1947 154 XIV 2 The Colorado beetle in Guernsey and the neighbouring Islands. P.J. Girard.
1947 162 XIV 2 Plot and counter-plot in Tudor Guernsey - the story of a life-time. J. Le Pelley.
1947 181 XIV 2 Notes on population of Guernsey. A.C. Robin.
1947 195 XIV 2 A Guernsey homestead in the mid-l7th century. E.B. Moullin.
1948 246 XIV 3 Streams of Guernsey. J.P. Warren.
1948 263 XIV 3 Alderney islets and their sea birds. C.H. Toms.
1948 275 XIV 3 Addendum to a Guernsey homestead in the mid-l7th century. V.J. Collas and E.B. Moullin.
1948 279 XIV 3 The climatic problem - discussion of a century of records. G.H. Dury.
1948 298 XIV 3 The coinages of the Channel Islands. W. Marshall-Fraser.
1949 358 XIV 4 The capture of Sark by a Flemish corsair in 1553. J. Le Patourel.
1949 361 XIV 4 Granitisation. G.W. Plymen.
1949 368 XIV 4 La Grande Mare and Vazon. P.J. Girard.
1949 374 XIV 4 Fee farm leases.
1949 376 XIV 4 A note on peat in Guernsey. J.F. Warren.
1949 378 XIV 4 History of banking in the Channel Islands and a record of bank-note issue. W. Marshall-Frazer.
1949 444 XIV 4 The Channel Islands privateers in the War of the Spanish Succession. J.S. Bromley.
1949 479 XIV 4 The parish of St Pierre du Bois and some of its inhabitants in the 18th and early 19th centuries. M. de Garis.
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1950 027 XV 1 Addenda and corrigenda to banking. (see 1949)
1950 028 XV 1 Early Guernsey postal history. J.M.Y. Trotter.
1950 044 XV 1 A compilation of extracts from note-books of Jean Guille of St George 1674-1721. E.B. Moullin.
1950 059 XV 1 A history of printing of the Press and of publications in the Channel Islands. W. Marshall-Frazer.
1950 073 XV I The Creux harbour gneiss. G.H. Plymen.
1951 104 XV 2 The geological structure of Guernsey. G.H. Plymen.
1951 119 XV 2 Josuč Le Roy, 1646-1709, youngest child of Pierre Le Roy, the diarist. E.B. Moullin.
1951 126 XV 2 The Guernsey grape industry. P.J. Girard.
1951 145 XV 2 Le Messurier houses in the western parishes. T.F. Priaulx.
1952 180 XV 3 Lihou Priory: Excavations, 1952. J. & J. Le Patourel.
1952 186 XV 3 Some notes on the Open Field System and the Enclosure movement in Guernsey. C.P. Le Huray.
1952 193 XV 3 Partage des Communes de la Foręt. J.P. Warren.
1952 198 XV 3 Notes on the Registers of St Andrew's Parish, 1578-1700. Dr E.B. Moullin.
1952 207 XV 3 Two Lieutenant-Governors of Guernsey between 1509 and 1541. V. Coysh.
1952 208 XV 3 The Guernsey Ship-Building Industry. V. Coysh.
1952 219 XV 3 A Diary written at St Saviour's, 1749 to 1757. T.F. Priaulx.
1953 258 XV 4 Land use statistics in Guernsey in the late 18th century. G.H. Dury.
1953 266 XV 4 The Jerbourg phyllite. G.H. Plymen.
1953 270 XV 4 The maritime trade of the Swansea Bay ports with the Channel Islands, from the records of the port books of 1709-1719. D. Trevor Williams.
1953 286 XV 4 Cider-making, an old time Guernsey industry. T.F. Priaulx.
1953 293 XV 4 Notes on the registers of St Saviour's parish, 1693-1882. E.B. Moullin.
1954 334 XV 5 Copy of The Monuments (Protection) Ordinance, 1955.
1954 350 XV 5 Castle Cornet: Excavations, 1953. J. & J. Le Patourel.
1954 362 XV 5 Early Channel Island steamers, 1823-1840. J.M. David.
1954 383 XV 5 George Fashion's Note Book. J.M.Y. Trotter.
1954 386 XV 5 Items of interest from History of Castel Parish, mainly covering 17th and 18th Century. P.J. Girard.
1955 035 XVI 1 Fire marks and early fire-fighting in Guernsey. J.P. Warren.
1955 047 XVI 1 The geology of Lihou Island. G.H. Plymen.
1955 051 XVI 1 The population of the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
1955 070 XVI 1 Halo phenomena. Captain S.G. Tew.
1955 073 XVI 1 The Guille-Alles library and museum. J.P. Warren.
1955 076 XVI 1 Newfoundland and the Channel Islands. H.W. Le Messurier & C.R. Fay.
1955 085 XVI 1 Addendum II. to a Guernsey homestead in the mid-l7th century. E.B. Moullin.
1956 137 XVI 2 Constables' bâtons - symbols of authority. C.P. Le Huray.
1956 141 XVI 2 Elizabeth College - some notes on its lands and buildings. T.H.M. Hugo.
1956 151 XVI 2 Domestic architecture in Guernsey before 1750. E.B. Moullin and T.F. Priaulx.
1956 160 XVI 2 Sir Edward Brampton, alias Duarte Brandao, Governor of Guernsey, 1482-1485. C. Roth.
1957 209 XVI 3 The royal visit of 1957 - extraordinary meeting of the Royal Court of Chief Pleas. T.F. Priaulx.
1957 216 XVI 3 Fire fighting in Guernsey - part II. J.P. Warren.
1957 224 XVI 3 Essex Castle, Alderney and the Chamberlain family. A.H. Ewen.
1957 268 XVI 3 Some notes on 18th century local shipping.
1957 277 XVI 3 Sarre - Isle of Thanet, Kent - Channel Islands. A.C. Sarre.
1957 289 XVI 3 A short history of fungus diseases of tomatoes in Guernsey glass houses, with special attention to the wilt diseases. E.A. Wheadon.
1958 329 XVI 4 The town of St Anne, Alderney. A.H. Ewen
1958 354 XVI 4 Post offices.
1958 356 XVI 4 William Gardner's map of Guernsey - 1787. L.F. de Vic Carey.
1958 358 XVI 4 A volcanic plug in Alderney. G.H. Plymen.
1958 361 XVI 4 Denys Corbet, le drain rimeux. M. de Garis.
1958 369 XVI 4 Reminiscences of a Guernsey pilot - Charles Henry Corbet. L.A. Tupper.
1959 404 XVI 5 The records of the Royal Court. J. Conway Davies.
1959 415 XVI 5 Field systems and Island history. A.H. Ewen.
1959 438 XVI 5 The survey and development of glass houses in an area from Vazon Bay to Cobo Road. P.J. Girard.
1959 442 XVI 5 More about Elisha Dobree's diary and weather journal. J.P. Warren and J.M. David.
1959 460 XVI 5 The court house of Fief Sausmarez, St Martin. R. de Sausmarez.
1959 462 XVI 5 The defences of Guernsey in 1680. V. Coysh.
1959 469 XVI 5 The harbours and shipping of Guernsey at the turn of the 19th century. E.W. Sharp.
1959 484 XVI 5 The Guernsey tramway. R. Northey.
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1960 025 XVII 1 Mr W.H. Arnold - Bailiff of Guernsey.
1960 036 XVII 1 Flora of Herm, Jethou and its off-islets. F. Le Sueur and D. McClintock.
1960 049 XVII 1 The low level beaches at Rousse. P.J. Girard.
1960 051 XVII 1 The early history of the Hanois lighthouse. J.M. David.
1960 054 XVII 1 Les Granges (Granges de Beauvoir) estate. I.B. Yeaman.
1960 058 XVII 1 Torteval - the church. J.P. Warren.
1960 060 XVII 1 Some Vale houses and families - La Rocque Balan, Paradis, Le Grand Tertre, Les Rocque Barrees, La Maison de Bas, Le Marsquet. V. Collas.
1960 070 XVII 1 Les Hougues, Câtel. P.J. Girard.
1961 125 XVII 2 Evolution of the map of Guernsey. J.P. Warren.
1961 173 XVII 2 The fiefs of the island of Guernsey. A.H. Ewen.
1961 210 XVII 2 The Guernsey stocking export trade in the 17th century. T.F. Priaulx.
1961 223 XVII 2 Condensed pedigree of the de Sausmarez family.
1961 224 XVII 2 Wrecks of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. J.M. David.
1961 246 XVII 2 Quarrying and mining on Herm and Jethou. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1962 303 XVII 3 A checklist of flowering plants and ferns wild on Sark and its off-islets. F. le Sueur and D. McClintock.
1962 319 XVII 3 A Brehaut family some 400 years ago. M. de Garis.
1962 331 XVII 3 Origins and early development of agriculture in Guernsey. A.H. Ewen.
1962 352 XVII 3 The old names of the Channel Islands. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1962 388 XVII 3 Inventory of the contents of a farm and farmhouse at le Tertre, Castel, 1770. P.J. Girard.
1962 400 XVII 3 Guernsey mills: a symposium. E.M. Falla.
1962 402 XVII 3 Les Grands Moulins, Castel. T.F. Priaulx.
1962 407 XVII 3 Le Hęchet, or Ozanne's Mill, Ruette Braye, St Martin. J.C. Sheppard.
1962 410 XVII 3 Sausmarez Mill. F. Jackson.
1963 447 XVII 4 The Carteret Priaulx papers. M. White.
1963 489 XVII 4 The Corsican plaque - a fresh examination of Basiel's diploma. S.K. Kellet-Smith.
1963 501 XVII 4 The petrography of some reefs off Herm and Jethou - a memorial to Dudley Attenborough. A.C. Bishop and A.E. Mourant.
1963 507 XVII 4 Les Caches, St Martin. T.F. Priaulx.
1964 550 XVII 5 Census of 1961, some impressions. A.C. Robin.
1964 553 XVII 5 Flowering plants and ferns of Guernsey Cliffs. P.J. Girard.
1964 565 XVII 5 A check list of the Flowering Plants and ferns wild on Alderney and its off-islets. F. Le Sueur and D. McClintock.
1964 583 XVII 5 History of the Water Mills at Petit Bot. M. Marshall.
1964 597 XVII 5 Note and photographs relating to Quaternary Deposits in Guernsey. P.J. Girard and Professor H. Elhaď.
1964 616 XVII 5 Restauld of Jethou. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1964 631 XVII 5 Trade and privateering of St Malo during the War of the Spanish Succession. Professor J.S. Bromley.
1964 648 XVII 5 Guernsey's Little Ships. E.W. Sharp.
1965 717 XVII 6 The story of William Le Marchant, Bailiff of Guernsey, 1770-1800. C.H. de Sausmarez.
1965 747 XVII 6 The Chausey Islands. M. Marshall.
1965 751 XVII 6 Outline and guide to the geology of Guernsey. R.A. Roach.
1966 059 XVIII 1 Admiral Lefebvre and HMS Dasher. V. Coysh.
1966 064 XVIII 1 Guernsey pioneers in Australia, 1841-1862. J. Le Pelley.
1966 087 XVIII 1 List of memorials in the parish church of St Peter Port. R.W.J. Payne.
1967 167 XVIII 2 Discovery of a rare fern. P.J. Girard.
1967 173 XVIII 2 Sark Project, 1965. I. Fleming, J.R. Green, & G.J. Cooke.
1967 185 XVIII 2 Geographical aspects of Tourism in Guernsey. P.J. Girard.
1967 206 XVIII 2 Wrecks in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. E.W. Sharp.
1967 226 XVIII 2 The evolution of St Peter Port harbour. E.W. Sharp.
1968 288 XVIII 3 Esperkeria congrorum. B. Bolton.
1968 297 XVIII 3 19th century defences in the Channel Islands. V. Coysh.
1968 303 XVIII 3 The evolution of St Sampson's harbour. E.W. Sharp.
1968 315 XVIII 3 Further observations on Channel Island names, with particular reference to the Helgi Lays. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1969 375 XVIII 4 Hepatic flora of Guernsey. J.A. Paton.
1969 383 XVIII 4 The German Occupation of Guernsey. E.L. Frossard.
1969 405 XVIII 4 Our first American, Increase Mather. J. Le Pelley.
1969 409 XVIII 4 The Knight of the Golden Tulip, John Lambert. J. Le Pelley.
1969 415 XVIII 4 Viscount Hatton and the government of Guernsey, 1670 - 1706. H.D. Turner.
1969 427 XVIII 4 Bibliography of the geology of the Bailiwick. J.N. van Leuven.
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1970 466 XVIII 5 Expulsion - a day in the life of Victor Hugo. J. Le Pelley.
1970 478 XVIII 5 The shipbuilders of Guernsey. E. Sharp.
1970 503 XVIII 5 Ecological notes on the vegetation of 6 islets near Herm. M. Gillham.
1970 514 XVIII 5 Shell sand community in the north of Herm. M. Gillham.
1970 520 XVIII 5 Prehistoric and medieval finds from Les Arquets. Mrs J. Le Patourel & N. Thomas.
1971 039 XIX 1 Distribution of some common inter-tidal organisms in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. R. Brehaut.
1971 070 XIX 1 Three Guernseymen on the California trail in 1852. A. Shepherd.
1971 088 XIX 1 Country life and some insular enterprises in the late 19th century. P.J. Girard.
1971 106 XIX 1 Guernsey and sugar in the mid-l9th century - a trade war. M.H. Ousley.
1972 147 XIX 2 James St Vincent Sausmarez and his estate in Guernsey. R. de Sausmarez and P. Girard.
1972 159 XIX 2 Guernsey French poems.
1972 166 XIX 2 The quarternary on Guernsey. P.K. George.
1972 186 XIX 2 A shell deposit at Belvoir Bay, Herm. B.W. Barrett.
1972 189 XIX 2 Industrial Archaeology - The public pumps of old Guernsey, part 1. E.W. Sharp.
1972 212 XIX 2 The Guernsey spleenwort - a new fern hybrid. A. Sleep and P. Ryan.
1973 269 XIX 3 The Guernsey lily. A.H. Ewen and A.R. de Carteret.
1973 287 XIX 3 The sinking of the Alabama. J. Le Pelley.
1973 301 XIX 3 The dolmen of Les Porciaux South, Alderney. D.E. Johnston.
1973 307 XIX 3 Account of the captivity of Messrs de Beauvoir des Granges, de Havilland and Pierre Carey. R.W.J. Payne.
1973 313 XIX 3 My Occupation memories - mainly connected with education. P.J. Girard.
1973 324 XIX 3 Industrial Archaeology - The early public water supply systems of the Island, part II. E. Sharp.
1974 385 XIX 4 Terrestrial arthroopoda from Brecqhou. R.H. Le Pelley.
1974 393 XIX 4 The constitution and law of Guernsey. J. Loveridge.
1974 416 XIX 4 Lazare Carnot's plan for the invasion of the Channel Islands, 1794. C.H. de Sausmarez.
1974 435 XIX 4 Guernsey, Jersey and their environment in the middle ages. J. Le Patourel.
1974 462 XIX 4 The excavation of the Tourgis dolmen, Alderney. D.E. Johnston.
1975 503 XIX 5 The mollusca of Guernsey. R.N. Brehaut.
1975 534 XIX 5 La Bouvee, St Martin. R.P. Hocart.
1975 539 XIX 5 Excavations at the Bordage, St Peter Port 1975/76. R.B. Burns.
1975 554 XIX 5 The historic voyage of the Madeira Pet, to and from Chicago, 1857. E.W. Sharp.
1975 569 XIX 5 England, France and the Channel Islands, 1204-1259. W.B. Stevenson.
1975 577 XIX 5 The journal of Thomas Knowlton, a gardener, 29/05/1726-12/06/1726. R. de Sausmarez.
1976 039 XX 1 The species and habitats of non-marine mollusca in Guernsey. B.W. Barrett.
1976 058 XX 1 Island steam packets. V. Coysh.
1976 066 XX 1 Glossary of Guernsey place-names. M. de Garis.
1976 104 XX 1 The Marquands of La Brigade. R.P. Hocart.
1976 127 XX 1 A very distinguished Guernseyman - Capt William le Lacheur, his ships and his impact on the early development, both economic and spiritual of Costa Rica. E.W. Sharp.
1977 191 XX 2 The late iron age site at the Tranquesous, St Saviour. R.B. Burns.
1977 219 XX 2 The history of education in Guernsey - part I. P.J. Girard.
1977 234 XX 2 English rule in the Channel Islands in a period of transition 1204-1259. W.B. Stevenson.
1977 259 XX 2 Geologica Ridunae - the geology of Alderney, from the Casquets to Quesnard and from proterophytic to recent. C.J. Pudsey.
1978 317 XX 3 Theba pisana and its habitats. B. Barrett.
1978 329 XX 3 The Guernsey fishing industry. M.R. Dunn.
1978 343 XX 3 Education in Guernsey - part II. P.J. Girard.
1978 366 XX 3 Gold Harald (see Island names in 1962 and 1968). S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1978 383 XX 3 Watermarks in the late 18th century. D. McClintock & J.S.G. Simmons.
1978 389 XX 3 Hymenoptera aculeata of the Channel Islands. O.W. Richards.
1979 465 XX 4 Dragonfly fauna of the Sarnian Islands. J. Belle.
1979 482 XX 4 Guernsey and Sark artists. V. Coysh.
1979 490 XX 4 A century of rainfall records re-analysed. G.H. Dury.
1979 494 XX 4 Elections of the Royal Court. R. Hocart.
1979 515 XX 4 The toll of the sea. E.W. Sharp
1979 550 XX 4 Swinburne in Guernsey. P. Stevens.
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1980 609 XX 5 Brambles of Guernsey and Sark. D.E. Allen.
1980 617 XX 5 George Metivier - Guernsey's 'national' poet. P.J. Girard.
1980 635 XX 5 Les dimes de bullaban. (Vingtaine de L'Epine) P.J. Girard.
1980 643 XX 5 The Guernsey cholera epidemic of 1832. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1980 657 XX 5 Excavations at Chateau des Marais. K.J. Barton.
1981 078 XXI 1 The mutiny of 1783. (Letter written by Peter De Havilland to Mary Henshaw).
1981 081 XXI 1 Micro-fungi of Guernsey. E.A., J.P. and M.B. Ellis.
1981 094 XXI 1 Excavations of the long-house. P.J. Girard.
1981 099 XXI 1 The flags of Guernsey and Jersey. J. Le Pelley.
1981 103 XXI 1 Trollope and the Guernsey postal service. P. Stevens.
1981 107 XXI 1 The loss of the Stella. D. Shayer.
1982 167 XXI 2 Ringed plover watch 1981. D.M. Bramall.
1982 172 XXI 2 The Breton myth. A.H. Ewen.
1982 200 XXI 2 Food and feeding of ormers. G.R. Foster.
1982 202 XXI 2 The stone industry. P.J. Girard.
1982 209 XXI 2 Compton Mackenzie on Herm and Jethou. D.R. King.
1982 217 XXI 2 A Guernsey merchant of the Commonwealth period. J. de L. Mann.
1982 226 XXI 2 Channel Island privateers. W.R. Meyer.
1983 292 XXI 3 Ringed plover watch 1982 and 1983. D.M. Bramall.
1983 307 XXI 3 Guernsey and the Royal Navy. V. Coysh.
1983 319 XXI 3 Guernesiais - a grammatical survey. M. de Garis.
1983 354 XXI 3 More Vale documents. P.J. Girard.
1983 360 XXI 3 A Guernsey merchant in the reign of George II - Nicholas Dobrče. R. Hocart.
1983 379 XXI 3 Dicey's historical account of Guernsey. T.G. Hutt.
1983 382 XXI 3 Charophytes (stoneworts) in Guernsey. J.A. Moore.
1983 387 XXI 3 The Lukis geological collection. A.E. Mourant.
1983 391 XXI 3 The humming-bird hawk-moth. W.F. Tipping.
1983 393 XXI 3 Excavation at Les Huguettes, Alderney. K. Wilson.
1984 472 XXI 4 The Channel Islands and the Newfoundland fishery. J.C. Appleby.
1984 485 XXI 4 Excavations at the Vale Castle. K.J. Barton.
1984 539 XXI 4 Guernsey's livery stables. W.J. Carman.
1984 547 XXI 4 Mr Warburton's treatise. R. Clark.
1984 552 XXI 4 Towards a megalithic chronology. A.H. Ewen.
1984 566 XXI 4 The journal of Charles Trumbull. R. Hocart (ed).
1984 586 XXI 4 George Gissing in Guernsey. P. Stevens.
1984 592 XXI 4 The knopper gall (wasp). A.L. Stork.
1985 645 XXI 5 The wetlands of La Claire Mare. D.M. Bramall.
1985 652 XXI 5 Gallo-Roman finds from Guernsey and Herm. R.B. and A.G. Burns.
1985 667 XXI 5 Fort George, Past and Present. V. Coysh.
1985 675 XXI 5 A new double-flowered sea campion. P.J. Girard.
1985 679 XXI 5 Veterinary Trematodes identified in Guernsey. D.A. Le Cheminant.
1985 684 XXI 5 'Great Hearted Gentlemen': Redoubtable Royalists in Roundhead Guernsey. J. Marr.
1985 698 XXI 5 The Guernsey Millet. D. McClintock.
1985 701 XXI 5 Paul Le Mesurier, Lord Mayor of London. W.R. Meyer.
1985 715 XXI 5 Control of Dutch Elm disease in Guernsey. G.F. Riley.
1985 720 XXI 5 A Roman Samian Mortarium from Grandes Rocques. H. Sebire.
1985 723 XXI 5 The Sark novels of Mervyn Peake. D. Shayer.
1985 729 XXI 5 Trees and shrubs in the Caledonia Nursery. R. Waterman. and C. Helyar.
1986 062 XXII 1 The army and the navy and Governor Hatton. R. Booth.
1986 071 XXII 1 Guernsey's roadside letter boxes. W.J. Carman.
1986 077 XXII 1 Who was Owen of Wales? A.D. Carr.
1986 091 XXII 1 More on the Herm mines. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1986 097 XXII 1 The Alderney sandstone. N. d'A. Laffoley.
1986 110 XXII 1 The dwarf spurrey of Jersey and Guernsey. D. McClintock.
1986 112 XXII 1 The Parson's tale - Rev. Michael Ward Blagg. P. Stevens.
1986 118 XXII 1 The geology of Guernsey - unique in the British Isles. C. Topley. and M.R. de Pomerai.
1986 125 XXII 1 Movements of moorhen in the Channel Islands. P.K. Veron.
1986 131 XXII 1 War and trade in the mid-l8th century. P. Raban.
1987 234 XXII 2 Distribution and zonation of maritime lichens in Sark. A. Allen and B. Hilton.
1987 258 XXII 2 William Berry and his history of Guernsey. R. Clark.
1987 274 XXII 2 The imaginative literature of the Channel Islands. D. King.
1987 296 XXII 2 Hottentot fig (carpobrotus edulis) in Guernsey. C.D. Preston.
1987 303 XXII 2 Clandestine trade in the mid-l8th century. P. Raban.
1987 376 XXII 2 Compton Mackenzie, D.H. Lawrence and Herm. D. Shayer.
1988 419 XXII 3 The Sark hoard. S.K. Kellett-Smith.
1988 434 XXII 3 The wild and naturalised plants of Brecqhou. D. McClintock.
1988 453 XXII 3 The Guernsey Maritime Trust gazetteer, 1984-1988. J. Monaghan.
1988 466 XXII 3 The ship L'Invention and her prize. J.W. Sarre.
1988 477 XXII 3 Taking a look at Isoetes histrix. P. Ryan.
1988 480 XXII 3 Ornithology in the Channel Islands - one man's contribution. P.K. Veron.
1988 506 XXII 3 More on William Berry. R. Clark.
1988 508 XXII 3 Arcitalitris dorrieni - a recent addition to the Guernsey fauna. A.C. Howell.
1989 598 XXII 4 A group of post-medieval knives from the Lukis collection. R.B. Burns.
1989 602 XXII 4 Coach building in Guernsey. W.J. Carman.
1989 609 XXII 4 Tourism and the Sark community. S.D. Carre.
1989 619 XXII 4 The geomorphology of Herm. V. Gardiner.
1989 628 XXII 4 The spread of bracken (pteridium aquilinum) in Burhou Island, Alderney from 1973 to 1978. M.G. Hill.
1989 633 XXII 4 Cannon and musket - the defences of Sark. C. Murphy.
1989 638 XXII 4 Presbyterian disorders - the state of religion in Guernsey, 1582. A. Spicer.
1989 643 XXII 4 Abraham and Thomas Simon. N.E. Tostevin.
1989 659 XXII 4 Guernsey's insurance history - an initial essay. M.A. Ward.
1989 679 XXII 4 Fungi of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. R. Watling.
1989 689 XXII 4 The dialect of Sark. A. Liddicoat.
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1990 798 XXII 5 The growth of le Village du Putron. R. Clarke.
1990 806 XXII 5 The ingenious Mr Mulgrave. V. Coysh.
1990 808 XXII 5 George Dalgarno and Guernsey. D. Cram.
1990 827 XXII 5 The excavations of La Hougue Catelain, 1982-1983. M. Hill.
1990 871 XXII 5 The authorship of Warburton's treatise. D. Ogier.
1990 878 XXII 5 Nicholas Le Messurier - a Guernsey privateer captain in the 7 Years War, 1731-1759. P. Raban.
1991 092 XXIII 1 The importance of Guernsey quarries for conservation. J. Gilmour.
1991 135 XXIII 1 Alderney's weather. B. Bonnard.
1991 140 XXIII 1 John Walter Lukis - the road to Valgodemard. B. Featherstone.
1991 163 XXIII 1 Nicholas Le Tocq - seaman and trooper, 1854-1886. L. Le Tocq.
1991 173 XXIII 1 Some Guernsey collections with Cape Breton Island. J. Sarre and L. Forbrigger.
1991 182 XXIII 1 Natural history collections in Guernsey museums. A. Howell.
1992 276 XXIII 2 The Gulf of Saint-Malo sea bird seminar 1992.
1992 319 XXIII 2 La Fauch'rie l'Ane. W.T. Gallienne.
1992 322 XXIII 2 The first great seal of Charles II at Sausmarez. N.E. Tostevin.
1992 330 XXIII 2 St Matthew's Church, Cobo. G.M. Bramall and P.J. Girard.
1992 342 XXIII 2 The building of New Town. R. Hocart.
1992 378 XXIII 2 Medical practices at the Town Hospital, 1743-1850. G.M. Lenfestey.
1993 473 XXIII 3 Crisis at the Ladie's College, 1899-1900. R. Booth.
1993 493 XXIII 3 A Flora of Herm and its Off-Islets. J. Le Hucquet.
1993 560 XXIII 3 Long Service Decorations and Medals of the Guernsey Militia. E. Parks.
1993 570 XXIII 3 John Walter Lukis: The Road to Valgodemard, Part Two. B. Featherstone.
1993 599 XXIII 3 Candie Cemetery and its Monuments. N. Tyson.
1994 700 XXIII 4 Guernsey English: my mother tongue. P. Barbč.
1994 724 XXIII 4 The Guernsey Fern. N. Jee.
1994 750 XXIII 4 Bailiwick Weather. B. Bonnard.
1994 754 XXIII 4 A New Check List of Flowering Plants & Ferns wild on Sark. M.H. Marsden.
1994 784 XXIII 4 A Harris Family - Devon, the Channel Islands, Australia. R.W. Harris.
1994 795 XXIII 4 Alderney's Armorial Bearings. B. Bonnard.
1994 799 XXIII 4 Galls of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. J. Gilmour & C.T. David.
1994 817 XXIII 4 A Note on the Distribution & Habitat of Mole Crickets. C.T. David & M. Edwards.
1995 901 XXIII 5 No further skeletons...Von Hugel's excavations in Alderney 1889-90. N. Winder.
1995 904 XXIII 5 The human remains from Alderney, Channel Islands. M.M. Laahr & M. Bellatti.
1995 921 XXIII 5 Some pottery from Alderney in the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, Cambridge. C.J. Going.
1995 923 XXIII 5 Guernsey scenery and the Picturesque Movement. D. Shayer.
1995 931 XXIII 5 A group of glass bottle seals found in Guernsey. V. Ferneyhough.
1995 942 XXIII 5 A brief history of nature conservation in Guernsey. G. Caldwell.
1995 964 XXIII 5 Guernsey, The enviroment & health. D. Jeffs.
1995 973 XXIII 5 A 15th Century pottery bank from Guernsey. B. Burns & H. Sebire.
1996 093 XXIV 1 The Stories of Bad'lagoule. K. Hill.
1996 110 XXIV 1 The Same but Different - Ninteenth Century Tourism in the Channel Islands and the visit of Sir David Wedderburn, 1873. V. Gardiner.
1996 127 XXIV 1 Issues of Over-Population and Over-Development in Guernsey. D. de G. De Lisle.
1996 140 XXIV 1 The First Ten Years of the Island Archives Service. W.T. Gallienne.
1996 148 XXIV 1 The Parish Douzaines in 1742. R.P. Hocart.
1996 153 XXIV 1 The Priory of Notre Dame, Lihou Island, Guernsey. H. Sebire.
1996 165 XXIV 1 Belle Greve Bay - an Enviromental Assessment. J. Medland, C. David, R. Hocart, D. De Lisle, & A. Howell.
1996 169 XXIV 1 Captain William Tardif and the Brig Speculation. J.W. Sarre.
1997 240 XXIV 2 Water Pollution by Nitrates. A. Casebow.
1997 262 XXIV 2 Nature Conservation in Guernsey. G. Caldwell.
1997 273 XXIV 2 Minerals from the Sark's Hope Mine. N. Laffoley.
1997 284 XXIV 2 Neolithic Engineering: The use of Stone in Guernsey Passage Graves. M.R. De Pomerai.
1997 290 XXIV 2 What path did the Crescent follow? Sir James Saumarez's Escape, June 8th 1794. D. Shayer.
1997 300 XXIV 2 Lihou Priory Archaeological Excavations 1997 interim report. H. Sebire.
1997 309 XXIV 2 The Liberation Monument. A Marriage of Science and Art. E. Snell, D. Le Conte, & P. Sebire.
1998 422 XXIV 3 Gideon's Army Rev. A. Mignot
1998 426 XXIV 3 Saint's Farm J. McCormack
1998 458 XXIV 3 The Guille Family at Saints Farm G. Guille
1998 469 XXIV 3 Early Tostevins in Guernsey D. Pedgley
1998 487 XXIV 3 A brief survey of the Herm Mines M. De Pomerai
1998 492 XXIV 3 Jerbourg Battery M.Atha
1999 620 XXIV 4 Saints Farm and Fief Fortescu H. Lenfestey
1999 635 XXIV 4 Saints Farm and Fief Fortescu (Reply) J. McCormack
1999 641 XXIV 4 The 1999 Total Eclipse of the Sun D. Le Conte
1999 657 XXIV 4 Lichens of Sark P. James, A. Allen, & B. Hilton
1999 703 XXIV 4 The Regional Impact of Population Change in Guernsey D. De Garis De Lisle
1999 714 XXIV 4 Aculeate Bees and Wasps on Sark I.C. Beavis
DATE PAGE VOL PART SUBJECT AUTHOR
2000 851 XXIV 5 Mon Plaisir and the Methodists Rev. A Mignot
2000 856 XXIV 5 Lead ore from Sark's Hope Mine R. Ixer
2000 862 XXIV 5 Leptothorax Ants in the Channel Islands G. Orledge, P. Smith, & C. David
2000 867 XXIV 5 Rescue Excavations on Guernsey and Herm, 1998, 1999 B. Cunliffe & P de Jersey
2000 944 XXIV 5 A New Look at the Tostevins in Guernsey D. Pedgely
2000 955 XXIV 5 Plants in Bloom in March N. Guppy & R. Rabey
2001 112 XXV I Ophrys sphegodes on Herm F.J, Rumsey
2001 116 XXV I Lichens of Alderney P. James, A. Allen & B. Hilton
2001 161 XXV I Trees and Large Shrubs of Sark R. Veall, R Waterman & C. Helyar
2001 170 XXV I A List of the Birds of Guernsey A.J. Bisson
2001 198 XXV I Sustainability and Population Growth D. De G De Lisle
2002 317 XXV II Bryophytes of Sark R. Veall & R. Stern
2002 326 XXV II A Petrographic Study of Prehistoric Pottery from Guernsey D. Bukach
2002 341 XXV II Nature Conservation in Guernsey: Past , Present and Future F.G. Caldwell
2002 367 XXV II 2 Choisi Terrace R. Hocart
2002 374 XXV II Development of Public Sewers in Guernsey G.M. Lenfestey
2002 387 XXV II Sustainability and Population Growth D.De G. De Lisle
2003 492 XXV III Habitats, Plants and Invertebrates of Burhou C.T. David, K.J. Gilmour, & B.J. Ozanne 
2003 508 XXV III 25 Years of Guernsey Lepidoptera T. Peet
2003 512 XXV III Lichens of Herm P. James, A. Allen & B. Hilton
2003 545 XXV III Guernsey Milestones G.M. Lenfestey
2004 674 XXV IV Homage and Suit of Court in the Channel Islands H. Lenfestey
2004 689 XXV IV Nineteenth Century Sunbonnets in the Channel Islands G. Lenfestey
2004 699 XXV IV How Methodism came to Guernsey Rev. A. Mignot
2004 702 XXV IV Alderney’s Breeding Seabirds J. Sanders
2005 851 XXV V The Retreat of French from Guernsey’s Public Primary Schools, 1800-1939 R-M. Crossan
2005 889 XXV V The orientation of Megalithic Tombs in Guernsey: an astronomical connection? D. Le Conte
2005 907 XXV V Guernsey’s Lost Generation L. Walton
2006 73 XXVI I Seabird 2000: Breeding Seabirds of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, 1871-2005 J. Hooper
2006 87 XXVI I Warren De La Rue and Paul Jacob Naftel – Scientist and artist, and two eclipses D. Le Conte
2006 115 XXVI I Forest Church Sundial D. Le Conte
2006 73 XXVI I An Ornithological Study of the Vale Marais, Guernsey, 1971-2005 P.K. Veron
2007 224 XXVI II The 125th Anniversary of La Société Guernesiaise G. Rowland
2007 241 XXVI II The Impacts of Changing Climate on Guernsey’s Environment: Evidence from Long-term Data T. Sparks, A. Casebow, N. Jee and I. Woiwod
2007 252 XXVI II Jean Guille and the Management of the St. George’s Estate 1714-1721 R. Hocart
2007 276 XXVI II Orientations of Channel Islands Megalithic Tombs: An Addendum D. Le Conte
2008 360 XXVI III Guernsey and the Slave Trade: A Reassessment Carey, B
2008 375 XXVI III Excavations at Vale Priory, 2008 de Jersey, P
2008 392 XXVI III New Geophysical Surveys of the Megalithic Monuments at Longis House and Tourgis (Druid's Alter), Alderney Gillings, M; Pollard, J
2008 402 XXVI III Jean Guille of St George: an Extended View, 1711-1721 Hocart, R
2008 414 XXVI III Orientations of Channel Islands Megalithic Tombs – Further Observations Le Conte, D
2008 418 XXVI III The Changing Fortunes of Gulls breeding in the Channel Islands, 1969-2008 Veron, P K
2009 521 XXVI IV Gathering the Humid Harvest of the Deep: the Mid-Summer Cut Vraic Harvest in Nineteenth-Century Guernsey Neeson, J M
2009 539 XXVI IV Early Reports of the Introduction of Ether as an Anaesthetic Agent in the Guernsey newspapers Panning, B
2009 551 XXVI IV Excavation at Les Ozouets, 2005 de Jersey, P


 
   
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