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CONTENTS
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EDITORIAL 2
OBITUARY: E. M. (Betty) Sage 3
by Minnie Gibbens y
OBITUARY: Nan Grubb 3
by Andrea Wall
ROMAN LEAD MINES AT RISCA? 5
by G. O. Osborne
HISTORY AND MEMORY: THE SHAPING OF CAERLEON 10
by C. E. Smith
THE MIGRATION OF PEOPLE INTO TREDEGAR
DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 19
by John B. Hilling
JUVENILE CRIME IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY
MONMOUTHSHIRE: ERRING GIRLS 41
by Janet Wilson
A LACK OF POWER IN THE HOLY SPIRIT? WESLEYAN
METHODISM IN THE WYE VALLEY IN THE LATE
NINETEENTH CENTURY 50
by Mark Elson
FIRST WORLD WAR GRAVES AND MEMORIALS IN GWENT 63
by Ray Westlake
Cover: Catherine Regan, aged ten, one of the 'erring girls' in the county gaol in
1871-2 (Gwent Record Office, Q/CG38).
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