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MIDDLESEX. 



A COLOKED plan of the country between Staines and Silchester, 
on the line of the Roman rood Irom London to Balb ; re- 
duced from the survey executed by the officers in the senior 
department of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1835; 
drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile by Lieut. Grey, 83rd 
Regiment, and LienL O'Halloran, 69th Regiment : 2 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f. 9in. lAdd. 11,734.] 

A colored plan of the old road from the western turnpike road 
over Bishop's Gate Heath, by Crimp's Hill to Windsor, and 
of the new proposed road from Uie said western turnpike by 
fMest Hilt to Windsor, and also of the proposed alteration 
of the western turnpike road; drawn about the year 1780, 
without a scale, but about 14 chains to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x 

1 f. 7^ in., with a manuscript explanation attached, [ft v. 

100. 1.] 

A colored map of the intended navigable canal from Uxbridge 
to London ; drawn about 1780, on a scale of six furlongs to 
an inch : 2 f 4 in. x I f, 8 in. [ifi vi. 19.] 

A colored plan of the river Thames, and of the intended canal 
from Monkey Island to Isleworth, surveyed by James Brindley, 
in 1770 ; shewing the two projected lines, iho upper one by 
Colubrook and Bedfont, proposed by Mr. Brindley, the lower 
one by Datchet and Staines, with profiles of both lines, and a 
list of the land-owners upon both ; drawn ou parchment by 
T, Jeffeiys, ou a scale of two inches to a mile : 3 f. 3 in. x 

2 f. 6 in. [ft VI. «. J.] 

A colored plan of the river Thames from Boulter's Lock, near 
Taplow, to Mortlake, with part of the counties of Middlesex 
and Buckingham, shewing the canal which was projected 
from Monkey Island, near Domey, to Isleworth ; surveyed, in 
1770, by James Briodley, Engineer; drawn on parchment 



298.'!^ 



2 MIDDLESEX. 

by William Blanchard, (from the original by Robert Whit- 
worth,) on a scale of four inches to a mile : 8 f. 6 in. x 3 f. 2 
in. [lb VI. 4,<2. 3.] 

A colored profile of the river Thames from Boulter's Lock to 
Mortlake, surveyed, in 1770, by James Brindley, Engineer ; 
drawn on vellum by William Blanchard, from the original by 
Robert Whitworth ; the distance on a scale of four inches to 
a mile, the falls on a scale of six feet to an inch : 14 f. x 2 f., 
accompanied by a manuscript description, [ib vi. 43.] 

A colored sketch of the environs of Isleworth, shewing the in- 
tended new canal from Monkey Island to Isleworth and the 
intended Turk's Lane ; drawn by T. Rhodes, of Twickenham, 
on a scale of eight phains to an inch, or ten inches to a mile: 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [sb vi. 46. ?.] 



A plan, in Indian ink, of a house and grounds situate at Acton 
Green, in the occupation of Mr. Charles Bjmg ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago, on a scale of one chain to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 
1 f. 1 in. [Add. 12,541. a.] 

Adelphi. See Westminster, St. Martin in the Fields. 

A colored view of Meux's brewery, in Liquorpond Street, in 
the parish of St. Andrew, Holbom : 8 in. x dj in. [P. R. 
Crowle, IX. i4«.] 

Apothecaries' Hall. See London, Farringdon Within. 

Audley's Land, north of Piccadilly. See Westminster, St. 
George. 

Austin Friars' Church. See London, Broad Street. 

Barber-Surgeons' Hall, in Monkwell Street. See London, 
Cripptegate. 

St. Bartholomew, in Smithfield. See London, Farringdon 
Without. 

Bateman House, in Soho Square. See Westminster, St. 
Anne. 

Baynard's Castle. See London, Castle Baynard. 

Bell Savage Inn, on Ludgate Hill. See London, Farringdon 
Within. 

Bethlehem Hospital in Moorfields. See London, Bishopsgate. 

Billingsgate. See London, Billingsgate. 

Bird Cage Walk, St. James's Park. See Westminster, St. 
Margaret. 



MIDDLESEX. (BRi 



3 



I 



' Bridge. Seo LoifDON, Farringdon Within. 

Bloomsbury. See St. George, Bloomsbcry. 

Boar's Head Tavern, in Easicheap. See London, CandUwick. 

A colored drawing of the monument of Mrs. Elizabeth Summers, 
in the church of Bow, or Stratford -le-Bow : 1 f. x 10 in. 
[fb Lgsons' Envrronfi, vol. lii. p. iwi.] 

Bow Church, in Cheapside. See London, Cordwainera. 

Brandeuburgh House, in the parish of Hammersmith. See 
Hammersmith. 

Two colored drawings of monuments of the Clitherow family 
in St. Lawrence's Chapel, at Brentford : each I f. x 10 in. 
[* Lt/xons' Environs, vol. ii. p. 47.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of Henry 
Redman, chief master mason of the king's worlis, who died 
in 1528, and of bis wife, in St. Lawrence's Chapel, at Brent- 
ford ; 1 f. X 10 in. [s& Lysona' Environs, vol. ii. p. 4a.] 

A colored plan of the estate at Brentford, co. Middlesex, belong- 
ing to " Reeves' charity," in the parisli of St. Sepulchre's, 
Loudon ; drawn on a scale of 64 feet to an inch : 1 f 4 in. 
[Add. 12,541. i.] 

Two plans of the same estate at Brentford, " sold to the Grand 
Junction Water Works Company;" drawn on a scale of 55 
feet to au inch. [Add. 12,541. c. d.^ 

Brent Street Bridge, in Hendon. See Hendon. 

A colored drawing of the monumenl of Sir William Benson, 
Kut., {who died in 1712,) in the church of Bromley SL Leo- 
nard's: 1 f. X 10 in. [iB I.ysaiia' Environs, vol. ii. p. 6S.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Abraham Jacob, Esq., 
(who died in 1629,) and of his wife, in the chancel of the 
church of Bromley St. Leonard's: I f. 2 in. X 10 in. [* 
Lysims' Environs, vol. ii. p. e*.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Richard Munden, 
t., Capt. R.N., (who died in 1680,} in the church of Bromley 
Leouard's : 1 f. x 10 in. [ft Lytotw' Environs, vol. iL p. 



I colored drawing of the monument o£ Sir John Roberts, Bart., 
(who died in 1692,) in the church of Bromley St. Leonard's : 
1 f. X 10 in, [ft Lysons' Enriron-s, vol. ii. p. 61.] 

BromptOQ, in the parish of Kensington, See Kensington. 
reat and Little Brook Field, north of Piccadilly. See West- 
minster, St. Ceorye. 



4 • MIDDLESEX. (CLERKENWELL.) 

Buckingham House, St. James's Park. See Westminster, St. 
George. 

Cannons, in the parish of Little Stanmore or Whitchurch. See 
Stanmore. 

Castle Bear, in the parish of Ealing. See Ealing. 

Charing Cross. • See Westminster, St Martin in the Fields. 

A view, in Indian ink, of part of the Charter House, beside 
Smithfield, in 1697 : 10 J in. x 6 J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 

118.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the gateway of the Charter House : 
Q\ in. X 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. lis.] 

Cheapside Obelisk. See London, Farringdon Within. 

A colored plan of the estate and manor of Chelsea, taken in 
1769, by T. Richardson, Surveyor ; drawn on a scale of three 
chains, each of four poles, or 22 yards, to an inch : 4 f. 2 in. x 
2 f. 9 in. [fb xxviii. 4. a. i.] 

A colored general plan of Mr. Holland's house and grounds in 
Sloane Street, Chelsea; drawn Aug. 11, 1790, on a scale of 
30 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [* xxviii. 4. dd. 3.] 

Colored elevations of the north and south fronts of Mr. Hol- 
land's house in Sloane Street ; drawn on a scale of seven feet 
to an inch : each 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [fi xxviii. 4. dd. 6, 7.] 

Colored plans of the two floors of Mr. Holland's house in 
Sloane Street ; drawn on a scale of seven feet to an inch : 
each 2 f. X 1 f. 7 in. [* xxviii. 4. dd. 4, 5.] 

A plan of land for building " belonging to Mr. Saunders," situate 
in the parish of St Luke's, Chelsea ; drawn in 1818, by R. 
H. Jago, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 1 f x 8 in. [Add. 
12,541. c] 

A colored view of two houses in the King's Road, Chelsea : 
8J in. X 6J in. [tf? xxviii. 4. gg.'] 

Three birds-eye views of the mansion-house and gardens at 
Tumham Green, in the parish of Chiswick, belonging to the 
Earl of Egmont; drawn about 1760: each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 9 
in. [tf? XXX. 18. a. b, c] 

St. Clare's Monastery, in the Minories. See London, Port- 
soken. 

A colored north-east view of the old church of St. James, 
Clerkenwell: 8J in. x 6 J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 133.] 

A colored south-west view of Clerkenwell old Church: 8 J. in. 
X 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 152.] 



MIDDLESEX. (CLERRENWELL.) 5 

A view, in Indian ink, of Clerkenwell old Church ; drawn by 
John Thomas Smith : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 143.] 

A colored view of Clerkenwell old Church ; drawn by C. Tom- 
kins in 1803 : 8 in. x 6j in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 14«.] 

A north-west colored view of Clerkenwell old Church : 8J in. 
X 6J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 150.] 

An inside view, in Indian ink, of the old church of St James, 
Clerkenwell : 8 J in. x 6i in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 15S.] 

Thirty-four sketches, in Indian ink, of the various monuments 
existing in the old church of St. James^ Clerkenwell, pre- 
vious to its destruction in 1788. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 154-16^.] 
viz.: 

Thomas Wayte, Esq., 1642. 

Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Exeter, 1653. 

Middleton. 

George Long, Esq., 1654. 

Eliz. Staples. 

Eliz. Bullock. 

Sftrah Naylor, 167|. 

Sir John Thorowgood, Knt. 

Henrie Penton. Armig. 1714. 

Walter Baynes, 1745. 

Henry Knight, Esq., 1670. 

Caleb Newton, Gent, 1722. 

Johannes Nelthorpe, 1669. 

Ann Booth, 1667. 

Will. Booth, 1661. 

Ann Margetson. 

Dan. Macartney. 

Elizabeth Trotman, 1640. 

Sir Will. Weston, (the last Lord Prior of St John's,) 1540. 

Glover. 

Geo. Strode, 1663. 

Dudley Palmer, 1666. 

Lady Elizabeth Barkley, 1585. 

John Palmer, Esq., 1585. 

Roger Wood, Esq., 1609. 

Thos. Crosse. 

G. Riley. 

Eliz. Partridge, 1702. 

Anna Bedingfield, 1664. 

Car. Sibbald, 1645. 

Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury, 171|-. 

Franciscus Sclater, 1685. 

Dom. Levinx, 1679. 



MIDDLESEX. (rALING.) 

A colored north-east view of the Priory Church, Clerkenwell, 
taken 1787: 4 J in. x 4 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 152.] 

A colored view, looking east, in the remaining part of the 

cloisters, being the south side, belonging to the Priory 

Church, Clerkenwell, taken in 1787 : 4^ in. x 4 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, VII. 1.35.] 

A colored view of the cloisters of Nuns* Hall, Clerkenwell : 9 
.in. X 6 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 151.] 

A colored view of Nuns* Hall, Clerkenwell:' 8 in. x 7 in. 
IP. R. Crowle, vii. i5i.] 

A colored view of St John's Gate, Clerkenwell : 1 f. 2 in. x 
10 J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 139.] 

A tinted view of the north side of St John's Gate, Clerkenwell, 
1721 : 8} in. x 6 J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 153.] 

Conduit Street Chapel. See Westminster, St George. 

A colored view of Cromwell House, Clerkenwell Green : 8J in. 
X 6J in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 172.] 

A colored view of Newcastle House, Clerkenwell Green*: 9 in. 
X 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. i7«.] 

Com Market in Mark Lane. See London, Tower Ward. 

Covent Garden. See Westminster, St. Paul. 

A colored plan and elevation, with admeasurements, of a bridge 
intended to be erected at Cranford : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[d? XXIX. 8.] 

Craven House, Drury Lane. See Westminster, St. Clement 
Danes. 

Cromwell House, Clerkenwell Green. See Clerkenwell. 

Curzon Street Chapel, Mayfair. See Westminster, St. 
George. 

Drapers* Hall, in Throgmortoa Street See London, Broad 
Street. 

Drury Lane Theatre. See Westminster, St. Martin in the 
Fields. 

Duke's Place Sjrnagogue. See London, Aldgate. 

Durham House, in the Strand. See Westminster, St. Mary- 
le-Strand. 

A series of eight colored plans, elevations, sections, etc., of Eal- 
ing Church ; all drawn to one scale of six inches to a foot : 
[d? xxix. 9. b.] 
viz: 



I 



1. Ground plan : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

2. Elevation of the west end and tower: 1 f. 7 in, x I f. 
2 iu. 

3. Section of the west end : 1 f. x 9 J in. 

4. Elevation of the east end : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 1 in. 

5. Section of the east end : 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. 

6. Elevation of the north side : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

7. Section from west to east: I f. 4 in. x 11 in. 
fi. Plan of the ceiling: 1 f. 4 in. X 11 in. 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of " Richard 
Amondesham, otherwise called Awn sham, sum me lyrae 
mercer and marcbaunt of the stapylle of Calys, and Kateryn 
his wyf," in Ealing Church : 1 f. x 10 in. [ft Lysons" 
Environs, vol. ii. p. ■i3o.'} 

A colored plan of Castle Bear Hill Estate, situate in the parish 
of Ealing, formerly the residence of H. R. H, the Duke of 
Kent ; drawn by R, H. Jago: 3 f. 3 in. x 2 f. 2 iu. [Add. 
12,541./] 

A colored view of Caslle Bear, the seat of — Smith, Esq., near 
Ealing: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft xsx. ae. 6.] 

A colored view of Castle Bear, near Ealing : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 
6 in. [ft XXX. 86. a.] 

A colored view of Gunnersbury House, near Ealing, formerly 
the residence of H.R.H. the Princess Amelia : 2 f. 1 in. x 
1 f. 6 in. [ft XXX. 30. c] 

A colored drawing of a house at Ealing : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 £ 7 in. 

[ft XX!X. 9. I.] 

East India House, in Leadenhall Street. See London, Lime 

Street. 
I Easly's Hotel, Southampton Street. See Westminster, St. 

Paul. 
L A colored view of a house near Southgate, in the parish of 

Edmonton : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f 1 in. [ft xxx. i6. i.] 

I A colored south view of Ely House, the ancient residence of 
the Bishops of Ely, in Holbom ; drawn by [Capl. Francis 
Grose ?] : 1 f. 6 in. x 10 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 6o.] 

IA view, in Indian ink, of Ely House, showing tlje chapel and 
cloisters ; drawn by [Capt. Grose ?] : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [P. R. 
Crowle, VII. 61.] 

A north-east view of Ely House, in Indian ink; drawn by 
[Capt. Grose ?] : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 iu. [P. R. Crowle, vii. ea.] 



8 MIDDLESEX. (FDLBAM.) 

Elevation, in peii and ink, of ifae upper part of the eut n 
of E)y Houee Chapel ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[_Add. 6769. p. lii.] 

Sketch, in pen and tnk, of the east oi nest window- of the 
Chapel of old Ely House, in Uolbom, " as far as I can make 
it out, ftom a drawiag in Miss Keene's possession, Cromer, 
28 Aug. 1827;" drawn bj the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6766. fol. *«.] 

Elf House in Dover Street. See Westminsteh, SI George. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of" Enfield Chace, in the county of 
Bliddlesex, surveyed by Joel Gascoyne, by the order and ad- 
vice of H. Wesllake, Esq., Surveyor ;" drawn about 1690, on 
« scale of 2^ furlongs to an inch: 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [# 

XX. 9. I.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Soath Bailie Lodge, in the parishes of 
Enfield and Edmonton ; drawn by R. H. Jago : 1 f. 4 in. x 
If. [Add. 12,541. J.] 

A colored view of the Bull and Bush publia house at Enfield : 
1 f. X Oj in. [<ig XXIX. *. I. c] 

Escheape or Eastcheap Market, temp. Elizabelli. See hoK' 
DON, Candiewick. 

Exeter Change, in the Strand. See Westuinstbb, St. Mary le 
Sirand. 

Fenton's Hotel, St. James's Street See Westminster, SI. 
Jamet. 

Fife House, Whitehall. See Wbsthtnster, St. Martin in the 
FUld». 

A colored drawing of an ancient oak on Finchley Common : 7 
in. X 4 in. [* xzix. lo. 3. £.] 

Finsbtuy Square, in the parish of Sl Luke, Old Street. See St. 

LCKE. 

Fleet Fhson. See London, Farringdon Without. 

Foubert's Riding House, in Swallow Street See Westhikstkr, 
St. James. 

Freemasons' Hall, in the parish of St Gile& See St. Gilks. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a north window of the chancel of 
Fulham Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 io. iAdd. 67&4. fol. IM.J 



^^^^M lUIDDLi^SEX. (ST. GILES.) 9 

Three plans of Fulliara Lodge, the property of tlic Rev. Dr. 
Roy, March, 1838; drawn on a scales of one chain to an 
inch : each 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 9 in, [Add. 12,542. o. b. c] 

A plan of market- garden ground at Fulham, the properly of 
— — Powell, Esq., on the road from London; drawn by 
R, H. Jago : 9 in. X 8 in. [Add. 12,542. d.] 

A colored view of Parsons' Green, Fulham : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 

I in. [dr XXIX, ii./.j 

A colored drawing of Fclerbro' House, Parsons' Green, Fulliam ; 

8jin. X 6^ in. [* xxix. ii.*.] 
A colored " plan of a leasehold estate situate at North End in 

the parish of Fulham, the properly of James Ilolbeck, Esq."; 

drawn by R. H, Jago, Suri'cyor, on a scale of 20 feet to an 

inch: 1 f. X 11 in. [Add. 12,542. e.} 
Garrick's House on the Adelphi Terrace. See Ws&tminsteu, 

St. Martin in tlte Fields. * 

Garrick's Theatre, in Great Alie Street, Goodman's Fields. 

See Whitechapel. 
Two elevations and plan, in Indian ink, of a design for a church 

in the parish of SL George, Bloomsbury [by Nicholas 

Hawkemoor?],- drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch: 2 f. 

X 1 f. 6 in. [ft XXIII. 16.] 
Plans, in Indian ink, of the three floors of the rectory house of 

St. George, DloomRbury ; drawn on a scale of six feet to an 

inch: 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. \\ in. [S xxvii. 13,] 
Outline plan of the church of St. George the Martyr, Queen 

Square; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 9 lu. 

[st XXVII. tl. 3. 6.] 

Plan, in Indian ink, of the church of St. George the Martyr, 
Queen Square, with variations [in the hand of Nicholas 
Hawksmoor ?] ; drawn on a scale of G^ feet to an inch : 1 f. 
3 in. X 1 f. [* XXVII. 37, 3.-0.] 

A colored plan of llie ceiling of SL George the Martyr, Queen 
Square ; drawn on a scale of G| feet to au inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 

II in. [ft xxvn. ar. s. c] 

A view, in Indian ink, of old St. Giles's Church ; drawn by John 
Thomas Smilli : 1 1 in. x 6^ in. [P. R. Crowlc, vii. 9.] 

Six colored elevations and soctioiis of the church of St. Gilus 
in the Fields, being the original designs of the architect, 
H, Flitcroft; several of them signed by him and the rector 
and churchwardens, [ft xxiii. ih,] 

viz. : 
VOL. II. c 



UIDDLE9BX. {HAMMEKSMITH.) 



10 

a. The south side, " but to be altered ivith two heights of 
windows;" on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 
2 in. 

b. The east end, " according to the model), extending 64 
feet above the plinth j" signed by W". Baker, Bp. of Nor- 
wich, then rector, etc, March 29, 1731 : 1 f. 1 in. X If. 

c. " The steeple, agreed to Febniary 23, 173|": 1 f. x I f. 

d. " The section from north to south, and elevation of the 
east end ;" on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 
1 in. 

e.y. ElevaUons of the west and north fronts, as finished : 
each 1 f. 5 in. x 10 j in. 

A colored view of the entrance gate into St. Giles's church- 
yard ; drawn by J. T. Smith : 8 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, 

VII. 13.] 

A colored plan of an estate in the parish of St. Giles, situated 

partly in Holbom, partly in Little Queen Street, partly in 

Newton Street; drawn about 1760, on a scale of 20 feet to an 

inch ; 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [^ xxii. 19,] 
A section of the great room at Freemasons' Hall, in Great 

Queen Street, in the parish of St. Giles : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 3 

in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. 11.] 
A transverse section of the great room at Freemason's Hall : 

1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. la.j 
Goodman's Fields. See Whitechapel. 
The Green Park. See Westminster, St. Mart'm in ike 

Fields. 
Grosvenor Square. See Westminster, SL George. 
Grosvenor House, Millbank. See Westminster, St. John. 
Gunnersbury, in the parish of Ealing. See Ealing. 
A plan of some building ground on the Hammersmith Koad ; 

drawn hy R. H. Jago, on a scale of 80 feet to an inch : 10 

in. X 8 in. [Add. 12,542-/.] 
A plan, in Indian ink, of " an estate {Mr. Osbaldeston's) situate 

at Hammersmith, adjoining to Brandcnburgh House;" drawn 

in 1820, by R, H. Jago, on a scale of two chains to an inch". 

1 £ 4 in. X I f. 2 in. [Add. 12,542. g.] 
Another plan of the same estate : without names. [Add. 

12,542. A.] 
Flans, in Indian ink, of two of the floors of Mr. Lannoy's 
house at Hammersmith: each 1 f. x 7 in. [ft xxix. u. 

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MIDDLESEX. (HARROW.) 11 

Scolored view of Brandcnburgh House, Hammersmilli, in Ihe 
parish of pQlham : 1 f. 7 in. x 5 in. [* xxix. is. s. c] 

A colored plan of the sile of Xilbom Abbey, in the parish of 
St. John, Hampstead, as it appeared in 1790 ; drawn on a 
scale of 40 yards to an inch r 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in.: with 
eight small views of the scenery near it. [^ xxx. t. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Hampton Court towards the Thames ; 
copied " from an ancient painting in the possession of 
WiUiam Bray, Esq." : 1 f. 8 in. x 10 in. [* xxix. u. 4.] 

A colored view of Hampton Court Palace: I f. 2 in. x 10 in. 
[sbxxix. 14. vt, ;.'.] 

A colored view of the interior quadrangle of Hampton Court : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [tb xxix. i4. m.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the principal floor of Hampton Court 
Palace ; drawn on a scale of 32 feet to an incli : 2 f. 2 in. x 
] f. 5 in. [ft XXIX. 14. a. 2.] 

A colored plan of part of the river Thames, near Hampton, in- 
tituled " two different designs of viewing the Thames and 
country from the great elms between Hampton Court Green 
and Hampton Town end;" drawn on a scale of 175 feet to 
an inch : 1 f, 5 in. x 1 f. 2i in. [ft xxix. u. m.] 

A colored south-east view of the old church at Haawell, which 
was pulled down about the year 1780: 7 in. x 5 in. [ft 

XXIX. 15. «.] 

A colored south-east view of Harlinglon Church : 1 f. x 9 iu. 
[ft XXIX. 16. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Harmondsworth Church ; drawn 
by N. Smith, in 1781 : 5^ in. x Ji in. [& xxix. i7.] 

A colored plan of a proposed alteration of the Harrow Road ; 
drawn on a scale of 360 feet to an inch ; lithographed, hot 
having manuscript alterations : 3 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 
12,543. «.] 

A colored south view of Pinner Church, iu the parish of ' 
Harrow on the Hill: llj in. x 8j- in. [ft xxx. 13.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of the "Birmingham Railway 

through Lord Northwick's land" [in the parish of Harrow] ; 

drawn on a scale of four chains to an inch : 3 f. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[Add. 12,543. h.] 
A colored plan oflands belonging to John Rushout, Lord North - 

wick, in the parish of Harrow, occupied by Henry Longman 



12 SIIDWLCSEX. IHAVKS.) 

and Ricliard Fittmai), [with ilic exchanges made belwcren 
them,) ihrough wliich the London and Birmingham Railway 
is to [jass ; drawn on a scale of four chains lo an inch : 1 (. 
9 in. X I f. 1 in. [Add. 12,543. c] 

Seven plans and sections of lands in Harrow belonging to Lord 
Northwick, occupied by Longman and Pitlman, and requiied 
by the London and Birmingham Railway Company, with 
several letters between R. H. Jago, as a^eut for Lord North- 
wick, and the solicitor of the Railway Company, etc., respect- 
ing the same; ivitli particulars of the claims made for com- 
pensation. [Add. 12,543. d.] 

Plans and sections of the same land, on one sheet ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago, on a scale of two chains to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f. 8 in. lAdd. 12,543. e.] 

A colored plan of the land required for spoil banks for the Lon- 
don and Birmingham Railway in Lord Norlhwick's property 
near Harrow; "furnished by Mr, Parker:" 1 f. 1 in. x 10 
in. [Adtt. 12,54.^../:] 

A coloriid plan of pari of an estate belonging to Lord Nortliwick, 
KJtuatc at Wembley, in the parish of Harrow; drawn by R. H. 
Jago, on a scale of two chains lo an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 
I in. [Add. 12,643. y.] 

A rough plan, with pnrliculars, of Lord Northwick's farm at 
Wombloy ; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a scale of two chains to 
an inch: I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Add. 12,543. i".] 

A plan of Lord Norlhwick's fami at Wembley, in the parish 
of Harrow; drawn hy H, H. Jago, on a scale of three chains 
to on inch : 1 f . in. x 1 f. 1 in. [.4tW. 12,543. h.] 

A colored drawing of the tmnb, with brass figures, of Thomas 
Kigbgnlu, Esq., [who died in 1576,) in tlic souUi aisle of 
HnyuH Church; 1 f. x 10 in.: with a separate drawing of 
till) flgurim; I f. S in. x 10 in. [tfe hysons' Knrirons,xo\.\\. 
p. .V..J 

A colored ilrawtng of the Kepulchral brass cfGgtca of Robert 
IjuIIl-c, in Hayci Church: I f. x 10 in. [« l.ytons' En- 
viron*, vol. ii. p. .v'l.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular xtonc font ou pillars in 
Ilnyci (^liunhj drawn by iho Rev. Thomas Kerrioh: Sin. 
X 4 in. [Add. aim. ^tiX.m.l 

A plan of ihi' eniahtn of tho Rev. Mr. Orinfield, at Yeading, in 
Uiv iiiivlMh iif lluyui, Kiiil W I ScnilM; dmwu by 

K. II.. I ago: Uf. 'Jin. x 1 f \.\ 



MIDDLESEX. (HESTON.) 13 

a of an estate al Yeading, in the parish of Hayes ; draim on 
a scale of lire chains to an inch : L f. 4 in. X 10 in. : with 
printed particulars of sale, Sept. 15, 18'21. [Add. l2,64S.m.] 

I A plan of an estate at Yeadiug, in the parish of Hayes ; drawn 
by R. H. Jago: 2 f. x 1 f. S in. [Add. 12,5J3. /.] 

St. Helen's Monastery. See London, Bishopsgate. 

A colored "plan of tjic manor and parish of Hendon, in the 
coiinly of Middlesex j surveyed and delineated by Isaac 
Measeder, Sen., 1754;" drawn on vellum, on a scale of 10 
chains of 22 yards to an inch, (or eight laches to a mile): 4 
f. 6.in. X 2 f. 9i in. [Add. 9839.] 

A colored plan of the manor and parish of Hendon ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago, on a scale of IS chains to an inch : 3 f x 1 f. 
10 in. [Add. 12,544. ffl. i, 3.]. 

It is accompanied by " an Index, or book of reference to 
a plan of Hendon," containing the names of all Ireeholders 
and copyholders, and the measures of all estates. 

A colored " plan of an estate situate at Mill Hill, in the parish 
of Hendon and county of Middlesex, belonging to Peter Ha- 
mond, Esq. ; surveyed by John Crow and Tlionias Marsh, 
1772;" drawn on vellum, on a scale of a chain of 22 yards 
to an inch: 2 f. 9^- in. x 2 f. 6 in. [Add. 9840.] 

Apian of on estate situate at Burrows, in the parish of Hendon: 
1 f. 4i in. X 101 in- l^dd. 12,544. ft.] 

A colored plan of an estate called Fosters, in the parish of 
Hendon ; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a scalu of one chain to 
an inch : 1 f. 8 in, x 1 f. 5 in. [Add. 12,544. c] 

A colored plan of the same estate, on a reduced scale : I f. x 

9 in. [Add. 12,544. d.] 
A colored view of the seat of Tumbull, Esq., at Mill Hill, 

near Hendon : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 iu. [^ xxx. 3^.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of Brent Street Bridge, in Hendon ; drawn 

about 1750: 1 f. x 4} in. [ifr xxix, so. c] 
A colored view of Osterley House, the seat of Robert Child, Esq., 

now of the Earl of Jersey, in the parish of Heston ; drawn 

in 1786: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [* xxx. 33. a.] 

A colored general view of the new barracks on Hounslow 
Heath, in the parish of Heston, for the light-horse ; drawn 
I 1803 : 1 f. X 7 in. [* xxx. 3. ft.] 
Highgate, in the parish of Homsey. See Hobnskv. 



14 MIDDLBSB3C. (illGHGATE.) 

Holly Lodge, on Highgale Hill, id ihc parish of St. Pancras. 
See St. PiNCBAS. 

A colored south view of Horosey Church : 1 1 j- ic. x B in. [# 
xzx, 9. c] 

Elevations and plans of the south door and south chancel door 
of Homsey Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 io. [Add. 6739. ff. 53. T2,] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of the ivindows of the aisles of 
Honisey Church ; drawn by the Kev. Thomas Kenich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. iv, is. », ir. m.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the chancel of Homsey 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. fol. t.] 

An engraved plan of an estate at Homsey, bounded by tlie 
roads from Crouch End and Muswell Hill, sold 23 May, 
1810; Buneyed by John Prickett, of Hlghgate ; with addi- 
ditions in manuscript: 1 f. 4 in. x ] f. 1 in. [Add. 
12,5^5. rf.] 

A colored plan of an estate situated at Homsey, bounded by 
the roads from Crouch End and Muswell Hill ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago : 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. [Add. 12,545. e.] 

A colored view of an old house near tlie gate at Highgale, in 
the pariah of Homsey : 8J in. x 6} in. [sli xxx, 1. i. e.] 

A colored " section of the proposed tunnel for the Highgale 
Archway, London, April 20, 1811, J, Ronnie;" drawn by 
R. H. Jago : 1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. [Add. 12,545. a.] 

Two colored sections " of a tunnel for the proposed Highgale 
Archway; by R. H. Jago, Engineer, 1812:" each 1 f. 1 in. 
X 1 f. [Add. 12,645. b,c.] 

Horseferry, at Westminster. Sec Westminster, St. John. 

Hounslow, in the parish of Heston. See Heston. 

Hudson's Bay House, ui Fenchurch Street. See London, 
Lanffboum, 

Hyde Park. Seo Westminster, St. Margaret. 

8l. James's Church, Palace, Square, and SlrecL See West- 

MINSTER, St. James. 
Si. James's Park; Uird-CngcWalk . See Westminster, .f/. 

Maryarvl. 



MIDDLESEX. (KENSINGTON.) lA 

StTameB''s Park; the Mall. See Westminster, St. Martin 
in the Fields. 

St. John's Gate, Clerkenwell. See Clehkenweli.. 

Dr. Johnson's House, in Bolt Court, Fleet Street. See Lon- 
don, Farringdmi Without. 

Ironmongers' Hall, in Feochurch Street See London, Aid- 
gate. 

A colored draning of the sepulchral brass effigies of William 
Chase, Esq., (who died in 1544,) in Isleworth Church : 1 f. 
X 10 in. [4 iysons' Environs, vol. iii. p. iiii,] 

A colored drawing of the luonument, by Halfpenny, of Mrs. 
Anne Dash, or Tolson, in Isleworth Church ; 1 f. x 10 in. 
[Sr Li/sons' Etivirons, vol. iii. p. lOO.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Prlando Gee, Knt., 

(who died in 1705,) in Isleworth Church : 1 f. X 10 in. [* 

Lysons' Environs, vol. iii, p. loi,] 
A colored drawing of the monument of George Keate, Esq., 

(who died in 1797,) in Isleworth Church: 1 f. x 10 in. [* 

Lysons" Environs, vol. iii. p. io5.] 

A colored view of the river front of Shrewsbury House, Isle- 
worth : " as it was in 1796, since taken down, and now no 
vestiges of it remain:" 9 in. x 5j in. [dr Lysona" Envi- 
rons, vol. iii. p. 93-1 

A colored plan of an estate in the parish of Isleworth, on the 
road from Wyke Green to Brentford, late the property of 
Mr. Joseph Clements ; drawn on a scale of one chain to an 
inch, by R. H. Jago : 2 f. x 1 f 7 in. {Add. 12,545./.] 

A colored view of the iron bridge over the canal in the Duke 
of Northumberland's Park, at Sion, in the parish of Isle- 
worth, with the west front of Sion House ; 1 f. SJ in. x lOj^ 
in. i'k XXX. 3-1./] 

A colored front view of the calico printing works at Isleworth : 
1 t 4 in. X 10 in. [A xxx. a. y.] 

A colored ■ view of the mills at the calico printing grounds, 
I.sleworth; drawn in 1795: 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [ft xxx. 
5. A.] 

St. Katharine's Hospital, by the Tower. See London, Port- 
token. 

A colored plan of an estate situate at Kensall Green, in the 
parish of Kensington, belonging to Thomas Harrison, Esq., 



16 MIDDLESEX. (UMEHOUSE.) 

bounded by the Harrow Road, the Birmingham Railway, and 
Mitre Lane ; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a scale of one chain 
to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 12,535. i .] 

An outline plan of the same, with additions and particulars ; 
drawn on the same scale : 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 
12,535. A.] 

Two colored plans of the same, on a smaller scale : each 1 f. 
3 in. X 9 in. [Add. 12,535. /. m.] 

A colored plan of the proposed extension of the Kensington 
Canal to the Grand Junction Canal at Paddington ; drawn 
by R. H. Jago, on a scale of four chains to an inch : 3 f 8 
in. X 2 f. 2 in. [Add. 12,545, g.] 

A colr>red section on the line of the proposed canal from 
Paddington to the Grand Junction Canal, near Westbouni 
Green, Paddington ; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a scale of 20 
inches to a mile : 4 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 12,545. A.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of the Rev. Richard Har- 
rison, (who died in 1793,) in Brompton Chapel, in the parish 
of Kensington : 1 f. x 10 in. [d? Lysana* Environs^ vol. iii. 
p, i9r>.] 

KcnHington Gardens and Palace. See Westminster, St Mar- 
garei, 

Keiitisli Town, in the parish of St. Pancras. Sec St. Pancras. 

Kilb<;m Abbey, in the parish of St John, Hampstead. See 

llAMrsTKAI). 

King*s lUiail, in the parish of Chelsea. See Chelsea. 

King's Printing House, in Printing House Square, Blackfriars. 
H«;« l/iNiKiN, Farringdan Within. 

liAudcrdalc llousii. Bee IjONDON, Aldersgate. 

\ ^mihi^tmiWirrtC ilall, in Great St. Helen's. Sec London, £e- 
nlurjmgal^, 

tMntutkU^.r Hquari}. Kc'o Westminster, St. Martin in tJie 

VitU'MW pliins, i^liiviitjons, and sections of St. Anne's Church, 
\AU\i^unm'.^ b<;iiig th«i originul designs of Nicholas Ilawks- 
ifiofir, iImi Mvh\U*A'X of ihu church. [^ win. si. 2.] 

VI/m 

t$. Kou^.lf phtMi with nii:uriurc'nu>utH and a section, of the 
rooff ofi 11 c:i 11I11 of t< 11 fi'<'t lo iin inch : *2 f. !2 in. x i f . 2 in. 



MIDULGSKX. [LI ME HOUSE.) 17 

h. c. OutltDC plans of iho ground fioor and at the springing 
of the arches ; on a scale of ten feet to an inch : each 1 f. G 
in. X 1 f. 

d. Outline elevation of the east end, with measurements : 
t f. 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. 

e. Outline elevation of one of the sides, on a scale of ten 
feet to an inch, with a sketch and plan of the tower : 1 f. 4 
in. X 1 f . 2 in. 

/. Elevation, in Indian ink, of the tower, and three 
plans at different stages, with measurements : 2 f. 2 in. X 
1 f. 8 in. 

g. Outline elevation of the west front; on a scale of ten 
feel to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. 

h. Outline elevation, with vadations, of " the west front of 
Waping Stepney, Aug, I7J4 ; " 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 

i. Outline elevation of the north side : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 

k. Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west front; on a scale 
of ten feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. 

/. m. K. Three sections, in outline, loolving west; two on a 
scale of five feet to an inch, the other tun feet to an inch. 

o. Section, in Indian ink, looking east; on a scale of ten 
feet to an inch : 1 f. x 11 in. 

p. Elevation, in Indian ink, of the east end ; on a scale of 
ten feet to an inch : 1 1 in. x 1 1 in. 

Eight plans, elevations, and sections of St. Anne's Church, 
Limchouse ; being part of the original drawings of Nicholas 
Hawlisnioor, the architect. [* xxviii. ii.] 



b. Plan of Uie brickwork in the foundation ; on a scale of 
eleven feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

c. Front elevation of the tower, with details and measure- 
ments : 2 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 6 in. 

d. North elevation of a design for the cliurch, diSerent 
from that which is erected ; on a scale of ten feet to an inch : 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 3 in. 

e. Front elevation of the tower of the preceding design ; 
it is inscribed, " the steeple to the plain church : " 1 f. 6 in. 

X 10 in. 

/. Another design for part of the tower ; on a larger scale : 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f, 2 in. 



18 MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 

y. Another design for tbe tofrer: 3 f. 4. in. x I f. 7 in. 

k. Elevations of ihc front and one of the sides of the lower 
partoftbetoH-eT,I719: 1 f. 10 in. x I f. 6 in. 

i. Elevation, with variations, of the east end of the chorcb : 
1 f. 8 in. X ! f. 2 in. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lincoln's Inn New Square, looldng 
north ; drawn by T. Maurer : 1 f. 5 in. x 9 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, VI. i6*.] 

A colored view of Lincoln's Inn Gate, taken from the Chapel 
Conrt: 8 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. 163.^ 

LOKDON, general plans. 

A " plan of the city and siihnrbs of London, as fortified by 
order of parliament in the years 1642 and 1643 ;" by Crom- 
well Mortimer, engraved by G. Vertue, in 1 738 ; with manu- 
script additions, shewing the works which could be traced 
in 1746, and slating that the plan was " copyed from ^Ven- 
ceslaus Hollar's map of England in 6 sheets, and traced from 
the remains and footsteps of tbe works, by Cromwell Morti- 
mer, M.D., Secretary of the Royal Society :" 1 f. 2 in. x 9} 
in. [ft XX. 16.} 

" An exact surveigh of tbe streets, lanes, and churches com- 
prehended within the ruins of the city of Loudon ; first de> 
scribed in six platts, in Deer. A. D. 1C66, by John Leeke, 
John Jennings, William Marr, William l>eybom, Thomas 
Strectu, und Richard Shortgravo ; and here reduced into one 
entire plait by mo John Leeke. Ity ihe order of the Rt. 
Hon. llio Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of 
thu «aid City ;" drawn ou vellum, ou a scale of 50 yards to 
nuinch; 4 f. 4 iu. x 1 f. 11 in. [JdJ. 5415. art. .S6.'] 

This liurvey was engraved by Vertue tn 172S, on a smaller 
scale ; a copy of liis eugrav ing is in dl xx. i7. The decisions 
of thu GommisKioucrs appointed to settle the claims of property 
uflor tile firu ure iu thu British Musvum, Add. 51M;3-5103. 

A " plan of llio city of London after iht) great fire in the year 
of our L»rd \<MQ; with thu moduli oftha new city according 
to thu dosigii iind propoiial of Sir Christopher Wren, Km., 
etc., for rebuilding Ihitruuri" drawn, "ox aiitographo archi- 
tecli," by II. IliiUhtirgh iu 1721, on a scale of 150 [yards?] 
to an Inch ; dodicat4;d lo Thonma, Earl of Pombroke : 2 f. 4 
in. X 1 f . 4 in. |* xx. ii. ,i.J 

Two rough |)laiiii of ihn wliarfu on thti north side of the Thames 
in Londiin, from WhiiiilViarii' Lann to Tower Dock; diawo 
about lUMO: t-uch 4 f. x tl jn. [AdtU d'JSH. If. ut. »«.] 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 1!) 

London. River Thames. [Sec also vol. i. pp. 100, 
10&-117.] 
A colored " sketch of the intended improvement in the port of 
London projected by F. Fortune, Esq.," for tide rivers, and 
tuining the course of the Thames in various places ; drawn 
by R. H. Jago, Engineer, on a scale of 80 chains to an inch : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 1 in. lAdd. 12,545. «.] 

A plan of the river Thames from London Bridge to Woolwich, 
with the proposed London Docks and the cut from New 
Gravel Lane to Blackwall; on a scale of 4^ inches to a 
mile; engraved by J. Gary, in 1794, from a survey by Daniel 
Alexander ; with colored additions in manuscript, shewing 
projects for an oval dock of 72 acres at the Isle of Dogs, and 
for a lat;ge dock of 180 acres near Kotherhithe, with a canal 
towards the Thames at Vauxhall: 1 f. 8 in. x 11 in. [df 

XI,. «.] 

These projects were afterwards engraved in the " City 
Plan," by U. Metcalf, for the Surveyor's Office at Guildhall ; 
a copy of which is in df xxi. 9S. 

*' A late survey (of the Thames from London Bridge to Deptford) 
by John Diston, of Lowestoff, pilot master and mariner;" 
an engraved plan, colored to shew a proposed division of 
the pool into three separate stations for shipping; with ma- 
nuscript explanation ; drawn on a scale of three furlongs to 
five inches: 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7^ in. [t& xxi. so.] 

Another copy of the preceding plan, with manuscript colored 
additions to shew " Mr. Wyat's plan " for three docks at the 
Isle of Dogs, on the site of the present West India Docks : 
1 f. Bin. X 11 in. [ffl xxi. iii.] 

A plan of the London Docks and of the Thames from London 
Bridge to Woolwich, engraved by J. Cary, from a survey by 
D. Alexander in Nov. 1796, on a scale of 400 yards to an 
inch ; described in manuscript as " the merchants' plan of 
the London Docks, 1799," and colored to shew the stations 
for ships in and above the pool between London Bridge and 
Deptford Creek; signed by " Wm. Vaughan": 1 f. Sin. x 
U in. [ib XXI. 18. 1.] 

*' Plan of the proposed London Docks," from a sun'ey by 
Daniel Alexander, 1796; engraved by W. Faden, in 1797, 
on a scale of 240 feet to an inch; colored to shew the 
ground granted to the Company by the Act of Parliament, 
with descriptions in manuscript, dated 13 May, 1799: 2 f, 4 
" . x I f. 9 in. [*xxi. 2^. I.] 

d2 



^0 MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 

Another copy of the preceding plan, colored to shew ^ Mr. 
John Wilkinson's plan (iron master) '^ for a cut across the 
Isle of Dogs, for a weir for pounding the water to make the 
river a still pool above Greenland Dock, and for canals to 
Deptford and Lambeth : 1 f. 8 in. x 11 in. [ffr xxi. 18. 2.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Frost Fair on the Thames, " Mundaj, 
February the 4, A^ 1681;'' drawn by Wyke : 2 f. 3 in. x 9^ 
in. [P. R. Crowle, viii. 144.] 

A colored view of fire works on the TPhames, apparently in the 
time of King William III. : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [Add. 
5238. 1.] 

City of London, arranged under the various Wards, 
Aldersgate, 
Two colored views (back and front) of Lauderdale House, in 
Aldersgate Street, with the interior of a room on the second 
floor, and the coat of arms (Spencer, with six quarterings) over 
the chimney-piece; being four drawings, made by C. Tomkins, 
in 1801: each 7 in. x b\ in. [P. R. Crowle, viii. io5.] 

Aldgate. 
Seven plans, elevations, sections, etc., in Indian ink, with mea- 
surements annexed, of the Church of St. Kathcrine Coleman, 
in Fenchurch Street, [d? xxiii. «2. ft.] 
viz.: 

1. Plan of the ground floor, shewing the pewing: 1 f 6 in. 
X 1 f . 

2. Plan of the foundation : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

3. Elevation of the west end: 1 f . 6 in. x 10 in. 

4. Elevation of the north side: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f . 1 in. 

5. Section of the east end : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

6. Plan of the ceiling: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

7. Plan and elevation of the pulpit, reading desk, and 
clerk's desk : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the crypt under the church of St. 
Michael, Aldgate : Q^ in. x 4 J in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. 24.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the Jews' Synagogue 
in Duke'^s Place: 8J in. x 6 J in. [P. R, Crowle, ix. 24.] 

An elevation, in Indian ink, of the front of Ironmongers' Hall, 
in Fenchurch Street; T. Holden, Architect: 8J^ in. x 7j^in. 
[P. R. Crowle, xii. i5i.] 

Billingsgate, 

A plan of ^^ Billingesgate, drawn in a MS. by Hugh Alley, 
citizen and plumber, 1598, in which he inveighs against 
engrossers and regraters, but without any argument to sup- 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 



" a. modero copy : SJ in. X 4^ in. [P. R. 



port his opinion; 
Crowle, X. ib.] 

Bis/iopsj/ate. 
A colored view of Little St. Helen's ; drawn by John Thomas 
Smith : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. H. Crowle, xii. iss.] 

A largo untinished drawing of the inner court of Leather- 
sellers' Hall, by T. Girtin : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in, [P. R. Crowle, 



A colored view of the ruins of Leathersellers' Hall, over the 
crypt of St, Helen's Monastery ; drawn by T, Girlin : 1 f . 1 
in. X 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, vii. lii.] 

A colored view of the crypt under St. Helen's, in Bishopagate 
Street; drawn by John Thomas Smith: 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, xir, lee.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir William Pickering, 
Knt., (who died in 1542,) in the church of Great St. Helen's ; 
on a scale of J inch to a foot : 1 f. x 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, 

XII. 13,').] 

A colored drawing of the figure of Sir William Pickering, on 
his monument in Great St. Helen's ; on a scale of I J incli to 
a foot; 11 in. X 6 in.: with a colored drawing of the in- 
scription, on a scale of 2 inches to a foot; 8 in. x G in. [/'. 
R. Crowle, xii. i36.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Alderman Richard 
Bond, (who died in 1576,) in the church of Great St. Helen's; 
on a scale of Ij^ inch to a fool: 10^ in. x 9J- in. [P. R. 
Crowle, XII. 137.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of William Bond, Esq., 
son of the above, and Captain of the City Trained Bands, 
who died in 1643 ; on a scale of ^ inch to a foot: 1 f. x 8 
in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. uu-] 

Two colored drawings of the monument of Sir Julius Csesar, 
Knt., Master of the Rolls and Chancellor of the Exchequer, 
(who died in 1636,) in the church of Great St. Helen's: each 
iO| in. X 7i in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. 137, i38.] 

A colored elevation of the central portion of old Bethlehem 
Hospital : 1 f. 6 in. x 10^ in. [Add. 5238. fol. 56.] 

A colored elevation of the pavilion at the west end of old 
Bethlehem Hospital in Moorfields: 11 m. x 11 in. [Add. 

-"18. S5.] 



22 MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 

Bridge Ward within. 

A view, in Indian ink, of London Bridge, the Custom House, 
Tower, etc.; drawn about 1740 [byMaurer?]: 1 £1 4 in. x 8 
in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. 63.] 

A colored view of London Bridge before the houses were re- 
moved; copied in 1801 by J. Varley, from an old drawing, 
apparently that by Samuel Scott in 1760, which was engraved 
by P. C. Canot, in 1761 ; on two sheets, together 3 f. 9 in. x 
1 f. 6 in. [P. R. Crowle, x. 23. 36.] 

Design for the Monument, on Iish Street Hill, to commemo- 
rate the fire of London ; [drawn by Sir Christopher Wren ?] 
on a scale of five feet to an inch : 4 f. x 9 in. [Add. 5238. 
fol. 78.] 

Design for the base and pedestal of the Monument; drawn on 
a scale of four feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 10 in. [Add. 
5238. fol. 72.] 

Five plans of the Monument at different stages, on a scale of 
about four feet to an inch. [Add. 5238. ff. 75, 76.] 

Design for the upper part of the Monument : 1 f. x 9 in. 
IJdd. 5238. fol. 77.] 

Design for an urn for the top of the Monument: 1 f. 1 in. x 
9^ in. [Add. H2SS. (61. 7u] 

Two designs for an obelisk with a Phoenix at the top, to com- 
foeuiorate Uie fire of lA)ndou ; drawn on a scale of 2f feet to 
an tucb : 1 f. 6 in. x 7 iu. [Add. 5238. flf. 73, 74.] 

\)*m^i for « ikUIUm; of tb^^ City of London, apparently intended 
Ui <>cw/ttM;iMor«Jk (2m^ fir<^ : If. x 9^ in. [Add. 5238. fol. 7o.] 

A r-4/W*i<l vjUiw id lUk iM tiUuf^h of 8t Peter-le-Poor, in Broad 

WiTMitt : i i. ^ iw. )< i t\i \u. [ir XXIV.] 

4 *>»A^/f^4 vju)w a4 A^tt^iu Vflsij^rf Church ; drawn by C. Tom- 
i.>.ut,Mi t>m.: ^ iu. / 6| Uh [P. H. Crowle, xii. 108.] 

4 */A*/f^4 » u*w 44 iUm' 4imH#/wm;*< fnmi of I )rapers' Hall, in Throg- 
MK'.rMM' i>i«tM^ ;j 4^'i^u Uf C, TorMkinn in 1803: 8 J in. x 4^^ 

A » u^%>^ >,v ^ v^iv»v ^y, *4 ^im ^ar«*tM'fl front of Drapers' Hall, in 
'r(W-vi{A^v**VvA* ^»M4ii«< : ^ >w / ft \n. t /'. R. Crowle, xii. 106.] 

Vm^^ av M^**«^ uij*^ *A <h<' ^j^/^MiNW^lf «»r inner court of Drapers* 
HvX^. t} **' / / ui, y^tf ^^v. rr ti.\ 

A *j»i'i(*^.%*^ i-s^^Y^y uif v^ 4u. }ft^tt,:^ $timiiii Drapers' Hall: 11 in. 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 23 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance fronl of Merchant Taylors' 
Hall, in Tlireadneedle Street : 7 in. x 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, 
XII. ao.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Merchant Taylora' 
Hall, in Threadneedle Street : 7 in. x b^ in. [sb xxv, 15. J.] 

A colored view of the entrance front of Merchant Taylors' Hall, 
in Thr£;^dneedle Street : 9j in. x SJ in. [P. R. Crowle, 
XII. 8L] 

A colored view of the entrance front of Merchant Taylors' Hall, 
in Threadneedle Street ; drawn by C.Tomkins, in 1803 : Sin. 
X 6J in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. as.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the first court or inner entrance to 
Merchant Taylors' Hall: 8 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. 

BO.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the first court or inner entrance of 
Merchant Taylors' Hall : 8 in. x 6 in. [* xxv. is. «,] 

A colored view of the first court or inner entrance of Merchant 
TayloiV Hall: 9J in. x 8 in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. 81.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the second or inner court of Merchant 
Taylors' Hall : 10 m. x 6 in. [ft xxv. 15. d.] 

A colored view of the second or inner court of Merchant Tay- 
lors' Hall; 8J in. x 8^^ in. [P. R, Crowle, xii. as.] 

A colored view of Sir James Houblon's house, in Winchester 
Street, London Wall ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 ; 8 in. 
X 51 in. [P. R. Ciowle, xii. 115.] 

A colored view of the inner court of Winchester House, in 
Winchester Street, London Wall ; drawn by C. Tomkius, in 
1801 : 8 in. X SJ in. [P. R. Crowle, xii. iw.] 

Drawing, in ink, of a stone with a Hebrew inscription, found 
in London Wall : 5^ in, x 3J in. [ft xxvn. %t. 2. S.] 

Candleicick. 
Flan, elevation, and section, in Indian ink, of the steeple of 
St. Michael's Church, Crooked Lane [now pulled down] : 
1 f. 7 in. X 11 in. [ft xxiii. 30.] 

\, modem copy of a view of " Escheape Market, from a very 
old drawing ; vide Dr. Combe ;" apparently of Queen Eliza- 
beth's time: 9 in. X Sin. [P. R. Crowle, x. n,] 

\ colored view of the Boar's Head, Eastchcap ; drawn by C. 
I, iu 1801 : 8 in. X 5^ in. {P. R. Crowle, x. 10,] 



24 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 



Castle Baynard. 
A view, in Indian ink, of " Baynard's Castle, on tLe river 
Thames, London," copied apparently from an old drawing ; 
10 in. X 7 in. \_<3i xxvii. a.] 

Cordwainers. 
A north elevation, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Antltolin: 
If. a in. X lOjin. [* xxin. i.] 

Plan of Bow Church, Chcapside, and of the Court of Arches, 
taken apparently before the fire of London ; drawn on a scale 
of 10 feet to an inch; 1 f. 4 in. x lOin. [^dd. 5238. 68.] 

Elevation and half section, in Indian ink, with plans at four 
different stages, of the steeple of SL Mary-le-Bow j drawn on 
a scale of 8i feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. \Add. 
5238. 6B.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west side of tlie steeple of St- 
Mary-le-Bow, with a section and four plans taken at different 
slages ; drawn by Nicholas Hawksmoor, on a scale of eight 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f 7 in. [A xxiii. S7. ft.] 
Engraved by H. Hulsbergh, in 1726. 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west side of the steeple of Bow 
Church : 1 f. 3 in. x 71 in. [* xxiii. g7./] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the west side of llie steeple of Dow 
Church : 1 f. 2 in, x 5 in. [tb xxni. w. g.] 

Comhill. 
Elevation, in Indian ink, of a design for the lower of Si. 
Micljael's Church, Combill, dated July 1716, and. endorsed 
" by Sir Christopher Wren ;" drawn on a scale of five feet to 
an inch: 3 f. 6 in. x 9 in. [A xxiii, °i>. ft.] 

Plan and elevation, in outline, of a design for the steeple of the 
church of St. Michael, Comhill; drawn by William Dickin- 
son, in May, 1716, on a scale of eight feet to an inch; S f, 
2 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [fi xxiii. ^9. o.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the north side of the church of St. 
Peter, Comhill : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [* x.xiv. s.] 
Cripplegate. 

An elevation, in Indian ink, of the tower of St. Alban's Church, 
Wood Street ; drawn on a scale of 6j feet to an inch : I f. 
8 in. X lOJ in. [d? xxiii. ^. i.] 

A i)lan of St. Alphagc's Church, London Wall; drawn on a 
scale of 15 feet to an inch: 1 f. 7in. x If. 1 in, [P.U, 
Crowlc, Till. 129,] 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 25 

A colored view of Barber Surgeons' Hall, in Monkwell Street, 
Cripplegate: 8 in. x 5j in. IP. Jt. Crowle.viir. las.] 

A colored view of the bact of Barber Surgeons' Hall, taken 
from the churchyard of St. Giles, Cripplegate: Sin. x 5i in. 
[P. R. Crowle, vm. iss.] 

A colored view of Sion College, London Wall : 8 in. x 5j in. 
[P. R. Crowle, vm. 131.] 

A colored view of the court of Sion College : 6 in. x 5} in. 
[P. R. Crowle, vm. 131.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Whittington'a House, in Grub Street 
[now Milton Street] : 8 in. x 6i in. [P. R. Crowle, vm. 

132.] 

Dowgate. 
Colored elevation of the house " for the Mines Royal [Copper 
Company] fronting Dowgate Hill," with admeasurements ; 
drawn by J, Peacock : 1 f. 2 in. x 10^ in. [S xxv. 16.] 

A colored view of the Steel Yard, in Thames Street ; drawn by 
C.Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 51 in. [P. R. Crowle, x. 76.] 

A colored view of Old Swan Stairs ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 
1801 : 8 in. X 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, xrv. 113.] 

Farringdon IVithin. 

A colored view of Blackfriars, taken from the river, shennng 

St Bride's and St. Paul's Churches ; drawn by " C. Tomkins, 

1801, from a drawing by Scott, taken before Blackfiyer's 

bridge was built :" 1 f. 5 in. x 8j in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. no.] 

A colored south-east view of Blacifriars' Bridge ; drawn about 
1800, by Miller : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 5 in. C* xxii. 37. m.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of old St. Paul's Church, London ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. {Add. 6759ifol. 

141.] 

Section and detaUs of the old church of St. Panl ; drawn in 
pen and ink, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. x 8 in. 
lAdd. 6735. ff. 15-47.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monument of Henry de I^acy, 
Earl of Lincoln, (who died in 1310,} in the old cathedral of 
St. Paul ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 3 in. 
{Add. 6728. fol. BO.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the crypt of old St. Faith's Church, 
under St. Paul's; drawn about 1650: 1 f. 2 in. x Oj in, 
{Harl. 2073. fol. ii.\ 

VOL. II. E 



■2G MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 

Plan, in pen and infe, of St. Faith's Church, under the castJ 
end of old St. Paul's Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomasl 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. so.] 

A TJew of St Paul's Cathedral, taken from the comer of the 
Asylum for Female Orphans, in the Westminster Bridge 
Road ; drawn in Indian ink, by Car. Way : 7 in. x 5^ in. 
[P. R. Crowle, ii. *.] 

The original slcetches, ten in number, drawn by Sir James 
Thombill for his paintings in the dome of St. Paul's Ca- 
thedral: each 7i in. x 5 in. IP. R. Crowle, xi.] 

Elet'atjon and section, in Indian ink, with plans at six dilTerenl 
stages, of the steeple of the church of St. Vedast, Foster 
Lane ; dran'n on a scale of six feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x 
1 f. 8 in. [tt X.1IV. 6.] 

A colored elevation of " Chcapside Obelisk ;" drawn on a scale 
of six feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [.Wrf. 5238. w.] 

A colored view of Apothecaries' Hall : 8 in. x 5^ in. [P. R. 
Crowle, VIII. 7o.] 

A largo colored view of the interior of the medicine room at 
Apothecaries' Hall ; [drawn by Donnich ? or Twisdon f] ; 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Crowle, viii. cy.] 

A colored view of the King's Printing House, [now " the Times" 
priming office,] in Printing House Square, BlackfHars : 8 in. 
X 5j in. [P. R. Crowle. Vlii. 7i),] 

A colored view of the Bell Savage Inn, on Ludgato Hill; 
drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1805: 8 in. x 5j in. [P. R. 
Crowle, vai. 71.] 

FarringdoH Without. 

V\fA and details, in pen and ink, with notes, of St. Bartholo- 
mew's Church, Smithfieldj drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 
4 in. lAdd. 0708. pp. 7a-a*.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Walter Mildmay, 
Knt., Chancellor of the Exchequer, founder of Emanuel 
College, Cambridge, (who died in 1589,} in the church of St. 
J3artliolomew, Smithfield : I f. 1 in. x 10 in. [* Pennatifs 
Ltmdon, p. 199.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Percival Smallpage, 
(who died in 1558,) in the church of St. Bartholomew the 
Great, Smithfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [* Pennant's Lon- 
don, p. iw.] 



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•37 



A colored " draught of ihe building for a cutting ward for tlie 
stone for St. Bartholomew's Hospital," erected al the sole 
charge of Sir Williaai Pritchard, Knt,, Lord Major of Lon- 
don, and president of the hospilal, a.d. 1691: If. 5 in. x 
1 f. 1 in. [A XXV. ji./.] 

An elevation, in pencil, of the upper part of the steeple of St. 
Bride's Church : Hi in. x 5 in. [* xxm. lo. «.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a plan of tho Temple Church ; 
copied from James Essex, by tho Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. iiia.] 

Sketches of details of architecture of the Temple Church, with 
notes ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. 
p. 5.] 

Four sketches, in pencil, of figures of the crusaders in the 
Temple Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : eacli 
8 in. X 4i in. [Add. 6730. ff. 3, 4.] 

Nineteen sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of the monu- 
ments of the crusaders in the Temple Church, with details ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich. lAdd. 6728. ff. 38-*i. 

4B-50. 65-6a. BO.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Temple, showing King's Bench 

Walk, Paper Buildings, and part of the Gardens ; drawn by 

T. Maurer : 1 f. 5 in. x 9 in. [P. R. Crowlc, vi. iie.] 
A colored view of the Temple Gate and Temple Bar ; drawn 

by Nash : 6^ in. x 5 in. [P. R. Bumey, 57.] 
K colored view of part of the Temple, shewing the cloisters and 

the church ; drawn by Nash : 6^ in. x 5j in. [P. R. Bur- 

ney, 58.] 
A colored view of the Fleet Prison: 8 in. x Sj in. [V. R. 

Crowie, VIII. 56.] 
A colored view of the Royal Society's House, in Crone Court, 

Fleet Street ; drawn by C. Tomldns, in 1801 : 8 in. x b\ in. 

[P. R. Crowie, xii. ii9.] 
A colored view of Dr. Johnson's bouse, in Bolt Court, Fleet 

Street; drawnbyC.Tomkins.in 1801; 8 in. x b\ in. [P.R. 

Crowie, VIII. a.] 
A colored view of old houses at the comer of Chancery Lane, 

Fleet Street; drawn by William Alexander: 9^ in. x 7 in. 

[Rii. Crowie, VIII. is.] 
A colored drawing of a figure of a boy placed against the wall 

of a house in Pye Comer, in West Smilbfield, in memory of 

the fire of London, " occasioned by tlie siu of gUillony:" 

Tj in, X 5\ iu. [A XXVII. 33. 3.] 

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38 MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 

Langboum. 

A series of twenty plans, elevations, nectious, etc., of the churd 
of St. Mary Woolnotb, in Lombard Street ; designed by Ni-^ 
cbolaa Hawksmoor, being the original drawings of tfae archi- 
tect; many of them have his notes and measurements. 
[^ XXIII. i«. 3.] 
viz.: 

a. Rough plan, in pen and ink, on a scale of nine feet to 
an inch : II}- in. x 7 in. 

b. Another plan, with variations ; on a scale of 8^ inches J 
to a foot: 1 f 2in. X 1 f. 

c. Outline plan at the springing of the arches of the roofj^ 
on a scale of ten feet to an inch : If. x 11 in. 

d. The same plan, in Indian ink ; on a scale of eight feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. 3 in. 

e. Outline plan ; on a scale of five feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f. 8 in. 

f. Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, " for St. Mary Wool- 
notb " [different from that erected] ; on a scale of ten feet to 
an inch : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

g. Elevation of the north side of the church, as erected ; 
on a scale of five feet to an inch : I f. 8 in. x 1 f, 8 in. 

i. Elevation of the west front ; on a scale of five feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. I in. 

k. Elei'ation of the west front ; on a scale of ten feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 2 in, x 9 in. 

/. Unfinished elevation of the south side, without the tower ; 
on a scale of five feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. 

m. Elevation of a porlionof oneof the sides, with details: 
2 f. 4 in. X I f. 7 in. 

n. Elevation of the north side of a design " for St. Mary 
Woolnotb," not executed ; on a scale of four feet to an inch : 
2 f. in. X I f. 8 in. 

0. Elevation of the west front of an unexecuted design, 
dilferent from the preceding ; on a scale of four feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 4 in. X I f. 7 in. 

p.q..r. Three elevations of the interior, with variations; 
on a scale of eight inches to a foot : each I f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

8. t. u. Three other elevations of the interior, different 
from tile preceding, and looking west ; on a scale of five feet 
to an inch : each I f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in, 

w. Elevation of the west front, without the tower; on a 
scale of two feel to an inch : 2 f. 2 in, x 1 f. 8 in. 
An elevation, in Indian ink, of the front of the Hudson's Bay 
House, ui Fonchurch Street : 6j in. x 5 in. IP. R. Crowie, 
XII. 131.] 



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29 



Dlored view of Uie sign of ihe Rose in Fenchurch Street, as 
it was iu the year 1730, " front a drawing in the possession 
of Mrs, Jones, of I'ulney, ivliose husband had the drawing 
made before he pulled the house down : " 1 f. X 9^ in. [tff 

XXVII. 32. 4.] 

Limestreet. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the East India House, in 1711 ; a 
copy from an old drawing : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [P. R. Crowle, 
XII. 51.] 

PoTtsoken. 

An outline plan for some projected new streets on Torter Hill ; 
drawn, apparently, about 1700, on a scale of *25 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 3 in. x If. [* xxi. \o. 3.] 

A survey of the parish of St. Katfaaiine's by the Tower, made 
in May and June, 16S0, by John Ogilby, on a scale of about 
70 feet to an inch. The original draft, with Uie measure- 
ment of every building and street marked ; on eight sheets, 
ivritten on both sides : each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f, 4^ in., and one 
portion of a sheet, 1 f . x Sin, [SloanCy 3254. *. i.] 

A survey of the pariah of St. Katharine's by the Towers being 
a fair copy of the preceding survey of John Ogilby ; on four 
sheets. [Sloane, .3254. a. 'i.] 
viz.: 

a. The north-western portion : 

b. The south-western portion : 
, c. The north-eastern portion : 

d. The south-eastern portion : 
A view, in Indian ink, of the monastery of St. Clare, iu the Mi- 
nories: 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. 3a.] 
Queenkithe. 
A colored view of Painter Stainers* Hall, in Little Trinity Lane : 

8 in. X 5^ iu. IP. R. Crowle, x. o3.] 
A colored view of Painter Stainers' Hall, in Little Trinity 
Lane; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801: 8 in, x iSj in. 
[P. R. Crowle, x. 9o.] 

Tower Ward and Tower Liberties. 
Sketch, iu pen and ink, of the great east window of All Hallows 
Church, Barking, Tower Hill ; drawn by the llcv. Thomas 
Kcrrich: 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747, fol. U.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the tower of the church 
of St. Dunstan-in-thc-East ; on a scale of 4^ feet to au inch : 
2 f. 4 iu. X 1 f. 8 iu. [ft xxiii. u. ii.) 



1 {. A^ in. X 10 in. 

1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 5 in. 

1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4J in. 

: 1 f. 9 in. 



30 



MIDDLESEX. (LONDON.) 



A colored plan of the proposed quays between London Bridge 
and the Tower, and a design for widening the streets between 
Tower Street and the river, dated, " Surveyor's Office, Guild- 
hall, 1796 ;'" drawn on a scale of 55 feet to an inch : 4 f. x 
2 f. 2 in. [ib XXL 2B.] 

This is the plan proposed by James Peacock, Surveyor to 
the city of London; it was engraved on a smaller scale. See 
A XXI. 39. a. 

An exact colored plan of the Tower of London ; drawn in 1725, 
on a scale of 80 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 
.txiv. 93. a.] 

" The profil of the Tower of London, in the east part next St. 
Katheiine's, being the breadth of the ditch wall;" drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of W feet to an inch : 1 f. d^ in. x 
1 f. [P. R. Crowle, ix. 55.] 

A view of the Tower of London, from the wharf; drawn and 
tinted upon old paper, but probably a modern forgery : 10 in. 
X 1 f. IJ in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. oo.] 

A colored view of the entrance of the Tower ; drawn by C. 
Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x Sj^ in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. ts.] 

A " north-east aspect," in Indian ink, of the White Tower, in 
the Tower of London ; " drawn from Mr. Porster's parlour, 
12 May, 1782 " : 1 f. 8 in. x 10 in. [ft xxiv, as. k. i.] 

A colored view of the White Tower, from the Thames ; drawn 
in 1784 : 6^ in. X 4 in. [P. R. Crowle, l\. G4.] 

A colored view of the interior of the chapel in the White 
Tower; draini by C> Tomkins, in 1801 : 7j in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, ix. 67.] 

A colored view of the council chamber in the White Tower; 
drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 7j^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, IX. 6?,] 

A colored west view of the Beauchamp Tower, in the Tower 
of London ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 ; 7j^ in. x 6 in. 
IP. S. Crowle, ix. 7&.] 

Two colored views of the interior of the Beauchamp Tower ; 
drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1802 : each 8 in. x 5j in. [P. R. 
Crowle, L\, 76.] 

Two colored plans, with sections, of all the sides and recesses of 
the middle prison room in the Beauchamp Tower, wtLli copies 
of many of the inscriptions, and references to their respective 
places in the room; drawn in 1803, by C. Tomkins, on a 
scale of Ci feet to an inch ; 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, IX, 77.] 



M1DDLF.SEX. [LONDON.) 31 

^B^es of twenty colored drawings of llie various inscriptions 
aiid carvings, by prisoners, in tbe middle prison room in the 
Beancbamp Tower i drawn by C. Tomkins. [i*. R. Crowie, 

IX. 79-82.] 

A colored view of tbe interior of the upper prison room in tbe 
Beaucfaamp Tower ; drawn by C. Tomkins ; willi copies of 
the inscriptions : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in, [P. R. Crowie, ix. tb.] 

A colored plan of the upper prison room in the Beancbamp 
Tower ; drawn by C. Tomkins, on a scale of 6j feet to an 
inch: II in. x 6 in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. t8.] 

A colored view of the Bloody Tower, in the Tower of London ; 
drawn in 1784: 6 in. x 4 in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. 69.] 

A colored north view of the Bloody Tower, in the Tower of 
London ; drawn in 1801, by C. Tomkins : 7^ in. x G in. 
[P. R. Crowie, ix. 7i.] 

A colored view of tlie Wakefield Tower and the Record Office, 
in the Tower; drawn by C. Tonikins, in 1801: 7^ in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Crowie, ix. 7*.] 

A colored view of the interior of the Record Office, in the 
Wakefield Tower ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in tSOI : 7^^ in. x 

6 in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. 74,] 

A colored south view of the Traitors' Gate, in the Tower ; 
drawn by C. Tomkins in 1801 : 7 J in. x 6 in. [P. R. Crowie, 

IX. 71.] 

A colored drawing of the monuments of Sir Richard Blount, 
who died in 1504, and Sir Michael Blount, who died in 1592, 
both being Lieutenants of the Tower, in St. Peter's Chapel ; 
drawn by C. Tomkins : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f, [P. R. Crowie, is. 

103.] 

A colored drying of the monument of Sir Richard Chol- 
mondeley. Lieutenant of the Tower temp. Hen. VII., in Si. 
Peter's Chapel: 1 f. x 9J in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. loi.;^, 

A drawing, in bistre, of tbe figures of Sir Richard Cholmondc- 
ley and bis lady, on their tomb in St. Peter's Chapel : 1 f. x 

7 in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. io5.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of the family of George 
Payler, Esq., Master Surveyor of the Ordnance, in St. Peter's 
Chapel : 11 in. x 8j^ in. [P. R. Crowie, ix. io6.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of " tbe groat door to the armoury in 
the Tower, by Mr. G. Gray ;" drawn about 1 780 : 1 f. 6 in. x 
1 f. 2 in. [ffl XXIV. J3. ;;,] 



MIDDLESBX. (LONDON.) 



A colored view of ihe Jewel Office, in the Tower ; drawn i 
1784 : 6J in. X 4 in. [P. X. Crowle, ix. 69.] 



Plans and elevation, in Indian ink, < 
built in the Tower of London, aiim 
of five feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in, ) 



jf " the New Main Guard, 
o 1717 ;" drawn on a scale 
c 1 f. 5 in. [A XXIV. e.i. ».] 

Colored plan, elevation, and section of the guard bed of the 
new guard room in the Tower, 1717; drawn on a scale of 
two feet lo an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f . 6 in. [* xxiv. 23. o.] 

Colored plan, elevation, and section of the carriage shed in 
Cole Harbour, in ihe Tower, anno 1717; drawn on a scale 
of 10 feet to an inch: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. ; with an eleva- 
tion of the door at the end of the same, on a scale of 1^ 
inch to a foot, and of one of the pipe beads, on a scale of 
Iwo inches to a foot : 1 f. 2 in. x lOj in. [d; xxiv. 23. p. y.] 

A colored plan of the " New Barracks " in the Tower, " pre- 
pared to be built by Mr. D. Campbell, 1752 ;" drawn on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch ; 1 f. S in. x I f. 7 in. [dl xxiv. 

23. /.] 

Colored plan and section of the Irish Barracks; in the Tower, 
1752 ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 
9i in.; accompanied by a MS. Report, written by Dugald 
Campbell, countersigned bv J. H. Bastide. [di xxiv. as. m.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the Com Market, in Mark Lane, Lon- 
don ; drawn by James Essex ; 4 in. x 4 in. [_Add. 67S9. p. 

16.3 

A colored view of the old Trinity Hoiise, in Water Lane : 8 in. 
X 3 in. [P. R. Crowle, x. it.] 

A colored view of the old Trinity House, in Water Lane; 
drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5^ in. [P. R. 
Crowle, X. 7.] 

Vintry. 
OutlSe elevation and section of the tower of the clinrch of 

St. James, Garlick Hilhe, with plans at five diScrent stages: 

1 f. 7 in. X 9 in. [S xxiii. i9.] 
Elevation and section, with plans at four different stages, of 

the steeple of the church of St Michael, Paternoster Royal, 

in College Hill, Tliames Street : 1 f. 7 in. X 9^ in. [ft xxiii. 

A colored view of Three Cranes Wharf, in Upper Thames 
Street; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x Sj in. 
[P. R. Crowle, X. bi.] 



MIDDLESEX. (MABV-LF-BONE.) 



83 



Walbrook. 

Elevation and section, with plans at four different stages, of the 
steeple of St. Stephen's Church, Walbrook ; drawn on a. scale 
of eight feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 9 J in. [S xxiv. 6. a.] 

A highly finished elevation, in Indian ink, of the west side of 
the Mansion House , drawn ou a scale of eight feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 6 in. X 11 in. [* xxiv. i4. f] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the K^nsion House, drawn by [T. 
Maurer ?] : 1 f. 4 in. x 9^ in. [P. R. Crowie, xr. in.] 



A colored view of Finsbury Square, in the parish of St. Luke, 
Old Street; drawn by Fisher: 4jin. X 2i in. [P. R. Crowie, 

VIII. 14S.] 

A colored view of Peerless Pool, in the City Road, in the pa- 
rish of St. Luke ; drawn by C. Toinkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 
5^ in. [P. fl. Crowie, viii. i;,y.] 

Mansion House. See London, Walbrook. 

View, in Indian ink, of Mary-le-bone Church ; drawn in May, 
1793, by S. H. Grimm; lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 
111. 1.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Edmund Dowce, 
Knt., (who died in 1644,) in Mary-le-boue Church : 1 f. x 10 
in. [lb Lyxons' Emirons, vol. iii. p. sw.] 

Colored drawings of the monumenU of Daniel Mac Gilchrist, 
Esq., (who died in 1783,) and of Giuseppe Baretti, in Mary- 
le-bono church : 1 f. x 10 in. [^ Lyscms' Environs, vo\. in. 

p. !70.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Mary-Ie-bone Palace, with two 
pencil drawings of the staircase ; drawn by M. Hooker : each 
10 in. X 7 in. [P. fi. Crowie, v. iii.] ^. 

View, in Indian ink, of a house at the comer of High Street, 
Mary-le-bone Park, drawn in June, 1793, by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [-P. R. Kaye, in. .t.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Hampslead and Highgate, as seen from 
Devonshire Street; drawn in June, 1793, by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaje, iii. s'.J 

View, in Indian ink, taken from Lady Kaye's dressing room, [in 
Devonshire Street?] at Mary-le-bone; drawn in May, 1793, 
by S. H, Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, in. »,] 



34 



HIDDLSSEZ. {ST. rANCBAS.) 



A narth ticw, in Indian ink, of Devonshire Street, MaTj4 
bone; dntra in Jnne, 1783, bjr S. H. GHmnf: 1(4^ in. X 
7J in. [P. R. Kare, ill. 3.] 

MerchantTaylon' Hall.JQ Threadneedle ScreeL See Loxdoh, 
frodc/ Slrset. 



the parish of St. 



Menx's brewerr, in Liqnorpond Street, i 

Andrew, Holborn. See St. Andkkw. 
Mews at Charing Cross. See WesTMniSTSB, Si. Martin 

the Fields. 

HiO Hin, in the parish of Hendon. See Hexdok. 
Mines Royal Companv. See London, Dotcgate. 
Monoroent of London. See London, Bridife Ward. 
Newcastle Hoose, Clerkenwell Green. See Cleskk swell. 
A colored plan, nn Tellum, of lands near the road &0Ht ifac 

chnrch at Stote Newington, " demised by indenlure to Mr. 

Shuckboi^h ;" snneyed Oct. 7, 1725, by John Woi^n ; 

drawn on a scale of three feet to an inch: 1 f. 7. in. x 11 in. 

[lb zxx. 10. g^ 
Norfolk House, Stisnd. See Westuinstbr, St. CTemetit 

Danes. 
North End, in the parish of Fnlham. See FtLHAM. 
A colored drawing of the monument of Robert Cfaeseman, Esq., 

(who died in 1547,) in Norwood Charch: 1 f. x 10 in. [^ 

Lysoini' EnriroR*, vul, iii, p. 3;9.] 
Nans' Hall, Clerkenwell. See Clebke>'wei.l. 
Old Swan Stairs. See London, Dotcgate. 
Opera House, in the Haymarket. See Westuinstki 

Jiimef. 
Osterley House, in the parish of Heston. See Hestoi*. 

PaiiriK-Stainers' Hal), in IJttle Trinity Lane. See LoVM 
Qtu&nkithe. 

Palace Yard. See Westminster, St. Margaret. 
Pall Mall. See Westsiixster, St. James. 
A colored drawing of an aacient monument in the old cbin 
of St. Pancras: 1 f. x 10 in. [^ Lgsmu' EnrirvnSf vqLfl 

p. 351.] 

A colored view of ifae south entrance into Kentish 
parish of St. Pancras; drawu about 1760: >- 

[* XXX. 6./.] 



tH 

i 



I 



UIDDLKSEX. (sT. PANCRA&.) 35 

A colored south-east view of Kenlisli Town Chapel ; drawn in 
1763: 11 in. X 7i^ in. [sfe xxx. <;. a.] 

A colored east view of the church at Kentish Town ; drawn 
about 1763 : 8J^ in. X 6j in. [d« xxx. 6. 4.] 

A colored south-west view of the chnrch at Kentish Town ; 
drawn about 1763 : 8^^ in. x 6j in. [A xxx. 6. c] 

A, colored south-east view of Kentish Town New Chapel ; 
drawn in 1787 : II in. x 7^ in. [fl xxx. 6. d.] 

A colored south-east view of the new chapel at Kentish Town : 
9J in. X 7J- in. [^ xxx. 6. e.] 

A colored plan of the proposed road from the chapel at Kentish 
Town to the Gale House at Highgate ; surveyed by R. H. 
Jago i drawn on a scale of Bve cliains to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 
5 in. [Add. 12,545. o.] 

A colored " front view of Mr. [Gregory] Bateman's house, [now 
belonging to Philip Kurd, Esq.,] at the foot of Highgate 
HiII> Kentish Town; drawn from the place, in 1784, by 
J. H. :" 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [* xxs. 6. ff.] 

A plan of Holly Lodge and grounds, the seat of Tliomas Coutts, 
Esq., and now of the Duke of St. Albans, on Highgate Hill, 
in the parish of St. Pancras ; drawn by R.. H. Jago : 2 f. 2 
in. X I f. 8 in. [Md. 12,545. p.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of the llev. George While- 
field, in the Methodist chapel in Totlenliam Court Road, St. 
Pancras: 1 f. x 10 in. [a Lysons' Enoirons, vol. iii. p. .^6i.] 

L.A colored drawing of the monument of John Bacon, the 
sculptor, it) Whitefield'fi Chapel, in Tottenham Court Road, 
St. Pancras : t f. X 10 in. [di Lysons' Environs, vol. iii. p. 

36«.] 

Pantheon, in Oxford Street. Sec Westminsteb, St. James. 

Parsons' Green, in the paridi ofFuIham. See Fclham. 
I St. Paul's Cathedral. Sou LoKnoN, Fnrringdon Within. 
I Peerless Puol, iu die itarish uf SL. Luke. Sec St. Lcke. 
I Penniless BanL, t'^i 'l< PivciunUy. Scu West.mi.nstei!, SI. 

§retprh(- ^.,i: I, ,,| 

Full 



36 MIDDLESEX. (sT. IEONAHD's, SIIOREDITCH.) 

Pinner, in the parish of Harrow on ihe Hill, See Habkow, 

Portugal Street Theatre. See Westminster, St. Clement 

Vanes. 
Pye Corner, in Smithfield. See London, Farrtngdon Without. 

A colored view of ihe Rolls Chapel, in Chancery Lane ; drawn 
by C. TomWns, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. 
155.] 

A colored drawing of the monunienl of Sir Richard Allington, 
(who died in 1561,) in the Rolls Chapel : 1 f. x 9} in. [P. 
R. Crowle, vi. to?.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Kdward, lirst Lord 
Bruce of Kinloss, Master of ihe Rolls, in ihe Rolls Chapel: 
1 f. X 91 in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. m.] 

A colored drawing of llie monument of John Yong, LL.D., 
Master of the Rolls, 1510-1517, in ihc Rolls Chapel: 1 f. x 
8i in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. isfi.] 

Royal Society's House, in Crane Court, Fleet Slreel. See 
London, Farringdon Without. 

Savoy Palace, in the Strand. See Westminster, St. Mary-U- 
Strand. 

Schomberg House, Pall Mall. See Westminster, St. James. 

A colored view of SeijeanlB' Inn, Chancery Lane: 7 in. x 8 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, vi. i«i.] 

A colored plan of an estate in St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 
bounded by the High Street, Old Slieet Road, Charlotte 
Street, and Bateman's Bow, sold Oct. 81, 1832; drawn by 
R. H. Jago : I f. 8 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 12,545. g.] 

Shoidder of Mutton Field, north of Piccadilly. See West- 
minster, St. Georije. 

Shrewsbury House, in Uleworth. See Islbworth. 

Sion College, Loudon Wall. See London, Cripplegate. 

Sion House, in the parish of Isleworlh. See Isleworth. 

Sloane Street, in the parish of Chelsea. See Chblsea. 

Sobo Sqaare. See Westminster, St. Anne. 

Somerset House, in the Strand. See Westminster, St. Marg- 
tc-Strand. 

South Bailie Lodge, iu Enfield and Kdip»"'"i .-"> 



MIDDLESEX. (SPITAL FIELDS.) 37 

Soutligate, in the parish of Edmontoa. See Edmonton. 

A series of plans, c-Ievalions, and sections, in Indian ink, of 

Christ Church, Spital Fields, built b^- NathaDiel Hawksmoor; 

some of them in the arcbitect's own hand. [* xxx. ii.] 

Tbey are as follow : 

rt. Ground plan of the foundation, or basement ; on a scale 

of 10 feel to an inch : I f. 11 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

b. An outline of the same plan, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. X 9 in. 

c. Plan of the floor ; on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
X 1 f. 2 in. 

d. An outline of the same plan ; on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : I f. x 9 in, 

e. An outline plan at the springing of the arches of the 
roof; on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X 11 in. 

J'. An outline plan, with schemes for the situation of the 
pulpit, font, and pews, in Hawksmoor's hand j on a scale of 
sis feet to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

g. An outline ground plan, with a scheme of the base of 
the tower; on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 

h. An outline ground plan, with variations, and inscribed 
in Hawksmoor's hand, " 1714, this plan correct;" on a scale 
of 10 feet to an inch : I f. 6 in. X I f. 

i. k. Two plans of the chancel and altar ; on a scale of eight 
feel to an inch. 

/. Ground plan, io outline, of the steps and portico ; on a 
scale of four feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. 

m. Elevation, in outline, of the north aide, and of the tower: 
2 f. X 1 f. 8 in. 

n. The same, on a smaller scale : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. 

o. Elevation, in outline, of the west front and tower: 2 f. 
2 in. X 1 f. 1 in. 

p. The same, on a smaller scale : 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. 

q. ElevalioD, in onlline, of the side of the middle part of 
the tower ; 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 

r. Elevation, in outline, of the front of the tower, with 
variations, notes, and measurements in Hawksmoor's hand; 
on a scale of five feet to an inch: 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

s. Elevations, in outline, of the south side and of the east 
and west ends of the church ; on a scale of seven feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 4 in. X I f. 8 in. 

t. Elevation of one of the sides : 3 f. 4 in. x I f. 2 in. 

w n.i-iiiinn jind dptails of the construction of the west 
witli the manner of walling in 
ire feet to an inch : I f, 7 in. 



1. 



c it in. 



MIDDLESEX. (sTEPNEY.) 



i colored view of Staines, 
in, [lb XXIX. 2. a, 6.] 



taken from the ri?er : 1 f. 1 in. x 9|' 



Sketches, in pen and ink, of the north door of Staines Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6759. fol. St.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Staines 
Church; drawn in July, 1805, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Jdd. 6748. fol. a.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Staines Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in 1805 : each 4 in. X 
, 3 in. lAdd. 6747. ff. r. 75. s?.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Staines Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 

590.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Cannons, in the parish of Little Stan- 
more, or Whitchurch, near Edgeware, the seal of D. O'Kclly, 
Esq. ; 7^ in, x 4^ in. [sfe xxx. es. c] 

Steel Yard, in Thames Street. See London, Dowgate. 

A colored 8.s.e. view of St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney ; 
drawn by J. W., in 1803 : 9^ in. x 6 in. [sfc xxviii. la. e.] 

A colored n.n.e. view of Stepney Church ; drawn by J. W,, 
in 1803-: 9^ in. x 6 in. [ifi xxviii. ib./.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Henry Colet, Knt., 
in Stepney Church : 1 f. x 10 in. [sft Lj/sms" Environs, 
vol. iii. p. 439.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of King John's Gate, at Stepney : 8 in. 
X 6 in. [ib XXVIII. 18. /.] 

A plan of an estate on the road from Bow to Old Ford, in the 
parish of Stepney ; drawn about 1780, on a scale of 30 feet 
to an inch: 2 f. x I f. in. iAdd. 12,208, b.] 

Stoke Newinglon. See Newington. 

Stone Bridge Field, north of Piccadilly. See Westminsteii, 
St. George. 

Stralford-le-Bow. See Bow. 

Strawberry Hill, in the parish of Twickenham. Sec Twicken- 
ham. 

The Temple. See London, Farringdon Withoal. 

Temple Bar. See London, Furringdon Wilkoul ; and West- 
minster, Si. Clement Dunes. 



MIDDLESEX. (TWICKENHAM.) 39 

Three Cranes Wharf, io Upper Thames Street, See London, 

Vinlry. 
Totliill Fields Bridewell. See Westmiksteb, St. Margaret. 
Drawings, in pen and ink, of three monumental brasses; viz., 

of Thomas Hymingham, 1512; of Humfray Povy, 2 Hen. 

VIII.; and of Walter Hunt, 1419, in Tottenham Church : 

9 in. X 7 in, [ft xxx, 17. c] 
Tottenham Court Road, in the parish of St. Pancras. See 

St. Panceas. 
Tower of London. See London, Tower Ward. 
Tower Hill. See London, Portsoken. 
Treasury, in St. James's Park. See Westminster, St. Marga- 



Trinity House, in Water Lane. See London, Tower Ward. 

Tumham Green, in the parish of Chiswick. See Chiswick. 

A colored view of the chancel end of Twickenham Church, 
with part of the north side: 1 f. x 10 in. [fi Lysons' En- 
virons, vol. iii. p. d79.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir Joseph Ashe, Bart-, 
(who died in 16S6,) on the south side of the altar of Twicken- 
ham Church : 1 f. x 10 in. [^ Lysons" Environs, vol. iii, p. 
579.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of John, Lord Berkeley, 
of Stratlon, (who died in 1678,) in Twickenham Church: 1 f. 
X 10 ill. [iti Lysons' Environs, vol. iii, p. 5ao,] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Mrs. Catharine Clivc, 
the actress, in Twickenham Church : 1 f. X 10 in. [ft Ly- 
sons' Environs, vol. iii. p. saa ] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Admiral Sir Chaloner 
Ogle, Knt., (who died in 1750,) m Twickenham Church : 1 f. 
X 10 in. [ft Lysona' Environs, vol. iii. p. sbi.] 

A colored drawing of the monument erected in Twickenham 
Church by Alexander Pope to the memory of his father : 
1 f. X lO'in. [ft Lysons' Environs, vol. iii. p. .'lao.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Alexander Pope, in 
Twickenham Church : ■ I f. 2 in. x 10 in. [ft Lysonx' En- 
virons, vol, iii, p, sao.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lord Strafford's house at Twicken- 
ham; drawn by A. Heckell, about 1740: 9 in. x 5j in, 
[ft XXX. i<>. 7.] 



40 MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTER.) 

A colored view of Mrs. Clive's house, near Strawberry Hill, in 
the parish of Twickenham : 7 in. x 6 in. [it? xxx. 36. /.] 

Two designs for an entrance *^ approved by Sir Wm. Stanhope, 
at Twittenham, for Ethrupe, 27 June, 1751 ;^ drawn on a 
scale of 6} feet to an inch : each 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [it? xxx. 

19. t. tP.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Mr. Ash's nursery, at Twickenham ; 
drawn by Edward Harding, in 1795 : 5 in. x 4^ in. [it? xxx. 
• 19. g.] 

A colored view of an oU mill, near Twickenham Common ; 
drawn in 1767 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10} in. [it? xxx. 19. u.] 

A colored back view of the oil mills formerly belonging to 
Messrs. Thackrah, on Twickenham Common : 1 f • 3 in. 
X 10 in. [it? XXX. 19. gg.] 

A colored inside view of the oil mills on Twickenham Com- 
mon : 1 f. 3 in. X 10 in. [it? xxx. 19. h A.] 

A colored view of the copper mills on Twickenham Common : 
1 f. 3 in. X 10 in. [it? xxx. 19. eeJ] 

A colored inside view of the copper mills on Twickenham 
Common : 1 f. 3in. x 1} in. [it? xxx. 19.//*.] 

Wembley, in the parish of Harrow. See Harrow. 

Westminster, general plans. 

A drawn copy, in Indian ink, of Faithome's Map of West- 
minster, 1658, on a scale of 150 yards to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 
8 in. [P. -R. Crowle, v. loi.] 

A rough plan, in pen and ink and pencil, tinted, of that part 
of Westminster which is situated between Drury Lane; 
Broad Street, St Giles's; Oxford Street; Little Berkeley 
Street ; and St James's Park ; drawn about 1 760, on a scale 
of 100 yards to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 9 in. i^it? xxi. i. 2.] 

A colored view of Westminster temp. Charles I., taken from 
the fields where Piccadilly now stands, shewing* " part of 
the village of Charing, the Clock Tower, and Palace Yard, 
Westminster Hall and Abbey, before the towers were built, 
the stone conduit now St. James's Square, Convent now St. 
James's House;'' copied from a drawing by Wenceslaus 
Hollar : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [it? xxi. 63.] 

Another copy is in P. R, Crowle, iv. lie. See p. 43. 

A view of Westminster, firom the Surrey shore, before the 
erection of Westminster Bridge ; drawn, in Indian ink, on 
tinted paper. [P. A Crowle, iii. 14«.] 



MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTER.) 41 

A large and highly finished perspective design, drawn in 
Indian ink, upon vellum, for Westminster Bridge ; it differs 
in some respects from that which was erected; on the centre 
arch is the date, 1740, and in the foreground is a figure of 
the city of Westminster resting on a shield of the arms of 
the Earl of Pembroke, and shewing the design to the deities 
of Thames and Isis : 3 f. x 1 f. 9J in. [P. R. Crowle, viii. 

52.] 

This is apparently the original design of Labelye, the 
architect of Westminster Bridge, who was greatly patron- 
ized by Henry, ninth Earl of Pembroke. 

Westminster, arranged under Parishes. 
St Anne J Soho. 

A tinted view of '^ Lord Bateman'^s House, in Soho Square, 
1 764 ;^ built by the Duke of Monmouth, and taken down in 
1773 : 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. [P. R. Crowle, v. 6i.] 

St. Clement Danes. 

A ground plan of the church of St. Clement Danes, in the 
Strand : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. 96.] 

A colored view of the west side of Temple Bar : 1 f. 8^^ in. x 
1 f. 2J in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. io6.] 

A plan of Norfolk House and the adjoining streets, Arundel 
Street, Surrey Street, etc., in the Strand, the property of the 
Duke of Norfolk ; drawn about 1720 : 2 f . x 1 f. 7 in. \sb 

XXI. 10. 4.] 

A colored view of Craven House, Drury Lane ; drawn about the 
year 1800 : 8^ in. x 5} in. [sH xxvii. 4.] 

A colored view of Craven House, in Drury Lane ; drawn by C. 
Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. se.] 

A colored view of the theatre in Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn 
Fields [now the porcelain warehouse of Messrs. Copeland 
and Garrett] ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5jin. 
[P. R. Crowle, vi. i68.] 

St. George^ Hanover Sqv>are» 

A colored plan of the land on the north side of Piccadilly, from 
St. James's Street, to ^^ the high road by Hyde Park, towards 
Tibum," [Park Lane,] divided into five fields, called " Penni- 
less Bank," " Little Brook Field," '' Stone Bridge Field," 
" Great Brook Field," " Mr. Audley's Land," and " Shoulder 
of Mutton Field," with schemes for projected streets ; drawn 
about the year 1700 : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1^ in. [^ xxii. i7.] 

VOL. II. o 



42 



MIDDLESEX. (WKSTMINSTKR.) 



A colored plan of a design [by Adams f] for new entrances to 
Hyde Park and St. James's Park, lo be combined with a 
new turnpike across the road at Uydc Park Comer; drawn 
in 1778, on a scale of 10 feet to an iocb : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 10 
ill. [ife XXVII. 36. a.] 

Plan and elevation, in Indian ink, of the proposed gateway to 
Westminster, al Hyde Park Corner [by Adams ?] ; drawn 
uu a scale of eigbt feet to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 6 in. : vnlb a 
manuscript estimate of the expense, amounting to £4071, 
dated 4 Nov. 1778. [ift xxvii. se. c] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the proposed gateway to 
Hyde Park, entering from Piccadilly [designed by Adams ?], 
and nearly resembhng the present entrance ; diawn on a 
scale of eight feet to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 6 in. ; accompanied 
with a manuscript estimate of tlie expense, dated 4 Nov. 
1778, amounting to £3050. [a? xxvii. <6. A.] 

A colored view of Curzon Street Chapel, Mayfair ; drawn by 
C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. X 5j in. [P R. Crowle, v. 5s.'] 

A colored view of Trinity Chapel, Conduit Street; drawn by 
C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 7 in. x (i in. [P. R. Crowle, v. se.] 

A colored view of Buckingham House, in St. James's Park: 
1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. {P. R. Crowle, v. uu] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Grosvenor Square ; drawn in 1741, 
by Thomas Maurer: 1 f, 6 in. x 10 in. [P. S. Crowle, 
XIV. 09.] •. 

It is the original of the engraving which was made by him 
and published by Bowles. 

A colored view of Ely House, the modem residence of the 
Bishops of Ely, in Dover Street, London ; drawn by ( 
Shepherd, in 1813: 9 in. x aj in. [fi viii. sy. a.] 

A colored view of Ely House, in Dover Street : 8 in. x 6 fal 
[P. R. Crowle, VII. 67.] 

St. Jamet. 

A ground plan of St. James's Church, in Westminster: 1 f-l 
in. X I f. 2 in. [P. R. Crowle, v. iss.] 

A colored plan of St. Janios's Palace, drawn about the yd 
1740, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 3 f. 1 io. x & C I ' 

[A XXVI. I. «.] 

A colored view of the Quern's IJ iti" 

ihc Nouth-wcst corner of SL 
the year 1800: I f. x 8j io 



MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINRTF.R.) 43 

Plan, in Indian ink, of the stables formerly attached to St. 
James's Palace ; containing " stables for 400 horse, dwelling- 
houses 33, coach-houses 2S or more, hay-bame and granary, 
and rideing house"; drawn about llie year 1700, on a 
scale of 66| feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x i f. I in. [ft xxvt. 

A colored plan of St. James's Square, with the names of the 
inhabitants; drawn about the year 1720, on a scale of 30 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 5024. S.] 

A colored copy "from an original drawing of Hollar's, taken by 
him from the spot, and is a view of Pall-Mall before the 
houses were built, tvith the stone conduit then standing 
therein, about the spot where the reservoir now is in St. 
James's Square:" 1 f. 8 in. x H in. [P. R. Crowie, iv. 

Another copy is in A xxi. &i. See p. 40. 

A colored view of the Opera House ; drawn by [C. Tomkins] ; 
8 in. X 5j in. : with a plan, 10 in. x 8 in. [P, B- Crowie, 
V. 33.] 

A colored view of the " inside of the King's Theatre Pantheon; " 
drawn from Uie stage, in 1791; 11 in. x 10 in. [ib sxv. 

,«. ,. J.] 

A colored view of Fenton's, late Pero's, Hotel, in St. James's 
Street; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1S05: 8 in. X SJ in. 
[P. R. Crowie, vni. gn.] ^ 

A colored view of Fouhert's Riding House and passage in 
Swallow Street; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 9J in. x 
in. [P. R. Crowie, v. ,jii.] 

A colored view of Schomberg House, Pall-Mali, (now the resi- 
dence of Messrs. Payne and Foss, Booksellers) : 7j in. x 
5J in. [P. R. Crowie, v. id.] 

St. John. 
A colored view of Sir Robert Grosvenor's House at Millbank, 
Westminster; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5j 
in. [P. R. Crowie, il. ;.o.] 

;olored view of some buildings on Millbank, Westminster: 
i^ in. X CJ in. [ffl XXViil. la./.] 

K colored view of the Horsefeny at Westminster, shewing Lam- 
"wlb Palace and Church ; drawn liy John Thomas Smilli r 
. X 9 in. [P. It. Crowie, ri. h-i.] 



44 MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTER.) 

St. Margaret. 

A colored south-west view of the Church of St. Margaret, 
Westminster; drawn by J. W., 1803 : 9j in. x 6^^ in. [sb 

XXIII. 24. a.] 

A ground plan, in Indian ink, of St. Margaret's Church, and a 
plan of their Majesties' box, and the Duchess of York'^s box, 
over the altar; drawn by Ed. Glanvill, 1792: 1 f 6 in. 
X 11 in. [it? XXIII. 94. d.] 

A colored plan and elevation of their Majesties' box in St. 
Margaret's Church ; drawn by Ed. Glanvill, in 1792, on a 
scale of five feet to an incli : I f. 6 in. x 1 1 in. [it? xxiii. 
J4. e.] 

A colored view of Old Palace Yard ; dra^Ti by Thomas Sand- 
by : 1 f. X 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, iii. 76.] 

An unfinished colored view of New Palace Yard ; it is appa- 
rently the original of that engraved and published by T. 
Malton, in 1782 : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [it? xxii. 13. c] 

A colored view of the north entrance to Westminster Hall ; 
drawn by T. Sandby : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Crowle, 

III. 95.] 

A colored view of the north end of the Jerusalem Chamber, as 
seen from the porch of Westminster Abbey : 8 in. x 7 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, in. i47.] 

A colored east view of the interior of the Painted Chamber, 
Westminster: 6 J in. x 6J in. [P. R. Crowle, in. i:«.] 

A colored view of the north-east of the Painted Chamber, 
Westminster, as seen from Cotton Garden : 6^ ip. x 6^ in. 
[P R, Crowle, in. i33.] 

A colored view " under the House of Lords, called Guy Vaux's 
cellar " ; drawn by John Thomas Smith : 8 in. x 7 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, iii. 144.] 

An outline drawing [by Bjp.? or L. Knyff ?] of the Palace at 
Whitehall, with Buckingham House, St. James's, etc. : 1 f. 
7^ in. X 1 f . 1 in. [P. /?. Crowle, rv. 4.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Whitehall ; drawn by T. Maurer : 
1 f. 4j in. X 8J in. [P. R. Crowle, iv. i4.] 

A colored view of Whitehall; drawn by [T. Sandby ?]: 1 f. 8 
in. X 1 f. 1 in. [P. R, Crowle, iv. i«.] 



k 



I * MIDULKSBX. (WESTMINSTEK.) 43 

A colored view of Whitehall Gateway, with additions, as iii- 
lended to Imve been erected by tlie Duke of Cumberland in 
Windsor Park: 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Crowle, iv. loo.] 

A colored " Survey of the conduits, etc., to Whitehall, St. 
James's, etc., I71S ;" distiugiiisbing the hard water comiog 
from Lord Harboroiigh's cellar, etc., in Mary-le-bone Street, 
from llie soft water springing from Hyde Park; "Hedge Lane 
and St. Martin's Lane ducts, conduits and mains out of re- 
pair by neglect and incroachmeDls of private persons ; " 
drawn on a scale of 100 yards to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x I f. 6 
in. [flj XXI. J. .i.] 

A colored view of the intended palace at Whitehall, as designed 
by Jiiigo Jones, taken Irom the gardens of Somerset House ; 
drawn by T. Sandby : S f. x 2 f. 6 iu. [P. K. Crowle, iv. 

A colored plan of Whitehall Chapel [the Banqueting House), 
as fitted up for some musical service ; drawn by J. Thomas 
Groves, in March, 1786, nu a scale of eight feet to an inch : 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [* xxvi. ;.. t.] 

A colored view of the distribution of his Majesty's Maundy by 
the sub-almoner, in the Chapel Royal, at Whitehall ; drawn 
in 1773, by S. H. Grimm : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [4 xxvi. b. r.] 
Engraved by James Basire, in 1777. 

A colored view of the distribution of his Majesty's Maundy by 
the sub-almoner, in the antl-chapel at Wliilehalt ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1773 : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f? 5 in. [A xxvi. 5. t..] 
Engraved by James Basire, in 1789. 

"The north view of the entrance into St. James's Park, ihro' 
Queen's Square, Westminster, by J no, Bowles"; drawn on 
vellum: 1 f. 2 in. x I f. {P. R. Crowle, iv. i,)7.] 

A colored vie.w of " the back of Whitehall, the Treasury, Horse 
Guards, etc.," being a view of the Privy Garden, looking 
north ; drawn about 1780, by Miller: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[<b XXVI. 5. o.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, with measurements, of the Treasury ; 
drawn about 1720, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. 
X 9 in. [fi XXV, 7. a.] 

A colored view of the interior of Tothill Fields' Bridewell ; 
drawn in IBOO: 8 in. x 6J in. [* P^inanfs Londoity 
p. 69.] 

A colored plan of Kensington Gardens and Palace ; distinguish- 
ing the grass to be in fine keeping, Uie lawn keeping, the 



46 MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTEB.) 

kitchen garden, and the mowing groand ; drawn about 1800, 
on a scale of 2| chains to an inch : 3 £ x 1 f. 8 in. : ac- 
companied with a written ^ survey and particular admeasure- 
ment,^ amounting to 304 acres, [it? xxviii. lo. d, i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Hermitage in Kensington Gar- 
dens: 11 in. X 9 in. [it? xxvni. lo. i.] 

A colored ^' plan of the barracks proposed to be built in Hyde 
Park, for his Majesties Foot Guards ;^ drawn about 1730, on 
a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 2 £ 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. \jb 
XXVI. 6. aJ] 

Colored elevation and plan of a design for barracks to contain 
2500 men and officers, proposed to be erected in the Bird- 
cage Walk, St James's Park, J. Johnson, architect ; drawn 
by Richard Elsam, in June, 1795, on a scale of 32 feet to 
an inch : 2 f 3 in. x 7^ in. \jb xxvi. 7. it^u u.] 

A plan, section, and half-elevation of the front of the barracks 
proposed to be built in Hyde Park for his Majesty's Foot 
Guards ; drawn in Indian ink, on a scale of 12 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [it? xxvi. 6. A.] 

A colored view of the "Minced Pye House," in Hyde Park; 
drawn about 1780 : S^ in. x 6^ in. [it? xxvi. 6. A.] 

St. Peter's Cathedral Chtirch, 

An unfinished colored drawing of Westminster Abbey and part 
of Cannon Row, Westminster, taken from a timber wharf on 
the Lambeth side ; drawn by T. Sandby : 1 f. 1 in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Crowle, i. 140.] 

A colored view of the interior of the nave of Westminster 
Abbey : 9 J in. x 6^ in. [P. R. Crowle, ii. 66.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the arches in 
Henry Ill.'s part of Westminster Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6738. fol. 45.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the arches of 
Westminster Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 
7 iu. x 4 in. [Add. 6737. fol. 7.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of three windows in Westminster 
Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6753. fi*. i96-i98.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows in Westminster 
Abbey ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. 

p. 132.] 



MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTER.) 47 

A 'colored " view of the Chantry Chapel in Westminster Abbey, 
over the tomb of Henry V., where the curious figures com- 
monly called the ragged regiment, now lie, [in 1786,] neg- 
lected and mouldering into dust:'' 1 f. x 10 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, II. 168.] 

• 

Two colored sketches of part of the remains of an ancient paint- 
ing, on the north-east face of the basement of King Edward 
the Confessor's Chapel, in Westminster Abbey, near the 
monument of Queen Eleanor; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff. 87, 88.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monument of Queen Philippa, in 
Westminster Abbey ; drawn, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6729. fol. 108.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monument of Aymer de Valence, Earl 
of Pembroke, in Westminster Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 89.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the monument of John of 
Eltham, third son of Edward III., in Westminster Abbey ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6728. ff. 116-118.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monument of Sir Bernard Bro- 
cas, (who died in 1399,) in Westminster Abbey ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 

156.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the monument of Giles, Lord 
Daubeny, (who died in 1500,) in Westminster Abbey ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6728. ff. «29,230.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the monument of William de 
Valence, (who died in 1296,) in Westminster Abbey ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6728. fol. 77.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, etc., in Henry VII.'s 
Chapel, in Westminster Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 88-91.] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door from the 
east cloister of Westminster Abbey; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 18.] 

A view^ in Indian ink, of the Chapter House, at Westminster : 
9 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, iii. 59.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance to the Chapter House, 
at Westminster : 6^ in. x 5^^ in. [P. R. Crowle, iii. 59.] 



4B MIDDLESEX. (WESTMINSTER.) 

St Martin im the Fields. 

A %'iew, in Indian ink, of Rosamond's Pond, in the Green 
Park ; drawn bj [T. Maurer ?]: I f. 6} in. x lOj in. [P. IL 

Crowle, IV. i«9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Rosamond's Pond, in the Green Park : 
6^ in. X 4^ in. [it? xxvi. 7. n. s.] 

A colored elevation and plan of a hermitage in the garden of 
the Green Park Lodge ; drawn on a scale of four feet to an 
inch: II in. x 8 in. {yb XXYI. 7. n. s.] 

A colored view of the building prepared for the firework in the 
Green Park, April, 1749 ; dn^wn bj Thomas Sandbj : 5 f. x 
I f. 2 in. [P. R. Crowle, v. 90.] 

An outline drawing of St James's Park ; drawn by a French 
artist, about 1700: II in. x 5^ in. [P. IL Crowle, iv. iteo.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Parade and old Horse Guards, in 
St. James's Park ; drawn by T. Maurer : 1 f. 4^ in. x 8^^ in. 
[P. R. Crowle, iv. 71.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Canal in St. James's Park; 
[drawn bj T. Maurer] : I f. 4 in. x 8 in. [P. R. Crowle, 

IV. 7J.] 

A colored ^' view of the encampment of guards, in St James's 
Park ; taken from Lord Amherst's house, 20 June, 1780, by 
Thomas Davies, Captain Royal Regiment of Artillery :" I f. 
7 in. X 1 1 in. [dl xxvi. 7. d. «.] 

A colored ** view of the encampment of the guards in St 
James's Park ; taken from the Queen's house, the 5th of July, 
1780, by Thomas Davies, Esq., Captain Royal Regiment of 
Artillery:" 1 f. 7 in. x 11 in. [it? xxvi. 7. d, 3.] 

A colored view of the camp in St. James's Park ; drawn by 
Paul Sandby, in 1781 : If 7 in. x 10 in. [P. K Crache- 
rode, 400.] 

A series of elevations and plans, in Indian ink, of a proposed 
design for a now street from Coventry Street through Lei- 
cester Square, Bear Street, Si. Martiu's Court, aud New 
Street, to U)o north side of Covent Garden ; drawn about the 
year 1780, on a scale of 25 feet to an inch. [Add, 8851.] 
viz.: 

1. Intended houses on the north side of Leicester Square : 
1 f . 9 in. X 7 in. 

2. NortliHidtioflkNirS*! ^ intended street tlirough 
St. Murtir* 



HIDDLBSBS. (WESTMINSTER.) 49 

3. Bear Street, intended new street, and New Street : 1 f. 
9 in. X 7 in. 

4. Variation of part of the precediDg: Sin. x 3^ in. 

5. Intended alteration of New Street: 1 f. 9 in. X I f. 
1 in. 

6. Intended alteration of Whilcombe Street : 1 f. 9 in, x 
7 in. 

A colored plan representing " Leicester Square as it will be 
when the basnn is made;" drawn abont the year 1720, on a 
Ecale of 30 feet to an inch : 1 f 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. : with a 
manuscript description. [<b xxii. si. a.J 

A view, in Indian ink, of Chaang Cross, looking east ; drawn 
by T. MauTcr : 1 f. 4j^ in. x 8J in. [P. R. Crowie, iv. jor.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the King's Mews, at Charing Cross ; 
drawn apparently about 1730, on a scale of about 26 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 2 f. [tb xxiv. 15. i. a.] 

A colored view of Charing Cross, looking west; drawn about 
1740: 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 4^ in. [P. R. Crowie, iv. loi.] 

Blevalion and plan of a design for an extensile mews, intended 
probably for Charing Cross ; drawn about 1720 : 1 f. 6 in. x 
I f. 2 in. [Add. 5238. fol. 89.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Lord Fife's house, one of the front 
next Whitehall, the other of the front next the river ; drawn 
about 1800 : each 6 in. x 4 in. [dr xxvii. 5.] 

A colored view of Lord Fife's house, at Whitehall, taken from 

the river; drawn by C.Tomkins, 1801 : 8 in. x 5J in. [P.R. 

Crowie, IV. fio.] 
A colored view of Fife House, Whitehall ; taken from the river : 

7i in. X 3J in. [P. R. Crowie, iv. 55.] 
A plan, in Indian ink, of the Adelphi Terrace and the adjoining 

streets ; drawn on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 £ 

6 in. [dr XXII. T. a.] 
A colored view of Adam Street, Adelpbi ; drawn by Shepherd : 

1 f. J in. X 9 in. [P. R. Bumey, U6.] 
A colored view of the Adelphi Terrace, firom the Thames ; 

drawn by Nash : 8| in. x 6 in. [P. B. Bumey, 9i.] 
A colored view of Garrick's house, No. 3, on the Adelphi Ter- 
race ; 9j in. x 6^ in. [P. R. Bumey, 90.] 
A colored view of York Buildings, Stairs, and Waterworks ; 

drawn by T. Sandby : 1 f. 9 in. x I f. 1 J in. [P. R. Crowie, 

V. 15T,] 

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HtDDLBSEX. (WESTMINSTEU.) 



A colored sketcli [by Rowlandsonf] of the interior of D: 
Lane Theatre, during tlie performance: 1 f. Sin. x ej in. 
[P. R. Bumey, a*.] 

A colored view of the old theatre, Drury Lane, the front which 

stood in Brydges Street ; drawn by Nash : 9 in. x in. IP. 

R. Bumey, 78.] 

St. Mary-le-Strand. 
A large colored view of old Somerset House and of London, 

taken from the garden, looking east; drawn by Thomas 

Sandby : 6 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 In. {P. R. Crowle, xiii.] 
A large colored view of Westminster, taken from the garden of 

old Somerset House ; drawn by T. Sandby : 6 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 

6i in. [P. R. Crowlc, xiii.] 
A colored view of old Somerset House with part of the gardens ; 

drawn by T. Sandby : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [P. R. Crowle, 

vr. 60,] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Somerset House and gardens; drawn 

by T. Maurer : 1 f. 5 in. x 9 in. {P. R. Crowle, vi. 43.] 
This is the ori^nnal of the engraving which was published 

by Bowles, in 1712. 
A colored view of the Strand, lookiug west, shewing Somerset 

House and St. Mary-le-Strand Church ; drawn by Thomas 

Sandby : 1 f. 1 in. x 1 1 in. [/*. R. Crowle, vi. b3.] 
A colored view of the Strand, looking east, shewing Somerset 

House and the church of St. Marj'-le-Straud ; drawn by 

Thomas Sandby : 1 f. I in. x ^ in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. bi.] 
A colored view of the south front of (new) Somerset House ; 

drawn by Thomas Sandhy : -2 f. 3 in. x I f. 7 in. [P. R. 

Crowlc, VI. 6a.] 
A colored view of the south side of the north front of Somerset 

House ; Ai&vra by Thomas Sandby : 1 f. in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[P. R. Crowle, vi. 31.] 
A colored view of the remains of the old Palace of the Savoy, 

in the Strand ; drawn by J. Prout, in 1803 : 1 1 in. x 8 in. 

[tir xxvii. 33. 3.] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of Durham House, Strand : 11} in. 

X 8 in. ]_P. R. Crowle, 160.] 
A colored view of Exeter Change, the original building: SJ^in. 

X 2J in. \P. R. Crowle, vi. «.] 
A colored view of Exeter Change, in the Strand ; drawn by 

C. Tomkins, in 1801: Hi in. x 8 in. [P. R. Crowle, 
VI. 4S.] 



MIDDLESEX. {«HITli:CH4rEL.) 51 

St. Paul. 
A plan of Covent Garden and tbe neighbourtiood, shewing the 

site of Bedford House ; drawn about 1080 : 1 f. 5j^ in. x 1 f. 

1 in. [P. n. Crowle, vi. 29.] 
A small plan, in outline, of Covent Garden and some of the ad- 
jacent streets : 6j in. x 4 J in. [P. R. Burney, aa.] 
A plan, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Paul, Covent Gar- 
den : 1 f. ej^ in. X 1 f. 1 J in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. 13.] 
A colored view of St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden, taken 

from the comer of James Street ; drawn by Thomas Sandby ; 

1 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. E. Crowle, vi. Si.] 
A colored view of Covent Garden, taken from the colonnade ; 

drawn hy Thomas Sandby : in an oral, 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 

[P. R. Crowle, vi. 19.] 
An ontline view of Covent Garden, looking west, taken firom 

the colonnade ; drawn by Thomas Sandby : I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 

8 in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. fo.] 
A colored view of Covent Garden, looking east, taken from the 

colonnade ; draivn by Thomas Sandby : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 8 

in, [P. R. Crowle, vi. ei.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Covent Garden, looking west ; drawn 

by T. Maurer: 1 f. 5 in. x 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, vi. **.] 
A colored view of Easty's Hotel, being No. 27 in Southampton 

Street, Covent Garden : 9jin. x 6^ in. [P. R. Burney, 89.] 



I 



Whitchurch, or Little Stanmore. See Stanmobe. 

A colored view of the theatre in Great Alie Street, Goodman's 
Fields, in the parish of Whitechapel, where Mr. Garrick 
made his first appearance in London, Oct. 19, 1741 ; it was 
burnt down in June, 1802; drawn by W, Capon, 6 Oct. 
1801 : 8J in. X 6^ in. [P. R. Burney, 74.] 

A colored view of the theatre in Goodman's Fields ; drawn by 
C. Tomkins, in 1801 : 8 in. x 5 J- in. [P. R. Crowle, ix. «.] 

An exact representation of the ceiling over the pit of the 
theatre in Great Alie Street, Goodman's Fields; sketched by 
Wm. Capon, in 17^, and drawn in Feb. 1816: 10 in. x 5i 
in. [P. R. Burney, 75.] 

Whitehall. See Westminster, St. Margaret. 

Whitfield's Chapel in Tottenham Court Road, in the parish of 
St. Pancras. See St. Pancbas. 

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MIDDLESEX. (WILLESDEN.) 



Whittington's House, in Grub Street See London, Cripple- 
gate. 

A colored plan of tlje mauors of Willesden and Brandsburj, in 
the parish of Willesden, co. Middlesex, belonging to the 
Kev. Lynch Burroughs, 1834; drawn on a scale of six 
chains to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 12,546./.] 

A plan of General Wynyard's estate at Willesden, surveyed in 
181Q ; drawn by R. H. Jago: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 
12,546. L] 

A survey of the parish of Willesden, on a large scale, traced on 
twelve sheets ; with a manuscript bey or index to the owners, 
occupiers, and contents. [Add. 13,546. a. i-i3.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Willesden j drawn by R. H. 
Jago, on a scale of 15 chains to an inch; 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 
6 in.] [Add. 12,646. 6.] 

An account of the claims of the freeholders, and the awards of 
the commissioners, Tho. Brown and J. Sellon, for inclosing 
and allotting the waste lands in tlie parish of Willesden, in 
the 3'earl816; printed, with engraved surveys of the lands, 
baying numerous manuscript notes and explanations. Small 
folio. [Add. 12,546. c] 

A colored plan and section of lands belonging to the prebend 
ofBransbury in the parish of Willesden, through which the 
[London and Birmingham] railway is to pass ; drawn on a 
scale of four chains to an inch : I f. 3 in. x 9^ in. [Add. 
12,546. J?.] 

A colored plan and section of lands belonging to the prebend 
of Willesden in the parish of Willesden, through which the 
[London and Birmingham^ railway is to pass ; drawn on a 
scale of four chains to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 9| in. [Add. 
12,546. A.] 

Two plans of Brent Fields in the parish of Willesden, with the 
allotments marked; drawn by R. H. Jago: each 3 f. 2 in. x 
2 in. [Add. 12,546. cf. c] 

Winchester House, in Winchester Street. See London, Broad 
Street. 

Yeading, in the parish of Hayes. See Haves. 

York Buildings' Stairs, etc. See Westminster, St. Martin 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 



A MAP of Abergavenny, ** copy'd from an original draught 
taken on the spot by Mr. Thomas Lewis, servant to Sir 
Edward Williams, Bart., Colonel of the Militia ; ^ drawn on 
a scale of four chains to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 4^ in. 
[d? XXXI. 5. a.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Aberga- 
venny Priory Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. X 6J in. lAdd. 6742. fol. 25.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a door in the Priory Church of 
Abergavenny ; drawn by the Kev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. 67.] 

A colored view of the bridge and waterfall on the coal-pit road 
near Abergavenny : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [d? xxxi. 5. c] 

A colored view of the iron mine and waterfall on the coal-pit 
road near Abergavenny : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [d? xxxi. 
5. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Chepstow Town and Castle ; drawn 
by A. B. Lens : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [d? xxxi. 6. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Chepstow Town and Castle, ^^ from 
Monmoth side;'' drawn by A. B. Lens: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. 
[jt xai. 6. b.] 

A view, in pencil, of Chepstow Castle: 1 f« x 7^ in. [d? 
XXXI. 6. /.] 

A view, in pencil, of Chepstow, taken from below the bridge ; 

drawn by Shepherd, in 1809 : 1 f. 3J^ in. x 9 in. [* 

XXXI. 6. m.] 



54 MONMOUTHSHIR£. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a door in the first court of Chepstow 
Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[4dd. 6739. fol. 24.] 

A ground plan of Langattock Parsonage House and outbuild- 
ings ; drawn on a scale of ^ inch to a foot : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 
6 in. [d? XXXI. 11. 2.] 

A sketch, in ink, of a stone figure of St. Veterinus, found in the 
chancel of the church at Llanvetherine, near Abergavenny : 
1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. \jb XXXI. 13. 1.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Ragland Castle : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 
3^ in. [d? XXXI. 14. cJ] 

A ground plan of Tintem Abbey ; drawn by W. C, July 7th, 
1787, on a scale of 15 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

[d? XXXI. 16. c] 

A colored view of Tintem Abbey ; " Marlow, del.*": 1 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f- [* XXX. 16. g. 1.] 

A colored view of the interior of the ruins of Tintem Abbey, 
by moonlight and torchlight: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [d? 

XXXI. 16./.] 

A view, in Indian ipk, of the interior of the east end of Tintem 
Abbey; dated Clifton, 21 Sept: 9 in. x 7 in. [d? xxxi. 
16. eJ] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of Tintem 
Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6747. fol. io5.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and a door in Tin- 
tem Abbey : drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 8. 64.] • 



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The draught of the map for the Great Levell:'' being the 
original drawing of Sir William Dugdale for the map show- 
ing the draining of the Great Level or Fens in Norfolk, 
Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, and Lincolnshire : 1 f. 3 
in. X If. [Add. 5011. fol. 506.] 

Engraved in Dugdale's History of Imbanking^ p. 416. 

A map o£ the Great Levell as it lay drowned ; drawn by Sir 
William Dugdale, on a scale of three miles to an inch : 1 f. 

3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. \Harl. 501 J. fol. 505.] 

Engraved in Dugdale's History of Imhanking^ p. 374. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tower of Alburgh Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. 

fol. 150.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of the south door 
and of windows in Alburgh Church; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6755. ff. 305. 

311, 312.] 

A north-east view, in pen and ink, of Aldeby Church ; drawn 
Aug. 8, 1815, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. fol. «98.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Aldeby 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. 178. 180.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west door of Aldeby 
Church, with diagrams to show the rationale of its con- 
struction ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 3 Sept. 1810 : 
8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6738. fol. 21.] 



S6 N0R70LE. 

Sketcli and details, with measuremeDts, of the great west door 
of Aldeby Church, and of the north-west buttress ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each G in. x 4 in. l^Add. 6754. 

ff. 158-154.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Aldeby 
Church ; drawn in 1815, by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 8 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 6744. fol. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a north window of the chancel of 
Aldeby Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 43.] 

Sketch and profile, in pen and ink, of a north window of the 
chancel of Aldehy Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. «759. fol. 4s.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors, etc., in 
Aldeby Churcli ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6733. ff. tis-iir.] 

Five stetches, in pen and ink, of doors and windows, with de- 
tails, in Aldeby Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Jrfd. 6750. ff. 131-136.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, etc., in Aldehy 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 
4 in. lAdd. 6755. ff. i7y. -ac-iw. 299.] 

Impressions from the sepulchral brass effigies of Richard Cal- 
thorp, Esq., (who died in 1554,] and Anne Hastings, his 
wife, [who died in 1562,) at the east end of the nave of 
Antingham Church : the size of the originals. [A xxxi. 45. 
1. a. b.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Attleburgh Church, " an old Norman 
church, made Gothic in the 14th and 15lh Centuries;" drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: C in. x 4 in. [.4dd. 6757. 

fol. 44.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Attleburgh Church ; drawn by 
the Rev, Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. 
fol. i«.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the great arch of llie tower 
of Alllebnrgh Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add 6758, fol. *?.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Attleburgh Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[^(W. 6747, ff. 6?. M.] 






Five sketches, in pen and iuli, of windows in Aylesham or 
Aylsh am Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 
6in. X i in. [Jdd. 6756. ff. i-4. 172.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the south window of the 
transept of Aylesham Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 iu. x 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. es.j 

Five sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of parts of Banham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 iu. x 
4 in. [Add. 6758. ff. 6^-6b.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Banham Church ; 

drawn by the R^v. Thomas Kerrich; each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6747. ff. 3, *, s. 3a. 4i. 63. 98.] 
A colored drawing, on velluni, and two sketches in pen and 

ink, with details, of the monument of Sir Hugh Bardolph, in 

Banham Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : each 

8 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6728. ff. 25-28.] 

Eight drawings, in Indian ink, witli details, of the monument 
of Sir Hugh Bardolph, in Banham Church ; drawn in 1769 
and 1779, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 9 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 6780. ff. is-eo.l 

A colored plan of the manor of Barton Bandieh, in the county 
of Norfolk, with the surrounding country, measured on the 
grand trigonometrical survey, by R. II. Jago, Civil Engineer 
and Land Surveyor ; drawn on a scale of 20 chains to an inch 
(or four inches to a mile): 2 f. 1 in. x ] f. 9 in. [Add. 
12,547.] 

A view, in pencil, of the interior of Beeston Abbey : ! f. x 8J^ 
in. [* XXXI. 15. s. 6.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Beeston Priory ; drawn " according to 
Mr. Edm. Barlele, Jun.," by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in 
1817; with a sketch of one of the feint arches in the inside 
of the choir : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 7, a.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of a plan, " my own plan," of 
Binham Church ; dra^vn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. no.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great west window 
of Binham Church ; drawn in 1823, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 675fJ. fol. I9,i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Bin- 
ham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : each 6 
4 in. [Add. 6758. ff. 47-49.] 

VOL. II. I 



i 



58 NORFOLK. 

A north-west view, in pencil, of the ruins of Binham Priory; 
drawn in July, 1791, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x 

5 in. [Jdd, 6735. fol. 22.] 

A west view, in pen and ink, of Binham Priory ; drawn in 1779, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 9J in. x 6j in. [Add. 6735. 
fol. 21.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the interior of the side of Binham 
Priory; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 11 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6735. fol. 23.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Bin- 
ham Priory; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 11 
in. X 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 22. 24, 25.] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, etc., in 
Great Bircham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 62-75.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great window of a north chapel 
or aisle of Great Bircham Church; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 178.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the door of South Birlingham 
Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. I4i.] 

An east view, in pen and ink, of Blakeney Church ; copied 
" from a drawing of young Earle of Cromer, Aug. 1827," by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 

17.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Blakeney 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[^cW. 6747.' fol. i2r.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Blick- 
ling Church ; drawn in 1823, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. i96, 197.] 

Plan of an estate belonging to Mr. Denton, in the parishes of 
Brandon and Weeting : 2 f . 6 in. x 2 f . [Add. 12,547. b.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a north window of the chancel of 
Brisingham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 2,>c.] 

Brook Hall, in the parish of Dersingham. See Dersingham. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the north front of Broom-holm or 
Bromeholm Priory, " a late Norman building south of the 
church," with a sketch of details; drawn in 1817, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6750. ff. 

36,37.] 



NORFOLK. 59 

Four plans, in pen and ink and pencil, of Buckenham Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 5 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6735. ff. 53-60.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of Burnham Deepdale Church, 
and a sketch of the north door ; drawn in 1784, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6756. ff. fos, 

«03.] 

Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of the ancient stone font in 
Burnham Deepdale Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. ii-is.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
Burnham Deepdale Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6736. fol. 95.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Burnham Norton Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; " my own plan :" 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6759. fol. 158.] 

View, in pencil, of Burnham Norton ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich, July 9, 1823: 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 6756. 
fol. «03. &.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the north and south doors of 
Burnham Norton Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 6?-7i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the north porch and door of 
Burnham Norton Church ; drawn by the Rer. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 48-54, 55.] 

Sketches, in Indian ink, of windows in Burnham Norton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6744. fol. S8.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, in Burnham Norton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. lir. i32.] 

Sketches and profiles, in pen and ink, of two windows of the 
chancel of Burnham Norton Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the aisles of 
Burnham Norton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 42.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, containing various architectural 
details of Burnham Norton Church; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 4t, 43.] 

i2 



Five sketcbes, in pen and ink, of the ancient slone font in 
Bornham Norton Chnrch ; drawn in 1791, br the Bev. 
Thonias Kcnich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 19-«5,1 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
BaTnham Norton Church ; dravn by the Rer. Thomas 
Keirich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6736. fol. 95.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the ruins of Bumham Norton Priory; 
dra»-n in 1769, by the Rer. Thomas Kenich: 8 in. x 6 in. 
iAdd. 6744. fol. 39.] 

Ten sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Bum- 
bam Priory ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
x 4 in. [Add. 6759, ff. 6, 7. ii-is.] 

Plan and deration, in Indian ink, of Bumham Oveiy Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : II in. x 6 in. l^Add. 

6735. fol. SB.J 
Plan, in pen and ink, of Bumham Oreiy Church ; drawn by 

the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; " my own plan :" 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6759. fol. 15S.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of Bumham Overy 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Keirich: each 11 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. m, «. -9, so.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of an ancient entrenchment on the rigJit 
hand of Uie road fixim Bumham Overy to Holkham ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in Sept. 17S7 : 6 iu. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6735. fol. fij.] 

Sketch, in pen and iDk,ofa window in the chancel of Bumham 
Thorp Chnrch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 iu. 
x4in. [J(W. 6751. fol. 9».] 

An outline drawing of the monumental brass effigies of Sir 
William Calthorp, (who died in 1420,) in Bumham Thorp 
Church; drawn in August, 1779, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 1 f. x 6 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 46.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, of Bumham flph Church, with 
diagrams lo shew the rationale of its constmction ; draivn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each S in. x 6 in. IAdd. 6745. 
ff. 6, »7.] 

Sketch of the west front, "as 1 iliink it was designed," and 
eleven sketches of windows and deuils, of Bumham Ulph 
Church ; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. im. its-isi. 155, lU. i**. W5. 901. sm, 



i 



Four sketches, in pen and ink, of details of ibe great arch of 
Burnhani Ulph Church ; drawn bj the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6739. ff. 7j-7r.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the door and porch of Bum- 
ham Ulph Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 iu. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. bs. 6i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a north window in Bumham Ulph 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 130.] 

A south view, in pen and ink, of Bumham Westgate Church ; 
drawn in 1781, by the Rev. Thoinas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. 
iAdd. 6759. fol. s.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Burnham West- 
gate Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
4 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6747. ff. i. i30.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of circular windows in Bum- 
bam Westgate Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 34.] 

Three sketches, in pen and iuk, of doors, windows, and archi- 
tectural details of Bumham Westgats Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. 

ff. 3-i.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of a sepulchral figure in Bumham 
Westgate Church ; " this figure was turned upon its face and 
made part of the floor of the N. aisle, and was taken up July, 
1823, and on the 24th I drew it;" by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. i94.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, of CasUe Acre Castle ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. X 6 in. [Add. 6735. 

ff. 72. 7B.1 

Plans, in pen and ink, of Castle Acre Castle, and of the Keep, 
with sketches of the buttresses; drawn by the Rei". Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 96-9J.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Castle Acre Castle: 1 f. 
1 in. X 6i- in. [* xxxr. m. c] 

Six. views, east, west, north, and south, in pen and ink, of CasUe 
Acre Caslie ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6735. ff. TS-rr.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the gate into the bass court of Castle 
Acre Castle; drawn in June, 1782, by the Rev, Thomas 
Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 99.] 



62 NORFOLK. 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Castle Acre Priorj- Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6759. fol. 

136.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, of Castle Acre Priory Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6753. ff. 103, lot.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Castle Acre Priory Church ; drawn in 
1789, by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6750. fol. ler.] 

A view, in pencil, of the interior of the west front of the ruins 
of Castle Acre Priory Church: 11 in. x 8 J in. [* xxxi. 

48. g.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of tlie interior of Castle Acre Priory 
Church, with details ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 
each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6753. fol. loi, 102.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the east side of the cloister of Castle 
Acre Priory Church ; drawn in 1795, by the Rev. Thomas 
EeiTich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6750. fol. 177.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west side of the north transept of 
Castle Acre Priory Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Eerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6750. fol. 175.] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, doors, and various 
architectural details of Castle Acre Priory Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6750. ff. 160-166, 168-iri. 176.] 

Various small sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details 
of Castle Acre Priory Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Eerrich. [Add. 6746. ff. 73. 79. si. 8J. 91, 95. 98, 99, 100. 104.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of Castleacre Priory 
Church ; drawn in 1786, by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : each 
7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 12-14.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the parish church of 
Castle Acre ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 4 in. x 

3 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 30.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Castle 
Acre Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 168.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of an uncommon moulding in Castle 
Acre Church ; dra\*Ti by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 4 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6756. fol. I86.] 



Varioiu plans, elerations, and details, in pen and ink and 
Indian ink, of Castle Rising Castle ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich. [Add. 6735. IT. loa-iou.] 

Sketcb, in pen and ink, of a window in Castle Hising Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
6757. fol. «.] 

Four sketches of architectural details of Castle Rising Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6759. ff. *3-J6.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of ihe tower of Castre Church ; 

drawn by James Essex : 6 in. X 4 in, [Add. 676y. p. i45.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Chedgrave 

Church ; drawn in 1819, by the Kev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 86.] 
Nine sketches, in pen and ink, of the uorlb and south doors, 

with measurements and details, of Cliedgi'ave Church; 

drawn in 1819, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6766. ff. st-'ju. as, 99.] 
North-west view, in pen and ink, of Cley Church, and two 

sketches of windows ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. itj, s9;h, v99.] 
A south-east view, in pencil, of Cley Church, " copied from a 

drawing by young Mr. EarJe, of Cromer, Sept. 1st, 1827;" 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6735. fol. 17.] 
Rough plan, in pen and ink, of Creak Abbey Church ; drawn 

in 1789, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6757. fol. 43.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, of Creak Abbey Chnrch ; drawn by the 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich; "my own plan:" 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 

6759. fol, 51.] 
Sketch, plan, and details, in pen and ink, of the octagonal stone 

font, etc., in South Creake Church ; drawn by tlie Rev. 

nionias Kenich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757, ff. pi-9i.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of four monumental brass effigies in 
• South Creake Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 6*.] 
Drawing, in pen and ink, of a " coffin stone, with the effigies of 

an abbot, (as it seems,) which lies now, with its face down- 
wards, at the gate of Mr. Robert Bulling, at North Creake ; 

it probably came from the Abbey, 1779;" drawn by the 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich : i f. x 6 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 7i.] 



Sketch, in pencil, of the south porch of Cromer Church, " as T 
think it was designed;" drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. X 6 in. lAdd. 6738. fol. no.] 

Numerous sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, and 
architectural details of Cromer Church; drawn in 1817, by 
the Rev. Thomas Kurrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. 

ff. 5, 6. 9, in. 16-32. a4-31. 46-55. 59-70. 1&1-15*. ISO. 16.1-I66, 
S96.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Cromer 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, Aug. 25, 1827: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 69.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Denton Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. i95.] 

Diagram to shew the rationale of the plan of tl>e chancel of 
Dersingham Church ; drawn in 1827, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6745. fol. ^4.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of the chancel 
of Dersingham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. bo.] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and dad's in 
Dersingham Churcli ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 43— it. .t9-5*. ss-fio.] 

Sketches, in jiencil, of wiadows, etc., in Dersin gham Church ; 
di'awn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: I f. x 7^ in. [Add. 
6742. fol. J3.] 

Sketch and plans, in peucil, of " the old house I was bom in, 
built in the reign of Queen Mary, by — PeU," t. e.. Brook 
Hall, in the parish of Dersingham ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6742. fol. j;.] 

Sketches of the north and south porches, and of part of a but- 
tress, of Diss Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thonuis Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 147. 149, i50.] 

Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of Diss Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in, 
[Add. 6755. ff. 370-377.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Docking Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6748. fol. 26.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Docking Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6744. fol. J5.] 



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NORFOLIC. It& 

sbes, in pen and ink, of windows in Dotmham 
Church ! drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 
3 in. [Md. 6748. ff. i. is. w.] 
Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the doors of Downham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 
3 in. [Jdd. 6739. ff. 44-17.] 
, Sight sketches, in pen and Ink, of windows in Downham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 

3 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 6, 7. @o. 74. 96. is9. i33.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of a buttress and windows in 
Downham Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each C in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. ere. aeo-aw.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Downham 
Church door ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 67&8. fol. 7.j 

> Sketch, in pen and ink, of a sculptured figure in Downham 
Church-yard ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 

3 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 3.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of details of the west door of Great Dun- 
ham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x ■ 

4 in. [Add. 6757. fol. 47.] 
East Harling. See Harling. 
East Winch. See Winch. 
Flan, in pen and ink, of Elmham Castle; chawn in April, 1785, 

by Ihe Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6735. 
fol. 1*0.] 
Wive sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Fakenham Church ', 
drawn in July, 1820, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 136-138. isa, 199,] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Fakenham 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each 4 in, x 

3 in. [Add. 6747. ff. S9-i5. 57, se-D 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Fakenham Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 

6744. fol. S4.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the south aisle of 

Fakenham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6753. fol. *5i.] 

to sketches, in pen and ink, of carved screens in Fakenham 
lurch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 
W 6758. ff. 78, 7S.] 



66 HOREOLK. 

Fire sketches, in pen and ink, of plan and windows of Pel- ' 
brigge Church; drawn in 1817 and 1821, by the Rev. 
Tliomas Kerrich ; each 6 iii. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 11, i«. 

I61-1&3.] 

Two sketches, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of Sir 
Robert de Bois, {who died in ISJl,) in Fersfield Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. x 6 in. 
[Add. 67S0. ff. 83, 81.] 

Outline drawing of ihe sepulchral figure of Sir Robert de Bois, 
in Fersfield Church; drawn in 1780, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 672H. fol. iii.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font in Finchara 
Church ; drawn by the Rew Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6736. fol. 96.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window iu Fordham Church ; 
drawn by tlie Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 iu. [Add. 
6756. fol. SM.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Frenze Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 
■ 6755. fol. 358.] 

South-west view, in pen and ink, of Frenze Church ; drawn by 

the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 

3.M.] • 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors in Frenze 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. s59-.^6:,.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, with three sketches of window.s, tlie south 

door, and a "recess for the elements of the altar," in Frenze 

Church ; drawn in July, 1814, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. lis-na.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the octagonal stone font in 
Frenze Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in July, 
1814: each 6 in. x 4 iu. [J(/</. 6755. ff. ik9-iji.] 

An outline drawing, in pen and ink, of the monumental brass 
effigies of Ralph Bleverhasset, Esq., (who died in 1475,) in 
Frenze Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in, x 
6 in. [Add.07-28.(o\.ti7.} 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the sepulchral figure of John Blever- 
basset, Esq., (who diet! in 1510,} in Frenze Church; drawn 
in 1769, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6728. fol. *M.j 



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NORFOLK 67 

Sketch, in peu and ink, of the sepulchral figure of Sir Thomas 

Bleverhasset, (who died in 1531,) in Frenze CImvch; drawn 

in 1709, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; "N.B. Julj, lfjl4, 1 

was again in Frenze Church, and found that this figure had 

been stolen:" 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. tM.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of ite windows of llie aisles of 

Garboldeshani Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 2«.] 
Sketch, in pen and int, of a south window of the chancel of 

O^arboldesbam Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 5.] 
Rough plan, in pen and ink, of Geldeston Church, with a 

sketch and measurements of the norih window of the chancel ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

lAdd. 6754. ff. 1B3, 189.] 
A north-west view, in pen and ink, of Gillingham Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6755. fol. 233.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, of Gillingham; drawn by the Rev, 

Thomas Kerrich; "my own plan, taken 1796": 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 6759. fol. 9*.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Gillingham 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6755. fol. in.] 
Three plans, in pen and ink, of Gillingham Church, with 

diagrams to shew the rationale of its construction ; drawn by 

the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6745. 

ff. 15-17.] 

Two plans and five sketches of various archlleclural delails of 
GiUingham Church ; drawn by tho Rev. Thomas Kerricli, in 
1706 : each (f in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. ii9-isi.] 

Thirteen sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, and 
various architectural delails, of Gillingham Church; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 

6755. ff. 172-177. aiS-lS^. ilia. 397.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of tlie west door of Gillingham Church, 
with diagrams to shew the rationale of its construction ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 8 in. x 6 in, [Add. 
67SS. fol. 15.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, with details and measurements, 
of the west and north doors, and of the arch to the apsis of 
'Dillingham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tiiomas Kerrich ; 
t in, X 4 in. [.4dd. 6754. ff. iw-i''4. i96.] 

K 2 



68 NORFOLK. 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Gimingham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 57, 68.] 

Eleven sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, and archi- 
tectural details of Gissing Church ; drawn in 1814, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ffl^ 

234-244.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of windows in Gissing Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. 

10.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Hadescoe or Haddiscoe Church , 
drawn in 1808, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. fol. 35.] 

North-west view, in pen and ink, of Haddiscoe Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
6754. fol. 37. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a recess, with a figure in high 
relief, over the south door of Haddiscoe Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 

23.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the porch of Haddiscoe Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6754. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window of the round steeple of 
Haddiscoe Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : G 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 24.] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen aud ink, of windows, doors, etc., in 
Haddiscoe Church; drawn in 1808 and 1810, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 86-94. 

159-16.3.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the north and south 
doors of Haddiscoe Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6758. ff. 19-22.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Hales Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6755. fol. isr.] 

A south-east view, in pen and ink, of Hales Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 

195.] 



I 



NOUFOLE. 69 

Diagrams to shew the construction of the north and south doors 
of Hales Church; drawn in Nov, 1815, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. [Add. G734. fol. io3,] 

Thirteen sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, columns, doors, 
windows, and architectural details of Hales Church; drawn 
by the Rev. Tlionias Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 
6755. fif. 181-iaG. 18B-194.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of three windows of East Harling 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. fol. 44.] 

A colored drawing of the figure of Sir William Chamberlain, 
K.G., in a window of East Harling Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in, x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 112.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the monument of 

Sir de Herling, in East Harling Church; drawn by 

the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. x 7 in. [Add. 6730. 

ff. 37-40.] 

A colored drawing of ihe figure of Sir Robert Wingfield, in a 
window of East Harling Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 672S. fol. so.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Harpley Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6747. fol. S4.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of pierced ornaments in the roof 
of the north aisle of Harpley Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 19.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of open work in the roof of the 
north aisle, and of windows, in Harpley Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6751. 

ff. 16J-171.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Heacham Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6759. fol. I37.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Heckingham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. C755. fol. 139.] 

Three sketches of the north and south doors, with details and 
measurements, of Heckingham Church ; drawn by tlie Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. ire- 
198.] - 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the soutli door of TFeckingham 
Church, with diagrams to shew the rationale of its construc- 
tion ; drawn in 1815, bythe Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 1 f. X 10 
[Add. 6734. fol, 103,] 



Sketches, in pen and ink, of details, with notes, of Heckingham 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, x 4 in. 

[Add. 6766. foi. 91.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west window of Hockwold 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6747. fol. 44.] 
Colored plans of the principal story and attic story of Holkham 

Hall, the seat of the Earl of Leicester; drawn on a scale of 

13 feet to an inch: each 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. [ti? xxxi. ia. b. c] 
Five highly finished colored elevations of the several sides of 

Holkham House, before the erection of the wings ; drawn on 

a. scale of 12} feet to an inch : each 1 f. 5 in. x 9j- in. [dr 

XXXI. 42. d. e. f. g. A.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Holm Church ; drawn 

by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in, x 4 in. [Add. 6756. 

fol. S83.] 
Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, and of the west 

door into the steeple, of Holt Church ; drawn in July, 1821, 

by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [AM. 

6756. ff. lea-iTo.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the chapel of Houghton in the Dale; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 

6755. fol. ifti.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the great cedar at Illington, as 
seen from the church-yard; drawn by S. H. Grimm: one 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f., the other 1 f. x 9J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows in liigoldsthorpe 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : S in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6756. fol. -B6.3 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Ingoldsthorpe Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 

67^4. fol. M.] 
A view, in pen and ink, of Captain PawJel's House at Kening- 

ball; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 8 in. x 6 in. 

[Add. 6734. fol. Ml.) 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of an arch in Kirby Cane Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6756. fol. 184.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the south aisle of 
North Lopham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753, fol. 233.] 



NOBFOLS. 7 I 

letcbes, in pen and ink, of arches, windowB, doors, etc., 
in Soulh Lopliam Cliurch; dra«-n by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Atld. 6753. fol. eaz-saa.] 

Three sbetchea, in pencil, of doors and windows in South Lop- 
faam Church : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6742. ff. a. lo.] 

Flan, in pen and iok, of St. Nicholas' Chapel at Lynn ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. 
fol. 95. i.] ■ 

Diagram to shew the rationale of the plan of St. Nicholas' 
Chape], Lynn; drawn in 1827, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. x6 in. [Add. 6745. fol. «.] 

P Twelve sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors in 
St. Nicholas' Chapel at Lynu ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6753. ff. 76-87.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a shaft in St. Nicholas' Chapel at 
Lynn ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
ZAdd. 6756. fol. ij5.] 

Rough plan and sketch, in pen and ink, of the Grey Friars, at 

»Lynn ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6756. ff. 179, IB0.] 
Soi 



I South view, plan, and two sketches of details, of the Red Mount, 
at Lynn ; drawn in 1822, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 17*-I7r.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the Duke's Head Inn, at Lynn; 
drawn by the the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. fol. le*.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the spire of Methwold Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6756. fol. 274.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window, etc., of Mundsley 

Church i drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6756. fol. 32.] 
Slight sketch, in pen and ink, of Newton Church, near Swaff- 

ham ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6766. fol. i«.] 

Newton Hall, in the parish of Walpole. See Walpole. 
North Creake. See Creake. 
North Lophara. See Lopham. 
North Walsham. See Walsham. 



72 NORFOLK. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Norton Cbnrch ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6765. 

fol. 20«.] 

" Plan de Norwich ;** being a colored plan, drawn about 1650, 
by a French artist, shewing the walls and churches : 2 f . x 
1 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 5.] 

Plan and sketches of details, in pen and ink, of Norwich 
Cathedral ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. pp. 55-70.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Norwich Cathedral; drawn by the Rer. 
T1]omas Kerrich, ^^ from Blomfield's plan, corrected a little*^ : 
6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 135.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the east end of the 
choir of Norwich Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. lor-iii.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of Norwich 
Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 6748. fol. S8.] 

« 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of an east window in 
Norwich Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 184.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of windows in Norwich Cathedral; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : . each 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6747. ff. «i. 74.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Norwich Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6751. ff. 172-174.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Norwich Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6744. fol. 12.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of various architectural details 
of Norwich Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. 112-116.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the door to the cloisters 
of Norwich Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 33.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in 
Norwich Cloisters ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. ff. 59-63.] 



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NORfOLK. 73 

?ro~altetches of details of the columns of the laias of the old 
church at Norwich, south of the cathedral ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. lao, 
HI.] 

Three Bketches, in pen and int, of windows in St. Andrew's 
Church, Norwich; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6748. ff. 54-56.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the tracery of the great east window of St. 
Andrew's Church, Norwich ; drawn by M. K[errich] : 6 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6768. fol. 53.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the aisla of 
St, Andrew's Hall, Norwich ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 2 in. {Add. G747. fol. as,] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of St. Clement's 

Church, at Norwich ; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 245.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the east window of St. Clement's 

Church, Norwich; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 

X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 23,..] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great cast window of St. John's 
Church, Madder Market, Norwich; drawn by the Rev. 
'ITiomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6747. fol. 51.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in St. John's 
Church, Madder Market, Norwich ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6748. ff. 51-53.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the vaulting of the Qorth porch of 
the church of St. Peter's Mancroft, at Norwich ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 io. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6766. fol. 

7S.] 

Twb sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in St. Peter's 

Church, Norwich; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 

each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 19. so.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of an upper window of the steeple of 

St. Peter's Church, Norwich ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 

Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 3i.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in St. Stephen's 
Church, at Norwich ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753, ff. ei6-t48, 250.] 

I, in pen and ink, of Norwich Castle, "according to the 
idea I have formed of it j" drawn in 1786, by the Rev. Tho- 
B Kerrich : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 135.] 



Two sbetclies, in Indian ink, with notes, of Norwich Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6746. ff. 15, 16.] 

Skelcli, in pen and ink, of the tracery of one of the lower win- 
dows of llie School at Norwich, etc. ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 7i!.] 

A south-west view, in pencil, of the ruins of Overslrand Church, 
near Cromer: 1 f. x 7^ in. [ft xxxi. 34. i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the west door, and of archi- 
tectural details of Overslrand Ciiurch; drawn in 1817, by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. 

ff. 14, 15. f3.] 

Three sketclies, in pen and ink, of windows in Paston Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. ff. 33-33.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of open ornaments in the roof of the 
south aisle of Redenhall Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6755. fol. aoe.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in South Repps 
Church ; drawn by the Eev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. «-45.] 

Four small sketches, in pencil, of parts of Roughton Church, 
near Cromer; drawn by M. K., in 1813: 6in.x4in. [Add. 
6759. fol. 33.] 

North view, in pen and ink, of Roydon Church; drawn in 
1816, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6755. fol. 3-19.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the north window of Roydon 
Church ; drawn by the Eev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. so.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Roydon Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6755. ff. 345-348.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in the chancel of 
Roydon Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricli : each 
4 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 9*. 96.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the east wi' 
of Great Rudham Church ; draw 
rich : 4 in. X 2 in. [Jd*i. «' 



I 



Flan, iu pen and ink, of Runcton Holme Church, " measured 
for me by Phil. Bell, Oct. 1812 ;" drawn by ihe Rev. Thomas 
Kerricb: 8 in. X 6 in. lAdd. 6738. fol. i33.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Huncton Holme Church; drawn by 
ihe Rev. Thomas Kerricb ; " my own plan ; " fl in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6753. fol. 95.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the ruins of Runcton Holme 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Keirich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. Ji7, na.] 

Four Gkelches, in pen and ink, of windows, and a sketch of the 
south porch, of Runcton Holme Church j drawn in July 
1821, by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. ff. i&5-i39.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the south door of Runcton Holme 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. fol. 151.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a column in Runcton Holme Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 

6746. fol. 68.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Runcton 
Holme Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 6744. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Scole Church; 
drawn by the Rev.-Thoma» Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6747. fol. S5.] 



north windows of Scole 
s Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 



I 



Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thonii 
I [Add. 6756. fol. lie.] 

Two outline drawings, with details, of the monumental brass 
effigies of Sir Thomas de Sheruboum, (who died in 1455,) in 
Shemboum Church; drawn iu 1769, by the Rev. Thomas 
KeiTich : each 1 f. X 6 in. [Add. 6730. ff. 5o. as, 5J.] 

Outline drawing of the monumental brass effigies of Jamoua 
Chemeys, wife of Sir Thomas de Shernboum, in Shemboum 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f . x 6 in. 
[Add. 6730. fol. 51.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of the Shemboum 
Chapel in Shernboum Church ; drawa by the Hev. Thomas 
_ ^rrich : I f. x 6 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 55.] 



Eight sketches, id pen and iok and pencil, of details of Snetti 
sham Church ; drawn by ihe Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each I 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fif. a4-3i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Sneltisbam 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. x 
6 in. [Add. C744. ff. js-as.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms in Snetlisham Church i drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 
61. J.] 

An outline drawing of the Dionumental brass eSigies of Sir. 
Ralph Sbelton, (who died in 1423,) in Snoring Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. x C in. lAdd. 
6730. fol. 47.] 

An outline drawing of the monumental brass effigies of Alicia 
de Uvedale, wife of Sir Ralph Shelton, in Snoring Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 1 f. x 6 in. [Add. 
6730. fol. 4ii.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the south door of Little Snoring 
Church, " as I understand it from Mr, Cotman ;" drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Adit. 0755. fol. 

14B.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monumental brass effigies of Sir 
John Harsyck (who died in 1384) and his wife, in South 
Acre Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 
6 in. [Add. 6728. fol. isa.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, \nl\i details, of the monumental 
figure of Sir Alexander Harsyck, in South Acre Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 10 in. x 5j in. 
[Add. 6730. ff. si-36.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a mutilated effigy of Sir Har- 
syck, in South Acre Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 1 f. x 6 in. lAdd. 6730, fol. 4i.] 

South Creake. See Crease. 

South Lopham. See Lofham. 

South Repps. See Repps. 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, with details, of two windoi 
and the chancel door of Starston Church ; drawn by Ihe 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 



NORFOLK. 77 

Vive sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Starston Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricli : each 6 in. X 4 in. 

[Add. 6755. ff. yoo-aoK] 
Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Swaffham Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich: each 6 in. X 4 in, 

[J(W. 6751. ff. 95-98.6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a sepulchral figure in Swaffham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 6728. foJ. SM.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of Thetford Church ; 
drawn by James Essex: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6761). pp. 

304, S05.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, of the Danish Camp or Castle at 
Thetford; drawn in April, 1785, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 8 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. UO, 147.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the ruins of a building at 
Thetford, called the Cathedral ; drawn in May, 1788, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6758. ff. 

Sketch, In 'pen and ink, of one of the south windows of Thorp 
Abbots Cliurch; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. J63.] 
Flan, in pen and ink, of Thorpe next liaddiscoe Church; 

k drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6754. fol. ISO.] 
lew, in pen and ink, of the tower of Thorpe next Haddiscoe 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 0754. fol. lea.] 
Leven sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, nindows, etc., in 
^horpG next Haddiscoe Chnrch ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754, ff. uo-iri. 
b'8, 179.] 

nir sketches, in pen and ink, of the north and south doors of 
Thurton Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas KeiTich ; 
feach 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. i03-m.] 

levation, in pen and ink, of the south door of Tliurlon Church, 
kwith diagiams to shew the rationale of its construction; 
Idravm in Nov. 1815, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f, x 
I 8 in. [Add. 6734. fol. loo.] 

nration, in pen and ink, of the south door of Thwaite Church, 
> rnlioQato of its construction; drawn 
>i»uisa Kerrich: 1 f. x 8 in. [Add. 



7b NORFOLK. 

Sketcb, in pen and ink, with details, of the south door of 
Thwaite Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. M9.] 

Four slietches, in pen and ink, of the south door, with details, 
and of a window, in Thwaile Church ; drawn by the Rtv. 
Thomas Kerrich: each G in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. siS-si7. 

tS4.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arched windows in the round tower 
steeple of Tickwell Church ; drawn by Dr. Browning, in 
Nov. 1813 ; 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6750. fol. m.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Tofl Monk's 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. to], tis.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tower of Toft Monk's Church ; 
drawn by tho Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6755. fol. 810.] 

Eight sketches, in pen andink, of windows, etc., in Tofi Monk's 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. sob, eo9. sii-sn. 93*, 533.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the south door of Tofl Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6739. fol. «.] 

Two sketches of windows in Toft Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. G748. ff. so. eo.] 

Sketch, iu pen and ink, of tho east window of Trowse; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 8 in. [Add. 6747. 
fol. UH.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of an estate in Walpole, belonging 
to Gregory Wright, Esq.; surveyed in 1768; wilh an ele- 
vation of Newton Hall: 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [Add. 
12,208. «.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, etc., in North 
Walsham Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 
each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. sa-ii. 66-71.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of details of Old Walsingham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. las. ib2. 135.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Old Walsingham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 91, 9?.] 



NORFOLK. 79 

ITiro sketches, in pen and ink, to sliew tbe construction of the 
tracery of windows in Old Walsingliam Cliurch ; drawn 
by Ihc Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6743. 

fr. 74, 75.] 

LSkelch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of the Refec- 
tory in Walsingham Priory ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
I Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6747. fol. i09.] 

Sketch and plan of the tower and south porch of West Walton 
Church ; drawn by the Res'. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. 153-156.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of an ancient camp or entrenchment at 
. Warham ; drawn in August, 1787, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
I rich : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6735. fol. i5i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west window of the south aisle 
of Weasenham Church ; drawn by the Her. Thomas Kerrich ; 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. i«.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the south aisle 
of Werehara Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 288.] 

I A Bouth-west view, in pen and ink, of Wheatacre Church; 
I drawn July 28, I8I5, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
r 4 in. [Add. '6755. io\. S96.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door of Wheatacre 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 37-40.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of the arch of the steeple, and of a 
chancel window, of Wheatacre Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. loi. 
108.] 
[Sketch, in pencil, of part of the screen of Wheatacre Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6758. fol. 74.] 
■Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Wheatacre 
m- Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. eg, si. 9i. 94.] 
, colored sketch of arras, etc., in the east window of a 
chapel, now the school, at Wheatacre; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6742, ff. la, 19,] 
Iketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Wilton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 81.] 



80 NORFOLK. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows in Wilton Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6756. fol. 284.] 

Sketchy in pen and ink, of details of the screen of Wilton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6757. fol. 95.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Wimbot- 
sham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 8i.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the south door of Wim- 
botsham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 
in. X 6 in. [Add. 6744. fol. 5.] 

Five small sketches of architectural details of Wimbotsham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich. [Add. 6746. 

ff. 81, 82, 8S. 99. 103.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a figure of one of the Howards, 
formerly in the east window of Howard^s Chapel, at East 
Winch ; dra^'n by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6730. fol. 82.] 

An east view, in pencil, of Woolferton Church : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6756. fol. 275.] 

Impressions from the sepulchral brasses of John Claden and 
Isabella his wife, 1505; Thomas Whyat, rector of Worsted, 
1506; and Robert Walsh and Margaret his wife, 1418; in 
Worsted Church : the size of the originals, [dl xxxi. S9. 
1. a. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east ^^'indow of Wortham 
jChurch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. fol. 369.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows in Wramplingbam Church : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink^ of the south door of Wroxham Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6755. fol. 150.] 

A colored south-east view of the ruins of Wymondham Abbey; 
drawn apparently about 1800 : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ffr 
XXXI. 39. 2. b.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Wymondham Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; ^^ my own plan, 1796 :'' 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6759. fol. i45.] 



NORFOLK. 81 

Five plans and sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details 
of Wymondham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. {Add. 6757. ff. 1S9-144.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Yarmouth Church ; drawn in the year 
1735, on a scale of 24 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 8 in. [d? 
XXXI. 40. eJ] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Yarmouth Church, ^^ as it is now, 
from my own plan taken in 1796;** drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 149.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Yarmouth Church, ** as we conceive it 
was before the ayles were enlarged, the E. end taken down, 
and the other alterations made ;*' drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 148.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Yarmouth Church; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 86.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the front of Yarmouth Great Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6751. fol. 87, J.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the great west door of Yar- 
mouth Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. 68.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Yarmouth Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. ff. 32. 68.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of 
Yarmouth Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 8t~85. 87.] 



VOL. II. M 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 



An outline map of Northamptonshire, with part of the adjacent 
counties ; drawn temp. Elizabeth ; many of the names are in 
the handwriting of Lord Bnrghley ; on a scale of two miles to 
an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 7 in. [O. K Libr. 18 n, iii. 43, 44.] 

Diagram, in pencil, to shew the rationsJe of the constniction of 
the south porch door of East Barton Church : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6738. fol. 31.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bnrghley House, near Stamford, the 
seat of the Marquess of Exeter ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 

1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 534.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of Castor Church ; drown 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. \^Add. 6747. 
fol. 101.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of 
Castor Church : drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6750. ff. 137-139.] 

A south-west view, in bistre, of Ecton Church, five miles from 
Northampton ; drawn by Priscilla Combe : 1 f. 2 in x 1 f. 

2 in. [d? XXXII. a. 27.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the ancient Danish incampment at 
Hunsburrow; drawn by John Noble, 1748, on a scale of 8 
perches to an inch, and dedicated by him to Smart Lethieu- 
lier, Esq. : 1 f. 6 in. x 11 in. [s6 xxxii. 29.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the steeple of Islop Church, 
near Thrapston ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 97.] 



b 



NORTH AMPTONSUl BE. 83 

Long Thorpe, in the parish of St. John the Baptist, Peter- 
borough. See Petekhorough. 

"Plan de Norllianipton ;" being a colored plan, drawn by a 
French artiet about 1650, on a scale of 100 paces to an inch: 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 34.] 

A north-cast view, in Indian ink, of. All Saints Church, 
Northampton j drawn in 1761: 8^ in. x 8 in. [ifr xsxn. 
11.S.J 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of the south side of 
the aisle of St. Peter's Church at Nortliampton ; drawn 
by James Essex: eacli 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6768. pp. loo, 

101.] 

South-west view, ia Indian ink, of St Sepulchre's Church at 
Northampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7} in. 
[P. R. Kaye, m. lo.] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of St. Sepulchre's Church 
at Northampton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
' in. X 4 in. \_Add. 6769. fol. lOa.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the outside of the octagon in St. 
Sepulchre's Church, Northampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, lir. u.] 

yiew, in Indian ink, of the inside of the octagon in St. 
Sepulchre's Church, Northampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. la.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of some ancient sculpture in St 
Sepulchre's Church, Northampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iir, is.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral brass in St. Sepulchre's 
Church, Northampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iir. i*.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of part of an ancient stone cross on a 
wall in St. Sepulchre's Church-yard, Northampton; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, m. i6.] 

Two Tiews, in Indian ink, of Northampton Cross; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, m. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the Claypole 
Chapel, in Northborough Church ; drawn by Fanny M. 
K[orricb], in June, 1822: 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6744. fol. 

46.] 



84 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

A distant view, in outline, of Peterborongh Minster; drawn 
in Sept. 1788, by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iii. i7.] 

Sonth-west riew, in pen and ink, of Peterborough Cathedral ; 
drawn by F. M. K[errich], June 6, 1820: 7 in. x 6 in. 
lAdd. 6744. fol. ii.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the monument of an abbot in the south 
aisle of the choir in Peterborough Minster ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept 1788 : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 19.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the monument of the monks in the chan- 
cel of Peterborough Minster; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept 1788 : lOj in. x 71^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 18.] 

Twenty-four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details 
of Peterborough Cathedral; drawn in 1801, by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. \^Add. 6753. ff. 16-40.3 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, etc., in Peterborough 
Cathedral and Palace ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. lis, 119.] 

Nine sketches, in pen and ink, of columns and archi- 
tectural details of Peterborough Cathedral; drawn by the 
Bey. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. 

22-30.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Peter- 
borough Cathedral and Infirmary Chapel; draym in 1820 
and 1825, by the Bey. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. ff. 109-112. 120, 121.] 

Fiye sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Peterborough 
Cathedral ; drawn by the Bey. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 69. 111. lis. 121, 122.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Peter- 
borough Cathedral : each 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6746. ff. 95. 

101.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west gate into the close at Peter- 
borough ; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 25.] 

Sketch, in outline, of an arch in the cloisters of Peterborough 
Minster; drawn in Sept 1788, by S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 
1\ in. [P. R. EBje, lii. 20.] , 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. S5 

Details, in pen and ink, of an arch iu the south Bide of the 
cloisters of Peterborough Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thoniaa Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the door into the cloisters at the 
south-vrest angle of the interior south wall of Peterborough 
Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich; 10 in, x 
t 8 in. [Add. 6735. fol. i6.] 

^Wiew, in outline, of Longthorp Tower, about four miles from 
Peterborough, and in the parish of St. John the Baptist; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1788: lOJ in. x 7) in. 
[P. R.K&ye, iii. ii.] 

Two plans, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Thorpe 
Chapel, near Peterborough; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6738. ff. iss. b., 130.] 

Flan, and two sketches of details, in pen and ink, of Thorpe 
Chapel ; drawn in 1820, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6733. ff. ti-u.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the north and south doors of 

Thorpe Chapel, near Peterborough; drawn by the Rev. 

L Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. S. 113, 

■ ....] . 

'I'wo sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of 
Thorpe Chapel, near Peterborough ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. ff. 

19, SO.] 

A colored plan of Salcey Forest, in the county of Northampton, 
surveyed hy order of the Commissioners of the Land 

t Revenue appointed by Act of Parhament, 26 Geo. Ill,, 
by R. Davis, 1787; drawn on a scale of 10 chains to an 
inch, (eight inches to a mile,) with a written enumeration 
of the walks, amounting to 1847 acres, dated 13 Dec. 1790, 
and signed by the Commissioners, Charles Mtddleton, John 
Call, and John Fordyce ; 3 f. 5 in. x 1 f, 8 in. [fi xxxii. 

5...] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inn and bridge at Wandsford; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. x 71 in. [P. A. Kaye, 
III. ya.] 

A colored plan of the forest of Whittlewood, in the county of 

Northampton ; surveyed by order of the Commissioners of 

I the Land Revenue appointed by Act of Parliament, 26 Geo. 

\ IU., by Richard Davis, Land Sun-eyor, 1787, and laid 



86 



>■ aTHAHPTON'iH [R£. 



down frnro a Kale of 10 cbaiDs to an inch, 'or eigfat inches 
to a mile,) with a written enumeration of tfae sereral walks, 
amnuntinf( in the whole to 54*23 acres ; dated I'2 June, I79I, 
and MfftinA hy the Commissioners, Charles Middleton, 
John Call, and John Foidvce: 6 f. x 3 £ 6 in. [dr 
XXXII. 5. .').] 

A colored east vicn- of Wollaston Church : 9 in. x 7^ in. [dr 

XXXII. 36.'] 




NORTHUMBERLAND. 



A DISTANT view, in Indian ink, of Alnwick, as seen from Mal- 
colm^s Cross ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 10 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iii. 26.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Alnwick Gate ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. X 10 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. «7.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the gateway of Alnwick Abbey ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 29,#o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of sculpture on the gateway of 
Alnwick Abbey ; by S. H. Grimm ; with an outline of the 
same : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. JZ. Kaye, in. 28.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance tower of Alnwick Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Giimm: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
m* 3S.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance gateway to the Duke of 
Norihumberland's Park, at Alnwick ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10| in. x 71- in. r with an outline sketch of the same, 9 in. x 
6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. si.] 

Outline Adtdi, in Indian ink, of the ancient stone figure of a 
' heilnit in Alnwick Park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 
6 in. ' [P. A Kaye, iii. 33.] 

VieW} in Indian ink, of Malcolm's Cross, at Alnwick, erected 
ift' 1774) by the Duchess of NoAhumberland ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ;iii. 95.] 

A distant yiew^ in outline, of Hulne Abbey, near Alnwick; 
•tewn by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IU/^9^.] 



88 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rains of Hulne Abbey ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. E^ye, iii. 92.] 

Sketch, in outline, of architectural fragments at Hulne Abbey ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. ELaye, iii. 

94. a.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a carved sepulchral slab at Hulne Abbey ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Eaye, iii. 

94. ft.] 

A colored view of the Hermit's Rock in Hulne Park, near 
Alnwick; drawn in 1775: 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. {sb xxxiii. 

18. c] 

Outline view of a tower on the road from Alnwick to Bam- 
borough ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. J2. 
Eaye, in. 34.] 

View, in outline, of a pool on the road from Alnwick to Bam- 
borough ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. /?. 
Kaye, in. 35.] 

Bamborough Castle. See Eastern Coast, vol. i. pp. 127, 
128. 

View, in outline, of some distant churches, seen on the road to 
Bamborough ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. seJ] 

Berwick-upon-Tweed. See Eastern Coast, vol. i. pp. 131, 
132. 

View, in Indian ink, of Bothall Castle and Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f . x 10 in. [P. R. Eaye, m. 53.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance tower of Bothall Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Eaye, 

III. 54.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the ruins of our Lady's Chapel 
at Bothall ; drawn in 1778, by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 7 in. 
[P. R. Eaye, in. 55, 56.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the stone monumental figures of 
a knight and his lady at Bothall ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 
10 in. [P. R. Eaye, in. 57.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral slab, with a cross and 
sword, at Bothall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : \0^ in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R, Kaye, ni. 58.] 

Sketches, in outline, of arms and painted glass at Bothall; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Eaye, 

in. 59.] 



NORTHOMBERLAND. 89 

Sketches, in Indian ink, of a window, coat of anns, etc., at 
Bolhall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x Tj- in. [/*. R. 
Kaye, III. fio,] 

Outline view, taken near Bothail ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 59.] 

Brinkburn Priory, in tbe parish of Long Framlingham. See 

Fbamlingham, 
A general view, in Indian ink, of Bywell ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [P. R. Kaye, in. ea.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the castle at Bywell ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f 3 in. x lOj iu. [P. R. Kaye, in. 6S.} 

View, in Indian ink, of a cross at Bywell ; drawn by S. H, 
Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. tii.] 

Clifford's Fort, near Tynemouth, See Eastern Coast, vol. i. 
p. 126. 

View, in outline, taken near Corbridge; drawn by S. H.Grimm: 
6 in. X 4 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. e*.] 

I View, in outline, of Dilstone, in tbe parish of Corbridge; 
U drawn by S. H. Grimm: 6 in. x 4 in. [P, R. Kaye, 
■ in. 6t.] 

St. Cuthbert's Chapel, on House Island. See Eastehn Coast, 
vol. i. p. 128. 

Dilstone, in the parish of Corbridge. See Corbridqe. 

Distant view, in outline, of Dunstanborough Castle; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 6 in. x 4 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. ca*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Dunstanborough Castle ; drawn by S. 
' II. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. C'^. R. Kaye, in. 65.] 

View, in outline, of Dunstanborough Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 67.] 

. View, in Indian ink, of the tower of Dunstanborough Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 66.] 

3 Indian ink, of part of the inside of Dunstanborough 
, Castle i drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ ip. [P. R. 

Kaye, lli. 70.] 

tew, in outline, of the gateway of Dunstanborough Castle ; 
I drawn by S. H. Grimm: I f 7 in. x 1 f. [P. fl. Kaye, 

E III. 68.] 

S|k II. N 



90 NORTHUMBBRLAXD. 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of ribs otct the gateway of Danfltan- 
borough Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 69.] 

Fam Islands. See Eastern Coast, voL i. p. 128. 

A colored south-west view of Felton Church : 1 f. 2 in. x 8 in. 
[d9 xxxin. 16.] 

Two slight sketches, in pencil, of Brinkbum Priory, in the 
parish of Long Framlingham ; drawn by the Rer. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 7 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 6785. fol. 55.] 

A north view, in outline, of the church of Heddon on the 
Wall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. JZ. E[aye, 

III. 71.] 

Mew, in Indian ink, of Hexham, and of the bridge then being 
erected there; drawn in 1778, by S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 
H in. : with an outline sketch of the same view, 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. S. Kaye, iii. 88.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Hexham Church and College ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 2 f. 6 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 72.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Hexham Church : 8 in. x 6 in. [di 

XXXII. 48. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the north front of Hexham Church : 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10} in. [P. R, E^ye, 

III. 73.] 

View, in outline, of part of the interior of Hexham Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 11 in. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

81. d.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the east window of Hexham Church, 
with an outline sketch of the same ; by S. H. Grimm : each 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. so.] 

Three sketches, iu outline, of windows and niche's in Hexham 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R, Kaye, iii. 8i. o. ft. c] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font at Hexham 
Church ; with an outline by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 
in. [P. -B. Kaye, in. 79.] 

Four drawings, in Indian ink, of monuments in Hexham 
Church*; by S. H. Grimm, with a separate outline sketch of 
each : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 74-77.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a grotesque figure in Hexham 
Church, with an outline of the same ; by S. H. Grimm : each 
9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 78.] 



I 



SiORTHUMBERLAND. 91 

View, ID ludian ink, of the cloisters at Hexham ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10| in. [P. R. Kayc, iii. 6b.) 

View, in Indian ink, of part of Hexham Cloisters ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : loj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, m. 84.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an ancient building at Hexham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 74 in. {P. R. Kaye, 

III. S3.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance side of the tower at Hex- 
ham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in, x 7\ in. [P. R. 
, Kaye, in. s?.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the gateway at Hexham, pretended to 
be Roman ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in, x (i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, tii. 86.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of the gateway at Hexham, pre- 
tended to be Koman, with the adjoining buildings ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : \(i\ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. b?.] 

j View, in Indian ink, of a windmill at Hexham ; drawn in 
[^ 1778, by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^ in.; with an out- 
line sketch of the same view, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
in. 89.] 

- Two views, in outline, of the country opposite the windmill at 
Hexham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. so.] 

Holy Island. See Eastern Coast, vol. i. pp. 129-131. 

I View, in Indian ink, of the new jail and church at Horsley ; 
■ drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

9>.] 

House Island, one of the Fam Islands. See Eastern Coast, 
vol. i. pp. 127, 128. 

Hnlne Abbey, near Alnwick. See Alnwick. 

Lindisfame, on Holy Island. See Eastern Coast, vol. i. pp. 

130, 131. 
Malcolm's Cross. See Alnwick. 

I>rawing, in Indian ink, of the arch over the chancel door at 

I Mitford Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j yi. [P. R. 

1 Kaye, in. 97.] 

Sketches, in outline, of a doorway and two windows in Mitford 

Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. 

Kaye, m. 98.] 



92 NOBTHUMBBBLAND. 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Mitford Castle ; drswn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 96. a.] 

\^ew, in Indian ink, of Morpeth Castle, taken from the bridge ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. x 9J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

101.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Morpeth and Morpeth Castle, taken from 
the bridge; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj- in. x 7|- in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 96. ft.] 

View, in outline, of Morpeth Castle, from the banks of the 
river; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. x 9j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 100.] 

A colored south-west view of Morpeth Chantiy, now the 
Grammar School; drawn in 17 . . : I f. 3 in. x Il|> in. [dr 

XXXU. 49.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Newminster Abbey, near Mor- 
peth: 8i in. X 7^ in. [d? xxxiii. i9.] 

A colored plan of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; drawn by Isaac 
Thompson, in 1746, on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : it is 
dedicated to William, Duke of Cumberland : 3 f. 9 in. x 3 f. 
6 in. [d? XXXII. 52.] 

View, in outline, of the tower of St Nicholas Church, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 
3 in. [P. -R. Kaye, in. los.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St Mary's, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10t|^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. loi.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the front o^ the Exchange, Newcastle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9|^* in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. 

105.] 

Elevation, section, and three plans of the various floors of the 
school and library at Newcastle ; drawn in Indian ink, on a 
scale of 6i feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [dr 
xxxn. 57. ar.] 

Flan of an estate at St Peter's Quay and Byker, in Newcastle, 
on the river Tyne, belonging to Wm. Row, Esq. ; drawn 
about 1000, on a scale of three chains to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. 
x 1 f. 3^ in. [Add. 11,693. d.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Mrs. Montague's House, near New- 
castle-upon-Tyne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : iOj in. x ij^in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. io6.] 



NORTH UMBERLIND. 93 

View, in Indian ink, of colliers' houses on the road lo New- 
castle-upon-Tyne ; drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 107.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a square pillar with inscribed texts, on 
the road from Newcastle to Morpeth ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm: 1 f. x 91 in. [P.R. Kiiye, in. lo;.] 

Newminsler Abbey, in the parish of Morpeth. See Morpeth. 
A south-east riew, in Indian ink, of the church at Ovingham ; 

drawn by S. U. Grimm: 10^ ia. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

in. 108.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a cross at Ovingham ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : lOj in. X 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. i09.] 
Four distant views, in Indian ink, of Prudhoe Castle, in the 

parish of Ovingham, as seen from different poiuU; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm: each 10^ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

ti 1-114.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Prudhoe Castle, taken from 

a spot near the gateway ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. 

X \Q\ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. no.] 
Sketch, in outline, of part of the interior of Prudhoe Castle; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

in. 116.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone bracket in Prudhoe Castle ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, in. in.] 

Hnnacle Island, one of the Staple Islands. See Eastern 
Coast, vol. i. p. 129. 

Prudhoe Castle, in the parish of Ovingham, See Ovinoham. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of three Roman altars found at 
Risingham Castle, in 1753 : 7 in. x 5 in. [A xxxiii. ii.] 

Staple Islands. See Eastern Coast, vol. i. p. 128. 

River Tyne, Tynemoutli, Tynemouth Abbey and Castle, See 
Eastern Coast, vol. i. pp. 125-127. 

Distant view, in outline, of Warkworth Castle : drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 6 in. x 4 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 6.i*.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Warkworth Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm ; 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. la*.] , 

View, in Indian ink, of Warkworth Castle, shewing the en- 
trances ; dran-n by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in.; with 
a pencil sketch of tlie same view, 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
III. iss.] 



94 NOBTHUMBESXANO. 

Drawing, in oatUne, of a recumbent nKHmmental figure of a 
knigbt at Warkwcnrth; by & H. Grimm : I f. x 9 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, lu. if6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a pillar at Waikwotth ; by S. U. 
Grimm, with an outline sketch of the same : each 9 in. x 6 
in. [P. IL Kaye, m. itr.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the Hermitage of Wark- 
worth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. IL Kaye, 

III. 128.] 

View, in outline, taken on the road to Waikworth ; drawn by 
S. H. Grrimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. is9.] 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 



A LABGE colored chart of the course of the river Trent between 
Nottingham and Newark, with the courses of the Devon and 
other streams flowing into it ; drawn on velhim, temp. Henry 
VIII. : 4 f, X 1 f. 7 in. [Cott. Aug. 1. 1. 65.] 

A colored plan of the Hays of Birkland and Bilhagh within the 
forest of Sherwood, in the county of Nottingham, belonging 
to the Crown; surveyed in the year 1791, by order of the 
Commissioners of the Land Revenue, by John Renshaw, 
dated 28 March, 1793, and signed by the Commissioners, 
Charles Middleton, John Call, and John Fordyce; drawn 
on a scale of 10 chains to an inch: 2 f. 7 in. x 2 f. [di 

XXXIII. 30.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Anhesley Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 7j in. x 6 in. [P. R. Eaye, iii. 149.] 

East view, in pencil, of Annesley Church; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10) in. x 7^ in. : with a copy in Indian ink, 7) in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaje, iii. 150.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a painting of one of the Annesley 
family in a window of Annesley Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
with an outline of the same: each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 1.55.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the font in Annesley Church; 
by S. H. Grimm : with an outline sketch of the same: each 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. 153.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of Sir George 
Chaworth, in Annesley Church ; by S. H. Grimm : with an 
outline sketch of the same : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 152.] 



96 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

DrawiDgy in Indian ink, of tbe monoment of a female in Anneslejr 
Cburch ; bj S. H. Grrimm : with a sketch of the same in out- 
line: each 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaje, m. i5i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a brass figare of a forester with his 
d<^, in Annesley Chnrch ; by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7^ 
in.: with an outline sketch of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, m. 154.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Annesley Hall ; drawn by S. 
n. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, m. 157.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Annesley Hall ; drawn in 1787, 
by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7} in. [P. R. E[aye, *in. 

156.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a monnd with trees, called Aimedey 
Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7} in.: with an 
outline sketch of the same, 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. /2. E^aye, 
III. 148. a. A.] 

Two sketches, in outline, of Annesley Castle as seen from a 
distance ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : one 10} in. x 7} in., the 
other 7^ in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, lu. 148. c. d.'] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Felley Priory, in the parish of Aimes- 
ley; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10}- in. x 7}- in. : with an 
outline sketch of the same view, 9 in. x 7}^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iii. 211.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the gravestone of Richard de Thur- 
garton, Prior of Felley, now placed orer a chimney in Felley 
Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 ih. : with an outline 
sketch of the same. [P. R. E^ye, lu. S12.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of the church at Babworth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

158.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a view of Shiredyke and Balderton 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. JS. 
Kaye, iii. 160.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the church at Balderton; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 159.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of the north and south doors of 
Balderton Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [AM. 6757. ff. 134^138.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of the church of Bamaby in the 
Willows ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iii. I61.] 



I 



NOTTINOUAMSdlUK. 97 

Beauvale Abbey, in the parish of Greasley. See Greasley. 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Bingham Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. x TJ in. [P. R. Kaje.iii. i65.] 

A Bouth-east view, in Indian ink, of Blythe Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 7^ in. x 6 in, [P. R. Kaye, iii. ififi.] 

A Boutb-east view, in Indian ink, of Boughlon Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. -Kaye, lu. iss.] 

A soiilh-ea8l view, in Indian ink, of Calverton Church ; drawn 
by S. H, Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. i67.] 

Carburton, in the parish of Edwinstow. See Edwinstow. 

A soulb-west view, in Indian ink, of the church of Carlton in 
Lindricb, near Worksop ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} iu. 
X 7i in. [/*. R. Kaye, III. i7i.] 

Carlton, in the parish of Gedling. See Gedung. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the approach to Claworth Church, 
taken from the north-west ; draivn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 
1792 : lOi in. X 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. ns.] 

I A north view, in Indian ink, of the church and parsonage house, 
at Clawonh; drawn by S. H.Grimm, in Sept. 1792: 10^ 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 174.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of a sepulchral cross in the chancel of 
Claworlh Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7} in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. lao.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the heptagonal stone font at Cla- 
worth Chuich; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ni. lai.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the inscription on the tombstone of 
Anthony Topham, Rector of Clawortli, (who died in ItiSS,) 
in the chancel of Claworth Church ; by S. H. Grimm : loj 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ill. i-G.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of nionumeuts in Claworth 
Chancel ; by S. H. Grimm ; drawn in Sept. 1792 : each lOJ 
in. X ^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, m. 177, 178, 179.] 

A front view, in Indian ink, of the parsonage house at Cla- 
worth; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1792: lOi in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 175.] 

View, in Initlan ink, of "Drake-Hole," or the Swan Inn, near 
Claworth, and of the tunnel of tlic canal; drawn by S. H- 
Grimm : lOJ in. X 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, in. ia».] 



9S NOTTrNGBAHSBIBE. 

A view, in Indian ink, taken from ihe bow window of the 
Swan Inn at Drake Hole, looking towards Claworth Church ; 
drawn by S. H- Grimm, in 1792: 10| in. x 7j in- [P. R. 
Kaye, ill. i83.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken from the bow window of the inn 
at Ciaworlh ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ni. ir4.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a conical bill near Claworth ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in J792 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

ni. 1R5.] 

A sonth-east view, in Im^an ink, of the chorcb of North Clif- 
ton; drawn by S. U. Grimm: 10} in. x 7^ in. [/*. R. 
Kaye, lu. ib7.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Clifton Chnrch, near Nottingham ; 
drawn by S. H. Giimm: lOj^ in. x 74 in. [P. S. Kaye, 

III. 1S6.] 

Clipstone, in the parish of Edn~instow. See Edwinstow. 

Clumber, in the parish of Worksop. See Worksop. 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Darleton Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 7J in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. lai.] 

A south view, In Indian ink, of Darleton Church ; drawn by S, 
H. Grimm : 7i in. x 6 in. {P. R. Kaye, m. i96.] 

Drawings of three sepulchral figures on brasses, in Darleton 
Churchy by S. H. Grimm: each lOj in. x 7i in.: with 
duplicates in outline. \_P. R. Kaye, in. ijr, i;>6, i99.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Drayton Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 7j in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. *oo.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Dunbam Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 7i m. x C in. [P. ft. Kaye, III. soi.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Edingley Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10* in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. toj.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Edwinstow Church ; drawn by 
S. II. Grimm ; lOJ in. x 7j in. : with an outline sketch of 
the same view, 7J in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. so*.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Edwinstow Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 
III. WM.] 

A general view, in outline, of Edwinstow; drawn by S. H. 
Gitoun: 1 £ 7 ill. x 1 f. 1^ m. \P. R. Kaye, lii. «».] 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

View, in outline, of part of the village of Carburton, in the 
parish of Edwinstotv ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f, 7 in. x 
] f. [P. R. Kaye, in. i.,8.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Carburton Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7} in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

169.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a cross on a gravestone at Car- 
burton; by S. H. Grimm: with an outline sketch of the 
same: each 7^ in, x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii, iro,] 

Vjew, in Indian ink, of the village of Clipstone, in the parish 
of Edwinstow, with the ruins of King John's Palace; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: IQ\ in. x 7j in.: with an outline 
sketch of the same view, 71 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ili. 

IBS.] 

View, in outline, of the ruins of King John's Palace, near Clip- 
stone; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, tii. i89.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the lodge in Clipstone Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOjJ in. x 7) in.: with an ouUine sketch 
of the same view, 7i in. x 6 in. \_P. R. Kaye, in. luo.] 

View, in outline, of the ancient tree called the Parliament Oai, 
in Chpstone Park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f, x 9 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. i9i.] 

Two views, in outline, of old trees in Clipstone Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: each 1 f . X 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 192, 

193.] 

■View, in outline, of Thoresby, in the parish of Kdwinstow, 
the seat of the Earl of Manvers ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 537.] 

A Bouth-west view, in Indian ink, of Egmanton Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

in. toe.] 
A south view, in Indian ink, of Elksley Church ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm: 7i in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, m. S07.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a curious timber building at Elksley ; 
dran-n by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x T\ in. : with a sketch 
in outline of the same, 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

808.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Eperston Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. 409.] 



100 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

A sootb-east view, in Indian ink, of Famsfield Church ; drawn 
hy S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 7j in. [P. M. Kaye, m. fio.] 

Felley Priory, in the parish of Annesley. See Anneslet. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Gamston Choich ; drawn 
bj S. H. Grimm : 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. IL Kaje, m. «i4.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two monumental figures at 
Gamston ; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. : with out- 
line sketches of the same, l\ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

ni. «i5.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a figure on a gravestone at Gamston ; 
by S. H. Grimm, with an outline sketch of the same : 74 in. 
X 6 in. [P. iJ. Kaye, iii. 213.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Gedling Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : lO^^ in. x l\ in. [P. R. E^aye, iii. :2i6.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Carlton Church, in the parish 
of Gedling, near Nottingham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ 
in. X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 172.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Beau Vale Abbey, once the residence 
of the Cantalupe family, in the parish of Greasley ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7} in.: with an outline sketch of 
the same. [P. R. Kaye, in. 163.] 

Outline sketch, in Indian ink, of a window at Beau Vale 
Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : l\ in. x 6 in. : with a 
pencil sketch of the same, 10} in. x 7} in. [P. it. Kaye, 

III. 161.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Grove Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. «i7.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Halloughton Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x l\ in. [P. iJ. Kaye, in. 

218.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Hawton Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x l\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 219.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Headon Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 1\ in. [P. R, Kaye, in. 220.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Holme Pierrepont Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

221.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Hucknall Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x l\ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 222.] 



I 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 101 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in Hucknall 
Church ; by S. H. Grimra : 10^ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a smail window on the west end of 
Hucknall Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. X TJ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 2s3.] 

Outline drawing of an arch with grotesque figures at the west 
end of Hucknall Church; by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^1- 
[P. R. Kaye, in, a^e.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the gravestone of Hobbes of 
Malmesbiu-y, at Hucknall; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, m. isx] . 

A general east view, in outline, of Kirkby ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimui : 1 f. 9 in. X t f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iil. in.'} 



ieen from the south-east ; 
10^ in. [P.P. Kaye, 



Ageneral view, iu outline, of Kirkby, i 
drawn bv S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 6 in 
m. .».]■ 

A general view, in ouihne, of Kirkby, taken from the south ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x I f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
in. SS9.] 

An east view, in outline, of Kirkby, taken from a garden near the 
church ; drarni by S. H. Grimni, in 1775: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 
3 in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. -iso.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Kirkby, taken near the church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1792 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. S3i.] 

A view, in outline, of Kirkby Church ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 
1 f. 71 in. X 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, III. f3S.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Kirkby Church, with a pro- 
cession ;*drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x 7^- in. [P. R. 
Kaye, m. 233.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the north-western part of Kirkby 
Church, with a procession of the schools ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 178C : I f. 9 iu. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

View, in outline, of the inside of Kirkby Church, looking west; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in, [P. R. Kaye, ni, S33.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the chancel of Kirkby 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 834.] 



102 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Drawhigy in pencil, of the great east window of Kiikbj Chorch, 
presented to the church by the Rev. Sir Richard Kaje, Bart, 
when rector of the parish ; bj S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 
f . 1 in. [P. R. Eaye, ni. 235.] 

Eleven drawings, in Indian ink, of pillars and capitals of pillars 
in Kirkby Church ; bj S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7\ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 24«-«5«.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an old painting in an upper north 
window opposite the pulpit in Eirkby Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1792: 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

236.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument of the Fitz-Randolf 
fiunily, between the pulpit and east window of the south aisle 
in Kirkby Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7| in. [P. 
K Kaye, in. 237.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral brass effigies of a lady in 
the choir of Kirkby Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 £ 1 in. x 
10 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. t?38.] 

A smallei;, drawing of the same : 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R, 
Kaye, in. 5S39.] 

Two outline drawings of sepulchral crosses at Kirkby; by.S. 
H. Ghrimm : each 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Elaye, in. 240, 84i.] 

View, in outline, of the parsonage at Kirkby, with a procession 
of the schools to the church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 
7 J in. X 1 f. : with an outline sketch of part of the same, 1 f. 
X 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 255.] 

View, in outline, of a room in Kirkby Parsonage, with the 
Green Dale Oak Cabinet, and representing the Harvest 
Children assembled at prayers ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 
X 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 258.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, at the bottom of [Sir Richard 
Kaye's?] garden, Kirkby; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct 
1792: lOi^ in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. «79, 280.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Mill Farm at Kirkby ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in August, 1793 : 10 J in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 277.] 

View, in outline, of Mr. Newton'^s house, at Kirkby ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 276.] 

View, in outline, of Henslok^s house,^ at Kirkby ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 9 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 278.] 



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103 



I Two views, in outline, of St. Richard's Well, at Kirkby; dran-a 
by S, H. Grimm : each 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. isi, tat.] 

View, in outline, of the entrance front of Kirkby Hall ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, iii. »&-.] 

View, in outline, of the back of Kirkby Hall ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm: lOJ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. ^ae.] 

Seventeen drawings, in Indian ink, of stags' horns, fossils, 
curiosities, etc., at Kirkby; by S. H. Grimm: each lOJ in. 
X 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, in. ■ib9-Z75.'] 



A distant west view, in outline, o 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x f 



Kirkby Plantations ; drawn 
\ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. *86.] 



N 



View, in pencil, taken on the road going from Kirkby to Sels- 
lon, or rather the Kingsmill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj- 
in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. iH6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the tree aod seat below the close at 
Kirkby, with Kirkby Woodliouse ; drawn by S. H. Giiium,in 
August, 1793 : lOj in. x 71 in. [i*. R. Kaye, m. s9J.] 

View, in outline, taken from the seat below the trees and 
towards Kirkby Woodhouse; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 993.] 

View, in outline, of a farm at Kirkby Woodhouse ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. aai.] 

A north view, in outline, of an ancient manor house, uow used 
as a farm house, at Kirkby Hardwick, being the liousc where 
Cardinal Wolsey rested on his last journey; drawn by S- 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, ni. !97.] 

A copy of the same view on a smaller scale : 1 f. x 8 in. [P, 
R. Kaye, m. ayo.] 

A south view, in outline, of the old mansion at Kirkby Hard- 
wick; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [i*. R. 
Kaye, in. ase.] 

A [north-east?] view, in Indian ink, of the old mansion at Kirk- 
by Hardwick ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; 1 f. X 9 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. asi.] 

View, in ontline, of the inside of the ruined part of Kirkby 
Hardwick; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 £ x 9 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, III. 399.] 

View, in outline, of the inside of the ruins of the north end of 
Kirkby Hardwick; drawn by S. H. Grimni: 1 f. x 9 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ui. 3oo.] 



1 04 NOni NG H AMSHIRE. 

(iuUiiia view, in' Indian ink, of gome ruins at Kirkbj Hardwick; 
ilrawn by H. II. Grimm: 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

Vittw, in Indian ink, of tho Plough Inn, on the forest between 
Newark and Kirkby ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7^ 
in. [J\ W, Kayo, iii, «ut.] 

Vi^w, in Indian ink, of tho inn known by the sign of the Horns, 
on Kirkby Koi*e»t; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1775: 10^^ in. 
X 7| in. [P. ft. Kaye, in. ^fisJ] 

Two iUUUno viowii, one in pencil, the other in Indian ink, of 
iho Mito Oak, on the forest between Kirkby and Mansfield ; 
drawn by S, 11, Grimm: each IQj^ in. x 7J in. [P- if. 
Kaye, m. ^o?.] 

\'w\\\ in }>euciU of an elder tree on Kirkby Forest ; drawn bj 
S. U. Grimm : 10} iu. x 7} in. : Mrith a copy in Indian ink, 
7^ iu. X 1^ ia. [i*. R. Kaye, in. tS9.] 

Au v^utUne view, in Indian ink, of Mile Oak, Kirkby Fatesty dif- 
iervut from the preceding ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 L x 
9 in. [P. H. Kaye, iii. ^wu.] 

A ^ulh-wc^t view, in Indian ink, of Kirklington Chnrch; 
diawu by $» H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7^ in. [P. K Kaje, 

Two sketches in pen and ink, of details of Ki^ton Chnrch ; 
drawn by Jamets )£i>;$ex : each t^ in. x 4 in. [AdtL 4(769. pp. 

A s^Hilh-tNUil view« iu Indian ink, of Lambley Church : drawn 
by S tl. lirimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye* ui. Jos.] 

A >ouiivcafi4 %icw« in Indian ink, of Laugt'ord Church; drawn 
by S* B. Grimm : lOf in. \ 7^ in. ^P. H. K*iye» riL 3Qt.J 

A south-coea vicH« lu ludiuii mk, of \Iuii&>aeid Church : drawn 
iu 17S7, by S* U. Giimm: 10^ in. x 7i iu. "P. R. Kaye, 

111. ^». .*.j 

A si^uih Mcw« :u Indidu ink, Ji' M.aua>utiu Cburch ; draiTn bv 
^ U. vjiiuuu: 10 J *.u» V 7j| in. ,^. ii^ nuAve, uu =04, 7.^ 

OuUuic ^ iCH, \u ludidu iuk« o( uic Huck i:loa;:>«;!s> XI 31uj£<»ieid ; 
drawu lU t;7o,bjfc S* H. tjtiuiui. I :. 7 :u. x 1 :. P. if. 

IViVC, III. Hi^».^ 

Ouiuac >ictt, u Ludua :uk» Ji ViaiMaod Mitl . irawu -jy :s 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. , 105 

A view, in outline, taken near the King's Mill, near Mansfield ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

307.] 

A noilh-east view, in Indian ink, of the Church at Mansfield 
Woodhouse ; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 
7^^ in. [P. R, Kaye, iii. S08. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Mansfield Woodhouse 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P, R. 
Kaye, iii. 308. J.] 

View, in pencil, of Sir W. Boolhby's villa at Mansfield Wood- 
house, inhabited by Major Roock ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOJ in. X 7} in. : with an outline sketch of the same view, 
7j in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. S09.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of East Markham Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7j in. [P, R. Kaye, iii. 

310.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of West Markham Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7j in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

311.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in the 
Church at West Markham ; by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7^ 
in.: with an outline sketchy 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

314.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of monumental figures in West 
Markham Church ; by S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7^ in.: 
with outline sketches of the same, 7j- in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 312, 313.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the steeple of Newark Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. IJdd. 6752. fol. 

119.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of ^idndows in Newark Church ; 
drawn by. the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. ff. 49. 63.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Newark Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. ff. is. 33. 69.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Newark Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. 
fol. 120.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the two end windows of the 
transept of Newark Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 113.] 

VOL. II, p 



106 NOTTINGflAMSHIRE. 

Plan and sketch, in pen and ink, of Newark Cross ; drawn bj 
the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. 

ff. «68, 269.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a wooden house in the corner of the 
market-place at Newark-upon-Trent; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10} in. X 7^ in. : with an outline sketch of the same, 7^ in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 344.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the ruins of the Castle at 
Newark, taken from the Bowling Green; drawn by S. U. 
Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 3S8.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the interior of a bow window in the Castle 
at Newark ; dra^i-n by S. H. Grimm : 7} in. x 6 in. [P. U. 
Kaye, in. 340.] 

Four drawings, in outline, of architectural fragments of Newark 
Castle; by S. H. Grimm : each 7 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 341-343.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of New- 
ark Castle ; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. H6, i«7.] 

View, in outline, of the country, taken from the Castle at New- 
ark; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1775: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 339.] 

Newstead, in the parish of Papplewick. See Papplewick. 

North-east view, in Indian ink, of Normanton Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 345.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Norwell Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 346.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of St Nicholas Church, Not- 
tingham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7j in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 349.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Peter*s Church, Not- 
tingham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7J in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 348.] 

An unfinished view, in Indian ink, of the market-place at Not- 
tingham: 3 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [d? xxxni. ss,/.] 

Two outline views, one in pencil, the other in Indian ink, of 
Nottingham Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: each 10^ in. 
X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 3*7.] 

View, in outline, of ruins in the sand rocks near Nottingham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 9^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

in. 350.] 



Lsooth-east view, in Indian ink, of Nuthall Ctmrcfa) drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 7^ in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 3M.] 

View, in pencil, of Nuthall Temple, now ihe seat of Robert 
Holden, Esq.; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 in. : 
with an outline sketch of the Banae, 7^ in. x 6 in, [P. S. 
Kaye, in, ssa,] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Oxton Church ; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm : 10^- in, x 7^ in. [P. R. £aye, iii, 353,] 

A sDuih-east view, in Indian ink, of Papplewick Church ; 
drawn by S, H. Grimm: 7^ in, x 6 in. [P. R, Kaye, in. 



A general view, in outline, of Newstead Priory, in the parish of 
Papplewick; drawn by S, H. Grimm, in 177S : 1 f, 9 in. x 
1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 3i5.] 

A view, in outline, of the front of the ruina of Newstead Priory; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. ! in, [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 316.] 

A view, in outline, of the interior of the chapel at Newstead 
Priory ; drawn by S, H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. {P. R. Kaye, 

III. 317.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the dining room in New- 
stead Priory; drawn by S. H. Grinam : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ni. sis.] 

Drawing, in outline, of an ancient carved chimney-piece in 
Newstead Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iii. 319.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient carved chimney-piece 
in Newstead Priory; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. 
IP. R. Kaye, irf. 3M).] 

Drawing, in outline, of carving upon oak panels at Newstead 
Priory; by S. H, Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 
ni. sai.] 

I "View, in Indian ink, of a vault or crypt, with an ancient circular 
atone font, in Newstead Priory ; drawn by S. U, Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7i in, [P, R. Kaye, in. 384.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of part of the cloisters at Newstead 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 3«6.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of the interior of a room in the cloisters of 
Newstead Priory, formerly containing an ancient leaden 



108 NOTTINOSAMSHIRE. 

cistern ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10 J in. x 7} in.: with an 
outline sketch of the same, 0|^ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, 
III. S27. a. J.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient leaden cistern, ornamented 
with coats of arms, formerly in Newstead Priory ; with an 
outline sketch of the same: each 10} iu. x 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 3«7. c. dJ] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the shaft of a clustered pillar on the 
ruins of Newstead Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. 
X 7} in. : with an outline sketch of the same, 7} in. x 6 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 325.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the arms of various alliances of the 
Byron family, at Newstead Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 3!?2.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of a brass eagle and candlesticks, 
from Lord Byron's, at Newstead Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 
10}^ in. X 7i in. [P, R. Kaye, in. 323.] 

View, in outline, of the tower in the park at Newstead, Lord 
Byron"'s seat ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 3«8.] 

Distant view, in outline, of the castle or tower at Newstead : 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [P. R. Elaye, 

III. 329.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the plantations and tower at Newstead, 
as seen from the opposite shore of the lake ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 330.] 

View, in pencil, of the station of the Royal Tent in the Lyn 
Hurst, in the forest at Newstead ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10^ in. X 7^ in. : with an outline sketch of the same, 9| in. 
X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 33,.'.] 

View, in pencil, of the site of the hunting tent in Newstead 

Forest; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7^ in.: with 

an outline sketch of the same, 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
in. 331.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lyn Hurst hunting station, on New- 
stead Forest; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10|- in. x 7} in.: 
with an outline sketch, 9} in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

333.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the pillar formerly erected in memory 
of the Royal Hunt at Lyn Hurst, in Newstead Forest; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10}^ in. x 7} in. [P. R, Kaye, in. 

334.] 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 109 

ViBw, in outline, of part of the Robin Hood Hills, in the forest 
near Newslead ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 6 in. x 8 in. 
IP. R. Kaye, iir. 33?.] 

View, ill outline, of the rocks called Robin Hood's Chair, in the 
forest near Newstead ; drawn by S. H. Griuim : 1 f, 7 in. X 
1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 336.] 

View, in outline, of a remarlcable tree at Newstead; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 9i in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 335.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Radcliff or Ratclifle 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Griinm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 35B. b.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Radford Church, near Worksop, taken 
from the road; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ill. a^p.] 

A colored view of the " Old Abbey Gate-House, at Radford by 
Worksop, as it la now, 1774 ; " taken on the spot opposite 
to the Rev. Mr. Ward's house, by H, Pugh : 1 f. 6 in. x II 
in. [ifr xxxiii. 36. b.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Ragnall Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 7^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 3S5.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of four carved stone window-brackets 
in Ragnall Church; by 8. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7J in.: 
with sketches in outline, 7^- in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iir. 

356.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of arched windows at Ragnall Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. X 7| in.: with sketches in out- 
line, 7 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 3,i7.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of East Retford Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 7^^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ill. 
3fio.] 

Two sketches, in pen and iuk, of the great east n'lndow, and of 
the west window of the north transept, of East Retford 
J Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
' 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. J6. «.] 

Iketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the chanCel of East 
Retford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
lAdd. 6758. fol. 7o.] 

I view, in Indian ink, of East Retford Hall, the seat of Hear 
i Emerson, Esq. ; drawn by T. Malton ; 8 in. x 6 in. [# 

LxXXlII. 3*.] 



110 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

View, in outline, of the west approach to West Retford; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

562.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of West Retford Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : Tj in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

361.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the north aisle of West 
Retford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 14.] 

View, in outline, of West Retford, and Mr. Emerson's house, 
from the North Road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7^ in. x 6 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ni. 363.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the spire of West Retford Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6756. fol. 273.] 

View, in outline, of Rufford Abbey, the seat of the Earl of 
Scarborough ; drawii by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iii. 364.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of South Scarle Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. -R. Kaye, 

III. 365.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the spire of Scroby Church ; drawn 
in July, 1799, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. fol. 27o.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Selston Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 368.] 

A distant view, in outline, of Selston Hall ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 9J in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 367.] 

An outline view of the entrance front of Selston Hall; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, ill. 366.1 

Drawing, in outline, of the monument of one of the Willoughby 
family, in Selston Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 8 
in. X 11 in. : with three smaller sketches in pencil. [P. 72. 
Kaye, iii. 369, 370.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the ancient sepulchral figure of Richard 
Broun, in Selston Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 37i.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Skegby Church ; drawn 
in 1787, by S. H. Grimm ; with a ruder drawing of the same : 
each 10^ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. S7«.] 



I 



NOTTINOHAMSHIRE. Ill 

^^neral view, in outline, of Soiilhwell, as seen from Sir Rich- 
ard Sutton's house; drawn by S. H. Griram : 1 f, 7 in. x 
1 t. [P. R. Kajc, III. d74.] 

A general view, in outline, of Southwell, taken from the west : 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R Kaye, iil. 

373.] 

Plan, in Indian ink, of Southwell Collegiate Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. 
fol. loa.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west front of Southwell Collegiate 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6744. fol. aa.] 

A west view, in outline, of Southwell Minster, and of the ruins 
of the Old Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f 
[P. R. Kaye, iii. 393.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Southwell Minster and 

Palace; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791: lOj in. x 7j in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iii. 394.] 
A south view, in Indian ink, of Southwell Minster; drawn 

in J791, by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 393.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Southwell Minster and 
Palace ; drawn in 1791, by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in, x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, 111. 395.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Southwell Minster and 
College, taken from Buckslow Row; drawn in 1791, by S. 
H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 396.] 

A north-east view of Southwell Minster and Residence ; drawn 

in Sept. 1791, by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 

Kaye, III. 397.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the south transept in 

Southwell Minster; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7j 

in. [P. R. Kaye, in. wa.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the exterior of the end of the south 
transept in Southwell Minster; drawn in 1787, by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, Jii. 40i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the skreen at the entrance 
from the transept to the choir, in Southwell Minster; drawn 
in 1787, by S. H. Grimm: lOi in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 
III. 399.] 



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View, in Indian ink, of the east side of the skreen between 
Uie transept and the choir of Southw-ell Minsler ; drawn in 
1787, by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10| in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 398.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the chapel in the north 
aisle of the choir, now the Vicar's vestry, in Southwell 
Minster ; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. lor.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the west side of the chapel in the north 
aisle of the choir, now the Vicar's vestry, in Southwell 
Minster; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ iu. 
[P. R, Kaye, iii. -job.] 

View, in outline, of the Chapter House at Southwell ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 6 in. x I f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

383.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chantry at Southwell ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 1 J in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. :i9i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the exterior of the library on the 
south end of the choir in Southwell Minster; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : lOi^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 403.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the doorways to the treasury and to 

the cloister in Southwell Minster; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 

lOi in. X 7i in. [P R. Kaye, in. 409.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the piscina and canopied seats on the 

south of the altar in Southwell Minster; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm; lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R Kaye, in. 40o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the tabernacles and piscina in the 
easternmost part of the south aisle of the choir in Southwell 
Minster ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 40i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the inside of a tabernacle on the 
south side of the altar in Southwell Minster ; by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7f in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 4oj.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an arched recess in the south aisle 
ofthecboiriu Southwell Minster ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, in. lofi.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an arched recess in the south aisle of 
llie choir iu Southwell Minster, with heads and bracket, 
" supposed lo represent K. Edward III., his Queen, and the 
Black Prince;" drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in, x 7^^ in. 
[P. R. Ka.ye, uu «io.] 



NOTTINUHAMSHIKK. 



ll:i 



Kleren sketches, io pen and ink, of architectural details of 
Southwell Collegiate Church; drawn by the Rev, ITjonias 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. loi. io3-iiy.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arches in Southwell Collegiate 
Church; drawn by James Essex; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6768. p. 112.J 

Drawings, iu Indian ink, of four capitals of pillars on the out- 
aide of the end of the south transept in Southwell Minster ; 
by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 4 in. [P. R. Kaye, ili. 

Two drawings of brackets in the choir and south aisle of the 
choir of Southwell Minster ; by S- H. Grimm, in 1787 : each 
IQ^ in. X 7i in, [P. R. Kaye, in. 4i3, *u.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a basso relievo and ornament over 
the belfry door in the west comer of the north transept in 
Southwell Minster; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. 
IP. R. Kaye, in. 4U.] 

Eight outline drawings of ancient carvings on the misereres or 
seats of the prebendal stalls in Southwell Minster, entitled 
(at the back) ' Beckingham,' 'Dunham,' ' N. Muskham,' 
'Normanton,' 'Norwell Pashall,' ' Oxton 1' pars,' 'Resi- 
dentiary,' ' S. Scarle ;' by S. H. Grimm : each I OJ in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, in. ws-is*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, uf the gravestone of Robert ^^I'bur, 
Senior, and Margaret his wife, with an inscribed cross, be- 
tween the sixth arch of the nave on the north side, counting 
from the west end, in Southwell Minster ; by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7J in. IP. R. Kaye, in. J44.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of William Booth, 
Archbishop of York, (who died in 1464,) in the south wall 
of the nave in Southwell Minster ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. «;.] 

Drawing, iu Indian ink, of the surface of a monument near 
the east end of the soutli aisle of the choir in Southwell 
Minster, formerly containing two brass sepulchral figures 
" supposed by Mr. Hastall, to be Archbishop Holgate aut 
his wife;" by S. H. Grimm: 10| in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 
ni. M3.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of the monument of Edwin 
Sandys, Archbishop of York, (who died in in the 

choir of Southwell Minster ; drawn in 1 787, [ \\a : 

each \0\ in. x 7^ iu. [P. R. Kaye, in. *15., 
y VOL. II. 



114 NOmNGHAMSHIRE. 

Nine drawings, ID Indian ink, of a graTestone, formerlj con* 
taining a brass 8q:>nlchTal figure, but now destroyed or 
^^ orer-pewed and OTer-benched,^ in Southwell Minster; bj 
S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, lu. 424- 

432.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient monument under an 
arch in the north wall of the nave of Southwell Minster; 
by S. H. Grimm: 10| in. x 7 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

418.] 

Eleven drawings, in Indian ink, of sculptured gravestones, with 
figures and crosses, in Southwell Minster ; by S. H. Grimm : 
each lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 4S3-443.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the inside of the canopy of a monu- 
ment in the north aisle of the choir in Southwell Minster ; 
by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

4tl.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument near the east end of 
the south aisle of the choir in Southwell Minster; by S. H. 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7|- in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 4W.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in the north aisle of 
the choir in Southwell Minster; by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 
10^ in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 4«).] 

View, in Indian ink, of a monument between the arches of the 
north aisle of the choir of Southwell Minster ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. K Kaye, ni. 

419.] 

Two views, in outline, of the ancient gateway to the church- 
yard at Southwell ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 1 f. x 9 
in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 577.] 

View, in outline, of the remains of Southwell Palace, the an- 
cient residence of the Archbishops of York ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x If. [jP- R- Kaye, in. 378.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the north side of the ruins of Southwell 
Palace ; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 380.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the ruins of Southwell Pa- 
lace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 379.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the north wall of South- 
well Palace; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : lOj in. x 7|- 
in. [P. R. Kaye, in. sai.] 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 115 

Sketch, in peDcil, of the arch over the entrance into the clos^ 
at Southwell ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
•4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. 4.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old Vicar's Court, Southwell ; drawn 
in 1775, by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 388.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Vicarage Court of the Residence 
House, Southwell ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10| 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 387.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old Residence House, Southwell ; 
" copied from a drawing of Mr. Bristoe," by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R Kaye, in. 386.] 

Two east views, in Indian ink, of the Residentiary's house at 
Southwell, with part of the Minster and the ruins of the Fa- 
lace; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm: each 1 f . 3 in. x lOj 
in. [P. /J. Kaye, in. 384, 385.] 

View, in outline, of the Durham Prebend House at Southwell ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. -R. Kaye, in. 

389.] 

View, in Indian ink, of White Prebend House in Southwell ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f 1 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

ni. 390.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of an ancient house in 
the south-east comer of the ruins of the palace at Southwell; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

382.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of a parlour called King Charleses 
Boom, at the Saracen^s Head Inn, at Southwell ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 376.] 

A view, in outline, of the pillory and stocks at Southwell ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f . x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

375.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Sutton in Ashfield Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

465.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a gravestone in the floor of the 
chancel of Sutton in Ashfield Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
10|^ in. X 7^ in. [P. R Kaye, in. 466.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Sutton on Trent Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 8 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 467.] 

q2 



llfi NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Oiilline view- of Mr. Unwiii's house at Sutton ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimui: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, in. le^.] 

A soulh-Kast view, in Indian ink, of Tcversall Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm; lOJ in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

A Roiuh-west view, in Indian ink, of Teversall Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm t 10^^ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, m. 

Am. h.-\ 

Onlline drawing of the south porch of Teversall Church; by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 47o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral cross in tlie south aisle 
of Teversall Church ; by S. II. Grimm : \Q\ in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ill. 4Ji.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a brass sepulchral figure in the south 
aisle of Teversall Church ; by S. H. Grimm ; lOj in. X 7j in. 
■ [P. R. Kaye, iir. ^^t.'\ 

Two views, in outline, of the entrance front of Teversall Hall ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : each SJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 17.1-1 

View, in Indian ink, of the garden front of the old mansion or 
Hail at Teversall ; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7i in. [7'. P. Kaye, in. 171.] 

View, in Indian inli, of the Rev. Mr. Plumbtree's house at 
Teversall; drawn in 1787, by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7} 
in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 47ft,] 

Thoresby, in the parish of Edwinstow. See Edwinstow. 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Thomey Church ; 
drawn hy S. H. Grirara : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

in. 47fi.] 

View, in outline, of a (.-nstelluteil building " opposite Mr. 
I'iggolt's" [at Thrumplon ?]; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. 
X in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 3.^h.] 

A south view, in Indian inli, of Tuxford Cliufdi; drawn tjr 
S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 1\ in. (P. R. Kav-, lit. u:.] 

A south view, in Indian w dratm by 

S. H. Grimm : 8 in. x .1 

A south-west vifn . i. , ,. 

the village; iiiii\ 
in. [P. /f. K^v 



NOTTlNonAMSHIKF.. 117 

^lew, in outline, of Warsop Crosses ; drawn by S. H; 
Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, lU. lao.] 

A general view, in oulline, of Wetbeck House, ihe seat of the 
Dulte of Portlaod, talcen from the opposite shore of the lake ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 489.] I 

A view, in outline, of Welbeck House, shewing the offices; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x I f. [P. R. Kaye, lir. 

4B3.] 

A view, in outline, of Welbeck House, taken from the head of 

the lake; drawn by S. H. Gritnm: 1 f. 7 in. x I f. 1 in. 

[P. R. Kaye, in. 48*.] 
A view, in outline, of Welbeck House, copied from an old 

drawing, apparently of the lime of James II. ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 4as.] 

A view, in oulline, of the interior of the riding bouse at Wel- 
beck House, erected by the Marquis of Newcastle in 1623 ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 4S6.] 

1 A view, in outline, of the interior of one end of the riding house 
at Welbeck House; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 f. [P. R. Kaye, iii. lar.] 

Three views, in outliue, of the icehouse at Welbeck ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: each 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [P. H. Kaye.m. 

488-490.] 

View, in outline, of Cow Close Wood, at Welbeck; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 
■wa,] 

View, in outliue, of a road through tie wood at Welbeck Park ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 1 in. x 9^ in. [P. R. Kaye, lii. 

4W.] 

Sis draMiugs, in oulline, of ihe ancient tree called the Green 
Dale Oak, in Welbeck Park; by S. H. Grimm: one 1 f. 
X 10 in., the others l,f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. It Kaye, in. 

\ikv,\ in outline, of an oak and an ash grown together in Wel- 
beck Pavlc; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 iu. x I f. 1 in. 
» IP, P- Km'c, ui. <-i.\ 

-'■s called the Seven Sisters, in Wei- 
Grimm : one 1 f. X 94 in., the 
H. Kaye, in. i9t, 49'i.] 



1 18 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

View, in ouUiDe, of trees called the Two Porters, in Welbeck 
Park; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. 
ELaye, iii. 493.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Manor Lodge, between the parks of 
Worksop and Welbeck ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 
7)^ in. IP. R. Kaye, iii. 506.] 

An outline view of the same : 8 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 

507.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Wellow Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : \0^ in. x 7| in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 48i.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Weston Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 8 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 5«5.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Winthorpe Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. -R. Kaye, iii. 

5«6.] 

Two views, in outline, of WoUaton Hall, near Nottingham, the 
seat of Lord Middleton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9|- 
in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 528.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Woodborough Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 527.] 

A south view, in outline, of Worksop Church : drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 J in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 5«9.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Worksop Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 53o.] 

A west view, in outline, of Worksop Church, and part of the 
town ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R, 
Kaye, in. 5Si.] 

A north-east view, in outline, of Worksop Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, in. 53«.] 

A view, in outline, of Retford Gate, at Worksop; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [P. -R. Kaye, in. 

5J3.J 

A general view, in outline, of Worksop Manor House, the seat 
of the Duke of Norfolk ; drawn by S. H. Grimms 1 f. 7 in. 
X 1 f . [P. R. Kaye, in. 534.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the porter^s lodge in the park of 
Worksop Manor House; drawn in Sept 1792, by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 535.] 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 119 

A view, in outline, in the park at Worksop, with haymakers ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 £ 1 in. x lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

III. 536.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of layers of red earth on the road near 
Worksop ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Ka,je, iii. 537.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Clumber Park, in the parish of Work- 
sop, the seat of the Duke of Newcastle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lO) in. X 7| in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 538.] 



OXFORDSHIRE. 



A COLOBED map of the canal from Oxford to Warwick ; drawn 
in 1777, by Johaun Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, 
on a scale of 3^ miles to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 5 in. [tt Ms. 
46. pi. iii.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the sculpture on the friezes on 
the north and south frxjnts of Adderbury Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm : each lOi in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

Blenheim, in the parish of Woodstock. See Woodstock. 

A colored soulh-west view of Bletchington Church : 8 in. x 6 
in. [d; XXXV. 36.] 

A colored view of Bloxham Church ; drawn by John Buckler, 

in 1802: 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ifr xxxv. 37.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the lid of a stone coffin found at 

Bowney, 1751 : 7i in. x 4 in. [dr xxxv. ss.] 
A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Dorchester Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 3 iu. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 10.] 
View, in outline, of the east end of Dorchester Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [i*. R. Kaye, 

TV. IT.] 

View, in outline, of the south corner of the chancel in Dor- 
chester Church; drawn by S. U. Griinm: 10) in. X 7^ in. 
(/'. fl. Kaye, IV. i6.] 

il Uie north side of the chancel 
I DorchcHlvr ChuicQj 



OXFORDSHIRE. 121 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the north side of Dorchester 
Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. 19.] 

1 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the south aisle of Dorchester 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : \0^ in. x 7 J in. [P. -R. 
Kaye, iv. 21.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the south porch of Dorchester Church ; 
drawn in Aug. 1790, by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. Jo.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a pillar in the nave of Dorchester Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10 J in. x 7j- in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 18.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved circular stone font at 
Dorchester Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7Jin. [P. 
R, Kaye, iv. m.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the window on the north side of the 
altar at Dorchester Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f . 3 
in. X 11 in. [P. B. Kaye, iv. 11.] 

Outline drawing of the window on the south side of the altar in 
Dorchester Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10) in. 
[P. -R. BLaye, iv. i«.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the window over the altar in Dorchester 
Church; by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 13.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the window of the north aisle of Dor- 
chester Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. i4.] 

Five drawings, in outline, of figures of Saints in Dorchester 
Church; by S. H. Grimm: each 10|^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 23-27.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of the monument of one of the 
Segrave family, on the north side of the chancel in Dor- 
chester Church; by S. H. Grimm: each 10^ in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. «8, 29.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of the monument of Judge Stone, 
in Dorchester Church ; by S. H. Grimm : each lOj in. x 7 J 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. so, 3t.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Bishop Ashewyn, 
in Dorchester Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7 J in. 
rP. R. Kaye, iv. 3«.] 



122 OXTOKDSHIRE. 

Drawing, in Indian inlt, of the monumental figure of a knight 
in the chancel of Dorchester Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj 

in. X 7i ill. IP. K. Kaye, iv. 33.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Richard 
Bewfforrest, in the choir of Dorchester Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm: lOJ in. X 7J in. [i*. R. Kaye, iv. 5*.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two sepulchral crosses in the 
south aisle of the chancel of Dorchester Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm: each lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R, Kaye, iv. 3b, .w.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sopulchral brass of an abbat, 
shewing a hand holding a crozier, in the chancel of Dor- 
chester Church; by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 37.] 

View, in outline, of the remains of fortifications near Dor- 
chester; drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. aa.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the junction of the Thames and Isis, 
near Dorchester ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in, 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 55.] 

Another view, in outline, different from the preceding j drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 1^ in. [P. R. Kiiye, iv. 56.] 

Godstow, in the parish of Woolvercott. See Woolvercott. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a carved pillar at Enstone; by S. 
H. Grimm : lOJ in. x l\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 39.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the doorway of Ewelme Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 40.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Chaucer, in 

Ewelme Church; by S. H. Grimm; lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. 

R. Kaye, iv. it.] 
View, in outline, of the monument of the Duchess of Suffolk, 

in Ewelme Church ; drawn by S. II. Grimin : 1 f, 3 in, x 

lOjin. [P. J2. Kaye, IV. 41.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the figure of the Duchess of Suffolk, 
on her monument in Ewelme Church, «-ith an outlini' sketch 
of the same ; by S. H. Grimm : each lOj in. x 7i in. IP- 
R. Kaye, iv, 4,1.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of 
CbuTch ; by S. H. Gi 

IV. 43.] 



OXFORDSHIRE. 123 

View, in Indian Ink, of the entrance front of Rycott House, 
in Ihe parish of Great Ilaseley; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10^ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kayc, iv. 109.] 

, View, in outline, of the approach to Henley ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, iv. 53,] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Heythorpe, near Chipping Norton, 
the seat of the Earl of Shrewsbury ; 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[# XXXV. ;U.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west door of Iffley Church, 
with diagrams to shew the rationale of the construction ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. X 6 in, : with a 
pencil sketch of the same. \_Add. 6738. ff, 6, ?.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font on piUars in 
Iffley Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6736. fol. 9i.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Minster Lovel 
Priory; [drawn by William Calcott?] : each 9 in. x 7 in. 
[A XXXV, ai. 6. C.I 

" Plan de Oxford : " being a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist, about 1650, shewing the walls and churches: 1 f. 9 in. 
X 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art it.] 

■View, in outline, of Oxford, taken from Shotover Hill ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, 
JV. 64.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Oxford, taken " from the 
garden;" drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 66.] 

Ad east view, in Indian ink, of Oxford, taken " from the seat 

in the garden;" drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iv. 7o.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Oxford, taken from the bridge 

oTCT the Cherwell, on the road to Abingdon ; drawn by 

LS. H, Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. in. X 1 f 3 in. [P. R. 

I Kaye, iv. ee.] 

( ricw, hi Indian Ink, of Oxford, Udcen from the bridge on the 
I Abingdon road; drawn b S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7} in. 
] [P. R. Kayt-, IV. r*.] 

from the turnpike on the 
Grimm: I C 3 in. x lOj 



194 



OXFORDSHIRE. 



A north Tiew of Oxford, taken from the road near the Observ- 
atory ; drawn by S. 11. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. S in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. er.] 

A south Tieiv, in Indian ink, of Oxford, taken from the Iffley 
road; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. 
n. Kaye, iv. 6a.] 

Two north-east views, in Indian ink, of St. Clement's Church, 
Oxford; drawn by W[illiam] C[alcolt], in 1778: 8f in. x 
6^ in, [sb xxxiv. 26. b. <?.] 

A uorth-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Ebb's Church, in the 
city of Oxford ; drawn by P. B., in 17i)7 : 9 in. x 7^ in. [* 
xxxiv. w, ). a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the font in St. Ebb's Church : 8j in. 
X 6^ in. [ft XXXIV. 17. 1. b.} 

A soulh view, in Indian ink, of St. Giles's Church, in the 
suburbs of the city of Oxford ; [drawn by William Cakoil ?] ; 

9 in. X 6 in. [ft x.\xiv. a?, s.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Mary 
Magdalen, in the city of Oxford ; drawn by P. B,, in 1797 : 

10 in. X 7 J in. [ft XXXIV. S7. i. n,] 

Drauing, in Indian ink, of the circular font in Magdalen 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [/». R. Kaye, 

IV. 84.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Martin's Church, in the 
city of Oxford ; drawn by P. B., in 1797 : 9 in. x 7^ in. [ft 
XXXIV. J7. 3. a.] 

A south view, in pencil, of St. Michael's Church and Bocardo, 
as it formerly existed, in the city of Oxford ; taken from the 
Com Market : 6^ in. x 6 in. [ft xxxiv. S7. 5.] 

Plan, in pencil, of Grymbald's Crypt, in St. Peter's Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thumas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in, [Add. 
e738. fol. 1S6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of two ancient carved heads at Brazen 
Nose College ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i iu. [P. A 
Kaye, iv. a».J 

A colored view of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, taken 

from the meadows ; drawn by James Roberts, in 1794 : I f. 

5j in. X 1 f. [P. R. Cracherodf wj.] 
A colored view of the spire of 

from the meadows ; dra* 

I f. 6i in. X 1 f. J in. 



OXPORDSHIBE. 



125 



Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the nave of Christ Church 
Cathedral, Oxford; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 

[_Jdd. 67G8. p. 104.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Christ Church Meadows, looking to- 
wards Magdalen College; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. B. Kaye, iv. n.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the junction of the Isis and Cherwell, 
by Christ Church Meadows; drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOi 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 57.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the junction of the Pactolus and Isis, in 
Christ Church Meadows; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOf in. 
X 7i in, \_P. R. Kaye, rv. 58.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the hospital opposite to Christ Church 
Gate J drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 83,] 

An unfinished colored view of the old gate of Magdalen 
College: 1 f. 3 in. x Hj in. [* xxxv. s. m.] 



A colored view of Magdalen To' 
Roberts : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. J in. 



■, Oxford J drawn by James 
[P. R. Cracherode, wi.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Magdalen College Tower, taken from 
the Grove; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. 73.] 

A view, in outline, of Magdalen College Grove, taken from the 
bridge ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 71 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv, t6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Root House in Magdalen College 

Grove; drawn by S. H. Grimm; 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [P. 

R. Kaye, rv. r?.] 
A view, in outline, of the inside of the entrance of Magdalen 

College Garden ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOi 

in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. tb.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Oxford, taken from the scat in 
Magdalen College Garden; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f, 3 
^ in. X lOi in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. t5.] 

A view, in outline, of a mulberry tree [in Magdalen College 
Garden f]; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. 
[P. R, Kaye, iv. 79.] 

Indian ink, of Oxford, taken from Old Magdalen 
? S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 



1 26 OXFORDSHIRE. 

A colored ^* plan of Magdalen Bridge as at present, with the 
parts adjacent:^ being the original design for the removal 
of the east gate, and for forming a new road to St Clement's ; 
drawn by J. Gwynn, in Jan. 1771, on a scale of 40 feet to 
an inch : 5 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [^ xxxiv. 33. 3. a.] 

A plan and section for a sewer under the Long Walk and the 
High Street, to fall into the Cherwell near Magdalen Bridge ; 
the plan on a scale of 20 feet to an inch ; the section on a 
scale of 2i feet to an inch : 3 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [^ xxxiv. 

:J3. 5. b.] 

A colored plan and elevation of the bridge at Oxford over the 
Cherwell ; drawn in 1777, by Johann Ludewig Hogrewe, 
Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 60 feet to an inch : 11 in. 
X 5 in. [tib Ms. 46, plate ii.] 

Hkctch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great east window 
of Merton College Chapel ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 7 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6744. fol. 29.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a side window of the 
chapel of Morton College; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. ii6.] 

IMan and two elevations, in Indian ink, of the south front of 
Quoon*s College ; drawn on a scale of 7 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 6 in. ; accompanied by a manuscript description, 
[ib XXXV. to. q. r. «.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the Theatre, Oxford, 
during the commemoration ; drawn in 1781, by S. H. Grimm: 
I f. 9 in. X 1 n S in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 96.] 

An oast view of the Prior^s House of the Black or Dominican 
Friars^ now standing in the city of Oxford; drawn in 1797, 
[by William Calcott ?] : 8^ in. x 7 in. [^ xxxiv. 53. 4. i.] 

A stnilh-wost viow of the Prior's House of the Black or Do- 
minican Friars; drawn in 1797 [by William Calcott?]: 8| 
\ 7 in. lib XXXIV. 55. 4. <!.] 

A ct^loTtn) norlh-w«^t view of the building called Fiiar Bacon^s 
SuuK, at 0x6ml: 8 J in. x 7 in. [* xxxiv. 54. 6.] 

Vi<>w« iu Indian ink» of iho niins of Bemumont, formeriy a palace 
of King Kiohartl Il.« iu»sur Glouceslex Green, at Oxford; 
drawn by S, IK Griuim: 10} iu. x 7} in. [P. J2. Kaye, 
IV. u^v) 

A cx^Knw^l virw \Mr ihif Ttiiiis v>f tVNuunont Palace* Oxford : 1 f. 
I in \ 5*1 in •; # \ wiv , .S.V > " 



OXFOBDSHISE. 127 

', iQ outline, of the Castle Hill and Moat, Oxford ; drawn 
in X78I,by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, IV. 80.] 

U south view, in Indian ink, of Oxford Castle, taken from the 
W^ Governor's garden ; copied " from an original drawing in the 
W possession of Mr, Wisdom, late Governor," by H, H., in 
1787 : 11 in. X 6j- in. [ft sxxrv. 30. c] 

A colored "plan of Bocardo and parts adjacent," being the 
original design for removing the Bocardo, or old gaol, which 
stood across the Com Market, by St. Michael's Church, and 
the buildings in St, Magdalen's Chnrch-yard ; drawn by J. 
Gwynn, Jan. 10, 1771, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [A xxxiv. 33. s. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of North Gate, or Bocardo, and 
St. Michael's Church, Oxford ; drawn by WCilliam] C[alcott] : 
7 in. X 6 in. [^ xxxiv, 35. i.] 



A north view, 

C[alcott]: f 



3 Indian ink, of Bocardo ; drawn by W[illiam] 
in. X 6^ in. [A xxxiv. 33. 3. ft.] 



I 



I A north view, in Indian ink, of Little South Gate, Oxford j 
I drawn by W[Uliam] C[alcott], in 1777 : II in. x 8j in. [# 
I xxxir. 35. i. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Little South Gate, in Oxford ; 
drawn by W[illiam] C[alcott],in 1777 : 104 in- ^ 8 in. [* 
XXXIV. 35. 2. i.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of the Old Town Hall of the city 
of Oxford, taken down to be rebuilt, 1751 ; copied by W. P. 
Bartlett, from an original drawing in the possession of Mr. 
W. Fletcher: 9 in. x 8 in. [* xxxiv, as. a,] 

A colored plan of the Town and County Hall at Oxford ; 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. [^^ 
XXXIV. 3*. 6.] 

plan, in Indian ink, of the Market under the Town and 
County Hall at Oxford ; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. [ft xxxiv. ss. c] 

colored plan of the New Market, Oxford, with an elevation 
of the east front, next the centre avenue ; being the original 
plan " referred to in certain articles of agreement " between 
the corporation and the builder, and signed by them 2 Oct. 
1773; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 3 f. x 1 f. 8 
[ft XXXIV. 3s, e.] 



128 OXFOEDSHIBE. 

A colored plan and elevation for a general workhouse for the 
Cily of Oxford ; drawn in October, 1771, by J. G. : 2 f. 2 in. 

X 1 f. 9 in. [s& xxxrv, 33. >.] 

Two views, in outline, of part of the ruins of Osney Abbey ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: each lOj in, x 7j in, [P. R. 
Kaye, iv, 59, eo.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Osney Mill ; diawn in 1737 : 10 in. 
X 5 in. [ii XXXV. 51. d.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Ruley or Rewley Abbey, in 
North Osney ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; 10| in. x 7i in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 101.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the west end of Ruley or Rewley 
Abbey ; drawn by S, H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7* in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. los.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the gate of Rnley or Rewley Abbey, in 
the garden on the Isis ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in, x 
7j iu. [/*. R. Kaye, iv, 103.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of a room in Ruley or 
Rewley Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. X 7J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, rv. lO*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a chimney-piece in Ruley or Rewley 
Abbey; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye. 
rv. to5.] 

Drawing, In Indian ink, of a sculptured niche in a walk of 
Ruley or Rewley Abbey ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j- in. 
[P, U, Kaye, iv. 10:.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two sculptured shields of arms, viz., 
of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, and of the Empire, in Ruley or 
Rewley Abbey ; by S. H. Grimm : each lOj in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. loe. iob.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken at Ueadington Hill, near Oxford j 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

View, in Indian ink, of Dimond Hall, a public house, a mile 
from Ox/ord; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 1^ in.; 
with a pencil sketch of the same. 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. Si).] 

View, in Indian ink, of Dowland's house, near Oxford, "gene- 
rally called tlie Harpsichord House, from the form of the 
garden ; " drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10| in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaj-e, IV. 9B.] 



I 



OXFORDSaiKE. 199 

View, in Indian ink, taken on the road near Oxford ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOJ in, x Tj in. [P. R. Kaje, iv. 97.] 

Two view s, in outline, taken on the road near Oxford ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : each lOj in. x 7^ id. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

6f, 6.1.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font in Rotherfield 
Grays Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 bi. 
X 4 in. {Add, 6736. fol. 61.] 

Rycott House, in the parish of Great Haseley. See IIasf.ley. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Salford 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [/». R. Kaye, 
1?. no.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the church and adjacent buildings at 
Staunton Harcunrt; diawn by S. li. Giiinm: 1 f. Sin. x 
lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. lu.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font at Slauii- 
lon Harcourt Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 74 in, 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. \u.'] 

View, in Indian ink, of the moouiuent of one of the Harcourt 
family and his wife, in Staunton Harcourt Church; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm ; 10^ in. x 7^ in. : with an outline sketch 
of the same. [P, R. Kaye, iv. 115.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sepulchral figures of one of 
the Harcourt (iiuiily and his wile, on thuir monument in 
Staunton Harcourt Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 
74 in. : with an outline sketch of the same. [P. R. Kaye, 
IV. 116.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of a knight in Staunton 
Harcourt Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : \(l^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. ii7.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral figure of a lady in Staun- 
ton Harcourt Churcb ; by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in, x 7\ in. 
{P. R. Kaye, iv. iia.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ancient parsonage bouse at Staun- 
ton Harcourt; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. X 7^ iu. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. ii'j.] 

View, in outliue, of the interior of the kitchen at Staunton Har- 
court; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in, x 74 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 1*0.] 

View, in outline, of " Thatersworth [Tetsworth], near Oxford, 
alias Virgin's Hall ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm ; 1 f. 7 in. x 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 121.] 

VOL. II. k 



ISO 



OXFOKDSUIBE. 



f Wifeld Priory ; drawn April 18tb," 



A colored south view i 
1762: 6i in. x 4 in. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the remains of Henry the Second's 
Palace in Woodstock Park ; drawn [by Williaui Calcotl ?] : 
11 in. X 6 in. [ft xxxv. as. e.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Blenheim House, the seat of the 
Duke of Marlborough, taken from the porter's lodge ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. .i.] 

View, in outline, of part of Blenheim House, taken from the 
park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. X lOj in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 4,] 

View, in outline, of the bridge in Blenheim Park, looking to- 
wards Woodstock ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. X lOJ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 7.] 

View, in outline, of the cascade in Blenheim Park j drawn May 
11, 1781, by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 6.] 

View, in outline, of the pillar in Blenheim Park, taken from the 
statue of the Slave; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 178! : 1 f. 
3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. a.] 

View, in outline, in Blenheim Park, with a distant view of Rosa- 
mond's Well ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iV. g.] 

View, in outline, of part of Blenheim Park, with the column, 
taken from the road from Hopcroft Holt; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 104 in- x ^i in- LP- R- Kaye, iv. 5.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inn at Hopcrofl's Holt, near Blen- 
heim; drawn by S. H. Grimm; lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R, 
Kaye, iv. 54.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the front of Chaucer's House at Wood- 
stock, now a malt-house, from the court; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj iu. x 7^ iu. [P. R. Kaye, iv. isj.] 

View, in outline, of Chaucer's House at Woodstock ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j- in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. isi.] 

View, in outline, of the back part of Chaucer's House, as seen 
from the park; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in, x 7i in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. iii.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sculpture over the door of the 
Bear Inn at Woodstock; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. X 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. iw.] 



I 



OXFORDSHIRE. 131 

I views, in oulline, of part of the ruins of Godstow 

Nunnery, in the parish of Woolvercott; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : each 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. [P. 11. Kaye, IV. 4B, 49.] 
I View, in outline, of the outside of the chapel of Godstow 

Nunnery ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [P. 

R. Kaye, iv. si.] 
View, in oulline, of the interior of the ruins of the chapel of 

Godslow Nunnery; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 

lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 5a.] 
I View, in Indian ink, of the gate of Godstow Nunnery ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. X 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. so.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Wroxton House, the seat of the Eail 

of Guilford ; drawn in 1781, by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 

1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. ise.j 
I A view, in Indian ink, of *' Wroxton, the seat of Earl Guild- 
ford;" drawn by G. P. Harding; 7 in. x 6 in. [P. R. 

Crowle, IV. im,] 
I View, in Indian ink, taken in Wroxton Park ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 1^7.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the ^eat water-piece in Wroxton Park; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 £ 3 id. x lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. I.C.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the cascada in Wroxton Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

130.] 

["View, in outline, of the temple and bridge in Wroxton Park ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. 

Kaye, IV. Ii8.] 
View, in outline, of tlie dairy in Wroxton Park; drawn in 

17B1, by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 1*9.] 
View, in outline, of the Chinese seat in Wroxton Park ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P, R. Kaye, iv. 

131.] 

View, in outline, of the ruined gateway in Wroxton Park; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm; lOJ in. x 7|^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV, 13S.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sun-dial at Wroxton ; by S. H. 
Grimm: JOi in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. m.] 

s 3 



RUTLANDSHIRE. 



Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Bridge 
Casterton and Great Casterton Churches ; drauii by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. ISJ.] 

A diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the con. 
struction of the chancel of Empingham Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6745. fol. 

55.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Exton Church, and of Exlon 
Park, the seat of the Earl of Gainsborough : i f. 2 in. x 8 in. 

[ib XXXVI. 6. s.] 

Plan and four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details 
of Tickencote Church, near Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. 35-39.] 

Two diagrams to shew the rationale of the copstruction of the 
great arch and of the chancel of Tickencote Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6738. ff. 109. 143.] 



SHROPSHIRE. 



An outline map of Shropshire ; drawn temp. Elizabeth, on a 
scale of four miles to an inch: 11 in. x 7} in. [O. R. 
Libr. 18. d. hi. fol. 85.] 

A colored map of the hundreds of Clun and Purslow ; drawn 
temp. Elizabeth : some of the names are in the handwriting 
of Lord Burghley: 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [O. R. Libr. 
18. D. III. fol. 91.] 

A colored map of the hundred of Oswestry ; drawn ^temp. 
Elizabeth: some of the names are in the handwriting of 
Lord Burghley : 1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. [O. R. Libr. 1 8. d. m.fol. 93.] 

Atterley, in the parish of Much Wenlock. See Wenlock. 

A colored view of Boscobel House, where Charles II. was con- 
cealed after the battle of Worcester ; drawn by J. Walker : 
7 in. X 5 in. [tf? xxxvi. 24. i.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of the plan 
of Build was Abbey; ^' as I think it was set out;** drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x 5 in. [Jdd. 6745. 
fol. so.] ' 

A colored west view of the ruins of the Manor Abbey, Hales 
Owen : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 J in. [^ xxxvi. i4. g.] 

A colored view of part of the ruins of the Manor Abbey, Hales 
Owen : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 J in. [* xxxvi. 14. A.] 

Two diagrams, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of 
the chancel arch in Hawkstone Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6745. ff. 

58. 60.] 

A colored south-west view of St. Kenelm^s Chapel, near Hales 
Owen : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. [sb xxxvi. 1^9. i.] 



134 SHROPSHIRE. 

Sketchy in pen and ink, of the doorway of Littleshall Abbey; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6750. fol. 140.] * 

A view, in Indian ink, taken from the bridge at Ludlow ; 
drawn by Deare, in 1766 : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [tf? 

XXXVI. 15. /*.] 

A plan of the iron works at Madeley Wood ; drawn by George 
Perry, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[* XXXVI. 16. 1.] 

A map of the forest of Morfe ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f . 4 
in. X 1 f. [O. R. Libr. 18. d. hi. fol. 87.] 

A colored plan or bird's eye-vie^i^ of the town of Shrewsbury ; 
drawn temp. Elizabeth : some of the names are in the hand- 
writing of Lord Burghley : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [O. R. 
Libr. 18. d. hi. fol. 89.] 

'^Plan de Schrowesbury:" being a colored plan to shew the 
walls and churches ; drawn by a French artist, about 1650, 
on a scale of 100 paces to 1^ inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 
[Add. 11,564. art 15.] 

A colored south view of Shrewsbury Castle ; drawn by Paul 
Sandby : 7} in. x 5 in. \P. R. Cracherode, 398.] 
This has been engraved by Watts. 

Plan of the nave of St. MichaePs Church, Long Stanton ; ^ bb 
well as I could make it out from my own rough measure- 
ments ;" drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 6738. fol. 132.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the north side 
of the nave of Long Stanton Church ; drawn in May, 1788, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6757. 

fol. 88.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in St Michael's 
Church, Long Stanton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
3 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6736. fol. rr.] 

A plan and south elevation, in Indian ink, of Wellington 
Church, built in 1788, G. Stuart, Architect; drawn on a 
scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x II in. [tf? xxxvi. 

19. 1.] 

A ^^ map of an estate at Atterley, in the parish of Much Wen- 
lock, in the county of Salop, and also of a parcel of land in 
South Field, in the same parish, the property of Mr. F. Ash,** 
surveyed by Joseph Powell, in 1773 ; drawn on vellum, on 
a scale of four chains to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 2 f. [A 

XXXVI. «5.] 



SOMERSETSHIRE. 



A COLORED chart of " the coste of England upon Severne," 
being the whole north coast of Somersetshire ; with the forts 
erected thereon, temp. Henry VIII. : 6 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i. 8.] 

See also vol. i. pp. 52, 53. 

Abbot* s Leigh. See Leigh. 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Ashton Long Church, near 
Bristol; drawn in 1780, bj S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Eaye, iv. 135.] 

^Plan de Bathe": a colored plan shewing the walls and 
churches ; drawn about 1650, by a French artist : 1 f. 9 in. x 
1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art 8.] 

A colored view of the city of Bath : 9 in. x 6 in. \sb xxxvii. 
«5. g.'\ 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bath, taken from the Southern Hill ; 
drawn by A. B. Lens, in 1727 : 1 f. 1 in^ x 8} in. [ib 

XXXVII. 25. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bath, taken from the Bristol road ; 
drawn in 1788, by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 137.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Bath, and of Whitcomb 
Church, from the road to Prior Park; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm in July, 1789 : 10 J in. x 7 J- in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

136.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Bath, with the new Crescents ; 
drawn in August, 1788, by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 138.] 



136 SOMERSETSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of Bath from the new Crescent to the 
White House, taken from the meadows; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1788: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i4i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the summer houses in the meadow at 
Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOJ in. x 
7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i82.] 

Distant view, in Indian ink, of the upper and under Crescent, 
Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x 7j- in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. i39.] 

View, in outline, of part of Bath, with Pulteney Bridge ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f . 3 in. x \0\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

South view, in Indian ink, of St Michael's Church, the Abbey 
Church, and the South Parade ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1788 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i4«.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of the Abbey Church, Market 
House, and St Michael^s Church, taken from the meadows ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: 10^ in. x 7) in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. i43.] 

East view, in Indian ink, of the Abbey Church and the Old 
Room ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10^ in. X 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 144.] 

North-east view, in Indian ink, of the Abbey Church and the 
Grove ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10^ in. x 7i|- in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. i45.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west end of the Abbey Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, Aug. 30, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7i|^ in. 
[P. R. VLsLye^ iv. i46.] 

View, in Indian ink, of *' the right wing of the west end of the 
Abbey Church ;** drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOJ 
in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i47.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the Abbey Church, 
looking west, as seen during divine service ; drawn in 1788, 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

161.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ceiling in the vestiy of the Abbey 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : 10^ in. x 7i^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. 148.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in the 
Abbey Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. 
jR. Kaye, iv. 149.] 



I 



S0MERSKT3FIRE, 137 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of two angels' heads in ihe north tran- 
sept of Bath Abbey Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. X 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, rv. 150,] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in the Abbey 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 In. x 
4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 156-161.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Alderman Barto- 
lomy Bam, of London, on the south side of the allar in the 
Abbey; by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. i56.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Wm. Busby, 
Bart., in the Abbey Chureh ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: 
lOi in, X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. isd.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Quin, the actor, 
in the Abbey Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : loj 
in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv, 157.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Mr. Turner against 
a pillar of the south row of the choir in the Abbey Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 J in.: with an outline sketch 

in pencil, of the same. [P, R, Kaye, iv. 156.] 

Drawing, in Indian Ink, of the monument of Robert Walsh, 
Esq., on a pillar of the south side of the nave of the Abbey 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

lY. 16*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Lady Walter, in 
the sonth transept of the Abbey Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1788, with a drawing of the figures: each lOi in. X 
7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 153,] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient monument on the east 
wall of the Abbey Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : 
lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. ise.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument under a window in the 
south aisle of the east end of the Abbey Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj in. x 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

151,J 

A colored " representation of the subterranean ancient stoves, 
as discover'd, 1727, in Bath, wlien the brass head was found 
near 16 feet below the surface of the street ; drawn and 
measured upon the place at Bath, 20 Aug. 1727, by Bernard 
Lens," copied by Fris cilia Combe; 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [ib 
xxxvii. 36. 0.] 
, VOL. II. T 



138 SOMERSETSHIRE. 

A colored plan of the Roman baltis ami stoves discovered in 
1755 under the Abbey house at Balh, on the estate of the 
Dulie of Kingston, which was taken down about 1759 ; drawn 
on a scale of 5^ feet to an inch: I f. 7 in. x 1 f, 2 in. [tfr 
XXXYtl. SB. 6.] 

A colored plan and section of the same, on a scale of 10 feet to 
an inch : I f. 2 in. x 11 in. [* xxxvii. sa. e.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of the remains of the Roman 
baths discovered in 17fl5: 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [ftxxxvii. 



i, by the same hand : 10 ii 



: 6(in. 



A smaller view of the s 

[Sfi( XXXVlI. SB, /] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the sudatines, with thestmclure of the 
hollow bricks to convey the fire, discovered in 1755 : 1 f, 1 J 
in. X 8 in. [dp xxxviir. 38. d.] 

A smaller view of the same, by the same baud; 1 f. x 8 in. 

[fi xx.'svri. as. g.] 
Sketches of bricks and tiles of the Hypocaustum : 1 1 in. x 6| 

in. [* xxxvn. ae. A.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the King's Balh, with part of the Queen's 
Bath, seen through an opening ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. iGj.] 

A horizontal sectional view, in Indian ink, of the private bath 
under the pump room of the King's Balh at Balh ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. ler.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the well-house of the King's Bath, at 
Balh, with the statue of King Biadud; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1788: lOj in. X 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 169.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the pump of the King's Bath at Bath; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOj in. x 1\ in. [i». R. 
Kaye, iv. iiie.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the New or Pultenfey Town, Balh, as it 
was the end of June, 1789, taken from a house in the Orange 
Grove; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. m.] 

View, in Indian ink, of ihe interior of the Cross Batli ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 174.] 



SOMERSETSUIRK. 1 39 

Tiro views, in Indian ink, of the pumps of the Hot Balhs ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : each lOj- in. x 7j in. [P. 

R. Kaye, iv. m, 1T3.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the front of the private bath towards 

Stall Street, Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: 10^ 

in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. no.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the Caslle at Bath ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in July, 1788: 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

161.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the back part of the ^ol, Bath ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788; lOj in. x 7} in. {P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 179.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the house of the late Mr. Nash, in St. 
John's Place, Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in JiUy, 1790 : 
lot in- X H i"- [P- ff- Kaye, rv. 175.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the obelisk called Nash's Ray, at Bath ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790: lOj in. x l\ i». 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. i76.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Grove at Bath, with a represent- 
ation of the chairmen celebrating Lord Bayhum's re-election ; 
drawn by S. H, Grimm, in August, 1789 : lOj in, x 7} in. 
{P. R. Kaye, iv. 191.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two Roman altars in the town house, 
Bath ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 177.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of the fragment of the monument 
of some bishop, now on a house opposite to the north-west side 
of the town house ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790 : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. ibi.] 

A south-east view, taken from the upper Bristol road, near 
Balh; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. lae.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from the bridge of the upper Bristol 
road, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1 788 : 10^ in. x 
7f in. \P. R. Kaye, iv. las.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the bank at the separation of the upper 
and lower Bristol roads, near Batb ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1790 : lOj^ in. x 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, isi.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the place called *' Jack Ass Tavern," on 
the Bristol road, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 
1790: lOi in. X 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, iv. m.] 

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140 



SDMBRSGTSHIRE. 



View, in Indian ink, of an engine-house on Ihe Bristol loai 

near Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm.in 1788: 10^ in. x Zjin, 

[F. R. Kaye, iv. ib8.] 
View, in Indian ink, of a large stone trough by the side of the 

Salisbury road, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 

1790 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. H. Kaye, iv. mi.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the Castle Down stone quarries and ibe 

road, taken from a window at Bath ; drawn by S. 11, Grimm, 

in July, 1789 : lOj^ in, x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 301,] 
View, in Indian ink, of the quarry on Castle Down, near Bath ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj in. x 7^- in. [P. R. 

Kaye, iv. sos.] 
View, in Indian ink, taken near Bath, coming down fi-om 

Castle Down; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOj 

in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, rv. 503.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken on the Telbury road ; drawn 
S. H. Grirara, in July, 1790 : 10^ in. x 7j^'in. [P. R. Ki 

IT. 414.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Bear lun, called the Toghill 

House, near Balh; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 

lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 415.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Balheaston ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 

in 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 193.] 
View, in Indian ink, of a gentleman's house at Batheaston ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, m 1788: lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. 

Kaye, IV. 194.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Batheaston and Salisbury Hill, taken 

from Mr. Willshire's at Bathford ; drawn by S. H. Grinun, 

in July, 1790 : \Q\ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 196.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the hills opposite to Balhcastou; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 195.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old barn, and a south-west view of 
the church at Bathford; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790 : 10^^ in. X 1^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 199.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the arch between the chancel and the 
body of the church at Bathford ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1790 : 10^ in. x 7^ in, [P. R. Kaye, iv. *oo.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Bathford 
Church ; drawn by S. II. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. x 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. Joi.] 



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790: 1 



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SOMERSETSHIHIi. 141 

A view, in ludian ink, o( Stiockerwick, in the parish of Batb- 
ford, the seat of W. Wiltshire, Esq,, on Kingsdown Hill, 
near Bath; drawn in July, 1755 : 1 1 in. X 7j in. [tfif xxxvii. 

30. C] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Shotnick [Shockerwick ?], with a dis- 
tant view of Colton Church, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1790 : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 40*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of Mr. Wiltshire's barn at 
Bathford; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. 
X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. aos,] 

View, in Indian ink, of Bathford, with a distant part of Bath, 
taken from Mr. Wiltshire's terrace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in August, 1790: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 197.] 

View, in Indian ink, of King's Hill, Farley Hill, and Bathford 
Hill, taken iiom Middlehill ; drawn by S. H. G^imm, in 
August, 1789 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. lea.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Middlehill, near Bath; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in August, 1789: lOj^ in. x 7J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. sa?.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Cross Keys House, at the branching off 
of the Salisbury road, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Gnmm, in 
July, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 33?.] 

Drawing, in ludian ink, of a sculptured figure on the north wall 
of Batbhampton Church; by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. x 5 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, 904.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Salisbury Hill and Bathbampton, taken 
&om the road to Charlcombe, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 
SOS.] 

I A colored "sun'ey of the Mannor of Batbtvick, in the county of 
Somerset, belonging to the Hon*'*. William Pulteiiey, Esq., 
taken by William Sutton," in 1727, on a scale of 16 perches 
to an inch ; drawn on vellum, by W. Wyelh, in 173S; 2 f. 
10 in. X 2 f, 4 in. [ft) xxxvii. ^9. a. i.] 

f View, in Indian ink, of Bathwick; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1788 ; lOj in. X 7^^ in, [P. R. Kaye, iv. so>.] 

I A colored south-west view of the old church at Bathwick, 
since taken down; drawn in 1806: 7^ in. x 6 in. [ft 
XXXVII. S9. 6.] 
Beach Cliff, in the parish of Widcombe. See Widcombb. 



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View, in Indian ink, of the Coach and Horses Inn, near Bed- 
minster; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788: 10^ in. 
X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. ■io?.] 

View, in outline, of an elm tree near Bedminster ; drawn b; S. 
H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. sros.] 

A plan, on Tellum, of " Priory Estate, in the parish of Beelou," 
behinging to John Lane, Esq. ; drawn on a scale of 3 chains 
to an inch ; 1 f. x 7^ in. [* sxxvin. 19. 1.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window over the church 
porch at Bridgewater ; drawn by James Essex : 3 in. X S in. 
{Add. 6770. p. 13.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window over the church 
porch at Bridgewater; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 
" from Essex's MSS." : 3 in. X 3 in. [Add. 0743. fol. B9.] 

A colored west view of the ruins of Bridgewater Castle ; drawn 
in 1761 : 10 in. x 7 in. [ft xxxtiii. 1. a.] 

An east view of Brislington Church, near Bristol ; drawn by S- 
H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. «17.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the tower of Brislington 
Church; drawn by S. H. Grinmi, in Sept. 1789: lOj in. x 
7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. «b.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Mount Pleasant, in Uie parish of Bris- 
lington ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 ; lOj in. x 
7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sis.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old Bristol gate at Mount Pleasant, 
taken from the park ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOj 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 2ai.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old Bristol gate at Mount Pleasant, 
at Brislington, taken from the road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1789 : 10^ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 2>o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a gentleman's house in the parish of 
Brislington; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789: lOj 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. asa.] 

View, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Broadway Church, 
with part of the church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 2Bi>.] 

Three views, in Indian ink, of Brockley Coomb; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj^ in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

R10-89I.] 



SOMERSETSBIBE. 143 

V, in Indian ink, of tlie Point and Kingswood, above 

Brockley Coomb ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788: 

lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. ayo,] 
View, in Indian Ink, of the point of land and windmill above 

Brockley Coomb ; drawn by S. II. Grimm, in August, 1788 ; 

lOj in. X 1^ in. [P. R. Kaje, iv. i95.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Brockley Windmill and Bowling-green 

House; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^ in. X 

7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. -m.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the top of Brockley Coomb, taken from 
the windmill; drawn by S, H. Grimm, in August, 1788: lOj 
in. X 7| in. [P. R. Kaye, rv. S93.] , 

View, in Indian ink, of Brockley Coomb, with the oak and 

stone table; drawn in Augu.st, 1788, by S. H. Grimm: lOj 

in. X 7i in. \_P. R. Kaye, iv. soo.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the oak and stone table at Brockley 

Coomb ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. 

Kaye, iv. age.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Brockley Bowling-green ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOf in. X 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. S97.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Brockley Bowling-green ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. ft. Kaye, 

IV, 09.] 

Burton-Pynsent, in the parish of Curry-Rivel, See Cdrry- 
RrvEL. 

View, in Indian ink, of Gamely, near Hinton Blewet ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : 10^ in. x 7 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. ad4.] 

" An accurate map of the mannor of Castle Gary, wherein is 
described the roades, rivers, ponds, foolepaths, etc., thereto 
belonging, by John Ward, teacber of the mathematicks, at 
William Sare's house, in Ratchffe, mercliant; " drawn about 
the year 1650, on vellum : 4 f. x 3 f. 5 in. [Add. 9050.] 

Cansham. See Keynsham. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Chapel Plaister, near Bath ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 

Kaye, iv. 304.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the porch of Chapel Plaister ; drawn by 

S.H.Grimra,in Aug. 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. ff. Kaye, 

IV. 305.] 



View, in Indian ink, of the tree before ihe Bell, at Chapel 
PJaister; drawn byS. H. Grimni : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 306,] 

A general north west view of Charlcombe, near Bath, taken from 
the hill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOJ in. x TJ in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iv. 30s.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Charlcombe Church and Parson' 
age-house; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj in 
X 7^- in. [P, R. Kaye, iv. 309.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Charlcombe Church 
drawn by S. H. Grimni, in July, 1790: lOJ in. x 7\ in. 
[P. fi.-Kaye, iv. sio.] 

A colored south-west view of Charicombe Church, near Bath 
drawn in 1806: 7j in. X 6 in. [ffl x.\xviii. 3o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the putpit in Charlcombe Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOj in. x 7j in. \_P. R. Kaye, 
IV. 311.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in Charl 
combe Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x l\ in. [i*. 
R. Kaye, rv. 31a.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old Mansion-bouee at Charl- 
combe, with a distant view of the church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

3J3,] 

View, in Indian ink, of the porch door in Charleton Church, 
near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. 
X 7J- in. [P. K. Kaye, iv. 307.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Claverton House and Church ; 
drawn by S, H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOi in. x 7j in. 
\P. R. Kaye, it. 3i5.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Claverton House ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 314.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument and mausoleum of Mr. 
Allen, in the churchyard of Claverton ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, it. 
3.6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the stone quarry for mouldings on 
Claverton Down: *!" « H. Grimm, in Julv, 1788: 

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Drawing, in Indian ink, of the moniiiQent of the Baseels, in 
Clerkendown Church; by S. H. Grimin, in July, 1790: 10 J 
in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3i8.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Clerkenhouse and Mr, Skreen's house, 
taken from Hampton Down ; dmwn by S- H. Grimm : lOj 
in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, it. 319.] 

Bird's-eye view, in Indian ink, of the Clevedon Hills, and of the 
various circles of stones; drawn by S. H. Grimm; lOi in. 
X 7i in. [P. K. Kaye, IV. 331.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Sir Abram Elden's house at Clevedon ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOj- in. x 7j iu. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 3«.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Mr. Wilkinson's lionse, from the foot of 
Cnlhbury Camp, Clevedon ; drawo in August, 1789, by S. 
H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 324.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Sir John Durbin's house at Clevedon ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOj^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 32i.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from Sir John Durbin's summer- 
house on Clevedon Hill, in August, 1788; by S. H. Grimm: 
10^ in. X 7i in. [P. K. Kaye, iv. ssa.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Cuthbury Camp, on the Clevedon 
Hills, seen coming from Fayland Inn; dran-n by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1789: 10^ in, X 7 J iu. [P. R. Kaye, 
IV. 3:i3.] 

^ew, in Indian ink, of the hills opposite the inn at Clutton ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789: lOj in. x 7j^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 3S0.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the beginning of the earthwork between 
Cuthbury Camp and Sir A. Elden''s summer-house at Cleve- 
don ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : lOj in. x 
7i- in. IP. R. Kaye, iv. 3*(i.] 

[ View, in Indian ink, of the disposition of the stones on the brow 
of the hill towards the vale of Ashton, near Sir A. Elden's 
summer-house at Clevedon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1789 : lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3eT.] 

\ View, in Indian ink, of the stones and earthwork on the tongue 
of land between Cuthbury Camp and Sir A. Elden's summer- 
house at Clevedon; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789: 
(. 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3ae.] 



146 SOMEBSETSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of one of the stone circles near Sir Abiam 
Elden^s summer-house at Cuthbury Camp, Clevedon; by S. 
H, Grimm, in August, 1789 : 10^^ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaje, 

IV. St9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of stones on the outermost point of land 
of the Clevedon Hills ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Au£^t, 
1789 : 10\ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 33o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a stone seat in the CleTedon Hills, 
opposite Walton Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Angnst, 
1788 : 104 itt- x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. Mt.] 

The ^ ground plot of Compton St Daiid^s Chmnch": 1 £ S in. 
X 8|^ in. [ih xxmn. fs. a.] 



A north-east ** prospect, in Indian ink, of Compton St 

Chordi, near PensfiMrd, in Somersetshire, mlgarly called 
Compton Dando** ; drawn in 1717 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ik 
3acxvni. ti. &.] 

A noith^wesl view, in Indian ink, of Contoo Chmdi and liDage, 
with Newton in the distance, taken firom the garden of the 
pars^mage house ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10) in. x 7| in. 
[R JR. Kaye, iv. 5».] 

A north-west Tiew of CoisUm Chnrdi near Badi» with a dis- 
tant view of the tower of Newton Chordi, taken fiom a 
window of the pars^Hiage house at Ccmon; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, IT89: 10| in. x 7) in. [P. ML Kaye, iv. 

Drawings in In£an ink, of the odagmal sttme fast in Contoo 
Church; by & H. Griwa: IC^in. x 7) in. [PL JL Kaye, 

A <>okyred view of the pillar at Bwiton I^rn9ent,in the parish of 
Curnr-Rixti, the «eat of the Dow^ager C<o«atess of Chatham : 

10 in. X 7 ink [# xxxvtn. ^^ i.] 

A view^ in Indian ink> n^ar I>ttHYftMi^ <« the rmr Dimdiinok, 
^WK' of the h<>ads of the rixxr £x:l£.dii^xl£.Siii. [g^ 

A \i<!W> ltd Itvdtiaiii ivik^ ^mi the m«r Ex, :near IMv^rtim: 1 C 9 
iYi. y ) f. J^ ivk [# xxx^-m. s. ^3 

A VKitlh vtew> in l»^aii wJ^ <rf RwMh^y O^^ dnnniliySL 
lt.OrimMsliAii«tttl^ll«^ |«|«i.»cV|aa. iJP.JILEay^ 



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SOMERSETSHIitE, l47 

[view, in Indian ink, of Dundery Worlihouse; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in August, 17B8 : lOj^ in. x Tj in. [P. R. 

Kaye, iv. 3«.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken near the Hotwells, wiih a distant 
view of Diindery Tower : drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1788 : lOi^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 343.] 

Distant view, in Indian ink, of Dundery Tower ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 339.] 

Distant view, in Indian ink, of - — ~ Hill and Dundery Tower, 
taken from the upper Bristol road, near Kelslon ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789: 10^ in. x 7j in. C^- R- 
ILa-ye, IV. 333.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Dundery Tower, as seen from Mr. Fore- 
man's house; drawn by S. H. Grimm: \Q\ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 340.] 

Fairfield, in the parish of Stoke Courcy. See Stoke Codbcy. 

Fayland's Inn, in the parish of Wraxall. See Wraxall. 

View, in Indian ink, of the outride of the gateway of Farley 
Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789: 10| in. x 
7i in, [P. R. Kaye, iv. sw.] 

lew, in Indian ink, of the chapel and inside of Farley Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : 10^ in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. sso.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of ibe disposition of the coffins in the 
chapel vault in Farley Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
I Angust, 1789 : lOj in. X 1^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 35i.] 

rlTwo sketches, in Indian ink, of the sepulchral brass of a Lord 
Hungerford, near the door of the chapel in Farley Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Gnmm, in August, 1789: each II in. x 7) 
in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. 351.] 

L^ view, in Indian ink, of Frome School and Bridge : G in. x 
6 in. [* xxxvm. 5. a.} 

tplan and four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details 
of Glastonbury Church ; drawn by tlie Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. 79-B!. 89.] 

I'Sketch, in pen and ink, of an arch into a chapel on the north 
side of the choir of Glastonbury Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
•homas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. i.] 



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SOMERSETSHIRE. 



A colored S.S.E. view of the Abbot's kitchen at Gla&toi^ 
bury; drawn in March, 1761 : 10 in. x 9 in. [A xxxvtir. 
6. .. 1.] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen and ink, of f arious architectural de- 
tails of Glastonbury Abbey Cburch ; drawn by tbe Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich ; each « iu. x 4 in. [Add, 675J. ff. ssr- 

159. «61-37I.] 

Three diagrams, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the 
plan of the chapel of Joseph of Arimathea in Glastonbaij; 
drawn by the Rer. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6745. ff. 14. 49. 5S.} 

Eleven sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of the 
chapel of Joseph of Arimathea in Glastonbury ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. 

ff. B3-»a. 90-9-1.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of " St Michael's Chapel, near 
Glassenbury, commonly called the Toor, taken in the year 
1727"; by A. B. Lens: each 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [d) xxxvni. 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two bassi relieTi on the west side 
of Glastonbur}- Tor : 8 in, x 5 J in. [4 xx.\vni, 6. i-] 

A colored view of Ilallswell, in tbe parish of Goathiirst, near En- 
more, the seat of Lady Tynle : 10} in. x 7^ in. [A sxxviu. 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Hinton Blewet, and Mr. 
Hutchinson's house ; drawn by S. H. Gtimm, in Aognst, 
1789 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kayc, n. sei.) 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of a window on the north side, and of a 
roat of arms over the south door, of Ilinlon Blewel Church ; 
drawn br S. H. Grimm: 6 in. x 4^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 
so,] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a window in ibe north wall on the 
oulsidei and of a bnckel on the in&ide of Hinlon parish 
chuivb : by S. H. Grinw, in July, 1790: 10} in. x 7) in. 
[P. R, Kaye, n. as,} 

Drawing, in Intliiu ink, of tbe circular slone font in the parish 
church of IlintiHi; by S-. H. Gnmm, iu Jul*-, 1790: 10} in. 
X 7^ in. (P. It Kaye, iv. s».] 

A nonb view < ink, of Hintoa Abb^, near Bath; 

July, 1790: 10^ in. x 7j in. 



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149 



A view, in Indian ink, of the north side of the chapel of the 
Carthusian Abbey of Hinlon; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1790: lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 358.] 

[ View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the chapel of Hinton 
I Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj in. x 
P 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 355.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the vault under tlie 
chapel of Hinton Abbey; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. aae.] 

Sketches of two brackets in the chapel of Hinton Abbey ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 337.] 

A view, in Indian ink, looking towards the Mendip Hills, 
taken from a field near Hinton Blewet ; drawn by S. H. 

^ Grimm, in August, 1789: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 
IT. 361,] 
A north-east view, in Indian ink, of KelsLon or Kelweston or 
Kilweston Church, near Bath, taken from the upper Bristol 
road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOj^ in. x 7i 
in. [P. R, Kaye, iv. 36...] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of the fountain erected in the court 
of the great mansion house at Kilweston by Sir John Har- 
rington, in 16C7: 6 in. x 5 in. [A xxxviii. ii. 4. 6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the fountain, dated 1567, in the 
court of Kilweston House; drawn hy S. H. Grimm; lOJ in. 
X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i89.] 

A colored view of Kilweston, near Dath, the seat of Sir Ccesar 
Hawkins: \<i\ in. X 7 in. [A s.vaviii. \i. i. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Dr. Harrington's 
house at Kelston, near Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1789: lOj^ in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. d6fi.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Dr. Harrington's house at 
Kelston, near Balh, taken from the upper Bristol road; 
I drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789: 10} in. x 7^ in. 
I [P. R. Kaye, iv. 36?.] 

i colored drawing of the monument of Henry Bridges, (who 
". died in 1587,) in Keynsham Church : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

I [Sfr XXXVIII. 7. M.] 

lew, in Indian ink, taken from the lower Bristol road, near 
I Keynsham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOj in. 
1 X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv, 3?o ] 



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View, iu lodian ink, of the Lamb Ibd at Cansham [Keynsbam ?] ; 
draim by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 17St»: 10^ in. x 7j in. 
[P. S. Kare, iv. S69.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of the windows of an old honse at Can- 
sham [Eernsham ?] ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1789 ; 
lOi^ in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye,' it. sn.] 

Lansdowne, in the parish of Weston. See Westos. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of ihe porch of Leigh Church ; by S. 
H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IT. 381.] 

View, in Indian ink, of tbe entrance front of the old manor- 
house of Leigh Court, or Abbots Leigh Hoose, formerly the 
seat of the Nortons. now of P. J. Miles, Esq., 31.P., where 
Charles the Second bid himself and turned the spit, aiW tbe 
baltle of Worcester; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aagvst, 
179S : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, K. sai.] 

A coloml front view of Abbots Leigh House: 8 in. x 5^ in. 
[fl xxxvin. II. d.] 

A colored side Ttew of Abbots Leigh Hoose : 8 in. x S^ in. 
[A xxxviii. It. £.] 

A co1<H«d view of tbe «itraoce g^eway to Abbots Leigh 
House: 9 in. X 6 in. [ft xxsniL it. c] 

Mew, in Indian ink, oi tbe sooth-east an^ of the Do rtb e ru 
camp on Leigh Down, oppoate St. Vincent's Rock, taken 
from the opposite ptit of tbe gloi ; drawn bv S. H. Gnmm, 
in Aug, 1789 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. «. Kaye, it. sas.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of tbe south-west eBtrance of the northern 
camp on Leigh Down j drawn by S. II. Grinnn, in August* 
178S: lOl in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, it. sh.} 

View, in Indian ink, of tbe tree and reeling |Jace oo tbe top of 
tbe a9c«nt to (Im ttoitbcn cusp on Leigh Down ; drawn by 
S. II. Grimm, ia AtguX, I7«8: 10} in. x 7( in. [P. R. 
Kaye, it. 3«.] 

A sontb-weet view, in lo^an ink, of Lai^dge Church, near 
lUth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Jnly, 1790: 10} in. x 7 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. srt.] 

View, in Indian ink, nf the arrb betN'MO the cjiancel and the 

body of the chnrch in Langiidgv Chi^ ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [P, K. Kaye, it. jrs.] 
View, in Indun w ef tlw pctt^ of LAOgridge 

Chnreli ; 4rw J^, \T» : lOi in. x 

7ii«. IP. 



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Sketch, ia Indian ink, of the brass figure of Walsh, 

Esq., loosened from a gravestone in the chancel of Langiidge 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. x 
7 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3T6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Elizabeth Walsh, 
under an arch in the north wall of Langridge Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. x 7^^ in. [J\ R. 
Kaye, iv. 375.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Newton Church and village, taken 
from the hill opposite Langton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1789 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. SBi-.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Newton, taken from the lower Bristol 
road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu July, 1789: 10^ in. X 
71^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 388.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the keep of the ancient mansion of the 
St. Loes, in the park of Newton St. Loe; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOi in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 39..] 

Inner gateway of the keep of the ancient mansion of the St. 
Loes, in the park of Newton St. Loe; drawn byS. H. 
Grimm, in July 1790: lQ}t in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

ir. 393.] 

A colored view of Newloa Bridge, near Bath : 10^ in. x 7J in. 

[* XXXVIIl. 98.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Newton Bridge, taken from the upper 
Bristol Koad, near Kelston ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1789 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 390.] 

View, in Indian Ink, of Newton Place; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
lOi in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 391.] 

A colored view of the lodge, separating the deer park from the 
pleasure-ground, at Orchardley, the seat of Sir T. S. Champ- 
neys : 9^ in. x 7j in. [ft xxxviii. 15. 3.] 

Pool. See WiTHVPOOi. 

Flan of the workings of a lead mine near Priddy, in the Men- 
dip Hills, in Somersetshire: 1 f. x 1 f. [Add. 5027. A. 
art 70.] 

Prior Park, in the parish of Widcombe. See Widcombe. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Salford Church, near the 
lower Bristol road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789: 
10^ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. see.] 



152 SOMEBSBTSHIRE. 

YieWy in Indian ink, of the Crown Inn at Salfind, on the lower 
Bristol road, coming from Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Jnlj, 1789 : 10^ in. x 7} in. [P. IL Kaye, iv. 399.] 

A general riew, in Indian ink, of Sejrton, near Bath ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 40i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Seyton, near Bath ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 400.] 

Shockerwick, in the parish of BatbfonL See Bathford. 

View, in Indian ink, of Slead Park, the seat of Mr. Jackson ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7^^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 403.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Cook's Folly, as seen from Mr. Jack- 
son's house, Slead Park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1788 : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 40*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the turn of the river Avon below Leigh 
Church, taken from Mr. Jackson's House, Slead Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7| in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 405.] 

View, in Indian ink, of windows and coats of arms on the 
school house of Stanton Drew ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1789 : 10| in. x 7|^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 4io.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the Druidical stones at Stanton 
Drew ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : 10^ in. x 
7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 407.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an octagonal tower at the comer of the 
house at Stanton Drew, near the gate leading to the field of 
the Druidical stones; drawn by S. H. Grimnr, in August, 
1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 406.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the Druidical stones at 
Stanton Drew; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10|^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 409.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the Druidical stones at Stanton 
Drew ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 408.] 

A colored view of Fairfield, in the parish of Stoke Courcy, near 
Nether Stowey, the seat of I. Ackland, Esq. : 10|^ in. x 7j^ 
in. [sb XXXVIII. 14. 2.] 



» 



153 

i-east view, in Indian ink, of Swainswick Church, near 

Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. x 7i 

in, [P. R. Kaye, iv. in.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sotilh porch of Swainswick 

Church, near Bath; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOjin. 

X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 4ie.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral brass figure, dated 

1439, in the chancel of Swainswick Church, near Bath ; by 

S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [/*. R. Kaye, iv. «3.] 
A colored view of Taunton Cross : in. x 8 in. [ft xxxviii. 

..c] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the porch door of Twiverton Church, 

near Bath ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOJ in. x 7J in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iv. 4i6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Twiver- 
ton Cliurch ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOJ in. x 7^ 
in. {P. R. Kaye, iv. iir.] 

A colored vievc at Twiverton, near Bath : 10 in- x 7^ in. [^ 
XXXTII. 3f . b.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Walcot Church and the adjacent 
streets; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790:. lOJ in. x 7i in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. ibo.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Warren House, Walton Castle, and 
ruined church, taken from the farthermost tongue of land 
of the Clevedon Hills; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1789: lOj in. x 7j- in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. jsi.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Walton Church, the top of Warren 
Lodge, and part of Waltou Castle, taken from the last Cleve- 
don point; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788: lOi 
in. X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. lii.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from the point of land of Warreu 
Lodge, Walton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788: 
lOJ in. K 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. I'S.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Walton Castle, taken from Sir John 
Durbin's summer-house on Clevedon Hill; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1788: lOJ in. x 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 418.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Walton Castle and Sir John Durbin's 
summer-house, taken from the fool of Cuthbury Camp, 
Clevedon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : lOJ in. 
c 7jiu. [P. fi. Kaye, 17. sas.] 

VOL. II, Jt 



^54 SOUEBRETRHIRE. 

Vien-, ill Indian ink, of Walton Castle, taken from the Clevedon 
road; drawn by S. H. Grimra : 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. no.] 

View, in Indian ink, of tlie entrance front of Walton Castle, on 
the Clevedon Hills ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1788: 10* in. X 7k in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 4;o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Waneii Honae, mined church, and 
part of the Clevedon Hills, taken from Walton Castle ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^ in. X 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. *94.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the hill between Walton Castle and Sir 
John Dnrbin's bouse; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1788; 101 >"■ X 'i '"■ [P- Ji- Kaye, iv. ««.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruined cbnrch below Walton Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788; lOj in. X 7J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. i-is.] 

Interior view, in Indian ink, of part of the ruined church below 
Walton Castle; drawn by S. H. Griram, in August, 1788: 
lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. *ib.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the tower of the ruined 
church below Walton Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Au- 
gust, 1788 : lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. i.e.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a cross in the churchyard of the ruined 
church below Walton Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimra, in 
August, 1788 : lOi in. x 7^ in. [P. H. Kaye, iv. 4*7.:] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with archilectural details and notes, 
of Weils Cathedral; drawn by James Essex: 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6770. pp. 7-10.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Wells Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. x 8 in. [Add. 6735. fob 37.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Wells Palace and Cathedral ; drawn in 
1812, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. {Add. 
6756. fol. 7ii.] 

A numerous collection of sketches, containing plans, sections, 
arches, columns, windows, and various architectural details 
of Wells Palace and Cathedral; drawn in 1811, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 6754. ff. sit- 

ViS. .60. S7S-U1.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Wells 
Palace and Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 



K'h 6 i. 



U 



SOMERSETSHIRE. • 155 

Diagram to shew the ** formatioD of the arches of the nave of 
Wells Cathedral, as I take if; di*a\vn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 iu. [Add. 6737. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the finials in Wells Cathedral; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 iu. x 3 iu. [Add, 
6747. fol. 117.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the vaulting of the roof of the chapter 
house in Wells Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6737. fol. lo.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of the crypt under the chapter house of 
Wells Cathedral, with the vaulting of the roof; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 

74.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of the vaulting of the crypt of the chapter 
house in Wells Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 iu. [Add, 6757. fol. R7.] 

Two diagrams, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the con- 
struction of the chapel in the bishop's palace at Wells; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6745. ff. 45. 50.] 

Diagram to shew the construction of the end of the bishop's 
chapel at Wells ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6738. fol. 109. ft.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a door in the cloisters of Wells Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 5.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Weston, near Bath, taken from the road 
on the hill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : \0\ 
in. X 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, iv. 430.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Weston House and Park, Portishead, 
etc., taken from the point of land above Weston Inn ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lO^^ in. x 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, iv. 43i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the lodge and gate to Weston Park ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu August, 1788 : 10^ iu. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. KKyOj IV. 43«.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the porter^s lodge of Weston Park, going 
to the Point ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : 10^ in. 
x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 133.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Cliflou House, in Weston Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R, 
Kaye, iv. 434.] 

X -2 



SOMKRSETSHIItE. 



/iew, in oulliue, of tlie interior of 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. 

4380 



t 7i in. 



1 parlour 



Weston ; 
[P. R. Kaye, i 



View, in outline, taken from Weston Point; drawn by S. H. 
Grimni, in July. 1788: lOj^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

437.] 



Drawing, in Indian ink, of the 
H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7f in. 



pillar on Weaton Point; 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 435.] 



by S. 



View, in Indian ink, of the house of Lady Lippincote, on 
the road to Bristol, from Weston Point ; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in July, 1788: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

436,] 

View, in Indian ink, taken on the road from the HotwellB to 
Weston ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in July, I7BS : iOj in. X 
7^ in. {P. R. Kaye, iv. 43y.] 

View, in Indian ink, of buildings, etc., on Lansdown Hill, 
in the parish of Weston ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1790 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3B0.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the oM chapel on Lans- 
down ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj- in. X 7i iu. IP. It. 
Kaye, iv. s^^.^ 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument on Lansdon~n ; drai 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x Tj in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 378. 

View, in Indian ink, of a house on Lansdown ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10^ in. X 7j- in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 379.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Standard Hill, taken from ihe hill near 
Weston ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789; lOJ in, 
X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. iio.] 

A colored north-east view of Widcombe Church, near Bath ; 
drawn in 1806 : 9 in, x 6^ in. [* xxxviii. 3*.] 

View, iu Indian ink, of part of Widcorabe, near Bath ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. t^. R. 
Kaye, iv. 4«.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the house of Mr. Zachary Baily at Wd- 
combe, near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Giimm, in 1789: lOj^iu. 
x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 443.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Beach ClilT, south-west of Batb, in the 
parish of Widcombe ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOj 
n. X 7i in. [P, S. Kaye, rv. S06.] 



m 



SOMERSETSHIRE. 137 

View, in Indian ink, of Prior Park, in the parish of Widcorabe, 
near Bath ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. 351.] 

View, in Indian ink, of buildings, etc., in Prior Park, Bath; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : lOj in. x 1\ in. [/*. 
R. Kaye, iv. 39o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a mount near the school on the way to 
Prior Park, Bath; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789: 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 396.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken on the road lo Prior Park, Bath; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 
397.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the monumental statue of Nathaniel Ire* 
son, (who died in 1769,) in Wincanton Churchyard ; by S. 
H. Grimm : lOJ^ in, x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 4m.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Alfred's Tower, near Stourbead, taken 
from the Wincanton road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 44S.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inn oc Witham Common ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1788 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, it. 446.] 

A colored survey of Pool or Withypoole, on the river Barle, in 
the forest of Exmoor: 1 f. S in. x 1 f. {Add. 12,547. rf.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Woolley, near Bath, taken 
from the three mile stone on the Tetbury road ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in July, 1789: 10^ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 44T.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Woolley, taken from a farm- 
yard in the valley ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1789 : 
lOj-'in. X 7J^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 44b.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Woolley Church, near Bath, 
taken near the three mile stone on the Tetbury road ; drawn 
byS. H. Grimm, iu July, 17S9: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 449.] 

[ A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Wraxall Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOi- in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 450.] 

«' view, in Indian ink, of the tower of Wraxall Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : lOj in. x 7j in. 
IT. t»l.] 



158 



MEKSETSHIRIi. 



Drawing, id Indian ink, of the hexagonal slone font in * 

Church ; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV, ■!.«.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of Ihe sepulchral stone figures of Sir 
Edmund Gorges and Anne his wife, daughter of John How- 
ard, Duke of Norfolk, in Wrasall Church ; by S. H. Grimm: 
lOi in. X 7J ill. [P. Ji. Kaye, iv. 4o3.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Fayiand Inn, in the parish of Wraxall, 

near Bristol ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: 10^ in. 
X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. su.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Fayiand Cross, near Bristol ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : loj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 

Kaye, iv. 3i5.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the liouse of Sir John Smith, on the road 

from Bristol to Fayiand Inn ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 

1788 : lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 3i7.] 
View, in Indian ink, of a hill and lime kiln near Leigh Down, 

on the road going to Fayiand Inn ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 

in 1788 : lOJ in. X 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 346.] 
View, in Indian ink, taken on the road returning from Wraxall 

to Bristol; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. 

R. Kaye, iv. ise.] 
View, in Indian ink, from the firont of Faylaud Inn, near 

Bristol, with the chair made of the trunk of an old tree; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Jnly, 1788: lOi in. x 7i in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iv. sm.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of an eccleBiai 
supposed to be one of the Newton family, in Yatton Chun 
B in. X 6i in. [A xxxviii. 35.] 




I 

I 



A SURVEY of part of Slaffortlshire; drawn on a Bcale of 2 miles 
to an incli, in August and September, 1680: 2 f 3 in. x 1 f. - 
•2 in. [Add. 5222. fol. i.] 

A colored map of the canyl between Iiicbfield and Coventry ; 
drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of 
Engineers, on a scale of 3j miles to an inch : 8 in. X 3 in. 
[* Ms. -le. pi. iv.] 

A colored map of ilie canal betweeu llie Severn and the Trent 
and Mersey Canals; drawn in 1777, by Joliann Liidewig 
Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, on a scale of Sj miles to an 
inch : 1 f. x 3 in. [d? Ms. i6. pi. v.] 

Colored maps of the canal from Atherley to Birmingham; of 
the Trent and Mersey Canal, from the Trent to its junction 
with the Severn Canal ; and of the Trent and Mersey Canal, 
from Rnnconi to its junction with the Severn Canal; drawn 
in 1777, by Johann Ludewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers : 
1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. [* Ms. 46. pi. vi.] 

A colored south-east view of Bricktey Lodge, in Necdwood 
Forest; drawn by J. Spy era, in 1786, for the Marquess of 
Donegal; 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. [ft ,\.\,\viii. 49. n,] 

A colored view of the portico front of Brickley Lodge ; by the 
same: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [ft xxxviii. 4". b.] 

A colored view of the north front of Brickley Lodge ; by the 

same: I f. 7 in. x I f. [ft xxxvni. is. c] 

I A colored view of the cascade in the garden of Brickley Lodge; 

by the same: 1 f. 7. in. x I f. [ft xx.wiii. 49. d.] 

■>lored plan, on I'ellnin, of Fisherwick Park and "certain 

in the coimty of Stafford, situate in the several parishes 



160 STAFFORDSHIRE. 

of St. Michael and St. Chad, Lichfield, Whittington, Alrewas, 
Elford, Tamworth, Weeford, Wicknor, and King's Bromley, 
to which belongeth the manors of Comberford, Wiggington, 
and Hopwas, and the extra-parochial of Hopwas Heys, the 
property of Lord Spencer Chichester;" drawn by J. New- 
ton of Chancery Lane, on a scale of 12^ chains to an inch, 
or 6^ inches to a mile: 2 f. 9 in. x 2 f. 6 in. {^Add. 
13,911.05.] 

A colored north view of Hopwas Hayes Lodge ; drawn by J. 
Spyers, in 1786, for the Marqaess of Donegal: 1 f. 7 in. x 

1 f. [ft XXXVIII. 53.] 

A drawing, in pen atid ink, of an ancient tombstone with a 
cross, foand in Lichfield Cathedral, in October, 1758 : 6 in. 
X 3 in. \sb XXXVIII. 45. r.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in 
Lichfield Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 20. 103. 112. ii5.] 



SUFFOLK. 



Coast of SuflTolk, See vol. i. pp. 117-121. 

A colored map of Aldebarghe, of Almouth Haven, alias Thorpe 
Haven, and the adjoining coantrj, apparently a modem copy 
from a map of the latter part of Queen Elizabeth's time : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 8987. art isr.] 

Flan, in Indian ink, of the ^^Boroagh of Aldeburg, taken 
1787 r** 1 f. 8 in. X 7 in. [Add. 8987. art 138.] 

A colored plan of the back street in Ald^borgh, with several 
houses and buildings copyhold of the manor of Aldeburgh ; 
drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an inch: 1 f. 2| in. x 1 f. 
[Add. 11,802.0.] 

Aldborough. See Eastern Coast, in vol. i. pp. 120, 121. 

A colored plan of the marshes in Alderton, Suffolk, laid down 
with a view to ascertain the passage to Scott's Marshes, the 
property of Messrs. Girling and Wigg ; drawn by Isaac John- 
son, surveyor, March, 1811, without a scale: 1 f. lOJ in. x 
If. 6 in. [Add. 11,802. m.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Ash Church : 8 in. x 5} in. 
[Add. 8987. art ui.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Ashby 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6764. fol. 183.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, some tinted, with notes of 
windows in Bardwell Church; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich :, each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. !i8d-289. 

VOL. II. Y 



162 SUFFOLK. 

Six sketches, in pencil, some linled, of details of the figure of 
Sir Wm. de Bardw-ell, in Bardnell Cliurch ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Keiricb : each 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6733. ff. 

3-B.l 

Sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of details of the 6gure of 
Sir Wm. de Banlwell, in Bardwell Church; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [_Add. 6765. ff. 

13.J-l3,i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Baming- 
ham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6747. fol. e3.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of ihe east window of the porch of 
Bamingham Chnrch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
3 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6748. fol. dS.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Barton Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6751. ff. BB-90.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of a window and an arch in Bar- 
ton Church ; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6759. fol. A6.] 

" Mensuralis et proportionalis descriplio quorundorum maris- 
coruni Domine Regine el alionim, ibidem facta ilecimo die 
Sept. 1589, per Rad, Agas," being a colored copy of a plan 
of the marshes near Bawdseye; drawn by Craven Ord, Esq.: 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 8987. art. lae.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Beccles Church; 

drawn by the Rev-. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6761. ff. 17J-178.] 
Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Beccles Church; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

lAdd. 6754. ff. au. 36.'] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the Iracery of a circular window in 
the porch of Beccles Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 68.] 

Beck Row, in the parish of Mildenhall. See Mildenb.^ll. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of the brass figure of Robert Ale- 
founder, on a stone in East Berjjlioh Church ; by 1. Johnson: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 8966. ait. i7.^] 

Fourteen sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, and 
various architectural details of Blilhborough Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6754. ff. 4. ti. 67, 68. 71-78. 81). 5.] 



Mi 



Sketch, in pen and inlc, of a south window in BlundestOQ 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6754. fol. le;.] 

Plan, south elevation, and north-west view, in pen and ink, 
of Braiseworth Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich ; 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 3j0, 351. 35ii.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Braise- 
worth Church; drawn by the Rev. Thouias Kt-mch : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [.4dd. 6755. ff. 35j-3i.&.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of floors in Braisewmih Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

ZAdd. 6755. ff. U5. M7.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the Boulh door of Bramton Church : 
rfrawn bj* the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
I 6754. fol. IS.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Brandeston Church : 5 in. x 3 
in. [Add. 8987. art. 104.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance front ofBrandeBloD Hall: 

5 in. X 3 in. [Add. 8987. art. io5.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Brandon 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6756. fol. 200.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the north side of Bretingham [Bretten- 

ham] Church : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 8987. art. 119.] 
Elevations, in pen and ink, of the centre and two sides of 

Brome Hall ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerridi : 1 f, x 8 

in. [Add. 6735. ff. 40. 6. 4i.] 
Sketches, iu pen and ink, of details of the chimneys in Broome 

Hall J drawn in ISIO, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. 

X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. J5.] 
Two rough plans, in pen and ink, of the ruins of Bungay 

Castle; drawn in 1794, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 6!.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, with notes of details, of the round 

tower, etc., at Bungay; drawn by James Essex: 5 in, x 3 
[Add. 6768. p. 53.] 
lix sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, and archi- 
tectural details of Burgate Church; drawn iu 1814, by the 
Rev. Tliomas Kerrich: each iu. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff, 

119-124,] 

Y 2 



Onlline drawing of the sepuichral effigies of Sir William de 
Burgate and his n-ife, on an altar mooament id Btirgate 
Cburch : 1 f. X 7 in. [ JdJ. 8986. art. 164.] 

A genera) riew, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Abbey at 
Sl Edmond's Bury; dravm about tbe year 1750: 4 C 8 in. 
X n in. [Adtl. 8986. ait. ».] 

A colored " west view of the monasteiy nuns, taken [by T. 
CarterJ 1786, from under the Abbey gale, St Edmund's 
Boit": II in. x 9 in. [Jdd. 8986. art. is.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the Abbey Church zt St. Edmund's 
Bory; drawn by the Rer. Thoous Kenich: 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdJ. 6744. foU'i.] 

A colored *^ view of the west end of the Abbey rains : on the 
left is the sovtli side of Sc James's Cbnich, takm [by T. 
Carter.] 1786, fiom oader tbe church gate of Sl Edmond's 
Bmy": II in. x Sin. [JAL 8986. ait. m.] 

A colored "rtewof ibeKwtbnde of the west e*d of tbe Abbey 
Church at St. Bimmiu Boy, taken [by T. Cuter,] 1796": 
5 in. X 4} in. {Jdd. S8M. ait i&] 

A colored "'north view in the t nn « q< of the rains of the 
Abber Cbnrcb at St. EdmamS'x Bmj, taken [by T. Carter J 
nrn'r A^in. x 4^ia. [.M^ 89ee. ait. 3«.] 

A cnknd '^aanh-eost view of the ruins of tbe Abbey Chuich 
at St. EdimilS Bmy : taken br T. Carta, m 1786'": 3) in. 
X 4) ID. [AU. WK. an. sr.}' 

V)m^ m tatSam iak, of As Abbey p»e at St. Edwod'a Barr ; 
Aaw«aa«aaliQf 7 ftct wwiad: ICxtio. {Jdd. 
MUL«t.«i.] 

T^ i U t\ \n t , m ftm tmi iafc. «f &e Ahbiy v* at St. £4- 

•nni #irr~ii 'nfn inliiA in ili rihi i laaliailina iifiii 
MthrfAtAbh»rta>Ba4St.r<f«arkBMy; ten far iW 
Vbn. Ihwa* Eflflikh: eadh S i«. x 4 ». [Jriri. erw. C 







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SUFFOLK. 165 

Slfetcbes, in pen and ink, of two blank windows in ibe inside of 
the Abbey gate at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. C747. ff. a3, M.] 

Sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, with notes, of details of 
the Abbey gale at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by James 
Essex: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp, i74-i7r.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details, of the 
Abbey gale al Si. Edmund's Bury; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 In. [Add. 6756. ff. si, as.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of tracery on tlie north and south 
fronts of ihe Abbey gate at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. 
fol. !.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of St. James's Church at St. Ed- 
mund's Bury ; drawn about 1750 : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 
8986. art. go.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the great west window, and 
of the west window of each Msle, in St. James's Church at 
St. Edmund's Bury; drawn in 1809, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6753. ff. i4B-150.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of St. 
James's Church at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich ; each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 77-B0.3 

Sketch and profile, in pen and ink, of one of the pillars in Si. 
James's Church at St, Edmund's Bury; drawn in 1815, by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 

169.] 

A colored north view of the ruins of a chapel iu the church- 
yard of St. James's at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by T. 
Carter, 18 Oct. 1785 : II in. x 6 in. [Add. 8986. art. 6?.] 

A colored west view of the ruins of a chapel in St. James's 
Churchyard at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn by T. Carter, in 
Oct. 1765: 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. 8986. art. ea.] 

South-west viewjin Indian ink, of St. Mary's Church at St. Ed- 
mund's Bury : I f. 10 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 8986. art. 73.] 

North-west view, in Indian ink, of Si. Mary's Church al St. Ed- 
mund's Bury; drawn in Sept. 1770, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6734. fol. i.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west end of Si. Mary's Church 
at St. Edmund's Bury ; drawn in 1752, by Peter Stockton, 
on a scale of 16 feet to an inch : 1 f. X 9 j in. (Add. 8986. 
art. Ti.] 



166 SUFFOLK. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the great west window and of the 
west window of each aisle of St. Mary's Church at St. Ed- 
maud's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. 64, 65.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the north porch of St Mary's 
Church at St. Edmund's Bury : 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. 8986. 
art. 71.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the north porch of St 
Mary's Church at St Edmund's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. fol. 148.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of St 
Mary's Church at St Edmund's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 76. si. 

84. 145.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two sepulchral figures in the chancel 
of St. Mary's Church, St Edmund's Bury: 1 f . x 8 in. 
[Add. 8986. art. 7o.] 

A colored north-west view of the remains of St Saviour's 
Hospital, without the north gate of St Edmund's Bury; 
drawn by T. Carter : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 8986. art. 87.] 

A colored view of the Hospital of St. Petronillay without the 
south gate, St Edmund's Bury; drawn by M. T[yson?] II 
April, 1780 : 11 in. x 7J in. [Add. 8986. art. 9i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken ^^ as you come into St Edmund's 
Bury, at the east gate"; drawn about 1750: I f. 4 in. X 
1 f. [Add. 8986. art. 74.] 

View, in pencil, of the East Gate Bridge at St Edmund's Bury ; 
drawn by William Wollett: 10 in. X 7 in. [Add. 8986. 
art. 77.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the old bridge at St Edmund's Buiy ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6753. fol. 151.] 

A colored view of** the place where Risby Gate formerly stood** 
at St. Edmund's Bury; drawn by T. Carter: 4i| in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 8986. art. 94.] 

A colored north-west view of the Guildhall, St Edmund's Bury; 
drawn by T. Carter, in 1786 : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 8986. art 

78.] 

A south view in Indian ink, of the Bridewell in St Edmund's 
Bury, taken in August, 1782, by J. Pizey: 7 in. x 7 in. 
[Add. 8986. art. 8f.] 



wiew, in pencil, of the Bridewell at St. Edmund's 
Bury; drawn by Mr. Tyson, in 1778: 1 f. x 9^ in. [Add. 

8986. art. 86.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of the Bridewell in St. Edmund's 
Bur)-; taken in August, 1782, by J. Pizey: 7 in. x 7 in. 
IJdd. 8986. art. b3.] 

Sketcbjiu pencil, of the Bell Inn at St. Edmund's Bury; drawn 
13 Aug. 1792, by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. fol. igi.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of an old building in Southgate Street, 
St. Edmund's Bury : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 8986. art. ra.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of carving in Southgate Street, St. Ed- 
mund's Bury : 9 in. X TJ in. [Add. 8986. art. gs.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of golhic tracery " under the project- 
ing angle of a house on the riglit hand in the Cook Row, 
(Abbey-Gate Street,) as wo enter upon the Angel Hill," St. 
Edmund's Bury ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 73.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of a figure and arras carved in wood 
against a house io the Crown Street, St. Edmund's Bury: 
8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 8986. art. 9«.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Butlcy Church : 5 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 8987. art. lU.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the chapel in Bulley 
Abbey; drawn by Isaac Johnson: 7 J in. x 6 in, [/Idd. 

8987. art. ust.] 

A sooth view, in Indian ink, of Charficid Church : 6 in, x 6 
in. [Add. 8987. art, io9.] 

Five views, in pen and ink, of the ruins of Clare Castle ; drawn 

in 1785, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6735. ff. Bi, es.] 
A plan, in pen and ink, with mcasHieincnts, of Clare Castle; 

drawn by the Kev. Thomas Kerrich : I f. x 6 in, [Add. 

6735. fol. a!.] 
Inside view and section, in pen and ink, of the round keep of 

Clare Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricli : 1 f, x 

5 in. [Add. 6735. fol. a*-] 
Outside view, in pen and ink, of the remains of the round keep 

of Clare Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5^ 
c 5i in. [Add. 6735. fob OS.] 



168 SUFFOLK. 



A colored view of the crjrpt ander Clare Prioiy Cbmch ; diawD 
in 1811 : 5^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 8986. art S4.] 



Six sketches, in pen and ink, with notes o( windows, 'doors, 
etc.,in Gorton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. £ s87-«89. S9i-f9i.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of Dallingho Chnrch : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
8987. art. iii.] 

A colored drawing of the south door of Debden .Church, with 
the measurements : 10 in. x 7^ in. [Add, 8986. art. t6.] 

A colored drawing of a window of the chancel of Debden 
Church ; 8 in. X 7 in. [Add. 8986. art 27.] 

Plan and sketch, in pen and ink, of the ruins of the church of 
St James's Hospital, at Dunwich ; drawn by James Essex : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. i7.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of the church of the hospital of St James, 
at Dunwich ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 93.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the ruins of the 
church of St Jameses Hospital at Dunwich ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 

81-83.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of th$ north side of Earlsham Church: 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 8987. art i96. ft.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Easton Church : 5 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 8987. art loi.] 

Outline sketch of ^^ the holy water stoup and stalls in Easton 
Church I** 6 in. X 3 in. [Add. 8987. art 102.] 

Outline drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John Brooke, 
(who died in 1426,) in Easton Church : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
8987. art. 103.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of Exning Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6752. ff. I9i-196.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Eyke Church : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 8987. art ii5.] 

A colored north-west view of Felixstow Church; drawn in 
1766 : 1 f. 1 in. X 7 in. [* xxxix. 5«.] 

A colored north-west view of Felixstow Church : 1 f. 1 in. x 7 
in. [Add. 8987. art. 21.] 



Dramng, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Felisslow 
Church, with details of ihe ornaments; taken Oct. 1775: I f. 
1 in. X 8 in. [Add. 8987. art. .i.'.j 

A colored view of a cottage belonging to Philip Thicknesse, 
Esq., in the parish of Felixstow, near Landgnard Fort : 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [Add. 8987. art. 3o.] 

Landguard Fort, in the parish of Felixstow. See Eastern 
Coast, in vol. i. pp. 1 19, 120. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Flixton Chapel ; drawn 
in 1785: 8 in. X 5 in. [dr xsxix. 53.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of Fomham All Saints chancel window: 
8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 8986. art. loi.] 

Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors in the 
church of Fomham All Saints ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : eaeh 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. i.ss-ida.J 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Fomham 
All Saints Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 9o.] 

Plan, in outline, of Framlingham Church : ] f. x 8 in. [Add. 
8987. art. rr.] 

A sketch, in outline, of the south side of Framlingham Church : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 8987. art. i lo.] 



A tinted view of Framlingham Castle : 9 
6736. fol. isi.] 



A south east view, 
lAdd. 8986. art 



5i in. [Add. 
in Indian ink, of Framsden : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 



«■] 



Outline plan, with measurements, of Fritton Church ; drawn 
in 1819, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4i in. [Add. 
6742. fol. ]7.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Fritton Church ; 
"as measured by Harry Bond, July 28, 1819"; 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 675(i. fol. 101.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the plan of 
Fritton Church ; drawn in 1820, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 1 f. 2 in. X 6 in. [^rfd.,6745. fol. 8.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral brass effigies of a knight 
in the soulli aisle of Gorleston Church : 1 f. x 7 in. [Add. 
8987. art. ia9.] 

VOL. II. * 



170 SUFFOLK. 

A colored '^ representation of a very curious [sepnlchral] brass 
in Gorleston Church,'" being the effigies of a knight : 1 f. 9 
in. X 1 f . 2 in. [ft xxxix. 57. i.] 

Outline plan, in pen and ink, of Gnnton Church ; drawn by the 
Ser. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6755. fol. S79.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the north and south sides of Gun- 
ton Church ; drawn by the Rer. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. 28?, 283.] 

A south-east view, in pen and ink, of Gunton Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. 

fol. 9BS, ft.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of the north and south door9 of 
Gunton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. «75-n8.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Gunton Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. ff. 280, 28i. 2a«.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Hacheston Church : 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 8987. art. i06.] 

Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Halesworth 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 278-285.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of ^-indows in Haverhill Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. ff. 72. 98.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of Haverhill 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. 8-io. 21. 40.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Haverhill 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. fol. 28i.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of plans and elevations of 
parts of Hawkston Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 128-isi.] 

View, in pencil, of Hawsted Place, the ancient seat of the 
Cullum family; drawn by Sir Thomas Gage, Bart, in 1809: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [Add. 8986. art. 109.] 

A tinted elevation of the east side of Helmingham Hall, the 
seat of the Earl of Dysart ; drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 7 in. X 10 in. [ft xxxix. S6, b.] 



SUFFOLK. 171 

eleratioD of the west sitle of Helmiagham Hall ; drawn 
on a scale of 10 feet to an inch: 1 f. 7 in. x 10 iu. [df 
XXILIX. 36. c] 

A linlecl elevalion of the south front of Helmingham Hall ; 
drawn on a scale of 8 feel to an ioch : 1 £. 7 in. x 10 in. [d; 
xxxix. 36. d.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance front of Heograve Hall, the 
seal of Sir Thomas Gage, Bart : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in, [Add. 
8986. art. lo.i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of one of the towers and of the bay window 
over the gateway of Hengrave Hall: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. 8986. art. in.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the outside of the bay window of iho 
Hall at Hengrave ; taktn from the passage above stairs ; 7 in. 
X Sin. [Add. 8986. art. ii3.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the interior of the bay window of 
the Hall at Hengrave : 1 f. x 10 in. [Add. 8986. art. loa.] 

Three sketches, iu pen and ink, of tracery and groining in Hen- 
grave Hall ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each 6 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6753. ff. i5k-ij4.] 

r Flan and view, in pen and ink, of the round lower of Hemng- 
fleet Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each (J 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 0754. ff. ihi, 185.] 
Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, etc., of 
Heningfleet Church; drawn by the llov. Thomas Kerrich: 
each C in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. u9. i.ii. idi-iee. itj-i77.] 

Elevalion, in Indian ink, of Hesset chancel window : 8 in. x 

[Add, 8986. art. i35.] 
Holywell Row, in the parish of Mildenhall. See MiLmfN- 

HALL. 

A tinted view of Hoo Church : 7 in- x 4^^ iu. [ft xxxi.\. eo.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of Horringer chancel window: 7 in. 
[Add. 8986. art. u?.] 

A colored plan of the river Orwell up to Ipswich, and part of 
the river Stour; drawn about 1780, by James Pulbam, Esq., 
without a scale, but about one inch to a mile: 1 f. 6 in. x 
nj^in. [Add. 11,802.1.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the sculptured figures in the west 
end of the aisle of St. Nicholas's Church at Ipswich ; by I. 
Pridden, iu 1786 ; 10 in. x 3 iu. [Add. 8987. ail. iii.] 



"The plait of niy Lorde Curssoii''s[?] howse at Gipswich"; 
drawn perhaps temp. Elizabeth : 2 f. 6 in. x t f, 10 in. 
{Cott. Aug. I. ii. IS.] 

A colored view of the old theatre in Tankard Street, Ipswich, 
Suffolk ; drawn about 1800 : %\ in. X 6 in. [P. R. Burney, 

7S.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Ixworlh Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in, 
[Add. 6752. ff. ago-ags.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Kenlford Church; 
drami by the llev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 3 in. 
\_Add. 6747. ff. 3. 75.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the chaucel of 
Kentford Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. iw.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular west window of the 
steeple of Kentford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. {^Add. 6754. fol. i9a.J 

An outline sketch of the south side of Kenton Church, with 
measurements attached : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 8987. art. 70.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door and the south 
window of the steeple of Kirlley Church ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. {Add. 6755. ff. 847, 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a square stone font on pillars in 

Kettlebaston Church : 8 in. x 8 in. {Add. 8986. art. i6->.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the north side of Kitlleburgb Church : 6 

in. X 4 in. {Add. 8987. art. 199. 6.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of LBlheringfaam 

Abbey: 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 8!>87. art. ioo.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the entrance fiont of Lcthcringham 

Abbey, as it appeared in 1720: 10^ in. x Sin. [Add.^QQl. 

art. loo.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the remains of 
LeUieringhani Church; drawn by Isaac Johnson : 1 f. 3 in. 
x 10 in. [Add. 8987. art. b7.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of LethcTingbam Chapel ; 
2 f. x 1 f. 7 in. [Add. 8087. art b8.] 

Drawii 'he font in Letheringham Chureh ; 

\Add. 8987. art. •M.J 



I 

I 



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SUFFOLK, 173 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Jamee Naunton, 
in Letheringham Chapel, south side ; hj Isaac Johnson : 
10 in. X 7^ in. [Add. 8987. art. <ii.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Robert Naun- 
ton, in Letheringham Chapel, north side ; by Isaac Johnson, 

■ 1785 : 1 1 in. X 9 in. [Add. 8987.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the arms on the tomb of Sir Robert 
Naunton, in Letheringham Chapel, viz., Naunton with 31 
quarterings, impaling Perrot with 24 quarterings; by Isaac 
Johnson; 11 in. X 8 in. [Add. 8987. art. 96.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of William Naunton, 
Esq., in Letheringham Chapel, south side; drawn by Isaac 
Johnson : 10 in. x 7} in. [Add. 8987. art. 90.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Martha North, iu 
the east end of Letheringham Chapel ; drawn by Isaac John- 
son: JO in. X 7J in. [Add. 8987. art. aa.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Anthony 
Winglield, (who died in 1605,) in Letlieringham Chapel, east 
end; by Isaac Johnson: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 8987. art. 
97.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of one of the Wing- 
field family, in Letheringham Chapel, south side; by Isaac 
Johnson: 10 in. x 7j in. [Add. 8987. art. 93.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the arms [Wingfield, with 25 quarter- 
ings) on the preceding monument, with drawings of two 
figures detached from monuments; by Isaac Johuson, 1785: 
10 in. X 7i in. [Add. 8987. art. 9*.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the sepulchral brass effigies of a 
knight in Letheringham Church : 8 in. x 5 in, [Add. 8987. 
art 118.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of in 

Letheringham Chapel, south side ; by Isaac Johnson : 10 in. 
X 71 in. [Add. 8987. art. 9J.] 

Long Melford. See Melford. 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Lound Church; drawn by the Rev- 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. \iAdd. 6754. fol, isa.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Lound Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. ff. i86, mr.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with moasurements, of Lowestoff Churcli ; 
drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. p. ioo.] 



Plan, in pen and ink, of Lowestoff Church ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich, "my own plan": 6 in, x 4 in. {Add, 

6759. fol. 160.] 
Five sketches, iu pen and ink, of windows in Lowestoff Chnrch; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6751. ff. ii-js.] 

Fifteen sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, arches, etc., 
in Lowestoft Church ; drawn by the lUv. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6755. ff, 3i9-'J6i, -iSb. S95.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, arches, coliimns, 
etc., in Lowestoff Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6760. pp. Vi8, 199. aoi.] 

Market Weston. See Westos. 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Marlesford Church : 5 in. x 3^ 
in. lAdd. 8987. art. i07.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Molsford [Marlesford?] Church : 
7i- in. X 4 in. lAdd. 8987. art, los.] 

A colored " south-east view of Long Melford Church, taken itta 
J787 ; drawn in 1788," by T. Carter: 11 in. x 8 in. [AA 
8986. art. ibJ.] 

A colored " view, through the entrance or screen, in St, Mary*s 
Chapel, at the east end of Long Melford Church, taken in 
1787; drawn in 1788," by T.Carter: with a small plan of 
the chapel, in Indian Ink: 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [Add.Bi 
art. 160.] 

A colored " south view of ihe monument of William Clopti 
Esq., in the north aisle of the nave of Long Melford Church 
taken in 1787," by T. Carter: 10 in. x 9 in. [Add. 8986, 
art. 151.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of three sepulchral brasses of the 
Clopton family, in Long Melford Church: 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 8986. art, i52.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the " statues carved in oak, of Ed- 
ward the Confessor and King Edmund the Martyr, on each 
side the angle of an ancient house at Long Melford;" taken 
by T. Carter, in 1787 : 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. 8986, art. i«.] 

A colored view of an ancient building on the road between 
Long Melford and Bury St. Edmunds ; drawn by T. Carter, 
in 1787 : 4i in. X 4 iu. [Add. 8986. art iic] 



ji o f I 



SUFFOLK. 175 

I sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of windows in 
Mendham Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Keirich: 
each fi in. x 4 in. [Add. eTflS. ff. 3oa-3io.] 
Ten sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Mildenbal) 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. isg-ui. lar-ips.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of iUiidenhall 
Church; drawn, 9 May, 1820, by the Rev. ThomaR Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. la.j 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral stone, " which has had a 
figure of a knight in it, of brass,"' in Mildenhall Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
0729. fol. 111.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral brass effigy of a knight, 
abstracted from the atppe in Mildenhall Church ; drawn b)' 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. 3 in. x 4j in. [Add. 6728. 

ff. 1.7, 158.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of details of the monumental figure of Sir 
Henry North, (who died in 1620,) in Mildenhall Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6729. fol. TO.] 

A colored plan, on parchment, of the Coney Warren in the 

parish of Mildenhall: 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [Add. 

11,742. b.] 
A colored map, on parchment, of the hamlets of Beck Row 

and Holywell Row, within the parish of Mildenhall: 2 f. 11 

in. X 2 f. 6 in. [Add. 11.742. «.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the north side of Monewden Church : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 8987. art. ii7.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Orford Castle ; drawn by Isaac 
Johnson: 7 in. x 6 in. ZAdd. 8987. art i«.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Orford Castle ; drawn by Isaac 
Johnson : 7 in. x 6 in. lAdd. 8987. art. iw.] 

Orford. See Eastern Coast, in vol. i. p. 120. 

Orwell Haven. See Eastehn Coast, in vol. i. p. 120. 

Eight sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of doors, windows, 
arches, etc., in Oullon Church; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas 
Kerrich; each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. aea-sra.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Pakefieid Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 319.] 



176 SUFFOLK. 

Four sketches, in pen and int, wilh uotes, of wiodows, doors, 
etc., in Pakefield Churclj ; drawn by tlie Rev, Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add^ 6755. ff. «ii. 943-s4(i.] 

A colored drawing of the chancel H'indow of Petistree Church ; 

by Isaac Johnson : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 8987. art. ih] 
Outline drawings of the brass sepulchral eiligies of Francis 

Bacon, (who died in 1580,) in the floor of Petistree Church ; 

by Isaac Johnson: 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 8987, art. S3.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the monument of 
Sir Nicholas Bacon, in Redgrave Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x H in. [Add. 6729. 

fol. 66.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Reudlesham Church : 8 in. x 
5 in, [Add. 8987. art. ii6.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Hickenhall 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 8 in. x 
4i in. [Add, 6744. ff. 26, S7, S8.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the south door of Roydon Cburcli ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
6739. fol. iB.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Roydon Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in, x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. ff. 63. 61.] 

A south-east view, in pencil, of Little Saxham Church : 1 f, 3 
in. X 10 in. [Add. 8986. ait. us.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the north side of Saxtcd Church : 4^ in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 8987. art. us.] 

A colored view of Sholley Ferry : 1 f, .3 in. x lOj in, [Add. 
8986. art. 170.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Shottisham Church ; drawn by 
E. A. B. : 4^ in. x 3j in. [Add. 8987. art. .^s.] 

Plan, in outline, with notes, of Southwold Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. t>751. 

fol. 6.^ fi.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Southwold Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich, "my own plan:" 6 in. X 4 in. 
[.4dd. 6759. fol. 159.] 

Twelve sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, etc., in South- 
wold Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each G 
in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6753. ff. fnfi-spT.] 



SUFFOLK. 



177 



xen sketches, id pen aiid ink, of doors ind various archi- 
tectural details of SoulhwoM C'Inirch; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. ao-27, 
99, so.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Stanton St. John's 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6751. ff. i7*-i8S.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the soutb window of the chancel of 
Stanton Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. G755. fol. 132.] 

A colored view of Stoke Church and Bridge, near Ipswich : 
9^ in. X 7 in. [sfe xxxix. si. y. g.} 

Thirteen sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors in 
Sloven Church; drawn iu 1808, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 7 it. 13-19. 33.] 

A tinted view of Stutton Church : 10 in. x 7j in. [ft xxxix, 

70.] 

L A colored " south-east view of St. Gregory's Church, and the 
college of secular priests fnow the poor-honse] at Sudbury ;" 
drawn by T. Carter: 5 in. x 4j in. [Add. 8986. art. i3,ii.] 

A colored drawing of the vestry of St. Gregory's Church at Sud- 
bury, shewing the skull of Archbishop Sudbury, as exhibited 
there, witli a separate drawing of the skull ; by T. Carter : 1 
f. a in. x 9 in. [Add, 8986. arts. i3i, isa.] 

' A colored view of the font and its canopy in the nave of St. 

Gregory's Church, Sudbury ; drawn by T. Carter, in 1787, 

on a scale of an inch to a foot: 1 f. 5 in. X 8 in. [Add. 

8986. art. uo.] 
I A colored drawing of the stone over the grave of Archbishop , 

Sudbui7,in the north aisle of St. Gregory's Church, Sudbury; 

taken in 1787, by T. Carter: 9 in. x 5 in. [Add. 8986. art. 

136.] 

A colored " north-east view of the college of secular priests, 
(now the poor-bouse,) fronting the west end of St. Gregory's 
Church, Sudbury"; drawn by T. Carter: 9 in. x 6 in. 
[Jdd. 8986. art. 134.] 

A tinted drawing of " a can-ing, about three feet in length, under 
a window of an ancient house in Gaol Street, Sudbury ; 'tis 
said to represent one Buzzard who once lived in the house, 
and seems by the dress to be of the time of Edward III. ;" 
drawn by T. Carter: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 8986. art. 137,] 




A colored view of a mill at Sudbury : 9 in 

XXXIX. 8S. 6.] 
A north view, in pen and ink, of Tlioringloii Church ; drawn 

in 180S, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6754. fol. ^B. b.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of the north door, and of a. south 

window of Thorington Church ; drawn in 1808, by the Rev, 

Thomas Kerrich; each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0754. fi'. ;ii. 84.] 

A colored south-west view of Trimley St. Martin's Church: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 iu. [Add. 8987. art. «ti.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the steeple of Trimley St. Mary's 

Church ; drawn by Isaac Johnson : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 

8987. art. -^i.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the gateway of the steeple of 

Trimley St, Mary's Church ; by Isaac Johnson : 7 in. x 6 

in. [^rfrf. 8987.'art. 25.] 
A south view, in Indian ink, of Ufford Church ; drawn by Isaac 

Johnson : 8 iu. x 6 in. [Add. 8987. art. .ic] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved font in Ufford Church ; 

by Isaac Johnson, of Woodbridge: 9 in. x 8in. [Add.S967. 

art. .-IB.] 

Outline drawings of three sepulchral efhgies of females in 
Ufford Church ; 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 8987. art. A?.'] 

Twenty-four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, 
arches, and architectural details of Walberswick Church; 
drawn in 1808, by the Rev. Thomas Kcrnch i each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6754. fi'. J9-6i.] 

A drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral brass efiigies of Wil- 
liam Tabard, (who died in 1469,) in Walton Church ; by Isaac 
Johnson ; 7j in. x 6 in. [Add. 8987. art. -js.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Old Hall ruins at Walton ; drawn by 
Isaac Johnson : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 8987. art. -lO.] 

Sketches, iu pen and ink, of two north windows in Wangford or 
Wanbrook Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich 
each 6 in. X 4 iu. [Add. 673-]. flf. 65, M.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door and two windowi 
in Wenhaston Church ; drawn by iho Rev. Thomas Kerrich 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. S. 70, 79, as.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of the porch and various architec 
tural details of Market Wciitou Church ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich : each fl in. y ■» iij. [Add. 6759. fi". j6-4i.] 



SUFFOLK. 179 

View, in pencil, of West Stow House, supposed to have 
belonged to the Abbot of Bury : 1 f. 3 in. x 7 in. [Add. 

8986. art. 12 i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Wingfield 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 70. 96. 99.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Wingfield Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6754. fol. 275.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of the monument of 
a knight of the Wingfield family in Wingfield Church ; drawn 
in 1807, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6753. ff. 270-272.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the sepulchral figure of one 
of the De la Poles, Earls of Suffolk, in Wingfield Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6754. fol. 273.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the ruins of Wing- 
field Castle ; drawn in 1807, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 276.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the south firont of Wingfield Castle: 10 
in. X 7 in. [Add. 8987. art 125.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of the monument of Thomas Smith, 
of Winston, Esq., (who died in 1639,) on the south side of 
Winston Church : 8 in. x 5 in. [AM. 8986. art 169.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Woodbridge Church ; 
drawn by Isaac Johnson, of Alderton : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. 8987. art. 42.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of sculptured details of Woodbridge 
Church ; by Isaac Johnson : 6 in. x 6 in. [Add. 8987. art. 
47.] 

A series of colored drawings of all tlie figures on the painted 
screen in Woodbridge Church ; by Isaac Johnson : each 7^ 
in. X 7 in. [Add. 8987. arts. 49-65.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the richly carved font and canopy in 
Woodbridge Church ; by Isaac Johnson, of Woodbridge, in 
1785 : 1 f. 3 in. X 9 in. [Add, 8987. art 35.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Wood- 
bridge Church ; by Isaac Johnson : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 

8987. art. 44.] 

A A 2 



180 SUFFOLK. 

Eight drawings, in Indian ink, of the sculptured compartments 
of the font in Woodbridge Church ; by Isaac Johnson : each 
2^ in. X 2^ in. [Add. 8987. arts. 45, 46.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Jeffrey Pittman, 
Esq., in Woodbridge Church ; drawn by Isaac Johnson, in 
1784 : 10|^ in. x 6j in. [Add. 8987. art. 43.] 

An outline plan, on vellum, of an estate in Woodbridge, Suffolk, 
in the possession of James Pulham, Gent, 1812 ; drawn on 
a scale of 16 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Add. 
11,802. 1.'] 

A colored plan of Woodbridge Quays, Suffolk, in the occupa-^ 
tion of Messrs. Abbott and Calver, and Benjamin Jessup ; 
drawn about 1780, by the late James Pulham, Esq., who died 
mayor of Harwich, in 1 808 ; on a scale of about 35 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,802. *.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the north porch of Yaxley 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
5 in. [Add. 6744. ff. 47, 48.] 



SURREY. 



A COLORED military " sketch of the country betwixt Guildford 
and Canterbury, as reconnoitred by Lieut. -Col. Watson, 
Deputy Quarter-Master-General ; drawn by William Roy, 
[afterwards Major-General,] Dec. 3, 1755, shewing by colored 
dotted lines, the line of march for two columns from Guild- 
ford to Godstone, and the ground proper for encampments ; ^* 
drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile : 7 f. x 1 f. 8 in. 
[di VI. 101.] 

This plan is accompanied by Col. Watson's "Field Observ- 
ations on the line of the country from Guildford by Darking, 
Reygate, etc., to Canterbury ''; dated Nov. 21, 1755, and 
signed by the author. 

A colored military " sketch of the country betwixt Guildford 
and Canterbuiy, as reconnoitred by Lieut-Col. Watson, 
Deputy Quarter-Master-General; drawn by William Roy, 
P. £ng^,^' shewing the most proper encamping ground; 
drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile : 7 f. x 1 f. 9 in. \jb 

VI. 103.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the Lewes road from Croydon 
to Chailey; by William Roy, drawn about 1770, without a 
scale, but about one inch and a half to a mile : 4 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

7 in. [ife VI. 109.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the road from Camberwell to 
Guildford, as reconnoitred by Lieut. Dundas, [afterwards 
General Sir David Dundas,] Sept 11th, 1756; drawn on a 
scale of two inches to a mile : 4 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [^ vi. 

104.] 

A colored " survey and sketch of the country from Salisbury to 
Winchester and Alton, with the road from Petersfield to 



Wey, -from the 
Tago; no' scale 



, X 1 : 



182 8URKEY. 

Godalming, as reconnoilred by Lieut. David Dundas, Feb. 
10, 1757"; drawn on a scale of one inch and three quarters to 
a mile : 8 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 10 in. [ffl vi. loo.] 

A colored survey and sketch of tlie roads from Guildford to 
Godalming, and from Alton to Bagshot; by David Dundas, 
Feb. loth, 1757, drawn on a scale of one iucb and three 
quarters to a mile : 2 f. 1 1 in. x 2 f. 5 in. [^ vi. to7.] 

A colored sketch of the country between Woking, Bramley, 
Epsom, and Godstone; drawn about 1760, [by David Dun- 
das ?] on a scale of one inch and three quarters to a mile : 
2f. 4i-in. X llj-in. [* vi. i06.] 

A colored sun-ey of the River Wey Navigation; drawn about 
the year 1800, on a scale of 12 chains to an inch: on 10 
sheeU, together 9 f. 5 in. x 10 in. [Add. 12,548. a.] 

Colored plan of the navigation of the 

Thames to Guildford; drawn by 11. H. Ja 
marted. {Add. 12,548. 6.] 
On eight sheets, viz. : 

1. From the Thames to Weybridge Lock 
7 in. 

2. From the junction of the parishes of Pyrford and By- 
fleet to High Bridge : 2 f. 1 1 in. x 2 f. 

3. Duplicate of the preceding. 

4. Through the parishes of Woking and Send : 2 f. x 

1 f. 7 in. 

5. From Broad Oali Bridge to Stoke Bridge; 2 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 10 in. 

6. Duplicate of part of the preceding : 2 f. x 1 f. 7 iu. 

7. From Stoke Bridge to Guildford : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

8. From Bowers Bridge to Guildford: 2 f. x 1 f 10 in. 

A series of tracings, by R. H. Jago, from a suney of the River 
Wey Navigation : on nine sheets of various sizes. [Add. 
12,548, c. 1-9.] 

A profile, with sections and measurements of the River Wey 
Navigation, from Guildford to the Thames ; drawn by R, H. 
Jago: 8 f. x 1 f. [Add. 12,548. rf.] 

A colored plan of " the intended Mole and Dorking Navigation 
Canalinthecounty of Surrey"; surveyed by C. Dodd ; drawn 
on a scale of two inches to a mile, or 40 chains to an inch : 

2 f. 8 in. x 2 f. iAdd. 12^49. c] 

A plan [engraved] of " 
Canal " ; on a • 
[Add. 12,5 



Avigation and Surrey 
: 2 f. 4 in. X 1 '{. 



An engraved " plan of a navigable canal proposed to be made 
Uirougb the weald of Kent lo join tlie rivers Medway, Stour, 
and Rother ; surveyed in the years 1802 and 3 ; " with large 
manuscript additions to shew " the proposed Grand Southern 
Canal, by which a navigable communication will be opened 
between the river Thames, Medway, and Portsmouth, and 

■ also with the proposed Weald of Kent Canal, surveyed in 
1803"; drawn on a scale of two miles to an inch : 4 f. 6in. 
X 2 f. 1 in. [Add. 12,549. i.] 

Plan of part of the Southern or Portsmouth Canal, from Pens- 
hurst lo Cropthome Common; drawn by R. H. Jago: 8 f. 
X 2 f. [Add. 12,549. a.] 

A colored plan of the proposed Surrey, Sussex, and Hants Rail- 
way, from Wandsworth to Horlcy Chequers ; drawn by R. 
H. Jago: 9 f. 9 in. x 10 in. [Add. 12,550. a.] 

A section shewing the levels between St. Mark's Church on 

»Kennington Common, in the parish of Lambeth, to Mitcham 
Common and Croydon, being part of a projected " Surrey, 
Sussex, and Hants Railway" ; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a 
scale of 20 chains lo an inch ; it is inscribed " March 22, 
1825, by Mr. Jago, not proved " : 3 f. I in. x 8 in. [Add. 
12,550. A.] 

dection of the proposed Surrey, Sussex, and Hants Railway, 
" from the summit at Merstham to Tilgate Forest, and down 
lo the stream at Balcombe"; drawn by R. H. Jago ; 2f.4in. 
X II in.: and from Balcombe to Pangdean, by the same; 
4 f. X 10 in. [Add. 12,550. c. d.] 

t colored plan of " Henly Park, in Surrey (in the parish of 

Ash, and part of the Honor of Windsor); Sir Heurie Browne 

is keper therof, and hath about 120 deere, of antler about 70, 

of buckes (as is infoimed) about 40 : verie manie in respect 

of the general summe : the circuit of ibis parke is Sj mile, 

and so much it palcth ; the timber decaies ; it is in quantetie 

L about 420 acres, good grouude" ; drawn in 1607, by John 

I Norden, on a scale of 20 perches lo an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 

I 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 3749. art, iJ.] 

tagshol Park, in ihe parish of Windlcsham. See Windles- 

[ HAM. 

. colored view taken near Bansteat} Downs ; drawn by I. 
^Pillon : 8J in. x 6 in. [ft sl. si. b.] 

Bartholomew's Lock Hospital. See Sootuwakk, St. 



184 SUBHEV. 

A colored plan of an estate belonging to Mr. Bell, in LoriJ 
Lane, in the parish of St. Mary, Bernaondsey, adjoining lands 
belonging lo Guy's Hospital and Mr. Kichardson ; drawn by 
B. H. Jago, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 
If. 4 in. [Jdd.U,55l.a.] 

A colored plan of the same estate, with a projected " new road 
from London Bridge to the Kent Road " ; drawn by R. H. 
Jago: 1 f. 2 in. X 1 f. iAdd. 12,551. 6.] 

A colored plan of ibe same land, marked out for building houses 
on the line of the new road; drawn by K. H. Jago, on a 
scale of 40 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. [_Add. 
12,651. c] 

A colored plan of " Biflete Parke, in Surrey, wherof part 
lieth within part witliont the boundes of the forest, all yet 
belonging to the Honor [of Windsor]; wherof Sir Edward 
Howard is cheife keper, and halb about 160 fallow deere, 
about 36 of antler, and 14 buckcs ; this parke is in circuit© 
Sj mile, and so much it paleth ; few or no timber trees to 
mayntaine the fence; it contaynetb in quantitie about 380 
acres meane grounde"; drawn in 1607, by John Norden, 
on a scale of 20 perches to on inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 8 ^ 
[Harl. 3749. art. u.] 

Bittoms, in the parish of Epsom. See Epsom. 

A colored view of Pendbill Court, near Bletcbingley, the seat 
of George ScuUar, Esq. ; drawn by P. Sandby : 1 f. 2 in. x 
11 in. [di XL, SB. 6.] 
This was engraved by W. Watts, in 1776. 

A colored plan of part of the Bourne, with Dumford mill-] 
and river, in the parish of Chertsey, near Ottershaw Park, 
the properly, in 1783, of Sir Thomas Sewell; drawn by R, 
H. Jago, on a scale of 3 chains to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. X 11^ 
in. [Add. 12,551. (/.] 

Colored sections of the watercourse and mill-dams in Otlersliaw 
Park and Dumford Mill at Chertsey ; drawn by R. H. Ji 
8 f. 3 in. X 7^ in. [Add. 12,551. e.] 

Christ Church, in Southwark. See Soothware. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the hospital of the Holy Trinity at 

Croydon, founded by Archbishop Whitgift; drawn by F. 

Perry, in 1755 : 1 f 5 in. X 10 in. [* SL. le. «.] 



rden, ,, 
seat 

■PatJi 1 
jy R. 
11} 

sliaw 
itviit lli 



i colored view of Ember Court, in the parish of ' 
Dilton, the seat of Lord Cranlcy ; drawn about 1780: j 
i in. X 10 in. [<ii XL. so. i. A.] 



I 



I 



rcoTorfld drawing of tlie raoniimcnt of Richard Byfieid, rector 
of Long Ditton, {who died in 1664,) in Mortlake Church : 9 
in. l<Si Lysons" Enviroii.i, vol. i. p. :57i.] 

V colored " copy of part of a map of the parish of Effingham, 
lent to Mr. R. H. Jago, surveyor, by C. Derby, Esq., to 
enable him to ascertain the situation of the several parcels of 
land, the tithes of which were purchased at public auction on 
the 21st Feb. 1812, by George Foumier, Esq. " ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago, on a scale of eight chains to an inch ; 2 f. 6 in. 
X 2 f. I in. [Add, 12,552. a.] 

i colored "plan of estates situate in the parish of Effingham," 
the tithes of which were purchased, 21 Feb. 1812, by George 
Foumier, Esq. ; being " a survey made in May, 182G, to sheiv 
the changes that have bceo made between the different pro- 
prietors of the land lying in the Common Field.i, and how 
the tithes have been affected by such alterations" ; drawn by 
U. H. Jago, on a scale of eight chains to an inch ; 2 f . 6 in. 
X 2 f. 1 in. {Add. 12,552. 6.] 

Plan of the same estates on a larger scale, being the rough 
draft from which the preceding plan was made ; drawn by R. 
H.Jago: 3f. 4 in. x 2 f. Sin.; with three written terriers and 
surveys. [Add. 13,552. c. d. e. /.] 

I A colored design for a pillar to be erected on Runuey Mead, in 
the parish of Egham, to the memory of King William III. ; 
drawn by ... . Thomas; 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f [* XLr. as. i.] 

I Ember Court, in the parish of Thames Ditton. See Ditton. 

■man of a parcel of land called " Bittoms, situate in Epsom Com- 
mon Field, in the parish of Epsom, in the county of Surrey"; 
drawn about 1800, 2 chains to three quarters of an inch, on 
vellum : 2 f. 6 in. X 1 f [Add. 1 1,393. t-.] 

A colored plan of Wajland's Farm, being "Mr. Aleock's 
estate, at Eslier," to shew the land required for the London 
and Southampton Railway; drawn by R. H. Jago, on a 
scale of eight chains to an inch: 11 in. x ii\ in. \_Add. 
12^53. a.] 

lection on the centre line of the London and Southampton 
Railway, through Wayland's Farm ; drawn by R. H. Jago, 
on a scale of two chains to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x I f. 7 in. 
lAdd. 12,553. b.l 

A colored design, comprising plan and elevation for a new 
homestead and farm buildings at Wayland''s Farm, for that 



IS6 SDBSET, 

part of llie land severed by Uie Soulliampton Rftilvay? 
drawn hy R. U. Jago, on a scale of 10 feet to an incb : 1 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. IJ in. [Add. 12,553. c] 

A colored plan of the same ; drawn in 1836, by R, H. Jago, on 
a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Add. 
12,553. (f.] 

An ootline plan of the same ; on the same scale : 1 f 8 in. x 
1 f. 1 in. [Add. 12,533. e.] 

A colored north-east view of Farley Church : 7 in. x 6 in. [if 

XL. -i". 3.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the round keep of Fambani Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : ti in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6735. fol. leo.] 

A colored view of the cave called Mother Ludlem's Hole, in 
Moore Park, near Faraham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 1790 : 
I f 6 in. X I f 2 in. [ft xl. 24. -.] 

Colored plans of an estate at Ftiroley, on a scale of 2 chains to 
an inch ; of an inclosiiice of land on Frimley Common, on a 
scale of 3 chains to an incb; with elevations and plans of the 
house and offices, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch ; drawn by 
R. H. Jago : 2 f 6 in. X 2 f. [Add. 12,553. /.] 

St George's, Southwark. See SocTHWiRK. 

A colored plan and " front riew of Westbrooke Place, at Godal- 
ming, now the seal of N. Godbold, Esq., late of General 
Oglelfaorp: drawn by W, H.": I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. 
12,208. c.} 

A colored plan of "Guldeforde Parke, (part of the Honor of 
Windsor,) lying in Surreye, Sir Thomas Gorge is the keper 
iherof, . . . C^ter under keper ; this parke hath 600 fallow 
deere, about 80 of antler, and iiot above .10 buckes ; the 
circuit of ibis parke is C J mile, it paleth 7^ mile ; meanlie 
limbered, not sufficient to mayntaine the pale ; it contayneth 
in quantitie 1620 acres, the most reasonable good grounde"; 
drawn by John Norden in 1607, on a scale of 40 perches to 
an inch (8 inches to a mile) : 1 f 8 in. x I f, 3 in, [Hnrl. 
3749. art. n.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of Guildford Castle ; drawn by Uie Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6735. fol. i«.] 

Sketch, in pen and iuk, n ith notc&, of Guildford Cattle ; drawn 
by tite Rev. Tbontt* <* in. [^Add, 6740. 

fol. 51.] 



D outline view orTmity Hospital at Guildford; drawu about 
1720: I f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ft xl. ii. m. i.] 
Henty Park, in the parish of Ash. See Ash. 
I Kent Road, in the parish of Newington. See Newington. 

ting's Bench Prison. See Sodthwark, St. George's. 
I, A colored plan of Kew Gardens and the environs ; drawn in 
1785, on a scale of 40 yards to an inch : 3 f. 10 in. X 2 f. 
7 in. [*XL. w. o. 1.] 

A colored plan of the gardens at Kew ; drawn in 1763, on a 
scale of 110 feet to an inch : 4 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [ib XL. 

<•] 

I .A colored view of the Prince's house at Kew ; drawn by Paul 
Sandby : 8 in. x 5^ in. [P. R. Cracherode, 399.] 
This has been engraved by Rooker. 

I' A plan of the ground floor of the house formerly the residence 
of A. Stone, Esq., near Brentford Ferry, at Kew; drawn in 
1771, on a scale of 7^ feet to an inch: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 

[ft XL. 4fi. i. •-.] 

I A plan of the chamber floor of Mr. Stone's house at Kew, 1771; 
drawn on the same scale : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ft xl. 46. 

.■.».] 

m/i colored view of the wooden bridge over the Thames at 
Kew ; taken from the Middlesex side, about 1770 : 1 f . 8 in. 
X 1 f. 2 in. [ft XL. 46. /.] 

KA colored plan and elevation of Kew Chapel, with proposed 
alterations, by W, K. in Feb. 1768, on a scale of live feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft xl. 46. A,] 

I, A rough plan, in pen and ink, of Kew Chapel, with proposed 
alterations; drawn about 1760: 1 f. 2 in. x din. [ft xl. 
46. g-] 

l£ew. See also Richmond. 

PkA plan, in ludian ink, of Kingston upon Thames ; copied ap- 
parently from a plan of the seventeenth century ; 1 f. x 8 in. 

[ft XL. 15. t.] 

A colored south-east view of Kingston Church; drawn in 1787: 
7j-in. X 6 in. [ft XL. 16. c] 
^A colored south-east view of Kingston Church : 1 f. x 9^ in. 
[ft XL. 16. d.-] 

An outline drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John 
' Hortcombe (who died in 1488) and Katharine his wife, in 
' Kingston Church: 1 f x 9 in. [ft xl. i6. k.] 

B B 2 



188 SURREV. 

A colored drawing of the montintent of Philip Medows, Esq., 
of Richmond Park, (who died in 1781,) and Lady Frances 
Mcdows, in Kingston Clinrcli : 11 in. x 6 in. [S Lynons" 
Environs, vol. i. p. e4a.] 

A colored drawing of tie Gspulchral brass efiigies of Robert 
Skein (who died in 1J37) and his wife, on the south side of 
the communion table in Kingston Church ; drdwn in August, 
1810, on a scale of three inches to a foot : I f. 5 in. x 9 in, 

[* XL. 16. ,-.] 

Outline drawing of the sepulchral brass figures of Robert Slteiu 
(who died in 1437} and his wife, in Kingston Church: 1 f. 
X 10 iij. tsb XL. 16. A.] 

Three colored drawings of altar tombs in' the great chancel, the 
north chancel, and the north chantry of Kingston Church : 
each 9 in. X 8 in. [it XL. i6. e. f. jr.] 

A plan and elevation, in Indian ink, of the villa and designed 
offices of Sir Lfames RosB, Bart., at Kingston; drawn in 1759, 
on a scale of II feet to an inch : 11 in. x 10 io- [ft XL. 
16. n.] 

A colored view of au ancient house near Kingston Church : 7 
in. X 6 in. [ft XL. i6. l.'\ 

A colored drawing of the monument of Matthew Hutton, suc- 
cessively Archbishop of York and Canterbury, (who died id 
1758,) in Lambeth Church: 11 in. x 8 in. [ft Lysons^ En- 
virons, vol. i. p. aBi,] 

A colored view of the court of Lambeth Palace, taken from the 
inner porch of the Lollard's Tower ; [drawn by C. Tomkins] ; 
10^ in, X 8 in. [P. R, Crowle, vol. i. 7b.] 

A colored view of the Lollard's Tower at Lambeth Palace, 
taken from the court ; [drawn by C. Tomkins] : 9 in. x 7 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, vol. i. 78.] 

A colored drawing of one of the rooms in the Lollard's Tower ; 
by John Thomas Smith: 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Crowle, vol. i. 

76.] 

A colored view of the large timber wharf (Lett's) and shot 
tower at Lambeth ; drawn by John Thomas Smith : llj in, 
X 9 in, [P. R. Crowle, vol. i. no.] 

A colored view of the artificial stone manufactory at Lambeth ; 
drawn by C, Tomkuis, in 1801 : 8 in. x ii in. [P. R, 
Crowle, vol. i. 129.] 

A colored view of the artificial stone manufaclorv at Lombctb -. 
8 in. X 6i in, {P. R. Crowle, vol. i. us. 



i colored view of the aitiEcial stone maDufactory at Ijambelh ; 
dravQ by John Thomas Smith : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. It. Crowle, 
i. H8.] 

Two colored views of Beaufoy's sweet-wine manufactory at 
Lambeth ; drawn by C. Tomkins, in 1801 : each 8 in. x 5| in. 
{_P. R. Crowle, vol. i. i3j.] 
La colored view of the Westminster Lying-in Hospital : 8 in. x 
' . {P. R. Crowle, vol. i. i43.] 



L colored view of Aslley's Amphitheatre ; 
R. Crowle, vol. i. iw.] 

nill in 



8 in. X 5^ in. [i*. 
Lambeth : 8^ in. x 



Pa colored view of a malt house a 
[* XLi. 1. n.] 

L colored view of Lark Hall, near Vauxhall, in the parish of 
X.ambeth, on the Clapham road ; drawn about 1780: 9J in. 
: 8i in. [ft XLi. 3.] 
Mverian Museum. See Southwabk, Chrint Church. 
L view, in pen and ink, of Limpsiield Church ; drawn about 
1780: 11 in. x 6 in. [* xli. a.] 

Pa colored south-east «iew of Maiden Church ; drawn 19 Jan. 
1798 : 8 in. X 5\ in. [sfr xLi. 4.] 

Marshalsea PriBon. See Sodthwark, St. George's. 

St. Mary Overy's, Southwark. See Southwabk, St. Saviour's. 

A Bouth-west view, in pen and ink, of Merton Church : 1 1 in. 
X 6 in. [ft XLI. 6. a.] 

Ih colored north-east view of Merton Church; drawn 17 Nov. 
W 1797 : 8 in. X 6 in. [di XLI. e. c] 

A colored south-west view of Merton Church; draws 17 Nov. 

1797: 8 in. X 6 in. [* xli. 6. rf.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of an inscription on a stone at Merton 

Abbey : 8 in. x 5 in. [* xli. 6. e.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old church at Milcham; drawn in 

1754: II in. X 6 in. [£ xli. 8. a.] 
A view, in pen and ink, of Mitcham Church ; drawn about 

1780 : 1 1 in. X 6 in. [ft xli. 8. S.] 
A colored view on the Mitcham road; drawn by 1. Dillon: 9 

in. X 6^ in. [di xlj. b. c.'\ 
Moore Park, in the parish of Famhara. See Farnham. 

north-east view, in Indian ink, of Morden Church ; drawn in 

1754 ; lOj in. x 6 in. [ft xli. 9. a.] 



A colored bird's-eye vip«' "<" 
London ; drawn by " 

in. [*.xu. 15./1 

A view, iu Indi 
by A, H.; 1 



imond Park, lookiug lowaids 
I." about 1770: 5 f. x 3 f. 4 



A south view, in pen and ink, of Morden Cburcfaj drawn about 
1780 : lOj in. x 6 in. [<ai xli. 9. b.J 

A colored drawing of llie monumcTit of the Hon. Francis 
Coventry, (who died in 1699,) in Mortlake Church : 10 in. x 
6 in. [tt Lysons' Environs, vol. i. p. 3G8.] 

Newark Priorj-, in the parish of Send. See Send. 

A colored plan of premises in the New Kent Road, {m the 
parish of Newington,] occupied by Mr. Gowring, surveyed 
in June, 1B24, by Hurlbatt and Leachman ; drawn on a scale 
of 20 feel to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. {Add. 12,533. g.'\ 

St. Olave's, Soulhwark. See Soutuwark. 

Pcndhill Court, in the parish of Blelchingley. Sec Bletch- 

INGLEli. 

A colored oval view of the top of Putney Town turning towards 
Barnes Common; drawn by W. B., 1774: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

3 in. [A XLI. 14. (?.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west window of Putney Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6748. fol. 20.] 

Skelcb, in pen and ink, of ihe groining of the roof of Bishop 
West's Chapel at Putney; drawn in 1807, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 35.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of buildings at Putney ; drawn 
in 1805, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 6753. ff. 191-193.] 

A colored plan of the Marquis of Downshire's villa at Roe- 
hampton, in the parish of Putney ; drawn by R. Bretling- I 
ham, Sept. 4, 1798, on a scale of four poles to an inch : 2 f. 
X 2 f. [* XLI. -ii. d.] 

A colored plan of Richmond Park and of the adjacent country 
between Wandsworth, Putney, East Sheen, Richmond, 
Kingston, and Wimbledon ; drawn about 1770, on a scale of 
15 chains to an inch, or 6 inches to a mile : 2 f. 4 in. x I f. 
8 in. [A XLI. 15. a.] 



SURREY. 191 

pplan, in Indian ink, of the principal floor of Richmond 
f Lodge ; drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 
!■ 1 f. 8 in. [sb xli, la. e. 3.] 

Four plans, in Indian ink, of the first and second Boors [of the 
offices of Richmond Lodge ?] : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [* xu. 15. 
e.i.] 

A colored view of Colonel Stewart's house in Richmond Park; 
drawn about 1770 : 1 f. x 9 in. [* xli. i5. e, i.] 

A colored plan on vellum of the Royal Gardens of Richmond 
and Kew, with the Hamlet of Kew and part of the Royal 
Manor of Richmond j taken under the direction of Peter 
Burrell, Esq., his Majesty's survey or- general, by Thos. 
Richardson, 1771 ; drawn on a scale of four chains (of four 
poles each) to an inch (or 1 f. 8 in. to a mile) : 3 f. 10 in. x 
1 f. 9 in. [ft XLI. 16. 4.] 

A colored plan of Richmond and Kew Gardens, distinguish- 
ing the pleasure ground in fine keeping, the lawn in keeping, 
the wood not in keeping, and the kitchen garden ; drawn 
about the year 1800, on a scale of nine chains to an inch : 

1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [ft SLi. 16. Q 

An outline plan of West Sheen Old Gardens and Deer Park ; 
drawn before the coDstraction of the terraces in the park, about 
the year 1730 : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft xli. is. a.] 

A colored plan of West Sheen Old Gardens and Deer Park; 
drawn to shew the construction of the terraces in the park, 
about the year 1730, with a section of the terrace and ditch : 

2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft xli. le. 6.] 

Au outline plan of the Deer Park to the north of West Sheen 
Old Gardens ; drawn about 1730, to shew the construction of 
the terrace; with two sections: 1 f. G in. x 1 f. [ft xli. 

16. c] 

A colored plan of the terrace and summer-house in the Royal, 
Gardens at Richmond; drawn about 1730: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 
in. [ft XLI. 16. d.] 

A colored plan of Uie wilderness in Richmond Gardens, (near 
the Green,] as first designed ; drawn about 1730: 1 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. [ft XLI. 16. «.] 

[riew, in Indian ink, of the hermitage in the Royal Garden 
nt Richmond ; drawn about the year 1740 : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 
r* XLI. 16. o.l 

It, of a building proposed to be erected 
hmond, for a register of the weather, 
lam, Arch'. 1770, with plans of the 



1» 



t uid ose pair of stairs slory witb iu poftico, two 
pair of stairs story and leads for observations, and a section 
across the building ; all dran-n on a scale of four feet to an 
inch: each 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [tb XLi. i6. a.] 

A' colored view of the Royal Observatory in Ricbnoiid 
Gardens; drawn about the year 1800: 1 f. x 9 in. [A 
XU. iG. r.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of a wooden bridge " as intended to 
be built by Mr. Windham at the ferry from Richmond to 
Twickenham, 1772" ; 1 f. x 7 in. [ft XLi. so. a. a.] 

A colored view of an old mansion up the river, near Ricbmond ; 
drawn abont 1780 : 1 f. x 9 in. [ft XLi. n. i.] 

A colored sketch of the country- from Richmond Hill to 
Wimbledon, " to shew the exercise of the king's and queen's 
regiments of Light Dragoons, April 18th, 1770;" drawn by 
D. Dnndas [afterwards General Sir David Dtindas] : I f. 
Sin. X 11 in. [ft xl. lo.] 

Roehampton, in the parish of Putney. See PfTNEy, 
Runney Mead, in the parish of Egham. See Egham. 
St. Saviour's, Soulhwark. See Southwabk. 

A colored view of the ruins of Newark Priory, in the parish of 
Send; drawn in October, 1766: I f. 8 in. x 10 in. [ft xu. 
,1.] 

Sheen, in Richmond. See R,ichmond. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of Soulliwark, and the country on 
the surrey side of the Thames from Vacshall to Deptford, 
with proposed roads from Westminster Bridge ; drawn about 
the year 1740, on a scale of 375 yards to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. 
X 1 f. 6 in. [ft xxvn. 48. s.] 

Seven plans, elevations, and sections of Christ Church, in 
Great Surrey Street, in Southwark; drawn on a scale of six 
feet to an inch, [ft xxvii. m. a-g.] 

a. Plan of the vaults : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

b. Plan of the church : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

c. Elevation of the west end and tower : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 j| 

d. Elevation of the north side : 1 f 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

e. Elevation of the east end : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

f. Section of the east end : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f, 2 in. 

g. Plan of the ceiling : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 
A colored view of the Leverian Museum, in the Blackfri&rs 

road, in the parish of Christ Church : 8 in. x 5j in. [P. 
R. Crowle, viii.] 



I 



SOSREY. 103 

Colored plan of St. Bartholomew 'b Lock Hospital in Kent 
Street, in the parish of St. GeorgD, Southwark; drawn by 
W. Collier, in 1745, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 
in. X 1 f. 5 in. [i& xxvii. 56. i. «,] 

A plan of the upper wards, with the south-east elevation of the 
wards of the Hospital ; drawn by W. Collier : 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f . 5 in. [di xxvii. 56. 1. i.] 

A colored view of the soath front of the north &ide of the 
Marshalaea Prison, in the parish of St. George, Southwark ; 
8 in. X 5^ in. [P. R. Crowle, vol. i. fol. i6+.] 

A colored view of the entrance to the King's Bench Prison, in 
the parish of St. George, Southwark : 8 in. X 5j in. \_P, 
R. Crowle, vol. i. i56.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Freemasons' Charity School, in 
St. George's Fields, Southwark : 7i in. x 5J in. [P. R. 
Crowle, vol. i. i4i,] 

A colored " plan of the design for St. Olave's Church " [South- 
wark], signed as "approved of" by the minister and church- 
wardens, 26 Oct, 1737; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 8 in. [sb xxrii. sz. «.] 

Plan of the galleries ; on the Game scale, and signed as the 
former; 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 1 in, [s& xxiii. si. 6.] 

Sectionfromeastto west of the Church and steeple, with plans of 
the steeple at two different stages ; on the same scale, and 
signed as the former : 1 f. 7j^ in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xxni. ss. c] 

Plan of the ceiling ; on the same scale : 1 f. 7|^ in. X 1 f. 1 in. 
[Sfe XXIII. 3S. d.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the Church of St. Mary Overy, or St. 
Saviour, Southwark ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kcrrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6757. fol. «.] 

A colored view of the west entrance of St. Saviour's Church, 
Southwark I by John Thomas Smith: 7 in. x b\ iu, [P. 
R. Crowle, vol. i. i79.] 

A colored drawing taken behind the high allar in Si, Saviour's 
Church, Southwaik, shewing the tomb of Bishop Andrews : 
6 in. X 4^ in. [P. R. Crowle, ri. i-i.] 

A colored drawing of the tomb of Lancelot Andrews, Bishop 
of Winchester, (who died iu 1626,) in the Lady Chapel of St. 
Saviour's Church, Southwark: 1 f. x Bj^ in. [P. H. Crowle, 

II. 15.] 
kTOL. U. C C 



Ifly SURREY. 

A colored drawing of the nioniinicnl of Lancelot Andrew 
Bishop of Winchester, (who died in 1620,) in tho Lady 
Chapel of St, Saviour's Church, Soulhwark : 8 in. X 7 in. 
[P. R. Crowle, i. i7i.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral figure of Bishop .\ndrBW8 ; 
on a scale of one inch and a half to a foot: 9 in. x 3^ in. 
[P. K. Crowle, II. 15.] 

Colored drawings " of two stone coffins found in making 
Bishop Andrews' vault, and now placed by his tomb in the 
chapel behind the high altar of St. Mary Overy's Church," 
Southwark; 8 in. x 5 in. [P. R. Crowle, ii. ii.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of William Austin, Esq., 
(wl)o died in 1633,] in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark : 9 
in. X 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, i. i70.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Susannah Barford, (who 
died in 1(552,) in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark ; on a scale 
of half au inch to a foot: 6 in. x 3j in. [P. R. Crowle, 

II. 18.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Richard Benefeld, 
of Gray's Inn, in the Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's Cliurch, 
Southwark : 7 in. x 5 in. [P. R. Crowle, i. 173.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Bingham, 
Esq., saddler to Queen Elizabeth and James I., (who died in 
1625,) in St. Saviour's Church, Soutliwark: 7 in. x 4 J in. 
\P. R. Crowle, i. its.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of tlie monument of Richard Bliss, 
(who died iu 1703,) in tho Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's 
Church, Southwark : 9 ia. x C in. [P. R. Crowle, i. i7o.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two altar tombs, one of them sup- 
posed to be that of Thomas Cure, Esq., (who died in 1588,) 
in the Lady Chapel of St, Saviour's Church, Southwark : 8 
in. X 5 in. [P. R. Crowle, I. V-r.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of ihe monument of William Emerson, 
(who died in 1575,) in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark : 8 
in. X 5j in. [P. R. Crowle, i. 177.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Gower, tlie 
poet, (who died in 1402,) in the Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's 
Church, Southwark : 1 f. x 7j in. [P. R. Crowle, i. I7(i.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Alderman Humble, in 
St. Saviour's Church, Southwark ; on a scale of seven-eighths 
of an inch to a foot : 1 f. x 6 j in. [P. R. Crowle, 11. 33.] 



I 



k colored drawing of the moniimciit of Richard Humble, alder- 
man of London, in the Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's Churc)i, 
Southwark: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [P. R. Crowle, i. i75.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of ihe Rev. Thomas 
Jones, chaplain of St. Saviour^ (who died in 1762,) in St. 
Saviour's Church, Southwark : 7 in. x 5 in. [7^. R. Crowic, 
I. .75.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Dr. Lionel Lockyer, 
(who died in 1672,) in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark ; on 
a scale of fglhs of an inch to a foot: 10 in. x 8j iu. [P. 
R. Crowle, ii. la.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Dr. Lockyer, 
(who died in 1672,) in the Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's 
Church, Southwark : 9 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, i. ni.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Morton, M.A., 
(who died in lliSI,) in the Lady Chapel of St. Saviour's 
Church, Southwark : 3j in. x 3 in. [P. R. Crowle, i. 174.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of John Treheame, gentle- 
man porter to Kiug James I., in the Lady Chapel of St. 
Saviour's Church, Southwark ; on a scale of fjths of an inch 
to a foot: llj in. x 8 in. [P. R. Crowle, 11. si.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Treheame, 
in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark : 1 f. x 7 in. [P. R. 
Crowle, 1. 171.] 

A colored drawing of the Globe Theatre, in Southwark ; drawn 
on old paper, and believed by Mr. Crowle to be contempo- 
rary with ihebuilding, but which is a modem copy, from C. J. 
Visscher's view of Loudon, published in 1616 [© x.ti. 3».] : 
1 f. X 7 in. [P. R. Crowle, ir. O:] 

I A colored view of the court yard of the Talbot {or Tabard) Inn, 
in Southwark: 7^ in. x 5^ in. [P. R. Crowle, 11. 41.] 

A colored plan of the land required for the London aud Soulh- 
amploR Railway, in the parish of Walton, from the river 
Mole to Broad Lane ; drawn by H. H. Jago, on a scale of 
tu'o chains to an inch : with a profile : 3 f. 3 in. x I f. 3 in. 
[Add. 9554. a.] 
I A colored plan of an estate at Wandsworth, belonging to Mr. 
William Nottidge, shewing the land required for the London 
and Southampton Railway; drawn by R, H. Jago, on a 
scale of two chains to an inch : 3 f. x 3 f. {Add. 12,554. b.] 

^Another copy of the same plan, oil the same scale and size. 
[Add. 12,554. (•] 

c c « 



iw 



SUBBSt. 



An outline plan of part of the same estate ; drawn on the same 
scale : 1 f. a in. x 1 f. 1^ in. [Add. 12,554. d.] 

A colored plan of the land required for the railway through the 
same estate ; diawn on a scale of one foot to a mile : 1 f. 3 
in. X 7 in. [Add. 12,554. e.] 

An outline plan of the same, with measurements : 2 f. x Oi in. 
[Add. 12,554./] 

A view, in pencil and Indian ink, of Wandsworth Hill ; drawn 
by G. Lambart : 1 f. 10 in. x 11 in. [^ xLi. S9. j.] 

Wajland's Farm, in the parish of £sher. See Esher. 

Westbrooke Place, at Godalming. See Godalminq. 

West Sheen, in Richmond. See Richmond. 

A colored plan of " Bagshott Parlte, [part of the Honor of 
Windsor,] lying in Surrey, [in the parish of Windlesham,] 
wherin are about 17 rowe deere, as was informed ; ihey lie 
covertlie, and are hardlie discovered ; Sir William Hamian 
is the keper of tliis parke ; a little part lieth in Berkshire j it 
is in circuit 2j mile, it paleth 3| mile; it contayneth in 
quantilio about 415 acres, good ground for the moste parte;" 
drawn in 1607, by John Norden, on a scale of 20 perches 
to an inch : I f. 8 in. x,l f. 3 in. [Harl. 3749. art. li.] 

A colored plan of " all Wokinge parke, [part of the Honor of 
Windsor,] which parke is distinguished under the names of 
the great and little parkes. Of this parke Sir Jeames Hes- 
kins is cheife keper, and halh abnut 160 deere, 30 of anller, 
and about 15 buckes. Tiiis intire parke by the outmosle 
pale is in circuit 4 J mile, it paleth 5| mile : the timber will 
not raaintaine the paling longe ; it containelh in the whole in 
quantilie about 590 acres"; drawn, in 1607, by John I^ordenj 



on a scale of 20 
3749. art. is.] 
A colored view of Woking: 1 f. 1 i 



1 inch : 2 f, X 1 f. 5 ii 



[Hart. 



[* XLi. : 



SUSSEX. 



CoAsT of Sussex. See Southern Coast of England, in vol. i. 
pp. 90-93. 

An outline map of the county of Suteex, divided into rapes ; 
drawn by James Colbrond, probably about the year 1588 : 

1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. [O. R. Ltbr. 17, A. l.] 

It is attached to a scheme proposed by the author for 
mustering the county of Sussex, addressed to the Lord High 
Treasurer and Lord High Admiral of England, as the Queen's 
Lieutenants of the county. 

A colored military survey of the coast of Hampshire, Sussex^ 
and Kent from Christ Chtlrch to Dover, with the roads be- 
tween Salisbury, Winchester, Bagshot, Guilford, South- 
ampton, and Portsmouth ; Croydon^ Chichester, and Brighton; 
Canterbury, Pevensey, and Hastings ; drawn [by Major-Ge- 
neral William Roy ?] on a scale of one inch to a mile : 12 f. 
X 4 f . 8 in. [A VI. 98, 99.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the coast of Sussex, with part 
of the country adjoining to the coast, as reconnoitred by 
Lieut, [afterwards Major-General] William Roy, Feb. Ist^ 
1757 ; drawn on a scale of If inch to a mile : 12 f. 4 in. x 

2 f. 5 in. [9b XLii. 11.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the road from Hind-head to 
Cocking; by William Roy, drawn about 1770; scale not 
marked, but about 1^ inch to a mile : 1 f. 1 1 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 

[ib VI. 108.] 

A colored plan of the river Ouse, with its appendages, shewing 
the width and height of the several sluices, etc.-; drawn by 
T. Marchant in 1767, on a scale of 4 inches to a mile ; with 
a "projection of worts for the drainage of Lewes and Laugh- 



19^ 

loo lerelSy hia^ upon die rircrs Ome and Ghnd ; In* Jolm 
SneatoD, Knghwyr, 1768^ :3£4iB.x]£ftm.* [^Mtf. 
mi.] 

A ooloicd plan of tbe proposed Grand Somheni Canal, br winch 
a navigable t4ii—uui ication will be opened Iwif ec u the lirer; 
Thames, Medwaj, and PorUBoath, and abo with the 
proposed Weald of Kent Canal ; sarrered in l^OS ; drawn 
br B. H. Jago, oo a scale of 5 miks to an indi : 4 £ 6 in. x 
2L [Add. 12J^W. i.] 

A soath-east riew, in In£an ink, of Albonine Chmch ; drawn 
bj James Lambert: 11 in. x 7 in. IJdd. Bnnell, 5677. 



A tinted view of the north-west from of Alboiinie Place; drawn 
br S. H. Gfimm, in 17^ : 10^ in. x 7 in. [JdUL Bonell, 
X72. fid. 57.] 

An oral north-west riew, in Indian ink, of Alciston Church ; 
drawn bT J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7} in. [Add. Bnndl, 5676. 
ioLrs.]' 

A Tiew, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Aldrington Church ; 
drawn br J. Lambert: 9}^ in. x 8 in. [Add. BnneD, 5677. 



A tinted riew of Aldfiiston or Alfiriston, taken from part of 
Windorer Hill, west of the mill ; drawn bj S. H. 
10| in. X 7^ in. [Add. Bnnell, 5671. fid. s^.] 



A noith-east Tiew, in Indian ink, of Aldfiiston or Alfiiston 
Chnrch; drawn bj J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7|^ in. [Add. 
Barren, 5676. fi>l. rr.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Alfiiston Chorch ; drawn 
bT S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7| in. [Add. Bonell, 5678. fol. 
^] 

A tinted west riew of Alfiiston Chmch; drawn by S. H. 
Grinmi, in 1787: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 6i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ^confessional"^ [three stone 
stalls and a piscina] on the south side of the chancel of Al- 
fiiston Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 10|^ in. 
X 1\ in. [.Add. Buni-ll, 5671. fol. 6e.] 

Drawings in Indian ink« of the foumlefs monument, on the 
north side of the chancel of .\lfrision Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1787 : 8 in, x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

61. j 



I 



I 



snssBx. 109 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of some *' grotesque figures in ihe 
front of the public house at Alfriston," being fragments of 
ancient ecclesiastical sculpture; drawn by S. H, Grimni ; 
10|^ in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. ful. 6o.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of some of the same figures found at 
Alfriston : 1 f. x 9 in. [g? XLii. Si. a.] 

A tinted south-east view of Aldingbourne Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grinini, in 1791: 10^ in. x 7} in. [Jdd. Burrell, 
5G78. fol. i5.] 

A tinted view of Knighton or Nyton, in the parish of Alding- 
bourne ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in 1791 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. St.] 

Aldwick Green, in the parish of South Berated. See Bebsted. 

A colored north view of Arabcrley Castle and Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
567J. fol. 7.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a Saxon arch in Ambcrley Church; 
by S, H. Grimm : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 8.] 

A tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John Wan- 
tele, (who died in 1424,) in Amberley Church; by S. H. 
Grimm : 8^ in. x 5 in. [Add. BurreU, 5674. fol. 8.] 

A colored south view of the ruins of Amberley Castle; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOJ in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5674. fol. 6.] 

A colored view of the interior of the west court of Amberley 
Castle; drawn by S. H. Grinim, in 1788: 10 J in. x 7 j^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 7.] 

A colored view of the upper or east court of Amberley Castle; 
drawn by S, H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj in. x 7j^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5674. fol. 6.] 

A view, in Indian iDk,of Moor in Amersham, [South Ambcrsham] 
in the parish of Steep, co. Hants., but in the hundred of 
I Easeboume, co. Sussex; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 
I lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. BurreU, 5678. fol. 20.] 

A tinted view of the north-west end of Angmering Church ; 
drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOj- in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5674. fol. 3J.] 

A colored view of the west side of the remains of Angmering 
Place; drawn by S. U. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
BurreU, 5674. fol. 11.] 



A tinted view of Ham, in tbe psiufa of A 

H. II. Grimm, in 1791 : 10) in. x 7} ta. [JM. BwicO, 

M78. (bl. i3.] 
A tinted view of "Apnldram Tower;" drawn by S.H.Gtuinn: 
10^ in. X 7^ in. [.JiU. Btnrell, 567&. (oL u.] 

A colored aoith-vsM riew of Ardingly Chnrch ; drawn by S. 

H. Giioun, in 1783 : 10| in. x 7} in. [Add. Bondl, 5672. 

foLw.] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in an arcbed recess 

in tbe north wall of Ardingly Cburch; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1782 ; 9 ia. X 7 in. : with a separate drawing of 

the figure, 9i in. x 4} in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. S3.] 

A tinted view of the sontb front of Wakeberst Honse, in the 
parish of Ardingly, " the seat of Dennis Clarke, Esq., LL.D., 
deceased, and now of Joseph Peyton, Esq.;" drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1780 : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. 
fol. 3y.] 

An eleratjon, in Indian ink, of tbe great door of Wakeberst 
Place; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 11^ in. x 7 in. 
[Add. Bunell, 5672. fol. 39.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Arlington Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : 8 in. X 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 74.] 

A tinted view of the ruins of the ancient encampment called 
" Barlow Castle," in the parish of Arlington, near Alfriston ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 60.] 

Arundel River. See Southern Coast op Enqland, in vol. i. 
p. 91. 

A tinted south-east view of Arundel Town and Castle, taken 
from the meadows near Calceto ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 
1789: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 9.] 

A colored north-east view of Arundel Church, and part of tlie 
College, " row Mr. Lahy's house," taken from the walls of 
the casUc keep ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : lOj- in, x 
7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 16.] 

A colored view of the south front of Arundel Church, and of 
the east and south sides of the College; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5074. fol. S3.] 

A colored nortb-cast vi iwn by Jd 

Buckler, in 180d 



SUSSEX. 20l 

I 

A colored south-west view of Arundel Church ; drawn by John 
Buckler, in 1804 : 1 f. x 8} in. [9b xui. 12./.] 

A tinted view of the interior of the Norfolk chancel, or rather 
the collegiate chapel, in Arundel Church, taken from the 
organ loft; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 f. 3 in. lAdd. BurreU, 5674. fol. «i.] 

A tinted drawing of the monument of Thomas Fitzalan, Earl of 
Arundel, (who died in 1415,) and his countess, Beatrix, 
daughter of John, King of Portugal, in the centre of the 
Norfolk chancel in Arundel Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
1780 : 9 in. x 7 in. lAM. BurreU, 5674. fol. 20.] 

A tinted drawing of the monument of John Fitzalan, iSarl of 
Arundel, (who died in 1421,) and his countess Eleanor, in 
the centre of the Norfolk chancel in Arundel Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. x 9 in. [AM. BurreU, 5674. 

fol. 17.] 

A tinted drawing of the monument of John Fitzalan, Earl of 
Arundel, (who died in 1435,) in the north wall of the Norfolk 
chancel in Arundel Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : I f. 
x 8 in. [Add. BurreU, 5674. fol. ir.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of WiUiam Fitzalan, 
Earl of Arundel, (who died in 1487,) and his countess, on the 
south side of the Norfolk chancel ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 
in. X 1 f. ; with a separate drawing of the figures, 9 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. BurreU, 5674. fol. la.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Thomas and WU- 
liam Fitzalan, successively Earls oi Arundel, (who died in 
1524 and 1543,) on the north side of the Norfolk chancel in 
Arundel Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 
[Add. BurreU, 5674. fol. 19.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Henry Fitzalan, 
the last of the name, Earl of Arundel, (who died in 1579,) on 
the south side of the Norfolk chancel in Arundel Church; by 
S. H. Orimm, in 1780: 1 f- x 7 in. [Add. BurreU, 5674. 
fol. 20.] 

A colored drawing of the portrait and arms of Thomas Bour- 
chier, Abp. of Canterbury, (who died in I486,) painted on 
glass, in the south window of the Norfolk chancel ; by S. H* 
Grimm, in 1780: 11 in. x 5i in. [Add. BurreU, 5674. 
fol. 9t.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of twelve grotesque figures in wood^ 
formerly attached to the old ceiling of the Norfolk chancel ; 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 1 J in. x 9J in. [Add. BurreU, 5674* . 
fol. ««.] 

Vol. II. D D 



A colored view of Ihe interior of the ruins of Anrndel Collc^fe} 
drawD by S. II. Grimm, in 1780: I f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[Add. BuiTeU,5674. foJ. si.] 

A colored Bouti-weal view of the remains of the Prioiy near 
Arundel Bridge; drawn bj- S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f x 
9i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5674. fol- 15.] 

A colored view of the outside of the Priory Cliapel at Anradel, 
taken from the bridge ; drawn by S. H. Gnmm, in 1780 : 
1 f. X »i in. [Add. BurreU, 6674. fol. u.] 

A colored view of the inside of the Priory Chapel at Arundel ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. x fljin. [JtW. Burrell, 
5674. fol. I*.] 

A colored west view of St. Mary's Gate at Arundel ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. x 0^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. IS.] 

A general bird's-eye view of Arundel Castle; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1781 : 9 in, x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 

fol. SB.] 

A tinted north-west view of Arundel Castle, taken from the 
lower ground near the back gale; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 
lOj^ in. X 4j in. [Add. Bnirell, 5674. fol. S9.] 

A colored east view of Arundel Castle ; drawn by John Buck- 
ler, in 1804 : llj in. x 9 in. [* xlii. vi. c] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the west front of Arundel Castle; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781: 11 in. x 3j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5674. fol. «.] 

A colored view of the ioEcr court of Arundel Castle, token 
from the stairs leading to Uie dungeon; dran-n by S. H, 
Grimm, in 1781; lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. t9.] 

A colored view of the inner court and keep of Arundel Castle, 
taken from the inside of the court near the house; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 30.] 

A colored view of Arundel Castle keep, shewing the entrance; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783: If. x 84 in. [^dd.Bnrrell, 
5677. fol. 76.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the wp* 
■ Castle ; drawn by S, H. 
[Jrfrf.llTtm-ll, 5671. fol 



I 



A colored view of the iusidc of llie keep of Arundel Castle ; 
draH-n by S. II. Grimni, in 1780: 1 f. x 10 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5674. fol. !6,] 

A colored view of tlie inside of the prison in the keep of 
Arundel Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : 1 1 J in. x 
9i in. [Add. Bunell, 5674. fol. SG.] 

' Jk colored view of the south gale of the inner court of Arundel 
I Castle, taken from the outer court ; drawn by S. II. Grimm, 
in 1780 : 1 f. X 10 in. {Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 85.] 

A colored view of Bevis Tower, taken from the outer court 
near the ditch of Arundel Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1780: 1 f. X 9i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5674." fol. t5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bevis Tower and the ruins of the 
west gate of the outer court of Arundel Castle ; drawn by S. 
H.Grimm, in 1781 : lOj^ in. x 4 in. {Add. Burrell, 5674. 

. fol. «?.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the tower on the south wall of 
Arundel Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 10^ iu. x, 
7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 28.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the two-handed iron sword in 
Arundel Castle, said to be " the sword of the great Bevis " ; 
by S. H. Grimm: II in. x 7^ in. {Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 3i.] 

prawing, in Indian ink, of two maces belonging to the mayor 
of Arundel; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: IG^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. i.i.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ashbumham Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. x Oi^ in. {Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 31.] 

Drawing, iu Indian ink, of the monument of Wm. Ashbum- 
ham, Esq., {who died in 1679,) and Jane, Countess of Marl- 
borough, in the chancel of Ashburnham Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10 in. x 7 in. {Add. Burrell, 5670. 

fol. 68.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of the monument of John Ashbum- 
ham, Esq., (who died in 1671,) and of his two wives, in the 
chancel of Ashburaham Church ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 
8^ in. X 3 in. : with a separate drawing of the figures, 6 in. 
X 31 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 69.] 

. tinted drannng of the east front of Ashbumham House ; 
Irawu by S. H. Grimm, in 1788; \0^ in. x ^\ in. {Add. 
irrell, 5670. fol. 68.] 

D D S 



SOd SDSgEX. 

Aslicoinbe, near Lewes. Sec Lewes. 

Ashfold Lodge, in the parisli of Slaugham. See Slaoohau. ^ 

A tinted south-east view of BuncLoo Chapel, in the parish ( 

Ashington ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : 10^ iu. X 7^ 

in. [Add. Buirell, 5673.] 
A tinted south view of Ashurst Church and Parsonage ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 

5673. fol. 30.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ashurst Church ; drawn 

by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 1 f. x 9 in. [Add. Burreli, 5677. 

fol. 67.] 
A tint«d south viewof Eatons, in the parish of Ashurst ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm, in 17S8 : \0^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 

5673. fol. 30.] 

Avisford I^ace, in the parish of Walbertou. See Walberton, 

Bailey Park, in the parish of HeathSeld. See Heathfieuv 

Balsdean, in the parish of Rottingdean. See RottingdeaiTj 

A north-east view, in Indian inlt, of Barcombe Church ; dral 
by J. Lambert : 1 0^ in. X 8 j in. [Add. 5677. fol. a*.] 

A tinted view of Mr. Kemp's house at Conybury, in the pa- 
rish of Barcombe, near Lewes; drawn by S, H. Gritnm, 
in June, 1790: lOj^ in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 
fol. ».] 

A tinted north view of Battle Town and Abbey, taken from the 
London Road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783; 10^ in, x 
7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. bi.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Battle Church; 
by J. Lambert: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [Add. BnrreU, i 
fol. Si.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of pillars in Battle Church; by S 
Grimm : 10 in. x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. J*.] 

Three colored drawings of saints in Battle Cbnrch ^f")! 
byS. H.Grimm: each 10 in. X 6 in. [Ad/f. rim 

fol, 36.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the in 
Browne, (who died in 13-18.) arr^ ' 
chancel of Battle Church ; (]t;i" 
5j iu.: with a. separate dfruun; 
[^i(W. Burrell, 3070. fol *..] 



rell, 
■ON, J 





SUSSEX. 


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■ 


^^K 


A tinted view of Battle Abbey, tahen from the Ashburafaam ^^^| 
Road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17S3: 10^ in. x 7^ in. ^^M 
[Add. Burrel), 5670. fol. 5i.] ^^^ 


A tinted view of BatUe 
drawn by S. H. Grimm 
5670. fol. 34.] 


Abbey, 1 
, : lOj in 


taken from StarrB 
. X 7i in. [Add. 


Green; ^^H 
Burrell, ^^H 


A bird's-eye view, in IncUan ink, in 
Battle Abbey; drawn by S. H. 
{Add. Bun-ell, 5670. fol. ST.] 


titled " 
Grimm 


Budgen's v 
: lOj in. > 


4i ^m 


A colored view of the west front of Battle 
S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 1 f. S in. x lOj 
6670. fol. «.] 


Abbey; drawn by ^^^| 
in. [Add. Burrell, ^^M 


A colored view of the Bouth front of Battle Abbey; drawn ^^^| 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ In. [Add. Boirell, 5670. ^^H 


A colored view of the east 
^m S. H. Grimm, in 1783: 
^H 5670. fol. 47.] 


. front of BatUe Abbey ; drawn by ^^H 
: 10^ in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, ^^H 


^"A colored view of the interior of the 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 48.] 


great hall at Battle Abbey ; ^^H 
1 f. 3 in. X lOi^ in. [Add. ^^H 


View, in Indian ink, of the 
Abbey; drawn by S. H. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 


: interior of the 
Grimm, in 1783 


vestibule at Battle ^^^| 
: 10^ in. X ^^H 


A tinted view of the interior of the 
Abbey; drawn by S. H. Grimm 
BurreU, 5070. fol. il..] 


steward's room af 
: lOi in. X 7J in. 


Battle ^^H 
lAdd. ^^^^H 


A tinted view of the east ade of 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 
BuTXell, 5670. fol. «.] 


' Battle Abbey refectory ; ^^^^^^^M 
1 3 X [Add. ^^^^^M 


A colored view of the eoutli end of Battle 
drawn by S. H. Grimm,in 1763: 1 f. 3 ii 
Burrell, 6670. foL «.] 


Abbey refectory; ^^^^^^^| 
X [Add. ^^^^^M 


i' ■ 


. 1 


refectory; drawn^^^^^^^H 


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Ccnmn. ic IT^ : 11^ in. ii 7* in. TJIaA- TtonttT,, SiSTa. 



. nose Tif^ nf "^ JBz. ^nx^'^ use Sattif . iLbu'i: Y[r SL IL 
Gemmn. in ITfS : 3(fr in. ^ 7r jx^. ~^a£. finnelL 9B9§l 
ill. 3lC 



BwiiBiLAimEv. XL ^ iHn^ IE i:!Bic. Sh JiiiaS?. 
Th-arirrTlrar tt thr Twnwr rr TTtmnnimir Sef Bueekk. 
IP ttf yiaa; afSftBnmp^ Sec SiauAiSi&. 



it JTSft : jfir in. iL Tf^ XL 'Aid BnireL d<w{L KiL 



13LJ 

A nBK X3i^ nf Baciirr IhcsnnuK , onrvrc br S. fi. 

dnnRn Vr J. Ijbii&ksv xl 17^' 5 xn >^ f; in 'JidL. Bcr- 



vi«^, m uidiac mk. re ^ ^ ^,^, 

>^ J. Xjontan 5 xn V f in jot. BinelL 5«u6. 



by &. B i^naui. it ITS* iif* ji». x 7* in. 



A Ubted view of Hombush or HolmbuBli, in the parish of Deed- 
ing; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOj in, x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 6?.] 

Benficlds, in the parish of Hangleton. See Hangleton. 

A tinted north-west view of South Bersted Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7J- in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 

«3.] 

A tinted view of the new houses at Bognor Rocks, at South 
L Bersted ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790 : lOj in. x 
I 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. sr.] 

A tinted view of Sir Richard Hotham's house at Bognor Rocks^ 
in South Bersted ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOj in. 
X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. foK rs.] 

A tinted view of the Fox Inn, at Bognor Rocks ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in June, 1790: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 93.] 

A tinted view taken from the Fox Inn at Bognor Rocks, look- 
ing towards the Downs; dra\m by S. H. Grimm, in Juno, 
1790 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 9i.] 

A colored view of Aldwick Green, or Bognor Camp, in the 
parish of South Bersted, " where the first company of the 
Radnor (militia) lay"; drawn in June, 1795: 3 in. x Sj^ in. 

[ft 5LII. 31. l.} 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Berwick Church; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 7 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 73.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Bexhill Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert: 11 in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 34.] 

A colored view of the entrance front of Biguor Park ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 4 in. x 9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 

fol. 47.] 

A colored view of the back front of Bignor Park; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 4 in. x 9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 48.] 

A tinted north-east view of BilUnghurst Church; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1701 : lOj in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. 34.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Edward Goring, 
Esq., on the north wall of the chancel of Billinghurst 
Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 7j in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5678. fol. 29.] 



908 

KodenoD Home, ib iht psxidi of Wot Dbd. See Deasl 

A tinted rieir of KalrirmgUiTL takes finm &p svttd Ifiilia^ to 
Seaford ; dmm br S. H. GiimiiL in 17d$ : 1^ in. x 7|^ 
IJdd, BxDrelL 56fL {dL B£.] 

A Boodi-cBBi Tiev, IB Ttinim ixifc, of ^^^^r^'*pj "» CSnndu 
Seafimd ; dixim br J. LiBn^MA : 10 in. x ^ iiL {^Aid, Bar- 
relL 5^6- f aiL t^.] 

Axieir, in Infian inik, cf the rains of TnBiliiii|,tnn CSnpcl; 
dxEWB br J. lajsiben : ^ in. x S in. lAdd. BnncB, M77. 
foL 3hS\ 

Boards Held SDeet^in tbe pansh of BftthfrftiM, 



Bobnsfa, in the paiidi of Bftwfing. See 



A fonflKv^cBl Tiefr, in fudign iTiik. of BocEfaBni CSmrdb ; 

br J. Lnnbeit: 10| in. x S^ in. lAdd. Bbt^ 5676u 



A cdlored tontk^iivBl Tiew- of Bodflmn Omcii; Aana by 
& H. GiiiiiD: 10| in. X 7^ in. Idid. BbrD, d670. 
foL A.] 

A oolared ncath rieir of Bodiimi Castle ; taken in 1778, 
dncimiBlTdSlj^J.LdBBdiBn: l£7in. X l£l|in. { 



A colored rieir of tbemins ofBodibain CasLk. taibEB ^ma Ew- 
boEai Gimb; disnrB br S. H. Gnmrn, in ITBi: l^.ia. x 
7|]m. IjUiL BaariO, ioa loL n.] 



A oolaiad linr cf die inside cf tbe nnns cf BodBiaBi Casde; 
iaw^hw J^Ijmhaiz llSin.x l£2in. [JifaLBuidl, 

A CB i u w ai msv ef dbe baibicaB and nandi side cf it#fCk>» 
CttOe; iamm 19- & H. Gnma: If^ in. x 7^ in. [JAL 

MM.ftL&] 



at 
I7& H. Gaan^in ITSi: 10^ in. x 7iiB. [ 



A Oilanlwiref die ioiencr cf die west ade, vidi tbe north 
pftSyjef BafihiB Casde; drawn ly S. H. Gnann, is 17Si : 
li:«m.x Idiin. lJd£. Bim^ Wo. ioL d.] 

A «Im1 linr <if die iBterior of Bodiham Catdegaie; dnwn 
%&H.GiamB,m I78i: lOj in. xTlin, [JM. Bvnell, 



rcotored view of the interior of the east side of Bodiham 
Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj 
in. [Add. Bunell, 5670. fol. lO.] 

A colored view of the intcriar of the south-west haslion of 
Bodiham Castle ; drawu by S, H. Grimm, in ] 784 : lOj in. 
X 7i in. [Add. Buirell, 5670. fol, 6.] 

A colored view of the interior of Bodiham Castle Chapel ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 7.] 

A colored view of the interior of the ruins of the kitchen of 
Bodiham Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. 
X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5G78. fol. 6.] 

A tinted view of the north front of Bodiham Place ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
6670. fol. .v] 

Bognor Rocks and Bognor Camp, in the parish of South 
Bersted. See Bersted. 

Bonuveale's [BonviJle's ?] Place, at Horsham, See Uoic- 



Bolebroke, in the parish of Hartfield. See Hartfield, 

A tinted south-west view of liiilney Church ; by S. 11. Grimm ; 
10^- in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. as.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Bolney Place; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in I7S7: 10^ in. x 7 J in. [.^(W. Burroll, 5672. 
fol. 35.] 

t Borzell, in the parish of Ticehurst. See Ticehurst. 

I A tinted north-east view of the vicarage house (formerly the 
college) and church of Bosham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1782: lOHn- X 7^ 'n. [^iW. Burrell, 5lJ75. fol. 4?.] 

I A tinted view of the north side of the vicarage at Bosham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 10^^ in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. w.] 

L A tinted view of the interior of the crypt in Bosham Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. foh «.] 

I Prawing, in Indian ink, of a monument under an arched re- 
cess on the east side of the south entrance of Bosham 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 7i in. x 5j in. [.Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 4S.] 

I VOL. II, E X 



210 SUSSEX. 

DrawiDg, in Indian ink, of a monument on the north waB of 
the chancel of Bosham Chorch ; by S. H. Grrimm, in 1782 : 
8^ in. X 5^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. foL 45.] 

Tinted drawings of scmie of the carved figures on the seals in 
the chancd of Bosham Church ; br S. H. Grimm : 7 in. x 
4^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 46.'] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured colossal head, dog ijq> 
in Bosham Churdi-jard ; by S. H. Grimm : 4 in. x S|^ in. 
[Add. Burrdl, 5675. fol. 46.] 

East Bourne. See SouTHsmii Coast op Engiakd, in toL L 
p. 93. 

A colored general view of East Bourne and the adjacent coontij 
as ftr as Hastings, taken from the hill on the north-west of 
East Bourne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17S5 : 1 £. S in. x 
IC^ in. [Add. BuiTell,'5671. (6L 76.] 

A tinted general riew of East Boome, taken firom the Ticar*s 
miU ; drawn bj S. H. Grimm : 10| in. x 7| in. [Add. 
Burrcll, 5671. fbL r^.] 

A tinted general riew of East Bourne and Wilfington HiDs^ 
taken from the fields between East and Sooth Bourne; 
drawn bj S. H. Grimm: 10| in. x 7^ in. [Add. BarreD, 
567S. M. Id.] 

A tinted Tiew of the north front of Bourne Place, now called 
Compton Place, at East Bourne ; drawn by S. H. Grimaa, in 
17S3: 10| in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrdl, 5671. foL it.] 

A tinted Tiew of the soudi front of Boome Place; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7} in. [Add. Bunefl, 5671. 

A Tiew, in Imfian ink» of Bourne Ptace^ at East Bourne ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. BurreD, 567$. 

foL ».] 

A tinted Tiew of part of Lord Geoqc^ Carenifish^s garden and 
impioyements at Bourne Place ; drawn bj S. H. Grimm, in 
17S5 : 10} in. X 7} in. lAdd. Burrell, 567L foL 75.1 

A timed TJew of the seat upon the Downs at Bourne Place ; 
amww bjr Sw H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. BurrelL 
5*71. foL «k] 

A coloied soutb-west view of the hocn^e cf Stephen Loshii^toii, 
Es^ at East Bourne [afterwards belonging to IH&Ties Gil- 
bett> Es<|.] ; drawn bT S. H. Grimm, in 17S4: 10^ in. x 7} 
in. [Add. BumrU. ^ I . tcl. -?. ^ 



d view of Uie soulli front of Mr. Thomas's house at 
South Bourne ; drawn by S, H. Grirani, in 1784 : lOJ in, x 
74 in. [Add. BuiTell, 6671. fol. th.] 

A tinted view of the sea-side houses at East Bourne, taken from 
the beach ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOf in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5678.] 

A colored view of the sea houses, taken from the edge of the 
cliff at Bourne; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOJ in. 
X 7A in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 74.] 

A tinted view of the back front of the sea houses at Boume, 
taken from the Round House ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1785: lOi in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, &67i. fol. 75.] 

A tinted view of the Round House at Boume, and the house at 
the Wish ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. X 7J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 7;t.] 

A tinted view of Mr. Rogers's bouse, near the sea houses, at 
Boume; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOj in. x 7 J in. 
[Add. Bun-ell, 5671. fol. 74.] 

A tinted view of the hotel at the sea houses, Boume, taken 
from the beach ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in, 
lAdd. Burrell. 5671. fol. 7-J.] 

A colored view of Beachey Head, in the parish of East Bourne, 
taken from near the base j by J. Lambert, in 1782 : I f, 2 in. 
X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 6b.] 

A colored view of the south front of Boxgrove Priory Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : I f. 3 in. x 10^ in. lAdd. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. fifi.] 

A colored north-west view of the refectory at Boxgrove, and of 
Boxgrove Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f 3 
in. X lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. se.] 

A colored north-east view of the refectory at Boxgroie, and of 
part of the church; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f 
3 in. X lOj in. [Add. 5675. fol. B.i.] 

A colored east view of Boxgrove Priory Church, and of the re- 
fectory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in, x lOj- in, 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. as.] 

A colored view of the inside of the refectory at Boxgrove; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu 1781 ; 10^ in. X 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 87,] 

E B ■2 



212 SUSSEX. 

A colored view of the interior of the refectory of Boxgrove 
Priory : 6^ in. x 4^ in. [^ XLii. 39. «. c] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of Boxgrove Church, look- 
ing east ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f . 
[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. si.J 

A colored view of the ruins of the nave of Boxgrove Priory 
Church, taken from the church-yard; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1781: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 84.] 

A colored drawing of the figure of St. Blaise, on painted glass, 
in the north aisle of Boxgrove Priory Church; by S. H. 
Grimm : 5 in. x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5764. fol. 16.] 

A colored view of the north front of the Lawarre [De La Warr] 
monument, or burial chapel, in the chancel of Boxgrove 
Church.; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 
1 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 78.] 

A colored view of the south side of the Lawarre monument in 
Boxgrove Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 10 in. 
x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 80.] 

Colored drawings of the east and west ends of the Lawarre 
monument in Boxgrove Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 
each 9 in. X 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 79.] 

A colored drawing of the interior of the Lawarre monument in 
Boxgrove Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : lOj in. x 
5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 79.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Wm. Morley, 
K.B., in Boxgrove Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 3} in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 76.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Mary, Countess of 
Derby, in Boxgrove Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 
5^ in. [Add, Burrell, 5675. fol. 76,] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of five monuments in Boxgrove 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5675. fol. 77.] 

A colored view of the south-west front of Halnaker, near 
Chichester, in the parish of Boxgrove; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 75.] 

A colored view of the inner court of Halnaker, formerly the 
seat of Sir William Moriey, K.B. ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1781 : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 7*.] 



SUSSEX. 21.1 

Drawing, in IndisiD ink, of ancient carved wainscot in Halnaker 

Great Hall ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : I f. 3 in. x lOj in. 

lAdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. 7.i.] 
Colored drawings of a curious tile found at Halnaker; and of 

a brick and tile in the hearth of the Long Gallery ; by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1780: 11 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 77.] . 

A tinted view of the east front of Goodwood House, the seat of 
the Duke of Richmond, in the parish of Boxgrove; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 6675. 
fol. 6B.] 

A tinted view of the pheasantry at Goodwood Park ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 67.] 

A tinted view of Carney Seat in Goodwood Park; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^ in. (Add. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 67.] 

A tinted view of Crocker Hill House, near Boxgrove, belong- 
ing to the Earl of Wintcrton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1791 : lOj^ in. X 7j in. [Add. BurreU, 5678. fol. si.] 

Brambletye House, in the parish of East Grinstead. See 
Grinstead, 

A general view, in Indian ink, of Bramber Castle and the sur- 
rounding country, taken from Steyning Hill ; drawn by J, 
Lambert, in 1782 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 61.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bramber Church and Castle, 
with Seeding Church in the distance; drawn by J. Lam- 
bert, in 1782: 1 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 60.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Bramber Castle ; drawn 
by J, Lambert, in 1782 : 1 f. x 9J in. ; with a colored copy 
of the same view. [Add. Burrell, 5677. ff. sb, 59.] 

A tinted distant view of Bramber Castle ruins ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm, in 1788 : lOi^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 

fol. -H.] 
View, in pen and ink, of Bramber Castle; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6735. fol. aj.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Brede Church; drawn 

by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. BurreU, 5676. 

- 14.] 



tu 



Aafbani *mm n£ mm fwwfi liuac fs£ 

£. H. Gdmnu is 17^: Ifl^ bu v 7f in. 
iW- aiL Jt" 



C^tyfawgrf ^fiwriig* #ir tfcrag caap^ /ir aoiB iir C&s OHL wmiiiMr «if 

BdqkspsiL m. ens oiexid. <tf ^^iitunnL- 9 



A '^"^'^ 9UBlb-CBiC VlfilP <K lllllpilUll^ ■!■■■■ ■■» - AaiPK 6v !^ 

H. GdmH. m nSftr 10^ in. x 7^ in. 



paiii£ ^ <nsDRi. &w S^* Hp> Guibui*. m XT9<4 r Itf^ ol. x Tj- 
BnzDeilr offTIL fiiL du.1 



m. tfae paExab of Bcqg&tfin^;^ (&EEDPn bj & H. 



drawn bir J. Lsniiezt: lOi^ in. x ^^ in. I^ii^it^ 



m. pen. ami niMr OE tne gzmt emit wmaow ot 
^ime CTinrnft i daw u b'w tfae Ber. Thomas^ Kprnrft • tf in. x 
4 in» r^^^UL ^54^ &L iot.] 

A diawing^ in pencS^of tbe Koipcnceti rrmiiar finl in Bki|gb> 
hrinwtnne Clnncb ; by J. Lambeit: II in* x 10 in. "^ lifrf 

A<faawing^in pencil^ ci£ die acn^tnne on Bri|gfktfirfnigtDne Foot, 
on a scale of two imriies to a fiwt ; bw J. Lambeit: I £ ^ in. 

X I £ 3 in. rjdd. Boziell^ 5077. &L x.J 

A tzntied view a£ tbe east ftont of the PriiKe of Wales's Marine 
FaviGDn,. at Bnghtliefimitpuey taken widlfit boilffin^ ; drawn 
bj §. H. Gkinnn : 10^ in. x 7^ in. Z^^i^ BoirelL XI^ 

fbL ir.] 

A tnded Tiew of tixe Prince of Wales^s Farilion at Bri^tt- 
he h nstone, taken finom the Stejne ; drawn by S. H. ^^^^^*"— »^ 
in June, 1790: lOi in. x TJ in. IJdd.' BurrelL 5«7^ 

toL 16»] 



A liDted view of Uie west froot of the Prince of Wales's Marine 
Pavilion, Bnghthelmstooe; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 17.] 

A colored view «f the east front of Mr. Gerard Hamilton's 
house on the Steyne at Brighlhelmstone ; drawn, in 1787, 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. 

fol. 18.] 

A tinted view of Mr. Hamilton's house on the Steyne at 
Brighthehnstone ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOj in. 
X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. ir.] 

Broad, in the parish of UelHngly. See Helunglv. 

A colored view of the remains of Broadhurst House, taken 
from the field on the east ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : 
lOj in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. loa.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Broadhurst Great Water, taken from 
the road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol, ion.] 

A south-west view, in Indian iok, of Broadwater Church; 
drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. 1 in. x 10^ in. [Jdd. Burrell, 
5677. fol. 6B.] 

A tinted view of Broadwater Church, taken from the south-west 
comer of the church-yard ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : 
1 f. 3 in. X 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. so.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two arches in Broadwater Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : 7 in. x 6 in., and lOj in. x 8J 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. M.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Thomas(?) Lord 
Lawarre, (who died in 1554?) in the nave of Broadwater 
Church; by S. H.Grimm, iu 1780: 6 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. 61.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Thomas, Lord 
Lawarre, (who died in 1526,) on the north side of the chancel 
of Broadwater Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: lOj in. 
X 8J- in. [Add. Bunell, 5673. fol. ui.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the east front of Offington, in the 
parish of Broadwater ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 
X 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. <io.} 
I A tinted view of the ancient inlrenchment called " Ciasbury 
Camp," in the parish of Broadwater, and the adjacent coun- 
try, taken from the north-west side of Findon village ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [Add. But- 
leU, 5672. fol. aa.] 



31« 

Bwqrfe RafcCfc; ia the paroh of Brigfr- See 
B«cU«m Tort, m die pariifc cf WiAjftaoB. 



•iki-* 1 ■» 



Bmrkm^^kam^ m the ]nnsh of Ml 9ackai. See Siiou 



anpd, iB tiie innfc of Aahb^^oA. See 



Boriow Caalfc^ in the panA of AJiag l Mn , See AKEJDBCTOBr. 



A tinted north e«<t riev of Bmphm Chmeh; dhn.n by S. 
H. Griflun, in 17^: lOJ in. x 7i in. [JAL Bam]l,i«74. 
foLiS.: 



A tinted riev of BnrphaM Flnce ; diavii bj S. H. GiiHB, 
in 17«9: 1<^ in. x 7^ in. [J^UL Bondl, 5674. jfaL ssl} 



A tinted Yiev of the ndoit itttrenchMnt cnlkd "» 

Camp*; dniwB bj S. H. Giinaa, in 17M : 10} in. x 7| in. 
[ JdUL BnneD, 5674. JbL ;SEf.] 

A tinted dnwing of the BomnMnt of ... . Goring^ on the 
north side of BatoD Chmch : bj S. H. Gram, in I7B0 : 

9 in. X ^ in. [AM. BandO* 5674. foL 3i.] 

A tinted dmring of the monmneiit of ... . Goring l^s^i., on 
the sooth side crf^Burton Chnrch ; bj S« H. Grimm, in 1790 : 
1 f. S in. X 10^ in. [AM. ButkH, 5674. foL 30l] 

A tinted drawing of the monmnent of a girl, oo the sooth side 
of the chancel of BmtoD Chnrch; bj S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 
9 in. X 6 in. [Add, Barrel], 5674. foL 3u] 

A tinted riew of the east finmt of Barton Hoose, the pioperty 
of ... . Bidda]ph, Esq.; drawn bj S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 
1 £ ^ in. X 7i in. [Add. Bandl, 5674. foL ^1 



Eleration, in Indian ink, of the doorwar of the west court of 
Barton Hoose; drawn bj S. H. Grimm: 10 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. Barren, 5674. fol. 49.] 

A colored soolh-east riew of Barwash Chorch ; drawn hj S. 
H. Grimm, in 1784: 10} in. x 7| in. [Add. Barrell, 5670. 

fol. dS.] 

A tinted sooth-west riew of Burr Chorch ; drawn bv S. H. 
Grimm: 10| in. x 7} in. [Add. BurrelK 5674. foLic] 



Butler's Green, in the parish of Cuckfield. See Cdckfield. 

A liiiteci south-west view of Buxted Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. lOO.] 

A nonh-weBt view, in Indian ink, of Buxted Church; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777: 10^ in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 
3676. fol. 96.] 

A colored view of the east front of Buxted Place ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. X lOj in. IJdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

10--] 

A tinted view of the west front of Buxted Place, taken in 1785 ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 101.] 

A tinted north-west view of Hyndhall House, in the parish of 
Buxted ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. io7.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of an ancient entrance on the east side 
of Hyndhall House, in the parish of Buxted ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 8i in. x 6j in. [Add. Burrell, 3671. fol. 107.] 

A tinted view of the north front of Mr. Olive's house in Buxted 
parish; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add, 
Burrell, 5671. fol. loi.] 

A tinted north-east view of " ihe Hog House, in Buxted, so 

called from its being built by Hoge, who firat cast 

cannon in Sussex"; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j 
in. [Add. Buneli, 3671. fol. i04.] 

A tinted east view of the range of Vineyard Rocks, in the parish 
of Buxted, taken in 1785 ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. 
X 7l in. [Add. Burrell, 5(i7I. fol. loe,] 

A tinted view of the outside of the Vineyard Rock, in Buxted 
parish, taken in 1783 ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10}- in. x 
7J- in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. lo.i.] 

A tinted view of the inside of the Vineyard Hock, in Buxted 
parish, taken in 1785; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 
7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. io5.] 

Calceto Priory, in the parish of Lytninster. See Lvminstkr. 

Carter's Comer, in the parish of Warbleton. See Wakble- 



A soulli-easl view, in Indian ink, of Catlesfield Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : B in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. n.] 



A tinted south view of Catteslield Churcli, with )>art of Mr. 

Markwick's house; drawn hy S. H. Grimni, in 1783: lOj 

in. X 7f in. [Add. Buirell, 5G70. fol. 33.] 
A tinted view of Chailey Village and Church, taken from the 

turnpike; drawn by J, Lambert: 9 in. x 7j in. [Jdd. Bur- 

rell, 6677. fol. 53.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Chailey Church ; drawn by 

J. Lambert: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. lAdd. Burrell, 5677. fol. si.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the west front of Eades, in the parish 

of Chailey; drawn by J. Lambert: 11^ in. x 9^ in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5677. fol. S6.] 
A tinted north-east view of Hooke, " Mr. Poole's," in the parish 

of Chailey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j- in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5671. fol. «.] 

A north-cast view, in Indian ink, of Chalviugton Church ; 

drawn by J. Lambert: lOj in. x 8j in. lAdd. Burrell, 

5676. fol. w.] 
"Plan de Chichester," being a colored plan, shewing the walls 

and churches ; drawn about 1650, by a French artist : 1 f. 9 

in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. t.] 
A colored south-west view of Chichester Cathedral ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm: 1 f 3 in. x 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 

63.] 

A colored south-east view of Chichester Cathedral ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f, 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 

64.] 

A colored view of the west end of Chichester Cathedral ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : I f. 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. 65.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the hell tower of Chichesler Cathe- 
dral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790: lOj in. x 7j 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 5!.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the nave of Chichester 
Cathedral, looking east ; drawn by S. II. Grimm, in 1781: 
1 f. Sin. X 1 f. 2 in. [Add. BuiTell, 5675. fol. 6s.} 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the nave of Chichester Cathe- 
dral; drawn by the Itev. Thomas Kerrich: 7j in, x 6 in. 
[Add. 6742. fol. 31.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a door in the south cloister of Chi- 
chester Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 10 in. X 5j 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. gi.] 



I 



SkelcheG, in pen and in]i, of two of the entrance porclies of 

Chichester Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. u, 14.] 
Sketches, in peD and ink, with notes, of details of Chichester 

Cathedral; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 

6768. pp. mr.-iw.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of St. Mary's monument, al the east 
end of ihe south transept of Chichester Cathedra! ; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1781: 8 in. x 5i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. 58.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Ralph, Bishop of 
Chichester, (who died in 1125,) at the north side of the en- 
trance into the Lady Chapel at Chichester ; by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1781 : 10^ in. x 4 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 55.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of St. Richard, Bishop 
of Chichester, {who died in 1253,) in the south cross of Chi- 
chester Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : lOjin. x 9 in.: 
with a separate drawing of the figure, 7^ in. x 3 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 6o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of St. Richard, 
in the south cross of Chichester Cathedral ; by S. H. 
Grimm. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 457.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Langton, 
Bishop of Chichester, (who died in 1337,) at the east end of 
the south cross wall in Chich«ster Cathedral; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1781 : 8^ in. x 7^ in. : with a separate draw- 
ing of the figure, 8J- in. x ^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. 59.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Robert Sherborne, 
Bishop of Chichester, (who died in 1536,) on the south side 
of the south aisle of Chichester Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1781: 7 in. x 7 in.: with a separate drawing of the 
figure, 6i in. x 2j in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 56,] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument of one of the Earls of 
Arundel, of the Fitzalan fauily, iemp. Edw. III., and of his 
countess, in the north transept of Chichester Cathedral ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 10 in. x 4^ in. : with separate draw- 
ings of the figures, each 9 in. x 3j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. .58.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an unknoH-n monument in Chiches- 
ter Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 8 in. x 6f in. 
[Add. Biurell, 5675. fol. 59.] 

F F 2 




'220 * SC9SKX. 

Drawing in TTi<tt«Ti ink^ of two moiniiiiexits cm the south sKcle 
of tl» sonlh ai^ of Clnchealer Cathedral; hf S^ H. 
Grnxmii: 6 in. x 3 iii^ and 7 in. x 7 in. [JdiL HmrciL 
S67a. ^L jr.] 

Dnwhigy in Indian ink^ of an aitar nMimimwil aa the emt aide 
oi the sooth cross of Chichester Cathecind; br 9^ H. 
in I78I: 7 in. x d^ ^^ IJiU. Bmreil^ 5675. ioL j6. 

Dnamin^ in Indian ink^ of an onknown 
samh side of the si»ict,»in sanetnmm in 
dral ; br S» H. Grfimm : IQ in. x 4 in. iJekL Bnrefl^ 

Diawin^ in Infianink^ of an ancirnt momnnent be&bi 

bi^ ailar in Chichester Cathrriral ; br 9» H* GbmBna, im 
17^: %in. X din. [Jiid. Haneil^ JBTSL toL aa.I 

QraBRrm^ in lodnaniniE^ of x inamnaeBt in an ancisd. leeeae itL 
the «Btmncs into the Ladb' Chaipci in CUchesterCatiiBdmL; 
by 5l H. Ciii—j hi 1781: I0| in. x « in. rjrfiL BvEreO. 

ITS. fid. ja.J 

mr iii the aonth sde of tise Biahop's Ejimm afc Chi- 
; dmra by :^ H. GrimiB^ in I78&: I0|^ in. x 7^ in» 

A colored rtor ai the ^atefiay of the Bishops Fahve al CM^ 
Chester: innni by S;. H. Grfimin. in 178^: 10^ rn. x Ti^ in. 
^JakL Bmrefl. -WnL tiiL a.T 

A view^. in ImSan inic at die Bishop's^ ChzpeL C IiiiJwLste r: 
iinam by S. EL Gnmna^ in. Xtmev I7M: lU^ in> x 7^ in. 
Bicnc^ STSL roL 33.^ 



A view; in Imiim ink. jf die itaanu^j- ^ate» CMchestBr: ctnsira 
by :i. H. \iamm. in I7Si : LU^ bu x 7|^ in. \kkL BmreiL 
!Ai75. thL ^e.T 

A anted rre^ n thtt cfoadxan^ at dK ^itar^ Coik^ ar Chi- 
duster: immi by :k H. iifinHn. oa 179^: Ii>^ in. x 7% iji. 

tTS. noL ::d^^ 



A :»ioiM amth iiiar ^rne?v^ at die T^iwn SaeL or Friezy^ jc Chi- 
canter: innm '^ S. S. GraHn. jdl IT^L : l(% m. x 7^ in». 

rTS. liiL .1.? 



A ctitmred ^ nv m m due 3wr iottt at die Shcry CbaaMft* amr 
j»^ die rown SJEiiL ja Chichnecer: ionura 'ix <■, S. 'imnnu ba 
ITM 11% :n. ^ ^'i^ n* i*uL 3urraL HiT^. iiL h.]^ 

Vn ^ntensai -rrw. *n imrai *nk^ »t dw To^a BtaiL ar Faery, it: 

C*lic' .-!««r- iTix>rrt '>v S H. vTrtwuu n *7^l I \ 1 n. '* 



Chiddiugly Church ; 
[Add. Burrell, 5076. 



I 



Drawing, in Indian ink, of a door in the north cloister of the 
Frier)-,CMcheater; byS. H.Grinm),in 1781; Sj in, x Si^ia. 
[Jdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. 61.] 

A colored view of the north side of SL Mary's Hospital, Chi- 
Chester; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : lOj- in. x 7^ in. 
[Jdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. **.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the chapel of St. Mary's 
Hospital, Chichester, looking east; drawn by S. H. Gritnin; 
lOi in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. A').] 

A colored view of the north-east side of the west gale at Chiches- 
ter; drawn by S. H. Grinmi, in 1782: 7^ in. x 5j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 54.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a Norman arch in Mr. Metcalfe's 
house, Chichester ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 10}- in. x 7^ 
in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. 9t.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Chidding [?] Abbey gateway, and 
ruins ; drawn by J. Lambert: I f. 1 in. x 9 in. [Add^ Bur- 
rell, 5676. fol. 59.] 

A novlh-west view, in Indian ink, 
drawn by J. Lambert ; 5 in. x 4 in. 

fol. BO.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Chiddingly Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783 : lOj in. x 8 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5076. fol. 56.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Chiddingly Place, north and south 
fronts; drawn by J. Lambert: each 8 in. X 6j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. 58.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Chiddingly Place ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol. «.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the great hall of Chiddingly Place ; 

drawn by S.H.Grimm,in 1783: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. 

Burrell, 3671. fol. i^.] 

Colored drawings of arms and sculptured ornaments at Chid- 
dingly Place; drawn by S. II, Grimm: loj in. x 7^ in. 
[Jdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 41.] 

Chilgrove House, in the parish of West Dean. See Dean. 

A south-east view,in Indian ink,of Chiltington Chapel; drawn 
bv J. Lambert, in 1777 : 8 in. x Q in. [Add. Biimll, 5677. 

fol. 50.] 



2S2 SUSSEX. 

A Imted view of Chiltington Chapel House; drawn by 8. H, 

Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. is.] 
A tinted view of the north front of Stantons, in the parish of 

East Chiltington ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7} in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 19.] 
A tinted south-east view of Chithurst Church ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1791 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

fol. 3.] 
A tinted view of Chithurst Place ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 

1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 3,] 
Chillingly Wood, in the pariah of West Hoathly. See 

HOATHLY. 

Cissbury Camp, in the parish of Broadwater. See Bro&[>- 

WATEB. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Clapham Church ; drawn 
by J. I-ambert : iJ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5C77. fol. 73.] 

A tinted south view of Clapham Church; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 1.] 

A tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John Shel- 
ley, (who died in 14 . .,) and his wife Elizabeth Michclgrove, 
in the centre of the chancel of Clapham Church; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : 8j in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 

fol. 2.] 

A tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John Shel- 
ley, Esq., (who died in 1550,) and his wife Mary, daughter 
of Sir William FilKwilliams, Knt, in the south wall nf the 
chancel of Clapham Church : 5^ in. x 5j in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 6674. fol. s.] 

A tinted drawing of the monument of Sir William Shelley, one 
of the judges of the Common Pleas, (who died in 1 6 . .,) and 
his wife Alice Belknap, in the north wall of tlie chancel of 
Clapham Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: 7 in. x 
6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5G74, fol. 3.] 

A Unted drawing of ihe sepulchral brass effigies of John Shel- 
ley, Esq., (who died in 15 . .,) and his wife Elinor Lovel, in 
ihe souUi wall of the chancel of Clapham Church : 5^ in. x 
4 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 3.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument, without inscription, 
on the north wall of the chancel of Clapham Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1789: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
3674. fol. 3.] 



SUSSEX. 223 

nSnth-east view, in Indian ink, of Michelgrove, in the parish 
of Clapham, " the seat of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Shetley, 
Bart.," now destroyed ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783: 1 f. 
X 9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 7a.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Michelgrove, in the parish 
of Clapham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: lOJ in. x 
74 m. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 1.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Clayton Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 3677. 

fol. 48.] 

A tinted east view of Hammond's Place, in the parish of Clay- 
ton, built in 1 586 ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 10 j^ in. X 7^ in. 
[Jdd. Burrell, 5672. fol. 33.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the east door of Hammond's Place, 
in the parish of Clayton; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. x 
3^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 33.] 

A south view, in Indian inlc, of Cliff Church ; drawn by J. 
Lambert, in 1778: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 88.] 

A tinted sonth view of Climping Church, " with the curious 
Saxon tower" ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 10 j^ in. X 
7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 36.] 

Drawing of the octagonal stone font in Climping Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm: 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 36.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Colkham Tower; dran-n by S. H, 
Grimm, 31 May, 1790: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 69.] 

A tinted north view of Compton Church; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1791 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

fol. 15.] 

Compton Place, in the parish of East Bourne. See Bourkb, 
Conybury, in the parish of Barcombe. See Barcombe. 
Coombe, in the parish of Hamsey. See Hamsev. 
Copwood, in the pariah of Uckfield, See Ucefield. 
Corsica Hall, in the parish of Ringmer. See Kingmer. 
Cowdray House, in the parish of Eascboiune. See Ease- 



S34 8 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Cowfold Cburcb ; drann 
by J. Lambert : lOj^ in. x 8j in. [Add. 5077. fol. 65.] 

A timed Bouth-etist view of Cowfold Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grinjni, in 1788 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 

fol. 3.] 

A tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of Thomas 
Nelond, in the north aisle of Cowfold Chiurcli ; by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. Un. x 9i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. «.] 

A tinted south-east view of Otiendean House, in the parish of 
Cowfold; drawnbyS. H. Grimm, in 1788: 10iin.x7jin. 
[Jdd. Bnrrell, 5673. fol. s.] 

Crabbets, in the parish of Worth. See Worth. 

Cralle, in the parish of Warbleton. See Waebleton, 

A tinted north-east view of Crawley Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj- b. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 3d.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the figures on tlie west side of the 
steeple of Crawley Church ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 6 in, 
X ^^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. M.] 

Crocker Hill House, near Bosgrove. See Boxgrove. 
Crowborow, in tlie parish of Rotherfield. See Rotuerpibli 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Crowhurst Church ; drawn 



in. 

4 






by J. Lambert: 10^ in. x 6^ in 

«.] 



[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 



An east view, in Indian ink, of the ruins near Crowhurst 

Churchi drawn by J. Lambert: U in. x 7j in. [Add. 

Bmrell, 6676. fol. r^.] 
A west view, in Indian ink, of the ruins near Crowhurst Church ; 

drawn by J. Lambert : 11 in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 15.] 
A tinted view of Crowhurst Place, "John Pelham's, Esq."; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 

BurreU, 5870. fol. ss.] 
Crowling, in the parish of Friston. See Friston, 
A tinted view of CuckEeld town, " taken from the walk whici 

leads to Cuckfield Place"; drawn in 1780, by S. H. Gri 

1 f. 3 in. X lOi^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. as.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Cuck&eld ■ 
by J. Lambert : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [Ad 
56.] 



^dian inli, of the moiiument of Walter Burrell, 
Esq., A.D. 1628, in the south aisle of Cuckfield Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm: 8 in. x 6 in, [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. ai.] 

Drawing, in Indian int, of the monument of Ninion Burrell, 
Esq., and Jane his wife, a.o. IS65, in the south aisle of 
Cuckfield Church; by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. x 4^ in. lAdd. 
Burrell, 5672. fol. 3i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Charles Sergison, 
Esq., 1732, in the chancel of Cuckfield Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1782: 11 in. x 5j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. 31.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Cuckfield Place, the property 
of Michael Warden Sergison, Esq. ; drawn by S, H, Grimm : 
1 f. 3 in. X lOJ in. [Add. Biurell, 5672. fol. 3^.] 

A tinted view of Mr. Clutton's house, at Cuckfield; drawn in 
1787, by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. Si.] 

A tinted east view of Butler's Green, in the parish of Cuckfield ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 10^ in. x 7j in. Iddd. 
Burrell, 5672. fol. 35.] 

A colored plan of Hill House Farm, in the parish of Cuckfield ; 
drawn by R. H. Jago: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [Add. 12,555. a.} 

A plan of Hill House Faim, in the paiish of Cuckfield : 1 f 8 
in. X 1 f. : with an outline of the same, 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. ; 
and a tinted lithographic plan of the same, 1 f. 2 in. x 10 
in, [Add. 12,556. *, c. d.] 

A tinted soulh-east view of Hill House, in the parish of Cuck- 
field, with a distant view of the high beeches, taken fmm the 
Well Mead ; 1 f. x 7 in. [Add. 1 2,555. e.] 

A tinted view of the entrance lodge to Hill House, in the parish 
of Cuckfield : 1 f. x 9 in. [Add. 12,555. /] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Dallington Church; drawn 
1 by J. Lambert: 1 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
L fol. «.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the " confessional," beiug two stone 
stalls and a piscina, at Dallington Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
7i in. X 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 66.] 

wing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font at Dalling- 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 7^^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. Bur- 
i70. fol. «. 



Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in the cliancel < 

lington Ctiurch : by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. x fi^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 66.J 

A colored west view of Herrings, in tlie parifih of Dallington, 
belouging to Robert Raodall, Esq. ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, 
in 1784 : lOj- in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5670, fol. 67.] 

Danny, in the parish of Herstperpoint. See H erstperpoint. 

Datsham, or Dedisham, in the parish of Slinfold- See Slin- 

FOLD. 

A colored view of East Dean Church, " with Mr. Dlpperay's 
house, taken from the hill on the east side of the village;" 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. [Jdd. Burrell, 
6671. fol. 79.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of East Dean Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 9^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5f!76. 
fol. 75.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
East Dean Church r 7 in. x 6 in. [^ XLii. 4i.] 

A tinted view of West Dean, taken from the hill leadmg to 
Excete Bridge; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: 10 J in. x 
7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. bo.] 

A north-west view of West Deau Church ; drawn in 1780, by 
J. Lambert : 9^ in. x tij in. \_Add. liurrclt, 5676. fol. to.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Richard 
Lewkenor, Chief Justice of Chester, on the north side of the 
chancel of West Dean Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 10 in. x 
6J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. ,M.] 

A tinted view of the east front of West Dean House, " the seat 
of Sir James Peachey, Bart.;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1781 : t f. 3 in. X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 33.J 

A tinted view of the east front of Binderton House, in the pa- 
rish of West Dean; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x Tj 
in. [Aiid. Burrell, 5675. fol. 34.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Chilgrove House, in the pa- 
rish of West Dean ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i 
in. lAdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. 33.] 

Dedisham, or Datsham, id the parish of Slinfold. Sco Su.v- 
FOLD. 

Denn Place, in the parish of Horsham. See Horsham. 

DcRBWorth, in the parish of Fi See Fusi 



SUSSEX. 227 

A north view. Id Indian ink, of Denton Churcli : 10 in. X 6 in. 

[* XLll. 42.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Parsonage at Denton ; 

drawn ia 178-2, b; J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7 iu. \_Add. Bar- 

rell, 5676. fol. ra.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the back of the ruius of the Parsonage 

I at Denton ; drawn by J. Lambert, iu Dec. 1767 : 9 in. x 7 

I in. [Add. Biirrell, 5676. fol. 7a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ditcheliug Church ; drawn 

in 1777, by J. Lambert: Oj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 5677. fol. 

49.] 

A tinted north view of " DatehUng," or Ditcheling Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : lOJ in. X 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5672. fol. iv.] 
IfDreuswick, in the parisli of Wisborough Green. See Wisbo- 
I ROUGH Green. 

' Drungwick, in the parish of Wisborough Green. See Wisuo- 
RooGH Green. 
" Dudeny's Chapel," at Hastings. See Hastings. 
Durford Priory, in the parish of Ilogate. See Rocate. 
View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Durringlon Chapel ; 
drawn in 1778, by J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 5677. 

fol. t^9.] 

Eades, in the parish of Chailey. See Csailey. 
A tinted view of the west front of Easebourae Priory and 
Church, taken from the south-west corner of llie garden ; 
drawn by S. II. Grimm, in 1780; 1 f. X 9i in. [Add. Bur- 
I rell, 5675. fol. 7.] 

■ A tinted view of the east front of Easeboume Priory; drawn 
E- by S. H. Grimm, in 1760: 1 f . x 9 in. lAdd. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. T.] 
A tinted view of the south side of Eascbounie Priory Chapel ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17S0: J f. x 9 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5675. fol. 8.] 
Atinted view of the inside of Easeboume Priory Chapel ^ drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : 1 f. x 9 in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5075. 
fol. 8.] 
i tinted drawing of the north side of the monument of Anthony 
I Browne, Viscount MouUgue, [who died in 1592,} in Uie 
t chancel of Cowdray Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: I f. 
[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. m.] 



A tJDted drawing of the soutli side of Uie same monument ; by 
S. H.Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [Add. Burrell, 6676- 
fol. 19.] 

A colored general view of Cowdray House and Park, ia the pa- 
rish of Easebourne, taken from llie plautalion above the stile ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1786 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 8d.] 

Cowdray House was destroyed by fire in September, 1793. 

A colored south view of Cowdray, taken from the cottage ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. is.] 

A colored view of the cast front of Cowdray, " copied from 
Sherwin's drawing " ; by S. H. Grimw, in 1781 : 1 f. 7 in. X 
1 f. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. ii.] 

A cokoed north-west view of Cowdray ; by S. H. Grimtn, in 
1781: 1 £ 9 in. X 1 f. » in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. u.] 

A colored view of the west front of Cowdray; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1782 : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 9.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west gate of Cowdray ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in May, 1790: lOi in. x 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. lo.] 

A colored view of the west side of the great court of Cowdray ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 9 in. x I f, 3 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 6675. fol. 13.] 

A colored view of the " inside of the great court at Cowdrav, 

token from the arch of the great entrance ; " drawn by S, H. 

Grimm, in 1782 ; 1 f. 9 in. x I f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 6675. 

fol. IS.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the quadrangle of Cowdray House, 

1772 : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [* xlii. ij. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the inlerior of the chapel at Cowdray 
looking towards the altar; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1786 : 1 f 3 in. X 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. w.] 

A colored view of the inlerior of the great hall at Cowdray ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 1 f. 9 in. x I f. 3 in 
[Add. BurreU, 5675. fol. i4.] 

Elevation, in ludiaq iuk. of the door of the vestibule of the 
great hall at Cow " Grimm : 9 iu. x 7 in 

[Add. Burrell 



rawing, in Indian ink, of the ceiling of the vestibule of tbe 
1 great hall at Cowdray ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 11 in. x 
in. [Add. Buirell, 5675. fol. 15.] 

' A Gcclional drawing of the ceiling of the vestibule of the great 
hall at Cowdray; by S. H. Grimm! 1 f. 8 in. X lOj in. 
[Add. BurreU, 5675. fol. i6.] 

A tinted view of the interior of the kitchen at Cowdray ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1786 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [Add. Bur- 
reU, 5675. fol. 01,] 

A tinted view of Holiest, in the parish of Easeboume ; drawn 
by S. II. Grimm, in May, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675.] 

East Bourne. See Bocbne. 

East Chiltington. See Chiltinoton. 

East Dean. See Dsan. 

East Grinstead. See Geinstead. 

East Guildford. See Guildford. 

East Hoathly. See Hoathlv. 

East Lavant. See Lavant. 

East Mascail, in the parish of Lindfield. See Lindfield. 

Eatons, in the parish of Ashurst. See Ashdbst. 

Echingfaam. See Etchingham. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Edburton Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 10^ in. x 7^^ in. [Add. Bmtell, 6677. fol. 

Plan, in pen and ink, with meaEurements, of Elstead Church ; 

t drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6738. 
fol. 118.] 
En- 
"i 



Mdge, in the parish of Frant. See Fbant. 

Erringham Chapel and House, in the parish of Old Shoreham. 
See Shokeham. 

jl A tinted south-east view of Etchingham Church ; drawn by S, 
II. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7| in. lAdd. Burrell, 5670. 
fol. 60.] 



Four colored drawings of the stained glass windows in the 
chancel of Etchingham Church; Ly S. H. Grimm: each 9j 
" ■ 1. [Add. Burrell, 5670. ff. 6i, 6j.] 



Drawing, in Indian ink, of the "confessional," being three 
stone stalls and a piscina, in the south wall of the chancel of 
Etchingham Church ; by S. H. Griming in 1784 : lOi in. x 
7J in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5070. fol. 6o.] 

Outline drawings of the sepulchral brass effigies of Sir William 
Echingham, (who died in 1412,) of his wife Joan, and of Sir 
Thomas Echingham, in the centre of tlie chancel of Etch- 
ingham Church ; by S, H. Grimm : 1 f. 2 in. X 9 in. [Add. 
Bun-ell, 5670. fol. 53.] 

A tinted view of tlic nonh front of Haremare, in the parish of 
Etchingham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10^ in. x 
7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 63.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Shoyswell, in the parish of 
Etchingham; drawn by S. H. Gnmm, in 1784: lOj in. x 
7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 3.] 

A tinted north-east view of Ewhurat Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. x 7^^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 

IS.] 

A tinted north-east view of Ewhurst Place ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1782 : 101 'i- x ^i in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 

1*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the gateway at Ewhurst, near Sbcrman- 
buiy; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783 : 9 in. x 7 J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5677. fol. 6S.] 

Faircrouch, in the parish of Wadhurst. See Waduurst. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Fairlight Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : lOJ in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 

87.] 



A north-west view, in 
by J. Lambert ; 7 in 



Indian ink, of Falmer Church; drawn 
, X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. «.] 



A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Famhurst Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. s.] 

Two ground plans and elevation, in Indian ink, of the ruins of 
Verdley Castle, in the parish of Famhurst; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm: each lOJ in. x 7J in, lAdd. Burrell, 5675. ff. 
4. 6.] 

A tinted view of the ruins of Verdley Castle, taken from the 
west; drawn by S. H. Grimm: JOJ in. x 7} in. [AM. 
Bunell, 5675. fol. s.] 



SUSSEX. 231 

A tinted view of the interior of the ruins of Verdley Castle, in 
the parish of Famhurst ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 
lOJ in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 6675. fol. 5.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Mr. Yalding''s house on Blackdown, 
near Famhurst, built in 1640 ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1790 : lOJ in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. i.] 

A tinted south view of Felpham Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1790 : lOJ in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 

30.] 

A tinted view of Mrs. Steele'^s house, at Felpham ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 38.] 

A colored view of the west front of Fenn Place ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7j- in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 109.] 

A colored view of the west door of Fenn Place ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 7j in. x 5j in. [Add. Burrell, 6671. fol. 109.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Ferring Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 6677. fol. 7i.] 

Field Place, in the parish of Wamham. See Warnham. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Findon Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert : 10 in. x 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 6677. fol. 70.] 

A tinted general view of Findon Place, " when it belonged to 
Mr. Greene,*^ taken from the road leading to Arundel ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 11^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 65.] 

A tinted north view of Findon Place, "Mr. Richardson^s"; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 6673. fol. 57.] 

A tinted view of the south-west front of Montham,in the parish 
of Findon, " Mr. Franklin's " ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1789 : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 6673. fol. 57.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Firle Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 79.] 

A colored drawing of the east window of the south aisle in 
Firle Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 90.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir John Gage, 
E.G., and Philippa his wife, in the north chancel of Firle 
Church ; . drawn by S. H. Grimm : 8 in. x 5^ in. : with a 
separate drawing of the figures, 8|- in. x 5 in. [Add Bur- 
rell, 5671. fol. 91.] 



A tinted north-east view of Firle Place, " belonging to Wm. 
Viscount Gage"; drawn by S. H. Griinm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. go.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Fletching Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 11 J in. x 0j in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 97.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of E.ichard Leche, 
Esq., (who died in 1596,) and his wife, in the east side of 
the south transept of Fletching Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1767 : SJ in. x 7J in. : with a separate drawing 
of the figures, 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 4-i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the lodge at SIietGeld Place, in the 
parish of netcliing, taken from the road; drawn by J. 
Lambert, in 1784: II in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 49.] 

A colored view of tbe outer gate or lodge of Sheffield, on the 
London road, taken from the park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1787 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 4J.] 

A colored view of the Great Water at Sheffield ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 9} in. [Add. BurreU, 6671. 

fol. 43.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Folkington Church ; 

drawn by J. Lambert : 8 in. x 6i in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. n.] 

A tinted west view of Folkington ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 
17B3 : lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 84.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Folkington j drawn by 8. 

H. Grimm, in 1783: 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

toL 84.] 
A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Framfield Church ; 

drawn by J. Lambert : I f. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 9S.] 

A tinted view of Hempstead House, in the parish of Framfield, 
taken 1785, by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. X 7j in. [Add. Bar. 
rell, 5671. fol. 103.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the hall of Hempstead 
House, in tbe parish of Framfield ; drawn by S. H. Grimait 
in 1785 : irfj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burr 

Fraropost House, in the parish of East ( 

STEAD. 



I 



H 



o-wesTview, in Indian ink, of Frant Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 91 in. x 6j in. lAdd. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 50.] 

A tinted view of the ruins of Bayham Abbey, taken on the 
west side of the Frant road ; drawn by S. II, Grimm: lOj in. 
X 41 in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5671.] 

A tinted view of the south side of the ruins of Bayham Abbey, 
in the parish of Frant ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 
lOJ in. X 4J in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5671.] 

A colored view of the nave of Bayham Abbey ; drawn by 
S. H.Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 14.] 

A colored view of the interior of the east end of Bayham 
Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. 
[^(fd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 15.] 

A colored view of the interior of the south transept of Bayham 
Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. id.] 

A Unted view of the chapel in the south aisle of Bayham 
Abbey; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOj in. x 71 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 13.] 

A colored view of the cloisters at Bayham Abbey ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1783: 1 f. 3 in. X 101 in- l^dd. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 17.] 

A colored view of the seat of Wm, Pratt, Esq., at Bayham 
Abbey, in the parish of Frant; drawn inl783; 8^ in. x 61 in. 

[ib XLII. ST. S.] 

A south-east view of Eridge House, in the parish of Frant, 
"formerly the seat of the Nevils, Lords Abergavenny"; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : lOj^ in. x 71 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. IS.] 

A colored view of Eridge Park, in the parish of Front, and 
Rotherfield, taken from Frant; (drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
lOj in. X 71 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. «.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Riverliall, in the parish of 
Frant; drawn by S. U. Grimui: 10) iu. x 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. ful. id.] 



Elevation, in Indioi )>i 
drawn bv S. H. Gp" 

fol. 19.] ' 
TpL. U. 



"uiMCe of Riverhall ; 
'Add. Biirrell, 5B5 1 . 



of paiiiled glass at Riverhall ; by 
X 4J in., and 8 in- x 6J in. [Add. 



Two colored drawings 
S. H. Grimm:, ii in. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. is.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rocks at Frant, near Tnnbridge 
Wells, taken from a field near Rusthall Common, 1785; by 
S. H. Grimm: 10* in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 4.] 

A colored view of the rocks at Frant, near Tnnbridge Wells ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10} in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 3.] 

A colored view of the rocks at Frant, near Tnnbridge Wells ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [^dd. Burrell, 
5671. fol. !.] 

A tinted west view of the rocks in the parish of Frant, near 
Tnnbridge Wells, taken from a field on the side of the 
opposite hill; drawn by ... . White, Esq., in 1785, and 
finished by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. I.] 

A tinted east view of the rocks in Frant, near Eridge Green ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. le.] 

A colored view of the camp on Water Down Forest, in the 
parish of Frant, taken from the hill above Benhale Mill ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1780: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 2 in, 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. ai.] 

A colored north-west view of Freemans; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 45.] 

A tinted north view of Friston Church and village; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, S678. 
fol. 6.] 

A linted south view of Friston Church and Parsonage House ; 
drawn by S. H Grimm: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [A(M. Bunell, 
5678. fol. 6.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Friston Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 9 in. lAdd. Buirell, 5676. fol. rs.] 

A colored south-east view of Friston Church : 10 in. x 8 in. 
[* XLU. 43.] 



A linted view of Friston 
drawn by S. H. Grimir 
BuneU, 5671.fol. bo' 



Place, 



I 



A tinted view of the cliffs between Growling and Coctnnere, 
in the parish of Friston, "Seaford lying beyond tbe distant 
point"; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. X 6^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5078. fol. *i.] 

A tinted south-west view of Funtiogton Church; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791: 104 in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
6678. fol. 4.] 

A tinted view of the south [north i] side of Funtington Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. lAdd. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 38.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument on tbe north side of 
the chancel of Funtington Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 7 in. 
X 5J in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 38.] 

A tinted view of Densworth, in the parish of Funtington ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. »6.] 

Gatehouse, in the parish of Mayfield. See Mavfield. 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Glynde Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 7 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 81.] 

A tinted view of Glynde Bourne Place, near Lewes, " the seat 
of Thomas Hay, Esq."; copied, in 1783, by /. Irfimbert, 
" from a drawing made [by 'Mr. Melchair'} about the year 
1736 ": 1 f. X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. ae.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Glynde Place, near Lewes, " the seat 
of the Rl. Hon. Lord Viscount Hampden"; drawn by J. 
Lambert, in 1783 : 1 f. 1 in. X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 8?.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ancient encampment called Mount 
Cabnme, in the parish of Glynde, " taken from Beddingham, 
with the adjacent countrj- from Spital Mills, Lewes, to Glynd 
Church"; drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. Sin. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. as.] 

Glynley, in the pariah of Westham. See Westham. 

'Goodwood, in the parish of Boxgrove. See Boxgrove. 

south-east view, in Indian ink, of Goring Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5077. fol. 7i.] 

".w of Goring Church, taken from the 
rA . 'Ir^H'n t>v S. II. Grimm, in 1781 : 
>U, 5674. fol. IS.] 



A tinted north-wert view of Green Church; dran-n by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

fol. T.] 
A tinted view of Litlle Green ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 

1791 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. BorreU, 5678. fol. t.] 

A tinted distant view of the tonn of East Grinstead; drawn bj 
S. H. Grinim, in 1785: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Borrell, 
5671. fol. 30.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of East Grinstead Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 17S1 ; 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. {^Add. 
Bnrtell, 5676. fol. 3T.] 

Two tinted views of the interior of the ruins of East Grinstead 

Church; drawn by S. H, Grimm: each lOj- in. x 7^ in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. J3.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument on the north side of 

the north aisle of East Grinstead Church ; by S. H. Grimm, 

in 1787 : 7 in. X 6 in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 6i.] 
A south riew, in Indian inti, of East Grinstead College ; drawn 

by J. Lambert, in 1781 : 1 f. 1 in. x 9^^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
3676. fol.38.] 
A north view of the ruina of Bramblelye House, in the parish 

of East Grinstead ; by J. Lamberl, in 1773: 1 f, 5 in. x II in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 4i.] 

A Boulh-west view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Brambletye 

House; drawn by J, Lambert, in 1783: 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. w.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of a house at Bramblelye; drawn by 

J. Lambert, in 1782: 1 f. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol.«.] 
A riew, in Indian ink, of East Court, "belonging to ... . 

Cranston, Esq.," near East Grinstead ; drawn by J. Lambert: 

9 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 35.] 
A tinted view of the west front of Mr. Cranston's house, near 

East Grinstead; drawn by S, H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 j^ in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. sv.] 

A tinted east view of Frampost House, in East Grinstead; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm; lOj in. x 7j- in, [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. aj.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Hermitage in East Grinstead, " be- 
longing to Mr. Wakeham": dra v J. Lambert, in 1783: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. i.l 



SUSSEX. 237 

A view of the east front of Kidbrooke, " the Beat of the Rt 

Hon. Lord Abergavenny," in the parish of East Grinstead ; 

drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783: 1 f. 2 in, x 10 in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5676. fol. 43.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the south side of Eidbrooke ; hy 

J. Lambert, in 1783 : lOj in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 43.] 

A tinted east view of Kidbrooke House, in the parish of East 
Grinstead ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj- in. X 7^ 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 30.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Santhill, " belonging to Gibbs Craw- 
ford, Esq.," near East Grinstead; drawn by J. Lambert : 9J 
in, X 6i in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 39.] 

A tinted view of West Grinstead Church, and Knep Castle, 
" taken from a field near Mr. Harriot's farm"; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : lOj^ in. X 7^^ in. [Add. Burrell, S673. fol. m.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of West Grinstead Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert: lOj in. X 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fot. 65.] 

A colored north-west view of West Grinstead Church ; drawn 
in 1787 : 10 in. X 6j in. [ft XLll. 4-1. a.] 

A tinted south-west view of West Grinstead Church ; drawn, 
in 1781, by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5673. fol. aa.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the square stone font in West Grin- 
stead Church: 8 in. x 6J in. [sb xlii. *4. b.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Merrick Bur-r 
rell.inWestGrinstead Church; by S.H. Grimm: lOj in. x 
7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 87.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of monuments of the Caryll 
family, in West Grinstead Church : each 6 in. X 4 in. [* 
XLII. e.f. g.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Elizabeth Nash, 
. (who died in 1783,) in West Grinstead Church : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[ [* XLII. M. d.-] 

A colored drawing of the monument, by Rysbrack, to Captain 
William Powlelt, (who died in 1746,) and Elizabeth his wife, 
in the south aisle of West Grinstead Church: 1 f x 8 in. 
[ft XLII. +1. c] 

i drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Wm. Powlett: 
lOj in. X 7k in. [Add. Burrell, 6673. fol. ib.J 



A colored south-east vie«- of West Gnnstead Place, " lalcen 
from the round seat on the hill near the wood :" draM-n by 
S. H. Grimm, m 1781 : 1 f 9 io. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5673. fol. S5.] 

A colored view in West Gnnstead Park, the seat of Sir Merrick 
Burrell, Bart., " taken from the ground in front of the house ;" 
drawn by S. II. Grimm: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5673. foJ. id.] 

A tinted view in West Gnnstead Park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1788 : lOi in. x 7^ in, [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. w.] 

Grove House, at Hastings. See Hastings. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of GuestUng Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 

13.] 

A tinted view of Broomham, in the parish of Guestling; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOJ in. x 71 in. [Add. Burrell, 

5670. fol. 26.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of East Guildford Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1781 ; 9 in. x 7^ in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5676. fol- y.] 

A tinted south view of Hailsham, taken from the turnpike lead- 
ing to East Bourne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i 
in. lAdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. w.] 

A sontb-east view, in Indian ink, of Hailsham Church ; drawn 

by J. Lambert: I f. 1 in. x 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 6i.] 
A colored sooth view of the ruins of Michelfaam Priory, in the 

parish of Hailsham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 1 f. 

3 in. X lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. ,w.] 

A tinted view of the west side of Michelbam Priory ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 

5671. fol. 51.] 

A colored view of the west front of Michelham Priory Gate ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17S4: lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5671. fol. 50.] 
A colored north-west view of Michelfaam Priory; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 

5671. fol. w.] 

A tinted view of the north side of Michelham Priory ruins; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7f in. [.4dd. Burrell, 
5671. fol. M.] 



I 



A view, in Indian ink, of the inteiior of the luins of Michelham 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOJ in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Biirrell, 5671. fol. b5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of" the long passage at Mi- 
chelham Priory; drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOj in. x 74 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. as.] 

A vieWjin Indian ink, of the crypt at Michelham Priory, " used 
as a cellar;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, jn 1784: lOj in. x 
7J in. lAdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. ss.] 

A viaw, in Indian ink, of the interior of the crypt at Michel- 
ham Priory: 6} in. x 5 in. [lb XLii. 54.] 
Halland House, in the parish of East Hoathly. See Hoathlv. 
Halnaker, in the parish of Boxgrove. See Boxgbove. 
Ham, iu the parish of Angmering. See Ancmerino. 
Hammond's Place, in the parish of Clayton. See Clayton. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of West Hampnett Church; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 77.] 

A tinted view of the north side of West Hampnett Church, with 
the ruins of the vicarage ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 66.] 

Drawing of the monument of Richard Sackville, Esq., and his 
wife Elizabeth, in the north side of the chance) of West 
Hampnett Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 7 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 66.] 

A tinted view of Hampnett Place ; drawn in 1791, by S. H, 
Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. zb.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Little Hampton Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 

fol. 75.] 

A tinted north-east view of Little Hampton Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOi in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. D.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Hamsey Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 9j^ m. x 6i in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. n.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of a monument in the north wall of 
the chancel of Hamsey Church ; by J. Lambert : 1 f. x 9 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. aj.] 



240 SUSSEX. 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Combe, " the eeat of Sir John 
Bridger, Knt.,"' in the parish of Hamsey, near Lewes ; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 1 f. x 9^ in. [Add. Buirell, 5677. 
fol. !J.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of the house at OfTbam, " belong- 
ing lo T. W. Partington, Esq.," in the parish of HaniBey, 
near Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert: i f. 1 in. x 9} in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol- 13.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Hangleton Church ; drawn 

by J. Lambert, in 1782: lOj in. x 8 in. [Jdd. Burrell, 

6677. foi. 3B.] 
A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Hangleton Place ; drawn 

by J. Lambert, in 1782: 1 f x 9 in. [Add. BurreU, 5677. 

fol. 39,] 

A uortb-west view, iu Indian ink, of Hangleton Place, with the 
porter's lodge; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1782: 1 f. x 9 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 39.] 

Drawing of a carved ceiling at Hangleton Place ; by J. Lam- 
bert : 1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. BurroU, 5677. fol. 40.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Benfields, iu the parish of Hangleton ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, with drawings of various coals of 
arms, (Covert, with alliances,) on the south front : 1 f. 5 in. x 
1 f. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 41.] 

A colored view of the interior of Hardham Priory Chapel ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9j in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. it.] 

A colored Tiew of the interior of the kitchen at Hardbam 

Priory; drawn in 1780, by S. H, Grimm: 1 f. x 10 in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. is.] 
A view of the interior of the crypt at Hardham Priory, " taken 

in 1780, then used as a cellar" ; drawn by S. H, Grimm ; 8 J 

in. X 5i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 45.] 

A colored north-east view of Hardham Priory and Chapel ; 
drawn in 1780, by S. H. Grimm : 1 f x 9j^ in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5674. fol. 12.] 

Haremare, in the parish of Etchingham. See Etchixohah. 

A soQth-eaet view, in Indian ink, of Hartfield Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 9 in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. *4.] 

A colored view of Bolebroke, near Hartfield, " belonging to 
Lord George Germain " ; drawn by J. Lambert, iu 1782: 1 f. 
3 in. X 11 in. [Add. Burrell, 5tf76. fol. 46.] 



I 



wd view of llie entrance tower of Bolebroke, near Hart- 
field; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1782: 1 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. 
[Add. Bnrrell, 5676. fo!. 45.] 

A plan of Old Lodge Farm, in the parish of Hartficld; 

surveyed in April, 1818 : 3 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [Add. 

12,555- !J-] 
I Outline plan of a freehold estate in the parish of Uartfield, 

eight miles from East Grinstead, containing 475 acres : 2 f. 

4 in. X 1 f. « in. [Add. 12,555. A.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, of Harting Church, with measurements ; 

drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq. : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6738. 

fol. 1S7. b.] 
A tinted south view of Harting Church ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1782: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5675. fol. 

3..] 
t A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Cowper, 

of Ditcham, in the south transept of Harting Church; by S. 

H. Grimm: 4 J in. X 3^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 3e.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the recumbent monumental figures 
of John and Magdalen Cowper, in the south transept of Hart- 
ing Church; by S. II. Grimm: 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. Bai- 
rell, 5675. fol. ;!■•.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of Sir Richard Caryl's monument, on 
the south side of the chancel of Harling Church ; by S. 
H. Grimm : 9j in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 3!.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of Sir Edw. Caryl's monument, on the 
south side of the chancel of Harting Church; by S. H. 
Grimm: 7 J in. x 5^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5075. fol. si.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Up Park, " the seat of Sir 
Hairy Featherston, Bart.," in the parish of South Harting; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: lOj in. x 7i in. [.4(id. 
BurreU, 5675. fol. ,io.] 

A tinted north-east view of the Prospect House in Up Park ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. :n.] 

A tinted view of Hastings, " taken from the lop of Mr, Wen- 
ham's house"; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17^4 : lOJ in. x 
7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. i?.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of All Saints Chui-ch, 
Hastings; drawn by J. Lambert; 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [Md. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. sy.] 



ft42 SUSSEX. 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Clements Church, - 
Hastings; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1781 : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. S8.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Bulverhythe Chapel, near 
Hastings; drawn by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. 33.] 

A colored view of the ruins of the west end of ^ Dadeney*! 
ChapeV* at Hastings ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 
10|^ in. X 7^ in. [Add. Bunell, 5670. fol. .ii.] 

A colored view of the interior of the rains of ^Dadeney**8 
Chapel,^ at Hastings ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj^ 
in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. foL si.] 

A view« in Indian ink, of the ruins of St. Mary Magdalen 
Cha)>eU near Hastings ; drawn by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 7 in. 
[Add. Buircll, 5676. fol. ss.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the mins of Hastings 
Castle: dnwn by J. Lamberti in 1781 : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. 
[Add. Bundl, 5676. fol. 3e.j 

A view« in Indian ink, of Hastings Castle, " taken from a pro- 
jecting part of the rock"^; drawn in 1781, by J. Lambert: 
1 f. 3 in. X 1 1 in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5676. foL si.] 

A colored view of Hastings Castle and Rocks, ^ taken from 
the rcvad on the west side of the Priorr rains : * drawn hx S. 
IL Orimni« in 17S4 : 10|^ in. x 7^ in. JAdd^ Boiidl, 5670. 
fol. \^' 

A coIotvnI view of Hastincs Castle and rocks, ** taken near the 
hathing boiisae*^; drawn by S. H. Giimm, in 17S4: lO^^in. 
X 7 J in. [Add. BurwOl, 5670. fol. fs^I 

A liutod view of the inside of tbe $qnare tower and saDy port 
of Ha54ings Castle: dn^vnn by S. H. Grinon. in I7S4: 10^ 

iTi. X Ti in. Add. Burrrfl. 56TiV. fc>l. *r.] 

A tintoii >ifw of l)ic ir.i^or of ibe norih »3e of Hastings 
Oji«)c; i^m^n hy S. H. Griiaiii. in 1TS4 : 10^ in. x 7|^ in. 
i Add. Wmrcnl. WTO. W. i»*\* 

.\ lintod xwm *M Mr. OjipoJr^ l>^>DSf, in AB Saints Street, 
Ha^tivwr^ **aTKi the nvks a*ijoinini: f-a*!*^; drawn by S. H. 
l^hoDWk iTi 1T>4 : lt%i m. X 7i m Add. BvnvaiL 5670L 

\ x>c«\ mr lTv^>AYi ir.l. .-»: ihr ra« frciT:: :*i Grcfrt Hoiow, at 
IV*MiY\<rk V ^>rwrir,c t*** > : 0>iaT!'r< y vfT^fO.i. Ban. : drawn 
^\ S. H tV.ntri'm. iC I*S^ 'iiV :r.. \ Ti :i.. 'A6d^ BisirelL 



BDSSEX. 243 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rocks at Hastings, *' from low- 
water mark, near the battery, with part of the Castle"; 
drawn by J. Lambert ; " eye-draught plan " of Hastings 
Castle: 1 f. 4 in. X 11 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 3o.] 

A view, in bistre, of a cottage on the coast near Hastings: 9 
in. X 7 in. [ib XLii. n. c] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Heathfield Chnrch ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1773 : 9 in. x S in. lAdd. Burrell, 6676. 
fol. 57.] 

A view of Bailey Park " General Elliot's," in the parish of 
Heathfield, taken from the hill on the north-west ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1784; lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 

5670. fol. 65.] 

A colored south view of Bailey Park, in the parish of Heath- 
field; drawn by S. H. Grimm: \Q^ in. x 7^ in. {Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. -'fi.] 

A colored view, in Bailey Park, taken from the honse ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol. 17.] 

A colored north view of Bailey Park ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1785: lOj in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. !6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bailey Park, in the parish of Heath- 
field, the seat of Lord Heathfield ; drawn by T. Malton, in 
1788: 7 in. X 5 in. [sb xui. s?. i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the luins of Heene Chapel ; draivn 
by J. Lambert, in 1786 : 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 69.] 

A tinted view of Heene Chapel ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
June, 1790: lOj in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 63.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Hellingly Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert : lOj in. X 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 6l'.] 

A tinted view of the west frvnt of Hellingly Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 

5671. fol. 35.] 

A colored nortli view of Herstlunges, or Horselunges, in the 
parish of Hellingly, near Hailsham; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm ; 1 f. 3 in. X 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. «.] 

A south-east view of the Broad, in the parish of Hellingly, be- 
longing to Joseph Calverley, Esq. ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
1 1785 : lOj in, X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. lo.J 



S44 SUSSEX. 

Hempstead House, in the parish of Framfield. See Fram- 

FIELD. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink. of Henfield Church ; drawn 
bv J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7} in. lAdd. BurreU, 5677. fol. 

A colored view of Henfield Church ; drawn by John Buckler, 
in 1801 : 11 in. x 7} in. [ib xxji. 46.] 

HeiringSy in the parish of Dallington. See Dalltngtox. 

A north-east riew, in Indian ink, of Herstmonceanx or Hmst- 
monceaux Church; drawn bv J. Lambert: 8 in. x 8 in. 
[JdA. Bunell, 5676. foL S5.] 

A tinted noith-east riew of Herstmonceanx Church ; drawn in 
the rear 1786 : 6| in. x 4 in. [^ xlit. 45. r.] 

A tinted view of Herstmonceanx Church and gxomids *^ taken 
from Mrs. Haie's dressing room ;'^ drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10| in. X 7^ in. [AM. BunelL 5670. ibl. 75.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink. of Herstmonceanx Castle; 
drawn by J. Lamberts apparently bf-fore its destjnction in 
1777 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [Add. BumO. 5676. foL So.] 

A tinted Tiew of HerstmoDceaux Castle: drawn bv S. H. 
Grimm : 10| in. x 7^ in. [Add^ BmrelL 567S. fed. i.] 

An devatioin« in Indian ink. of the enxriDce froai of Herst- 
mcmceanx C-astle : 1 f. :2 in. x S in. ^ifr xiJi. 4S. 6.] 

A tinted n4Xib<JL$t Tiew cvf the Rev. ]Ir. Hare^^s new house at 
Henunottcnnx : drawn by :^ H. Grimm : 1(»^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Aid. BnmOX 5670. id. -i_ 

A tin«(4 ix«ih.<!as< xifw of Mr. Hares new boose at Hent- 
woDCoanx ; drtWTi by &. H. Grimm, in 17SS : 10^ in. x 7| 
in. [Add^ Bnrrell* 5i^0. fol, rs.^ 

A tivited iKvnh«oa$a rirw ai Mr. Hari'i* bv"in5*e, Henamooceanx ; 
^WA by ^ H. GriTOTTi : li»j in, ^ Ti in, Tjlo^ Bnznfl, 

.\ tiMt«d iK«tk-w)e$a tic^ of Mr. Hart's new bcmw^ ax Hem- 
iMMMtwax; dnrm >y S. H. Gmxnn, ir 17^5 : lOj in. x 7| 
Wk IjlAilWHO."!, ,v:7ft. Tol. -.,.^ 

A Wiiiwl %v$ii vir» fA Mr. Harr's -nc^ bon<^ ui Hcrs^mciDcemiuL. 
laiktm ft-owi a ^hnaiwv . rtrr.*-r r-ii S. H. Grimm, in 17*^?: : 



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A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Herslperpoint Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 9 in. x 7^- in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5677. fol. la.] 

A tinted drawing of the monument of a knight, " covered by a 
pew, on the south side of Herslperpoint chancel," taken, 1780; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 10 in. lAdd. Buirell, 5672. 

fol. 'IB.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of a knight on the 
north sideofthe chancel ofHerstperpoint Church; taken byS, 
H. Grimm, 1780 : 1 f. x 7J in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5672. fol. aa.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Danny, in the parish of 
Herstperpoint, " the seat of Henry Campion, Esq." ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm ; 1 f. 3 in. X lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 29.] 

A tinted view of the south side of Danny, "taken from the 
terrace " ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. ;iO.] 

A tinted elevation of the great entrance at Danny ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. «9.] 

Hicksted Place, in the parish of Twineham. See Twink- 



Highden House, in the parish of Washington. See Washing- 



Hill House Farm, in the parish of Cuckfield. See Cuck- 

FIELD. 

Hill's Place, in the parish of Horsham. See Horsham. 

A tinted south-cast view of Hitchingfield oi Itching&eld Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 

BuiTell, 5673. fol. 7.] 
A tinted view of Muntham, in the parish of Hitchingfield ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOi in. X 7 J in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5673. fol. ?.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of East Hoatbley Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783: 11 in. x 8 in. IJdd. Bur- 
rell, 5676. fol. 94.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Halland, in the parish of 
East Hoathly ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOj in. x 
7^ in. lAdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 4?.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Halland ; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in 1783: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol. 4T.] 



Two tinted views of the great court of Halland, in the parish 
of East Hoathley ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 1783: each 
lOj in. X 7i in. [Add. BuiTe]], 5671. fol. 4b.] 

A tinted view of the south court of Halland; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1783: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 47.] 

A view, in Indian int, of Holland [Halland] House ; drawn 
in the year 1785 : 11 in. x 7^ in. [ft XLii. 32.] 

A tinted view of the Rev. Mr. Porter's house at East Hoathley ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOJ in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 5*.] 

A tinted view of " Great upon Little, with the adjacent sand 
rocks in ChitUngly Wood, in the parish of West Hoathley, 
the property of Mrs. Mary Payne, of East Grinstead, taken 
on the south side of the hill, 1780 " ; dran-n by S, H. Grimm : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. Burrell, 5C72. fol. ii.] 

A tinted view of the rocks in Chillingly Wood, " taken from 
the meadow on the north-west side below the wood, 1780" ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 1 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. 40.] 

A tinted view of the rocks in Chittingly Wood, taken 178t); 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. 40.] 

A tinted drawing of the stone called " Great upon Little," in 

Chillingly Wood; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 3 in. x 

lOj in. [Add. BurreU, 5672. fol. i2.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of a natural rock, called " Great upon 

Little," in Chillingly Wood, near Wakehurst : 9^ in. x 7^ in, 

[dt XLII. 71. 1.] 

Hog HousS, in the parish of Busted. See Buxted. 

Holland or Halland House. See Hoathley. 

Holies or Hollisl, in the parish of Easeboume. See £asE' 



A south-east view, in Indian ink, of HolUnglon Church; 
drawn by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676, 

fol. S6.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Beauport, the " Hon. Lu- 
Gen. James Murray's," in the parish of Hollington ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOj in. X 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
6670. fol. 16.} 



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I 



A tinted view of the east front of Beauport; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5070. 
fo]. 27.] 

Holmbush, in the parish of Heeding. See Deeding. 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Hooe Chnrch ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 7^ in. lAdd. Burrell, 5676, 
fol. 3*.] 

Hooke, in the pariah of Chailey. See Chailey. 

Hookland House, in the parish of Shipley. See Shipley. 

Hoieham, in the parish of Waldron. See Waldkon. 

Horselunges, in the parish of Hellingly. See Hellinhly. 

A tinted general view of Horsham Town, taken from Denplace 
Hill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. [Jdd. 
Barrel], 5673. fol. it.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Horsham Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 1 f. 2 in. x II in. [Jdd. Burrell, 6677. 
fol. 66.] 

A tinted Bouth view of Horsham Church; drawn in 1781, 
by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 14.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ii-ont and two sides of the 
monument of [Thomas?] Lord Hoo, {who died in 1455,] on 
the north side of the chancel of Horsham Church; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1781: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. i6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Mrs. Elizabeth 
Delves, on the south side of the nave of Horsham Church, 
1781 ; by S. H. Grimm: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5673. fol. 15.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of ... . Braose, 
of Brembre, on the south side of the chancel of Horsham 
Church; drawn in 1781, by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. x 5j-in. : 
with a separate drawing of the figure, 8 in. x 4J in. [Jdd. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. is.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Horsham New Gaol; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOJ^ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5673. fol. 13.] 

A tinted south-east view of "Mr. Blunt's" house on Horsham 
Common ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : lOf in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. i^.] 



i. tinted view of Bonuveale's [Bonville's ?] 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOJ in. ) 
Burrell. 5«73. fol. lu] 



Place, at Horsham ; 



[Add. 



Tn-o tinted views of Denu Place, in the parish of Horsham ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 104- in. x 7j in. lAdd. 

Burrell, 5673. fol. is.J 
A tinted east view of Hill Place, in Horsham ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1788: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. BurreU, 5673. 

fol. K..] 
A view, in Indian ink, of \ew Lodge, near Horsham, " Mr. 

Aldridge's;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOj in. x ■ 

7i in. [Add, Burrell, 5673. fol. fia.] 
A tinted view of " Sir. Smith's " bouse, on Horsham Common ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: lOj^ in. x 7i^in. [Add. 

Bom-Il, S673. fol. 11.] 
A tinted west TiewofRougfaeyPlace,in the paibfa of Horsham; 

dnwn fay S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 7}^ in. [Add. Boirell, 

S673. IbL lis.] 
A tinted east view of " Mis. TniaofCs ~ hoose at Horsham ; 

dnwn by S. H. Giinmi, in 1789: 10} m. x 7} in. [Jdd. 

BoRdl, 5673. fbl. I!.] 

A Doilli-west view, in Indian ink, of Horsled I^rra Chmtli ; 
drawn br J. Lambert: 9 in. x Sin. [Add. Bmrdl, 5670. 

1(0.93.3 ' 

AtiMed view of "Little Honoed, Mr. NoU's;* dnwn bf 
a H. GriiiB, in 1783: lOi in. X 7)^ in. [Add. Bandl, 
a«71. foL »i.1 

A nnr. in In<in ink, of a "rmned church, [at Hove^] Bi^t- 
bahMOM, An*. 10. ITtiS :" 1 f. X 7 in. [ft xut. *.'. «.] 

A<riMr,iBliMlianink,of ibemin^oi HoveChnicfa; dnwn by J. 

LMibrTt,inir76: ain-xTtia. [jM.Bandl,3e77. IoLW.] 

A«ah»ed view of Uov«- Cbnr^; dnwn in 1786: II is. x 




*■ of the village of Jevingtoii, taken from the hill 
leading lo East Bourne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 
7^ in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5G71. fol. as.] 

I A tinted view of the village of Jevinglon ; drawn by S. H, 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7j in. iAdd. Bumll, 6678. fol. o.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Jevinglon Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676, fol. 

69.] 

A tinted south-east view of Jevington Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimra : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. si.] 

A tinted view of Jevington Parsonage House ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : lOk in- X 7j in. [Add. Bnrrell. 5678. fol. b.] 
A tinted view of the west side of Jevinglon Place; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in 1785: 10| in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 

5671. fol. 7:i.] 



inlt, of Ifield Church: 8 in. x 



A north-west view, in Indiai 
b^ in. [A XLii. 19.] 

A tinted view of Iwehurst Place, in Ifield ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. b9.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Iford Chmrch; drawn 
by J. Lambert: lOJ in. x 8i in. ^Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. S7.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Swanborough House, in the pa- 
rish of Iford, near Lewes ; drawn by J. Lambert : each 9j in. 
I X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. ff. -lu, ^9.] 

Iridge, in the parish of Salehurst. See Salehukst. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Isfield Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert: 8 in. x 6 in. [_Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 93.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the Founder's Monument, on the 
north side of the chancel of Isfield Church; by S. H. Grimm: 
6^ in. X 4i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 9?.] 

f.A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Shurley 
or Shiriey, Esq., 1527, on the south wall of the chancel 
of Isfield Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 7 in. x 6j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 97.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Edward Shurley, 
' Esq., on the south wall of the chancel of Isfield Church ; 
kby S. H, Grimm: fj in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. w.] 



£50 SDSSEX. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of ihe monument of Thomas Sburle^ 
A.D. 1579, and his wife Anne Pelham, on the east side of the 
thancel of Isfield Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 9^in. 
X 7i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. pe.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Sir John Sbir!^, 4,i>. 
1631, and his wife,ou the north side of the chancel of Isfield 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 10} in. x 6 in. [Ji 
Burrell, 5671. fol. yti.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the monumental effigies of 
knight and his lady, in Isfield Church; by S. H. Grimm: 
each 9h in. X 4i in! lAdd. Burrell, 5673. fol. 66.] 

A colored south-west view of Isfield House, "and south view of 
the chapel, now a stable" ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 
lOi in. X 7} in. [Add. Burvell, 5671. fol. 9i.] 

An eleration, in Indian ink, of the west gate of Isfield House, 
" olira Sir John Shirley's ;" dra«-n by S. H. Grimm : 10 
X 4^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. Q.5.] 
Ilchingfield. See Hitchingfield. 
Iweburst Place, in the parish of lAeld. See Ifield. 
Iwood, in the parish of Warblelon. See Warbleton. 
Kerfold. See K[rdfori>, 

A south-east view, in Indtau ink, of Keymer Church; drawn 

by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 8 in. x (i in. [Add. Borrell, 5677. 

fol. .9.] 
A tinted south-east view of Keymer Church ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol, i4.] 
Kidbrooke, in the parish of East Grinstead. See Gbinstead. 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Kingston Church; by J. 

I^mbert: 9 in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell. 5677. fol. f7.] ' 
A tinted south-east view of Mr 's house at Kingston Bowsea, 

orKingston-by-Sea; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 10} in. 
X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. m.] 

A tinted north-west view of Kerfuld or Kirdford Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5678. fol. i?.] 

A tinted »iew of Kcribld Parsonage ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1781 : H [Jdrf. Btirrell, 5678. fol. i^] 

/ °'nce, " the seat of Earl Wio- 

•wn by S. H. Grimm, 

0, 0075. TqL 



ield I 

m 



iwn I 



I 



sussKx. 351 

A vieiv, ia Indian ink, of Sladelanil, in Uie parish of Kerfold, 
[Kirdford] ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOJ in. x 7i 
in. [Add, Bunell, 5G78. fol. L'ti.] 

ȣnepp Castle and Pond, in the parish of Shipley. See Ship- 
ley. 
'Knighton, or Nyton, in the parish of Aldingboume. See Ald- 

INOBOURNE. 

A tinted view of the west front of Scotney Castle, in the parish 
of Laraberhurst ; drawn by S. H. .Grimm: 10 J in. x 7i in. 
[Add. Bun-ell, 5670. fol. i.] 

A limed view of the north-east front of Scotney, in the parish 
of Lamberhurst; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOJ in. 
X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. i.] 

Langney Chapel, in the parish of Westham. See Westham. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Laughton Cbuich ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 

»6S.] 
A view, in Indlaniuk, of Laughton Place, and the adjacent build- 
ings ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783 : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [Add. 
Buirell, 5676. fol. 64.] 
Two views, in Indian ink, of Laughton Place ; drawn by J. 
^^ Lambert: each 9 in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676, fol. 63.] 

^^KView, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Laughton Place : 

^^B lOin. x8in. [dr xLii. 51. c] 

^^KTwo views, in Indian ink, of the back of Laughton Place : each 

^H 1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [d« XUi. bi. a. £.] 

^^KHalland House, partly in the parish of Laughton, partly in the 

^H parish of East Hoathly. See Hoatolv. 

^^F A tinted south-east view of Lancing Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Griinm, in 1789: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 51.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the Founder's Tomb, in tlie north 
wall of Lancing Church; by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. X 6 in, 
^ [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol, oi.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in the north wall of the 
chancel of Lancing Church; by S. II. Grimm, in 1782: 7 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 3j.] 

prawing, in outline, of the sepulchral figure of a priest, a.d. 
1591 , in Lancing Church ; by S. H. Grimm ; 8 in. x 4j in. 
_ iAdd. Burrell. S67.3. fol. so.] 

K K *2 



A tinted view of Mr. Lloyd's cottage, at Launciug; 

S. H. Grirora, in 1789: lOi in. x 7^ in. [Jdd. BurreU, 
5673. fo). -so.] 

A tinted view of East Lavant; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 

* lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 94.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of East Lavant Church, near Chichester; 
drawn by J. Lambert : lOj^ in. x 8^ in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5677. 

fol. 78.] 

A tinted view of East Lavaat Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1791 ; lOi in. x 7i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5675. fol. b4.] 

Drawing of an arched recess in the chancel of East Lavant 
Church i by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 8b.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured stone head, in the 
chancel of East Lavant Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 7^- in. x 
7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. hb.] 

A tinted south view of Midlavant Church ; drawn hy S. H. 
Grimm : 7j in. x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 33.] 

Drawing, iu Indian ink, of Lady May's monument, on ihe 
south side of Midlavant Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 6^ ia. 
x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5075. fol. ru.] 

A tinted view of West Lavant Place ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. n.] 

Laythome House, in the parish of North Mundham. See 

MUNDHAM. 

Leominster. See Lyminstek. 

A tinted distant view of Lewes, taken from the river below the 
tower; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. X 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell,5671. fol. 16.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of Lewes Town, and the cliff with the 
adjacent country, " uken from Baldy's Garden in the cliffe ;" 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in.' x 10^ in. lAdd. Bur- 

• rell, 5672. fol. 7.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of All Saints Church, 
Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add, Bur- 
rell, 5677. fol. 11.] 



A colored ilrawing of d 
Sainb Church, ) 



. Kossard, iu All 
S : 10 in. 



SDSSEX. 253 

' A colored drawing of the monument of Stanefield, in Alt 

Saints Church. Lewes; by S. H. Giimm, in 1787: 7^ in. x 

6 in. [Add. Bnirell, 5672. fol. ii.] 
A north-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Anne's Church, Lewes; 

drawn by J. Lambert, in 1776 : 9 in. X 7 in. IJdd. Burrell, 

5U77. ful. .!.] 
^ A colored north view of St. Anne's Church, Lewes ; drawn in 

1786: 1 f. 4 in. x U in. [* XLii. ai./.] 
f A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. John's Church, Lewes ; 

drawn by J. Lambert, in 1780: 1 f. x Win. [^dd.BuneU, 

3677. fol. 10.] 
I A south-east view, in Indian iak, of St. John's Church, Lewes; 

by J. Lambert: \0^ in, x 8 in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5677. fol. 



f A colored south view of St. John's Church, under the castle, 
Lewes j drawn in 1786 : 1 1 in. X 8j in. [* xLii. sz ff.] ' 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a semicircular monumental inscrip- 
tion and tomb, in the south wall of the church of St John, 
under the castle, at Lewes, with a description : 1 f. 2 in. x 
9i in. [ft XLII. T2. h.] 

KA colored drawing of the same tomb : 10 in. x 8^ in. [ft 

I XLII. S9. 1.] 

A colored drawing of a sepulchral cross, under an arch of the 

wall of the church of St. John, under the castle, at Lewes : 

9^ in. X 8^ in. [# XLii. k.] 
Drawings, in pen and ink, of ancient grave-stones, dug up in 

St. John's Church, Lewes, in 1779 ; " an exact copy of Mr. 

Elliot's drawing, by J. Lambert, Jun.," in 1762: 1 f. 7 in. 
: 1 f. 2 in. [Add. Burrell, 3677. fol. iJ.] 

L view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St. Mary's Church, at 

Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. [Add. 

Burrell, 3677. fol. 3.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the Founder's Monument, in the 

north side of the chancel of St. Mary's Church, at Lewes ; 

by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 5.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Michael's Church, 

Lewes ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1776 : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 

Bnrrell, 5677. fol. 6.] 
\. tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of one of the 

Warren family, near the altar in St. Micbaers Church, 

Lewes; by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1775: 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 5.] 



254 ftu&SEX. 

A cdored drawing of a tnooument in Uie Bortfa aisle oft 

Michael's Charch, Levres ; by S, H, Grimm, in 1787 : 6 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 5.] 
A colored view of Uie niiDB of Sl Peter's Chnreh, Westonl, in 

Lewes; dran~n bj- J. Lambert, Jun., in 1779: 1 C 1 in. x 

9J in. iJdd. Bnirell, 5677.] 
A sonlb-east view, in ladian ink, of &L John's Chorcfa, Sootb- 

OTer, in Lewes ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1776 : 1 f. 2 in. 

X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. it.] 
A colored view of the gaieof an ancient monastery at Soothover, 

in Lewes; drawn in 1786: 10^ in. x 8 in. [ft xui. 6?.] 

A colored riew of Cliff Charch, in Lewes; drawn by J, Lam- 
bert, Jun., in 1779: 1 f. I in. x gj in. [Jrfrf. Borri^D, 5677.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of part of the ruins of Lewes 
a Priory; drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1775: 1 £ 3 in. x 
11 in! [Jdd. Borrell, 5677. fol. ii.] 

A liew, iu lodiaii ink, of part of the ruins of Lewes Ptiory, 
taken from the east ; drawn by J. Lambert : 1 f. 8 in. x II 
in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5677. fol. m.] 

A colored east view of Lewes I^oiy; by J. Lambert, Jno., 
in 17S2: 1 f. 9 in. X 1 £ 2 in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5677. 

fol. 19.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Sl Pancrace Friory Gale, 
in Lewes; dran-n by J. Lambert : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5677. fol. le.] 

" Groond plot" (in pen and ink) " of Lewes Castle, being the 
Inner Castram"; drawn about 1740: 9 in. x 7} in. [Add. 
5703. fol. ^.] 

A colored nonh view of Lewes Ca£tle ; drawn by J. Lambert, 
in 1780 : 1 f. X 9t in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 14.] 

A ccdored view of Lewes Castle ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 

I78S : 1 f. X 9^ iu. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. is.] 
A tinted view of Lewes Castle, " taken from Ur. SheQer's 

garden ; " drawn by S. H. Giiram, in 1785 : 10| io. x 7} id. 

[Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. ♦.] 
A tinted view of Lewes Castle, Jid the Bny Mount, token 

" from Mr. Shelley's paddoct ' ilr»m bj S. U. Grimm : lOJ 

in. X 7jin- [.Jrfrf. Burrell '"^ 

A view, iu Indian iuk, of L> 

X<ambert : 1 f. 3 in. x ' 



SUSSEX. S95 

L ground plan, in Indian ink, of the West Gate, Lewes ; drawn 
on a scale oC jjth of an inch to a foot, by Jolin Morris, 
in 1777 : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. a.] 

Three views of parts of the interior of the West Gate, Lewes ; 
drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f . 1 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5677. fol. 9.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lewes Bridge ; drawn by J. Lam- 
bert, Jun., in 17S2: 1 f. 5 in. X 1 f. lAdd. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 1.] 

A tinted view of Lewes Bridge : 10 in. x 6^ in. [^ XLii. 

.>. ».] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins called the Lord's Place, at 
Lewes i drawn in Angn^t, 1762: 1 f. 3 in. x 6^ in. [^ 
XLII. a*. I.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Fryers, "Sir Ferd. Poole's", at 
Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1784 ; 1 f. x 9j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5677. fol. 2.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the houses of Henry Humphrey, Esq., 
and John Fuller, Esq., at Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert, 1783: 
1 f. 1 in. x 9j in. [Add. BnvrcU, 5677. fol. s.] 
Views, in Indian ink, of the east and south ironts of the house 
belonging to John Pelham, Esq., at Lewes; drawn by J. 
Lambert, in 1783: each 1 f. 1 in. X 9} in. [Add. BurreU, 
5677. fol. 1.] 

'wo views, iu Indian ink, of the north and south fronts of the 
house belonging to Henry Shelley, Esq., at Lewes ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1783: each 1 f. 1 in. x 9jin. [iidd. Bur- 
rell, 5677. fol. ij.] 
I A tinted view of " Mr. Shelley's house, at Lewes, taken from 
L thenorth-eastangleof his paddock"; drawn by S.H.Grimm: 
I lOj in. X 7f iu. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. *.] 
'A colored view of Ashcombe, near Lewes; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1787: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. BurreU, 5672. 
fol. IS.] 

tinted south view of Linch or Lynch Church ; drawn by 
S. H.Grimm, in 1790: lOj^in. x 74in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5675. 

view of Shelbred Priory, in the parish of Linchroere ; 
Grimm, in 1790: 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. 



* 



256 SUSSEX. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the crypt in Shelbred 
Priory, in the parish of Linchmere : I f. 1 in. x 6} in. [fb 

XLII. 65.] 

A tinted view of the interior of the " Monks' Room," the crypt, 
in Shelbred Priory, in the parish of Linchmere ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 6 in. x S^ in. [Add, Burrell, 5678. fol. «9.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Lindfield Chnrch ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1784 : 1 f. x 9 in. lAdd. Burrell, 6677. 
fol. £.] 

A tinted north view of Lindfield Church ; drawn by S. H^ 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [AM. Burrell, 5672. fol. «6.] 

A tinted view of East Mascall, in the parish of Lindfield, built 
in 1578 ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x 7j in. \_Add. 
Burrell, 5672. fol. 36.] 

'An elevation, in Indian ink, of the entrance porch of East 
Mascall ; drau^n by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 9 in. x 4j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 36.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Packshill or Paxhill, " Mr. 
Board's," in the parish of Lindfield ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 35.} 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Littleington or Litlington 
Church ; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1780 : 8 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 70.] 

Little Hampton. See Hampton. 

Little Horsted. See Horsted. 

A tinted south view of Loddesworth Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1791 : 10^^ in. x 7J^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

fol. 31.] 

A tinted view of a house at Loddesworth ; drawn by S. H^ 
Grimm, in 1791: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [AM. Burrell, 5678. 
fol. 31.] 

Lordlington, in the parish of Racton. See Racton. 

Loxwood Place and Chapel, in the parish of Wisborongh Oreen* 
See WisBOROUGH. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Lullington Cbftpd ; dfmwB 
by J. Lambert: 8 in. x 6^ ia. \\AikL Bumlls 5878« 

fol. 7«.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of J 
Church; drawn by J. Lambert r 
rell, 5677. fol. 75.] 



I 

I 

I 



snsBX. 967 

i view of the ruins of Calceto Priory, in the parish of 

Lyminsler, near Arundel ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 ; 

lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. i«.] 

A tinted south Tiew of Madhurst Church; drawn by S, H. 

Grimm, in 1791: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. lAdd. Burrell, 6678. 

fol. 4.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Mailing Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1775 : 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5676. fol. 88.] 

Xwo views, in Indian ink, of ruins at Old Mailing; drawn 

by J. Lambert: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 90.] 
A colored view of Southeram Chapel, in the parish of South 

Mailing, near Lewes; drawn by J. Lambert: 1 f. 10 in. x 

1 f. i in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 86.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Southeram Chapel, in the parish of 

South Mailing, drawn by J. Lambert, Jun. : 8 in. X 8 in. 

lAdd. Burrell, 5677. fol. 2e.] 

A colored south-east view of Upper Stoneham Farm, in the 
parish of South Mailing, "belonging to William Burrell, 
Esq."; drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1781 : I f. 2 in, x 
lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 9i.] 

A colored view of Upper Slonehana Farm, in the parish of 
South Mailing, " the property of Sir William Burrell, Bart." ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOj- in. x 7} in. lAdd. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 9?.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Malliog Deanery, "the seat of 
Mr. Serjt. Kempe"; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1783: each 
10 in. X 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. BO.j 

A tinted view of " Seijt. Kempe's at Mailing, taken from Baldy's 
Garden, in the CJiffe"; drawn by S. H. Grimm r 10^ in. x 
7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 92.] 

View, in Indian ink, of " the seat of Luie Spence, Esq.," at 
Mailing; drawn by J. Lambert: 10^ in. x 8 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. at.] 

Colored drawings of various antiquities discovered in Mailing 
Downs ; by J. Lambert : 1 f 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5676. fol. 87.] 

, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of North Marden 
ich i drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq. ; 8 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
bl. ii7.] 



V tluted view of Watergale, 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Burrell, 5076. fol. 96.] 



I the parish of Up Mardenf 



1791 : lOiin. x 7^ i 



[Add. 



A soctb-east view, in Indian ink, of Maresfield Town, taken 
from the road J drawn by J.Lambert: lOj in. X 8 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol, 9i.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Maresfield Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 9 in. x 7^ in. lAdd. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 96.] 

A colored north-east view of Maresfield Church, Sussex ; drawn 
in 1786: 1 f. X 11 in. [* SLII. .W.] 

A tinted view of "Mr. Newnham's house," at Maresfield; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 91.] 

Markly, in the parish of Warbleton. See Warbleton. 

Masca]], East, in the parisli of Lindfield. See Linufield. 

May's Place, in the parish of Selmeston. SeeSELMESTON. 

A colored view of Mayfield Place and Church; drawn in 1787: 
11 in. x 7^ in. [A XLii. 5S. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Mayfield Church ; drawn 
byJ.Lambert: 1 f.2in. x II in. [.^rfd. Burrell, 5676. fol. 55.] 

A tinted view of Mayfield, " taken at about a mile diaUnt, on 
the Tunbridge Wells road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 
lOj in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. w,] 

A colored west view of Mayfield Church and Place : SJ in. X 
7 in. [tt xui. iS. fi.] 

A colored view of the south front of the ancient palace of 
the Archbishops of Canterbury, at Mayfield ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: I f. 3 in. X lOj in, lAdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

3,.] 

A colored view of the [west?] side of Mayfield Palace ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol. ».] 
A tinted north-east view of Mayfield Hall and Palace ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. BnTrell, 

S671.fol. ,16.] 



4 



A tinted view of the inn 
8. H. GriniD. i" 



*alac«; 



drawn by 
BnfTeli, 



Indian iDk, of the great hall at MaySeld Palace ; 
drawn on a scale of \th of an inch to a foot, by J. Lambert : 
1 f. 1 in. X 8^ in. [Add. Bunell, 5676. fol. 54.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance into the great hall at 
Mayfield Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOJ in. 
X 7j in. [Jdd. Biirrell, 5671. fol. 34.] 

A colored view of the interior of the great ball of Mayfield 

Palace; drawn by S. H, Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. 

[Jdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 3*.] 
A Unted view of the west end of the hall of May&eld Palace ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: 8 in. x 6^^ in. [Add. 

BuTTelt, 5671. fol. 35.] 

A tinted view of the buttery and staircase at the west end of the 
hall of Mayfield Palace; drawn byS. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 
7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 35.] 

A tinted view of the buttery at the west end of the great hall 
of Mayfield Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 35.] 

Dramngs, in Indian ink, of doors and arches in the hall of 

Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5671. fol. .13.] 
Drawings, in Indian ink, of six sculptured brackets in the great 

hall at Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7} in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 33.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a carved stone chair at the east end 

of the hall of Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm : 8 in. x 4 

in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. M.] 

A Unted view of " Mr. Baker's house," at Mayfield ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm : lOj in, x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

«.] 
A tinted view of the " south front of Mrs. Dalrymple's, at 

Gatehouse," in the parish of Mayfield; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : lOj in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 37.] 

Michelgrove, in the parish of Clapham. See Cl&phah. 
. Michelham Priory, in the parish of Hailshara. See Hail- 



PUiddleham, in the parish of Ringmer. See Rinomer. 

A tinted west view of Midhurst Town ; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in 1 785 : lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5675. fol. 

«.] 



A tinted view of Watergate, in ihe parish of Up Marilen; 
drawn by S. H. Grimni, in 1791 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5075. fol. 96.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Maresfield Town, taken 
from ifae road ; drawn by J. Lambert: (Of in. x 8 in. [Jdd. 
Bmrell, 5676. fol. 9+.] 

A nortb-east view, in Indian ink, of Mares6eld Cburch ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 9 in. x 7^ in. lAdd. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 96.] 

A colored north-east view of Maresfield Church, Sussex ; drawn 
in 1786: 1 f. x 11 in. [dP xlii. 3i.] 

A tinted view of "Mr. Newnham's house," at Maresfield; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 54,] 

Markly, in the parish of Warbleton. See Warbleton. 

Mascall, East, in the parisli of Lindfield. See Lindfield. 

May's Place, in the parish of Selmeston. See Sblmeston. 

A colored view of Mayfield Place and Church ; drawn in 171 
11 in. x 7}- in. [fi xLii. 53. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Mayfield Church ; drawn 
byJ.Lambert: 1 f.2in. x Uin. [.^drf. Burrell, 5676. fol. 55.] 

A tinted view of Mayfield, " taken at about a mile distant, on 
the Tanbridge Wells road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 
lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 40.] 

A colored west view of Mayfield Church and Place : SJ in. X 
7 in. [* XLII. fj3.b.] 

A colored view of the south front of the ancient palace of 
the Archbishops of Canterbury, at Mayfield ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: I f. 3 in. x lOj in. {_Add Burrell, 5671. fol 

31-] 

A colored view of the [west? ] side of Mayfield Palace ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. M.] 

A tinted north-east view of Mayfield Hall and Palace ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1 78.3 : lOj in. x 7j^ in, [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. ?6.] 

A tinted view of the inner court at Mayfield Palace ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in I7«3: lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
8«t71. fol. ,!<;.] 



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I 
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^la^iDiii^an ink, of the great hall at Majfield Palace ; 
drawn on a scale of ^th of an inch to a. foot, by J. Lambert : 
1 f. 1 in. X 8i in. [Add. Buirell, 5676. fol. .-ii.] 

■ View, in Indian ink, of the entrance into the great ball at 
I Majfield Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : 101 ™- 
X 7i in. [Jdd. Burrell, 567!. fol. 3i.] 

A colored view of the interior of the great ball of Mayfield 

Palace; draivn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. 

[Jdd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 3S.] 
A tinted view of ibe west end of the hall of Mayfield Palace; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: 8 in. x 6^ in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5671. fol. .ts.] 

A tinted view of the buttery and staircase at the west end of the 
hall of Mayfield Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 Oi in. x 
7i in. [^dd. Burrell, 5671. fol. 35.] 

A tinted view of the buttery at the west end of the great ball 
of Mayfield Palace; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7J 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 35.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of doors and arches in the hall of 

Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5671. fol. 33.] 
Drawings, in Indian ink, of six sculptured brackets in the great 

hall at Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. X 7i in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 33.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a carved stone chair at the east end 

of the hall of Mayfield Palace ; by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. x 4 

in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 34.] 

A tinted view of" Mr. Baker's house," at Mayfield ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

A tinted view of the " south front of Mrs. Dalrymple's, at 
Gatehouse," in the parish of Mayfield ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10} in. X 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 37.] 

Michelgrore, in the parish of Clapham. See Clipham. 
Michelham Priorj-, in the parish of HaJIsham. See Hail- 
shah. 
Middleham, in the parish of Ringmer. See Ringmer. 

tinted west view of Midburst Town ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1785: lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 567.^. fol. 

«.] 



A tinted north-west view of Midhiirst Church ; drawn by S* I 
Grimm, in 1790: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Buirell, 5675. f 



A tinted view of part of Midhurst Town, " and Lady Cathai 
Courtney's House, from St. Anne's Hill " ; drawn by S. 
Grimm : lOj in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. as.] 

A tinted view of a " house al Midhurst, formerly belonging to 
the chapel of St. John of Jerusalem, and keeps still a court 
of its own, now a dwelling-house"; by S. H. Grinun, in 
1791 : 10^ in. x 7^ iu. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. St.] 

A tinted view of " inclosed ground at Midhurst, full of founda- 
tions, called St. Anne's Hill, the scite of the ancient mansion 
of the Bohuns of Midhurst"; drawn by S, II. Grimm, in 
1785 : lOj in. x 7| in. [Add. Burrell, S675. fol. aa.] 

A tinted view of Great Todham, near Midhurst ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOJ in. X 7| in. [Add. Burrell, 

5676. fol. so.] 
A Unted view of the interior of the upper room at Great Tod- 

hara; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: 10^ in, x 7j in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. si.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved ceiling in the lover room 
at Great Todham; by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: 5 in. 
in. [Add. BurreU, 5675. fol. ei.] 

Midlavant. See Latant. 

Milland House, in the parish of Trotton. 



See Tbotton. 

See FiN- 



Montham or Muntham, in the parish of Findon. 

DON. 

Moor, in South Ambersham. See Ahberbham. 
More Place, in the parish of Wiv els Geld. See Wivelspibuk * 
Moulscombe House, in the parish of Patcham. See Patcbau. 
Mount Cabum, in the parish of Glynde. See Glynde. 

A tinted south-west view of Mountfield Church ; drawn by J. 

Lambert; 9J in. x 6i in. [Add. Buirell, 5676. fol. 19.] 
A tinted north-east view of Mountfield Court Lodge; drawn 



e 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. 



by S, H. Grimm : lOi^ i 

fol. 53.] 

A tinted iiorth-east view of North Mundham Church; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1789; lOJ in. x TJ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 48.] 



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261 



See Southern Coast of England, in vol. 



I 



i tinted view of Laythorne House, in the parieh of North 
Mundham ; drawn byS, H. Grimm, in 1791 : 10^ in. xTj- in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5G7fl. fol. yr.] 

Muntham, in the parish of Findon. See Findon. 

Mnntham, in the parish of Ilitchingfield. See Hitching- 

PIELD. 

Newhaven River. 

!. p. 92. 
A north-eaHt view, in Indian ink, of Newhaven Church; 

drawn by J. Lambert: 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677, 

fol. 31.] 

A tinted north view of Newhaven Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1787: 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. 
fol. 15.] 

A tinted view of Newhaven Bridge ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1787: lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. «.] 

A tinted view of "Mr. Humphrey's" house at Newhaven; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. IS.] 

A south-weBt view, in Indian ink, of Newick Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7j in. [Add. BurreJ], 5676. 
fol. 97.] 

A west view, in bistre, of Newick Church ; drawn in 1787 
in. X 5 in. [sb XLtt.56.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Newick Park, " the seat of the Rt. 
Hon. Lady Vernon"; drawn by J. Lambert, Jun.,inl783: 
1 f. 2 in. X 10} in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 54.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the school at Newick Park, endowed 
by the Hon. Louisa Barbara Vernon, in 1771 ; drawn by S. 
I H. Grimm, in 1783 : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
I fol. .M.] 

New Shoreham. See Shoreham. 

A tinted view of New-Timber Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1787 : 10} in. X 7} in. iAdd. Burrell, 5672. 
fol. ir4.] 

A tinted east view of New-Timber Place; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. a*.] 



H 



A south-west view, in Indi 
Lambert: 8 in. X B in. 



[Add. 



ink, of NinMd Church ; by J. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. u.] 



262 SUSSEX. 



A view, in Indian ink, of Standard Hill Hoose, in the psridi 
of >^field; drawn hj J. Lambert: 9 in. x 9 in. {Add. 
Barren, 5676. fol. fS.] 

A tinted riew of Brickwall, in the parish of Noidiham or Nor- 
thiam; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10)^ in. x 7|^ in. [Add. 
BoneD, 5670. fol. 4.] 

A tinted north-east riew of North Chapel ; drawn bj S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: lOt^ in. x 7^ in. {Add. Bondl, 5674. 

fol 54.] 

Northease, in the parish of BodmflL SeeBooiOLL. 

North Mondham. See Muitdham. 

Nnnnerp^, in the parish of Roq^en. See Rosfeh. 

A tinted view of Sedgewick Park, in the parish of Nothamt ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1786: lOi^ in. x 7|^ in. [Add. 
Bnnell, 5673. fol. is.] 

Nyton or Knighton, in the parish of Aldingbonme. See 
Aldikgboubkb. 

Oat Han, in the parish of Wirelsfidd. See Witeijbfikld. 

OflTham Place, in the parish crf'Hamsej. See Haiukt. 

Qffington, in the parish of Broadwater. See Bboadwatsk. 

Okendean House, in the parish of Cowfold. See CowFOLn. 

Old Lodge Farm, in the parish of Hartfidd. See Hakt- 

FIELD. 

Old Mailing. See ILlllikg. 
Old Shoieham. See Shobeham. 



A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ore Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert : l(^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. BuireD, 5676. foL S7.] 

A tinted riew of Ore Church and Place; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1783: 10^ in. x 7) in. [Add. BuneD, 5670. 
fol. s«.] 

Ote Han, in the parish of Wirelsfield. See WirsLSFiELn. 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Oreing Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambot, in 1776 : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add, Bundl,5677. 

fol. 77.] 



A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ovingdean Church; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. Bnnell, 5677. 

fol. 5S,] 



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SUSSEX. 263 

A colored south view of Ovingdean Church, near Brighton; 
drau-n in 1786; 10 in. x 7 in. [A xlh. 57.] 

Oiney Island. See Southern Coast of England, in vol. i. 
p. 92. 

PacksMll, in the parish of LindfielJ. See Lindfield. 

St. Pancrace Priory, in Lewes. See Lewes. 

A tinted south-west view of Parham Place; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in 1780: lOJ in. x 7^^ in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 5.] 

Pashley, in the parish of Ticehurst. See Ticehurst. 

A tinted view of Patcham Church and Place, taken from the 

lane leading to the church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 

3 in. X lOj^ in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5672. fol. n.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Patcham Church ; drawn 

by J. Umbert : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. «.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Richard Shelley, 

Esq., (who died in 1594,) on the north side of the chancel of 

Patcham Church ; by J. Lambert : I f. 4^ in. x 1 f. I in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. «.] 
A tinted view of the south front of Moulscombe House, in the 

parish of Patcham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOjin. x 7j-in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 6b.]" 
A view, in Indian ink, of Patching Church ; drawn by J. Lam- 
bert, in 1777 : 7 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. ?3.] 
Paxhill, in the parish of Lindfield. See Lindfield. 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Peasemarsh Church ; 

drawn by J. Lambert; 9 in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol, 5.] 
A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Penhurst Church ; drawn 

by J. Lambert: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. la.] 
Penn'a Rocks, in the parish of Withyam. See Withvam. 
A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Pett Church ; drawn by J. 

Lambert: lOj in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 13.] 

A tinted north-west view of Petworth Church ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1789 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 

M.) 
A^tinted drawing of the monument of one of the Percy family, 

on the north wall of Petworth inner chancel; by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1780: 10^ in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 

fol. s..] 



264 SUiBKX. 



Drmwiogv, id pen and ink, of Tarions coats of anns ot Pory, 
etc., in the east window of the chancel of Petworth Cfaoich ; 
by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6^ in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5d74. foL 

52.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Dawtiejr, on the # 

north wall of the inner chancel at Petworth ; by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1780 : 6^ in. X 6 in. lAdd. BurreU, 5674. foL 5S.] 

Two tinted views of the exterior and interior of Petworth Gaol ; 
drawn in 1791, by S. H. Grimm: each 10|> in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. u.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Petworth House, ^ the seat of 
[George O^iyen] Wyndham, Earl of Egremont ;** drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1780 : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [Add. Borrell, 5674. 

fol. 55.] 

A tinted view of the north side of Petworth Garden ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Bnrrell, 
5678. fol. 17.] 

A tinted view of ^Mr. Ayling^s" house at Petworth ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOt^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell^ 5678. 

fol. 10.] 

A tinted view of New Grove, at Petworth ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1794 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. foL 

10.] 

Pevensey. See Southern Coast op England, in vol. i. p. 92. 

A tinted distant view of Pevensey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10^ in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 5.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Pevensey Church ; by J. 
Lambert, in 1777 : 10 in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 

A tinted view of Pevensey Castle and Willington Hills, taken 
from the inner part of the ruins of the castle ; drawn by 9. 
H. Grimm : 11| in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. id.] 

A tinted view of Pevensey Town and Castle, taken from the 
Warbling road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10}^ in. 
X d| in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 57.] 

A colored view of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by J. Lambert : 
10^ in. X 8i in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. er.] 4 

A tinted bird's-eye view of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. Hr 
Grimm : 1 f. x 8j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 58.] 



8US8SX. 265 

Nineteen tinted views of Pevensey Castle, shewing the whole of 
the exterior and interior as taken from different points ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: each lOJ in. x 4^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. ff. 6J-68.] 

A tinted view of part of the interior of Pevensey Castle ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Biinell, 5678. 

fol. 5.] 

A tinted view of the arch of the gate of the inner court of 
Pevensey Castle, taken from the east side of the court; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 5J in. x 4|- in. [Add. Burrell, 
5761. fol. 71.] 

Two tinted views of the tower on the north side of the inner 
court gate of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1783: each 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 6671. fol. 7i.] 

A tinted view of the postern or south gate of the inner court of 
Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : 10^ in. 
X 7 J- in. [Add. Burrell, 6671. fol. 69.] 

Two tinted views of the interior of the south bastion of 
the inner court of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1783: each lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

70.] 

A tinted view of the descent to the sally port in the north wall 
of the inner court of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 6 in. x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 69.] 

A tinted view of the sally port on the west side of the north- 
west bastion of Pevensey Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
6 J in. X 6 J in. [Add. Burrell, 6671. fol. 7o.] 

A tinted view of an ancient building in Pevensey Town ; 
drawn by S. p. Grimm: lOj in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 57.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Piddinghoe Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 

31.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Piecombe Church ; by J. 
Lambert : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 47.] 

A tinted view of Wolsenbury or Wolstonbury Hill, in the 
parish of Piecombe, taken from Herstperpoint Churchyard, in 
1780; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5672. fol. 23.] 

Pitt's Hill, in the parish of Tillington. See Tillkngton. 

VOL. II. M M 



A norlli-easl view, iu Indian ink, of Playdon Church, with paj 
of Romney Marsh; drawn by J. Lambert: 1. f. X 91 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. G.] 

A south-cast view, in Indian ink, of Pliimpton Church ; drawn 

by J. I^mbert : 9 in. x 8 in. lAdd. Burrell, 5677. fol. 50.] 
A tinted south view of Plumpton Church j drawn by S. H. 

Grimm : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 6672. fol. 'a.] 
A tinted view of the west front of Plumpton Place ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 71 iu. [Add. Burrell, 567* 

fol. 8.] 
A colored view of the east side of the remains of the Preceptory 

of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, at Poling ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : lOj in. x 71 in. [Add. Burrell. 

5674. fol. 11.] 
A colored drawing of the figure of St. JameB in ihc cbancel 

window of Poling Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 5j in. x 2j in. 

lAdd. Burrell, 5674. fol. ii.] 
A tinted south view of Portsladc ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, ia 

1787 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. in.] 
A south view, in Indian ink, of Portsladc Church ; drawn by 

J. Lambert; 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. Ibl. la.] 
Possiugworlh, in the j»arisli of Waldron. See Waldron. 
A colored view of the ruins of Poyning's, taken from the tnni- 

pike road, on the south side of the toll-gate ; drawn by S. If. 

Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [Add. Burrell, 567'>. 

fol. Si.] 
A south-east view, in Iiidiau ink, of I'rcston Church ; drawn 

by J. Lambert : 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. m.\ 
A colored south-east view of Preston Church ; drawn in 1788; 

10 in. X 8 in. [ft XLii. 69.] 
A tinted view of the west front of Preston House, witJi part of 

the village and the downs above the village, taken from the 

high road leading from Patcbam ; drawn byS. U. Grimm, in 

1782 : 1 f. 3 in. X lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. foJ. eo.] 
A tinted south view of East Preston Church, near laViB 

Hampton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. 

[Add. Bunell, 5678. fol. 9.] 
A south-west view, in Indian ink, of East Preston Church, aeai 

Arundel ; drawn by J. Lambert: 9 in. x 71 in. [Add. But- 

rdl, 5677. fol. ;i.] 

Ji^nes, in the parish of Weslbam. See Wbsthaai- 



26T 



Pulboroiigh Church ; drawn by 
lOj m. X 7J iri. [Jdd. Burreli, 



k. tinted 1 

S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 

5678. foL ■>4.] 
A tinted view of the upper and lower mounts at Pulborough ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: 11^^ in. x 5j- in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5674. fol. ii.] 
A tinted view of the upper mount at Pulborough ; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in 1780: llj in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell', 5G7-1. 

fol. ik] 
A timed view of the lower mount at Pulborough, with the re- 
mains of a wall; dranii by S. U. Grimm, in 1780: 11^ in. 

X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. ti.] 
A tinted south-east view of Racton Church, and the tower in 

Stanstead Park ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : 10^ in. x 

7J in. [Add. Burrell, 3675. fol. w.] 

Crawing, in Indian ink, of Sir Geo. Gounter's monument in 
the chancel of Racton Church ; by S. H. Grimm: 8 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. u.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of one of the Counter 
family, on tlie north side of Ihe chancel of Racton Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm : 6^ in. X 6^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. 41.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Charles 
Gounter Nicoll, on the north side of the chancel of Racton 
Church; by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x fij in. [Ad4. Bur- 
rell, 5675. fol. 40.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Racton House ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1782: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 3675. 
fol. «.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the hall of Racton 
House; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1799: lOJ in. x 7}- in. 
iAdd. Burrell, 5675. fob 4i.] 

A tinted view of Lordington [Lordlington ?], in the parish of 
Racton ; drawn by S, H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7^ in. 
IAdd. Burrell, 5678. fol. i8.] 

A tinted view of the east side of Slanstead Tower, in the parisli 
of Racton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 178-2 : 10^ in. x 7^ 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 44.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Ringnier Church ; drawn by J. Lam- 
bert : 9^ in. X 6^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. bi.] 

A colored view of Ringmer Chiircb, near Lewes ; drawn about 
1790 : I f. 4 in. x 7i in, [sb XLii. 60,] 

M M '2 



M^ iCSSEX. 

A lint/^i viea' of Ricgmer Park; drawn Lj S. H. Grioini, in 
17i^.'}: 10 i in- x TJ in. IJdd. BorreQ, 5^71. ibL &3,j 

A Tiew, in Indian ink. of Middleham, in the parish of Rrngmery 
" Mr. Shadweirs" ; drawn bj J. Lambert, in 17S3: 1 f. x 
9J in. [J Jrf. Barrel!, 5676. fol. 34.] 

A tinted riew of Col. Blount's hoose at Ringmer; drawn bj 
J. Lambert, in 17S3: 11 in. x 8 in. [J^. BnrreU, 5676. 
fol. i'j.J 

A tinted view of the east front of Broyle I^ace, in the parish of 
Ringmer ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17S5: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Jdd. Barrel!, 5671. fol. w.j 

A tinted \ iew of Corsica Hall, in the parish of Ringmer ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10| in. x 7| in. [Add. BnrreU, 5671. 
fol. 93] 

A sonth-east view, in Indian ink, of Ripe Chnrch ; drawn bj 
J. Lambert : 10^ in. x 8 in. ^Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 60.] 

Riverhall, in the parish of Frant. See Frant. 

Robertsbridge or Rotherbridge Abbey, in the parish of Sale- 
hurst See Salehurst. 

A sonth-east view, in Indian ink, of Rodmill Church ; drawn by 
J. Lambert, in 1777 : 9 in. x 7^ in. [Add, Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 30.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the mins of Northease, in the parish 
of Rodmill; drawn by J. Lambert: 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5677. fol. w.] 

A tinted north-east view of Rogate Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1791 : 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

fol. 1?.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Durford Priory, in the parish 
of Rogate; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: 10 J in. x 
7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 28.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Durford Priory ruins ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 23.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Durford Priory ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1782: lOj in. x 7 J in. [Add, Burrell, 
5675. fol. 29.] 

A tinted view of Vining House, in the parish of Rogate ; draiim 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. 12.] 



, view, in Indian ink, of Rotherfield Church ; 
draB-n by J. Lambert: in. x 9 in. [Add. Uiirrell, 5676. 
fol. 50.] 

A tinted view of Rotherfield Church, taken from the turnpike 
gate at Mark Cross ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 10|^ in. X 7j 
in. [Add. Bunell, 5671. fol. t3.] 

A tinted south view of Rotherfield Church, taken " from the 
hill above the Rectory House"; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1785 : lOj in. X 7i in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5671. fol. 'iS.] 

A west view, in pencil, tinted, of Rotherfield Church ; drawn 
in 1786 : lOJ in. x 8 in. [fi xui. 6J.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of the chapel and school 
at Crowborow, in the parish of Rotherfield; drawn by J. 
Lambert: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5676. fol. i^.] 

A tinted north-east view of the Hall, in the parish of Rother- 
field; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOj^ in. X 7j in. 
[Add. Bnrrell, 5671. fol. 32.] 

A tinted north view of Wilshes, in the parish of Rotherfield, 
"formerly belonging to Sir Henry Fermor, Bart."; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol, 82.] 

k tinted view of " a singular rock at Boar's Head Street, in 
the road leading to Uckfield," in the parish of Rotherfield j 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : lOJ in. x 74 in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. t.] 

North and south views, in Indian ink, of rocks at Boar's Head 
Street; drawn by J. Lambert, in 1784: each 4j in. diam. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. w.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rottingdean Church ; drawn by J. 
Lambert: 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677- fol. sa.] 

A colored view of Rottingdean Church ; drawn in 1786 : 1 f. 
4 in. X 10 in, [i& xlii. 6i. «.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Balsdean Chapel, in the 
parish of Rottingdean; drawn by J. Lambert: 8 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. sa.] 

Rongbey Place, in the parish of Horsham. See Horsham. 

Rowdell House, in the parisli of Washington. See Washing- 
ton. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the south front of " Rowfant," taken 
from the road; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. X 7 J in. 
[Atid. Burrell, 5673. fol. 49.] 



A tinted south-west view of Riwlgewick Clmrch ; drawn by 
S. H. Griinm, in 1790 : 10|^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Bmrell, 
5678. fol. 33.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Rumboldswyke Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1776 : 8 in. X 8 in. [Add. Bur- 
rcll, 5677. fol. 79.] 

A colored view of the west front of Nunnery, in the parish of 
fiusper; drawn by S, H. Grimm: 1 f . 3 in. x lOJ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. i.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Ruslington Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert: 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 74.] 

A tinted south-west view of Rustington Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. 33.] 

Rye Harbour. See Southern Coast of England, in vol. i. 
pp. 92, 93. 

A colored view of Rye, " from the hill above Mr. Lamb's 
house ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. a.] 

A colored view of Rye Harbour and Camber Castle ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Barrel], 
5670. fol. 14.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Rye Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 1 f. 3 in. x U in. [iAdd. Burrell, 5676, 
fol. 7.] 

A tinted view of the Friery Cbapel at Rye ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7j- in. [_Add. Burrell, 5070. 
fol. 17.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rye Castle; drawn by J. Lambert: 
llj in. X 9J in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. a.] ' 

A colored view of Ipres or Ypres Tower at Rye, " now the 
prison ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. X 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. i5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Land Gate at Rye ; drawn by J. 
Lambert: 9 in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. b.] 

A colored view of the north or Land Gate at Rye ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 71 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 

16.] 



i section of the iiortli-cast tower of the Land Gate at 
Rye; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 16.] 

A tinted view of the south or Strand Gate at Rye ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in !784: lOj in. x 7i in. [Jdd. Burrell, 
3670. fol. 17.] 

|- A tinted view of Mr. LamVs house at Rye ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1784: lOJ^ in. x 7^ in. lAdd. BuitcH, 5670. 
fol. 15.] 

I A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Salehurst Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1781 : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. 15.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Rotherbridge, now called 
Robertsbridgo Abbey, in the parish of Salehurst ; drawn by 
J. Lambert, Jun., in 1783: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5676. fol. 18.] 

■A colored north-west view of the remains of Robertsbridge 
Abbey; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOj^ in. x 7j in. 
iJdd. Burrell, 5670. fol. 5B.] 

I A tinted view of the ruins of Robertsbridge Abbey ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOj in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. 57.] 

[ Elevation, in Indian ink, of the south aide of Robertsbridge 
Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. I in. x 8J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 5s.] 

View, in Indian inli,oftberuinaofpartof Robertsbridge Abbey; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1778 : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5676. fol. 16.] 

A tinted view of part of the interior of the ruins of Roberts- 
bridge Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOJ in. x 
71 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 56.] 

' View, in Indian iuli, of the ruins of the chapel at Robertsbridge 
Abbey; drawn by J, Lambert, Jun., in 1783: 1 f. 1 in. x 
9J in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. ib.] 

\ View, in Indian ink, of the rains of the chapel at Robertsbridge 
Abbey; drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1782: 1 f. I in. x 
9^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. i7.] 

A tinted view of the south side of the chapel at Robertsbridge 
Abbey; drawn by S. II. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. :-<6.] 



A lioted view of the interior of tlie chapel of Robertsbridgi 
Abbey; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1763: lOi in. x 7J in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 5ii.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of a room at Roberlsbridge 
Abbey, in the parish of Salehurst ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
104 in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. ,w.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Iridge, in the parish of Sale- 
hnrst; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1783: lOJ in. x 7J in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. sa.] 

A tinted view of the north front of Wigsill, in the parish of 
Salehurst; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 17B4: lOj^ in. x 7j 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. J.] 

Great Sanders, in 

COMBE. 



the parish of Sedlescombe. See Sbdls^ 



Sanlhill, near East Grinstead. See Grinstead. 

Scot&ey, in the parish of Lamberhurst. See LAMBBiiHtTRSTJ 

A tinted view of Seaford town, taken from the beach ; draw 



4 



: 7i in. {Add. Burrell, 



by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOj i 
5671. fol. 63.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Seaford Church; drawn 
by J. Lambert ; 9 in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 76.] 

Drawings, in pen and ink, of three ancient grave stones at Sea- 
ford Church ; copied by J. Lambert, in 1782, from a drawing 
by Mr. Elliot : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 J in. lAdd. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 77.] 

A tinted view of "Mr. Harrison's house, [Sutton Place, in Sea- 
ford?] from the road leading to Seaford;" drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1785: lOJ in. x 7j in. [Add, Burrell, 5671. 
fol. ai.] 

Sea houses, at Last Bourne. See Boubne. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Seclle»coniW Duiri:)) ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in I dl: 10} in. X '^ ■ 
Burrell, 5676. fol. yo.] 

A tinted south-east ^new ol x'""' tndi. Ln.i^n >>> 

S. H. Grimm, in 1788- ■>- w*' 'i-i 

5670. fol. 53.] 

A tinted drawing of Hi 
Church, near Balllt; 
Burrell, 5670. fol. 



A tinted north-west view of Sedlescotnbe " alias Selscome " 

Place; drawn by S, H. Grimm, in !783: lOJ in. x TJ in. 

[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. s-i.] 
Drawings, in Indian ink, of carved gable ends, dated 1593, at 

Sedlescombe Place ; by S. H, Grimm : 3 in. x 2 in, [Add. 

Burrell, 5670. fol. 5i.] 

^ tinted view of Great Sanders, in the parish of Sedleacombe ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: 10^^ in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5670. fol. S4.] 

Sedgenick Park, in the parish of Nuthurst. See Nuthubst. 
A tinted north-west view of Selham Church ; drawn by S. H. 

tGrinun.in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 
3«.] 
north-west view, in Indian ink, of Selmeston Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1780 : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5676. 
fol. 74.] 
drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in the north side of the 
chancel of Selmeston Church ; by S, H. Grimm, in 1787 : 
lOj^ in. X 7i in. [Add. BuiTell, 5671. fol. 59.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of May's Place, in Selmeston ; drawn by 
J. Lambert, in 1783: 9 in. x 9 in. [Add. Bunell, 6676. 
fol. 61.] 
A colored north view of Sherrington, in the parish of Selmeston ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 59.] 
A tinted south view of Selsey Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 

in 1790: lOj in. x 1^ in. [Add. Burrell, &67S. fol. ri.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in Selsey Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790 : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5675. fol. 71.] 
utiuled view of the mount in Selsey Churchyard ; drawn by 
p. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
ma. fol. «■.] 

ISald Place, in ibc parish of Flelching. See Fletching. 
-•" J^bey , ill th« paridi ' Linclimere. See Linchmehe. 
'•••■ 'n TodiB k, of Shermanbury Church ; 
..--': 9) 71 in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5677. 



it of Shermanbury Place, 
in. X 6^ in. [Add. a 



274 acasEX. 

A aoulli view, in Indian inl<, of Sherman bury Place, " 1779,1 

longing to JohnChallen, Esq.;" drawn by J. Lambert : 8 in. 

X 6i in. [Add. Burrellj 5C77. fol. fit.] 
Sherrington, in tlie parish of Selmcston. See Selueston. 
Shillingley Place, in ihe parish of Kirdford. See Kird?obd. 
A tinted north view of Shipley Church ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1788: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [_Add. Burrell, 5673. 

fol. «:i.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of one of the doors of Shipley Church : 

7 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. i!.i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of Sir Thomas Caryll's monument, a.d. 
1616, on the north side of the chancel of Shipley Church ; 
by S. H, Grimm: 10 in. x 7^ in.: with a aeparate drawing 
of the figures, 10 iji. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 

fol. ^4.] 

A tinted north-east view of the ruins of Knepp Caslle, in the 
parish of Shipley ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : lOJ in. 
X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. ei.] 

A tinted view, looking towards the north, of Knepp PoDd; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: 10^ in. x 7j in. Z4dd. 

Burrell, 5673. fol. a*.] 
A tinted view of the west side of Knepp Pond; drawn by S. 

II. Grimm, in 1789: lOj in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. 

tbl. 'je.] 

A colored view of Knepp Pond, taken from the Mill; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: lOj in. x 74 in. [Add.'Bm- 
rell, 5673. fol. i9.] 

A tinted distant view of the Dovfns, " from an acre near the 
Court Cottage, on Ihe Knep estate"; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in 1789: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrdl, ^^^ 
fol. so.] 

A tinted north-east view of New Buildings in Sfatpltv 
byS. H. Grimm, in 1788: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Jdi 
8673. fol. 19.] 

A tinted view of Hookland Patch, in Shipley ; dnw 
Grimm, in 1788: lOf in. x 7^ in. [Jdd, Bo 

fol. J9.1 

Shoesmilhs, in the parish of Wadhurst. S(Wj 
Shoreham. See Southern Coast OF '. 
p. 91. 



SUSSEX. 275 

A tinted west view of Old and New Shoreham ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1790 : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 63.^ 

A colored south-west view of New Shoreham Church, with the 
ruins of the nave, ^^ taken from the street abutting on the 
west side of the church-yard"; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
1 f. 3 in. X 10^ in. [Add. BurreU, 5673. fol. 43.] 

A colored north-east view of New Shoreham Church, taken 
from the comer of the church-yard; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1782 : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 45.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the chancel of New 
Shoreham Church, taken from the gallery at the west end ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 10|^ in. [Ackl. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 41.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of capitals and arches in New Shore- 
ham Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f . 1 in. x 10^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. 42.] 

A colored view of '^ the Church and north transept of Old 
Shoreham, also of the New Bridge, taken from a field on the 
north side of the church, 1782"; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
1 f. 3 in. X lOj in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 44.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Old Shoreham Church, 
taken in 1769; drawn in 1783, by J. Lambert: 10^ in. x 
8J in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 6«.] 

" Internal view," in Indian ink, " of the cross of Old Shoreham 
Church ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: lOj in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 46.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the arch of the north cross of Old 
Shoreham Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: 7 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 46.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Buckingham, " the seat of 
Colville Bridger, Esq.," in the parish of Old Shoreham; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. 
[Add. BurreU, 5673. fol. 40.] 

A tinted view of Erringham Chapel, in Old Shoreham, with 
the ground plot of the chancel ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOJ in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 47.] 

A colored view of the west front of En'ingham House, in Old 
Shoreham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 10 J in. x 7 J 
in. [Add. BurreU, 5673. fol. 47.] 

N N 2 



Sboysvell, in the pariBb of Etchingham. See ETCHm&T" 

HIM. 

A tinted north-west view of Singleton Church; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 36. J 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument on the north side of 
tlie chancel of Singleton Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 6 in. x 
6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 36.] 

Colored drawings of four ancient tiles in Singleton Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm: each 6 in. x 6 in. [iJdd. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 37.] 

A tinted south-west view of Siddilsham or Sidlesham Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOi in. x 7i in. [Add. 
BurreU, 3678. fol. 3*.] 

Sladeland, in the parish of Kirdford. See Kirdfohd. 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of monuments of the Coi 
family, in Slaugham Church; by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. X 6 
in., and 10 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. lo.j 

A tinted drawing of the sepulchral brass eifigies of one of the 
Covert family, in Slaugham Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 3.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of the monument of . . . . Lewki- 
nor, in Slaugham Churcb ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: 8 in. 
X 6i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. 3.] 

A tinted east view of the ruins of Slaugham Place ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x ?( in. [Add. Burrell, 3672.] 

A tinted west view of the ruins of Slaugham Place ; drawn by 
S. H.. Grimm, in 1787: 10 J in. x 7i in. [Add. Bumll, 
3672. fol. a.] 

A tinted view of the arches in the north front of Slaugham 
Place; drawn by S. H, Grimm: with drawings of the coals 
of arms (Covert, with alliances] : 10}^ in. x 7^ in. [Jdd, 
Burrell, 3672. fol. i.] 

Tinted drawing of arms (Covert, with alliances) in the remains 
of the front of Slaugham Place ; drawn by J. Lambert : 1 f. 
6 in. X 11 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 57.] 

Two outline plans of Ashfold Lodge and estate, in the j 
of Slaugham ; drawn on a scale of 8 chains to an inch : i 
1 r. 9 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [Add. 12,555. i. *.] 



1*5^^ 



SUSSEX. 277 

An outline plan of Ashfold Lodge and estate, on a scale of 10 
chains to an inch: 11 in. x 10 in. [Add. 12,555. /.] 

A tinted view of "Mr. Granger's'' house near Slaugham 
Green; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: I04 in. x 7 J in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. St.] 

A tinted view of Slindon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 22.] 

A tinted south-west view of Slindon Place, " the seat of ... . 
Earl of Newburgh ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. 
3 in. X 10} in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 40.] 

A tinted view of the grounds at Slindon, from the south side of 
the House ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 1 f. 3 in. x 
10} in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 4i.] 

A tinted south-east view of'Slinfold Church; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 

fol. 8.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two monuments in the north aisle 
of Slinfold Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 3 in., and 
6} in. X 3^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 8.] 

A tinted south view of Strood Place, in Slinfold ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 9.] 

A tinted view of Datsham or Dedisham, near Slinfold; by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5678. fol. 19.] 

A tinted south-east view of Sompting Church; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. BurreU, 5673. 
fol. 53.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone figure on the wall west of 
the cross at Sompting Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 6 in. x 
4J in. [Add. BurreD, 5673. fol. 53.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone figure in Sompting 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5673. fol. 53.] 

A tinted south view of Sontyng [Sompting] Abbot, ** Mr. 
Croft^s''; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : 10}^ in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 52.] 

South Ambersham. See Ambebsham. 

South Bersted. See Bersted. 



S78 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Soulbease Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 8 in. X 6i in. [Add. Burrcll, 5677. 

fol. 30.] 

South Harting. See Habtinq, 

Soulhover, in Lewes. See Lewes. 

Southeram Chapel, in the parish of South Mailing. See 

Mailing. 
South Mailing. 



See Mailing. 



A tinted south-west view of Southwick Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1787 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, S673. 
fol. 18.] 

A tinted view of the "bouse of Mr. Norton, senior," at South- 
wick; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOj in. x 74 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. m.] . 

Standard Hill House, in the parish of Ninfield. See Nin- 

FIELD. 

A tinted view of Stanmer Village ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
1787 : lOi^ in. X 7} ia [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. i*.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Stanmer Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: llj^ m. X flj in. [Add. Burrell, 5077. fol. 

44.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Stanmer Church and Park, " the seat 
of the Rt. Hon. Lord Pelbam"; drawn by J. Lamb* 
Jun., in 1783: 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. [Add. Burrell, t 
fol. «.] 

A tinted north-east view of Stanmer Place ; drawn by E 
Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5672. fol. lij] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Stanmer Place; dnvfi 
J.Lambert,Jun.,inl783: 1 f. 2 in. x lOin. [Add.Bm 
5677. fol. «.] 

A tinted view of Stanmer Park Lodge ; drawn by 8. H. C 
in 1787 ; lOj in. x 7^^ in. [Add. Burrell, 567S. fol. tS.}l 

StansteacI Park, in the parish of Stoughton. See Studqit 

Stanstead Tower, in that part of Stanslead Pork i-'tidl i* i 

parish of Racton. See Racton. 
Stantons, in the parish of East Chillingtoii 



A tinted view of Steadham Church , d 
in 1791 : 104 »"• ^ '4 in- l^dd. B 



SUSSEX. 279 ' 

A tinted south-east view of Steyning Church and Vicarage 
House, taken from the south side of the vicar^s garden, in 
1781; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5673. fol. 38.] 

A tinted north-west view of Steyning Church, 1781 ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 6673. fol. 

38.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the nave of Steyning 
Church; drawn in 1781, by S. H. Grimm: S^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 6673. fol. 39.] 

A tinted view of the remains of the Carmelite Priory at Steyning, 
founded by K. Edward II. ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 6 in. 
X 4J in. [Add. Burrell, 6673. fol. 39.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ceiling in the vicarage parlour 
at Steyning, formerly an alien Priory ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
1781 : 1 f. X 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 37.] 

A colored drawing of the portrait of St. Bridget, in a painted 
window at Steyning Vicarage ; by S. H. Grimm, 1781 : 7 J in. 
X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 37.] 

A tinted view of West Stoke Place ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1791 : lOj in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 25.] 

Stoneham Farm, in the parish of South Mailing. See Mal- 

LINO. 

Stonehouse, in the parish of Warbletou. See Warbleton. 

Stoneland, in the parish of Withyam. See Withyam. 

A colored drawing of the painted window, containing the 
figures of Brian and William de Stopham, on the north 
side of the nave of Stopham Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1780: 1 f. 8| in. x 8^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 45.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of six coats of arms in the east window 
of the chancel of Stopham Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
1780: If. X If. [Add. BurreU, 5674. fol. 46.] 

A tinted north-west view of Storrington Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1789: lOJ in. x 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 6674. 
fol. 4.] 

A tinted view of the ^^ east side of the ancient seat of the Earls of 
Arundel, at Stansted, [in the parish of Stoughton,] now con- 
verted to bames and stables, 1782^; dravm by S. H. Grimm: 
lOj in. X 7j- in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 39.] 



S60 SUSSEX. 

A linled view of the west front of Slanstead, " the seat of 

Earl of Halifax" ; drawn by S. Grimin, in 1782 : lOJ in. x 

7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 39.] 
A tinted view of "Pleasure House and Bridge, one mile south 

of Stanstead" ; drawn by S. H. Grimin, in 1782 : lOi in. X 

7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. 43.] 
A tinted view of Walderton Place, in the parish of Stoughton, 

"with a distance of Watergate hanger"; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 96.] 
A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Street Church ; drawn by 

J. Lambert : 8 in. x S in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. fol. 51.] 
A colored view of Street Place, " the ancient seat of the family 

of Dobell"; drawn byS. H. Grimm: lOJ in, x 7} in. [Add. 

Burrell, 5672. fol. 9.] 
Elevation, in Indian ink, of the door at the east front of Street 

Place ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. Barrel], 

5672. fol. 9.] 

Strood Place, in the parish of Slinfold. See Sunfold. 

A tinted south view of Sultington Church; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in 1789: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 

fol. 4.] 
Sutton Place, in Seaford. See Seaford. 
Swanborough House, in the parish of Iford. See Ifobd. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Tangmere Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1776 : 8j in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 
fol. 79.] 

Tanners, in the parish of WaJdron, See Waldron. 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Telscombe Chni 
drawn by J. Lambert: 8 in, x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5677. 

fol. 32.] 

A colored south-east view of Telscombe Church ; drawn in 
1786: 10 in. X Sin. [* xui. 6b.] 

A colored north-west view of Tarring, alias West Terring 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 10) in. x 7J in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. eO 

A colored south view of ~ 

to have been ereel 
S. H. Grimm, in 

5673. fol. 61.] 



SUSSEX. 281 

A tinted south view of Terweek or Terwick Church ; drawu by 
S. H. GrimiD : lOJ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. Ibl. as.] 

A tinted distant south-east view of Thakeham Church ; drawn 
Lby S. H. Grimm, in 1789 : lOj in. x Tj in. [Add. Burrell, 
B 5673. fol. 36.] 

An outline drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of ... , 
Apsley, in the chancel of Thakeham Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm ; 9^ in. x 5 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 36.] 

A tinted view of Old Thakeham Place ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: \0^ in. x 5 in. [Add. Barrell, 6673. 

fol. 36.] 

A tinted south-east view of Ttcehurst Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7| in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 21.1 

A tinted view of Borzell, in the parish of Ticehurst ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 6670. 
fol. 2.] 

A tinted view of Pashley, in the parish of Ticehurst ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1783 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. t.] 

A bird's-eye view, in Indian ink, of the south front of Whiligh 
House, in the parish of Ticehurst ; copied by J. Lambert, 
" from a drawing done in 1722, in the possession of George 
Courthop, Esq.": 1 f. x 10 in. [iAdd. Burrell, 5676. fol. aa.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Whihgh, in the parish of 
Ticehurst, "belonging to Henry Courthope, Esq."; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1783: lOj^ in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. 
fol. 3.] 

lored drawings of the figure of St. James, etc., on painted 
glass, in the east window of Tillington Church; by S. H. 
Grimm, in 178! : 7^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5674 
fol. 16.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Pitt's Hill, in the parish of 
Tillington, " the seat of William Mitford, Esq.^ ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
8679. fol. IS.] 

Kit Todham, in the parish of Midhurst. See Midhurst. 

ited south-east view, of Torton or Tortington Church ; 
^ H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [Add. 

Si.] 






SeS SVSSBX. 

Elevation, in Indtan inl(, of the west front of the chancel arch 
of Torlington Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 7 in. x G 
in. [Add. Buirell, 5674. fol. 3K] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the arch of the Bonth door of Tor- 
lington Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 6 in. X 5j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. ,}4.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in Torlington 
Church ; by S. H. Griram : 5j in. x 3^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
6674. fol. 34.] 

A colored view of the lemains of the refectory of Torton 
Priory, " with part of the scite"; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1782 : 10^ in. X 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 37.] 

A tinted north-east view of Torton or Torlington Place ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 35.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Treyford Church, with measurements ; 
drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq.: 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6738. 
fol. 197.] 

A tinted south-east view of Trottoo Clnirch and Bridge, 
taken "from the hill on the east side"; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 178S : lOj in. X 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. «y.] 

A tinted drawing of the soulli side of the monument of Tho- 
mas, Lord Camoys, K.G., and Elizabeth his Svife, A. D. 1419, 
in the chancel of Trollon Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 
1780: 9^ in. x 6 in.: with a separate drawing of the se- 
pulchral brass efligies, I f. x flj in. [Add. Bnrrell, 5675. 
fol. 2.5.] 

Three tinted drawings of anonymous monuments in Trotton 
Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1780: each 8 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. -.'6.] 

A tinted view of Milland House, in the parish of Trolton, 
the seat of Richard Preston Prichard, Esq. ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1790: 10^ in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 6675. 

fol. ^7.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Twineham Church; 
drawn by J. Lamhcrl, in 1777: U in. x 7 in. [Add. Bur- 
rell, 5677. fol. 5'.'.] 

A tinted south-east view of Hicksted Place, in the parish of 
Twineham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787: lOj in. x 7J 
in. [Add. BuiTell, 6672. fol. *7.] 



SUSSEX. 283 

A Dorih-east view, in Indian ink, of Uckfield Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 

fol. 95.] 

A north-east view, in bistre, of Uckfield Church ; drawn in ' 
1786 : 7|^ in. X 4} in. [di xlii. ro. a.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of Uckfield Bridge: 11 in. x 7 in. 

[di XLII. 70, b."] 

A tinted view of the west firont of Copwood, in the parish of 
Uckfield; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10|- in. x 
7J in. [Add. BurreU, 5671. fol. 98.] 

A tinted view of the sand rocks near Uckfield, taken from the 
road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10|- in. x 7|- in. 
[Add. BurreU, 5671. fol. 98.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Udimer Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: IQ^ in. x 8 in. [Add, BurreU, 5676. 
fol. 11.] 

Verdley Castle, in the parish of Famhurst. See Farnhurst. 

Vineyard Rock, in the parish of Buxted. See Buxtbd. 

Vining House, in the parish of Rogate. See Rooate. 

Up Harden. See M arden. 

Up Park, in the parish of South Harting. See Harting. 

Upper Stoneham Farm, in the parish of South Mailing. See 
Malling. 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Wadhurst Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [Add. BurreU, 5676. 

fol. 52.] 

A tinted south-east view of Faircrouch, in the parish of Wad- 
hurst; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7J- in. [Add. 
BurreU, 5671. fol. so.] 

A tinted view of the west front of Faircrouch ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7J in. [Add. BurreU, 5671. 

fol. 20.] 

A tinted view of the south firont of Shoesmiths, in the parish of 
Wadhurst, " the property of Charles, Lord Camden"; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: 10^^ in. x 7 J in. [Add. BurreU, 
5671. fol. «i.] 

Wakehurst Place, in the parish of Ardingly. See Ardingly. 

o o 2 



A tiuled north-eaBt view of WalbertoD Churcb ; dnwn by 
S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Jdd. Bui- 
rell, 5674. fol. 39.] 

A tinted view of Walberton Place, "Mr. Nash's;" drawn 
by S. H. GrimiD, in June, 1790: lOj^ in. x 7i in. lAdd. 
Burrell, 5678. fol. ea.] 

A tinted view of Avisford Place, in the parish of Walberton, 
"the property of Admiral Montague;" drawn by S. H. 
Griomi, in June, 1790: 10iiE.x7iin. [Jrfrf. Burrell, 5674. 
fol. 39.] 

Walderton Place, in the parish of Stoughton. See Stough- 



A north-east view, iu Indian ink, of Waldron Churcb ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1783: lOjin.xSin. [/Irfd. Burrell, 
5676. fol. 56.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of Waldron Church j drawn in 1787 : 
7 in. X 4 in. [* XLii. 7i. ■!.] 

A tinted south-east view of Horeham, in the parish of Waldron, 
the property of Sir John Dyke, Bart.; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1787: lOj in. X 7^ in. ^Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 39.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Possingworth, in the parish of 
Waldron, " formerly the seat of Sir Thomas Offley " ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 
fol. 96.] 

A tinted view of the north-west front of I'ossing worth, in the 
parish of Waldron, "the property of Mrs. Dalrymple" ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : lOJ iu. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5671. fol. 3B.] 

A tinted view of the cast front of Tanners, in the parish of 
Waldron, "belonging to John Fuller, Esq., of Rosebill^'" 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [AiL' 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 37.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Warblelou Church ; dra<^ 
by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1782: 11 iu. x S in. [Add. Burr 
5676. fol. 57.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir John Lade, 

Bart., in the north aisle of Warbleton Church ; by S. H. 

: 7 in. X 6 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 7o.] 



An outline drawing of the brass sepulchral effigies of William 
Prestwyk, in the nave of Warbleton Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm: 9j in. x 6 in. {Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 7o.] 

A colored view of the east front of a houBo called " Carter's 
Comer," built in lff02, in the parish of Warbleton ; drawn in 
1785, by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. 71.] 

A tinted view of the north front of Cralle, "built 1722," in the 
parish of Warbleton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785 : 
10^ in. X 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. rs.] 

Colored drawings of coats of arms painted at Cralle; by S. H. 
Grimm : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 76.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Iwood, in the parish of War- 
bleton, "formerly the seat of the family of Alman, now a 
farm-house belonging to Mr, Smith's charity;" drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1785: lOj in. x 7^ in. [jJdrf. Burrell, 
5670. fol. 71.] 

A tinted south-east view of Markly , in Warbleton, " belonging 
to Mr. Hawes;" drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: 10 J in, 
X 7i in. lAdd. Burrell, 5670. fol. 7s.] 

A colored south-west viewof Stonehouse,in the parish of War- 
bleton, "belonging to the Rev. Henry Harcourt;" drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. 67.] 

Two tinted views of Warminghurst Place, "Mr. Richardson's;" 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: each lOj^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 35.] 

A tinted north-east view of Wamham Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1788 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Buirell, 5673. 
fol. *.] 
I Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument of ... . Caryll, in the 
north aisle of Warnham Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 1788: 
8 in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 4.] 

' A tinted south-east view of Wamham Place ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : iO^ in. x 7j^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 6.] 

I A tinted north view of Wamham Mill Pond and Wamham 
Place; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. lAdd. 
Bunell, 5673. fol. 6.] 

, A tinted south vi 
Grimm : 10^ i 



w of Wamham Mill Pond ; drawn by S. H. 
. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 6.] 



A tiDted view of Field Place, in Wamfaam ; drawn bye 
Grimm, ia 1788: 10|^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. 
fol. 9.] 



i south-east view, in Indian 
drawn by J. Lambert : 9 in. x 

fol. 35.] 



ink, of Warning Cburcb ; 
7 in. [Add. Burrell, 3676. 



A tintfid view of the north front of Windmill Hill, in the parish 
of Wattling; taken in 1784, by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 
7J in. [Afld. Burrell, 5670. fol. 73.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Wartlington Churchy 
drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1779: 10 in. x 7 in. [jidd. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. m.] 

A ^ted west riew of Washington Church; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. {Add. Bnndl, 5673. fol. 
55.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Highden House, " Sir Harr)- 
Goring's," in the pariah of Washington ; drawn by S. H, 
Grimm, in 1789: lOi^ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 567* 
foL 56.] 

A tinted distant view of Rowdell House, in the parish of Wash- 
ington; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1788 : 10^ in. X 7^ in. 
{Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 5*.] 

A tinted view of the east front of Rowdell House, in the parish 
of Washington ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1789: lOj^ in. 
X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 5S.] 

Waterdown Forest, in the parish of FranL See Fsant, 

Watergate, in the parish of Up Marden. See Mabdbn. 

A tinted north-east view of Westbome Church ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm, in 1782 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Jdrf. Burrell, 5675. 

fol. 43.] 
West Dean. Sec Dean. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Wesliield Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: lOj in. x 8 in. [Add. Burxell, 5676. fd, 
u.] 

West GrioBtead. See Gbinste&d. 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Weslham Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, in 1777 -. 10 m. X 6 in. [^(/(f. Burrell, 6676. 
Lee.] 



A linled south-east vien* of Langney Cliapel, in the parish of 
Westham ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in 1783 : lOJ- in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5(i71. fol. 56.] 

A tinted view of the south front of Glynley, in the parish of 
Westham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu 1783 : lOj in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. bi.] 

A bird's-eye view, in Indian ink, of " Priesthawes, in the parish 
of Westham, the seat of John Thetcher, Esq., 1620, taken 
from a map of that date;" drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 56.] 

A tinted north-west view of Priesthawes; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1783 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 

55.] 

A tinted south-east view of Priesjhawes ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5C71. fol. 55.] 

West Hampnett. See Hampnett. 
West Hoathley. See Hoathlev. 
West Lavant. See Lavant. 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Westmioston Chnrch; 
drawn by J. Lambert, Jun. : 10 in. x 7 in, [Add. Burrell, 
5677. fol. 51.] 

West Stoke. See Stoke. 

West Terring. See Terring. 

Whiligh, in the parish of Ticehurst. See Ticehdhst. 

A tinted Tiew of the south side of Whistou or Wiston House, and 
south-west view of Whiston Church ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, 
in 1781 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 3*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Thomas Shir- 
ley, and dame Anne his wife, at the east end of the chancel 
ofWhiston Church, 1781 ; by S.H.Grimm: 10 in. x 5j^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5IJ73. fol. su] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Shirley, on 

the south side of the chancel of Whiston Church j by S. H, 
Grimm, in 1781 : lOJ in. x 9 in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 

3..] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an anonymous monument, on the 
. north wall of the chancel of 'Whiston Church ; by S. 
■ H. Grimm, in 1781 : 9^ in. x 5 in. lAdd. Burrell, 5673. 

f fol. 31.] 



1288 SUSSEX. 

A tinted east view of Whiston near Steyning, ^^the seat of 
Charles Goring, Esq-;** drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1781 : 
1 f. 3 in. X 11 in. [Add. Bunell, 5673. foL 53.] 

A tinted view of the lodge in Whiston Pailc ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1789: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Bonell, 5673. 

fol. 54.] 

WigseD, in the parish of Salehorst See Salkhubst. 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Willingdon Chmrch ; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 10} in. x 8 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 69.] 

A tinted west view of Willingdon Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm: 8} in. x 7} in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. s.] 

A tinted south-west view of Willingdon Church; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 9j in. x 7 in. [Add. BuneD, 5678. 
fol. f .] 

A tinted view of Wratton or Batton Lodge, in the parish of 
Willingdon ; built by Sir William Thomas, Bart. ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Buirell, 5671. 
fol. 85.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Wilmington Church; 
drawn by J. Lambert : 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5676. 
fol. 71.] 

A tinted view of the east end of Wilmington Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Bunell, 
5671. fol. 85.] 

Two sketches, in Indian ink, of the ruins of part of Wilmington 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. lOO.] 

A colored view of the south front of the ruins of Wilmington 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj^ in. {^Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 87.] 

A colored view of the west side of the ruins of Wilmington 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f 3 in. x lOj in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 86.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ceiling of the entrance at Wil- 
mington Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5671. fol. 88. j 



View, JD Indian ink, of llie interior of Ibe cellar at Wiliiiiugton 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7i in. [Jdd. 
Burrell, 5(371. fol. ea] 

Wilshes, in the parish of Rolherfield. See Rotherfiejj). 

Winchelsea. See Soctuern Coast of Enhland, in vol. i. p. 



A north-east view, in ludian ink, of Winchelsea Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, Jnn., in 1781: 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5676. fol. 9.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Winchelsea Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert, Jun. : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5676. fol. 10.] 

A tinted view of the south side of Winchelsea Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. x 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 
5670. fol. S5.] 

Drawing, in Indian iuk, of a "confessional," being three stone 
stalls and a piscina, in the south aisle of Winchelsea Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
6670. fol. ai.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of an ecclesiastic, 
in the north wall of Winchelsea Church ; by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1784 : 8^ in. x 6j in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. ss.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of a bnight, in the 
north wall of Winchelsea Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: 
B in. X 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. as.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument " of a knight templar,' 
in the south aisle of Winchelsea Church ; by S. H. Grimm 
in 1784: 1 f 2 in. x lOi in. [Add. Burrell, 5C70. fol. rx} 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument "of a knight templar,' 
in the south aisle of Winchelsea Church; by S, H. Grimm, 
in 1784 : 8j in. x 6j in. lAdd. Burrell, 5670. fol. ei.] 

A colored view of Winchelsea Friery and Chapel ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 10} in. [Jdd. Burrell, 5670. fol. 
"■] 

A colored view of the interior of the Friery Chapel at Win- 
chelsea; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7j in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. ai.] 

A tinted view of the south window of the refectory at Winchel- 
sea Friery ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1784 : lOj in. x 7j 
[Add. Burrell, 5670, fol. M.] 
»t. II. p P 



A linted view of llie interior of Winchelsea East Gate, with a 
distant view of Rye; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 178-1 : lOj 
in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. so.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the gateway on the north-ea&t part of 
Winchelsea; drawn by J. Lambert: II in. x 7j in. [Add. 
BniTell. 5676. fol. is.] 

A Unted view of the land gate at Winchelsea, taken from the 
road below the hill; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 74 
in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. fol. 20.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the gateway on the souUi side of 
Winchelsea j drawn by J. Lambert: 11 in. x 7i in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5676. fol. is.] 

A tinted view of the south gate at Winchelsea ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1784 : \0^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. 

fol. 19.] 

A colored view of Winchelsea Strand Gate ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1784: lOj in. x 7k in. [Add. Burrell, 5670. 
fol. 19.] 

Windmill Hill, in the parish of Wartling. See Wsrtling. 

A tinted view of Loxwood Chapel, in the parish of Wis- 
borough Green ; drawn byS. H.Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 
7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fob 35.] 

A tinted view of Loxwood Place, in the parish of Wisborough 
Green; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 35.] 

A tinted view of Drenswik Place, or Drungwick, in the parish 
of Wisborough Green; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1701 : 
lOi in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. -jt.] 

A tinted west view of the church and parsonage of Withyhun ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f 3 in. x lOf in. [Add. Bumfl, 
5671. fol. 10.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Withyham Church ; drawn 
by J. Lambert: 9i in. x 6j in. [.idd. Burrell, 5676. fol. 
«.] 

Two drawings, iu Indian ink, of the monument of Richard 
Sackville, Earl of Dorset, {who died in 1677,) and his son, 
Thomas Sackville, Earl of Dorset, erected by Frances, 
Countess of Dorset, in the chancel of Withyham Church ; 
with two drawings of the sculpture, by S. H. Grimm : each 
10 in. X 5 in. [.idd. BnrrcII, 3671. fol. u] 



A tinted view of Buckhursl Tower, in llic parish of VVithyham ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, Jun., in 1782: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. Biirreli, 5676. fol. 4-.] 

A tinted south view of " Viscount Sactville's house, at Stone- 
land," in the parish of Withyliam; drawn by S. H, Grimm, 
^in 1783 : lOi in. X 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 9.] 
tinted view of the east front of Stoneland Lodge ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x^ lOJ in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. 

fol. 9.] 

A tinted view of the south front of " Penn's house in the roclcs, 
near Stoneland" ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : inj in, x 7j- in. 
[Add. Burrell, S671. fol. 5.] 

A tinted distant view of " Penn's Rocks, from the field west of 
the hop ground " ; drawn in 1785, bj' S- H, Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7i'in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 5.] 

A tinted soulh-west view of " Penn's Rocks, from the vale in 
the meadow"; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1785: 10^ in. X 
7i^in. [^rfrf. Burrell, 5671. fol. 6.] 

A tinted north-east view of " Penn's Rocks, from the road lead- 
ing to the house from the wood" ; drawn by S, H. Grimm: 
lOi in. X 7i in. [Add. Burrell, 5G7I. fol. c] 

A colored north-east view of "Penn's Rocks, taken from the 

lower part of the meadow"; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 

3 in. X lOj- in. [Add. Burrell, 5671. fol. 8.] 
A colored soulh view of " Penn's Rocks, taken from the side of 

the hill ou the south, with a distant view of ... . farm 

house"; dranTi byS. H. Grimm, in 1785: 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in. 

[^(/(/..Burrell, 5671. fol. 7.] 
A tinted norlb-east view of West Wittering Church ; drawn by 

S.H.Grimm.in May, 1790: 10iin.x7jin. [^drf. Burrell, 

5675. fol. TO.] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of the Emieys, in 

rthe chancel of West Wittering Church ; by S. H. Grimm, 
■in May, 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. 
fol. 70.] 
tinted south-west view of Wivelsfield Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1787 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672.1 
A tinted view of More Place, in the parish of Wivelsfield ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in, X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. 96.] 



•292 sussKX. 

A tinted view of Ote or Oat Hall, in the parisli of Wivelsfield ; 
drawn by S. II. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 
5672. fol. 37.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Wodemancote Church ; 
drawn by J. Lambert, in 1777 : 11 in. x 7 in. [Add. Burrell, 
5677. fol. 67.] 

A tinted north-east view of Woolbeding Church and House ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. lAdd. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 95.] 

A colored drawing of the painted east window of Woolbeding 
Church, "brought from Mottisfont Priory"; by S. H. 
Grimm : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol. t4.] 

A tinted south-west view of Woolbeding House, near Midhurst; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782: 10| in. x 7^ in. [Add. 
Burrell, 5675. fol. 24.] 

A tinted west view of Woolbeding House ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1791 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5675. fol- 

95.] 

Wolsenbury, or Wolstonbury Hill, in the parish of Piecombe. 
See Piecombe. * 

A tinted north-east view of Worth Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 49.] 

South view of Crabbets, in the parish of Worth ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [Add. Burrell, 5673. fol. 59.] 

A tinted view of Worthington, "Lord Warwick's House''; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. Bunell, 5678. fol. i9.] 

Wratton or Ratton Lodge, in the parish of Willingdon. See 

WiLLINGDON. 

A tinted north-east view of Yapton Church and House ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : lOj in. x 7j in. [Add. Burrell, 
5674. fol. 37.] 

A tinted view of " Sir George Thomas's House," in the parish 
of Yapton, near Arundel ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1791 : 
lOj in. X 7J in. [Add. Burrell, 5674. fol. 38.] 

Ypres Tower, at Rye. See Rye. 



WARWICKSHIRE. 



A COLORED map of the canal from Birmingham to Atherley ; 
drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of 
Engineers, on a scale of If mile to an inch: 7 in. x 5 in. 
[9b Ms. 46. plate vi.] 

A colored plan of the canal between Coventry and Lichfield ; 
drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of 
Engineers, on a scale of 8^ miles to an inch : 8 in. x 3 in. 
[ib Ms. 46. plate iv.] 

A colored map of the canal between Coventry and Oxford; 
drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of 
Engineers, on a scale of 3^ miles to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 
5 in. [ib Ms. 46. plate iii.] 

A colored view of Aston Hall, taken " from the Walsall road, 
near Birmingham,*' apparently a copy from an old drawing : 
7i in. X 2 in. [ib XLii. 89. i.] 

An elevation, in Indian ink, of a ^^ design for the front of the 
theatre at Birmingham, coffee-house, etc. ;7 drawn by Samuel 
Wyatt, on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 1 f 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

[9b XLII. 82. h.] 

A colored plan of the new canal wharf at Birmingham ; drawn 
in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, 
on a scale of 160 feet to an inch : 5} in. x 3 in. [9b Ms. 46. 
plate vi.] 

A colored view of '^ the Moat House ^ at Birmingham : 1 f. 2 in. 

X 10} in.' [9b XLII. 82. /.] 

Two colored views of the manufactory belonging to Messrs. 
Boulton and Watt, at Soho, in the parish of Handsworth, 
near Birmingham : each 1 f. 2 in. X 10| in. [9b xlii. 
82. n. 0.] 



294 WARWICKSHIRE. 

A colored view of Soho House, in the parish of Handsworth, 
near Birmingham : 1 f. 1 in. x 10^ in. [9b xui. st. />•] 

A colored Hew of '^ Mr. Egginton''s house,** near Soho : 1 f. 
1 in. X 10^ in. [ib xui. 8t. q.] 

A Tiew, in Indian ink, of Coomb Abbey, in the parish of 
Brinklow; drawn about 1650: 1 f. x 6 in. [HarL 2073. 

fol. 4.] 

A colored plan and elevation of the canal aqueduct at Brink- 
low ; drawn in 1777, by Johann Ludewig Hogrewe, Captain 
of Engineers, on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 

5 in. [di Ms. 46. plate iii.] 

** Plan de Coventre:" being a colored plan, shewing the walls 
and churches; drawn about the year 1650, by a French 
artist: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f . 7 in. [Add. 11,564, art. 9.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the arches of the nave of 
Dunchurch Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. 79.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the arch of the west door of Dun- 
church Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 33.] 

Colored plans, elevations, and sections of the canal tunnels at 
Fenny Compton and Newbold, with details of the bridges, 
locks, and boats on the canal ; drawn in 1777, by Johann 
Ludewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers : 1 f. 3 in. x 9^ 
in. [di Ms. 46. plate iv.] 

A colored north-west view of Grendon Church, near Ather- 
stone : 8 in. X 6 in. [ib XLii. 94. 2.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the north door of Shipston Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6739. fol. 17.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Shakspere^s House at Stratford- 
upon-Avon ; apparently a copy from an old drawing : 10}- 
in. x 5 in. [9b XLii. 86. b.] 

A colored view of the entrance to Warwick Castle: 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f . 7 in. [9b XLII. 88. A.] 

A colored view of the chapel at Warwick : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 

in. [9b XLII. 88. /.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the plan of 
the Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 5 in. [AM. 6745. fol. 48.] 



WARWICKSHIRE. 295 

A view, in Indian ink, of Guy's CliflF, near Warwick, with the 
chapel; drawn in 1788: 9^ in. x 6^ in. [ib XLii. 94. 

3. J.] 

A colored plan of estates, containing 1253 acres, situate in the 
parish of Wasperton, the property of the President and 
Scholars of St. John Baptist College, Oxford; drawn in 
1840, by R. H. Jago, on a scale of six chains to an inch : 3 f. 
8 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [Add. 12,556.] 

A tinted south view of Wormleighton Church ; drawn by W. 
C, in 1799 : 9 in. X 6^ in. [ib xui. 99.] 



WESTMORELAND. 



A TINTED view of the old bridge bouse at Ambleside : 11 in. x 
S^ in. [di xuiL 4. a.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of two inscriptions in the school-honae 
at Appleby : 6}> in. x 6 in. [9b mm. 6. c] 

A tinted view of the ruins of Brongb Castle : 1 f. x 7^^ in. 
\jb xLin. 7. &.] 

A tinted view of the ruins of Brougham Castle : 1 £ x 7^^ in. 
[dl XUII. 19. bJ] 

A south view, in outline, of Casterton ; drawn by S. H. Grrimm: 
9 in. X 6 in. : with a duplicate in pencil. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

458.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the east end of Casterton Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lO}^ in. x 7|^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 459.] 

A colored view of the bridge under Langdale Pikes ; drawn by 
Wm« Green : 1 £ x 8|^ in. [fib xuii. si.] 

A colored view of Windermere Lake: lH in. x 7^ in. [A 
xini. 16. i.] 



WILTSHIRE. 



A SKETCH of the country from l)orcliester to Salisbury, as re- 
connoitred by Col. David Watson, Quarter-master General 
of his Majesty's forces ; drawn by Lieut. Wm. Roy [after- 
wards Major-General], June 10th, 1756, on a scale of one 
inch to a mile : 4 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [9b vi* no.] 

A distant view, in outline, of Silbury Hill, in the parish of 
Abury, coming from Devizes ; difawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept. 1788 : 10^^ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 477.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Silbury Hill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in 1788 : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 53o.] 

Outline sketchy in Indian ink, of a window in Alderbury Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10|^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 460.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Ivy Church, in the parish of Alderbury, 
''now the seat of Rerce A'Court, Esq., anciently a small 
monastery**: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 8 J in. [sb xliii. 42. 4.] 

Boneham Farm, near Stourhead. See Stourton. 

Bowden Hill, near Lacock. See Lacock. 

Bowood, in the parish of Calne. See Calne. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Box Church ; drawn by S. H* 
Grimm, in Aug. 1790: lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 462.] 

Colored north-west and south-east views of Bridford [Britford] 
Church; drawn by J. C. Buckler: each 1 f. x %^m. [sb 

XLIII. S2. 2. a.] 
VOL. II. Q Q 



298 WILTSHIRE. 

A tinted drawing of an altar tomb in Bridford [Britford] 
Church ; drawn by J. C. Buckler : 1 f. 1 in. x 1 1 in. Jjti , 

XLIII. 32. 2. 6.] 

• 

Sketch, in pencil, of arches in Calne Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Aug. 1790: JOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Raye, 

IV. 463.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the porch of Calne Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Eaye, iv. 464.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a pillar in Calne Church ; by S. H. 
Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. -R. Kaye, 

IV. 465.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the parish chest at Calne; by S. H. 
Grimm : 10^- in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Eaye, iv. 466.] 

View, in outline, of the entrance lodge at Bowood, in the parish 
of Calne ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOj in. x 7j 
in. [P. R. Eaye, rv. 46i.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Longford Castle, in the parish of Caw- 
den, ^^Lord Folkstone's^; drawn by James Essex. [Add. 
6768. p. 190.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Charlton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Eaye, iv. 467.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the middle east window of Charlton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 123.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the font in Charlton Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Eaye, iv. 470.] 

Sketch, in outline, of one of the pillars of the cenotaph at 
Charlton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj^ in. 
X 7 J in. [P. R. Eaye, iv. 469.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the porter's lodge at Charlton ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Eaye, iv. 463.] 

A colored view of Chilton Lodge, in the parish of Chilton 
Foliatt : 1 f. 1 in. x 8J in. [ib xuii. 42. 2.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a well in the street at Chippenham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Eaye, 

IV. 471.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of Mrs. Grave's monument in Cleverton 
Church; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOJ in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Eaye, iv. 472.] 



WILTSHIRE. 299 

Cophealb Hill, near Warminster. See Warminster. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the north door of Corsham Church ; 
by S. H. Griinoi, in August, 1790 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 473.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a " Recees," being a piscina, in the 
cbancel of Corsham Church; by S. H. Grimm, iii August, 
1790 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 474.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of Saz.on brackets in Corsbam Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 4Tj.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of s monument in Corsliam Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOi in. x 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, 

IV. i76.] 

A south-east view, in pencil, of St. Mary's Church at Cricklade ; 
copied from a sketch by S. Ireland : 6^ in. x 4^ in. [st; xuii. 



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» 



A colored DOith-east view of an ancient cbapel at East Ham- 
bam; drawn by J. Buckler; 11 in. X 8 in. [fb XLiii. 
bs. 3. a.] 

A colored south-east view of an ancient building at West Ham- 
bam; drawn by J. Buckler: 11 in. X 8 in. [a xliii. 
53. 3. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Heytesbury Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1790: lOj in. X 7j^ m. [P, R. Kaye, iv. 470.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the porch door of Heytesbury 
Church; by S. U. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 479.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of stalls at Heytesbury Church ; by 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 4flO.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the square stone font at Heytesburj- ; 
by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOj in. x 74 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 483.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of fragments of the monumental figures 
of tbe Moores at Heytesbury ; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1790 : lOi in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 48i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of graves in the churchyard at Heytesbury ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOj in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, rv. 483.] 

Q Q 2 



800 WILTSHIRE. 

Ivy Churcli, in the parish of Alderbiiry. See Alderbcst. 

A south view, in pencil, of Knooli Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 467.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the porch of Knook Church; by \ 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790; lOj^ in. x 7j in. [P. if. ' 

Kaye, iv. 488.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Knook i 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOi in. x 7j 
in. : with a duplicate drawing in pencil. [P. R. Kaye, it. 
439.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font at Lacock 
Church; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : 10 J in. x 7) in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 495.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the sepulchral brass effigies of Robert | 

Baisard[?], Esq., and his wife, a.d. 1501, in Lacock Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x C in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. *«.] j 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument, a.d. 1623, on llie wall 
of Lacock Church; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj I 

in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 493.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lacock Nunnery ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj- in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 490.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a door in the vcslry of Lacock 
Nunnery j drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x d in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 55.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient gravestone in Lacock 
Abbey ; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOJ in. x 7J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 49t.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of " beads and a cross found in the 
grave of the foundress and first abbess of Lacock Nunnery, 
now fastened to a pilaster in tho cloisters, at present the 
court yard;" by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOj in. x 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 4ai.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the old buildings at Lacock; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj in. x TJ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 497.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the coach-house by Lacock Nunaeiy, 
" seeuiingly the original abbey barn ; " drawn by S. II. Grimm, 
a August, 1790 : 10} in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, it. 49i.J 



WILTHHIKE. 301 

>rawing, in Indian ink, of a metal vessel in the garden at La- 
cock, " forraerlj- used for eleemosynary purposes;" by S, H. 
Grimm, in August 1790: lOj- in. X 7^ in. [P. 11. Kaye, 

l^ten', in Indian ink, of a house at Lacock ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. «8.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the market cross at Lacock ; by S. 
_ H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P.JtKaye, 

M IT. 499.] 

fiview, in Indian ink, of a mansion house at Lakham near La- 
cock; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOJ in. X 
7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. Ms.] 

_ View, in Indian ink, of Bowden Hill, near Lacock ; drawn by 
L S- H. Grimm, ill August, 1790: 10|^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
P Kaye, iv. 5ai.] 

Longford Castle, in tlie parish of Cawden. See Cawden. 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Malmesbury Abbey ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 503.] 

View, in Indian ink, of pari of the interior of the nave of 
Malmesbury Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : 
lOi- in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. so5.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of the ruins of Malmcs- 

tbury Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : each in. 
[ X4in. [^drf. 6758. ff.iu, 113.] 
View, in Indian ink, of part of the west end of Maimesbury 
Abbey ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. X 
7i in. : with a pencil sketch of the same. \_P. R. Kaye, iv. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ligure of King Albelstan, in 
Malmesbury Abbey ; by S. H. Griram,inJuly,1790: ibjin. 
X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. so6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of figures in the porch of Malmesbury 
Abbey, to the right in going in ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790 : lOJ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 507.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of sculptured figures in the porch of 
Malmesbury Abbey, to the left in going in: by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

506.] 



Drawing, in Indiao ink, of the circular slone font, in Malme! 
buiy Abbey ; by S. H. Grimoi, in July, 1790 ; lOj^ in. x 7f 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 509.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of architectural details of Malmesbury 
' Abbey; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj in. x 7^ in. 

[P. R. Kaye, iv. sio.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a box for elevating the host, in 
Malmesbury Abbey ; by S. H. Grimm, inJuly, 1790: lOJ in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 511.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a piscina and cross at Malmesbury; 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 5i7.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in W[est- 
port ?] Church, at Malmesburj- ; by &. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790 : lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kay :, iv. 5!6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the abbot's house, at Malmesbury; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 ; lOj- in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. sis.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old vicarage house at Malmesbury, 
near the While Lion Inn ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790: lOi in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 5i3.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 
at Malmesbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj 
in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 5i4.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the remains of a chapel in the loner 
part of the town of Malmesbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1790: 10^ in. X 71 in. [P. R, Kaye, it. 315.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the enLrance of the White Lion Inn, 
Malmesbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj^ in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, lY. 5i8.] 

A west riew, in Indian ink, of Marlborough Church, taken from 

the Castle Inn ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1788 : lOj 
in. X 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. aso.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of Marlborough Church ; 
drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6770. p, s.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the mount in the grounds of the Castle 
Inn, Marlborough ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1788: 
lOj in. X 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, tv. a*!.] 



WILTSHIRE. 



Two TiQws, in Indian ink, of a DrutdicAl stone in the Marl- 
borough Gelds, " south of the western road ;" drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1788: each lOj^in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 



View, in Indian ink, of barrows and a shepherd's well on the 
Marlborough Downs ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1 788 : 
lOi in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. bii.] 

View, in Indian ink, of barrows on the Downs [near Marl- 
borough ?] ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1788: lOj 
in. X "Jj^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 55o.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west porch of Mere Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: 10}- in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. 5?o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a piscina in Mere Church ; by S. IT. 
Grimm, in August, 1790: 10^ in. x 7l in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 5.7.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the sepulchral brass effigies of John 
Beltelthome, in Mere Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1790 : 10^ in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 5S6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a large circular hill at Mere, " or near 
Warminster"; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: 
lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 59B.] 

Middle Hill, near Warminster. See Waeminster. 

Aplau, in Indian ink, of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, 
without a scale, but about 32 feet to an inch : I f. 9 in. x 
1 f. 21 in. [* XLiii. m. /] 

A colored view of the interior of Bp. Audley's Chapel, in Salis- 
bury Calliedral : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [* xLiii. 39. r.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of the aiches 

tof the nave of Salisbury Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6737. fol. 4.] 
brec sketches, in pen and ink, of doors in Salisbury Cathedral; 
drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. C739. ff. le, 19. 59.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the arch of a doorway in the 
cloisters of Salisbury Cathedral; drawn by James Esses: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6770. p. i6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the cloisters of Salisbury 
Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 iu, x 4 
in. [Add. 6747. fol. 106.] 



304 WILTSBIRE. 

Three sketches, in pen and ink. with notes of various arcbitee- 
tural details of Salisbury Cathedral ; drawn by James Essex: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. i;,5-i73.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Salisbury 
Cathedral; drawu by the Her. Thomas Kenich: each in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6759. flf. 3a, «3.] 

Colored dratvings of arches, and ratio us architectural details of 

Salisbury Cathedral ; by J. Buckler, in 1807 : 1 f, 8 in. X 

I f. 1} in. [i& XUII. 39. I.] 
Two drawings, in pen aud ink, of the figure of an unknown 

crusader in the nave of Salisbury Cathedral ; by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich: each 11 in. x 5}- in. [Add. 6730. ff. 

Si, »3.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, with five sketches of details of 
tlie monument of William Longespee, Earl of Salisbury, (who 
died in 1226,) in Salisbury Cathedral ; by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 10 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6730. ff. 5-ii.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monument of William Longsword, Earl 
of Salisbury, in Salisbury Cathedral ; with two dran'ings, in 
pen and ink, of the head of the figure ; by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 4 in. x 3 in. {Add. 6728. fol. a.] 

Sketch, in pen and iuk, of the monument of Bishop Poore, a.d. 
1237, in Sahsbury Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. lliomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 57. b.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the sepulchral figure 
of William, Lord Montacute, Earl of Salisbury, (who died in 
1397,) in Salisbury Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich ; each 7j in. x 4^ in. [Add. 6728. ff. ira-iBi.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of details of tlie sepulchral 
figure of Sir Robert Hangerford,A. D. 1463, in Salisbury Ca- 
thedral J drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 11 in. x 
5i in. [Add. 6730. ff. 57-59.] 

Sketches of details, in pen and ink, of the figure of Sir Robert 
Hungerford, in Salisbury Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kenich : 9 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6728. fol. au.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the sepulchral figure of 
Sir T. Gorges, in 1610, in Salisbury Cathedral; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 3 in, x 2 in. [Add. 6729. fol. 
63.6.] 

A colored north-east view of Sl Edmund's Church, Salisbury ; 
drawn by J. Buckler, in 1803 : 1 f. 5 in. x I f. I in. [ft 
XUII. 39. /.] 



!> 



ft colored aoulli-west view of St. Edmund's Chitrch, Salisbury ; 
drawD bj- J. Buckler, in 1803 : 1 f. 5J in. x 1 f. 1 in. [^ 

:. 39, «.] 

L colored north-west view of St. Martin's Cliurcli, Salisbury; 
drawn by J. Buckler, in 1803: 1 f. 5j in. X 1 f. ij in. 

[*. XLIII. 3?, W.] 

A colored south-easl view of St Martin's Cburcb, Salisbury; 
drawn by J. Buckler, in 1803 : 1 f. 5^ in. x 1 f. 1^ in. [ft 
XLIII. 39. i'.] 

colored south-east view, and a west view of St. Nicholas' 
Hospital, near Salisbury ; drawn by J, Buckler : each II in. 
X 8^ in. [a? XLIII. 39. a a.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a plan of the church of Old Sarum; 
drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0768. pp. too. 

I4i.] 

Flan and two sections, in pen and ink, of the castle of Old 
Sarum; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7i in. x 4i^in. 
[Add. 6735. fol. 113.] 

Scratchbury Hill, near Warminster. See Wahminster. 

Silbuiy Hill, in the parish of Abury. See Abcky. 

A plan, in \wn and ink, of Stonehenge; drawn by James 
Essex, on a scale of 15 feet to an inch : I f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. 6776. fol. 3ii.] 

L north view, in Indian ink, of Stourton Church; drawn by 
: S. 11. Grimm, in Aug. 1790: lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. j34.] 

i south-east view, in Indian ink, of the church, inn, and cross 
at Stourton ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in Aug. 1790: lOJ in. 
X 7i in. [P. a. Kaye, iv. 53^.] 

Prawing, in pencil, of the monument of a Lord Stourton and 
his wife, in Stourton Church; by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1790 ; with a separate drawing of tlie figures : each lOj in. 
X lit in. [P. ff. Kaye, iv. 33(i.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of arms [Stourton impaling Wrottesly] 
over the west porch of Stourton Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 539.] 

drawing, in Indian ink, of arms [Stourton impaling Fauntle- 
roy] on a monument in Stourton Church ; by S. H. Grimm, 
in Aug. 1790 : lOJ in, x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sas.] 

R R 



WORCESTERSHIRE. 



A COLORED map of Worcestershire, with part of the adjacent 
coanties ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : the names of the gentry 
are added in the handwriting of Lord Burghley ; on a scale 
of two miles to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [O. R, lAb. 18. d. 

III. ff. 58, 59.] 

A colored map of the canal between the Severn and the Trent 
and Mersey Canals; drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig 
Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 3^ miles to an 
inch : 1 f. x 3 in. [sH Ms. 46, pi. v.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Bewdley; drawn by 
James Koss, in 1778: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. \jb XLiii. 
61. 1. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Bewdley; drawn by 
James Ross, in 1778 : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [^ xuii. 

61. 1. 6.] 

A south-east view, in pencil, of Bockleton Church ; drawn by 
G. Shepherd : 7 in. x 4j in. [ib XLiii. 86.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of the village of Cropthom : 1 1 in. 
X 5 in. [& XLIII. 88. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Cropthom Church : 9 J in. x 
7 in. [^ XLIII. 88. &.] 

A colored south view of Northwick, " tlie seat of Sir James 
Bushout, Bart.;" drawn by James Ross, in 1783 : 1 f . 3 in. 
X lOj^ in. [* XLIII. 77.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Pershore Abbey Church : 9 in. 
X 7 in. [di XUII. 63. a.] 



I 



WOKCESTERSHIBE. 309 

Drawing, in Indian iuli, of ihe sepulchral figure of a knight in 
Tershore Abbey Church: 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [A xuii. 63. c] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Fershorc Little Church: 10 in. x 
6 in. [a XLIII. ,;3. rf.] 

A colored view of Holy Cross, at Pershore; drawn by J. Roe, 
in 1799: 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [* XLIII. 63. e.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Piddle Mill, near Pershore : each 
10 in. X 5 in. [ft xuii. 9i.] 

A colored plan of the junction of the canal with the Severn, at 
Stourport, and of ihe bridge over the river; drawn in 1777,by 
Johatin Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, on a scale 
of 300 feet to an inch : Sj in. x 6^ in. [* Ms. 4G. pi. v.] 

A colored elevation and plan of the bridge over the Severn, at 
Stourport; drawn in 1777, by Johann Ludewig Hogrewe, 
Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 32 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
3 in. X 3i in. [* Ms. 46. pi. v.] 

" Plan de Worcestre," being a colored plan drawn by a French 
artist about 1 650, shewing the walls and churches ; on a scale 
of 200 paces to 3i inches : I f. 8 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Jdd. 
U,564. art. i.] 

A small plan and details, in pen and ink, of Worcester Cathe- 
dral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 9 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 674-2. «. IX b. i4.] 

Sketch, in pen aud ink, of the sepulchral figure of King John 
in Worcester Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 7J in. X 3 in. [Jdd. 6728. fol. 47.] 

A colored plan of a proposed improvement of the road at the 
entrance of the city of Worcester, from St. John's to the turn- 
pike at Henwick ; drawn on a scale of 75 feet to an inch : 
5 f. 3 ill. X I f. [a XUII. 66.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of part of the Severn, and of the streets 
leading to Worcester Bridge ; drawn on a scale of 24 yards lo 
an inch: 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [^ xLiii. 67. <e.] 

A colored elevation of the old bridge at Worcester ; drawn on 
a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x 7^ in. [ft xlui. 

67. Z.] 

A colored plan and elevation of a proposed timber bridge at 
Worcester; drawnonascaleof lOfeetto aninch: 3 f. x If. 
[ttl XLIII. 67. p.l 

A colored plan and elevation of the intended new bridge over 
the Severn, at Worcester ; drawn by I. Gwynn, architect, 
July 14th, 1770, on a scale of 13j feet lo an inch : 2 f. 4 iu. 
X 1 f. 6 in. [S XLIII. 67. a a.] 



YORKSHIRE. 



Coast of Yorkshire. See Eastern Coast of England, in 
vol. i. pp. 121-123. 

A colored map of the canal from Liverpool to Leeds, and of its 
branches to Wigan and Bradford; drawn in 1777, by Jo- 
hann Ludewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 
four miles to an inch : with a plan and section of one of the 
locks, on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. 
[lb Ms. 46. pi. IX. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Acaster Church ; drawn by Randle 
Holme the third : 3^ in. x 3 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 86.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the market cross at Aldborough; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9J in. x 6 in. [P. jR. Kaye, 

v. 1.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a niche on the south side of North 
Allerton Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7|- in. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. 6.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font at North 
Allerton Church; by S. H. Grimm: 10|^ in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. 3.] » 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an inscription, etc., at North Aller- 
ton ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

v. 4.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of pillars at North Allerton ; by S. H. 
Grimm: 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 7.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a brass tablet, with Syriac cha- 
racters on the top and bottom, in the south aisle of North 
Allerton Church; by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. 5.] 



A view, in Indian ink, of a house with k remarkable vine, at 
North AUerton ; drawn by S. H. Crinim : 9 iu, x 6 in. [P. 
It. Kaje, V. .'.J 

A colored view of" AisgarthFoss, in the North Ridiug:" 1 f, 3 
in, X 10 in. [ft XLV. si. i. h.\ 

A colored view of Aysgarth Force : 8J in. x 6 in. [sS XL7. 

31. !. fl.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the north door of 
Bawtry Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 m. X 4 in. lAdd. 6754. ff. 117, lis.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Bawtry Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. if. 11. 3k] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of arches and windows in Baw- 
try Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. {Add. 6756. ff. »65-i67.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Beverley Minster; drawn on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f 6 iu. x 1 f. [ilP xuv. ae, a.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of the five gate lock on the canal 
at Bingleyj drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hog- 
rewe, Captain of Engineers: 6 in. x 4| in. [S Ms. 46. 
pi. X.] 

A colored plan and elevation of the aqueduct over the two 
branches of the river Aire, at Great Cottingley, in the 
parish of Bingley; drawn in 1777, by Johanu Liidewig 
Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 32 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. SJ in. x 5j in. [* Ms. 46. pi. x.] 

A colored elevation of the new front of the Archbishop of 
York's Palace, at Bishopthnriie ; drawn by Michael Augelo 
Rooker : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 1 ^ in. [tfif xlv. 13. a.] 

A colored view of the new gateway of the Archbishop of York's 
Palace, at£ishoplhorpe ; drawn by Michael Angelo Rooker: 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 1^ in. [* xlv. is. i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in tlie 
church of Bolton in Bowland or West Bolton ; by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. X 7j in.: with a duplicate in outline. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. b.] 



Bolton Abbey, in the parish of Skipton. 
Bolton Castle, in the parish of Wensky. 



See Skipton. 
See Wenslkt. 



sis YORKSHIRE. 

Drawing, in Indian inlc, of tbc stone font in Borotighbri^ge 
Church; by S. H. Grimin: lOJ in. x TJ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

V. ,n.] 

View, in outline, of an old building at Boroughbridge ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10 in. x 5) in.: with a duplicate in pencil. 
[P. R. Kaye, v. 9.] 

Drawing, in Indian inV, of a window at Boroughbridge; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, v. ii.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of architectural details at Borougli- 
bridge ; by S. H. Grimin : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

V. IS, IS.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of the Druidical Btones, called 
" the Devil's Arrows," near Boroughbridge ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. x Sj^ iti. [P. R. Kaye, v. ii.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of the separate stones, called 
"the Devil's Arrows"; by S. H. Grimm: each ! f, x Sj-in. 
IP. R. Kaye, v. i^i7.] 

Brough, in the parish of Catterick. See Catterick. 

ISulford Toftes, in the parish of Sheriff Hutton. See Hditos. 

A plan, in pencil, of Castle Howard, the seat of the Earl of 
Cariisle, in the parish of Bulmer: (> iu. x 6 in. [ft XLV. 

I.. ».] 

An elevation, in pen and ink, of the " west front of the Great 
Cabinet " at Castle Howard ; drawn by Nicholas Havrks- 
moor : 1 f. 3 in. x 9\ in, [S XLv. ib. c] 

A colored view of the mausoleum in the park at Castle How- 
ard: 1 f. 8i in. X 1 f. 3^ in. [* XLV. in. m.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, apparently parts of designs for 
" a Belvidera after the antique," to be erected for the Earl of 
Carlisle, at Castle Howard; drawn by Nicholas Hawksmoor: 
of various sizes, [ffl xLV. is. ^.-/.] 

Bmrton Constable, in the parish of Fingall. See Fingall. 

Byland Abbey, in the parish of Coxwold. See Coxwold. 

Castle Howard, in the parish of Bulmer. See Bulheb. 

A colored view ofCattericIf Bridge ; 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [4 
XLV. J9. ft.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of an old chapel, apparently, 
at Catterick Bridge; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1778: iO^ 
in. x 7J- in.: with a duplicate in outline. [/*.fl. Kaye, v. is.] 






TORRSHIRE. 313 

Colored norlh-east view of Brougb, near Calterick, lie 
seat of Sir John Lawson, Bart. : 8 in. x 5j in, [* xlv. 

.7. ..] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the mins of the front of Byland 
Abbey, in the porisb of Coxwold ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 iu. [Add. 6755. fol. i«.] 

I Cottingley, in the parish of Bingley. See Binoley. 

I, An east view, in Indian ink, of Croft Bridge and Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimra: I f. x 9j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

V. 19.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of three stone stalls and a piscina, in 
the chancel of Croft Church; by S. H< Grimm: lOj in. x 
7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, v. as.] 

i, Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument at Croft; by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, v. «.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a clustered pillar on the south side 
of the pulpit in Croft Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 
7J in. IP. R. Kaye, v. ao.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured grotesque figure at 
Croft; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

V. 31.] 

I A colored plan of the open cummons within the township of 
Crowle; drawn about 1800, without a scale: 3 f 3 in. X 
2f. 1 in. [Add. 11,693. c] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, n'iudows, etc., in Cum- 
berworth Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. ij-i7.] 

iswortb, in the parish of Sprotborough. See Spootbobodoh. 

I Devil's Arrows, near Boroughbndge. See Bobodghbkidge. 

[a view, in Indian iuk, of Doncaster Church ; drawn by 
Randle Holme the third: 3i in. x 3 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 
4.] 

Eleven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Doncaster 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. lAdd. 6752. ff. 9i-i04.] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of the octagonal stone font in 
Doncasler Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : fl 
[Add. 6730. fol. r*.] 



314 YORKSHIRE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the octagonal stone font in Doncaster 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricb : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6757. fol. 147.] 

A colored view of the ^^ ancient font ** in Doncaster Church ; 
drawn by J. Buckler, in 1802: 10 in. x 8 in. [ft xliv. 

t*8. A.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of three sides and the top of a Roman 
altar at Doncaster; by S. H. Grimm : 10|- in. x 7|- in. [P. 
R. Eaye, v. u.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Robin Hood^s Well, near Doncaster ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9} in. [P. A. Kaye, 

V. «5.] 

Eastby Abbey, in the parish of Skipton. See Skipton. 

East Lilling, in the parish of Sheriff Hutton. See IIutton. 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Filey Church ; drawn in 1825, by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6756. 
fol. 354.] 

A south-east view, in pen and ink, of Iiley Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6756. 
fol. «35.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door of Filey 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. «56, 237.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in Filey 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6756. fol. 233.] 

A colored view of Burton Constable, in the parish of Ilngall : 

5 in. x 8J in. [S xi-V. ir. -.] 

Fountain*s Abbey, in the parish of Ripon. See Ripon. 

A tinted drawing of the monument of Lord Chief Justice Gas- 
coigue and his wife, in Harewood Church : 1 f. 3^ in. x 11 
in. [P. /?. Crowle, i. loi.] 

A tinted drawing of the recumbent figures of Lord Chief Jus- 
tice Gascoigne and his wife, on their monument at Harewood : 
10 in. x S in. : with a drawing of the arms at the end of the 
monument : 6 in. x 6 in. [P. /?. Crowle, I. loi.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of IIarcwcK>d House, " the seat of ... . 
L.iscelles, Ksq.,'* [^afterwards Earl of Harewood] : 1 f. 3 in. 

X 9 in. 1* XLv. »:. 1. rt.] 



I 



Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door and great 
arch of Helmsley Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kcr- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. G7o6. ff. SjJ-ws.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Helmsley Castle ; drawn by the Kev. 
Thomas Kerricb : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. S56.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of architectural details 
of Rievaulx Abbey, in the parish of Helmsley ; drawn by tlie 
Rev. Thomas Kenich, in 1823: each in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6756. ff. *47-«3S.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the doorway of Bievaulx Abbey ; 
drawn by Uie Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6765. fol. i*i.] 

The river Humber. See Eastekn Coast op Enolakd, in vol. i. 
pp. 121, 122. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the south door of Hunmanby Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6742. fol. 5.] 

A colored survey, or " Plot of Sherifehutton Park," parcell of the 
1 possessions of Charles Prince of Wales, etc.; taken by John 
I Norden the elder and John Norden the junior, in July, 22 
' James I. (1624): 8 in. x 7 in. [fiarl. 6288. fol. a.] 

A colored plan of " cerlaioe parcells of lande, meadow, pasture, 
and drowned grounde, called North Inges," held by Sir 
Charles Cavendish of the demesne of Sheriff Hutton; taken 
by John Norden the elder and John Norden the junior, 
in July, 22 James I. (1624): 7 in. X 7 in. [Marl. 6^86. 

fol. -2. b.] 

A colored " generall plot of East Lilling," part of the demesne 
of Sheriff Hutton ; taken by John Norden the elder and 
John Norden the junior, in July, 32 James I. (1624) ; 8 in. 
X 7 in. [Haii. 6288. fol. ff.] 

A colored plan of " Bulfordtofle's pasture," held by Marie Hall 
of the demesne of Sheriff Hutton; taken by John Norden 
the elder and John Norden the junior, in July, 22 James I. 
(1624) : 7 in. X 6 in. [Hurl. 6288. fol. «?, i.] 

A colored plan of " Ryze Wood " and adjoining lands, parcell 
of the demesne of Sheriff Hutton ; taken by John Norden 
the elder and John Norden the junior, in Jidy, 22 James I. 
(1624) : 7 in. X 5 in. [Harl. 6288. fol. as. i.] 

Inges (North), in the parish of Sheriff Hutlon. See Hutton, 



A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Kildwick ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ iu. [P. R. Kaye, v. 3o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal slone font at Kild- 
wick; by S, H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7i iu. [P. It. Kayo, 

V, 31.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of a. Crusader at 
Kildwick; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x TJ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, v. 3a.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Kildwick House ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 1^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 
V.33.] 

Kingston -upou-llull. See Eastern Coast of England, vol. i. 
pp. 121-128. 

A tinted view of part of the ruins of Ravensworth or Kirkby 
Kavensworth Castle ; drawn about 1786 : B in. x 7 in. [ftf 

XLV. 61.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of tlie ruins of Kirkdale Priory ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 iu. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6750. 
fol. s«.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the west and soulli doors of 
Kirkdale Priory ; drawn in 1825, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich; each 6 in. X 4 in. \_Add. 6756. ff. ai, B45.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the doorway of Kirkham 
Priory ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. 
{Add. 6755. fol. i«.] 

Kirkstall Abbey, in the parish of Leeds. See Leeds. 

A tinted view of the entrance front of Ledston Hall, in the pa- 
rish of Ledsham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. 
\_P.R. Kaye,v. M.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of the plan 
of KJikstall Abbey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 10 
Dec. 1813 : 7 iu. X 5 in. {Add. 6745. fol. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west door of Kirkstall Abbey, in 
the parish of Leeds ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. ]«.] 

Lining (East), in the pariah of Sheriff Hutton. See Hottos. 

A colored north-west view of the ruins of Roche Abbey, in the 

parish of MaltOQ ; drawn by J. Buckler: 11 in. x Din. [^ 

xtv. 67. 4.] 



YORKSHIRE. 317 

A colored view of the ruins of Middleham Castle : 1 f. 5} in. x 
1 f. [lb XLIV. 40. 1. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of Middleham 
Castle; drawn by N. T. Dall,in 1766: 1 f. 6i in. x 6 in. 
[lb xuv. 40. 1. a.] 

Northallerton. See Allebton. 

North Inges, in the parish of Sheriff Hutton. See Hutton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the south porch of North Otterington 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, v. S5.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a part of the roof of North Otterington 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, v. 37.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font at North Otter- 
ington ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, v. 36.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Pickering Castle, taken from the 
paper mill ; drawn by I. Bulman : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2} in. 

\st XLIV. 40. 3.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruined church of All Saints, at 
Porafret or Pontefract; drawn by S« H. Grimm : If. 9 in. x 
1 f. 8 in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 40.] 

Three outline drawings of windows, etc., in All Saints Church, 
Pomfret; by S. H. Grimm : each 1 f. x 9|- in. [P. jR. Kaye, 

V. 41-43.] 

Two views, in outline, of the ruins of Pomfret Castle ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : each 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, v. 

38, 39.] 

Ravensworth. See Kirkby Ravensworth. 

A colored view of Scampston, in the parish of Rillington, the 
seat of Sir William St. Quintin, Bart. : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[A XLV. 27. eJ] 

A colored north-east view of Richmond Castle and Bridge : 11 
in. X 8 in. [ft xliv. 45. t .] 

A colored south-west view of Richmond Castle ; drawn by S. 
Ilowitt : 1 f. X 8 j^ in. [ft xliv. 45. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Richmond Casile Tower : 7 in. x 6 
in. [ft xliv. 45. /.] 



318 TORKSHraS. 

A Tiew, in Indian ink, of tbe waterfall on the rirer Swale at 
Richmond ; drawn bj I. Bulman : 1 £. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [dr 

XLIV. 45. o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the tower of Kiplejr Church ; bj 
S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 7^ in. [P. IL Kaye, y. 4k] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the interior of Ripley Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1778 : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, y. 43.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a doable piscina, in the chancd of 
Ripley Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. S. 
Kaye, v. 5o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir William Ingldij 
and his ii-ife, xvih cent, at Ripley ; by S. H. Grimm : 10| 
in. X 71- iiL [P. R. Kaye, v. 48.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of funeral trophies over the Ingleby 
monuments at Ripley ; by S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, v. 49.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a circular stone work in Ripley Church- 
yard; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7) in. [P. R, 
Kaye, v. 46.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a doorway at Ripley [Castle ?] ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10|^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

V. 47.] . 

A south-east view, in outline, of Ripon Minster; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x ic4 in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 51*3 

Elevation, in outline, of the west end of Ripon Minster; 
drawn by S. H. Ghrimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10) in. [P. B. Kaye, 

V. d«.] 

View, in outline, of part of the inside of the choir of Ripon 
Minster ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 10j|^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. 53.] 

Drawing, in outline, of a clustered pillar at Ripon ; by S. H. 
Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 55.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the carved figure of a lion, etc., at Ripon ; 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 6 in. : with a duplicate. [P. 
R. Kaye, v. 56-58.] 

Drawing, in outline, of a monument at Ripon ; by S* H. Grimm : 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. it Kaye, v. 54.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the obelisk in the market-place at Ri- 
pon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. : with two out^ 
lines of the same. [P. R. Kaye, v. 59-61.] 



YORKSHIRE. 



319 



A colored view of ihe ruins of Fountain's Abbey in Sludley 
Park, in the parish of Ripon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 
ID in. X I f. 3 in. : with a copy of the sanie in Indian ink. 
[P. R. Kaye, v. k, sa.] 

Rievaulx Abbey, id the parish of Helmsley. See Helmslbv. 
Robin Hood'8 Well, near Doncaster. See Doncaster. 
Roche Abbey, in the parish ofMalton. See Malton, 
View, in Indian ink, of the chapel on the bridge at Uotherham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9j- in. [P. R. Kaye, v. ea.] 
Ryze Wood, in the parish of Sheriff Hutton. See Hutton. 
Scampston, in the parish of Rillington. See Rillington. 

A colored plan or birdVeye view of Scarborougli Town and 
Castle; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 
[Coil. Aug. I. ii. t.] 

A rough colored plan or bird's-eye view of " Scarburoghe 
Castell," Town and Port; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 1 f. 9 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. [O. R. Libr. 18. d. hi. fol. fi*.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance and bridge of Scarborougli 
Castle ; copied by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, " from a draw- 
ing by Miss Ludlam, August I7th, 1825": 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. 
{Add. 6735. fol, iw.] 

Eleven sketches, containing views, plans and architectural details 
of Scarborough Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. iia. se4-t97. se9-2«. fii, 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Mary in Scarborough ; 
drawn in 1736, on a scale of 22 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 8 in. 
[ft XLIV. 47. t.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, containing plan and architectural 
details of Scarborough Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each fi in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. aia-aaa. ■ii%,'\ 

A colored section of the cliffs at Scarborough, with an account 
of "the unfortunate accident which lately happened to the 
Spa of Scarborough," by the sinking of ihc chff, December 
28, 1737 ; drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : I f. 3 in. 
X 9j in. [47 XLIV, 47. wi,] 

fceriff Hutton. Sec Hutton. 

L view, in Indian ink, of Bolton Abbey ; drawn by S. H. 
[Grimm : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. o.] 



3S0 YORKSBIRB. 

Vien', in outline, of the interior of the west end of Bolton 
Abbey, in the parish of Skipton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
1 f. 3 in. X 11 in. [/'. R. Kaye, i. m.] 

A colored view of the remains of Eastby Abbey, in the parisli 
of Sliipton; drawn in 17B4 : 1 f. Ij in. x 9j- in. [tt XLV. 
«. 6.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Eastby Abbey ; drawn in 1 788 : 
9i in. X 8 in. [A XLV. *?. c.~\ 

A colored view of the interior of the ruins of Eastby Abbey : 
1 f. 2} in. X 10^ in. [« XLV. a. d.l 

A view, in Indian ink, of the gate of Eastby Abbey : 7 in. x 
5 in. [A XLV. a. /.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of the 
plan of Skirlaw Chapel, in the parish of Swine; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 5 in. \_Add. 67d!i. fol. 
13.1 

" A perfect map of the mannor of Slingsby and lordshipp of 
Friton, in the county of Yorke, being parcell of the possessions 
of the Right Honourable Charles [more properly William 
Cavendish] Viscount Mansfield, [afterwards Marquess and 
Duke of Newcastle,] and Henry Lord Cavendisshe" ; drawn 
on vellum, on a scale of 40 poles to an inch, " performed by 
Edmund Browne, a.d., 1636": 3 f. x 2 f. [Harl. 7180. 
art J.] 

This forms part of a large folio volume of vellum, pre- 
pared apparently to receive the surveys of Ihe family estates: 
itie Cavendish arms are on the sides and on the brass 



A colored view of Cusworth, in the parish of Sprotborough, 
near Doncaster, ihe seat of W. Wrighlson, Esq. : Sj in. X 

I in. [S XLV. 19.] 

An outline view of Cusworth, near Doncaster ; drawn by S. U* 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, v. is.] 

Skirlaw Chapel, in the parish of Swine. See Swiss. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Thornton 
dravra by S. H. Grimm: lOj ill. X 7i in. [P, J 



A south view, in Indian ink, of the tower 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j 
V. fit] 



YORKSHIRE. S21 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the middle south window of the 
chancel of Thornton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Eerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 243.] 

A south view, in outline, of Topcliff Church and Bridge; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 

65.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Topcliff 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

v. 66.] 

A tinted drawing of two sepulchral brass figures in Topcliff 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

v. 67.] 

« 

A tinted drawing of a sepulchral cross at Topcliff Church ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lO^^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 68.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the chapel on the bridge at Wake- 
field ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye^ 

V. 70.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bolton Castle, in the parish of Wensley : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 2i in. [tb xlv. 35.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of Bolton Castle ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6785. fol. 54.] 

Whitby. See Eastern Coast of England, in vol. i. p. 128. 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Abbey Church at 
Whitby; drawn in 1786, on a scale of 86 feet to an inchi 
1 f. X 7) in. [lb XLiv. 53. b.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of ^ the Old White Chapel in the 
North** ; drawn by S. H. Grimm i 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, v. 74.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the east window in the Old White 
Chapel in the North ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj^ in. x 
7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 75.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the inscription over the south 
door of the Old White Chapel in the North, and of orna- 
ments ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. J?. Kaye^ 
V. 77.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved circular base of the font 
in the Old White Chapel in the North ; by S. H. Grimm 2 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 76.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ancient yew tree at the Old White 
Chapel in th» North; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10|^ in. x 
7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 78.] 

VOL. II. T T . 



7lT 1 



Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral cross at lite Old 
Chapel, in ihc North; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 
[P. R. Kaye, v. 79.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of an inscription on a tomb in the 
church of Wistow : 5 in. x 2 in. [^ SLV. 75.] 

" Plan de Yorke," being a colored plan ; drawn about the year 
1650, by a French artist, on a scale of 80 paces to an inch : 
2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. u.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of York Cathedral ; drawn by the Rct. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. iss.] 

Two diagrams, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of 
the arches of the nave of York Cathedral ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [.Add. 6737. ff. 

8, 9.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of one of the capitals to the pillars in the 
eastern part of York Cathedral ; drawn by James Essex: 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6769. p. !/6.] 

Twelve sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and archi- 
tectural details of York Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 107- 
118.] 

Sketches, iu pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in York 
Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich t each 6 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. 6743. ff. w. 4g. 46. si.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular south window of the tran- 
sept of York Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
7 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6743. fol. i6.] 

Diagram, in pen and ink, to shew the construction of one of 
the windows of the south aisle of York Cathedral ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in, x 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. 
«■] 

Half elevation, in Indian ink, of a design for an altar of Italian 
style, for York Cathedra] ; drawn by Nicholas Hawksmoor : 
1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [* XLV. 7. // s.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in York Minster ; by 
S. II. Grimm : I f. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, v. 7s.] 

A drawing, in crayons, of an ancient bust in York Cathedral; 
by S. Wollaston, 1735 : I f. 7 in. x 1 f, 2 in. [* XLv. 7. n «.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the roof of the chapler-hoiise of York 
Cat) IV the Hef . ■" 6 in. x 4 iu. 



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I 



YORKSHIRE. 323 

Bkotch, in pen and int, of the door of the chapter-house of 
York Cathedral ; drawn by ihc Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. le.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of pari of one of the windows of the 
chapter-howse of York Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 36.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the east window of the Bouth aisle 
• of St. Denis Church, in Waira Gate, York; drawn by the 
Key. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in St. Helen's 
Church, York; drawn by James Essex: 3 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6769. p. 2S6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the church porch of St. Margaret's, 

York ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. C768. 

p. tH6.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of St. Martinis 

Church at York ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, 

X 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. los.j 
A colored norlh-west view of the church of St. Michael le Bel- 

frey, York; drawn by J. Buckler, in 1805; 1 f. x 9 iu. 

[ft XLV. 8. «.] 

Bketcb, in pen and ink, of the east end of the old chapel upon 
the Ouse Bridge at York ; drawn by the Kev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. ue.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of the 
chapel on the Ouse Bridge at York ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6758. ff. 39-«.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the interior of St. Mary's 
Abbey, at York ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 iu. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6732. fol. io<i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the town gate at York ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. x SJ in. [P. R. Kaye, v. n.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Clifford's Tower, at York; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1778: 1 f. x 9} iu. [P. R. Kaye, v. 7-.;.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of " a stone in basso relievo, found 
10 foot under ground, in Micklegate, York, in 1747," repre- 
Eeuting " Mithras sacriiicing a bull, in the spring quarter, at 
the sun's entrance into S " ; drawn by Dr. Wm. Slukeley, 
with an explanatory letter from him to Smart Letliieullier, 
Esq., 9 Oct. 1749 : 1 f. X 7i in.: with a small copy of the 
Bame, Sj in. x 3 in. [ft xlv. u. c] 



WALES. 



ANGLESEA. 

BketCH, in pencil, of ihe npper part of a window in Bet 
Church ; drawn by ihe Rev. Thomas Kcrrich : 
[Add. 6759. fol. lo.] 

A colored view of the mounUinfs, with Penmacn Mawr and the 
island of Anglcsea, taken from the road at the three mile stotie 
leading to Bangor ; drawn by I. Bulman : 1 f. 6 in. x ,1 ^ 
1 in. [* XL¥I. 58. 1. c] 

A colored view of Penmaen Mawr, and Lord Penrhyn's hoitse, 
taken from Bangor ; 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. [A xlvi. 5s. t. b.] 



BRECKNOCKSHIRE. 

A colored "map [on vellum] of Llangattock and Llangcner 
glebe land, in tlie county of Breckuock"; drawn by Darid 
Davis, in 1804: I f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [^ xiSl. in.] 



CAERMARTI' NSHIRE. 



A colored east viow of the E|'!s. 
2 in. X 9 iu. [& XLVi. ,i7. i 

A colored " prospect from iIr 
X 9 in. [* xLVi. s7. 1. A.J 



sUIUhnt^ 




Drawing, in pen and ink, of an ancient sculptured stone found 
al Kaers Macn, not far from Aber-Sannan : 9 in. x 7 in. [* 

XLVI. 10.] 

A colored view of Kidwdy or Kydwelly Castle, taken from llie 
church-yard; drawn by T. I., in 1766; I f. 4 in. x 11 in. 
[A XLVI. 53. c] 



CAERNARVONSHIRE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink ofBangor Church .... aCathedrall"; 
drawn by Randle Holme the third : 8 in. x 7 in. [Harl. 
2073. fol. S3.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows in Caernarvon Church and 
Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6759. fol. 10.] 

A colored view of Queen's Gate, Caernarvon : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 in. 
[4 XLVI. *5. A-.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of Conway or Aber Conway Castle ; 
drawn by Capt. Archibald Robertson : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
t* XLVI. 46. /.] 



;A view, in pen and ink, of Conway Castle; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x s\ in. [Add. 6735. fol. 

53.] 

view, in pencil, of part of Conway Castle and walls : 1 f. x 
7^ in. [lb XLVI. 46. m.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of architectural details of Conway Castle ; 

drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. ^Add. 

6759. fol. 9. A.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Laughame Castle, taken 

iVoni Uie road; drawn by Captain Archibald Robertson, of 

the EDRtnvorv: I (. Q'la. x I f. 3 in. [di xlvi. ■i\. &.] 

A vi^ ■ I olian ink, of iho mins of Laughame Castle, token 
f- .... ■<t: dntW'M by L'at>tain A. Robertson; 1 f. 9 in. 



oar Caenunon; drawn by 
'■ :■!, [ft XLVI. 15. w.] 

< : u: 1 C 1 in. X 9 in. 



CARDIGANSHIRE. 

" Plan de Cardigan " ; being a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist about 1650, on a scale of 40 paces to 1} inch : 1 f. 8 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 6.] 

A colored view of the waterfall near the ford beyond the Devil's 
Bridge: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [* XLVi. 69. d.] 

A colored view of the waterfall, which is the third below the 
Devil's Bridge : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [dr xlvi. G9. e."] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the arch of the doorway and pillars 
in the porch of Llanbadem Church, " said to have been the 
first bishoprick in Wales;" drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 8.] 

A colored map of the northern part of Cardiganshire, shewing 
the course of the rivers : 2 f 3 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 5223. 
art. -1.] 



DENBIGHSHIRE. 



lAdd. 5222^ I 

J 



Sketch, in pen and ink, of a plan of Denbigh Castle ; drawn 
by Randlc Holme the third: 1 f. x 8 in. [Harl. 2073. 

fol. 33.] 

A colored bird's-eye view, entitled " the plotforme and uprightc 
of the castle of Lyons, alias Holtc Castle, nere the towne of 
Holte, within the lordship of Bromfeld, in the counlie of 
Denbigh, as it was in anno 1620 ; by John Norden, Dcputie 
Surveyour to Sir Richard Smith, Surveyour Generall to Prince 
Charles :" 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Harl. 3696. fol. 3.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of " Lion Castle, alias Holt"; drawn 
by Handle Holme the third: 8 in. X 7 in. [HarL 207S. 
fol. 46.] 

A colored plan of Holt Casile ; drawn by John Norden, in 10| 
1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 2 in. r^"*-'- 3fi96- ^1- *■] 



,A plan, ill y 

by Rai)(l!.. 
fol. «.] 

A colore!^ 
liiicwdii 



Ilk, of Lion Castle, alias Holt; drawn 
I ■ 'liird : 10 in. X 7 in. [Harl. 2073. 



: .jf Mn. ] 
survevtd i 



mapped in the year 1747;" by Edwai-d Malthen-s; drawn 
on a scale of four chains to an inch : 3 f. x 2 f. 2 in. ^Add. 
12,563. ffl,] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Wrilhen [Rhuthyn?] Castle; drawn 
by Handle Holme the third: 8 in. x 7 in. IHarl. 2073. 

4.-..] 

I A nortb-east view, in pen and ink, of Wrilhen Castle ; drawn 
by Randle Holme the third: 7 in. x 7 in. iHarl. 2073. 

fol. .13.] 



FLINTSHIRE. 



■A Bketcli, ill pencil, of Hawardcn Castle; drawn by ihe Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 0735. fol. ig;i.] 



GLAMORGANSHIRE. 



i 



L south-east view, in pen and ink, of "Eccleeia Sancti Cadoc! 
rel Cadoxlou Church, jiixta Neath;" drawn iu 173C: I f. 
X 7^ in. [* xLvii. 47.] 

L view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Caerphilly Castle ; drawn 
by Capt. Archibald Robertson, of the Engineers: 1 f. 9 in. 
X 1 f. 3 in. [ffl XLVii. 37. c] 

A colored cast view of Dunravon House; drawn in July, 1775: 
1 f. 6 in. X 6} in, [A xlvii. 44. i. a.] 

view, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Dunravon 
House; drawn in July, 1775: 1 f. 3 in. x lOin. [ffl xLVir. 
44. 1. £.] 

\. tinted view of the ruins of the west end of Llandaff Cathe- 
\ dral ; drawn by Q. Crosland: I f. 1 in. x 1 f. [ffl xLVit. 

h«-/l 

L. sketch, in pencil, of " the south prospect of the Cathedral 
i Church of Landaffe, as intended to be repaired and new 
fbuill:" 8 in. x 6^ in. [ffl xlvii. 38. ^.] 

th view, in Indian ink, of Langavellach or Langefalach 
>er works, " 5 miles north-west of Swansea ; " drawn 
It 1750 : 1 f. 2i in. x 9 in. [ffl xlvii. 51. i.] 



A plan, in Indian ink, of " part of the Abby of Klargam, in 
GlamorganBhire, now the seat of the Lord Mansel, 1786;" 
drawn on a scale of 32 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 7^ in. [Sf 
XLVIl. 44. 3. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Harlech Caslle ; drawn by Capt. 

Archibald Robertson, of the Engineers : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[fb XLvii. es. €.] 
A colored view of the ruins of Montgomery Castle: I f. 7^ in. 

X 1 f. 3 in. Qdi XLTii. 76. h.'] 
A view, in pencil, of Pont Aberglaslyn : 1 f. x 7j in. [^ xlvi. 

48. e.] 



PEMBROKESHIRE. 

A colored north-east view of the ruins of Ford Chapel : 7^ in. 

X 5 in. [if? xLvu. 94. }.] 
A sketch, in pen and ink, of the Druidical monument called 
Maen y gromlech : 3 in. X 2 in. [Hart. 6250. fol. ??.] 

A colored sketch of Uie country from Gloucester to Pembroke, 
with Milford Haven, aa reconnoitred by Lieul.-Col. David 
Watson, Deputy Quarter Master General of his Majesty's 
forces ; drawn by Lieut, [afterwards Major- General] William 
Roy, 3 March, 1756, on a scale of three quarters of an inch 
to a mile; 9 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 4 in. Attached is Col. Watson's 
Report on the stale of the roads and passes, [ft vt, i u.j 

Another copy, on the same scale and size. [^ vi. iir>.] 

A colored plan of Milford Haven with the country up to Haver- 
fordwest and Canaston Bridge; surveyed by Lieut— Col. David 
Watson, 3 March, 1756, and drawn by Lieut. Wm. Roy, ou 
a scale of lOOO yards to an inch ; with plans and elevations 
of Stack Rock, on a scale of 60 feet to an inch, and of Bicktoii 
Point, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 

[ft XLVII. 80.] 

Two other copies, on the aame scale and nixc. [ft : 
81. a. b. and as.] 

A colored chart of VBB^^^^B >■ ilmwu temp, Elizi 
i f. 3 in. X 1 f. j^^^^ . to.] 



An engraved eidoC^^H f^AVcii 

miles to aa tmfi^^B [_M'' 



WALES. 329 

A ** plan of Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire, with the recent 
improvements, 1812," being an engraved chart from the Hy- 
drographer'^s Office at the Admiralty, with Ms. additions, shew- 
ing schemes for new roads, etc. ; drawn on a scale of 1000 yards 
to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 12,229. a.] 

Printed " Proposals for forming a Joint Stock Company under 
an Act of Parliament, to be obtained in the next Session, for 
the improvement of Milford in Milford Haven, by forming, at 
a very moderate expense, extensive wet and dry docks, and 
rendering it a port of perfect security and refuge for ships of 
all descriptions under the most distressing circumstances.^^ 
[Add. 12,229. e.] 

An engraved sketch of part of Milford Haven, with the pro- 
posed wet dock and bridge, etc., from Milford to Hubber- 
stone, " as projected by Francis Fortune ; " drawn on a scale 
of 530 yards to an inch ; with a sketch of the proposed road 
and bridge to avoid Merlin's Hill, on a scale of 350 yards 
to an inch : with the crest of the Hon. R. F. Greville : 1 f. 

2 in. X 9 in. It is endorsed " Milford, Mr. Fortune's pro- 
posal." [Add. 12,229./.] 

An engraved colored chart, shewing the entrances of the English, 
St. George's, and the Bristol Channels, with part of the At- 
lantic Ocean ; marking their relative situations to Milford 
Haven, and likewise those of the principal ports on the south 
side of England and Ireland as connected with that haven ; 
including likewise parts of the coast of France, nearest to 
it: with the crest and initials of the Hon. R. F. Greville: 1 f. 

3 in. X 1 f. [Add. 12,229. g.] 

An engraved colored chart shewing the relative situation of 
Milford Haven with all the principal ports of the European 
seas, with their distances from that port: with the initials and 
crest of the Hon. R. F. Greville: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 j in. ^Add. 
12,229. A.] 

Milford was the property of the late Hon. Robert Fulk Gre- 
ville, and the three preceding plans and charts appear to have 
been engraved at his expense. 

Colored plan of the naval ground near Patter Fort in Milford 
Haven, shewing an arrangement for forming a wharf with 
building slips, working sheds, etc. ; drawn by Edward 
Holl, in July, 1813, on a scale of 80 feet to an inch, with 
a section of the ground : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 
12,229. b. c] 

A report [12,229. c] accompanies this plan, apparently 
from the Navy Board to the Lords of the Admiralty, and 

VOL. II. u u 



830 WALES. 

marked ^^ for the Comptroller/' recommending the formation 
of the proposed yard at Patter, and its restriction to the build- 
ing of fngates. 

A colored plan of the crown lands at Patter Fort, Milford 
Haven, with a plan of the Fort and a profile of the beach ; 
drawn by Edward Holl, in Sept. 1813, on a scale of 80 feet 
to an inch : 3 f. 8 in. x 2 f . 5 in. [Add. 12,229. d.] 

A colored view of the Stack Bock, Milford Haven : 8 in. x 5 
in. [lb XLVII. 87. 1. a.] 

^' Plan de Penbroke," being a colored plan ; drawn about the 
year 1650, by. a French artist, on a scale of 100 paces to an 
inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f . 4 in. [Add. 1 1,564. art. 13.] 

A colored view of Bridge End, Pembroke ; drawn by "... . 
Lloyd, Esq.:" 1 f. 7 J in. X 1 f. 1|^ in. [tb XLVii. 89. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Pembroke Castle ; drawn by Captain 
Archibald Robertsop, of the Engineers : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[lb XLVII. 89. e.] 

A perspective draught, in Indian ink, of Pembroke Market- 
house ; by Richard Evans : 1 f . x 9 in. [tb xlvii. 89. y.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of the west firont of St. David's Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6742. fol. 26.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window in the bishop's 
palace, at St. David's ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Keiridi : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add, 6743. fol. is.] 



SCOTLAND. 



GENERAL MAPS. 



An illuminated map, on vellum, of the kingdom of Scotland, 
which is represented as of a quadrangular form, with rudely 
executed drawings of buildings to show the principal places ; 
drawn probably about the year 1440: 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[Lansd. 204. fol. 825.] 

This map accompanies a fine manuscript of the Chronicle 
of John Hardyng, which formerly belonged to the Cottoniau 
Library, and afterwards to one of the Gerards, Earls of Mac- 
clesfield, whose arms are emblazoned at the beginning. The 
volume is described in the Lansdowne Catalogue, pt ii. p. 73, 
and in the preface to Sir Henry Ellis's edition of Hardyng's 
Chronicle, pp. xiv, xv. 

An outline map, uncolored, of the southern half of the king- 
dom of Scotland ; of quadrangular form, with representations 
of the principal places ; it resembles in many respects the 
map in the Bodleian Library, [Archiv. Selden. B. 26.] which 
is engraved by Gough in his " British Topography," vol. ii. 
pi. viii., and described by him at pp. 579-583, where he has 
given an account of the variations in this copy. It is pro- 
bably of a little later date than the Lansdowne Ms. last men- 
tioned: 1 f. IJ in. X 9 in. [Harl 661. fol. is?.] 

This map also accompanies a manuscript of Hardyng's 
Chronicle, which is described in the Harleian Catalogue, 
vol. i. p. 400. 

u u 2 



382 SCOTLAND. 

A "new and correct Mercator'g map of North Britain .... by 
John Elpliinstone, Esq., P. Engineer, 1745;" an engraved 
map, with colored lines added to show the military roads: 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [* XLViii. i7. so.] 
[Two copies.] 

Another copy of Elphinstone's map, wiih Ms. additions, show- 
ing " the posts occupied by regular troops in the Highlands;" 
by Col. Watson: 2 f 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [dl XLvm. ib.] 

Another copy of Elphinstone's map, with a Ms. " explanation 
of the posts proposed to be occupied by the regular troops in 
the Highlands in the summer of 1750, with the particular 
districts of each command;" by Col. Watson: 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f. in. [* XLVIII, 19.] 

A colored " map of North Britain, done by order of the Earl of 
Albemarle, Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Forces in 
Scotland ; by J. Elphinstone, P. E," ; with views of the 
castles of Edinburgh, Dumbarton, Stirling and Blackness, of 
his Majesty's road over the Coiryarick Hills, and a plan of 
the battle of Culloden; drawn in 1746, on a scale of six 
miles to an inch : 4 f. 9 in. X 3 f. 6 in. [fi XLViii. as,] 

A very large and highly finished colored military survey of the 
kingdom of Scotland, exclusive of tlie islands, undertaken by 
orderof William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, and executed 
by Lientenant [afterwards Major- General] William Roy, and 
other officers, under the superintendence of Lieul.-Col. David 
Wataon, Deputy Quarter- Master- General of the Forces, in 
the years 1 7 J7-] 756 ; drawn on a scale of about two inches 
to a mile: it is divided into 38 compartments which are 
contained in eight cases : a small map is attached, marked 
with corresponding divisions, to serve as a key to the ar- 
rangement. [A XLVIII. 15.] 

The rough copy or original protraction of the northern part of 
the same survey, on the same scale with the preceding: in 84 
rolls of various sizes, some of which are duplicates. [^ 

XLVIII. 2S.] 

No. 35 of these rolls is wanting. 

A highly finished colored military survey of Scotland, reduced 
firom the preceding ; drawn (apparently by General Roy) on 
a scale of Sj miles to an inch ; 1 1 f. 6 in, x 7 f. [^ xi,vm 

An unfinished colored copy of the same survey, ou the same 
scale as the preceding: 10 f. x 7 f. [^ xLviir. «5.] 
A letter from Mr. Chamhorlaine of the Tower, dat^d 22 



SCOTLAND. 333 

Oct. 1789, to General Dundaa, is attached, staling tliat the 
writer had this map from the late General Roy, and mention- 
ing the following reduclion. 

An unfinished survey, in outline, of Scotland, reduced from llie 
preceding; drawn by Thomas Chamberlaine, on a scale tif 
about six miles to an inch: 5 f. 1 in. x 4 f. 2 in, [ft 

tXLvm. M.] 



lH unfinished map of the eastern half of Scotland, and part of 
England ; drawn on a scale of three mites to an inch : 8 f. 
X 2 f. 5 in. t* xLViii. KS.] 

A plait of the opposite borders of Scotland to the west marches 
of England:" showing the different castles and houses of 
strength ; drawn in Dec. 1 590 : 1 f. 1 in. x flj in. [O. R. 
Lihr. 18. D. in. fol. 7n.] 

This map has been engraved and published, with some re- 
marks by Sir Henry Ellis, in the Archtpoloifia of the Society 
of Antiquaries, vol. xxii, p. 61. 

A colored map of the south-western part of Scotland, containing 
the rivers Clyde, Forth, &c. ; drawn by John Adair, about 
16'J0: 1 f. 11 in. X 1 r. 7 in. [ifr XLViii. «.] 

I A colored " geDerall mappe of the wast of Scotland, containing 
the shyres of Clydsdail, Nilhsdail, Galloway, sliyres of Ayre, 
and Renfrew;" draivn by J. Adair, in 1686, on a scale of 
four miles to an inch : I f. 8 in. x I f. 5 in. [& XLViii. u.] 

f A colored "map of the firth and river of Forth, with part of 
the shires of Lothian ; survey'd by Mr. John Adair, F.R.S. ; 
and Tweeddale and Elerilt Forrest; surveyed by William 
Edgar, 1743 :" -2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* XLViir. 45.] 

f A " compleat and exact map of the Lotbians, containing the 
shires of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Linhthgow ; with a 
view of the country from Stirlingshire to Bemicl* shire, in 
which is marked out the different marches of the rebels, and 
their encampments in these countries, being the fullest and 
most particular of any map yet extant; surveyed by Mr. 
Adair, with some improvements by a gentleman ;" published 
by And. Millar, 1745, with large additions and corrections 
in Ms. : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [sfr XLVIII. 48. 6.] 

f A colored " map of the towns (and adjacent towns) in the high 
and low roads from Aberdeen to Inverness ; also all the towns 
and havens on the sea coast from Aberdeen to Inverness, 
and to the Frith of Cromarty;" drawn (by J. Adair?) about 
1690, on a scale of four miles to an inch : 2 f. x 1 1 in. [ft 
XLVIII. liri.] 



3S4 SCOTLAND. 

A colored map of the ^ Highlands of ScotlaDd, with the situa- 
tion of the sereral clans and the nomber of men able to 
bear arms, as also the forts [Fort William, Fort Aogoslns, 
and Fort George] lately erected, and roads of communication 
or military ways carried on by his Majesty's command, with 
the seats of the most considerable nobility in the Low Coun- 
try;** drawn in 1731, by C. Lempri^,on a scale of 6|> miles 
to an inch : 4 f. 4 in. x 3 f. 3 in. [tb XLTin. is.] 

A colored ** exact plan of his Majesty's great roads dnrougfa the 
Highlands of Scotland ;** drawn about 1740, on a scale of 
six mfles to an inch : 1 il 5 in. x I £ [A xltiii. 5s.] 

A colored ^map of the king^s roads, made br his Excellency 
General Wade in the Highlands €if Scotland ;** drawn by R. 
Cooper, on a scale of four miles to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x S £: 
with a tracing of the same map. [A XLTm. m.] 

A colored ^ map of the roads of communication through the 
Highlands of Scotland, with the rirers, bridges, and adjacent 
Tillages;^ drawn by WilHam Edgar, in 1746, on a scale of 
2| inches to a m3e: 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f. [A XLTin. 56.] 

A colored map of the Highlands of Scotland, between the 
Murray Firth on the noith. Glisgow on the south, luTerary 
on the west, and Couper on the east ; drawn about 1745 : 
3 C X 2 f. 2 in. [ft XLTin. £.] 

A caloied ^ Sketch of the four northern counties of Scotland, 
with the roads of comicunicaticn proposed therein,* with an 
explanation, shewing the xsilitaiT roads executed ; drawn by 
HeniT Castleman, on a scale of 10 miks to an inch : 2 f. x 
1 f. 6 in. [0 XLViu. 3:.^ 

A colorwi "^ Surrey (Xo. V fnym the Wa?er Arena to Braemar 
Cisue, measuring iwei::y-s<eTcn mues;" drawn by George 
Canapbel]« Cadet Gminer. in 17W. oa a scale of 1000 yards 
to an inch : 3 £ x 1 l. 6 in. [ft xiviii. -2..] 

A coloied "* Surrey (Xo. ^'^ fivwa ibe Water Findom to the 
Water Av^eun^iBeasuiicc tbiny-STe miles:" ^I: a ^n by George 
Campbdl* on tlie suDe sc&jc : 4 ^. 1 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 

XLTIII. «^3 

A ocdcwrd "^ Surrey Niv. S -m" ui-e Water Irodom from the 
feny Dear Fv>rrw to ibe Bnife :c l>iine, measuring l4j 
rnks;*^ drawn br G^ivcre Ci^zrCieZ, in 1750, on a scale of 

« ^ * 

MM raidsL to aii i»<i : $ : • 1 in. x sh in, 'ft xitiii. to.] 

A CiJow^ * Scrrer "N ,v 4 rv«: iSr "rc::i£» of Dikie to Nairn ; 
ftx^M llmK>r lo tie *ttt .-vf Fi-^^r.r^, stxr Forrest neascring 16J 
miW;'^ dr»wn bx G-:>>rcf Cxxtrc*fZ, m I 75m, oa a scale of 

• * • ■ 

M>> raiviii ;o jtr :r>c>, ' :? ?' !0 r.% v :^ f. e :=. 'ft xltiii. ri.l 



SCOTLAND. 835 



ABERDEENSHIRE. 

A colored "New and correct map of Aberdeen and Banf Shires, 
with the contiguous parts of Muny, Angus, and Meams 
Shires, in which the subderisions are exactly delineated;'' 
drawn by Andrew Logie, in 1746, and dedicated to the Duke 
of Cumberland ; with six small views and plans of Aberdeen : 
3 f. 6 in. X 3 f. [^b xlviii. 39.] 

A colored plan of Old and New Aberdeen, with the adjacent 
country, up to Meldrum and Inverury ; drawn about 1740 : 
10^ in. X 9 in. [9b XLix. 5. i.] 

A colored plan of Old and New Aberdeen, with the adjacent 
country, " done by order of His Royal Highness the Duke of 
Cumberland;'' 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [di xlix. 5. 9.] 

A " Survey of the cities of New and Old Aberdeen, the har- 
bour and country adjacent; by Andrew Logie;" drawn on 
" a scale of 6000 feet equal to the computed mile : each ^V^h 
of an inch being 100 feet:" 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [di xlix. 

5, 3.] 

A survey, in Indian ink, of ^^ Old and New Aberdeen, with the 
adjacent country between the rivers Dee and Don;" drawn 
[by G. and W. Paterson ?] : 1 f. 5 J in. x 1 f. 2 in. [* 
xlix. 7.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Old Aberdeen ; drawn by Andrew 
Logie, in 1746 : 5^ in. x 5 in. [9b XLViii. 39.] 

A plan, in pencil, of Old Aberdeen: 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [^b 

XUX. 8.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the " Town and harbour of [New] 
Aberdeen; surveyed and drawn by Daniel Paterson, 1745-6," 
on a scale of 50 yards to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [tfr 

XLIX. 9.] 

" An exact (colored) plan of the town and harbour of (New) 
Aberdeen, survey'd and drawn by Daniel Paterson, 1745-6," 
on a scale of 100 yards to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 10^ in. [^b 

XLIX. 10.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of ^^ the works at Aberdeen, April 7th, 
1746;" drawn by Daniel Paterson, on a scale of 50 feet to 
an inch ; with a profile on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 
1 f . 3 in. X 8i in. [^b xlix. is. «.] 



336 SCOTLAND. 

A plan, in Indian ink, of " the hospital, with the additional 
works at New Aberdeen;'' drawn by Daniel Paterson, iu 
1746, on a scale of 60 feet to an inch: 1 f. 1 in. x 11| in. 

[di XLIX. 12. d.] 

An outline sketch of the ground round the hospital at New 
Aberdeen ; drawn by W. Eyres : 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [di xlix. 

12. c] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of the harbour of Aberdeen; 
drawn in 1746, by Andrew Logic : 8 in. x 5 in. [di XLViii. 

59.] 



3i 



A colored bird's-eye view of the harbour of Aberdeen, taken 
from the west; drawn by Andrew Logic, in 1746 : 8 in. x 
5 in. [ft XLVIII. 39.] 

A west view and an east view, in Indian ink, of the blockhouse 
at Aberdeen ; drawn in 1746, by Andrew Log^e : each 5^ in. 
x 5 in. [ft XLVIII. 39.] 

A colored map of the road between Forfar and Aberdeen ; 
drawn by William Edgar: "2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft XLViii. 57.] 

A colored " Survey of the different parts of the road joined be- 
twixt Blair Gowrie and Braemar, made by a detachment of 
one hundred men of Lord Viscount Bury's regiment of foot, 
in the year 1750, by G. Morrison, Eng^ ;'' drawn on a scale 
of 400 yards to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2^ in. [ft xlyiii. 

67.] 

A colored " Plan of part of the road from Perth to Fort George, 
between Braemarr and Corgarfi* Barracks, made by four com- 
panys of Holmes's, two of Lord George Beauclerk's, and one 
of Lieut.-Gen. Skelton's regiments of foot, in the summer of 
1753;" drawn by Harry Gordon, Engineer, on a scale of 400 
yards to an inch : 4 f. 9 in. x 3 f . 4 in. [ft XLViii. 74.] 

A colored " Survey from the castle of Cargaff to the castle of 
Braemarr, three different roads ; " drawn by George Camp- 
bell, Cadet Gunner, in 1751, on a scale of 1000 yards to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [ft XLViii. 73.] 

A colored plan of the ground about Castletown, in Braemarr : 
8 in. X 6 in. [ft xlix. 13. ?. a.] 

A colored plan of Braemarr Castle, with the outworks, taken in 
the year 1750, with plans of the separate floors; drawn on a 
scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. X If. Sj^ in. [ft xux. 

13. 2. c] 



SCOTLAND. 387 

Colored plans and a section of the di£ferent floors of Brae- 
marr Castle, *^as it stands at present,^* and as intended to 
be, '^ with the designed repairs'^; drawn about 1745, on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 8^ in. [di xlix. is. 

2. i.] 

An elevation, in Indian ink, of the principal front of Braemarr 
Castle: 1 f. X 10} in. [^ xlix. is. 2. d,] 

An elevation, in Indian ink, of the south front of Braemarr 
Castle : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [^b xlix. i3. 2. e.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Braemarr Castle: 
8 in. X 6 in. [di xlix. is. 9. /.] 

A colored plan of the ground about Corgarff Castle : 8 in. x 
6 in. [d? XLIX. 14. a.] 

A colored design for the outworks of Corgarff Castle ; drawn 
on a scale of 40 feet to an inch, with a section, on a scale of 
20 feet to an inch : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [di xux. i4. g.] 

Plans, in Indian ink, of the different floors of Corgarff Castle, 
before the additions ; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 2 in. X 7^ in. [di xlix. j4. b.] * 

Flans and section, in Indian ink, of the different floors of Cor- 
garff Castle, ^^ as it stands at present,'' and colored plans 
and section ^^ with the designed pavilions and repairs ^ ; 
drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 7 in., with 
an unfinished copy of the same plans, [di xlix. i4. e. d.] 

Flan, in outline, of the different floors of Corgarff Castle, ^' with 
the designed repairs'^ ; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch: 
1 f. 2 in. X 7 in. [di xux. 14. e.] 

A colored plan of the first floor of Corgarff Castle, " with the 
new additions'' ; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : I f. 
X 6 in. [di XLIX. 14. /.] 

A section, in outline, of Corgarff Castle, ^^ as it stands at pre- 
sent," and another section *^ with the designed repairs " : 1 f. 
1 in. X 8^ in. [d? xlix. 14. A.] 



ANGUS, OR FORFARSHIRE. 
See FORFARSHIRE. 

VOL. II. X X 



SCOTLAKD. 



ARGYLESHIRE. 

An ouiliDe map of the district of Coval, in the sUre of Aigjie ; 
drawn on a scale of 60 Scots chains (each of 74 feet) to an 
inch :3C.8in.x2fl2in. [tf? xux. f6.] 

An outline map of the districts of Cantjre and Knapdalfj in 
the shire of Argjk : 5 f. 8 in. x 1 £ 6 in. {0 XLix. f7.] 

A colored " new and conect map of Loch Lomond, with the 
coontiT circumjacent, being part of Dambartooshire, Ai^gjle- 
shire, and Stirlingshire; surrered bj Will. Edgar, 1743**: 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [tf? xlviu. 47.] 

An unfinished sketch, in lead-pencil, of the country between 
Loch Hoe and Loch Lomond : 1 £ 10 in. x 1 il 7 in. [tfe 

XLVIII. 46.] 

A colored map of ** the course of the King's Road makong be- 
twixt Dumbarton and InTeraiy, (so as to cross no Fenys,) 
with the country circumjacent : surveyed by Will. Edgar, 
1745" : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 £ 2 in. [^ XLrni. 59.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Dunstafinage Castle ; drawn by Dr. 
Richard *Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1761 : 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Jdd. 14,256. fpl. i38».] 

A colored general view of Inveraiy ; drawn in 1747 : 2 £ 4 in. 
x 7 in. [tf? XLix. SI. 1. aJ] 

A colored view of Inrerary Castle : 5 in. x 4 in. [di xux. 3i. 
1.*.] 

A view, in pencil, of the bridge orer the rirer at Inreiaiy : 1 £ 
X 7^ in. [di XLIX. 31. 1. c] 

A colored map of Taynish, Duntaynish, Scotnish, Ardnafadbeg, 
Barbay, Ardnakog, Turbuskel, Upper Femogh, Bamashalog, 
Barbrack, Barbay in Ross, Ardbeg, Barcormick, and Kil- 
murrey, all contiguous, situate in the shire of Argyle and 
kingdom of Scotland, belonging to Roger Mac NeQ, of 
Taynish, Esq., and surveyed by his order and appointment 
in July and August, 1747, by Stephen M*. Dougal'*; drawn 
on a scale of 40 perches to an inch (each of 18^ feet) : 4 f. 
4 in. X 2 £ 10 in. [di xlix. 28.] 

ARGYLESHIRE HEBRIDE& 

A colored ''map of the Island Giga, situate in the shire of 
Argyle belonging to Roger Mac Neil, of Taynish, 



SCOTLAND. 839 

Esq., and surveyed by his appointment, in June, 1747, by 
Stephen Mac Dougal^; drawn on a scale of 40 [perches ?] 
to an inch : 4 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [di XLix. 37. i.] 

• 

A colored general view of the Island of Jona or Icolmkill : 
5 in. X 4 in. [di xux. 37. 2. a.] 

A colored view of the ruins of the cathedral in lona : 5 in. x 
4 in. [di XLIX. 37. 2. b.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of the ^' church of Icolmkill''; 
drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 
10 in. x's in. [Add. 14,256. fol. 149* ] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured sepulchral figure in the 
cathedral of lona ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6729. £ol. 133.] 

A large colored " map of Ha, one of the Hebrides, or Western 
Islands, laying off the west coast of Scotland^'; without 
a scale : 3 f. 9 in. X 3 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,803. a.] 

Two colored views of the outside and inside of a weaver'^s 
cottage in Islay : each 6^ in. x 4} in. [di xlix. 37. s. a. £.] 

A colored ^^ plan of Castle Duart, in the Island of Mull, 1748 f 
drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ in^ 

[di XLIX. 38. 1.] 

A colored view of the ruins of the monastery in Oronsay : 5 in. 

X 4 in. [di XLIX. 38. 2.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured sepulchral figure in 
the monastery of Oronsay ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 9 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 96.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Fingal's Cave, in the Island of Stafia ; 
drawn by Antonio de Bittio: 2 f . x 1 f . 2 in. [di xlix. 

39. a.] 

A colored '^ plan of the island Stalker and castle, belonging to 
Mr. Campbell, of Airds, in Argyleshire " ; drawn on a scale 
of 24 feet to an inch ; with plans of the different stones, 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 

[* XLIX. 40.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the "castle of Tene Stalcar"; drawn 
by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. 
X 8 in. [Add. 14,256. fol. i7j*.] 



AYRSHIRE. 

A view, in pencil, of " Ballantrae Castle, Ayrshire": 11 in, 
^ 8^ in. [d? XLIX. 41. 4.] 

X X 2 



340 fiCOTLAXD. 

A rieWf in pencil, of ^ Castle Craig, near Saltcoats'' : 1 1 x 

7} ID. [di XLIX. 41. 6.] 

DravringB, in Indian ink, of a ^ door and window at the 
mansion boose of Irwin"*; bv Dr. Ricbaid Pocock, Bisbop 
of Ossorjr,in 1760: eacb 10 in. x 8 in. {Add. 14,256. ff. 
no*. 111*.] 

A Tiew, in pencil, of ^ Kilkerran Old Castle, Ajnbire": 1 £ 
X 7^ in. [ft XLix. 41. 7.] 

A Tiew, in pencil, of ^Killocban, Ajishire, tbe seat of Sir 
Andrew Catbcart, Bart., witb tbe Bock of Ailsa, and tbe 
Arran Hills^: 1 £ x 7|^ in. [ft xux. 4i. s.] 



A Tiew, in pencil, of ''part of Kilwinning Priory**: 11 in. x 
8^ in. [ft XLix. 41. 8.] 

A Tiew, in pencil, of ^ Knock-dolian, on tbe Waters of Stincbar, 
Ayrsbire**: 1 £ x 7|^ in. [ft XLix. 4i. 3.] 

A Tiew, in pencil, '' on the water of Stinsar or Stincbar, near 
Common-nell, Ayrsbire^ : 1 £ x 7^ in. [ft xlix. 4i. 5.] 

A Tiew, in Indian ink, of '' Tumbory Castle, on tbe coast of 
Ayrsbire " : 1 £ x 7^ in. [ft XLix. 4i. 9.] 



BANFFSHIRE. 

A colored '' new and correct map of Aberdeen and Banf sbires, 
with the contiguous parts of Murry, Angus, and Meams 
sbires^ ; drawn by Andrew Logic, in 1746 : 3 f. 6 in. x 3 £ 

[ft XLVIII. 39.] 

A colored '' general mapp of tbe riTer Spey from the Reid Rock 
above the Boat att Focober downward to the sea, being four 
measured miles, wherein is expresst the main akis of the river, 
with the different strinns that run therefrom, banks of channel 
and green-ground, whereof some part arable and others not ; 
those parts marVd witb the bushes are whins and of a 
small value : this mapp expresses the exact figure of the 
whole, as it was in the last week of October and first two 
weeks of November, 1732, when the same was survey*'d by 
William Adam, Architect"; drawn on a scale of S^ chains 
(each 4 Scots falls, or 74 feet) to an inch : 6 £ 4 in. x 2 £ 
5 in. [ft XLVIII. 78.] 



SCOTLAND. 841 



BERWICKSHIRE. 

A plan of Aymouth, or Eyemouth, taken in 1557, in which 
year it was fortified by Henri Clutin, Sieur tfOysfell et de 
Ville Parisis : 1 f. 11 in. x I f. 4 in. [Cott Aug. i. i. 60.] 

See Cott. Ms. Calig. b. x. art. 128, and Tytler's History 
of Scotland, vol. vi. p. 66^ (ed. 1842.) 



BUTESHIRE. 

A view of the Bay of Lamlash, or Holy Island, on the east coast 
of the Isle of Arran ; drawn in Indian ink, by John Clerk, of 
Eldin, Esq. : 1 f. x 8 in. [^ xlix. s. 59.] 

A colored view of Rothesay Castle : 5 in. x 4 in. [^ xlix. 

47. 1.] 

CAITHNESS-SHIRE. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Castle Camigo (or Gir- 
nigoe), at Wick ; dra\<^n by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 1760: 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. [Add. 14,257. fol. 9i*.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Castle Sinclair, at Wick ; drawn by 
Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 
8 in. [Add. 14,257. fol. 9«*.] 

Flan, in Indian ink, of a circular '^ Picf s house," near John 
o*Groaf s Head ; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 176Q : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,257. fol. 86*.] 



CLACKMANNANSHIRE. 

A colored " mappe of the couutrie aboue Stirling, contayning 
Monteith, Straith Allan, Clackmananshire, and Stirlingshire; 
surveyed and designed bee John Adair, anno 1685^; drawn 
on a scale of 1^ inch to a mile: 2 f . x 1 f . 8 in. [di xLViii. 

44.] 

A " new and correct map of Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire; 
surveyed by William Edgar, 1743," and dedicated by him to 
William, Duke of Montrose; drawn on a scale of three- 
quarters of an inch to a mile : 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [di 

L. 93 1.] 



342 SCOTLAND. 



DUMBARTONSHIRE. 

A colored " new and correct map of Loch Lomuud, with the 
country circumjacent, being part of Dumbarton-shire, Argyle- 
shire, and Stirling-shire, surveyed by Will. Edgar, 1748"; 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [^ XLvni. 47.] 

A colored map of ^^ the course of the Kings's Road, makeing be- 
twixt Dumbarton and Inverary, (so as to cross no Ferrys,) 
with the country circumjacent; surveyed by Will. Edgar, 
1745": 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [^ XLViii. 59.] 

A colored "plan of Dumbarton Castle, 1725," with plans for 
proposed improvements ; drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [di xlix. 49.] 

A colored " plan of Dunbarton Castle, 1741," with proposed 
entrenchments ; drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f . 8 in. [^ xlix. 50.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Dumbarton Castle ; drawn by 
William Edgar, in 1743 : 3^ in. x 2 in. [di XLViii. 47.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Dumbarton Castle, taken from the 
north-west; drawn in 1746, by John Elphinstone: 6^ in. x 
4 in. [d? XLVIII. 22.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the river Clyde and Dumbarton Castle, 
taken from the east, with the village of Kirkpatrick, and the 
Castle of Dun glass ; drawn in 1769, by John Clerk, of 
Eldin, Esq. : 1 f. x 7^ in. [di xux. 2. art 58.] 

A sketch, in outline, of Dumbarton Castle, taken from the south 
side of the river Clyde, Loch Lomond and the hill Ben Lo- 
mond at a distance ; drawn by John Clerk, of Eldin, Esq. : 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. [di XLIX. ^. art. 63.] 

A view, in pencil, of Dumbarton Castle : 1 f. x 7 J in. [A 

XLIX. 51. c] 

A colored view of the kirk of Luss, and Loch Lomond, 1765 : 
7^ in. X 5 in. [di xlix. 53. i.] 

A view, in pencil, ^^on Loch Lomond, between Tarbet and 
Luss" : 1 f. X 7j in. [* xlix. 52. b.] 

A view, in pencil, of "Tarbet, on the banks of Loch Lomond**: 

1 f. X 7^ in. [* XLIX. 53. 2.] 

A view, in pencil, of " Tarbet Bay, Loch Lomond " : 1 f. x 7 
in. [di XLIX. 53. 2. c] 



SCOTLAND. 343 



DUMFRIESSHIRE. 

A colored bird's-eye view of the town of Annand ; drawn in the 
early part of Elizabeth's reign : 8 in. x 6 in. [Cott. Titus, 

C. XII. fol. 79.] 

A colored ^'plan and section of the Roman post at Birrens, 
near Middleby Kirk, in Annandale"; drawn [by William 
Roy?] on a scale of 130 feet to an inch: 10| in. x 10 in. 

[di XLIX. 54. 2.] 

Engraved on a larger scale, in Roy's Military Antiquities j 
plate xxiv. 

A colored plan and section of ^^ Bumswork Hill, in Annan- 
dale, with the camps and posts adjoining to it, supposed to 
be the Castra Exploratorum of the Romans"; drawn on a 
scale of 300 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. X 1 0|- in. [di XLix. 

54. 3.] 

Engraved in Roy's Military Antiquities^ plate xvi. 

A colored general view of Drumlanrig: 1 f. 5 in. x 10 in. [d? 
XLIX. 54. 1. c] 

A colored plan of part of the river Esk, from the Solway Firth 
to Woodhouselee, on a scale of 3000 feet to an inch ; with 
the plan and sections of ^' the moat, an old Roman camp," 
on a scale of 130 feet to an inch ; surveyed in 1752, by Will. 
Roy : 1 f. 3 in. X 7 in. [* vi. 5.] 

" The plan of Karlaverock," being a colored bird's-eye view of 
Karlaverock Castle, taken at the early part of Queen Eliza- 
beth's reign : 8 in. x 5j in. [Cott. Titus, c. xii. fol. 79.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an old sculptured figure at Hoddam 
Castle ; by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760 : 
10 in. X 8 in. [Add, 14,256. fol. 30*.] 



EDINBURGHSHIRE. 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Craig Millar Castle, near Edin- 
burgh : 10 J in. X 6 in. [* XLix. ?7 b.] 

A colored view of Craig Millar Castle: 10 in. x 6 in. [^ 

XLIX. 77. c] 

A south-east view, in pen and ink, of Dalhousie Castle, in 1761, 
before it was repaired ; drawn by John Clerk, of Eldin, Esq.: 
6 in. X 4 in. [d? xlix. e. art. 30.] 



344 SCOTIAMD. 

A riew of Edinburgh from HaiBs, Red Hall in the fo re gr oun d ; 
drawn, in Indian ink, by John Clerk, of Eldin, Esq.: 1 f. 
2 in. X 9 in. [* XLiX. t. 6t.] 

A ftoiith-weet riew, is Indian ink, of Edinbargfa, lalcen rrom 
Haills ; drawn by John Oerk, of Elldio, Esq. : I f. 2 io. x 

9 in. [# XLTS.. 1. an. et.J 

A colored plan, or bird's-eye riew, of ihe town of Edinburgh ; 
drawn temp. Henry VIIl. : 1 t A in. x 10 in. {Coil. Aug. 

I. iL 36.] 

" Plan d* Edimbonrg, piincipaHe riOe tTEscosse;" b^g a 
colored plan, drawn by a French artist about IK50, shewing 
tlie walls, castle, etc. : 2 t x 1 fl 6 in. [Add. 11,564. ait. 
«-] 

A colored fdan of Edinbnigh Castle, with pnjected additions to 
the works; drawn by I. Slezer, aboot the year 1700, on a 
scale of about 100 feet to an inch : 1 fL 7 in. x 1 f. 6^ in. 
[ft xux. 69,] 

A colored plan of Edinburgh Castle in 1725 ; drawn on a scale 
of 40 feet to an inch : 3 f. 5 in. x I fl 7 in. [ft xux. 70.] 

A coined plan of Edinbmgh Castle in 1740 ; drawn on a scale 
of 40 feet to an inch : 3 f. 4 in. X 1 C 7 in. [ft Xtix. 7i.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Edinburgh Castle, 1746, shewing a 
prcject for extensire new outworks at the pntrancc; drawn 
by William Adams, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4 in. X I r. 6 in. [ft xux. 7i,] 

A colored plan of Edinburgh Castle, with projected outworks 
at the entrance ; " sorvey'd and drawne Apiile 1746, by John 
Elphtttstone, Pm. EnghMeT," on a scale of 13 ^thorns to an 
inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [ft xux. n.] 

A colored bird's-eye Tiew of Edinburgh Castle, shewing the 
projected ootworics ; drami abont 1746 : 3 f 10 in. x 1 & 

10 in. Cft xux. ■:*.] 

A riew, in Indian ink, of Edinburgh Castle, taken from the east ; 
drawn in 1746, by John Elphinstone : 6^ in. X 4 in. [ft 
xtrni. »;.] 

A " persp«lirc riew of Edinbnrgh Castle, taken due east, at 
the distance of 406 feet from tke drawbridge"; drawn hf 
t KIpUtulooe, about 1746 : I f. x 8 in. [ft tiit. 



•k. of the Ahbwj Pbrt, Edinborgb ; drawn 
I r 4 to. X lOj- in. [ft XLix. 6B. /.] 



SCOTLAini. 345 

I. colored view of the Old College Kirk, Edinbargh : 7^ in. x 
5 in. [A; xux. 6B. g. i.] 
^^ A view of the interior of the Tron Church, Edinburgh, during 
^^L the general assembly of the Kirk of Scotland ; drawn ia 
^H 1787, by D. Allen : 1 f. 7 in. x I f. 1 in. [tt xux. 68. 

^^H.A colored view of the North Locb,and the ground whereon the 
^^P New Town of Edinburgh now stands, looking towards Leitfa, 
taken from near the entrance to the castle ; drawn about 
1750 : 1 f. 10 in. x 10 in. [A l. 96. J.] 
A colored " plan of the new streets and squares intended for 
the city of Edinburgh" ; drawn by James Craig, and dedi- 
cated by him to King George 111., on a scale of 90 feet to 
(an inch : 5 f. x 2 f. 9 in, [fif xLi.\. 65.] 
iA colored view, t^en near Edinburgh : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ft 
XUX. 6B. 0.1 
A view, in Indian ink, of a cottage at Hawthomden ; 10 in. x 
6 in, [Si XLix. T8, a.] 
A colored "prospect of Roslin Castle and Chapel, from the 
north-west"; drawn in 1761, by De laCour: 2 f. 
6 in. X I f. 1 in. [ft XLi.x. 7?. a.] 
A colored " prospect of Roslin Castle and Chapel, from the 

south-east"; drawn in 1761, by De la Cour: 2 f. 

6 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft XLix. 79. 6.] 

Two views, in pencil, tinted, of the ruins of Roslin Castle : 1 C 

X 7J in. [ft XLIX. 79. wj. n.] 
A " perspective view [in Indian ink] of the outside of Roslin 

Chapel"; [drawn by De la Cour?]: 2 f. 3 in. X 

1 f. 4j in. [ft XLIX. 79. /.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Roslin Chapel ; drawn [by 

De la Cour f ] on a scale of 4i feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. X 

1 f. 1 in. [ft XLIX. 79. c] 

a elevation, in Indian ink, of the north side of Roslin Chapel ; 

1 drawn (by De la Cour ?] on a scale of 4j feet to an 

1 inch : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft xlix. 79. e.} 

a elevation, in Indian ink, of tlie east end of Roslin Chapel ; 

drawn [by De la Cour ?] on a scale of 4 J feet to an 

inch : I f. 7j in. X 1 f. [ft xlix. 79. d.] 
\. view, in Indian ink, of the interior of Roslin Chapel, looking 

east ; [drawn by De la Cour ?] : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 £ 

3 in. [ft XLIX. 79. g.] 
ML. II. r r 



846 SCOTLAND. 

Two colored sections of Roslin Chapel, east and west, and 

north and sonth ; drawn [by De la Conr ?] on a 

scale of 4i|^ feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in*. [0 XLix.^ 
79. A. f .] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window over the 
south door of Roslin Chapel : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 

«78.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a sonth window of the aisle of Ros- 
lin Chapel ; drawn by the Rer. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 25.] 



ELGIN, OR MORAYSHIRE. 

A colored ^ sunrey from the water Findom to the water Avenn,, 
measuring thirty-five miles ^; d&wn by George Campbell, 
Cadet Gunner, in 1750, on a scale of 1000 yards to an inch : 
4 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ffr XLViii. G9.] 

A colored ** survey of the water Iindom, from the ferry near 
Forres to the bridge of Dalcie, measuring 14|^ miles'"; drawn 
by George Campbell, Cadet Gunner, in 1750, on a scale of 
600 yards to an inch : 8 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. [ffr xlviii. 70.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the ruins of Elgin Castle ; copied by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich, frt>m a drawing by Miss Eeene : 9 in. 
x 8 in. [Add, 6785. fol. 119.] 



FIFESHIRE. 

A colored ^* plan of Bruntisland Town, Harbour, and Fortifi- 
cations ^ ; drawn by John Elphinstone, P. Eng'., on a scale 
of 420 feet to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 8^ in. [^ xux. 85. 1.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a tower on the angle of the church 
wall at Darisy or Dairsie ; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock,. 
Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,258. 
fol. 100*.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the fitmt of the palace of Falkland, 
fitMn the sonth ; drawn by John Elphinstone : 1 f. x 8 in. 

[fib XLIX. 86.] 

An unfiniaked ■nrtii wtl ntm^ m InditD ink, of tlie ndns- 
ofdMii i«: 1 C 9]n.x 8^111. [* 



i 



SCOTLAND. 347 

liifimEhed tinted view of the monastery of Inch Colm ; 
11 in. X 7^ in. [* XLIX. 87. I. t.] 

La view, in bistre, of the ruins of the fort on Inch Garvie, in 
the Forth ; drawn by John Elphinstonc: 1 f. x 8 in. [* 
XLIX. 87. i. a.] 

KA IJnted south view of North Ferry and Inch Garvie: 11 in, 
X 7^ in. [ft XLIX. ST. 1. b.] 



FORFARSHIRE, OR ANGUS. 

■ A colored map of the road between Forfar and Aberdeen ; 
drawn by William Edgar : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [^ XLviii. 57,] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the second and third floors of the 
castle of Glammis; drawn for the Duke of Cumberland, 
by John Elphinstonc, P. Engineer, on a scale of 28 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. x S^ in. [ft xux. 33. a. s.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the front of the castle of Glammis, to 
the south ; drawn by John Elphinstone : 1 f. x 8^ in. [ft 
xux. 23. a. 5.] , 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the south or entrance front of Castle 
Glammis, the scat of the Earl of Strathmore, lo the shire of 
Angus ; drawn by Tho. Sandby, in 1746 : 1 f. 8j in. x 1 f, 
[ft XLIX. i3. A.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the castle of Glammis, taken from the 
north-east; drawn by John Elphinstonc: 1 f. x 8j in. [ft 

XLLX. 23. a. 3.] 

La view, in Indian ink, of the castle of Glammis, lo the north- 
west; drawn by John Elphinstone: I f. x Sj- in. [ft XLix. 
13. a. 4.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the castle of Glammis, from the 
south-east ; drawn by John Elphinstone : 1 f. x 8j in. [ft 
xux. iS. a. 6,] 

KA colored plan of " the town and water of Montrose"; drawn 
about 1740, on a scale of three furlongs to l| inch: 1 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f . 1 in. [ft XLIX, so.] 

k plan, in Indian ink, of " the town and harbour of Montrose; 
snrvey'd and drawn by Danifl I'alerson, 1745," on a scale of 
80 yards to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [ft xlix. 21.] 
V Y 2 



SCOTLAND. 



INVERNESS-SHIRE. 

A colored " exact survey of the several lakes, rivers, aod roads, 
between Fort William and Inverness, extending from tfae 
East to tlie West Sea, lat. from 57" to 58"" ; drawn apparentlj 
abont 1700: on a scale of nine furlongs to an inch: 4 f. 8 in. 
X 9 in. [lb L. 1.] 

Another copy of the same survey : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. I in. [* 
L. «.] 

A colored map of *' Inverness, with the adjacent country, in- 
cluding to Nairn upon ibe east, (with the field of battle near 
Culloden, Aprile 16, 1746,) and the King's Road to Fort 
WilHam upon the south-west; survey'd by Will. Edgar"; 
drawn on a scale of two miles to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 
11 in. [* xLvin. 60. a. b.] 

A colored " survey of the lakes between Inverness and Fort 
William, with the roads of communication from one ganisoD 
to another" ; drawn about 1750, on a scale of l^th mile to aa 
inch : 4 f 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [dr SLvui. 6i.] 

A colored map of " the roads between lonersnait, Rnthvan of 
Badenock, Kiliwhimau, and Fort William, in the Highlands 
of North Britain, 1725" ; drawn on a scale of 2j miles to an 
inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f 6 in. [ft xlviii. sa.] 

A colored *' survey from Fort George, at Arderseer, to BeUa- 
moor, in Strath Spey, measuring 30^ miles ; also chewing 
the angles of the surveys made in that country last year"; 
drawn by George CampbeU, Cadet Gunner, in 1751, on a 
scale of 1000 yards to an inch : 4 f. x 2 f. 6 in. [# XLvm. 7».} 

A colored *' survey of the road made by the detatcbmenle of 
Col. Battereau's, Gen'. Guise's, and Col. Rich's regiments be- 
tween Fort William and King- Loch Levan, 1748 and 1760> 
by J[ohn] Archer, Eng*." [afterwards tieoL-CoIonel] ; drawn 
on a scale of 600 yards to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 £ 6 lo,: 

[ft XLVIII. 66,] 

Attached is a Ms. report, by Major William Caullield, of the 
new roads made in the Highlands in the year 1750, and of 
the intended road frpm the casllo nf Braemart to Cargaff 
Castle, thence V ■ ^ '~ ■ : of Ardaseer. 

A "plan of part ;;Ii to Fort George, 



done by fm 
the sill 



Ha' 



n-|nmcnt. m 



SCOTLAND. 849 

A colored plan of the barrack of Bemera, near KUliwbiman, 
or Kirk Town, of Glenelg, and parts adjacent, with part of 
the sea between the Isle of Sky and Glenelg; drawn in 
1725, on a scale of 355 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 
[fib L. 44. s.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of ^^ the roads from Fort Augustus to 
Bemera''; drawn by Daniel Paterson, 21 June, 1746, on a 
scale of one Scots mile to an inch : 2 f. 3^ in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[fib XLVIII. 63.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of ^' the roads from Fort Augustus to 
Bemera, with the country adjacent'' ; drawn by Daniel Pater- 
son, on a scale of 1} mile to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[fb XLVIII. 62.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the ruins of Beaulieu Abbey, ten miles 
north of Inverness; copied by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 
^ from Miss Keene's drawing'' : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. 
fol. 48.] 

A " perspective view [in Indian ink] of his Majesty^s road over 
Corryarick Hills"; drawn in 1746, by John Elphinstone: 
9 in. X 3 in. [fib xlviii. 22.] 

A colored plan of Culloden House and the adjacent country, 
when the battle took place ; drawn on a scale of about two 
inches to a mile, by William Roy [afterwards Major-General] : 
5^ in. X 5i in. [ft l. 44. i.] 

A colored plan of the batUe of Culloden, April 16, 1746 ; drawn 
in 1746, by John Elphinstone: 8^ in. x 5 in. [fib XLVUI. 
««.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the order of battle of the rebel army 
at the battle of Culloden, 16 April, 1746; drawn by Dr. 
Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 14,257. fol. 5*.] 

A colored plan of the country about Fort Augustus, shewing 
the situation of that fort, and the old barracks [at Eoliwhi* 
man], with a scheme for a work across the tongue of land in 
the place of the fort, and for turning the channel of the river 
Tarff ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f . 
6 in. [fib L. 12. a.] 

Another copy of the same plan, [ifr L. 12. 6.] 

A colored plan of the country about Fort Augustus, shewing 
the situation of the fort, in outline ; drawn without a scale, 
but 200 feet to an inch: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [dl l. 12. c] 



A colored plau of the barracfc at Kiliwliiman [berore Fort s 
gustus was bui]l], anno 1735 ; drawn on a scale of 100 feet 
lo an inch: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [A l. ii.] 

A colored plan of Fori Augustus ; drawn in 1731, by C, 1 
priere: 6^ in. x 4i in, [ft xlviii. la.] 

A plan of the ruins of Fort Augustus, by Daniel Paterson, J uBe 
2nd, 1746 ; drawn in Indian ink, on a scale of 35 feet to an 
inch: 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. [* L. is.] 

A colored plan of Fort Augustus, with all its additional works 
and reparations since the year 1746; as also all its com- 
mandments and environs ; " surveyed and drawn by Wni. 
Floyer" ; drawn on a scale of 160 feet to an inch : 1 (. 9 in. 
X I f. 6J in. [* L. 16.] 

A highly finished colored plan of Fort Augustus, in the High- 
lands of Scotland, witb the adjacent lands, 1750, shewing 
the boundary of the king's land ; drawn on a scale of 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in, [* L. 13.] 



.f 20^1 

ains)^ I 



A colored plan of Fort Augustus, with the proposed additi 
works (including ravelins before three of the curtain^ 
drawn about 1750, on a scale of 50 feet to an inch ; and a 
profile of the proposed entrenchment before the entrance of 
the fort, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. 
8 in. [dr L. 13. a.] 

Colored profile of the additional works proposed in the i 
plan ; on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x j 
[A L. 18. &.] 

A highly finished colored plan of Fort Augustus, with t 
adjacent, shewing some proposed additional works a 
river Oich, between ihe ferry and the ford; drBif! 
1750, on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X^ 
[ft L. 1.0 

A plan of Fort Augustus, with ihu outer barracks, i 
proposed additional works towards the river Tortf^ i 
in Indian ink, by James Mercer, Master Mason of ^p 
under the direction of C'apt. John Romer, on a Bi 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [& L. 19.] 

A colored plan of Fort Augustus, 1752 ; drann 
30 feet to an inch : with a profile, on a 
an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [A l. i^ 
This plan shews the fort only. 



SCOTLAND. 851 

A colored plan of the fortification and barracks at Fort Au- 
gustus, by Powell ; drawn on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 
with a profile, on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 
1 f. 7 in. [ft L. so.] 

Elevation of the west front of Fort Augustus, with a plan 
of the body of the place with the barracks ; drawn in Indian 
ink, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 

[* L. 21.] 

A '^ true and exact [colored] plan of Locheal or Lock Yell, in 
North Britain, giving a true account of the situation of Fort 
William, and all the towns, houses, rivers, rivulets, woods, 
trees, mountains, glens, bogs, arable ground, and passable 
roads, as likewise, the depth of the water and flowing of the 
tide, with the flatts, shoales, rocks, sands, and safest places 
for anchorage, from the head of the said Loch to the current 
of Argour'* ; drawn on a scale of 2100 feet to an inch [or 2j^ 
inches to a mile] : 2 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 3 in. [ifr l. 4.] 

A colored plan of Locheale River, in the shire of Inverness, 
shewing ^^ the towns, houses, rivulets, woods, mountains, glens, 
boggs, etc., adjoyning ; as likewise the depth of water and 
flowing of the tide, with the falls, shoals, rocks, sands, and 
safest places for anchorage, 1725 '' ; drawn upon a scale of 2^ 
inches to a mile : 2 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 3 in. [ifr l. 3.] 

This is apparently a copy from the preceding, [ifr l. 4.] 

A small general plan of the country about Fort William and In- 
verlochy, shewing the soundings of ^^ Loch-hiell ; ^ drawn in 
1725, on a scale of 2} inches to a mile : 10 in. x 5 in. [ffr 
L. 41. b.] 

A colored plan of the grounds adjacent to Fort William, by John 
Elphinstone, Eng^, 1748, shewing the soundings of "Loch- 
Hiell,^ the situation of the rebel batteries, and the place 
where, in the opinion of Mr. [Wm.] Skinner, the Director of 
Engineers, the fort should have been placed, with remarks on 
the advantages and disadvantages of the sites ; drawn on a 
scale of 600 feet to an inch, [ft l. 37. i. a.] 

A colored plan of ** Innerlochie, or Obrian Fort, in Lo- 
chabor," shewing the fort as originally built by Oliver Crom- 
well, with the part dismantled by Charles II., and a design 
for a new fort in its place, by J. Slezer, in 1689 ; drawn on a 
scale of 80 feet to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [* L. 

37. «.] 

This design was not adopted. 



ith proposed additioi 
I f. loin. X 1 f. Si^iu. 



A copy of the preceding plan, [l. 37. s,] ' 
outworks ; drawn on the same scale : 

[* L. 3B.] 

A "draught of William Town, in Lochquaber, alias Inver- 
lochte " ; by " Theodore Dury, their Majesties' Chief Ingi- 
neer in Scotland," being apparently the ori^al design for 
Fort William, as built by William III. ; drawn on a scale of 
about fiO feet to an inch : 1 f. B in. x 1 1 in. [A L. sg.] 

A " plan of Fort William, in Lochquaber," with part of the 
surrounding country ; " by Theodore Dury, their Majesties' 
cheef Ingeneer in Scotland" ; drawn on a scale of about 110 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 8^ in. x 1 f. 3^ in. [* L. 40.] 

A colored plan of Fori William and Maryburgh, at Invcrlochy, 
in Lochahor, willi the adjacent country ; drawn in 1735, on 
a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 3 f. 6 in. x 1 f. S^ in. [^ l. 
41. a.] 

A colored plan of Fort William ; drawn in 1731, by C. Lem- 
priere, on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 6 in. x 5 in. [dr 
XLviii. la.] 

A colored plan of Fort William, Inverlochy, and Maryburgh, 
with the fields and waters thereabout, 1740; drawn on a 
scale of 100 feet to an inch ; 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f 8 in. [^ L. 

«.] 

A colored plan of Fort William in 1748; drawn by John 
Elphinstone, Engineer, on a scale of 1 60 feet to an inch : 5^ 
in. X aj in, [^ L, 37. i. i,] 

A view of Fort William from the watering-place near the brew- 
house ; drawn in 1748, by John Elphinstone, Engineer, in 
Indian ink : 5^ in. x 4 in. [A l. 37. 1. c] 

A view of Fort William, "from the Hebells Bomb Battery," 
1748; drawn in Indian ink, by John Elphinstone, Engineer: 
S f. 4 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [* L. 37. 1. d.] 

A colored view of Fort William; drawn in 1751, by William 
Skinner, Jun. : 1 f. 5^ io. x 11) iu. [dr l. 45. b.J 

The south prospect of the ruins of Inverlochy Castle, in 1748; 
drawn in Indian ink, by John Elphinstone, Engineer : 5 in. 
X 3i in, [* L. 37. 1. e.} 

A plan, in Indian ink, of " Fort George [the old fort i] st Inrer- 
nesa"; drawn about 1700: 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [* l. 



I 
I 



SCOTLAND. 35S 

rcolored general surrey of Inverness and the country adjacent 
to the foot of Loch Ness, 1725 ; drawn on a scale of 1600 
feet to an iuch : 3 f. X 1 f. GJ in. [ft l. 6. «.] 

A colored plan of Fort George; drawn in 1731, by C. Lem- 
priere, on a scale of 80 feet to an inch : 6 in. x 5 in. [flr 
XLvni, la.] 

A colored general survey of part of the Murray Firth, includ- 
ing Inverness and the water of Beuley, shewing the situation 
of the new fort (George) at Arderseer; drawn about 1750, on 
a scale of 1500 feet to an inch : 4 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [fi 

L. 2S.] 

\ colored plan of Fort George at Inverness, shewing its pre- 
sent condition, 1750, after its destruction by the rebels in 
1745; drawn by J. Heath, and signed, " W. Skinner," [Di- 
rector of Engineers,] on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4J in. X 1 f. 9 in. [* l. 7. s.] 

i colored survey of the points of Arderseer and Chaanary, in 
the Murray Firth, shewing the situation of Fort George, and 
the soundings of the channel ; designed by Wm. Skinner, 
Director of his Majesty's Engineers, in 1752, and drawn by 
Charles Tarraut, on a scale of 400 feet to an iuch : 4 f . 8 in. 
X 2 f. 4 in. [* L. 23.] 

A small colored plan, shewing the situation of Fort George, 
1752, it is a reduced copy of the preceding; drawn to 
a scale of 3200 feet to an inch : 7 in. x 4 j in, [i& L. 

I **■] 
A colored plan of the point of Arderseer, with the proposed 
situation of Fort George and two miles of ground round it, 
with the number of acres contained thei'ein, expressing the 
different soils and persons' possessions ; drawn about 1750, 
on a scale of 500 feet to an inch : 2t i^ in. x S f. I in. [dP 

I L. IS.] 

Another copy of the preceding ; drawn to the same scale ; 2 f. 
8 in. X 2 f. 3 in. [i& L. ae.] 

A colored plan of the point of land at Arderseer, with the de- 
signed fort, as traced thereon by William Skinner, Director 
of Engineers ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 2 f, 
5 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [A L. -n.] 

I A colored plan of Fort George, at Arderseer; it is a copy of 
the preceding, [l. e7,] and on the same scale : 2 f. 5 in. x 
1 f. 9 in. [4r L. 30.] 

'. VOL, II. Z Z 



354 SCOTLAND. 

A colored plan of the new fort at Arderseer ; it is a copy of 
the preceding, [l. ^ J and drawn on the same scale, with 
lines shewing the point-blank range of the guns : 2 f. 5 in. 
X 1 f. 9 in. [fib L. 31.] 

A colored plan of Fort George, at Arderseer Point, in North 
Britain, 1750, when the fort was building, and the outworks 
of the front polygon nearly finished ; drawn on a scale of 100 
feet to an inch ; with profile, on a. scale of 10 feet to an inch : 
2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [fib L. «9.] 

A colored plan of the principal finont of t*ort Greorge, shewing 
how far the works are carried on to the 30th Sept. 1751 ; 
drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. X 1 £ 
2 in. [fib L. J3.] 

A colored plan and section of the retrenched place of amw| 
Fort George, 1752 ; drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* L. 36.] 

A colored plan of Fort George on Arderseer Point, 1755, shew- 
ing how far the works are carried on, to the 30th Sept. 1754; 
signed ^*Wm. Skinner^ [Director of the Engineers]; drawn 
on a scale of lOO feet to an inch : 2 f. 4i|^ in. x 1 f. 8 in. [0 

L. 33.] 

A colored plan of Fort George, North Britain, as nearly 
finished, 1763 ; drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
4^ in. x 1 f. 8 in. [li L. 34.] 

A colored plan of Fort George, North Britain, as finished; 
drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
8 in. [fib L. 32.] 

This contains sotne Tariations from the preceding, [l. 

29.] 

A small colored plan of Fort George ; drawn on a scale of 400 
feet to an inch, by C. Tarrant : 7 in. x 4} in. [if l. is.] 

A colored plan of Oliver Cromwell Fort, at InTemess ; drawn 
about 1690, by T. D. [Theodore Dury ?], on a scale of 47 
yards to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. [ffr l. b.] 

"A report of Oliver's Fort at Inverness, with an estimate 
[amounting to ^92,673 IBs. IJd.] of building a new one 
on the same ground ; by W. Skinner'* : the original Ms. ad- 
dressed to the Board of Ordnance, and dated Inverness, May 
30th, 1747. [* L. 9. a.] 

There accompany this report the following colored plans, 
explanatory of W. [afterwards Major-General ?] Skinner^s de- 
sign for building this fort in preference to Fort George, de- 
stroyed by the rebels in 1745. 



I 



Invernesfi and Oliver's Fort, with the ground ad- 
jacent ; drawn on a scale of 300 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. 
X 1 f 9 in. [sfr L. 9. b.] 

A " plan of Oliver's Fort at Inverness," shewing the oulhne 
design for rebuilding it ; drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. iS in. X 1 f. 9 in. [* L. 9. c] 

A " plan of the designed fort, to be built on the same ground 
that the remains of Oliver's Fort stand on"; drawn on the 
same scale and size. [^ t. 9. d.} 

It is to this plan that all the following details relate. 

A " plan of one of the sides of the designed, as it is proposed 
to be casemated " ; with a section ; drawn on a scale of 20 
feet to an inch ; 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f . 9 in. [A L. a. e.] 

Plan and section of the powder magazines under the bastions ; 
plan and section of one of the storehouses near the gate, on 
a scale of 10 feet to an inch ; plan, section and elevation of 
the Governor's and Lieut.- Governor's houses, ou a scale of 20 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x I f. 9 in. [i& L. 9, /.] 

Flans, elevations, and sections of the various barracks, the brew- 
house, bakehouse, hospital, and granary ; drawn on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f 9 in. [* L. 9. </.] 

plan and elevation of a. designed gateway for the fort, drawn 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch ; and an elevation of -the 
principal front of this gate, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch ; 
1 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 2in. [ft L. 9. A.] 

Profile through the remains of Oliver's Fort, drawn on a scale 
of 50 feet to an inch ; and profiles of various parts, on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : with a section through the courtiiie 
and covered way of the designed fort : 7 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 
[ft L. 9. i.] 

A west prospect of the town of Inverness; drawn in Indian ink, 
in 1725: I f. 4 in. x 4 in. [ft L. 6. b.] 

A colored view of Inverness : 5 in. x 4 in. [ft L, lo. a.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of " the designe of a bar- 
rack of 326 feet long, capable to loddge SOO men and ther 
officers .... designed by Ja. Smith, ihia 18 Apryl, by ad- 
vice and acording to llie dimensions sent by the Hon'"'", 
Brig'. Louis Petit, sent from Inveress the 6 Apryl, 1716, 
etc." ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : I f. 5 in. X 

1 f. [ft L. 10. l>.] 

Two plans containing various designs for barracks at Inver- 
ness ; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 
each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [* i-- >o *:■ *'■] 



356 SCOTLAND. 

A colored riew of Glenmore : 1 f. 1 in. X 11 in. [tf? L. 44, 4. J 

A plan, in outline, of part of Loch £il, with the mouth of the 
river Lochy ; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 100 yards to 
an inch : 4 f. x 3 f. 4 in. [ffe L. 5.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, on Loch Ness : 1 f. x 7|^ in. [lb L. 
44. 5. 6.] 

A colored plan of the barrack at Ruthven, in Badenoch, with 
the adjacent country ; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 200 feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6^ in. [fb l. 45.] 

Ground plan, elevations, and sections of the barracks at ^Ruth- 
van, of Badenock^^; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 10 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [dr L. 46.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the " Castle of Urquhart** ; drawn by 
Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 
8 in. \Add. 14,256. fol. 183*.] 

A colored view of Urquhart Castle : 5 in. x 4 in. [ffe l. 47. i.] 



INVERNESS-SHIRE HEBRIDES. 

A colored view of the remains of "a Danish fort in Skie** : 5 in. 
X 4 in. [fib L. 47. 2.] 



KINROSS. 

A colored view of Loch Leven Castle : 5 in. x 4 in. [ffe l. 

49. «.] 



KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE. 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of " two Saxon chimney-pieces at 
Caer Dynas"; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Os- 
sory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 8 in. \Add. 14,256. fol. !?♦.] 

View, in Indian ink, of " the north end of the church of the 
Abbey of Dundrennan '' ; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, 
Bisliop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. \^Add. 14,256. 
fol. 19*.J 



SCOTLAND. 357 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of '^ an arcb of the inside of the 
church of Dundrennan Abbey''; by Dr. Richard Pocock, 
Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,256. 
fol. 20*.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of the town of Kirkcndbright ; drawn 
in the early part of Elizabeth's reign : 8 in. x H in. ICotL 

Titus, C. XII. fol. 77.] 

Two views, in pencil, tinted, of the ruins of Lincluden College: 
each 1 f. X 8 in. [ffe l. 51 .] 

Two views, in pencil, tinted, of New Abbey, or the Abbey of 
Sweethearts, Galloway : each 1 f. x 7^ in. [ifr l. io5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ^' west front of the church of the 
New Abbey"; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. X 8 in. [Add. 14,256. fol. 24*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the upper part of the '^ south end of 
the church of the New Abbey" ; drawn by Dr. Richard Po- 
cock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add» 
14,256. fol. «5*.] 



LINLITHGOWSHIRE. 

A colored plan of the Castle of Blackness, on the river of 
Forth ; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 25 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
3 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft l. 5i. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Blackness Castle, taken from the 
south ; drawn, in 1746, by John Elphinstone : 6^ in. x 4 in. 

[ft XLVIII. 22.] 

A tinted east view of Blackness CasUe: 11 in. x 7 in. [ft l. 

61. 2. a.] 

A tinted west view of Blackness Castle : 1 1 in. x 7 J in. [ft 

L. 61. 2. 6.] 

A north-east prospect, in Indian ink, of Castle Lyon ; drawn 
by John Elphinstone : 1 f. x 8 in. [ft L. 6«.] 



MORAYSHIRE, OR ELGINSHIRE. 
Sec ELGINSHIRE. 



NAIRNSHIRE. 

A colored " survey of the water Findorn, from ibe fef! 

Forres to tbe bridge of Dalcie, measuring 14^- miles"; drawn 
by George Campbell, Cadet-Gunner, in 1750, on a scale of 
600 yards to an incb ; 3 f. 1 in. x 9^ in, [* xLViii. 70.] 



A colored drawing of " a bermils cell in the Dwarfe stone," in 
the Isle of Hoy ; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,257. fol. 59*.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of a Druidical temple near Biisa, in 
the island of Pomona, or the mainland ; drawn by Dr. 
Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 14,257. ff. 68*, 69*.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the west end of Kirkwall Church, and 
the bishop's house, in the island of Pomona ; drawn by Dr. 
Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 8 in. 
lAdd. 14,257. fol. Ti*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the east end of Kirkwall Church; 
by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: 10 in. 

X 8 in. [Ad{{, 14,237. fol. Tt'.'] 



PERTHSHIRE. 

A " new and correct map of Perthshire ; surveyed by 1 
Edgar, 1745," and dedicated by him to James, Duke of A 
drawn on a scale of about 2j- miles to an inch : 3 f. x 1 
8 iu. [A L. 69.] 

A "map of Stratlieam, Sloimonnt, and Carse of Gourie, v 
the country about Stirling" ; drawn about 1700, by J. Ad 
on a scale of 1| inch to a mile: 4 f. x 3 f. 8 in. [ft L.fl 

A colored map of the country from Stirling to the >■ 
shewing the King's Road and the country road ' 
the great map) ; drawn on a scale of 2{ miles I 
1^ in. X 9 in. [ft xlviii. 6*.] 



SCOTLAND. 369 

A " plan of part of the new road from Perth to Fort George, 
done by five couipauieEi of Lord Charles Hay's regiment, in 
the summer of 1754"; drawn by Harry Gordon, Engineer, 
on s. scale of 400 yards to an inch : 6 f. x 1 f. 10 in. l^ 

XLVllI. 75,] 

A colored " surrey from the water Aveun to Braemar Castle, 
measuring twenty-seven miles"; drawn by George Camp- 
bell, Cadet-Gunner, in 1750, on a scale of 1000 yards to an 
inch : 3 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [flj xlviii. 63.] 

A colored " survey of the different parts of the road joined be- 
twixt Blair Gowrie and Braemar, made by a detachment of 
one hundred men of Lord Viscount Bury's regiment of foot, 
in the year 1760, by G. Monison, Eng'. " ; drawn on a scale 
of 400 yards to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2^ in. [* XLvm. 

67.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the round tower in the churchyard 
of Abemethy ; drawn by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,258. fol. 9s".] 

A colored plan of the Roman camps and posts near Ardoch, In 
Strathallan, with the adjacent country, on a scale of 500 feet 
{o an inch, and with details on a larger scale; drawn by 
[Major-General] William Roy: 1 f. 1 in. x 9Jin. [* l. 79. 
s. a.] 

See Roy's Miiitary Antiquities of the Romans in North 
Britain, plates x. sis. xxx. xxxi. 

A colored plan and two sections of the Roman post at Ardoch ; 

drawn by Wm. Roy, July, 1755, on a scale of 100 feet to an 

inch : 1 f. 4 in. X 9 iu. [4 L. 79. a. b.) 
A colored plan of the Roman camp at Dalginross, near Com- 

brea Kirk, ifl Glen Earn; surveyed in 1755, by Wm. Roy; 

drawn on a scale of 500 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 in. 

[* L. 19. 3.] 

See Hoy's Military Antiqiiilien, plates xi. xix. 

A " ground plan of Doun Castle, with the rivers of Em and 

Ardoch"; drawn by John Elphiustoue, Engineer, 1746, and 

dedicated by him to the Duke of Cumberland: 1 f. 2 in. x 

II in. [sfe L. T:;.] 

\ colored view of Dimkeld Cathedral: 5 in. x 4 in. [^ l. 



Y tinted drawing of tbo w 
Schan, A.D. IS94. .'" l^"- 
6 in. X 1 f. ' 



: uf Aloxonder, Earl • 
■•n M,'. Omi". '"• ' 



I3ii 



A colored plan of Kiuloch and Inrcrchaddeu, in Rancch or 
Kannoch; sun-eyed by John Lesslie, in 1756; drawn on a 
scale of 1000 feet to aa inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 7^ in. [* L. 

80, 1.] 

A colored "plan of the town and adjacent parts of Perth, as 
it was foiti&ed and possessed by the rebels," 1715-16; 
drawn on a scale of 500 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 

[* L. 76.] 

A colored " exact map of the country about Perth, with the 
course of the rivers Tay and Era" ; drawn by William Ed- 
gar,i]i 1746, on a scale of If inch to a mile: 3 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 

t> in. [ft L. 7s. 1.] 

A colored " eye-draft of Perth," by Lieut Eyres, 1745-46, 
shewing the rebel works, unfinished ; drawn on a scale of 
100 yards to an inch : 1 f. 1^ iu. x 8^^ in. [ft L. 57.] 

A colored view taken near Loch Kannoch : 9 in. x 7 in. [ft 

L. 83. y.] 

A colored view of Slrowan Bridge : 10 in. x 6 in. [ft l™ 

8S. ..] 
A colored plan of the Roman post at Strathgcth, neax Inver- 

peffery, in Stralheam, in the parish of Mushill, with a section ; 

drawn by William Roy, July, 1755, on a scale of 200 feet to 

an inch : 1 f. x 10 in. [ft L. ss. 3.] 

See Roy's Military Antiquities, plates xix. xxxii. 
A colored view of a cascade near Taymouth : 5 in. X 4 in. 

L. 03. 5.] 



RENFREWSHIRE. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of part of " the inside of the cburcl 
the Abbey of Paisley"; by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop* 
Oasory, in 1760 : 10 in. X 8 in. {Add. 14,256. foL I06*.l 



ROSS-SHIRE. 

A plan, iu Indian ink, of " Odonaliskey or DouiskaiK- ■ 
curious Pictish round castle"; drawn by D- 
cock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760 : 10 
14,257. fol IB*.] 



SCOTLAND. 361 



ROXBURGHSHIRE. 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of an ancient bracelet found 
near Stickhills ; by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of Os- 
sorj, in 1760: each 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,259. fol. 

18*.] 



STIRLINGSHIRE. 

» 

A colored " mappe of the countrie aboue Stirling, contayning 
Monteith, Straith Allan, Clackmananshire, and Stirling- 
shire; surveyed and designed bee John Adair, anno 1685^^; 
drawn on a scale of 1^ inch to a mile : 2 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [iS? 

XLVIII. 44.] 

A " new and correct map of Stirlingshire and Clackmannan, 
shire ; surveyed by William Edgar, 1743," and dedicated by 
him to William, Duke of Montrose; drawn on a scale of 
about I inch to a mile: 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [d? l. 93. i.] 

A colored map of " the roads between Innersnait, Ruthvan of 
Badenock, Kiliwhiman, and Fort William, in the Highlands 
of North Britain, 1725" ; drawn on a scale of 2 J miles to an 
inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [d? xlviii. 58.] 

A colored " new and correct map of Loch Lomund, with the 
country circumjacent, being part of Dumbartonshire, Argyle- 
shire, and Stirlingshire; surveyed by Will. Edgar, 1743": 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [d? xlviii. 47.] 

A colored view of Ben Lomond: 10 in. X 6 in. [d? l. 97. a.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of Ben Lomond, taken opposite the 
high ferry. Loch Lomond : 1 f. x 7^ in. [jb l. 97. &.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of Ben Lomond, taken from the 
road above Tarbet, Loch Lomond : 1 f. x 7j in. [* l. 

97. C] 

Two tinted views, one south-east, the other west, of Cambus 
Kenneth Abbey, [tt i» 98. a.] 

A tinted west view of Falkirk : 11 in. x 7 in. [A l. 93. 2.] 

toed flMMOl plan of the barrack at Inversnait, and the ad- 

inwn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 

[AX..99.] 

3 A 



362 SCOTLAND. 

A plan, section, and estimate for a barrack at Inversnait, to 
hold 256 mcD, and to cost i?4502, July 19th, 1746 : by Col. 
Watson : 1 f. 4 in. x If. [* l. lOO.] 

A colored plan of the town and castle of Stirling, 1 725 ; drawn 
on a scale of 250 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [d? 

L. 91.] 

A colored " plan of the town and castle of Stirling, the bridge, 
part of the river Forth, and country adjacent; surveyed, 
anno 1746, by Dugal Campbell, Engineer"; drawn on a 
scale of 145 feet to an inch: 3 f. 6 in. x 2 f. 10 in. [^ l. 

95.] 

A south view, in pencil, of the town and castle of Stirling: 
11 in. X 4i in. [i6 L. 96. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the " Castle of Stirling, on the side 
attacked by the rebels'' ; drawn by John Elphinstone, Engi- 
neer, and dedicated by him to the Duke of Cumberland ; 
with a list of the brass cannon brought from France for the 
use of the rebels, and left at Stirling, and a drawing of one : 
1 f. 2 in. X 9 in. [^ L. 96. /. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Stirling Castle, taken from the north ; 
drawn in 1746, by John Elphinstone: 6 J in. x 4 in. [^ 

XLVIII. 2'J.] 

A colored north-west view of Stirling Castle, taken from Gowan 
Hill : 11 in. X 7 in. [jfr L. 96. /. t'.] 



SUTHERLANDSHIRE. 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the ruins of a round tower called 
Dounder or Dundor Nadilla Castle ; drawn by Dr. Richard 
Pocock, Bishop of Ossory, in 1760: each 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 14,257. ir. 38*, 39*.] 



WIGTONSIIIRE. 

A tinted view of Dunskcy Castle, near Port Patrick, Galloway; 
drawn June 30, 17S1) : 1 f. 2 in. x J) in. l^ l. loj.] 



SCOTLAND. 368 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of tlie arched doorway of the 
church at Whitem ; by Dr. Richard Pocock, Bishop of 
Ossory, in 1760 : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 14,256. fol. ii*.] 

A colored view of a castle on the coast of Wigtonshire, be- 
longing to the prior of Whitheme ; drawn in the early part 
of Elizabeth's reign : 8 in. x 6 in. [Cott. Titus, c. xii. 
fol. 76.] 



3 A 2 



IRELAND. 



GENERAL MAPS. 



A COLORED map of Ireland, which is represeuted as of quad- 
rangular form, lery rudely «irawn on vellum, with buihUngs 
to mark the sites of the principal places ; executed temp. 
Henry VIII. : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [Cntt. Aug. i. ii. 21.I 

A colored map of Ireland ; drawn about the year 1570, by Lau- 
rence Nowell, Dean of Lichfield, who died in 1576: 3 f. 
10 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [HiirL Roll, ee. is.] 

A map of Ireland, with the names of the great proprietors ; 
drawn about the year 1570, by Laurence Nowell, Dean of 
Lichfield: 8 in. X fl^ in. [Cott. Domitian, xviii. fol. 87,] 

A map of Ireland, with the names of the great proprietors ; 
drawn about 1570, by Laurence Nowell, Dean of Lichfield: 
on two slieels, each 1 1 in. x 8 in. [Cott. Domitian, xviu. 
£f. joi. 10s.] 

A map of the province of Munslcr, drami apparently by 
Nowell, is in the State Paper Office, and is engraved iu iho 
" State Papers, published by his Majesty's Commission," 
1834, vol. ii. pt. 3. See also Laiisdmvne Ms, C, art. 4. 

A report made to Quee^ Elizabeth by Sir John Perrol, Lord 
Deputy of Ireland, 1684-1588, how the "realniBof Iilaud 
might, with the least cfaardj^ be reclaymtitl from t 
isme to a godly govemraeo^^ t h jafcjBmrMed. a 
land, (taken from Speed'f 
miles to an inch : 1 
2200.] 



IRELAND. 365 

An outline map of the ^^ Kingdome of Ireland,** colored so as 
to shew ^^ the distribution of the barracks for quartering the 
armey, 1700"; drawn by W. Robinson, on a scale of 12J 
English miles, or 10 Irish miles to an inch : 2 f . x 1 f. 4 in. 
[d? LI. 15.] 

A colored map of Ireland " divided into provinces and countys, 
with the distribution of the barracks for quartering the 
army"; drawn by W. Robinson, on a scale of 12 J English 
miles, or 10 Irish miles to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [d? li. 

16.] 

A colored chart, on vellum, of the south-west coast of Ireland, 
from the Shannon to Cork ; drawn temp. Elizabeth, by an 
Italian hand, on a scale of six miles to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 
I f. 5 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 27.] 

A colored " general map of the south part of Ireland, [to Tuam, 
Athlone, and Dublin, northward,] wherein the principal hills 
are represented, being intended to give a general, though im- 
perfect, idea of what seems most remarkable in the nature of 
the ground in that district of the island, from observations 
made in August, 1765^; drawn on a scale of 5^ English 
miles, " whereof nearly 69 j- make one degree,** or 4j Irish 
miles, " whereof about 54j make one degree,** to an inch ; 
with colored plans of Athlone, Galway, and its environs. 
Limerick, Kinsale Harbour, Cork, and Cork Harbour, and 
Duncannon Fort : 3 f. 6 in. x 3 f. 6 in. [d? li. 30. a.] 

Two copies of a General Description of the south part 
of Ireland accompany this plan: ^^Part i. concerning the 
general face of the country ; Part ii. of the principal rivers 
in the south of Ireland ; Part iii. of the nature of the roads 
in Ireland ; Part iv. concerning the principal towns, har- 
bours, and forts in the south part of Ireland ; Part v. of the 
movements of an army in Ireland ; remarks concerning the 
cavalry of this country ; of the supplies and places of ren- 
dezvous for an army " ; by [Major-General] William Roy ; 
dated London, July 26, 1766. [il? li. 3o. c. d.Ji 

Another copy of the preceding map, on the same scale and 
size. [9b LI. 30. b.] 

A colored military survey, entitled " sketch of part of the south 
of Ireland,** northward to Limerick and Wexford ; drawn by 
J. C. Pleydell, in 1774, on a scale of 2^ Irish miles to an 
inch : 8 f. 9 in. X 4 f. 2 in. [d? li. 31. i.] 

A folio volume of Remarks upon the South of Ire- 
land accompanies this survey: ^^Part i. containing the line 
of country from Tipperary, by EoUmallock^ Charleville, Mai- 



low, Cork, Fennoy, Ardlinnan, Clonmell, etc, ; Part ii. from 
Tipperary, by Limerick, Ralhkcii], Newcastle, Castle Islaod, 
Killaroey, Kcnmare River, Bantry Hay, Skibbreen, Kinsaile, 
Cork Harbour, Youghall, Cappoquin, Dungarvan, Waterford, 
Wexford, EnnUcorthy, etc. ; Autumn, 1774; l>y J. C. Pley- 
deil." [<& LI. 31. I.] 

A military survey of the soutb part of Ireland ; by Licut-Col. 
[aflerwards Lieu ten ant-General] Charles Vallancey, Director 
of Engineers [in Ireland, during the vice-royalty of tbe Mar- 
quess Townshend.] [tf? Li. 3i. e.] 

This survey was undertaken at the command of King 
George III., and was intended to embrace " that part of Ire- 
land lying south of the Bays of Dublin and Galway, com- 
prehending the harbours of Dublin, Wexford, Waterford, 
Dungarvan, Youghal, Corke, Kinsale, Bantry, Kenmare and 
Galn'ay, the coast adjoining the said harbours, the roads 
leading from each of these ports to Dublin, and Uie cross 
roads leading from each to the other," The survey was pro- 
posed to ho divided into five parts, of which the first three 
only, comprising the coast, appear to have been com- 
pleted. It is accompanied by maps and plans on large 
scales, vi>. : 

Report to the King on the survey, Part I., dated (on tlie corer) 
1776, Folio. It contuns the general plan of the work, 
and a copy of Jeffery'a map, colored to shew the several 
divisions of the survey, with the following colored drawings, 
which have descriptions to each: 

1. " A chart of tlic harbours of Waterford and Wexford, 
with tlie coast adjacent"; drawn on a scale of one Euglish 
mile to an inch : 3 f 8 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

2. " A general suney of the features of the country be- 
tween Dublin and Waterford Harbour, bounded on tlt« 
east by St. George's Channel, and on the west by tlie an 
Barro" ; drawn on a scale of two Irish miles to ao incSl: 
2 f. 10 in. X I f. 7 in. 

3. A " survey of the conflux of the rivers Bano, I 
and Sure, with the roads leading from the hat 
Waterford to Dublin''; drawn on a scale of ib[ir$ 
to an Irish mile : 6 f. 6 in. x 2 f. 5 in. 

4. A "survey from Graignamanna to LeigliUnJ 
part of the road from Uoss to Dublin " ; drawnv 
of-four inches to au Irish mile : 4 f. x 2 f. * 

5. A " survey from Ross to Knniscorl 
road from Ross to Dublin, through Arkl 



ioar inches to an Irish mile : 5 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
Sin. 

6. A " survey from Euniscorthy to Arklo, part of the 
road from Ross to Dublin""; drawn on a scale of four 
iuches to an Irish mile: 8 f. x 1 f. 8 in. 

7. A " survey from the river Bano to Clonegall, through , 
the pass of the Black Mountains called the Scallagh, part 
of the road from Koss to Dublin, through Tullow"; drawn 
on a scale of four inches to an Irish mile : 3 f. 8 in. x 

3 f. 7 in. 

8. A " survey from Clonegall to Tullo, part of the road 
from Ross to Dublin"; drawn on a scale of four inches 
to an Irish mile : 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

This report is also accompanied by a separate plan of 
the first division of the survey " extending from Arklo to 
Wexford and Waterford coastwards, and thirly-five miles 
inland, comprehending four great navigable rivers; viz., 
Slaney, Barro, Nore, and Snire"; drawn in 1782, on a 
scale of two inches to an Irish mile : 8 f. 4 in, x 5 f. 



f Report on the second division of the military survey of Ire 
land, containing the sea coast from tie harbour of Waterford 
to the harbour of Youghal, and thirty miles inland ; also on 
the harbours of Corko and Kinsaile, the environs and coast 
adjacent, being part of the third division of the said survey," 
1777. 
A folio volume having the following plans : 

1. A "plan and view of Cove Fort" ; drawn on a scale 
of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. X 8 in. 

2. A " sketch of the country between Dubbn, Wexford, 
Waterford, Cork, Kinsale, and Limerick"; drawn on a 
scale of two Irish miles to an inch ; 3 f. 10 in. x 3 f. 4 in. 

3. A " plan of Duncannon Fort and its environs," 1776; 
drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x If. 
8 in.: with ii view of the fort, taken from Ballystraw 
Strand: 1 f. Sin. X 7 in. 

4. A " Jiectitiii of Puncannon Fort, and tlie high ground 
which commands it," on the road from Ballyhack, Ross, 
etc., shewing the line of fire ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet 
to an inch : S r i " " * 

5. " Seclii'i' 1 "f Kiusnli', (rom the lower 



halterii^f 
40 iVr 1 ' 



mikI-: dr. 



n a scale of 
L' plans in 
-"-I'liug I 



from Waterford Harbour, westward to Youghal Barbonr, 
and northward to Kilkenny and Caahel"; drawn in 1777, 
on a scale of Tour inches to an Irish mile: 14 f. 4 in. x 
10 f. 10 in. 

ii. " The harbours of Cork and Kinsale, the enTirons and 
coast adjacent" ; drawn in 1778, on a scale of four inches 
to an Irish mile : 7 f. x 5 f. 6 in. 

" Report of the maritime part of the third division of the mili- 
tary survey of Ireland, extending from the harbour of 
Yougbal to Bantry Bay, coastways, and from Banlry to the 
towns of Macromp, Corke, and Yougbal, inland," 1778. 

A folio volume, accorapanied by the following plan in a 
separate case : 

" The maritime part of the third division of the survey, 
extending from the Bay of Yougbal to the Bay of Bantry, 
including the harbours of Cork, Kinsale, Clonakilly, 
Caslle-haven, Baltimore, Crookhaven, Dunmanus, and 
Bantiy"; drawn in 1778, on a scale of two inches to an 
Irish mile: 12 f, x 4 f. 

Another set of colored plans illustrative of General Vatlancey's 
Burvey, drawn also by him at a somewhat later period ; con- 
tained in three caKes, viz. : 

i. " From Dungarvan Bay to Cork Harbour, coastways, 
and to Tipperary and Cbarlcville northward, including the 
Galty Mountains"; drawn in 1782, on a scale of two 
inches to an Irish mile : 6 f 2 in. x 5 f. 10 in. 

ii. " I'rom Cork westward to Cape Clear, and from 
thence northward to Bantry Bay, Kenmare River, and 
Dingle Bay, from thence eastward to Charleville, and 
south to Cork " ; drawn in 1785, on a scale of two inches 
to an Irish mile : 12 f. x 7 f 4 in. 

iii. " From Charleville to the Western Ocean, fron 
thence to the river Shannon, inland to Limerick and Cl^^>. 
leville" ; drawn in 1789-1790, on a scale of two iw 

an Irish mile : 13 f. 3 in. x 4 f. 9 in. 

An essay by General Vallancey accompanies this Korrejr 
of Ireland, " on Militarj- Surveys, accompanied with Mili- 
tary Itineraries"; written in 1779. Quarto, pp. S2 

A colored map, on vellnm, of the province of VUie 
of Connaught and Leinster, north of Atshil ■ 
inscribed " Baptista Boazio madf *'•*" **' 
scale of 2^ inches to 14 Iris] 
about the year 1380 : 2 f. 6 in. 
ii. ^.] 



llttLAND. 3(j9 

A colored inaj), on vellum, of ibe province of Ulster, with de- 
scriptions at the sides ; " Fiauncis Jobsonne deacribcd this 
plot, and divers others, for hir Maiestie"; drawn temp. 

» Elizabeth, on a scale of 8j- miles to an inch : 1 f. 9 in, x 
1 f. 3 in. {Colt. Aug. I. ii. ly.] 
A plott of the six escheated counties of Ulster," being a 
survey made by John Nordeu in the reign of James I., about 
the year 1(105, distinguishing the counties, precincts, pro- 
portions, forts, towns, and parish churches, and the names of 
Lords of the precincts, and of the undertakers, with the 
amount of their grants, and shewing the bishop's land, abbey 
land, glebe land, and " the residue to be disposed to natives 
and servitors " : 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f, 1 in. yCott. Aug. i. ii. 4i.] 
A colored map, on vellum, of " the three provinces (Ulster, 
Connaught, Leinsler) of Ireland, in which is iucluded the 

testate of Edward Roberts, Esq., representing each particular 
parcell of the said estate, and how it is scituated in the ba- 
ronies and parishes, with a description of all the most eminent 
cityes, townes, lougbes, etc., in the said provinces, collected 
from the admeasurement in 1659, by Thomas Taylor"; 
drawn on a scale of 8 miles to an inch: I f. 10 in. X 1 f. 

• 6 in. [Harl. 4784.] 
The particular maps contained in this volume are described 
under their respective counties. 
A colored map of part of Ireland, comprehending the whole of 
the counties of Meath and Louth, with parts of the counties 
of Dublin and Cavan, divided into twenty-four baronies ; 
drawn about the year 1700, on a scale of 160 perches to an 
inch : 7 f. X 6 f. 6 in. [ifi li. aa. a. 6.] 
V colored " carte des routes de Lisburae a Dublin," comprising 
the country between KilluUagh, Antrim, and Donaghadee on 
k the north, and Athlone and Dublin on the south ; drawn by 
' a French artist, about the year 1700, on a scale of 4 J miles to 
[ an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. 6 iu. [di li. 3:). i.] 



ANTRIM. 



" txact survey of the island of Maghe, the river of 
Belfast, Carrickfergus, and the coast as farr as the Cope- 
1 Islands" ; drawn about the year 1660, on a scale of 1^ 
1 : 3 f. 3 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [ft li. 34.] 
; 00 Ihe same scale and size. 



A reduced copy of the same survej ; on a scale ot\ incb t 
mile: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [* Li. 36.] 

A colored plan of Belfast ; drawn about the year 1680, o 
scale of about 153 feet to an inch : 3 f 4 in. x '2 f. 4 in. 

[A LI. 38.] 

A colored plan of Belfast, with design for a pentagonal citadel 
on the strand: drawn about 1680, on a scale of about 153 
feet to an inch : 3 f. 4 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [ft li. :i9.] 

A colored " ground plan of Belfast, and the designe for errect- 
ing a cittadel upon the strand, per Tho. Phillips, anno 1685," 
shewing also a scheme for new and extensive fortifications 
round the whole of the town ; drawn on a scale of 135 feet 
to an inch : 3 f. 3 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [ft li. 37.] 

A colored plan, or bird's-eye view, of " Kragfargus" Town and 
Castle ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 2 f 2 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 
[Catt. Aug. I. ii. «.] 

A colored view, on vellum, of the castle and part of the town of 
Carrictfergns ; drawn temp. Elizabeth: 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 
2 in. IColt. Aug, i. ii, 54.] 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view, of the totvn, harbour, and 
castle of " CragferguB," shewing the whole of the fortifica- 
tions, with schemes for improvements ; " John Dunstall 
pinxit 1612"; 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. [Coit. Aug. i. ii. 4i.] 

A colored plan of the town and castle of Caricli Fergus"; 
drawn about 1680, on a scale of 126 feet to an inch : 8£ 
2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [A li. 44.] 

Another copy, apparently of the same survey ; drawn on i 
same scale : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [fi li. 4a.] 

A colored plan of the town and castle of " Carrick Fer 
with a scheme for new and extensive fortifications on i 
landward side of the castle; drawn about 1680, < 
of 900 feet to 7 inches : 3 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [ft u. u.ll 

Another copy of the same plan ; on the same scale and e 

[ft LI. 4J.] 

A tracing, apparently by a French artist, of part of the pre 
ing : 1 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [ft li. 46.J 

A colored view of the town and castle of *' Carrick Fei 
drawn about the year 1680 : 2 f. " '■■ " <» -- ■■■ 

Another copy of the same v 



L 



IBEIAND. 371 

A colored general plan of Canickfei^us Bay and Road, with 
the soundings; dr&wn about 1694, on a scale of four miles 
to li inch : 9J in. X 7 in. [Eg. 790. fol. 7«.] 

A tinted view of the town and castle of Canickfergua : 2 f. 
10 io. X 1 f. [* LI. 48.] 

A colored riew of the rocks, taken (irom the cares at the 
Giant's Causeway ; drawn by J. Bulman : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 
1 in. [di U' so. d.] 

A colored view of a singular rock near the Giant's Causeway ; 
drawn by J. Bulman : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [0 li. no. e.] 



ARMAGH. 

A map of the county of Armagh, with the harbours of Dun- 
dalk and Carlingford; "Rich. Barthelett, Norf. disc. i. 
1650," on a scale of two miles to an inch : at one comer is a 
plan of Fort Mountnorris, on a scale of 80 feet to an inch: 
1 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 37.] 

A plan of the fort at the Blackwater; drawn on a scale of 

about 50 feet to an inch, and inscribed "R. Cotton, 1601 ": 

If. X Sin. [C<J«. Aug. I. ii. 3S.] 
A colored plan of Charlemont, and the adjacent fortified 

heights; drawn about 1680, ou' a scale of 900 feet to 7 

inches : 3 f. x 2 f. ;£ in. [ft li. 5«.] 
Another copy of the same plan, on the same scale and size. 

[* L. .w.] 
A colored plan of " Charlemoant," the " Ijeager Fort," and the 

adjacent country; drawn about 1690, on a scale of 250 feet 

to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. X 1 £ 5 in. [ft li. S4.] 
A colored view of the town of Charlemont, an4 the adjacent 

comtiy, taken ttom the forUfied heights ; drawn about 1680 : 

a f. 9 in. X 114^ in. [ft li. is.] 



pnln rorl nTmi- o n yelJnm. < i of the tMFony of MuUin, in 

ji <h>v»M»te of Edward Ro- 

mtt Tftylor, on a scale of 

. yiari. 4784. ul. 15.] 

S B 2 



A tinted "view of ihe Bay of Bantrj- upoD lite S. W. paitj 



3 in. [dr Lii. SH. a.] 



1 apparently abont 1700: 3 f. 2 i 



AtiotheT 



copy 



of the 



same view. 



[* LII. .-a. b.] 



A colored view of Bantiy fiay, from the same poiat as the pre- 
ceding, but of somewhat later date : 3 f. 3^ in. X 1 fl 6 in. 
[ft LII. 3S. c] 

A colored "prospect of DunmanusBay in the S.W. part of Ire- 
land,'" with part of Bautrj' Bay ; drawn apparently about 
1720: 9 f- 9 in. x llj in. [ft Lii. «.] 

A colored plan of Cork Harbour, with the soundings ; drawn 
abont 168Q, on a sale of 9^ inches to a mile : 8 f. 4 in. x 
3 f. 4 in. [ft LII. 6.] 



the same scale and size, [ft 



Another copy of the preceding, o 

LII. 7.] 

A colored " generall mapp of Cork Harbour," with ihe sound- 
ings ; drawn about 1C80, on a scale of 2^ inches to a n 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft lii. ■!.] 

A colored general plan of Cork Harbour, with the soundtDgl 
drawn about 1694, on a scale of two miles to an inch : 
X 7 in. lEg. 790. fol. ro.] 

A colored plan of the harbour of Cork^ nilh the soai 
marked ; dran-n about 1700, on a scale of 3| inches to a mQs: 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft Lii. &.] 

A colored plan of Cork Harbour; drawn by a French artist, ap- 
parently, about 1700, OD a scale of 2 J inches to a mile : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft i-ii. 5.] 

An unfinished colored copy of the preceding, on the same scale 
and size, [ft lii. 4.3 

A colored plan of Cork and Cork Harbour; drawn in 1765, on 
a scale of 1| mile to an inch : 10 in, x 7 in. [ft li, 50. a.] 

A colored plan of the harbours of Cork and Kinsale, the en- 
Tirons and coast adjacent; drawn in 1778, by Lieal.-Col. 
Charles Vallmcey, on a scale of 4 inches to an Irish mile : 

7 f. X 5 f. fl in. im U- »l- ».] 

A ' ' ■' ' ■ ' '*'<'> west entrtidetj of Cork Harbour, from the 
itlf, to Cross Beg Island; drawn about 
[ft ui. 9. 0.1 



IRELAND. 373 

" A colored view of the west entrance of Cork Harbour, shewing 
Halbowlin Island, Spike Island, and Cross Haven : 3 f. x 
1 f. 1 in. [* Lii. 9. 6.] 

A colored view of the old castle of Cork Begg, in Cork Harbour : 
1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [* Lir. 9. c] 

A colored plan of " the forte of Haleboling, upon the haven of 
CoTck"; drawn temp. Pnizabetb, on a scale of 75 feet to an 
inch [by the same hand as Aug. i. ii, .v..] : 1 f. 6 in. x 

I f. 3 in. \CoU. Aug. I. ii. :;<;.] 

" Plan de Corcke, ville d'Irlande"; being a colored plan, drawn 
by a French artist, about 1650, shewing the walls and 
churches: 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. aa.] 

A colored plan of the city of Cork and suburbs ; drawn about 
the year 1680, on a scaleof 900 feet to seven inches: 3 f. 4in. 
X 2 f. 5 in. [lii LII. 10. «.] 

Another copy of the preceding plan, on the same scale and 

size. [4 LII, 11.] 
A tracing, by a French artist, of part of the preceding : 2 f. 3 in. 

X 1 f. 6 in. [* LII. 13.] 
A colored plan of the city of Cork and suburbs; drawn about 

1 700, on a scale of 250 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. fl in. 

[* LII. le.] 

A colored plan of the city of Cork ; drawn by a French artist, 
about the year 1700, on a scale of 40 loises to an inch : 1 f. 

II in. X 1 f. 4 in. [dr lii. i-t.] 

A colored plan of the city of Cork and suburbs, with a scheme 

for extensive fortifications near the fort; drawn about 1720, 

on a scale of 33<^ feet to an inch : 3 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft lii. 

15.] 

A section, in Indian ink, of a Urge pentagonal casemated re- 

■k doubt; designed for Cork, apparently about 1690 : I f. 8 in. 

M X 1 f. 2 in. [^ lii. 19. £.] 

A colored plan and section of Cork Redoubt; drawn about 
16B0,on a scale of 12j feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in, 

[ft LII. 19. a.] 

L colored plan of the fort near the Cove of Cork ; drawn about 
[ 1730, on a scale of 30 feet to an inch ; with a section on a 
[ larger scale ; 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [* Lli. 20.] 
J colored plan and view of Cove Fort; drawn in 1777, by 
kXieut.-Col. Charles Vallancey, on a scale of 100 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 2 in. X 9 in. [* li. 31. *.] 



A colored general map of "Kingsaile Harbour," ' 

soundings marked, and shewing Castle Park Fort and 
"KingcoraTi [Fort Charles], as it was designed by the Ijord 
Orrory " ; drawn about 1 680, on a scale of 9 inches to a mile: 
2 f. 5 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [^ ui. 3i.] 

A copy of the preceding map ; drawn on the same scale and 

size. [# Lii. ti.] 
A colored map of Kinsale Harbour, with the soundings, and 

shewing the design of the Lord Orrery for " Rincorran" ; 

drawn about 1 690, on a scale of &30 feet to an inch : 3 f. 2 in. 

X 1 f. e ill. [* LII. a*.] 

A colored map of Kinsale Harbour, with the soundings, and 
shewing the design of Lord Orrery for Ringcorran ; drawn 
^y a French artist, about 1690, ou a scale of nine inches to a 
mile ; 2 f. 2 in. X I f. 6 in. [ft lii. -a.] 

A colored general map of Kinsale Harbour, from the Old Head 
nearly to Oyster Haven, with the soundings marked, and 
shewing the fort designed by Lord Orrery for "Ringcorran"; 
drawn about 1700, by [Thomas] Phillips, on a scale of 800 
feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft ui. :;3.] 

A colored general plan of the Harbour of Kinsale, with the 
soundings marked ; drawn about 1694, on a scale of 2000 
feet to an inch : 9i in. X 7j in. [Eg. 790. fol. 69.] 

A colored plan of Kinsale Harbour ; dran-n in 1765, on a scale 
of l| mile to an inch : 7 in. x 2^ in. [ft li. m. a.] 

A colored plan of the harbours of Kinsale and Cork, llie en- 
virons, and coast adjacent; drawn in 1778, by Lieut.-Col. 
Charles Vallancey, on a scale of four inches to an Irish mile : 
7 f. X 5 f. 6 in. [ft LI. .^1. a.] 

A colored plan of the forts at Kinsale Harbour, shewing Uie 
additional pentagonal fort proposed by Lord Orrery at Charles 
Fort, with outworks ; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 590 
feet to an inch : 11^ in. x lOj^ in. [ft Ltt. f9.] 

A plan of the town and forts of Kinsale, without any nan»H, 
but shewing in outline the attack of tho Earl of Marlborough 



upon 



Fort ( 



t Charles, i 
taken by hira ; drawn 1 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 



irgedj 
'. oo • scab ( 
[ft LU. te.] 



IRELAND. 375 

'^Plan pour le projet dc la fortification des forts de Kinsale, 
1692,^ shewing the outworks proposed for Fort Charles, and 
two projects for outworks to Castle Park Fort; without a 
scale, but drawn to 40 toises to an inch: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 

[fb LII. 'i8.] 

A '^ plan of the crowne-worke and batterys, as it is at present 
finished without the Grand Fort [Fort Charles], for the de- 
fence of the harbour of Einsale, 1st Sept. 1680,^ begun in 
March, 1678; with the outline of ^^ the Grand Fort [as de- 
signed by Lord Orrery] not begun " ; drawn on a scale of 
400 feet to three inches : 1 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 0^ in. {jb Lii. 3o.] 

A colored plan of '^ Charles Forte," at Kinsale ; drawn on a scale 
of 100 feet to 1^ inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [fb lii. 32.] 

" Plan du nouveau fort de Einsale," i. e. Fort Charles ; drawn 
on a scale of 100 feet to 1^ inch : 1 f. 7^ in. x 1 f. 2 in. [fb 

LII. 33.] 

"A ground plan of Charles's Fort, near Einsale"; drawn by 
Lewis Belle w, about 1700, on a scale of 80 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 6^ in. X 1 £ 5 in. [^ lii. 35.] 

A plan of ^ Charles Fort, at Eingsale," with proposed additional 
outworks, different from those of Lord Orrery ; drawn on a 
scale of 100 feet to 1^ inch : 2 f. 4^ in. x 1 f. 8 in. [^ ui. 

31.] 

A plan, roughly sketched in red chalk, of ^^ Fort Charles de 
Einsale," wiUi proposed additional outworks, marked in black 
chalk, being apparently the original draught of lii. 3i. ; by 
a French artist, on a scale of 100 feet to 1^ inch : 1 f . 5j- in. 
X 1 f. 2 in. [di lii. 34.] 

A colored " prospect of the new fort [Fort Charles] built at 
Eingsale"; drawn about 1680: 3 f. 2 in. x 2 f. [di lii. 

36.] 

A colored section through the fort of Einsale, firom the lower 
batteries to the commanding ground; drawn in 1777, by 
Lieut.-Col. Charles Yallancey, on a scale of 40 feet to an 
inch : 3 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [^ li. 31. 2.] 

A colored view of Einsale Harbour, shewing Fort Charles and 
Castle Park Fort; drawn temp. William III.: 3 f. 1 in. x 
1 f. 5 in. [di LII. 37.] 

A colored plan of ** the forte at Castleparke, neere Einsale, upon 
the Haven " ; drawn temp. Elizabeth, on a scale of 75 feet 
to an inch [by the same hand as Aug. i. ii. do.] : 1 f. 6 in. x 
1 fc [Cott. Aug. I. ii. 35.] 



DONEGAL. 



1 



A colored representation of llie battle of Ballisbaiuion, fought 
on the 17th of October, 1593 ; at the comers are unfinished 
sltetches of the arms of Queen Elizabeth, and of William 
Cecil, Lord Burghley, for whose use the drawing appears by 
the following inscription to have been made : " Having 
thoght good by my simple skeel to set foorthe unto your 
honor the maner and forme of Bellek and Baleshanon, nith 
the overlhrowe geven to the rebels the 17 of October, 1593, 
by her Ma", forses, the enymie beinge in scaunste were putt 
to flight by the footmen entringe the foord, the traytor 
Magwyer, with the reste of his forces, tlisperced themselves, 
the tinighte marshall, with the horsmen, folowed them and 
slewe to the nomber of 400 " ; drawn by Johu Thomas 
[Compare Aug. i. ii. 39.] : ] f. 9 in. x I f. 5 in. [^Coft. Aug. 
I, ii. 38.] 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Cloue- 
devadog, in the barony of Killmacrauan ; drawn temp. 
Queen Anne, on a scale of 160 perches to an inch, and cer- 
tified by Peter Guerin, Deputy- Surveyor-General, as agree- 
ing "with the originall [Down Sun-ey] remaining on record 
in Her Majesties Surveyor Generall's office " ; 1 f. 6 in. x 
11 in. [Add. 14,406. fol.ai.l 

See the Supplement to the Eighth Report of the Commis- 
sioners on the Public Records of Ireland, p. 351. 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parishes of 
Donagbmore and Stranorlan, in the barony of Rapboe; 
drawn temp. Queen Anne, on a scale of 80 perches to an 
inch, and certified by Peter Guerin, Deputy -Survey or- Gene- 
ral, as agreeing "with the originall [Down Surrey] n 
ing on record in Her Majesties Survey or- Generall's 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. ■*.] 

A colored map of " the baronie of Knishowen, in llie county dl 
Dunagal,"' between Lough Swilly and Lough Foylc, with 
the soundings of Lough Foyle and of the river of LoDdoa 
Derry; drawn by ITios. Phillips, ab on L 1700, on ai 
Ij mile to an inch ; 2 f. 1 in. x I f 5 in. [<tt I.II. W ] 
See Gough's British Topography, vol- '■ • '"0, 

A survey of forfeited lands, being n " 
in the barony of Killmacrana* 
a scale of 80 peichea Ir 
Guerin, Dcputy-Surveyv 



ginall [Down Survey] remaining on record in Her Majesties 
Surveyor-General's office": 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f . 6 in. [Add. 
14,406. fol. aj.] 
; A suney of forfeitert liiiids, being part of the parish of Inisli- 
keell,in the barony of Boylagh and Banagh ; drawn temp. 
Queen Anne, on a scale of 80 perches to an inch, and certi- 
fied by Peter Guerin, Deputy-Surveyor-General, as agreeing 
"witli theoriginall [Down Survey] remaining on record in 
Her Majesties Surveyor-General]' s office" : I f, 8 in. X 1 f 
6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. lO.] 
A survey of forfeited lands, part of the parish of iuver and Kil- 
lomard, in the barony of Boylagh and Bauagh ; drawn teiiip. 
Queen Anne, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch, and certi- 
fied by Peter Guerin, Deputy -Surveyor-General, as agreeing 
"with the originall [Down Survey] remaining on record in 
Her Majesties Snrveyor-GenevaU's office": 1 f 9 in. x 
1 f. 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. ii.] 
I A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Kill- 
carha and GlancoDamliill, in the barony of Boylagh and Ba- 
nagh ; drawn teuip. Queen Anne, on a scale of 80 perches to 
an inch, and certified by Peter Guerin, Deputy-Surveyor- 
General, as agreeing "with the originall [Down Survey] re- 
maining on record in Her Majesties Survey or- GeneraU's 
office: 1 f 9 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. is.] 
i survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Killbegg, 
in the barony of Boylagh and Bauagh ; drawTi teiitp. Queen 
Anne, un a scale of SO perches to an inch, and certified by 
Peter Guerin, Deputy-Surveyor-General, as agreeing "with 
the originall [Down Survey] remaining on record in Her 
Majesties Survey or-Generall's office": 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[Add. 14,406. fol. ]6.] 
K survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Killrean 
and Capella of Let term acarward, in the barony of Boylagh 
and Banagh ; drawn tei/ip. Queen Anne, on a scale of 80 
perches to an inch, and certified by Prter Guerin, Deputy- 
Surveyor-General, as agreeing "with ihe originall [Down 
I Survey] remaining on record in Her Majesties Surveyor- 
\ Generall'B office " : 2 /. x I f. 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. ib.] 
L attrrijy of forfeited lands, being pari of the parish of Lifford, 
f inlbf-'-flrniyof Raphoe; dmvu temp. Queen Anne, on a scale 
.-. .,> .,1. i.icli. ..lui ccnifir.l l,v IV-h r Guerin, De- 
■-'' :iiil[Down 

lul. „-.] 
3 c 



378 IRELAND, 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of llie parisb of Mevagh, 
ill the barony of Killmacranan ; draivn iemp. Queen Anue, oii 
a scale of 80 perches to an inch, and cerllfied by Peter Guerin, 
Deputy-Surveyor-General, as agreeing " with the originall 
[Down Suney] remaining on record iu Her Majesties Sur- 
vey or-G en erall's office": 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [Add. 14,40t». fol. 

A survey of forfeited lauds, being part of the parish of Raphoe, 
" admeasured hy Thomas West " ; drawn temp. Queen Anne : 

1 f. 10 iu. X 1 f 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. *.] 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Tay- 
bone, in the barony of Raphoe ; drawn temp. Queen Aone, 
on a scale of 80 perches to an inch, and certified by Peter 
Guerin, Deputy-Surveyor-General, as agreeing " with the 
originall [Down Survey] remaining on record in Her Ma- 
jesties Surveyor-Generall's office": 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[Add. 14,40(i. fol. e.] 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Temple- 
cron and Killaghty, in the barony of Boylagh aud Banagh ; 
drawn temp. Queen Anne, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch, 
and certified by Peter Guerin, Deputy- Surveyor-General, as 
agreeing " with the originall [Down Survey] remaining on re- 
cord in theSun-eyor-Generall's office": 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 6 in. 
[Add. 14,406. fol. so.] 

A survey of forfeited lands, being part of the parish of Tnllogh- 
obegly, including Tory Island (in the barony of Killma- 
crenan) ; drawn temp. Queen Anne, on a scale of 160 perches 
to an inch, and certified by Peter Guerin, Deputy -Surveyor- 
General, as agreeing " with the originall [Down Survey] re- 
maining on record in Her Majesties Surveyor-General's 
office": 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. sa.] 

A colored plan of Culmore Fort, in Lough Foyle, at the en- 
trance of the river of Londonderry, with tlie outline of a pro- 
posed extension of the fort to the extremity of the old out- 
works ; dravm about 1700, on a scale of flO feel to an inch: 

2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [tii lii. h. e.] 

A colored plan of Culmore Fort, shewing, in Indian ink, 
the appearance which the new fort, proposed in the pre- 
ceding [lii. 4^1. a.], would have if completed ; without a scale^ 
but the same as the last : 2 f. 4 in. x 9} in. [d; lii. m. i.] 

A colored " prospect of Kilmore [Culmore] Fort and the river 
up to London Derry" ; drawn about 1700 : '2 f. 3 iu. x 1 fc 



7 in. [* LII. 45.] 

See also London Derbv. 



I 

I 

II 

I 



DOWN. 

L colored view of Downpatridc Catbedral in ruins, as it lay till 
the year 1790 : 1 f. 9 in. X I f. 4 in. [sfe Ui. «. i. a.] 

I colored north-east view of Dotrnpatrick Cathedral, as re- 
stored ; drawn in 1796 : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [* Lii. 47. 

3.6.] 

i colored view of Dundruni Castle, in the county of Down ; 
drawn by J. Bulnian, " from a sketch of Capt. Grose's" : 1 f. 
10 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [A Lir. iti. a.] 



DUBLIN. 

I colored plan, on vellum, of the barony of CooIIoch, part of 
the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1G59, by 
Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : I f, 
5 in. X 10 in. IHarl. 4784. art. 13.] 

V colored plan of the bay and harbour of Dublin ; drawn about 
1660, on a scale of 2^ inches to an English mile : 2 f. 7 in. 
X 2 f. 2 in. [* Liii. 4.] 

I map, in Indian ink, of " the bay and harbour of Dublin, 
taken by Mr. Thomas Phillips, anno 16S5"; drawn on a 
scale of 2^ inches to an English mile : 3 f. 2 in. X 2 f, 3 in. 
[* LUl. 3. a.] 

k colored " exact survey of the city of Dublin, and part of the 
harbour, anno 1695," shewing the " citadel designed" to be 
built near Stephen's Green ; drawn on a scale of 1000 feet to 
If inch : 3 f. 11 in. X 2 f. S in. [it? liii. s.] 

I Another copy of the same survey, intiUed " an exact survey of 
the citty of Dublin, and part of the harbour, below Ring's 
End"; drawn on the same scale and size, [til liii. 9.] 

Another copy of part of the same survey, on the same scale 
and size, [ib liii, 9.] 

L A map, in Indian ink, of " the bay and harbour of Dublin, sur- 
veyed by Capt Greenvil Collins, November, I68C"; drawn 
on a scale of two inches to an English mile: 1 f. 10 iu. x 
1 f. 6 in. [tt LIII. 5.] 

3 c 2 



380 IRELAND. 

Tracings, in pencil, of a plan of the city of Dublin, and part of 
the harbour, apparently from one of the preceding ; drawn by 
a French hand : each 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [fb uii. ii. a. b.] 

A colored general plan of Dublin City and Bay, with the 
soundings ; drawn about 1694, on a scale of 1^ inch to a 
mile: 9 J in. x 7 in. [E(f. 790. fol. 7i.] 

A colored map of part of the city of Dublin, shewing proposed 
opening to his Majesty^s park, the Phoenix, with proposed 
new quays, barracks, roads, and streets, by Thomas Sherrard 
and Co., 1825 ; drawn on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 6 £ 
6 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [Add. 13,911. b.] 

A colored plan of the castle of Dublin and adjoining ground ; 
drawn about 1680, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 fl 2 in. 
X 1 f. 11 in. [9b Liii. 19. a.] 

Another copy of the same plan, on the same scale and sixe. 
[lb Ull. 19. &.] 

An outline copy of the same plan, on the same scale and size, 
[lb UII. 19. c] 

An outline plan of the castle, with a scheme ibr proposed build- 
ings ; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 
1 f. X 7 in. [lb un. i9. d.] 

Eleration, in Indian ink, of the old state apartments in Dub- 
lin Castle ; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 10 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. X 7 in. [ib uii. i9. y.] 

Plans, in Indian ink, of the first and second floors of the old 
state apartments in Dublin Castle ; drawn about 1680, on a 
scale of 10 feet to an inch : each 1 f. x 7 in. [ib uu. i9. e. yl] 

Flan, in pencil, of a new grand staircase, apparently in Dublin 
Castle: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ib uii. 19. A.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of a j»roposed new entrance to the old 
state apartments : 9 in. x 7 in. [ib uu. i9. i.] 

.\ ^ nwp of a piese of ground on the sooth side of Ccwk Hill, 
etc.* sur^evM by order of the Trustees appointed by Act of 
l^urliameut to erect an EjLchange in the city of Dublin, the 
2^th ot" July, 17t?^* by Thomas Mathew^s surreyer to the 
Uouble. City of Dublic'* ; virawn in In^m ink«on a scale of 
40 iifet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 1(4 in. jb lui. m. i\] 

A ;$erie* of v.vlorevl piuis^ eI<rTal:ors xcid stccion* of the Royal 
Free SriKvl or Hc^piul of K'ls^ Charies II. tor the sons ol 
reduced ciiieeus of Dubiizu cilled the '^ New Blue Coat Uoa- 



IHBLAND. 361 

pital " ; drawn by Thomas Ivory, Architect, and presented to 
King George III., iu 1776, by the Governors of the hospital. 
[A i.iii. m. t.] 

A folio volume, containing the following plans, etc. : 

i. Plan of the cellar floor, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 10 in. x I f. 6 in. 

ii. Flan of the principal floor, on tlio same scale and 
size. 

iii. Plan of the middle floor, on the same scale and size. 

iv. Plan of the attic story, on the same scale and size. 

V. Elevation of the principal front, on a scale of 10 feet 
to an inch : 3 f. 1 in, x 1 f, 9 in. 

vi. Elevation of the east aide of the quadrangle, on the 
same scale and size. 

vii. Elevation of the north side of the quadrangle, on the 
same scale and size. 

viii. Elevation of the west side of the quadrangle, on the 
same scale and size. 

ix. Elevation of the back front, on the same scale and 
size. 

X. Sections of the board room, on a scale of five feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x I f. 6 in. 

xi. Section of the east end of the chapel, on the same 
scale and size. 

xii. Section of the south side of the chapel, on the same 
scale and size. 

" Outlines of the buildings and wall round the yard, with a 
plan and elevation of the suttling-house," at the barracks of 
Dublin ; drawn in Indian ink, by C. U. C, on a scale of 23^ 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 9 in. £» liii. so.] 

I Ad elevation, iu Indian ink, of " the officer's face," in the bar- 
racks of Dublin, and a plan of the cellars ; drawn by C. H. C. : 
2 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [sfr liii. so. A.] 

Plan, elevation, and section of the quay walls westward of 
Barrack Bridge, Dublin ; drawn on a scale of 4^ feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 3 b. [Add. 13,911. c] 

A colored " draught of the citadell to be bnilt over Dublin," on 
the ground between Stephen's Green and the Ring''s End, 
with a plan and section of the casemates, and a profile of the 
line of defence; drawn about 1685, on a scale of 500 feet to 
4^ inches : 3 f, x 2 f. 5 in. [ft uii. is. a.] 

Another copy of the same desigu, on the same scale and size, 
[ft LIII. IB. h.} 



382 IRKLAND. 

A " profile of the ciltadel of Dublin " ; drawD on a scale of 10 
feet to an incli : 3 f. 4 in. x 9 in. [slj liii. la. c] 

A colored view of Naul Castle ; drawn by J. Bulman, " from a 
sketch of Capt. Grose's": 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f . 2 in. [^Liit. sg. s.] 

A colored plan, ou vellum, of part of Newcastle, and upper 
Crosse Barony, part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; 
drawn in 1659, by Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 40 percfaes 
to an inch: 1 f. 6 in. X 10 in. {Harl. 4784. art. i*.] 



FERMANAGH. 



4 



A colored representation, or bird's-eye view, of the storm of 
"Eneskillin Castell," 17th Februarj-, 159| ; it is inscribed 
"Tlie measture of the castell of Enestillin as foroeth [fol- 
loweth ?], first the castell, in height 56 foott, the wesle and easle 
sids, in bredth 56 foott, the northc and southc sides, in bredth 
38 foott, the thicknes of ihe wall 8 foott ; itt halh no windoes, 
but spieike holies, as is here : the barbegan wall iu hith 14 
foote, and standcs distaunte from the castell 45 foott ; the 
bredth of the dcetch att the bridge, 36 foott ; for the land, (he 
scall which is pases att 5 foott ibe pase : this castell, taken 
the 17 of Fcbruare, 1593, by Capll". John Dowdall, then 
Governor i made and dun [sic] by John Thomas, solder" ; 
drawn ou a scale of 35 paces (of five feet each} to an inch : 
1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 5 iu. ICott. Aug. i. ii. 39.] 

A colored plan of Enniskillen ; drawn on rellum, about 1690, 
shewing the new works cast up after the castle was burnt ; 
without a scale : 1 f. 6 in. X 4^ in. [A uu. w.] 



GAL WAY. 



4 



" 'iTic sircute of the towne of Galtaway, one C. foute to the 

iuchp, Uic county and baye about it a mille to on incbe"; 

being a colored plan, drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 5 in. x 

I f. Oj in. [Ctai. Aug. I. ij. 55.] 
A colored plan of the town of Galway ; drawn about 1690, on 

a scale of six Irish perches [each 21 feet] to an inch : S f. 

4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [dr UIL. 3i.] 
A colored plan of the town of Galway, with two separate 

scliciiMs for new fontdcations on an eztensire scale, «ad far 



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a citadel on Ifae hill, above the Leaguer Fort ; drawn about 
1090, by a French artist, apparently on a scale of 130 feet to 
an inchi 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [A Liii. ae.] 

A colored plan of Gallway ; drawn about 1690, on a scale of 
130 feet to an inch : 2 f. llin. x 2 f. 3 in. [* liii. 33.] 

" The ground plaine of Gallway," colored, with a scheme, in 
outline, for new fortifications towards the land, and the 
Leaguer Fort, on Fort Hill ; drawn about 1690, on the same 
scale as the preceding [liii. 33.]: 3 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 5 in. [4 
JJU. St.] 

A traced plan of the town of Galnay, with outlines of proposed 
new fortifications, agreeing with those in liii. ss, from which 
it appears to have been traced by a French artist ; drawn to 
the same scale : 2 f. 7^ in. x 2 f. [A iiii. 37.] 

A colored " prospect of Gallway," from the south-west ; drawn 
about 1690; 3 f. 2 in. x I f. 3 in. [* liii. 40. o.] 

Another copy of the same view: 2 f. 11 in. x 10 in. [dr liii. 

40.6.] 

Three plans of the town of Galway, shewing schemes for pro- 
posed new fortifications ; drawn in pen and ink, by Anthony 
Blake, on a scale of 10 perches to an inch : each plan I f. 
6 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [ft liii. .is.] 

A colored " plan of the town and fortifications of Galway, 
taken in the year 1747 " ; drawn on a scale of 130 feet to an 
inch : 3 f. 3 in. X 2 f. 5 in. [ft Llll. 39. a.] 

A small colored map of part of the harbour of Galway, shewing 
in what manner the channel may he defended by a battery on 
Mutton Island ; drawn on a scale of 170 fathoms to an inch: 

I f. X 7i in. [<& LIII. 39. 6.] 

A colored plan of the town of Galway, with the adjacent 
country, unfinished; drawn about 1700, to a scale appa- 
rently of 60 toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft 

UII. 35.] 

A colored plan of Galway and its environs; drawn in 1765, on 
a scale of 350 yards to an inch : 10 in. x 7 in. [ft Li. so. n.] 

A plan of " St. Augustine's Forte, neere Galway ;" drawn ievtp. 
Elizabeth, on a scale of 15 yards to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 

II in. [Coti. Aug. i. ii. 34.] 

Plans of estates and lauds in the county of Galway, forfeited in 
the year 1698, being apparently part of the surveys formed 
in 1701, pursuant to an Act II and 12 Will. IlL, to prevent 
the further growth of Popery. They are known by the name 



of the ^Tinstea* Sorrer.* and are farmed on a Kale of 
40 pfTcbes to an inclu and Girided into sqsaie iufhrii, br 
lines ecgrared on copper-f-lates. The lands were sold in the 
Tear 1702. The greater porti<3n of these sorreTsaiepieserTed 
in the Aaditor-GeneraTs office at Doblin. See the S ti pp le- 
wtemi to the Eighth Repr/rt fjfthe Cofmwustiomen cm ike Ai&- 
iic RecoH* of Irelamd. pp. SS4 segq. [Add, 1SJ956.] 

An oblong Iblio Tolome containing the fbiloving pfams: 
each I f. 9 in. X 1 f. 5 in. 

L Lord Bophin^s^ estates of Lazagfamoie and Laragh- 
begg, in the paridi of Athenrr, and the baronj of Claie. 

ii. Lord Boffin^s estates of Carroirkeale and CahinnaiiT, 
in the paridi of KiHeny and baionj crf'Claie; smiCTe dby 
Francis M'Dermott. 

iii. The ^private estate* called Ardnasadane, in the 
parish of Kilhnelane and baronj of Clare ; ^ B. Baikig^y 
Sorr^" 

ir. Lord Bophin*s estate of KiHgill, in the parish of 
Anagfadowne and barony of Clare ; ^ Chailes Moony, 
Surrey'.^ 

T. Lord Bophin^s estates of Clogfaonorer and RoBkeraney 
in the parish of Killeny and barony of Clare ; ''by Char. 
McDennott, Sar¥^" 

tL Lord Bofin'*s estate of Conrofinn, in the parish of 
Killm^creane and barony of Clare ; ^ by Charles Moony.** 

Tii. Lord Boffin's estate of Shantill, in the parish of 
Anagh-Dane and barony of Clare. 

TiiL Lord Bofin's estate of BaUyfimte, in the parish of 
and barony of Clare ; ^ B. Beiliegh, Sonr'.** 

ix. James Lally's estate of Drime and Niard, aiias Bel- 
lavTole, and Lord Boffin's estate of Ardaenng, in the parish 
of Tome or Toome and barony of Dnmnore ; ^ by Francis 
M^Dermott.^ 

x« James Martin, Esq.'^s estate of Tormane, afiot Cnz- 
zane, and Lord Bofin's estate of Crossm^creen, in the parish 
of Killmurry and barony of Eillconell; ''p. Charies 
Mooney.^ 

xi. Lord Bofin's estates of Ballynacloighy and Ballyma- 
billy, in the parish of Killaraught and half barony of Kill- 
connell ; " F. M^Dermott, Sunr'.'' 

xii. Wm. Toitf s estate of Drimeharsna, in the parish of 
Ardragh and barony of Dunldllin. 

* John Bourke, or De Burgh, created by James XL, 2 April* 1689, (aftrr 
hit abdication,) Baron De Burgh, of Bophin or Boffin, an island adjacent to 
the county of Galway. He afterwards succeeded his brother as ninth Earl 
of Clanricarde. 



i&KUND. 



3SS 



xiii. Estatfis of CaliirglaBs auii Culiirgouny, Cahereen- 
duffe, Shanbally, Cahirlionree, Garraiiecoj'Ie aud Gerta- 
cheery, in the parish of Killconreu and baroiiy of Donkillin 
" B. Raileigh, Surv'," 

xiv. Private estate of Moyode, C arrow moneene, and 
Killurath, in the parish of Killconnerin and barony of 
Alhenree ; " Bishop Raileigh," Siin-eyor. 

XV. Lord Bofin's estate of Gortamadin, in the parish of 
Ballymore and barony of Longford ; " B. Reileigh, Sur'." 

Lord Bofin'H estate of Carranmore, in the parish of 
Killrickill and half barony of Athenree; " B. Reiliegh, 
Sun-." 

E. of Clanrickard's estate of Keiiboucht [in the same 
parish and barony f]. 

Loid Bofin's estate of Coorakorlty, in the parish of 
Booly, in the half-barony of Alhenree ; " per Dan. Neal." 

xvi. Brittaingiite Quarter, in ihe parish of Athenry, and 
half-barony of Atheniy ; " by Charles Moony, Sur'." 

svii. Another copy- 

xviii. Another copy. 

xix, Lord Bofin's eslales of Cappagh and Allicolane, in 
the parish of Ballynakill and barony of Leytrira; "by 
Bishop Raleigh." 

sx. Lord Bofin's estates of Gortgarruff, Knockanbanc, 
Ballynlales, and Lebanly, in Uie parish of Ki]teskell and 
barony of Leitrim ; " per D. Neale." 

3Exi. Lord Bofin's estate of Ballinrau ne, in the parish of 
Cloonrush and barony of Leylrim ; " F. Al'Dermolt, 
SurV." 

xxii. Lord BofTphiu's estates of Bellagare and Killorin, 
in the parish of Killorin and barony of Killyon ; " Fra'. 
M^Dermott, Surv'." 

xxiii. Lord Boffin's estate of Kskirmore, in the parish of 
Ahascragh and half-barony of Killyon ; " Fran. M'Der- 
mott, Suney'." 

xxiv. Lord Bopbin's estate of Grange, in the parish of 
Duniry, and barony of Ley trim e ; "by Charles Monney, 
Survey'." 

xsv. Lord Boffin's estates of Culefin and Shanbally, in 
the parish of Bally nekill and barony of Leitrim; "by Fran- 
cis M'Dermott." 

xxvi. Lord Bofiu's estates of Knockadrnm and Knock- 
dromore, and llios. Burke's estate of Gortinagapoge and 
Craggeen, in the parish of Ballynakill and barony of Lei- 
trim ; " by B. Raileigh and D. Neall," Surveyors, 

xxvii. Lord Bofin's cstatesof Ballyardagivill and Cloun- 
L 11. 3 u 



386 IRELAND. 

morris, in the parish of KillTecont and baronj of KiDuur- 
tan ; " B. Reiliegh, Snnr^" 

xxTiii. Wm. Tnitt's estates of Cahirsiralla and KiDeen- 
sivinj, and Lord Bofin''s estates of Pounafei and Ballj- 
buck, parts of Dongoonr, in the parishes of Kinfanra and 
Killinnj ; " B. Baileigh,' Surr'." 

xxix. Lord Bofin^s estates of Dongowrj and Bone, and 
Reihy, parts of Dongowrr, in the parish of KinTarra and 
baronj of Killtartan ; ** B.' Beileigh, Sorv'.'' 

XXX. Buolyroe, in the parish of Bolj, alias Abbj 
Gorm^ane, and barony of Longford ; ** D. Neale, Smrv'.* 

xxxi. Lord Bofin's estate of Meelick, with Feannore and 
Keenahane, parts of Meelick, in the parish of Meelick and 
baronj of Longford. 

xxxii. Lord Bofin's estates of Cloonpraskj, in the parish 
of Dooning, Idsdoffe, in the parish of Tineagh, and Clon- 
conj and Ardalj, in the parish of Killeimer, all in the 
baronj of Longford ; ^ Bishop Railiegh and Da. Neale, 
Surv".'' 

xxxiii. Lord Bophin's estate of Corskagh, in the parish 
of Balljrm^bard and baronj of Tjaqnin ; '' bj Cha. 
Monnj." 

xxxiy. Lord Bophin's estate of Balljcloane, in the 
parish of Clookeene ; ** bj Charles Monnj, Snnr^" 

xxxY. Wm. TallbotCs estate of Killnane, alias EiDcow- 
ane, in the parish of Balljm^Tard, and baronj of Tjaqoin. 

xxxTi. Thomas Arthor's estates of Carhoomore and 
Rathercrosskerrj, in the parish of Killcolgan and baronj 
of Donkillin, and of Knokane-curragh, in the parish of 
Killilj and baronj of Loghrea; ^ B. Raileigh, Siur'.** 

xxxvii. Killine, in the baronj of Dunkillin ; Grortatrim, 
Glandeltj, and Iskerlabane, in the parish of Kilfinane and 
baronj of Lcghreagh ; ^* David Neale, Smrejor." 

A colored plan on vellum, of part of the baronj of Downemore, 
part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, 
bj Thomas Tajlor, on a scale of 80 perches to an inch : 1 £ 
10 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [HarL 4784. art. 9.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of part of the half-baronj of Long- 
ford and Letrime, part of the estate of Edward Roberts, 
Esq. ; drawn in 1659, bj Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 80 
perches to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x I f. 5 in. [HarL 4784. 
art. 8.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of a building, indorsed ^* The platte of 
Inchewbyne ^ (Inchiquin ?) ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. x 
8 in. [TituSy B. xii. fol. 538.] 



IRELAND. 387 



KERRY. 

A map of the county of Kerry ; drawn temp. Jatnes 1 : 1 f. x 
8 in. [Add. 4795. fol. 86.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Mucross Abbey, on the lake of 
Killamey : 1 f. x 8J^ in. [* liii. 43. /.] 



KILDARE. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Kildare Cathedral, and 
the round tower near them, " Lord Portarlington's ^ ; drawn 
in 1781 : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [^ liv. 2. i.] 



KILKENNY. 

A colored internal view of the ruins of the priory or hospital of 
St. John the Evangelist, at Kilkenny ; drawn by 6. Holmes: 
10 in. X 7 in. [^ Liv. 5.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of the barony of Gowrane, part of 
the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, by 
Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : 1 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [Harl. 4784. art 5.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of part of the barony of Gowrane, 
in the county of Kilkenny, part of the estate of Edward 
Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, by Thomas Taylor, on a scale 
of 40 perches to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Harl. 
4784. art. 6.] 



KING^S COUNTY. 

A colored map of Offalia, now forming King's and Queen's 
Counties ; drawn on linen, temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 8 in. x 

1 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 40.] 

A map of " Foxis cuntry, in the Kinges County," with the ad- 
measurements of the lands ; drawn temp. Ja. I. : 1 f. x If. 

2 in. [Add. 4793. fol. 138.] 

3 D 2 



IRELaXP. 



LEITRIM. 

A suTTev of ihe f: rfeilcd estates of Sir Williajii Ellis, compris- 
ing tbe six carttrons of Glassdrominacs, in the pmrisfa of 
EDesnaghmacra. and the two caittroDs of the abber of Ciere- 
lagfa. with SlTganagh, in the parish of KillaiiiiiinT. all in the 
baiODT of Dmmahaire, '^ John Leigh, Smreror ^ ; drawn oo 
a scale of 40 perches to an inch, and sabdiTided into square 
inches by engrared liaes : it fonns part of the ** Trustees' 
SorreTr of 1701 : 1 f. 9 in. x I £ 5 in. 'AM. 14,405. 
fol. f.1 



LIMERICK. 

A colored plan of the ** Castle at Lxmiick '^ ; drawn Imp. 
Efiubeth 1>T the same hu^d as C^tt. Anc- L iL 54^. see 
p. SSS. aMU\ on a scjie ci 15 [jaris T to an inch : 1 £ 4 in. 
X 1 f. 4 in. 'C<4t. Anr- I- iL slv.' 



^limersc^ viBe en Ll^ixie*: a cdcvted plan, dzmwn br a 
FiYxich artisx ab^-^i 1650. s*£win^ the iionxScaiiaDs and 
cj:ii3>:bes : i! i. x 1 £ 6 in. Jdd, 11^564. art. iT.". 



A wesx "pzvisMct di hrsnnckS taken from tbe o^ponta 
hank of ibe Sa:»ar7>:a : crawn in InoiaB ink. iboi 1685: 
3 t $ in. X 1 :. 4 in. 'ft ur. st. «.* 

A coikiKC * plan:: :tf a dixaaeZ propped ir \»t bcih at Llm c iA ck. 
and a swp iff pan of uie do:3Kix ao auLt * : drawn abcwt 
l^>s^ cc a srajf cc aS:is:T 44 toHCS ts ax inA : 2 £ 5 in. x 
5 £ S ». ^ft UT. i^.' 



. • • • 

oc •Vk- w:. lo ax :2i:i : i f. £ :x.. x I i. # rr. 2^ ijt. tT 

crjcr.'j» iiiii s:rif!m» j.x zn-w Ofz v-nr fxisnsrr>e 
u.'x:*. iravT tr».Mn Ity**^ m a scaj* :c j**0 i*-s t.-* 
ajcies : ? V 5 li. X ? 1 I* ^^ *■ ] 



^ r-jk'ii;c - > a F-raci i.ani .c nk-i i^obi^vcl « . <c :mt « the 



A colored plan of Limerick, wilh various schemes of forlifi- 
calioDs; drawn by a French hand, about 1690, on a scale 
of 900 feet to seven inches : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f, 9 in. [d? lit. 

A colored " plan des villes de Limereck et des environs," shew- 
ing the works as they were at the time of the siege by Wil- 
liam III., with the lines of the besiegers, who are here called 
" les ennemiea" ; drawn about 1691, by a French hand, on a 
scale of 40 loises to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 1 f. II in. [A 

LIT. 14.] 

[ A colored " plan des villes et chateau de Limerick, 1691," with 
schemes for fortifications on a very large extent; drawn by 
a French artist, on a scale of 50 *' toises Khinlandiques (un 
peu raoindre que la mesui-e de France)" to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f. 6 in. [* Liv. 13.] 

I A colored "plan du projet des fortifications des deux villes 
de Limrick"; drawn in 1692, by a French artist, on a 
scale of 42 toises to au inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [dr 

LlV. IS.] 

^Another copy of the preceding, on the same scale and size. 
[A LIV. 16.] 

[ A colored "plan de Limmerike," with extensive fortifications, 
and with the hnes of the besieging army ; drawn by a French 
artist, about 1700, and thus described, "voici le lignes que 
lit tres boD, quand il assiegea Limmerike dans le demiers 
guerres d' Irlende, et qu'on avoit entretenues jusqu'a ce 
qu'on lecrassa, quand le roi vtent lassieger en 1691": on 
a scale of about 3*20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 

[* LIV. 17.] 

^n outline map of Limenck, with a proposed citadel and forti- 
fications; drawn by a French hand, about 1700, on a scale 
of 40 toises to an inch : 2 f. X 2 f. [^ liv. 19.] 

I An engraved plan of the city of Limerick, about 1700: 9 in. 

: 5 in. [Jiarl. 7027. 4a.] 

I A colored " draught of the country round Limerick,"" shewing 
the H orks as they were during the sieges in the time of Wil- 
liam 111. ; drawn by William F.yrea, on a scale of 320 yards 
to an inch ; 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [(& liv. *o.] 

I A colored plan of Limerick and part of the adjacent country ■ 
drawn by William Eyres, in 1752, on a scale of 80 yardsi to 
au inch ; 2 f. 6 in. x I f . 6 in. [lb liv. ei.] 



A colored plan of Limerick ; drawn in 1765, on a scale of od^ 
inch to a mile : 7 in. x 3^ in. [di u. 3o. a.] 



LONDONDERRY. 

A colored north-east Tiew of the city of Londonderry ; drawn 
[by Thomas Phillips f ] about the year 1680 : 3 f. x 1 f. 7 in. 
[* LIV. 33. a.] 

A colored plan of Londonderry ; drawn by Thomas Fbillips, on 
a scale of 225 feet to an inch : S f. 3 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [* 

LIV. 31.] 

A colored plan of Londonderry and the adjacent country, with 
Culmore Fort; drawn about the year 1685, on a scale of 6{ 
inches to a mile ; 3 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft uv. se.] 

For separate plans of Culmore Fort, see Donegal, p. 378, 
ante. 

A colored " ground plane of Londonderry" ; drawn about 1685, 
on a scale of about 220 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [dt 

LIV. 30.] 

A colored map of the city of Londonderry ; drawn about 1685, 
on a scale of 900 feet to seven inches ; 4 f. x 2 f. 4 in. [# 

LIV. IB.] 

A tracing, by a French haud, of a plan of the city of London- 
derry ; drawn about 1685, on a scale of if inch to 200 feet : 
1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* Liv. 23.] 

A colored plan of the city of " London-Derry, its river, etc. *; 
drawn by a French artist, about 1685, on a scale of 6j ioches 
to a mile : 3 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 7 iu. [* lit. S7.] 

A colored plan of Londonderry, and the country down to Cul- 
more Fort, shewing the works during the siege of 1689; 
drawn [by 'ITiomas Phillips?] about the year 1700, on a 
scale of 6}^ inches to a mile: 3 f. 10 in. x t f 2 in. [fb t-iv. 

S5. 3.] 

A colored general plan of Londonderry and Culmore Fort, with 
the soundings of the river; drawn about 1694, on a scale of 
Sf inches to a mile : 9^ in. x 7 in. [Eg. 790. fol. 74.] 

A colored " plan des fortifications projettees pour metre Lon- 
donderry en bou etat de deffence et couvrir une petite ganiison 
avec rartillerie et les magazins contre les surprises des me- 
conlens et des ennemis du dehors : propose pour ezemple 



IRELAND. 391 

de la mani^re de fortifier une place scitu6e sur une hauteur 
dominee par d^autres hauteurs superieures, avec un nouvel 
usage des ecluses pour la defience des places en la mani^re 
exposee au projet ou discours relatif a ce plan. Fait par 
ordre du gouvemement Tanu^e avant Tacte d'union entre 
TAngleterre et TEcosse, par le Capitaine Jean Thomas, In- 
genieur, 1705^; drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an inch, 
with a section of the proposed citadel, on a scale of 15 feet 
to an inch : 3 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [d? uv. 32. a.] 

Colored **' profils, ou diverses coupes de Londonderry et de ses 
environs pour faire voir le commandement que les hauteurs 
ont sur cette place et pour servir a marquer les traverses et 
epaulemens des ouvrages, a fin d^en couvrir les revers de leurs 
parapets qui pourroient etre veus de ces hauteurs" ; drawn 
on a scale of seven [toises ?] to an inch : 5 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 
5 in. [d? Liv. 32. b.] 

These two are accompanied by ^'Memoires touchant la 
fortification de Londonderry,'' folio, pp. 18. 



LONGFORD. 

A series of tinted maps of the six baronies forming the county 
of Longford ; drawn temp. James I., on a scale of two inches 
to a mile. 

i. The barony of Ardagh : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 10 in. 
[Cott. Aug. I. ii. 25.] 

ii. The barony of Granard: 2 f . x 2 f. [Cott. Aug. i. 
i. 47.] 

iii. The barony of Longford : 2 f . x 1 f. 10 m. [Cott. 

Aug. I. 24.] 

iv. The barony of Moydow : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[Cott. Aug. I. ii. 28.] 

v. The barony of Rathclin : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 11 in. 
[Cott. Aug. I. i. 48.] 

vi. The barony of Shrowle, or Abbey Shrule : 1 f . 6 in. 
x 1 f . 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 26.] 

These maps were presented to Sir Robert Cotton, by Sir 
James Ware. See his letter in Cott. Ms., Julius c. iii. p. 
189 J., printed by Sir Henry Ellis, in ^^ Letters of Eminent 
Literary PersonSy^ 1843, 4to. p. 144. 

An unfinished view, in Indian ink, of the town of Drogheda ; 
drawn [by Thomas Phillips ?] about 1680 : 3 f. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[* LIV. 33.] 



MAYO. 



A series of maps of Uie forfeited estates in the county of Ma;o, 
in the jear 1688, and surveyed by order of tlte Commis- 
sioners appointed by the Act U and 12 William ITL, to pre- 
vent the growth of Popery j drawn in 1701, on a scale of 40 
perches to an inch, and divided, by engraved lines, into 
square inches : each map 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in. It forms a 
further portiou of the " Trustees' Survey." See the Su}>ple- 
ment in the Eiyhlh Report of the Commissioners on the Pub- 
lic Records of Ireland, pp. 334, etc. [Add. 14,406.] 
Ad oblong folio, coDtainiug the followiug maps. 

i. Walter Bourke's estate of the tliree half-quarters of 
Bolligowne, in the parish of Kiilcoleman and barony of 
Clanmorris; " per John Leigh." 

ii. Thomas Bourlie's estates of Coolroe, Comevadage, 
Clonnebannach, Carrowhcg, and Knoctopher, in the parish 
of Crotbohine, with Meilick, in the parish of Killcolman, 
all in the barony of Clanmorris ; " per Patr"". Bath, 
SurV." 

iii. Gan'elt Dillon's estates of Carrotoutagh, Carrane, 
and Bajliusmally, in the parish of Killmaine and barony of 
ClanmoiTis ; " by Hugh Sheridan, Surt'," 

iv. Garrett Dillon's estatesof CuUenreah orKyllenreagh, 
Ballaboy or Boolaboy, Cnimlin Oughler, and Crunilin 
Eyghter, in ihe parish of Killoine and barony of Clan- 
morris ; " per Hu. Sheridan, Surv'." 

V. James Browne's estates of Seffin, Ballyhaokin, and 
Carrahdoe, in the parish of Crosbohine, and Waller 
Bourke's estate of Bullyharige, in the parish of Kiilcole- 
man aud barony of Clanmorris ; " per John Leigh, Surv'." 
vi. Thomas Bourk's estatesof the four quarters of Clare, 
and Margarretlboy, in the parish of Kiilcoleman and 
barony of Claumonis ; " per Pat. Bath." 

vii. Walter Burke's estate of Sheruhanineaffirin, alias 
Furry Dromdolagh, Drumbanagh and Leaghawinafinn, in 
the parish of Ardrogoll and harony of 'I'irawly ; " John 
Leigh, Surveyor." 

viii. Waller Bourk's estate of Keerhinnane, alias Kill- 
maine, in the barony of Ti rawly ; "by John Leigh, Sur- 
veyor." 

ix. Walter Bourk's estates of Ballinlinagb and Bally 
Rranoge, in the barony of Crosraolin and barony of Tirawly; 
" by John Leigh, Siii'veyor." 

X. Walter Bourk's estates of Loherdane and Tiibemei 



ill Uie parish of Adragoole and barony of Tirawly ; " by 
John Leigh, Surveyor." 

xi. Christopher Dillon's estates of ClonbuUig, Gorld- 
nsagh, Carrownesallagb and Annagh, in the parish of An- 
nagh and barony of Costello ; " John Leigh, Surv'." 

xii, Garatt Dillon's estates of Carromoore, Carrowkeell, 
Toronifinoge and Killknock, in the parieh of Annagh and 
barony of Costelloe; "John Leigh, SurvV 

xiii. Garrett Dillon's estates of Carrownedln, Gortin- 
laghny, Gortelina alias Gortheny, Cairownick, Carrow- 
varvans, Killnecleah, and Fcachmore, and Lord Bouffin's 
estate of the Island of Killdarra, in the parish of Annagh 
and barony of Costloe; "by Patt. Bath, Suney'." 

xiv. Garralt Dillon's estates of Balliskeragh, in the parish 
of Bacon, Shelleaman, in the parish of Knock, and Agha- 
vore, in the parish of Aghamore, in the barony of Costello ; 
" Patterick Balh, SurV." 

XV. John Waddin's estates of Knockeredan and Trine- 
glerah, in tlie parish of Killedan, and Manus O'Donall's 
estate of Carrolta, in the parish of Killasagha and barony 
of Gallen ; " John Leigh, Surv." 



JEATH. 



I 



L colored plan, on vellum, of part of the barony of Dunboyne, 
part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, 
by Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : 1 f. 
5 in. X 10 in. [Harl. 4784. art. «.] 

V colored plan, on vellum, of part of the barony of Moyfenragh, 
part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, 
by Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : 1 f. 
8 in. X I f. 5 in. {Harl. 4784. art. 4.] 

i colored plan, on vellum, of part of Ratooth Barony, part of 
the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in I659,by Tho- 
mas Taylor, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. 
X 10 in. [Harl. 4784. art. s.J 



MONAGHAN. 



A colored view of Glenman ; drawn in I77I : llj-io. X 10^ in. 

[* LV. 3.] 

VOL. n. 3 b 



894 IBEL^O. 



QUEEN'S COUNTY. 

A colored map of OffiJlia, now fonning King's and Qaeen^s 
Counties; drawn on linen^ temp. Elizabeth: 1 f. 8 in. x 
1 f . 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 40.] 

An unfinished colored view of Shane [Slanes ?] Castle : 1 fl 
4 in. X 6 in. [d? lv. 4.] 



ROSCOMMON. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of part of the barony of Athlone, 
part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 1659, 
by Thomas Taylor, on a scale of 80 perches to an inch : 1 f. 
10 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [Harl. 4784. art r.] 

Athlone, town of. See Wbstmbath. 



SLIGO. 

A survey of Richard Fagan^s forfeited estates of the Are 
quarters of Ballyonahan and Lesskea, in the parish of 
Killeshalloy and barony of Curren, by John Leigh ; drawn 
in 1701, on a scale of 40 perches to an inch, and divided, 
by engraved lines, into square inches, being part of the 
^ Trustees' Survey,^ formed by the Commissioners under the 
Act of 11 and 12 William III., to prevent the growth of 
Popery : 1 f . 8 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 14,406. fol. ».] 



TIPPERARY. 

A tinted view of the ruins of Cashel Cathedral : 10| in. x 
7^ in. [dr LV. 5. a.] 



TYRONE. 

Three colored plans, on vellum, of parts of the barony of Stra- 
bane, part of the estate of Edward Roberts, Esq. ; drawn in 
1659, on a scale of 80 perches to an inch: arts. 10 and 12, 
each 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. S in. ; art. 11, 2 f. 7 in. x 2 f. 2 in. 
[Harl. 4784. arU. lo, ii, is.] 



WATERFORD. 

A colored view of Dungarvan Town and Harbour; drawn 
about 1700 : 2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* LV. T. i.] 

A colored general plan of Waterford Bay, with the soundings; 
drawn about 1694, on a scale of one inch to a mile: 9i in. 
X 7 in. [£(/. 790. fol. 73.] 

A colored plan of Waterford Harbour, with the soundings ; 
drawing about 1720, on a scale of 2} inches to a mile: 2 f. 
2 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft LV. 7. 3.] 

A colored chart of the harbours of Waterford and Wexford, 
with the coast adjacent; drawn in 1776, by Lieut.-Col. 
Charles Vallancey, on a scale of one mile to an inch : 3 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft li. 3i. «.] 

A colored plan of "the citty of Waterford"; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 130 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. Oj- in. [ft LV, 



e scale 



lotliet copy of the preceding plan [lv. 13.], on the s 
fsad uze. [ft LV. u.] 

lother copy of the preceding plan [lv. 13.], on the same scale 
and size, [ft lv. is.] 

A tracing, in pencil, by a French hand, of a plan of Waterford; 
drawn on a scale of 125 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 
5 in. [ft LV. IS.] 

-A colored " survey of the mouth of the river of Waterford " ; 
drawn about 1680, on a scale of 2^ inches to amile: 1 f.8in. 
i'. 2 in. [ft LV. 8.] 



I. 



opy of the same s 



n'ey, on the same scale and s 
S E 2 



Another copy, done by a French hand, of the same snTTcy, < 

the same scale and size, {ft Lv. lo.] 
A colored " prospect of Passage, aiid ihe river downe lo Dunn- 

cannOD " ; drawn about 1680 : 3 f. x 1 1 in. [ft LV. '^i. a.] 
A colored " plan of the narrow part of the river of Walerford, 

with the works designed for the hill over Passage " ; dn.Vi 

about 1680 : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [* lv. ii.] 
A tracing, in pencil, by a French hand, of the preceding p 

1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* lv. n.] 
A colored view of Croydon Head, in Walerford Harbi 

drawn about 1700 : 2 f. 11 in. x I IJ in. [lv. i9.] 
Duncannon, at the mouth of Walerford Harbour. See Wl| 

POBO. 

Hook Tower, in Walerford Harbour. See Wi 



WESTMEATH. 

A colored map of the proposed line of canal, situate between 
Phillipstowu, Kilbeggen, and Lough Ennel, in tlie county of 
Westmeath, from a survey by Messrs. Oates and Killaly; 
drawn in 1821, by John Gaynor, of Charlemont Street, Dub- 
lin, on a scale of 160 perches to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
8 in. [Jdd. 13,911. d.] 

A colored plan of " the Pass of Athlone," with ihe adjacent 
country ; drawn about 1090, on a scale of 130 feet to an inch: 
4 f. 6 in. X 3 f. 2 in. [* lv. aa.] 

A colored plan of "the Pass of Athlone,^' with the adja 
country; drawn about 1690, shewing, in outline, a schn 
for a large pentagonal fort, with two ravelins, at the back of 
Irish Town, on a scale of 130 feet to an inch ; 4 f. 6 in. 
3 f. 4 in. [ib LV. ««.] 

A colored plan of Athlone, with the adjacent country ; dra 
about 1690, on a scale of 2S0 feet to an inch : 3 f. 3 in,] 
1 f. 6 in. [df LV. ib.] 

\ A colored plan of Athlone, with the adjacent country ; t 
ilate, but shewing Uie batteries erecti:d by General GrnI 
' lied Earl of A ihT ..>..] ijuriiig his siege of tlitl 
itiSI : no «• - I, but about 400 fe^l lo 



back of 

i 

^e iii.t ' 



IRELAND. 397 

A colored plan of Athlone, shewing the situations of the bat- 
teries during the siege under General Ginkle, in 1691 ; drawn 
on a scale of 125 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [d? 

LV. 30.] 

A colored plan of Atblone, with outlines of proposed alterations 
in the fortifications ; drawn on a scale of 25 toises to an inch : 
2 f . X 1 f. 5 in. [ib LV. 29.] 

A colored plan of Athlone and the adjacent countiy ; drawn 
by W. Eyres, 1752, shewing the operations of the siege in 
June, 1691, when it was talcen by General Ginkle ; on a 
scale of 90 yards to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [d? LV. 

31.] 

A rough *^ plane of Athlone Castle '' ; drawn in pen and ink, 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 11 in., x 9^ in. [ib lv. S3,] 

A traced plan, by a French hand, of Athlone and the surround- 
ing country ; drawn on a scale of 900 feet to seven inches : 
4 £ 6 in. X 2 f. [d? lv. tr,] 

A colored military ^^ sketch, shewing the situation of Athlone^ ; 
drawn in 1765, on a scale of 300 yards to an inch : 9i)> in. x 
7 in. [ib LI. 30. a.] 

A colored plan of the town and fort of Ballymore, shewing the 
batteries during the attack by General Ginkle ; drawn about 
1692, without a scale : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [dl LV. S4.] 



WEXFORD. 

A colored plan of the ^^Fort of Doncannon^; drawn temp. 
Elizabeth, on a scale of 22 '^ pases geometricall ** to an inch ; 
by the same hand as Aug. i. ii. 55. : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 5 in. 
[Cott, Aug. I. ii. 31.] 

See Cott. Titus, b. xii. fol. 24i. 

A colored plan of the fort of Duncannon ; drawn about 1690, 
on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : 3 f* x 2 f. 3 in. [d? lv. 

37. 2.] 

Another copy of the preceding plan ; drawn to the same scale: 
3 f. 4 in. X 4 f. 5 in. [* lv. 37. s.] 

A colored plan of the fort of Duncannon [by Capt. Thomas 
Phillips ?] ; drawn about 1 690, -on a scale of 50 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f . 6 in. [ib LV. 38,] 



i traced plan of the fort of 
from the preceding [i.v. 38. 
1 f. 5 in, [a Lv. ay.] 



3pied, apparent^, 
, by a French artist: 1 f. 9 iu. x 



A pencilled plan of the fort of Duncannon, with a project for 
large additional outworks ; drawn od a scale of 50 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [* lv. *>.] 

" Plan du Fort de Duncannon, on la couleur jeaune marque les 
ouvrages projettes"; being a finished plan of the scheme pro- 
posed in the preceding [lv. 40.] ; drawn on a scale of 100 feet 
to an inch ; 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [* i.v, «.] 



A colored plan of Duncannon Fort ; 
of 100 yards to an inch : 7 in. X < 



drawn in 1765, on a scale 

in. [ft LI. 30. o.] 



A colored plan of Duncannon Fort and its environs; drawn in 
1776, by Lieut.-Col, Charles Vallancey, on a scale of 200 feet 
to an inch ; 2 f. 5 in. x I f. 8 in. : with a view of the fort, 
taken from Ballystraw Strand ; 1 f. 8 in. x 7 in. [* u. 
31. ,.] 

A colored section of Duncannon Fort, and the high ground 
which commands it, on the road from Ballyhack, Ross, etc., 
shewing the line of fire; drawn in 1777, by Lieut.-Col. 
Charles Vallancey, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 8 f. x 

1 f. 1 in. [* LI. 31. *.] 

A colored " prospect of the Fort of Duncannon" ; drawn about 
1690 : 3 f. 3 iu. X 1 f. 3 in. [ft lv. 4!. a.] 

A colored view of the fort of Duncannon ; drawn about 1690 1 

2 f. 3 in. X I f. [ft LV. 4a. i.] 

A colored view of " Hook Tower at the entrance of Waterford 
Harbour"; drawn [by Thomas Phillips ?] about 1690: 3 f. 
X 1 f. 1 in. [ft LV. 43.] 

A colored chart of the harbours of Wexford and Waterford, 
with the coast adjacent ; drawn in 1776, by LieuL-Col. 
Charles Vallancey, on a scale of one inch to a mile : 3 f. 6 
X 1 f. 8 in. [ft LI. 31. -2.] 



A view, in pencil, tinted, of the town of Arklow: 
7j in. [ft LV. w.] 

A colored view of the 
ofWicklow: I f. f 



IRELAND. 399 

A colored view of the Seven Churches, with a procession of 
the Catholics at Christinas ; drawn by P. van Lerberghe : 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [d? lv. 53.] 

A view of the town of Wicklow, about 1720 : pencil drawing, 
tinted : 3 f. x 1 f. 1 in. [ib lv. 48.] 

A view of the town of Wicllow, about 1720 ; pen and ink 
drawing, tinted : 1 f. 5 in. x 7^ in, £di lv. 49.] 



I.- . -1^ 



f . 



FRANCE 



GENERAL MAPS. 



" La description de Gaule," a colored map of France, with 
part of the adjacent countries ; drawn on vellum, probably 
in the year 1519, on a scale of 14 leagues to an inch : I f. 
6 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Harl. 6205.] 

The volume in which this map is contained consists of a 
series of Imaginary Dialogues between Caesar and Francis I. 
of France, on the subject of the conquest of Gaul by the 
former. It is beautifully written, and is ornamented with 
fourteen miniatures in camaieu-gris. The map is ornamented 
with gold, but is of inferior execution to the body of the 
work. 

This Ms. formerly belonged to Christophe Juste) ; a second 
portion of the work is said to exist in France. 

An historical and statistical account of France, illustrated with 
twelve colored maps of different provinces, the arms of the 
kings and chief nobility, etc. : written in the time of Henry 
IV. The maps are described in their respective places. 
Folio. [Shane, 557.] 

A series of highly finished outline drawings, on vellum, 
comprising plans and views of the chief royal palaces of 
France, with some others, and with a few unexecuted de- 
signs, by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau ; being, apparently, 
the original drawings from which the engravings in his work, 
on a reduced scale, entitled " Les plus excellents bastiments 
de France," (dedicated to the Queen-Mother, Catherine de' 
Medici, but not published till the year 1607,) were made. 
The drawings form two volumes in folio, and are described in 
their respective places, [d? Lvi. bt,] 
• The aocient division of France iuto provinces is preservpil ;> 

rangement i there are no maps or plans id the coUectit"' 

the modem division into departments. 



FRANCE. (ALSACE.) 401 

I ** A broad folio, containing plans of forlifications, and of several 
towns in France and Flanders, &c." Harl. Cat. vol. iii. p. 
507. [Harl. 7027.] 

The maps and plans contained in this volume are drawn 
by French artists, chiefly of the seventeenth century. They 
will be found described in their respective places. 

" Places de Guerre, ct Villes Marilinies des Frontifires de 
France, 1 752 " ; being a series of 1 1 3 colored plans, which 
will be found described in their respective places : each 5 iu. 
X Sj- in. [* Lvi. Bi.] 

" Remarks and observations made upon several of the sea-ports 
in France and Spain, during a journey in those countries in 
the years 1767 and 1768; performed by Major Hugh Ueb- 
bieg, of the corps of Engineers"; dedicated to K. Geo. III., 
in 1775. A folio volume illustrated with highly ilnished 
colored plans, which will be found described in their lespect- 
ive places, [df Ms. 368.] 



* "Carte dessin^e de la Basse Alsace," a colored map drawn 
about the year 1700, on a scale of one "heure de chemin" to 
li inch : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* lvii. st;.] 

I A colored "plan de Belfort"; drawn about the year 1700, on a 
■ scale of 50 loises to an inch : 1 f. Ij- in. x 1 f. [* LViir. i.] 

' A colored plan of "Belfort"; drawn in 1752, on & scale of 260 
• toises to an inch : 5j in. x 3^ in. [^ LVi. bi. fol. ss.] 

IjA colored plan of New Brisach ; drawn by a French hand, 
on a scale of 22 [feet ?] to an inch : 3 f. x 2 f. 4 in. [* 

LVIII. L'.] 

^A colored plan of New Brisach; "J. Hopltey, fecit, 1750," 
without a scale, but about 50 [feet ?] to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. 
1 f. 2 in. [<& LVllI. 3.] 
, colored "plan de New Breieach"; without a scale, but 
about 40 [feet ?J to an inch. [* LViir. *.] 

i. colored plan of " Neuf Brisach" ; drawn in 1752, on a scale 
^* of about 320 lobes to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [* lvi. bi. 
1 fol. .«.] 



403 FBAKCE. (aLSACE.) 

Colored " profils de quelques outrages faits au Neuf ] 

Janvier, 1702"; drawn on a scale of two toisea to an inch: 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [d? LViii. 5.] 

Flan, elevation, aud section, in Indian ink, " d'tine guerite pour 
Tangle flanqiiee dii bastion du Rbin," at New Brisach ; 
drawn on a scale of I^ foot to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 

[A LVIII. 6.] 

"Plan de la viUe et fortification de Colmar, par le Sieur de 
ChastiUon, Cap^ au regtiaient de Castelmoron," with schemes 
for improvements; dravrn 31 Jau. 1655, without a scale: 
1 f. 6 in, X 1 f. 2 in. [tff LViii. ?.] 

A colored "plan du Fort Louis du Rhin"; drawn about 1740, 
oa a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x I f, 4 in. 

[Sfe LVIII. SI.] 

A colored ])lan of Fort Louis ; drawn in 17S2, on a scale of 
flOO toises to an inch: 5 in. x 3j- in. [* LVi. 81. fol. 50.] 

A colored plan of Hagenau; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
500 toises to an inch ; 6 in. x 3j in. [# LVi. au fol. 4a.] 



', dit de NoaiDes, ft 
of 23 toises to an inch : 



A colored " plan de I'oiivrage a 
Haguenau, 1743"; drawn on a seal 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* LViii. 5.] 

A colored general plan of Huningue and. the surrounding 
country; drawn about 1690, on a scale of 96 toises to au 
inch: 1 f . 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [^ Lviii. lo.J 

A colored plan of Huningue ; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 
25 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x I f. 3 in. [sb lviii. ii.] 

A colored pfan of Iluningue and the surrounding country, 
with additional fortifications; drawn about 1720, on a scale 
of 110 toises to an inch: I f. 1 iu. x 11^ in. [^ LViii. 

«■] 

A colored "plan de HUningen, wio selbiges vor den Frieden 
gewesen," shewing the bridges and works destroyed after the 
peace of Ryswick ; drawn on a scale of about 80 toises to an 
inch : 2 f. 1^- in. X 1 f. 5 in. [ffl lviii. 13.] 

A colored plan of Huningue; drann in 1732, on a scale of 
350 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [i? lvi. ei. fol, 54.] 

A colored "plan de Landau et de ses environs, contenant le 
second projet [par Vauban] de sa fortification, du 9* Octohre, 
1687" ; drawn on a scale of 20 toises to an inch : 4 f. 6 in. 
X 3 f, 7 in. [* lviii. i?.] 



I 



FRANCE. (ALSACE.) 403 

L colored plan of Landau; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 
40 toises lo an inch : 1 f. 11 iu. x 1 f. 6 in. [^ Lviii. lu,] 

I A colored " plan von der Vestung Laiidaw, sambt neu angeleg- 
ten AuBsen-werclien^; drawn about 1740, on a scale of 45 
loises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x I f. 6 in. [ib LViii. to.] 

I A colored military plan of the " eniirons de Landau, on carle 
du cours de la Queiche, depuis Anwiller jusques au Ilhein, 
ou est marquee la ligne que Tarm^e du roy a formf^e sous les 
ordres de Monsieur le M"*. de Noailles, depuis le I' de 7bre 
jusques au 2-2°, 1743"; drawn on a scale of 500 toises to an 
inch : 3 f. 6 in. x 8 in. [ib lviii. ig.] 

A colored plan of Landau ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 450 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [^ LVi. ei. fol. -19.] 

A colored "plan de Landau avec ses projects, 175S"; drawn 
on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 2 f. S in. x I f. 9 in. [A 

LVIII. gl.] 

A colored " plan du front de Landau du coste des attaques, 
depuis I'entr^e des eaux jusqu' a sa sortie ; fait k Landau le 
6 Mars, 1714, Francart " ; drawn on a scale of 30 toises to an 
inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 10 in. [s& lviii. si.] 

A colored plan of Phalsbourg ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
320 toises to an inch : 5 io. x 3^ in. [& lvi. di. fol. i7.] 

A colored plan of (he town and fortifications of Saveme; 
drawn about 1 650, ou a scale of 1 5 verges de It,hin to an inch : 
1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. as.] 

A colored plan of Savernc ; drawn apparently by the same 
hand as the preceding, on a scale of 15 toises to an inch : 
1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [fe lviii. 27.] 

A plan of the fortifications of " Schlostat " ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 40 toises to an inch ; 1 f. 4 in. X I f. {fb lviii. 

!8.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of "Schleltstall' ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 35 verges de Rhin to an inch : 2 f. 
X 1 f. 5 in. iAdd. 11,564. art. 03.] 

A colored plan of the fortitications of " Selestad " ; drawn 

about 1720, on a scale of 40 toises to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 

1 f. 8 in. [^ LViii. 29.] 
A colored plan of " Schlettstadt"; drawn about 1720, oo a 

scale of 55 toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x I f. 1 in. [A 

lviii. 30.] 

3 F 2 



.ra^^^ 



404 FRANCE. (AN.10U.) 

A colored plan of " Schelestal" ; drawn in 1752, on a scale oP 
400 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [^ lvi. ui. fol. 6;.] 

A colored plan of Slraiibouvg; drawii about 1720, without a 
scale, but about 70 Rhenish yards to an inch : 2 f. 5 in, 
I f. 7 in, [sfe Lviii. 37,] 

A colored " plan de la ville, du ciladellc, et des forts de Sti 
bourg"; drawn about 1740, on a scale of 68 Rhine Rutheii 
to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft LVIII. 36.] 

A colored plan of" Strasbourg and the citadel, with Fort Kehl 
and other small foits on the other side of the Rhine ; the 
river runs through the city of Strasbourg"; drawn by 
"W. H.," without a scale, but about 36 toises to an inch; 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [sfr lviii, aa.] 

A colored plan of Strasbourg; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
1000 toises to an inch : 5 in. x Sj in. [ft lvi. m. fol. 5i.] 

A colored " elevation de la grande Ecluae du Pont convert 
de Strasbourg, .... qui coute cent raille ecus, construict 
par Louis 14 en 1685, lequel eslant fermc et les eaux rete- 
nues iniionde pres de deuxlieuesde pais"; drawn on a scale 
of five toises to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 5j in. [ft lviii. 
39. A.] 

A colored elevation and profile of the "pont de la citadelled 
Strasbourg;" drawn on a scale of 2f toises to an i 
1 f. 4 in, X 7i in. [ft lviii, 39, i.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the cathedral of Strasbourg ; 
bv the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. i 
fol. m.] 

A colored "plan de Weisscuibourg," distinguishing the fori 
cations completed from those unfinished ; drawn 'in 17517 
a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 ixi^.K 

LVUI. 40.] 



A colored plan of the town and tartitieaiiaaitofPiri 
the Loire ; drawn about tCBtl, MilhaiU ii kcoIc: J 
1 f. 6 in. [iS LVIII. «.] 

A colored plan of d-- !■■■ ■ ■ ■ 

Loire; drawn ; 
I f, 3 in. [fi? 1 



FBANCE. (aKTOIS.) 



ARTOIS. 



A colored "caile dcs rivieres, canaux, et principaux waler- 
gans de St. Ouier a Ardres, d'Ardrea a Calais, de Calais a 
Gravelines, et de Gravelinep a Sl Oincr, passans par 
plusieurs bourgs et villages, mis en ordre pour serrir au cure- 
inent des susdites rivieres et ecouJemens dcs eaux, par le S'. 
Boullait" ; drawn on a scale of 7^0 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 

2 f. [it LVIII. 60. ».] 

A colored plan of the forti&cattons of Aire; Aawn about 1650: 

2 f.'X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 1 1,504. art. 58.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of the town of Aire; drawn 

about 1680, without a scale, but about 40 toises to an inch : 

1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [* lviii. ei.] 
A colored plan of Aire and Fort Francois ; drawn about 1720, 

on a scale of 55 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 £ 6 in. [ft 

LVIII. es.] 

A colored "plan de la ville d'Aire et du Fort St. Francois"; 

drawn about 1720, on a scale of 80 toises to an inch : 1 f. 

8 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* lviii. ei.] 
A colored plan of Aire ; drawn in 1 752, on a scale of 520 toises 

to an inch : 3j in. X 5 in. [ft LVi. si. fol. 17.] 
Flan de la Motte au Bois, near Aire ; drawn about 1650, on a 

scale of 25 toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [_Add. 

11,564. art. 57.] 
Flan du chasteau de la Motte au Bois ; drawn about 1650, on a 

scale of 25 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 

11,564. art. 12.] 
mA colored plan of the fortifications of Arras ; drawn about 1650, 
1 a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 

11,564. art. ■-«.] 

i colored plan of the fortifications of Arras ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft 
LViir. 67.] 
L colored plan of the town and citadel of Arras, with remarks 
I on the means of attack upon the place ; drawn about 1680, 
\ on a scale of 50 toises to an inch: 3 f. 4 in. x 2 f, 4 in. 

1 [ft LVIU. 68.] 

id "projet d'agrandissement pour la viUe d'Arras, le 
, 1699"; drawn on a scale of 21 toises to an inch : 
3 r. 4 in. [ft LViii. 76.] 



406 



PRANCE. (ARTOIS.) 



A colored " plan de la Tille et ciladulle d'Airas, arec sea 
DQurelles forlifjcalions " ; drawn about 1 7U0, od a scale 
of 50 loises lo an iucfa : 3 t. 4 in. x '2 f. 4 in. [A Lviil. 
6,..] 

A colored plan of the fortificatioDs of Arras, and the citadel ; 
drawn about 1710, on a scal^ of 75 toises to an inch: 2 f. x 
1 f. 6 in. [* Lviii. 71.] 

A colored plan of Arras " wie es von dennen Frankzosen 
lefesligcl, und mil einer citadelle verselien worden"; drawn 
about 1710, on a scale of HO toises lo an inch : 1 £ 8 in. x 
1 f. 4 in. [* LVIII. 7e.] 

A colored plan of the tonn of Arras, and the citadel ; drawn 
aboul 17'20, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch: 1 f. 8 in. x 
1 f. 1 in. [* LTlil. 70.] 

A colored plan of Arras; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 1000 
toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in. [s6 Lvi. si. fol. is.] 

A colored plan of the countergard at the Porte de Miolans at 
Arras ; drawn in 1735, on a scale of 17^ toises to an inch : 
! f. X 9 in, [iS LVIII. 77.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bapaume; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 45 toises to an inch: I f. 8 in. x I f. 
4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 3j.] 

A colored plan of the forlJ ^cations of Bapaume; drawn aboot 
1680, on a scale of about 47 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 
I f. 3 in. [* LVIII. ra.] 

A colored plan of the town and fortifications of Bapanme ; 
drawn about 17*20, on a scale of 62 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 
1 f. 6 in. Cdf LVIII. 79.] 



A colored plan of Bapaume; drawi 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. 



in 1762, on a scale of 320 
[sb Lvi. ai. fol. IS.] 



A colored plan of " Le Bailliage de Bethune," in the province 
of Artois: drawn about 1650 : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Jdd. 
11,564. art 30.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bethune ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 75 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 
4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 20*.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bethune; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of about 67 toises to an lucfa : 3 f^ x 1 £ 
6 in. [ft LViii. ao.] 



FRANCE. (ABTOla.) 407 

A colored plan of Bethime ; drawn about 1730, without a scale, 
but about 30 toises to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x I f. 3 in. [di 

LVIII. Ul.] 

A colored plan of Bethune; drawn in 1762, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inclt: 5 in. X Sj in. [* lvi. ai. fol. i5.] 

A plan, in outline, of additional outworks on the St. Blanche 
Road and Gate of St. Prix, at Bethune ; drawn on a scale of 
33 toises to an inch : lOj^in. x 10 in.; wilh a rough copy on 
the same scale and size, [ib Lviii. as. c. d.] 

A colored " plan, profi], et Elevation de la fagade du bastiment 
de la gouveniance de Bethune, propos6a a rebastir d neuf en 
1724"; drawn on a scale of four toises to an inch : I f. 6 in. 

X 1 f. [sb LVIII. 83. e.] 

A colored " plan du pavilion d'officiers et du corps de cazemes 
St. Jor, a Bethune"; drawn on a scale of IJ toise to an inch: 

1 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [flr LVIII. B3. /.] 

" Plan des pavilions de Vaiiban, de Magnac, et de I'Esperance, 
el des Irois corps de cazemes Dants, relatif a I'arlicle six du 
projet," at Belhune ; drawn in 1734, on a scale of four toises 
to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [* lviii. a3. g.] 

A colored " plan du pavilion d'Anis occupo par M. le Gonver- 
neur, avec le nouveau projet," at Bethune; drawn in 1718, 
on a scale of If toise to an inch, with the autograph signa- 
ture of Vauban : each 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. [^ lviii. b3. A.] 

A colored plan of the country lo the nortli-east of Bethune; 
drawn about 1740 : 1 f. C in. x 1 f. [s& lviii. bs. ».] 

A colored plan of Hcsdin ; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 50 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x J f. 6 in. [dl lviii. ei.] 

A colored plan of Hesdin, with additional fortifications ; drawn 
about 1720, on a scale of about 55 toises lo an inch : 2 f. 

2 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ife lviii. b5.] 

A colored plan of Hesdin ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 600 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [* lvi. bi. fol. u.] 

|. A colored plan and section " de la prolongation qui a e8l6 or- 
donne de faire a I'ancien corps de cazemes, pres la porte 
neuve delavillede Hesdin, ce 26 Octobre, 1692"; drawn on 
a scale of !{ toise to an inch: 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [^ lviii. 

k colored plan of the forlifications of Lens ; drawn about 1650: 
B in. X 1 f. 8i in. [Add. 11,564. art. 39.] 



AOS PRAKCE. (aRTOIS.) 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Lillers; drawn i 
1650; 55 toises to an inch: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 

11,564. art. 35.] 

A colored plan of the fortifi cat ions of St. Omer ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 55 toises to an inch: 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 

5 in. [dJ Lviii. 90.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Omer ; drawn about 

16fiO, on a scale of 28 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. 

[Add. 11,564. art. «.] 

This and the preceding arc drawn by^ the same hand, and 

are on the same scale, although differently marked. 
A colored plan of " St. Omer et de ses environs " ; drawn about 

1700, on a scale of 450 toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 

[ft LVIII. 91.] 

A colored " plan de la ville de St. Omer" ; drawn about 1710, 
on a scale of 95 toises to an inch ; 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[ft LVIII. 93.] 

Another copy of the preceding, on the same scale and size. 

[ft LVIII, 93.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications on the west and south-west 
of St. Omer, with additional works on the road to Aire; 
drawn in 1711, on a scale of 90 toises to au inch: 1 f. 4 in. x 

1 f, [ft LVIII. Ofi.] 

A colored plan of St. Omer ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 450 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3} in. [ft lvl si. fol. is.] 

Ground plan and sketches, in Indian ink, of portions of the 
cathedral church of St. Berlin, St. Omer; drawn by James 
Essex: each 6 in, x 4 in. [Add. 6709. pp. sse, SiT.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the cathedral church of St. Bertin, 
at St. Omer; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, afler 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 68.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of statues of St. Denis and St. Mau- 
rice, in the church of St. Denis, at St. Omer : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 2-i--.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the locks, etc., on the canal of 
St. Omer; drawn in 1777, by Johan Liidewig Hogrewe, Cap- 
tain of Engineers, on a scale of 65 French feet to an inch ; 
lOi in. X 3J in. [ft Ms. 46. plate xi.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Vedant ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch: 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 
4 in. [^dd. 11,564. art. 38.] 



PRANCE. (AUNIS.) 409 

A colored plan of the fortificatiotis of St. Venanl ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 

4 in. [di Lvm. 97.] 

A colored plan of St. Venant; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
SOO toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft LVi. 81. fol. 16.] 

A plan, or bird's-eye view, of Therouane, and of the camps and 
works of the Imperial army imder "Mods'". Vandevyle" 
and " Mous''. de Egmond," besieging it in 1553, when it was 
destroyed by order of Charles V. : 1 f, 2 in. x 10 in. [Cott. 
Aug. I. ii. 78.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the cathedral chnrch of Notre Dame 
^^ at Terouane ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
■ 4 in. lAdd. 6759. (ol. Cf}.] 

AUNIS. 

A colored plan of the Pays d'Aunis, with the islands of R6, 
Oleron, and Aix ; drawn about 1720, on a scale of about 
1 J league to an inch ; I f. 3 in. x J f, [S Lviii. 93.] 

A colored " carte d'une partie des Marais du Bas Poitou et du 
Pays d'Auuis, vers I'embouchure de la riviere de la Sayure 
pres de Marans " ; distinguishing " les marais et cabanes de 

M', de Vauvrc" "ce qui est sous le nom de TAbbaye 

deTrizay" .... and "la portion possedee, par M". Aurart"; 
drawn by " Masse," about 1740, on a scale of 190 toises to 
an inch : 4 f. x 2 f. ; accompanied by separate plans of locks 
and other details: 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [* LViii. i06.] 

A colored plan of " the island Aix, taken from the French by 
the English fleet, under the command of Sir Edward If awlce, 
the 23rd Sept. 1757"; drawn on a scale of 110 fathoms to 
an inch : 1 f. 2 J- in. x 11 in. [* LViii. 105.] 

A colored " plan of the fort and town of the Isle of Aix" ; 
drawn (about 1757 ?) on a scale of 17^ French toises to an 
inch : 1 f. lOJ in. X 1 f. 54 in. [« i-viii. us.] 

A colored "coupe du donjon de I'isle d'Aix"; drawn on 
a scale of about four feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 

. [tb LVIII. iio.] 

»)lored plan of Brouage ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [sfc Lvi. ai. fol. 99.] 

S 6 



410 



(acnis.) 



A colored plan of Uie " enceinte «!c la ville il'Oleron," and of 

the citadel "conforme a eeluy de Monsienr Le Peletier"; 

drawn about 1700, on a scale of 34 toises to an inch : 1 f. 

2 in. >: 1 f. 2 in. [^ LVlll. lis.] 
A colored "plan de la citadelle d'Oleron" ; drawn about 1680, 

on a scale of about 24 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 

4 in. [^ LVili. lie.] 

A colored plan of tlie citadel of Ol^ron; drawn about 1690, 
without a scale, but about 15 toises to an inch : 2 f. 2 in, x 
1 f. 6 in. [* LViii. 117.] 

" Sc6no(^aphie d'Oleron du cosle du nord" ; drawn in pen 
and ink, by " Paty de Clairac" : 1 f. 9 in, x C in. [fi lviii. 
lis.] 

A colored plan of the Isle d'Oleron and Isle d'Aix ; drawn in 
1752, on a scale of three leagues to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. 

[d? LVI. 81. fol. 100 ] 

A colored plan of the Isle de Re ; drawn in 1 752, on a ecale of 
2| leagues to an inch : 5 in. x 3j^ in. [A Lvi. ai. fol, loa.] 

A colored "plan de St, Martin en R€, 1683"; drawn on a 
scale of S8 toises to an inch : 2 f. 2 iu. x 1 f. 6 in. [ib 

LVIII. Hi.] 

A tinted view of Rocheforl: 6 in. x 3 in. [* lviii. io7. o.] 

A colored plan of Rochefort; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 600 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [A LVi. ai. fol, loi.] 

A colored " prospect of the land about the mouth of the river 
Charanle, from Fort a TEguille to I'lsle Madame, near Rocfae- 
fort"; drawn about 1740: 2 f. 2 in. X 6 in. [* lviii. 
lo;. b.] 

A colored chart of the harbour and town of La Rocbelle ; drawn 
by Capt. John Kempthorue: 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Add. 
3665. art. 3.] 

A colored plan of La Rochelle; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
660 toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in. [sfr lvi. bi. fol. lo.'.] 

An engraved view of the action between the Rochellois and the 
royal fleet, under the Duke of Guise, at the Isle of Ri, 
[on the 18th Oct. 1622 r] with the names iu Ms. : 1 f. 9^ in. 
X 1 (-H in. IHarl. 7U27. art. u.] 

" L'ordre du combat naval oil Monsieur de Montmorancy, Ad- 
miral de France, atlaqua les Huguenots rebelles, qu'il mena 
baltant jusqu'a la fosse de Loye, oti ils s'echouerent le 15 
Septembre, 1625, euseinble la descenle qu'il lit faire en Tile 



FRANCE. (bEARN AND NAVARRE.) 411 

de Re; premiere joum^e"; a. large copper-plate engraving 
by Melchior Tavemier, froin a drawing by Ducarlo: 3 f. 
3 in. X 2 f. 4 in: with a printed index at foot. [Harl. 
7027, art. ib.] 

Le grand combat oil Monsieur de Montmoraiicy, Admiral de 
France, conlinua sa victoire snr lea Hugiienols rebelles de- 
vant Sainct Martin de R6; deuxieme jimmce"; a large 
coppcr-plale engraving by Melchior Tavemier, from a draw- 
ing by Ducarlo: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 7^ in.: with a printed index. 
[Harl. 7027. art. 16.] 



BEARN AND NAVARRE. 

A colored map of the "frontiere de France ct d'Espagne des 
deux costfes du Beani"; drawn on a scale of 1^ inch to a 
league: 2 f. 9 iu. X 2 f. 2 in. [di US. b.] 

A sketch, in pen and inli, of the "route pour aller de la Basso 
en la Haute Navarre, avec du canon," or from St. Jean de < 
Pied de Port to Pampeluna: 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [* Lxxi. 
43,] 

A colored map of the " deux chemins d'Oleion k Saragosse " ; 
drawn on a scale of If league to an inch : 2 f. 1 iu. x 1 f. 
5 in. [ib Lxxi. «.] 

A colored map of the "chemins dePampellone, par St. Jean de 
Pied de Port, et par Espelette," with the country as far as 
Bayonne and St. Sebastian ; drawn on a scale of one league 
to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [& lxxi. -n.] 

f Another copy of the same map, on the same scale and size. 

[A LXXI. a.'] 
! A colored map of the " chemin de la vallee d'Ossau a Sarra- 

goiisse"; drawn on a scale of 1 1 league to an inch: 2 f. 4 in. 

X 1 f. 9 in. [a LXSr. 44.] 

[ A colored plan of Andaye ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 80 

toises to an inch : S in. x 3j- in. [ft LVi. 81. fol. 9f.} 
[ A colored plan of the Chateau de Dax ; drawn in 1752, on a 

scale of 40 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft Lvi. si. 

fol. 95.] 
I A colored plan of St. Jean Pied de Port ; drawn in 1752, on a 

scale of 450 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft lvi. si. fol. 

91.] 

3 fl 2 



^^M 412 FRANCE). 


(BERRT, BOURDONKOIS, AND BRETAGNE.) ^^^| 


^^M A colored plan of Lourdes Chateau; drawu ii 
^^m scale of 75 Loises to an inch : 5 in. x Sj- in. 


s 1792, oa^^H 


^^M Colored plan o 
^1 16S0: 


r the fortifications of Navarines; 
X 9 in. [Add. 5027. a. art. 6^.] 


drawn ati^^| 


^^^ A colored plan 
^^B 450 loises to 


of Navarreins; drawn in 1752, 
an inch : 5 in. x Sj in. [a Lvi. 


on a scale 6^^^ 

81. fol. 90.] 


^^H A colored plan 
^H scale of -250 


of the Fort de Socoa ; drawn i 
toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in 

BERRY. 


in 1752, on ^^1 
. It, LVI. ^^1 


^^H > A colored plan of the foiti6cations of the town of Bourg^^^^H 
^H drawn about 1650: 2 f. X 1 f. Sin. [ft LViii. 16.] ^^^| 


^H A colored plan. 
^M ^ 1650; 2 f.X 


, or bird's-eye view, of Bourges ; 
1 f. 4 in. [* Lvui. IJ.] 

BOURBONNOIS. 


1 


^H A plan, in pen and ink, of the church of the ahbey of St. ^^^^1 
^H naud ; drawn bj the Rev. Thomas KcnJcb : 6 in. x 4 ^^^H 




BRETAGNE. 


m 


^^M A colored map of Brittany ; it is inscribed " Part of Bntaigiri^^ 
^H from Sir John Norris, 1 594," with some of the names in the ' 
^^M hand-writing of Lord Burghley ; drawn on a scale of about ' 
^H aHeagues to anincb: I f. 7in. X 1 f. 3in. [Co«. Aug. r. i 

■ ! 


^^B A colored map of Bretagiie; drawn temp. Henry 
^m 5 in. [*/oa«f, 557. fol. S6,] 


IV.: 7 in. X 


^^H A colored "plan d'Anceny"; drawu about 1650 
^H 3| iuclies to 100 toises : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [* i 


, on a scale of 



FRANCE. (bBETAGNE.) J13 

A colored " plan of the island of Belle-Isle, on the coast of 
France, talien by his Majesty's arms, under the command of 
Major-General Hodgson, in 1761 ; survey'd by Lis Majesty's 
Engineers. N.B. the soundings in fathoms"; drawn on a 
scale of 3^ inches to a mile : 3 f. 4 in. x 2 f. 5 in. [dr lix. 
Mj / 

This is accompanied by a written report on the state of 
Belle-Isle in 1761, signed by " W. Skinner, 1762," [after- 
wards Major-General.] 

A colored plan of the "island of Belle-Isle, taken from the 
French by his Majesty's troops, under the command of 
Major-Geueral Hodgson, 1761," shewing " the present in- 
trenchments, and the places where our troops made good 
their landing'' ; drawn on a scale of 1400 yards to an inch : 
1 f. 5 in, X TO in. [<& Lix, 6'?.] 

A colored " plan of the coast of Belle-Isle, from Rocher Bat- 
terie to the Point of Ramonet, surveyed by order of Major 
Bramham, Chief Engineer, by Ensign Al'. Mercer, Engineer ;" 
drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[df LIX. 70,] 

A colored " plan of Port Yoch in Belle-Isle, with the coast 
from the Sands of Samfun to the Point and Island of Gros, 
[or Rocher Batterie,] surveyed by order of Major Bramham, 
Chief Engineer, by Ensign Mercer, Engineer"; drawn on 
a scale of 200 feel to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 8 in. [di lix. 

71.] . 

A colored " plan of the Great Lines of Samfun and Port P 
surveyed by order of Major James Bramham, Chi' 
at Belle-Isle, by Ensign Abr. Welsh, Engineer"; 
scale of 200 I'eet to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. X I + 

LlX. 72.] 

A colored " plan of the sea-coast of Boll-Isle fr 
Herre to the guard bouse de SL Foy, near whicn 
forces landed "22d of April, 1761; surveyed by orcle 
James Bramham, Chief Engineer on the expeditioi 
sign A, Welsh, Engineer"; drawn on a scale of 
an inch : 3 f. 1 in. x 1 f 7 in. [r.ix. 73.] 

A colored plan of the castle of Palais, Belle Isle; d 
1680, on a scale of 11 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 
5 in. [s& LX. yc] 

A colored " plan of the citadel and part of the town r 
Belle-Isle" ; drawn [in 17C1 ?] on a scale of 100 I 
inch : 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. in. [ib LX. 97.] 



414 FRANCE. (BRBTAGNE.) 

A colored plan of ihe town and citadel of Palais, in Belle iBler 
drawn in 175?, on a scale of 300 toises to an inch : S in. X 
3^ in. [S Lvi. Bi. fol. los.] 

A colored " plan of tlie Soulerreins of the citadel of Palais," 
Belle Isle ; drawn on a scale of 60 feet lo an incli : 2 f. 5 in. 
X 1 f 8 in. [^ LX. SB.] 

A colored " view of the citadell of Palais from the sea, as it 
appeared before the siege, taken before landing"; drawn by 
T. Walker: 9 in. x 5 in. [i& LX. as. e.] 

A colored " view from the four gun battery, erected by Capt. 
Walker, Engineer, at 150 yards from the bastion La Mer, 
which it battered effectually " ; drawn by T. Walker : 9 in. x 

5 in. tA LX. i9. d.'i 

A colored "view of the citadell of Palais, from the 10 gun 
battery, shewing the breaches in the envelope and bastion La 
Mer " ; drawn by T. Walker : 9 in. x 6 in. [* Lx. S9. c] 

A colored " south view of the citadel of Belle Isle" ; drawn 
whilst in the possession of the English : 2 f. 2 in. x 8 in. 
[ft LX. 39. 6.] 

A south-eaBt view, in Indian ink, of " the citadel of Belle Isle " 
[Palais] : 1 f. 2 in. x 7 in. [* lx. s9. o.] 

A colored plan of the town and castle of Brest ; drawn about 
1C60, without a scale, but about 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. 
2 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [sb lx. i.] 

A colored " carte parliculiere des environs du Port de Brest dii 
cost6 de la mer, laqnello conlient tout le pais qui est entre le 
mesme port et les passages du Four et du Rail, et les obsorv. 
alions et marques de touts les dangers ; corrigfi par Petit, In- 
genieur et Arcbitette du Roy, 1686 " ; drawn on a scale of 
J league to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [(6 lx. i.l 

A colored " plan de la ville et chasteau de Brest" ; drawn [by 
Petit, about 1686 ?] on a. scale of 50 toises to an incli : 3 E 

6 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft lx. 3.] 

A colored "plan of tbe town, castle, and harbour of Itrtst"^; 
drawn about 1700, on a scale of 500 fen ■ ■ .. 
2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft lx. ?.] 

A colored plan of the castle of Brest ; ^ 
scale of 18 toieea to an inch: 1 
LX. D.] 



^^H FRANCK. (ORETAGNK.) 4 15 

A colored plan of the caslle and forlificaltoDK of tlie town of 
Brest ; drawn about 1 700, without a scale, but about 20 toises 
to an inch ; 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [* LX. 9.] 

tA colored plan of the caslle of Brest ; drawn about 17J0, on a 
scale of 22 toises to an inch, with eleven smaller plans of 
proposed additional fortifications, on a scale of 3^ toises to 
an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [lb LX. lO.] 
A colored plan of the town of Brest ; drawn in 1753, on a scale 
of 600 toises to an inch ; 5 in. x 3^ in. [sb lvi. ai. fol. loa.] 

A colored plan of C'onquerneau, and of the surrounding country; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 55 toises to an inch: 2 f. 

tSin. X 1 f. 6 in. [ib LX. ii.] 
A colored plan of the "environs de Conquemeau"; drawn 
about 1650, without a scale, but about 55 toises to an inch : 
2 f. 1 in. X I f. 5 in. [^ LX. is.] 

^ colored plan of theforlificalionsof the town of Conquemeau ; 

• drawn about 1650, on a scale of about 1 1 toises to an inch : 
2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [* Lx. 13.] 
A colored "carte parliculi^re de Tlsle et Bourg du Conquest, en 
Brelagne"; drawn about 1700, without a scale: 2 f. 1 in. x 

1 f. 5 in. [A LX. 11.] 

L A sketch, in pen and ink, inscribed, " the plott of the castell of 
Croydon by Brest; by Sir John Norris, his owne hand, 5 
Oct. 1594," and indorsed in the hand -writing of Lord Burgh- 
ley : 1 f. 2 in. X 9 in. [Colt. Calig. E. ix. fol. s7(i.] 

i colored plan of Hanebon ; drawn about 1 700, without a scale : 

2 f. X 1 f. 3 in. [i£; lx. 15.] 

i colored "plan et profil de la tour elbatlerie de I'isle d'Hedie," 
near Belle Isle ; drawn on a scale of three toises to an inch : 
6 in. X 11 in. [^ lx. 30.J 

i colored plan of the town of Nantes; drawn about 1680, 
' without a scale : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [* lx. is.] 

i colored plan of Nantes ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 600 
[ toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [^ lti. bi. fol. 101.] 

L colorr^ '»liin of L'Oricutj flrawn in 1732, on a scale of 150 
f !oi»»- ' '• inch : o in. X 3} in. [ft lvi. bi. fol. 107.] 

'■' ■ ■ ' ':iTounding country; 

I'thes to a Bretagne 



FRANCE. (bORGCNDT.) 



\ colored " carte des 
drawn about 1700, ■ 
a league: 1 f. 10 In 



1 Bretagne 



environs de Port . 
I'ilhoiit B. scale, but about three inches to 
X X f. 2 in. [a LX. 17.] 



A colored plan of the "citadelle du Fort Louis"; drawn about 
1680, on a scale of 15 toises to an inch : 3 f. 2 in. x If. 
5 in. [s& Lx. i<i.] 

A colored plan of Port Louis; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
400 toises to an inch : S in. x 3}- in. [A LVi. bi. fol. i06.] 

A colored " plan de la ville de Keniies, leve apres Tincendie 
arrive le 22* Dec". 1720"; drawn on a scale of 40 toises to 
an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x If. [A i^- £4.] 

A colored plan of St. Malo and the environs; drawn about 
1680, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 
5 in. [^ LX. 10.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Mato ; drawn about 
1680, without a scale, but 50 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 

1 f. [« LX. Kl.] 

A colored plan of 8t. Malo; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft LVi. 8i. fol. 109.] 



BURGUNDY. 



109.] ^^1 



A colored map of Burgundy ; drawn temp. Henry IV, : 7 in. 
x 5 in. [Shane, 557. fol. «.] 



Goweme'. de Bar sur Seiu 
X 9 in. [-a Lix. 30.] 




A colored map of the ' 
about 1650: 1 f. 1 in 

A colored map, of the "Goweme'. de Chastillon sur Seine 
drawn about 1650 ; 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [4 UX. 31.] 

An outline "plan de la ville et chateau d'Auzonne' 
about 1650, on a scale of two inches to " 100 totses pi 
ville et chateau, nne lieue pour les villages": 1 f. 7 in. X 
1 f. 2 in. [A LIX. 3S.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Anxonne ; drawn about 
1680, on a scale of 23 toises to an inch: 2 f. 9 in. x I t 

fi in. [a LIX. :]6.] 

A colored " plan du chasteau d'Auxonn' 
scale of five loises to an inch : 1 f. 
tlX. 35.] 



(Bt 



NDY.} 



417 



ofored plan of Auxunne ; 
} toiseK to an inch : 



; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 
! iu. X 1 f. 3 in. [* Lix. 37.J 
i colored plan of Auxonne ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises lo an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [# LVi. si. fol. m.] 
I A colored plan of the forlificalioua of Bellegarde, with pro- 
))Osals for the improvement of them ; drawn about 1700, on 
a scale of 24 toises lo an inch: 1 f. B in. x 1 f. [^ i,i\. 

I A colored plan of Bellegarde or Sciirre, with schemes for ex- 
tended fortifications; drawn on a scale of 20 toises to an 
inch ; 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. ti in. [4 LJX. w.] 

I A colored plan of the town of Bourg en Bresae, and the sur- 
rounding country ; drawn on a scale of about 58 toises to an 
inch: 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. [* lix. u.] 

An outline "plaiide lavilleet citadellc de Chaalons surSaone"; 

drawn about 1650, on a scale of one inch to 50 toises for the 

town, or to half a league for the country round it: 2 f. x 1 f, 

6 in. [ig iix. «.] 
A Golore<I plan of the fortificatioiis of Chalon sur Saoue ; 

drawn about 1700, on a scale of 40 toises to an inch : I f. 

5 in. X I f. J in. [* LIX. 13.] 

A colored plan of Chalon sur Saone; drawn in 1752, on a 
scale of 400 toises to an inch: 6 in. x 3^ in. [^ LVI. 8i. 
fol. 60.] 

Three sketches, in pen anil ink and pencil, of Chateau Gaillard ; 

drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq. : each 9 in. x 6 in, [jidd. 

6735. ff. laT, i.iB.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Dijon ; drawn about 1700, 

on a scale of 50 toises to an inch: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [dr 

LIX. U.] 

A colored plan of the "Fort de I'Echise, en Bugcy," with 
schemes for extended fortifications ; drawn about 1720, on a 
scale of about five toises to an inch : 2 f- 9 in. x 10 in. [ft 

LIX. 45. 1,] 

colored plan of the Fort de I'Ecluse ; drawn in 1762, on a 
scale of 00 toises to an inch : 5 in. x ^ in. [* Lvr. ai. 
fol. r.1.1 

1 ontliae "plan de la viH le St. Jean de Laune"; drawn 
o 50 toises for the town, 



ilry : 1 f. ( 



. X 1 f. 1 i 



418 



FRA^cli;. (champagne.) 



A colored plan of ihe forLificalions of " St. Jean 

drawn about 1080, on a scale of S3 toises to an iucb : S f. 
2J iu. X 1 f. 4 in. [* iix.^T.] 

A colored plan and bird's-eye view, in outline, upon vel- 
lum, of the " chasteau qu'a faict faire Monsieur le Due 
Duzeet [Jacques dc Cnissol, Due d' Uz»>s] en sa forel de 
Maulne,en forme depantagone''; drawn by Jacques Androuet 
du Cerceau, temp, Henry III., on a scale of five toises to an 
inch : each 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [^ Lvi. b7. vol, ii. ff, 57, .-ia.] 

A colored plan of the walls, etc., of Verdun gur Saonne ; drawn 
about 16^0, without a scale : 1 f. 8 in. x t f. 1 in. [ft Lix. 
«-] 



CHAMPAGNE. 



A colored map of Champagne and Brie ; drawn 
7 in. X 5 in. [Sloane, 557. fol. ,ii,] 

A colored "carte generals de Champaigne"; drawn about 
i650, on a scale of 3| leagues to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. 

[iS LX. 31.] 

An outline plan, on vellum, of "le Logis d'Anssi-le-Franc 
bastie par Monsieur de Clairemonl-Tallard"; drawn temp. 
Henry III., by Jacques Audrouet du Cerceau, on a scale of 
50 [feet ?j to an inch : 2 C 6 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft lvi. 87. vol. 
ii. fol. 49.] 

A bird's-eye view, on vellum, of the mansion of Aiicy-Ie-Franc, 
with elevations of" la face de lung des costcz dans le court," 
and "la face de lung des costez par le dehors" ; drawn by J. 
A. du Cerceau : 2 f. 6 in. x I f, 8 in. [® lvi. h7. vol. ii 

fol. 4B.] 

A colored map of the " Gowemement de Bar sur Aube"; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 1-j^ inch to a league: I f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [ft LX. «,] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bouillon, with the sar- 
rounding country; drawn about 1690, on a scale of [^7 
toises ?] to an inch : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [* lx, s?.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Chaalons : 2 f. 5 in. x 
I f. 8 in. [Harl. 7027. art. y.] 

A colored pkn of Charlcvilie; drawn about 1630, without a 
scale : 1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [ft lx. 71.] 



I 
I 

I 



FRANCE. (cdAMPAnNE.) 419 

L cuLored plan uf the furlifications of Charleville and le Moot 
Olimpe ; drawn about 1650, 30 toisea to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. 
X 1 f. 7 in. [Add. U,5G4. art. er.] 

A colored plau of Charleville; drawn about 1700, on a. scale nf 
[60 toises] to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft lx. 7^.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Mont Olimpe, near 
Charleville; drawn or a scale of I'2 toises to an inch : 2 f. 
X 1 f. 6 iu. [Add. ll,o6J. art. 6!i.] 

A colored map of the " Gowernemcnt de Chaumont en Bas- 
sigoy"; drawn about 1650, on ascaleof li'g inch to a league: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [ffl LX. ti.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Chaumont; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in, 

[ft I.X. 76.) 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Donchery ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 25 toises to an inch: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 

4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. Ti.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Donchery j drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 27 toises to ag inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

[ft LX. 79.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Donchery ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 27 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 

5 in. [ft LX. 7S.] 

A colored map of the " Gowemement d'Espamay"; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of Ij'j inch to a league : 1 f 1 iu. 
X 6 in. [ft LX. 46.] 

A colored map of the " Gowemement de Langres" ; drawn 
abont 1650, on a scale of l^V "^c^ to a league: 1 f. 1 in. 
X 9 in. [ft LX. 47.] 

A colored plan of Langres; drawn about 1630, on a scale of 
100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [A Lx. so.] 

A colored map of the "Gowemememt de Maubert-Fontaine"; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 1,^ inch to a league: 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [ft LX. +b.] 

A colored plan of Maubert-Fontaine; drawn about 1650, on a 
scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. I in. X 9 in. [ft lx. si.] 

A colored map of the "Gowemement de Mery-aur-Seine"; 
drawn about 1630, ou a scale of I ^g inch to a league : 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [ft lx. 5o.] 

3 H 2 



420 WaUkSC^ (CHAJfPAGlTE.) 

A colored plan of the fiMtificatioDS erf* Mezieres ; diaiiii aboai 
1650, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 In. 

A colored plan of the foitifirationg of Mezieres ; drawn in 1650: 
2f. 2in.xlf.6in. [Add. 11,564. art. 69.] 

A series of colored '^ profils des difierents ou trages faicts on a 
&iie a Mezieres** ; drawn aboot 1690, on a scale of 14 toises 
to an inch :2£7iii.xl£9in. [tfi 1.x. ss.] 

A colored plan and section ^ dn magazin a poodre de la citar 
deDe (de Mezieres) k ganche en entrant/* shewing propo s ed 
additional bnfldings ; drawn aboot 1690, cm a scale of 11 
toises to an inch : 1 f. x 9 in. [tfi LX. 86.] 

A colored plan of Mezieres ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 650 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x S^ in. [tfi lti. si. foL S5.] 

A colored map of the ^ Gowemement de Monteclere^ ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of l-^ inch to a league : 1 f. 1 in. 
x 9 in. [A LX. 51.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Monteclair ; drawn aboot 
1650, on a scale of 48 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

[tfi LX. 88.] # 

A colored map of the ^ Gowemement de Montignj""; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of l^V ^^^ ^ ^ league : 1 C 1 in. x 
9 in. [tfi LX. 5«.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Montignj-le-roy ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 1 £ 1 in. x 
9 in. [tfi LX. 89.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Mouzon ; drawn about 
1650 : 2 f X 1 f. 5 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 74.] 

A colored ^ plan de la ville de Mouzon,** with schemes for rery 
extensive projected fortifications; drawn about 1680, on a 
scale of 45 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [tfi lx. 

90.] 

A colored map of the '^ 6owememeDt.de Nogent sur Seine**; 
drawn aboot 1650, on a scale of Ij^ inch to a league: 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [tfi lx. 53.] 

A colored map of the ** Gowemement de Retel et Cbateau-Por- 
tian*^ ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of lyV ui<^h to a league: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [tfi LX. 54.] 

A colored map of the ^^Gouvemement de Reims*"; drawn about 
1650, OD a scale of If ^ inch to a league: 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

[Sb LX. 55.] 



FRANCE. (champagne.) 421 

A colored "plan de la ville de Rheims"; drawn about 1700, 
on a. scale of 95 toises to an inch : I f, 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [A 

LX. 91.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the Cathedral at Rheims ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 

7i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the doors of the Cathedral 
at Rheims ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 9-n,] 



.ndows in the cathedral at 
as Kerrich : each 6 in. x 



Four sketches, in pen and ink, of wi 
Rheims; drawn by the Rev. Thom 
4 in. [Add. 0752. ff. HV-9t.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows ia 
the Cathedral of Rheims ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in, x 4 in. [Add. 6743. ff. s, g.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Rocroy ; drawn about 
16S0, on a scale of 92^ toises to an inch: 1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. 

[* LX. ;)6,] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Rocroy; drawn abont 
1030, on a scale of 30 toises to an inch : I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 
Sin. lAdd. 11,564. art. <i6.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Rocroy ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 34 toises to an inch: 1 f. U in, x 1 f. 

4 in. [Hart. 7027. art. a.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Rocroy ; drawn about 
16S0, on a scale of 30 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 

5 in. [* LX. 97.] 

A colored plan of Rocroy; drawn about 1690, on a scale of 
2S toises to an inch : I f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft lx. 99. i.] 

A colored plan of Rocroy ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 200 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft Lvi, bi. fol. 34.] 

A colored map of the " Gowernement de St. Dizier"; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 1-jV inch to a league : 1 f. 1 in. x 
9 in. [* LX. 4,1.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Dizier ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 

[ft LX. T7.] 

A colored plau of the " Gowemement de SU Menehou" ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of l^ inch to a league: J 1". I in. X 
y in. [* LX. «.] 



4» 



FKAXCE. (CUAMPAfiint.) 



A colond plan of ibe fovtifieauoBs of St. McaA gw ; Aan 
•bma 16S0, wUbouLaKsle: 1 C 1 in. x 9 in. [* lx. Jk] 

A colored atap of the "GowtraetaaH de Sedan"; ifaawn xtnot 
1630, on « scale of 1 ,'« inch to m. Icasae : 1 C I im. x 9 m. 

[*Ut.56) 

A eotored "plan de la riOe ct cbalcaa de Scdao"; dnwn 
about 16M, on a ticale of 50 " rergea de la mesan de Fnnce" 
to an inch : 1 £. 1 in. X 9 in. [ft LX. 99.] 

A aAond ptan of the foiti&catioos of Sedan ; drawn abovt ISSO, 
oa a aa^ at 40 loises to an inch : iCi'm.xlf.1im. 
[..Ud: 11,364. art. T*.] 

A colored i^an of the fiirtificalioBS of Sedan ; diawn on a scale 
ofUUiUesloBiiach: 1 C 11 in. x t £, 4 in. [/farl TOST, 
art. fu] 

A cdond "plan de Sedan": drawn aboot 16M, oa a aealeo' 
4S toises to an inch :2C3iD.xlC8iB. [*lx. mo.] 

A colored " pian de Sedan' ; drawn aboot 1700, on a scale of 
90 lones to an inch : 1 C 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [# u. am. i.] 

A colorad plan of Sedan ; diawn in 1739, ob a icale of 409 
l o ins to an iaA : S in. x 3 im. [* ltl si. fe). ».] 

A cokwcd Btap of the ** CovcnrnKU de Seaa" ; drawn aboM 
ICSO^ tm a ac^ of 1^^ ncfa to a ieagae : 1 £. 1 in. x 9 in. 

A coloced B^ of the "GoweneBcM de Tm-lea>lloiilMr"; 
dcBvn ahoDt 1950, on a Kale of l^, inch to a ^eag^ : 1 t 
In.x9in. [*lx.m^3 

ad deratioo of the ** Amcoaa de Toonene da 
rnn. co^ae ett ] 
-Eleration ct plan da Feat da Toi 
de le Rtahfir" ; diawn about ICSO, on a Kale of fov loua 
to an iaA :lt9iB.xlCltD. [iftLX. un.] 

A colored aap of the " Gowemeaacol de Tioes* ; drawn aboot 
1950, oa a aeale of l^V inA loahipie: I £ t in. x 9tB. 

" Le plan dn lops de TaBoj, ancln dosmic taat ds pare qac 
doB Tij^K, ^ae HBM dn jadnn eC eating ^ne partie ^ 
c«eutdeW»M," baBi hy Jaeiina f AOoa, abvefaal ^ 
St. Andr^ and aftetwavda hcianpi^ to the Pnn* de Coadi ; 
ifaawn in ootfinc, apoM Tdfena, ImpL Hrwy UL, bj Jh^bm 
aCcRcaa,o«ascaieaf[TSfaK.']toBainch: SC 



Androort d 

6ia.xl£8in. [# UL n. «^ b. U. 3^] 



FRANCE. (DAUPBINE.) 



423 



*'Le desBiDg de iolevation de Valleij, avec la clostitre lanl du 
pare que des vignes que aussi du jardria et eetaug" ; drawn 
on vellum, by Jacques Audroiiet du Ccrceau : S f. 6 in. x 
1 f. 8 in, [^ Lvi. \s7. vol, ii, fol. 36.] 

" Le defsing de leleralion du jardrin de Vallery avec la gal- 
Iprie et les pavilions" ; drawn ou vellum, by Jacques An- 
drouet du Cerciau : 2 f. 6 in. x I f. 8 in. [S lvi, a7. vol. 
ii. fol. 36.] 

" Le dessing de lelevation tant du pavilion que dea deux costez 
du detiors de Valleij, asscavoir ce qui a eslii faict de neuf"; 
drawn on vellum, by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : 2 f. 
6 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [fi lvi. 87. vol. ii. fol. at.} 

" Le dessing de lelevation lanl du pavilion que des deux coslez 
par le dedans asscavoir ce qui a este fuict de neuf ; drawn 
on vellum, by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau: 2 f. 6 in. x 
, 1 f. 8 in. [* LVI. Br. vol. ii. fol. 38.] 

I A colored map of the " Gowernement de Villefranche et Mou- 
zon"; drawn about 1650, on a scale of l^V inch to a league: 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [& Lx. go.] 

\ A colored plan of the foriiiicalious of Villefranche j drawn 
about 1C50, on a scale of 100 loises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 

[* LX. i03.] 

I A colored plan of the "Gowemement de Vitry-le-Frangois"; 
drawn about lOiJO, on a scale of 1 j^j inch to a league: 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [£ LX. ei.] 

VA colored plau of Vitry-le-Franjois j drawn about 1650, with- 
out a scale : 1 f. ! in. x f) in. [tf; LX. loi.] 



DAUPHINE. 



An oblong folio, conlaining 23 colored maps of the province of 
Dauphin^, divided into its several governments ; drawn ap- 
parently about the year 1700 : each map 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. 
{Harl. 486.1.] 
Its contents are: 

1. Carte Genf'rale de Dauphin6. 

2. Gouveruement de Barsilone. 

3. Gouvernement d'Orpi^re. 

4. Gouveniement de Mallanzane. 

5. Goureraemenl du St. Esprit. 



424 FRANCE. (DADPHINE.) 

6. Gouveraement de Salusse. 

7. GouvernemeDt de Guillestre. 

8. Gouvemement de Gap et Puimon. 

9. Gouvernement de Montliman 

0. Gouvernement de Luzerne et PigneroL 

1. Gouvemement de Brianson. 

2. Gouvemement de Bourg-Doisans. 

3. Gouvemement de Crest. 

4. Gouvemement de Valance. 

5. Gouvemement de Modane. 

6. Gouvemement de Suze. 

7. Gouveraement de St. Jehan. 

8. Gouvemement de Grenoble. 

9. Gouvemement de Romans. 

20. Gouveraement de Chamberry. 

21. Gouveraement de Chapeau-Corau. 

22. Gouveraement de Vienne, 

23. Gouveraement de Lion. 

A colored map of Dauphiny ; drawn temp. Henry IV. : 7 in. 
X 5 in. ISloaney 557. fol. 2«.] 

A colored plan of " Le Fort de Barrault^; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of about 28 toises to an inch : 1 f. x 8 in. Isb 

LXI. If.] 

A colored plan of "Fort Barraux" ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
300 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [tfi lvi. 8i. fol. 6^.] 

A colored " plan delaville de Brianson, fait etrecoppie en 1718 
du projet general de M. le Mareschal de Vauban en 1700^ ; 
drai^ui by M. Fevry, on a scale of 27 toises to an inch : 2 f. 
10 in. X 2 f 6 in. [ib LXi. 14.] 

A colored plan of "Briau9on ancien^; drawn about 1720, on a 
scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [ib Lxi* 

13.] 

A colored " plan du chateau de Brian9on, avec deux difiilrens 
projets pour y faire une nouvelle platte, form^a pres avoir ap- 
plani son int^rieur et d^moli la vieille enciute qui tombe eu 
ruine'' ; drawn in 1732, on a scale of seven toises to an inch: 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [ib LXi. ^5.] 

A colored plan of Brian9on ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 450 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ib LVi. 81. fol. 64.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Embrun ; drawn about 
1650, without a scale : 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ib LXi. 17.] 

A colored plan of Embrun ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 300 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3|^ in. [ib LVi. 8i. fol. 66,] 



FRANCE. (FLANDERS,) 425 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view of the towns of Gap and 
Puimore; drawn about 1650: I f. 11 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [* 

LXI. IB.] 

A colored "plan de Grenoble, suivant le projet de Monsieur 
de Vauban du 4' d'Octobre, 1692" ; drawn on a scale of 65 
toises to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [A LXt. i9. i.] 

A colored plan of Grenoble; dranii in 1752, on a Bcale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3} in. [A LVi. St. fol. 63.] 

A colored plan of Mont Dauphin ; drawn in 1752, on a scale 
of 270 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [A LVi. ai. fol. 65.] 

A colored plan of the forti Heat ions of Montelimartj drawn 
about 1650; 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. [sb Li. to.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Valence ; drawn on a 
scale of 48 toises to an inch: 1 f, 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft 

LXI. SI.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Vienne; drawn sbont 
1650 : 1 f 10 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* LXi. la.] 



I 



FLANDERS (FRENCH). 

A colored " carte des principales villes de la frontiere de Pi- 
cardie et Flandres," with a written description ; drawn about 
1680, on a scale of three leagues to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 
1 f. 9 in. [ft Lxtx. 9.] 

A colored " carte parliculiere dopuis Jouafre jusques a Notre 
Dame de Bonneavanture, dans te voisinagede Dunquerque"; 
drawn about 1700 : 3 f. x 9 in. [ft lsi. 38.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Armentieres ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 55 toises to an inch : I f 10 in. x 1 f. 
Sin. [Add. 11,564. art. 50.] 

A colored plan of the fortiHcations of Armentieres; drawn 
about 1 650, on a scale of 56 toises to an inch : I f. 1 1 in. x 
1 f. 5 in. [ft LXI. 39-2 

A colored " plan de la ville de la Bossee " ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 40 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [Jdd. 
11,564. art. .^9.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of La Bass^, with the ad- 
joining country ; drawo about 1650, on a scale of 65 toises 
to an inch : I f. 9 in. x 1 f . 3 in. [ft Lxi. lo.] 



4S6 nuNCE. (flandeb&O 

A colored " plan de Bergne SL Vinoc" ; drawn iU>ont 1650, on 
a scale of 47 toises lo an inch : I f. d in. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft lxi. 

A colored plan of " Bergue"^ ; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 
SB loifies lo an inch : 2 f. 6 in. X I f. 9 in. [ft LXi. «.] 

A colored "plan de Winoxbei^"; dratrn about 1680, on a 
•cale of 100 toises to an inch : I f. 2 in. x 10 in. [* lxi. 

A colored plan of Bergues; drawn in 1752, on s scale of 460 
toises to an inch : a in. x 3^ in. [ft lvi. ai. fol. si.] 

Colored " plan, profil, et eleration des sousterin qu'on acheve 
du bastion de St. Pierre a Bergues"; drawn about 1700, on a 
scale of 2i toises to an inch : t f. in. x 1 f, I in. [ft Lxi. 

Elevation, plan, and two sections of the entrance and sluices 
of the "porle de Dunquerque dans Bergues"; drawn by 
" Bernard," in 1699, on a scale of 1 j'5 toise to ao inch : 2 £ 
2 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft lxi. «. a.] 

Flan and section, in outline, of the " Escluse de Juannegal con- 
struite dans Bergues"; drawn about 1700, without a scale: 

2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft LXI. w. 6.] 

A colored plan of the " Agrandissement du logement des of- 
ficiers a Bergues"; drawn about 1690, on a scale of IJ 
toise to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x If. [ft lxi. m. e.] 

A colored " plan de I'liopilal de Bergues, pour faire voir I'aug- 
mentation que Ton y propose tant a la grande salle qu'au 
petit corps du batinient ; fait a Bergues, le 5 Decembre, 1 692. 
Duverger"; drawn on a scale of 5§ toises to an inch: 1 f. 

3 in. X 1 f. [ft lxi. 44. d.] 

A colored plan of Bouchain ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in. [ft Lvi. ai. fol. »5.] 

A colored " plan de Bourbourg, lorsqu'il fut pris en Aoust, 1645, 
par S. A. R." [the Duke of Orleans, having under him the 
Marshals Gassiou and Rantzau,] 65 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 
if. (Jin. [/Irf(/. 11,564. art 41.] 

A colored "plan de Bourbourg," and the adjoining country, 
shewing the attacks of " M'. )e M*". de Ransau" and " M. 
Gassion" ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 67 toises to an 
iucli : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft Lxt. 46.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bourbourg: 2 f. 3 in. x 
1 f, 6 ill. [Harl. 7027. art. 5.] 



FRANCE. (FLANDEBS.) 



437 



I 



A colored "plan de Cambray," and the adjoiniDg country; 
drawn about, 1650, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 
6 in. X 1 f. 2 in, [sfr LXi, .io.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Cambray ; drawn about 

1650, on a scale of 100 toises to an inch: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 

2 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 40,] 
A colored plan of the tovra and citadel of Cambray ; drawn 

[in 1692 ?] without a scale, but about 50 toises to an inch : 

2 f. 2 in. X I f. 7 in. [* LXi. si.] 

A colored plan of the town and citadel of Cambray ; drawn in 
November, 1711, on a scale of 62j toises to an inch : 1 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [ft lAi. 3t(.] 

A colored plan of Cambray ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 800 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3} io. [ft lvi. bi. fol. 34.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of silver statues of St. Michael 
and St. George, in the sacristy of the church at Cambray ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 4 in. x 3 in. 

[Add. 67-28. ff. aiu. ss6, -257.] 

A colored plan and view of Mont Cassel, on a scale of 75 toises 
to an inch : 1 f. 1 1 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [Add. 1 1,564. art. 3*.] 

Plan du chasteau de Comines; drawn about 1650, pu a scale 
of 15 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Jdd. 
11,564. art. n.] 

A colored " plan de la ville de Douay" ; drawn about 1680, on 
a scale of 95 toises to an mch : 1 f. 11 in. x I f. 3 in. [ft 

LXI. 50.] 

A colored plan of Donay ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 450 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ iu. [ft lvi. bi. fol. U3.'\ 

"Description historiqne de Dunkerque, depuis son origine en 
L 646 jusques en 1785," by H. E. Diot, and dedicated by him 
■ to Monseigneur de Calonne: it contains 25 coliired plans, 
r which are hereafter described. Quarto, [Add. 10,147.] 

This MS. formerly belonged to Richard Gough, Esq., aod 
subsequently to Richard Heber, Esq. 

A colored plan of "Dunkcrque en 646": 7j in, x 5 in. [Jdd. 

10,147. pi. 1.] 

A colored plan of "Dunkerque en 960": 7j in. x 5 in. [Add. 
' 10,147. pi. s.] 

^colored plan of" Dunkcrque en 1322": 7 J in. x 3 in. [Add. 
10,147, pi. 3.] 



4SB 



FRANCE. (FLANDEHS.) 



1400": 7^^ in. x 5 in. 
; 7J in. X 



A colored plan of " Duiikerque < 
[Add. 10,147. pi. 4.] 

A colored plan of "Dunlcerque en I'anuee 1640" 
5 in. [Add. 10,147. pi, 5.] 

A colored plan of " Dunquerque"; drawn about 1650, on a 

scale of 75 toiscs to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. X I f. 6 in. fft lxi. 

5..] 
Colored plan of the fortifications of Dunkirk; drawn about 

1650, on a scale of 80 toises to au inch : 1 f. 10 in. x I f. 

5 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 37.] 
A colored plan of " Dunkerque assiegee et prise par le Mare- 

chal de Tiu'enne le 26 Juin, 1658" ; drawn by H. E. Diot: 

11 in. X 8 in. [Add. 10,147. pi. 6.] 



A colored plan 
Diot : 7i in. 



]f "Dunkerque en 1662"; drawn by H. E. 
( 5 in. [Add. 10,147. pi. 7.] 



A colored plan of " Dunkerque" ; drawn about 1680, 
of 95 toises to aii inch : -J f. x I f. 6 in. [A L\i. 



on a scale 

■,,.] 



A colored plan of " Dunkerque sous Louis XIV,," about 1690 ; 
drawn by H. E. Diot: 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 10,147. pL e.] 

A colored " plan de Dunkerque el de ses environs," including 
Fort Louis and the "Camp retranclie" ; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 90 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x I f. 8 in. [ft 

LXI. 53.] 

A colored "plan de Dunkerque et de ses environs"; drawn 
about 1700, on a scale of 90 toises to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 
1 f. 8 in. [* LXI. 54.] 

Another copy of the sauie plan, on the same scale and size. 

[tt LXI. S.>.] 

A colored " plan de Dunquerqiie " ; drawn by a German hand, 
about 1700, on a scale of 67 toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 
1 f. 8 in. [* L.XI. 57.] 

A colored " carte de Dunkerque, avec ses environs," and with 
the names of tlte adjoining inhabitants; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : 3 f. 6 in. x 3 f. [d; LXi. 
66.] 

A " colored plan of Dunkirk and the fortification as it was in 
1714,'" before its demolition in pursuance of the treaty of 
Vlrecht; drawn by H. Stephens, in January, 1754, without 
a scale, but 90 toises to au inch : \ t 7 iu. X \ t [A 
LXI. 60." 




i 



I 



PRANCE. (tLAWDERS.) 429 

A colored plan of" Duokerque et ses mines eu 1714, et Chenal 
de Mardick en 1715"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 11 in, x Sin. 
[Add. iO,U7. pi. 9.] 

A colored plan of " Dunkerque en 1730"; drawn by H. E. 
I>iol: 8 ill. X 41 in. [Add. 10,U7. pi. lO.] 

A colored plan of " Dunkerque, sou port et son camp retrancbe 
en 1742"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 
10,147. pi. It.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et des environs de Dunkerque ; 
avec les nonveaux ouvrages qui y ont ct6 fails pendant la 
deniiere guerre, Icve par ordre du roy en 1746," with the 
names of the adjoining inhabitants ; drawn on a scale of 140 
toiaes to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 2 f. [ffl lxi. 66.] 
A colored tracing accompanies this plan. 

A colored plan of " Dunkerque a la paix de 1748"; drawn by 
H. E. Diot: 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 10,147. pi. a.] 

A colored plan of Dunkerque; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
800 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [^ LVi. in. fol. to.] 

A colored " plan of Dunkerk, shewing the form of a new canal, 
where two thousand men are daily employed, June 30th, 
1753" ; drawn on a scale of 190 yards to an inch ; 2 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 10 in. [* LXI. 67. fl,] 

A colored " plan of the town and harbour of Dunkerque, 
wherein is laid down an eye-draught of a new canal and 
sluice now digging and building there by the French, as ob- 
served June, 1753"; drawn on a scale of BOO feet to an inch: 

I f 5 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [« lxi. 67. 6.] 

These last two plans are accompanied by two reports, dated 
Bruges, 14 June, 1753, and London, 11 Aug. 1753, addressed 
to " His Excellency, Mr. York, at the Hague," [the Hon, 
Sir Joseph Yorke, afterwards Lord Dover,] and to Sir John 
[afterwards Lord] Ligonier, by J. P, Dcsinarelz, who was 
" sent to Duokerque by His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, 
and Sir John Ligonier, with orders to view the works now 
carrying on there by the French, to observe Iheir nature and 
to report upon them." 
A colored " plan of the town and harbour of Dunkirk, with the 
new canal and sluices built by the French in the year 17S3"; 
drawn by L H., on a scale of 190 yards to au inch ; 1 f. 
9 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [« LXi. 6a.] 

A colored plan of " Dunkerque, au Iraite de paix avec TAngle- 
lerre, signe le 10 Fevrier, 1763"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 

II in. X 8 in. [Add. 10,147. pi. u.] 



430 FHANCK. (fLANDBKS.) 

A colored " plan of the town and harbour of Dunkirk, witb the 
sluice and canal of Mardick, 21st Sept, 1763"; drawn by 
Andrew Frazer, on a scale of 95 French toises to an inch : 
it is countersigned by "J. P. Desmarelz": 2 f. 10 in, x 
1 f. 10 iu. [* LXI. 69.] 

A colored plan of " Dunkerque en 1786"; drawn by H. E. 
Diot, on a scale of 160 toises to an inch; 11 in. x 8^ in. 
lAdd. 10,147. pi. 14.] 

An outline "plan du Fort Louis, a J lieue de Dunkerque, sor le 
canal de Bergue"; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 28J 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X If. [sb lxi, 83.] 

Four colored elevations and four sections of the "Nouveau Ris- 
ban," built in 1683, at Dunkirk; drawn on a scale of five 
loises to an inch : 1 f, 4 in. x U in. [^ lxi. ?i. g. A.] 

A colored " 616vation du Risban a Dunkerque, construit en 
1683"; drawn by H. E. Diot : II in. X Sin. [Jdd. 10,147. 

pi. 18.] 

A colored " plan du Fort dn Rerers de I'ancien Dunquerqae"; 
drawn on a scale of seven toises to an inch : 1 f, 2 in. x 
9 in. [rif LXI. 71./.] 

A colored " plan de la batterie de revers a I'ouest du port de 
Dunkerque en 1689"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 8 in. x'6 in. 
[Add. 10,147. pi. 22. a.] 

A colored " vue des forts en charpente a la lete des jellies du 
port de Dunkerque"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 11 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 10,147. pi. 17.] 

A colored plan and two elevations of the " batterie a la lete du 
canal de Dunkerque," or Chateau de Bonne Esp6rance : it 
is inscribed " copie envoyee a M'. de Vauban le 10' May, 
1685, en I'estat qu'elle estoil dans ce temps"; drawn with- 
out a scale: 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. [ft lxi. 71. «.] 

A colored " i^l^vation en perspective d'une des jettees de char- 
pente du port de Dunkerque sons X.ouis XIV. "; drawn by 
H. E. Diot: I f. x 8 in. [Add. 10,147. pi. i6.] 

A colored " plan d'une partie des jett^s du port de Dunkerque 
en 1689"; drawn by H. E. Diol: 8 in. x 5 in- l_Add. 
10,147. pi. «. *.] 

A colored " nic du magazin general et du bassin des Taisseaux 
du Roy a Dunkerque, sous Louis XIV." ; drawn by H. E. 
Diot: II in. x 8 in. lAdd. 10,147. pi. ».] 



FH4NCK. (FLANDERS.) 431 

. colored " vue du magazin general et des magazius parti- 
culiers du cote de rarriere port a Dunkerque" ; drawn by H. 
E. Uiot : 1 1 in. X 8 in. [Add. 10,147. pi. si.] 

A colored " plan du bassin dcs vaisseaux du Roy a Dunkerque, 
sous Louis XIV," ; drawn on a scale of 23 toises to an inch : 
11 in. X 8 in. [Jdd. 10,147. pi. la.] 

A colored plan of the retrenched camp to the east of Dunkirk, 
constructed in 1742,by the Marechal de Noailles; drawn by 
W. Wentworlb ; 1 f- 8 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [A Lxi. to. 3.] 

A colored " plan and profil of the new sluice built at Dunkirk 
in 1753"; drawn on a scale of 18 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f. 4 in., [* LSI. ?i. (/.] 

A colored " vue de la tour et de I'eglise paroissiale de Dun- 
kerque, en 1783"; drawn by H, E. Diot: II in. x 8 in, 
lAdd. 10,147. pi. s*.] 

A colored elevation of the "Portail de I'Eglise paroissiale de S, 
Eloy de Dunkerque, en 1785"; drawn by H. E. Diot, on a 
scale of 13 feet to an inch: 1 f. x 8 in, [Add. 10,147. 
pi. !5.] 

A colored " vue de la bourse et du portail Notre Dame a Dun- 
kerque"; drawn by H. E. Diot: 11 in. x 8 in. lAdd. 
10,147. pi. 33.] 

A colored plan of Gravelines and the adjacent country ; drawn 
about 1650, without a scale, but about 120 toiaes to an inch: 
2 f, X 1 f. 5 in. [® Lxi. 73.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Gravelines ; drawn about 
1650 : 2 f. X 1 f. 5 in, [Add. 11,564. art. 3i.] 

A colored " plan de Graveline"; drawn about 1680, on a scale 
of 30 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [* Lxi, Ti.] 

A colored plan of Gravelines ; drawn in 1 752, on a scale of 400 
toises to au inch : 5 in. x 3^ in, [* LVi, bi. fol. is.] 

I A colored plan of the fortifications of "L'Isle en Flandres"; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 70 toises to an inch : 1 f. 
11 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [a? lxi. r?.] 

I A colored plan of the fortifications of Lisle in Flanders ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 76 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 
I f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. ii.] 

I A colored plan of " Lille"; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 
120 toises to an inch : 1 f, 8 in, X 1 f. 2 in. [di lxi, 79.] 



FRANCE. (fLANDEBS.) 



\ colored plan of Lisle 
toises to an inch : 5 



drawn in 1752, od a scale of 1000 
in. X 3^ in. [ft lti. ei. fol. tt.] 

A colored " exact plan of ihe town and cittadel of Lille, from 
obserratioos made on the spot in June, 1754, by R. G. 
Bruce" ; drawn on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. 
X 1 f. 8 in. [A i-\r. BO.] 

A colored "plan de la citadelle de Lille, 27 Mars, 1693"; 
dravm on a scale of 40 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x If. 
4 in. [tfr LXi. ui.] 
This is accompanied with a tracing. 

A colored plan " du Fort St. Sauveur i Lille" ; drawn about 
1690, on a. scale of 5\ toises to an inch: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 

2 in. [ft LXI. H9.] 

A colored plan of tlie forlifications of Mardic ; drawn about 
1650 : 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. iJdd. 11,564. art. 36.] 

A colored "plan du fort de Mardicq, comme il estoit alors 
qu'on le prit la premiere fois sur les Espangnols, dont les tra- 
vaux du bas fort ont este ruyne, a quoy on travaille presente- 
ment pour le restablir: a Callau le premier Decembre, 1657; 
Rjansse" ; drawn on a scale of 25 toises to an inch : 2 f. 

3 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [i& LXI. 65.] 

A colored " plan des forts de Mardick construits par les Es- 
pagnols''; drawn by H. E. Diot : 8 in. X 4j in. [Add. 10,147. 
pl. 15.] 

A colored plan of " Le Fort de Mardick" ; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 35 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 5 in. 
[tt J^xi. 84.] 

A colored "plan et vue de TeclusB faite par les Francois sur 
le nouveau canal a cole de Mardick"; dranii on a scale 
of 2f toises to an inch : 3 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft lxi. 
.7.] 

An onUine plan and elevation of the head of the canal at "Mar- 
dic"; without a scale: 2 f . 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft lxi. 86.] 

A colored "plan du fort de Waten" and the adjoining country; 
drawn in 1645, on a scale of 82 toises to an inch ; 2 f. 3 in. 

X 1 f. 7 in. [ft LXI. BB.] 

A colored " plan du fort de Waten" ; drawn about 1650, on a 
scale of 75 toises to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 
11,564. art. *B.] 



PRANCK. (FRANCflE COMTE OE BOURQOaNB.) 



433 



FRANCHE COMTE DE 



BOURGOGNE. 

drawn about 



^^H A colored ploo of the fortilicati 

^B 1650: 3f. X I f.ein. \_Add. 11,564. art. so.] 

A colored " plan de la place deatiuee pour faire la ciladelle de 
Bcsan^oii"; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 15 " loises de 
Bourgogne, a dix pieds la toise," to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. 

[A LXII. 59.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of Besaagon and the surrounding 
country ; drawn about 1680: 2 f. 11 in. x 6^ in. [tt LXii. 

I GO. a.'} 
A colored " plan de Besan^on " and the adjoining country ; 
drawn about 1720, on a scale of 52 loises to an inch; 3 f. 
10 in. X 3 f. [A Lxn. 58.] 



A colored plan of BeGan9on ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 800 
loises to an inch : 5 in. X 3 in. [ft LVi. ui. fol. 56.] 



Colored " plan el profils d'une rt'doute propose a faire a la teste 
du Pont de Bregil a Besan^on ; faicl a Besan;on,ce IS Oct. 
I 1690; Robelin fils": drawn on a scale of 6^ loises to an inch: 
I 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [* ixu. tio. c] 

A colored plan of the fortifications and environs of Dole; 
drawn about 1650, without a scale, but about 40 loises de 
Bourgogne to an inch: 2 f. x I f. 5 in. [Jdd. 11,564. 
art. 79.] 

A colored plan of the foni6cations of Dole ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 16 toises de Bourgogne to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 
If. 6iu. [ftLXii. liu] 

A colored "plan de Grey"; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 

22 toises de Bourgogne to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 4 in. [A 

LXII. 63.] 
A colored " plan du Chasteau de Joux et des ouvrages pro- 

posez k y faire; faict a Besan^on le 26" Avril, 1 690 ; Delacour"; 

drawn on a scale of four toises to an inch : 4 f. x 1 f. 1 1 in. 

[4 lAIl. 65.] 

A colored plan of the Chateau de Joux; drawn in 1752, on a 
scale of 130 toises to an inch : & in. x 3^ in. [ft lvi. si. 

fol. 5B.] 

A plan of the fortifications of Monthelliard; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 200 feet to au inch ; 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [ft 

IJCII. S6.] 
VOL. II. 3 " 



FRANCE. (gaSCONY.) 



A colored plao of Salins; dranti in 1753, on a 8ca]e of 450 
toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3| in. [d7 lti. si. fol. 57.] 



A colored plan or birdVeye view, on vellnm, of the country 
about Bayonne ; drawn about 1580 ; 2 f. x 1 f. 5^ in. [Coll. 
Aug. I. ii. as.] 

A colored map of the " chemins de Bayonne a Pampellone par 
St. Jean de Pied de Port el par Espeletle"; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of one league to an inch : 2 f, 5 in. x 1 f. 
9 in. [i& Lxxi. 41.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Bayonne ; drawn about 
1640: 1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [Add. 6027. art. ei.J 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the fortifications of Bayonne ; drawn 

by a Spanish hand about the year 1690 : I f. x 9 in. [Add, 

14,000. fol. aas,] 
A colored plan of the "ville, citadelle, et chateau de Bayone"; 

drawn about 1700, on a scale of 33 toises to an inch : 2 f. 

9 in. X 1 f. 10 in. [* LXiii. 3i.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications and citadel of Bayonne ; 
drawn about 1710, without a scale, but about 70 toises to an 
inch: 1 f. 6 in. x 11^ in. [^ Lxni. sz. i.] 



A colored plan of Bayonne ; drawn in 1752, i 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x SJ in. [^ LVi. i 



1 a scale of 450 
. fol. 9*.] 



Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a circular window in 
the church at Bayonne ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 

in. X 5 in. lAdd. 6743. fol. 76.] 

A colored "plan de la villo de Daex, a". 1639"; drawn on a 
scale of 25 toises to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 5 in. [di LXiir. 

"•] 

A colored plan and section of the Fort de Socoa ; drawn in 
1639, on a scale of 17 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X If. 

1 in. [ffl LXiii. 4(i.] 

A colored bird's-eye view or plan of " Le Socoy " ; drawn about 
1640 [par le S'. Teuslat ?], on a scale of 27 toises to an ij^r 
1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. [* i 



(CATINOIS.) 



GATINOIS. 



A plan and two clcvatiuns, ou Tellum, of the ro3'al palace of 
Clialvau or Clialvo, situated belweeo Fontai neb lean, Moii- 
tereau, and Nemours, built by Francis I. and afterwards be- 
longing to Madame D'Estampes ; drawn temp. Henry III., 
by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau: 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 
[di LVI. er. vol. i. fol. 53.] 
I A plan, on vellum, of Fontainebleau " tant la basse court, la 
court de la fontaine, que la court du logis du roy, avec Ics jar- 
dins et estang"; drawn by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau, 
on a scale of 12} loiscs to an inch : 3 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 
[* LVI, B7. vol. i. fol. 11.] 

[ A bird's-eye vievr, on vellum, of Fontainebleau j drawn by 
Jacques Androuet du Cerceau, on the same scale and size. 

[Sfe LVI. 87. vol. i. fol, 12.] 

1 A series of siiL plans, in outline, upon vellum, of the royal 
chateau of Moutargis, as it existed in the time of Renee 
of Fiance, daughter of Louis XII., and widow of Ercole 
d'Esle, Duke of Ferrara; drawn by Jacques Androuet du 
Cerceau: each 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [A LVi. sr. vol. ii. ff. 
*3-2a.] 

i, A general plan of Montargis and the surrounding 
country, inscribed " Far ce desseing se peut veoir la situa- 
tion de Montargis, avec les principaux villages estant a 
quatre lieues au circuit, pareillement les rivieres et forests "; 
drawn on a scale of 2| inches to a leagiie. 

ii. "Le plan du chasleau et de la ville dt: Monlargia, 
avec le jardiu circuysant le dit chasteau, du conate de Toc- 
cident et septamtrion,aussi le contenude la terre de dcmie 
lieuc alentour : pareilieuient les caux et rivieres estans en 
la demie lieue." 

iii. " Le plan tant du chasteau de Montargis que des 
jardins d'iceliiy"; drawn on a scale of 8j toisesto an inch, 
iv. A bird's-eye view or "elevation geometrale du chas- 
teau de Montargis avec ses jardins "j drawn ou the same 
scale. 

v, " Le desseing de la premiere et seconde salle du chas- 
teau de Montargis .... en cette salle il y a six 
cheminees, en I'une desquelles a este, et est encores pour 
le present, peinct une histoire digue de menioire, d'un com- 
bat d'un genlilhomme contre uu chieu, lequel geulil- 
borome estant vaincu par le chien confeasa avoir tue son 
compaignon maistre d'icelluy cUien. Aucuus discnt que 
3 K 2 



FRANCE. (gUIENNK.) 

se combat fut faict en icelle salle, oil, pour rememorerU 
faict, se refraichist par fois ceste paincture." 

vi. "Le circuit de la face du chasteau de Monlai 
Bur le coste de Toccident et septenlrion mis sur laligne' 
droitte, pour cognoisUe ce qui est de nyveau et de pente." 

" Le desseing de rune dcs trcillcs qui est au jardia da 
chasteau de Alontargis." 




A colored map of Guienne ; drawn temp. Henry IV. 
5 in. [_Sloane, 557. fol. is.] 

A colored bird's-eye view, on vellum, representing the com 
of the Gironde and Garonne from Bourdeaux to the 
with the town of Bloye [Blaye] as besieged [in 1593, by 
Jacques de Goyon, Mariichal de Malignon, who endcavoiu-ed, 
in vain, to lake it from the Leaguers: the English fleet, 
under Admiral Haughton, is represented in the river]: 1 f. 
11 in. X 8i in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. bo,] 

A colored plan of Blaye ; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 35 
toises to an inch : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. [ife lxiii. 33.] 

A colored plan of Blaye; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 900 
loiscB to an inch : 5 in. x 3J in. [A LVi. ai. fol. 9b.] 

A colored plan of the " Poinle de ITsle pres Blaye," on the Ga- 
ronne; drawn in 1689, by Mons'. Le Roy Buquesnel, on a 
scale of 20 toises to au inch, with a section, on a scale of 2| 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x I f. [^ LXiti. at.'] 

Two colored elevations, two sections, aud three plans, at dif- 
ferent stages, of "la touravecla balterie basse devant Blaye"; 
drawn about 1700, on a scale of three toises to an inch: 
2 f. 6in. X 2 f. 3in. [^1x111.35.] 

A colored " carle de la seneschaussee de Bordeaux, dans toutle 
son estendue et ses limittes, du pays de la nouvelle con. 
queste, avec les remarques des rochers et passcB, taut a 
Tentree de la Gironde qu'a celle de la raer d'ArcachoD, 
nouveliement levee par ordre de Mons. I'lnlendant do Bor- 
deaux, el do Mcs". les fcruiiers g^n^raux du Roy, 1702"; 
drawn on a scale of 1^ league to an inch : 8 f. 1 to. x If 
i Lxm. 11?.] 



FRANCE. (HAIMADT FBANCAIS.) 



437 



A colored plan of the fortifications of Boiirdeaux ; drawn about 
1650, without a scale, but thus inscribed: "pour Teschelle 
de ce plan je me suis servy du raport fidfele d'un de mes amis, 
qui par curiosite en a fait pas a pas le tour, pour en scavoir 
le circuit, qui est de 6840 pas communs" : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 
4 in. [Harl. 7027. i.] 

A colored plan of Bordeaux ; drawn about 1680, without a scale : 
1 f. 11 in. X I f. 6 in. [A LXiii. 36.] 

A colored plan of Bordeaux ; drawn in 1752, on scale of 600 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [A LVi, tii. fol. 96.] 

Colored plans, at five different stages, of the "Tour de Cor- 
dovan," on the Garonne, near Bourdeaux ; drawn about 1680, 
on a scale of 2| toises to an inch : 1 f. x 7^ in. [ifa Lxiii. 

40.] 

A colored plan of the Fort de Medoc; drawn in 1752, on a 
Bcale of 400 [>] toises to an inch: 5 in. x 3^ in. [tif LVi. 81. 
fol. 97.] 



HAINAUT FRANCAIS. 



I 



A colored "carte dessin^e d'une partie du Hainaut Francois, etc. 
y compris les villcs d'Orchic, St. Amanl, Conde, Marchienne, 
Valenciennes, Bouchain, Cambray, Chateau Cambresis, etc." ; 
drawn on tracing paper, without a scale, but about six inches 
to a league, on six sheets, four of which are 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f 9 in. ; the Others, 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f . 4 in. [^ Lxn. j.] 

A colored plan of " Avesne"^ drawn about 1680, on a scale of 
about 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f 3 in. [# 

LXII. 7.] 

A colored "plan dAvesnes en Hainaut"; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 60 toises to an inch: 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 1 in.: 
with a tracing on the same scale and size, [ft Lxu. 6.] 
A colored plan of Avesnes ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 

350 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft Lvt. Gi. fol. 31.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Charlemont : drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 37 toises to an inch : 2 f x 1 f. 4 in. 
[ft LX. 69.] 

loied "plan de Charlemont et des deux Givets"; drawn 
it 1680, on a scale of 55 toises to an iucli : 1 f 10 in. X 
in. [ft IX. 70.] 



138 FRANCE. (HAINADT FRANCAIS.) 

A colored plan of a Horn Work, designed by Vaiibao for the" 
lete du chateau de Charlemont; the original, with Vauban's 
signature, 28 Aug. 1688 ; drawn ou a scala of two toises to 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [^ LX. 73. a.] 

" Plan des cazemes qui se font dans le chateau de Charlc- 

uionf'i drawn about 1690, on a scale of nine feet to an inch: 

1 f. 2 in, X 7 in, [* Lx. 73, b.] 
A colored plan and section of the " Citenie de la grande place 

de Charlemont"; drawn about 1690, on a scale of II {^feet?] 

to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 1 in, [^S lx. 73. c] 

A colored " Veue en eslevalion, plan, ct profil d'un basliment 
fait a Givet sous Charlemont, coutenant treize fours et un ma- 
gazin pour meltre le pain dc munition" ; drawn about 1690, 
on a scale of 2j toises to an inch : I f. 6 in, x 1 f. [a? us. 

73. d.] 

Four colored plans of the bastions of Givet Notre Dame, 1697, 
with slips to shew the mines or souterraius under eaclt^ 
drawn on a scale of 22 toises to an inch : each 10 in. 
7 in. [it LX. 73, e. /. g. A.] 

A colored " plan de Chalemont et dependances" : drawn aboul 

1700, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 

9 in. [fe LX, 71.] 
A colored plan of " Charlenoont, les deux Givels et la couronne 

d'Haurs, 1747"; drawn on a scale of 95 toises to an inch: 

1 f. 10 in. X 1 f, 5 in. [ffl lx. 73,] 

A colored plan of Charlemont; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
400 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3} in. [£ LVi. si, fol, 3S.] 

A ctJored map of the environs of Conde and Valenciennes; 
drawn about 1710, on a scale of 3^ inches to a league : 1 f. 
7 in, X 1 f. 4 in,, with a tracing on the same scale and size. 

[fb LXII. 3.] 

A colored plan of the foitifi cations of Conde; drawn aboul 
1650, on a scale of 42 toises to an inch : 1 f, C in. x 1 f. 
[* Lxir. 11.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Conde; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 60 toi.ses to an inch : 1 f. 9 in, x 1 1', 
6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 47.] 

A colored plan of Conde ; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 
65 toises to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in, [sfe lxu, la.] j 

A colored "plan de Conde"; drawn about 1660, on a s 
of 57i toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [A ixn. io.]| 



mi I 



FIUNCB. (U&lNAUr FRANCAIS.) 



I 



^^B A colored plan of Condii; drsiwii in 1752, on a scale of SOO 
^H tuises lo an inch: 5 in. x 3^ in, [A lvi. si, fol. 37.] 

^H A colored " caile du cours de la Haine, de Mons jusques a 
Conde, avec les posies qui sont !e long de celle riviore"; 
drawn about 1700, by .... De Condcville, on a scale of 
920 " pas communs" to an inch: 3 f. 6 in. x 10 in. [ib 

CV. 16.] 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view of " the towen of Landery " 
QLandrecy], wilb descriptions of the English, Spanish, and 
French camps ; [drawn, apparently, to illustrate its siege in 
1543, by llic English and Imperial Forces under Gonzaga 
of Mantua, who were repulsed by the French under Martin 
du Bellay] : 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 49.] 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view of the siege of the town of 
" Landurshe," being another representation of the siege of 
Landrecy in 15-13, with the names in Italian: 1 f. 8 in. x 
1 f. 2i in. [Colt. Aug. i. i. 5o.] 

A colored "plan dessin^ de Landressy et de ses environs"; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 38 toises to an inch : 1 f. 
10 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [fb lxii. 17.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Landrecy; drawn about 
1650 : 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 1 1,604. art. 49.] 

A plan of the fortifications of Landrecy; drawn about 1660, 
without a scale, but about 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 
1 f. [lb Lxii. la.] 

A colored map of the fortifications of " Landercy an den Sambre 

gelegen" ; drawn about 1670, on a scale of 33 toises to an 

inch: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f 5 in. [A lxii. si).] 
A colored map of the fortifications of Landrecy ; drawn about 

1670, on a scale of 55 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 

3 in. [* Lxir. 19.] 

A colored plan of " Landrecies " ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 

250 toises to an inch : 5 in. x S^ in. [ft lvi. tii. fol. 30.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Marienbourg ; drawn 

about 1650, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 

I f. 3 in. [jldd. 11,564. art. 6.'..] 
A colored " plan de la ville de Maubeuge" ; drawn about 1660, 

on a scale of 45 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft 

LXII. 83.] 
A colored "plan de Maubeuge"; drawn about 1670, on a scale 

of 35 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft lxii. m.] 



440 FRANCE. (HAINACT FBANCAIS.) 

A colored plan nf Maubeuge, wilh cxlended fortificationsT 
drawn about 1690, on a scale of 37j^ toises to an inch : 2 f. 
1 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [A LXii. S5.] 

A colored plan and profil of the town of Maubeuge ; drawn 
about 1700, on a scale of 70 toises to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 f. 4 in. [fi LXII. 16.] 

A colored plan of Maubeuge; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3} in. [dP LVi. si. fol. !8.] 

A colored " carte generale de la forest de Monnal, scilnee dans 
la province du Uainaut, avec son domaine et sa depcn dance," 
between Landrecy, Berlemont, and le Quesnoy ; drawn about 
1700, on a scale of about 360 toises to an inch: 2 f. 9 in. 
X 1 f. II in. [ft LXii. 4.] 

A colored plan of PhilippeTille ; drawn about 1080, on a scale 
of 43 toises to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ft LXit. 3U.] 



A colored " plan de Philippeville, 1( 
37^ toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. ; 



J4"; drawn on a scale of 
1 f . 5 in. [ft LXII. «'J.] 



An outline "plan des sousterrains de Philippeville"; drawn 
about 1 700, without a scale, but 37j toises to an inch 
4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft LXii. ss.] 

A colored "plan de Philippeville"; drawn about 17)0, on 
scale of 31 toises to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft LXII. 3i. 

A colored plan of Philippeville ; drawn about 1720, ou a scale 
of 40 toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. I in. [ft Lxii. S!.] 

A colored plan of Philippeville; drawn in 1752, on a scale 
of 400 toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in. [ft LVi. ai. fol. 32.] 

A colored "plan Duquesnoy, 1726, od sont marques, en rouge 
bnin, les ouvrages fails depuis 1716 et, en jaune, ceux pour 
senir a Texecution du projet g^nfiral"; drawn ou a scale of 
47j- toises to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft LXii. sa.] 

A colored plan of " Le Quesnoy, 1744 ; Le Virloys direxit" ; 
drawn on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : with a separate 
plan of the hom-work of Forest, on a scale of 67^ toises to 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft LXii. 39.] 

A colored plan of Le Quenoy; drawn in 1752, on a i 
400 toises to an inch : 3 in. X 3j in. [ft LVi. 81. fol. £9.]' 

A plan or bird's-eye view of the siege of a town, apparently 
that of Valenciennes, by the Duke of Alva, in March, 1567 : 
7 f, X 1 f . 5 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 6«.] 



n 



I 



PRANCE. (isle DE FRANCE.) 441 

I colored map of the environs of ValencienDeE and Cond4 ; 
drawn about 1710, on a scale of Sj- iDcbes lo a league : 1 f. 
7 in, X 1 f. 4 ill. [sfe LXII. 3.] 

A colored "plan of ihe town andcitadellof Valenciens"; drawn 
about 1720, on a Rcale of 460 foet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 f. 4 in. [* LXIl. 45.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et citadelle de Valenciennes, in der 
Graffschaftt Hennegau, nach der Lefesligung an dem Flua 
der Schelde"; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 73 toises to 
an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [* i.xii. «.] 

A colored plan uf " Valeociennes, place forte du comt^ d'Hain- 
aut, sitnee siir la riviere de I'Escaut ; cette ville fut prise sur 
les Espagnols par les Francois, le 17 Mars, 1677"; drawn 
about 1720, on a scale of 70 toises to an inch : I f. 6 in. x 
1 f. 3 in. [^ UlIi. 43.] 

A colored "plan de Valencienne" ; drawn about 1720, on a 
scale of 55 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [# LXii. a.] 

A colored plan of Valenciennes; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
550 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [tb i-vi. si. fol. ?fi.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of part of the church of Notre Dame, 
at Valenciennes ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
x 4 in. [Add. 6769. fol. 7b.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the chapel of St. Peter, at Valen- 
ciennes ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Jrfrf. 6756. fol. iBi.] 



ISLE DE FRANCE. 

A colored map of the Isle de France ; drawn temp. Henry III.: 
7 in. X 5 in. [Sloane, 557. fol. 60.] 

A colored " plan general des plaines comprises depuis la Porte 
Maillot jusqucs au grand cheniin de Paris au Bourget; sur 
lequel est marque le projet d'un temple destine a la sepulture 
de nos rois, et environne de sepulchres pour les princes et 
seigneurs de la cour, et de tombeaux pour la noblesse et les 
habitans de Paris"; drawn about 1785, and dedicated to 
Monseigneur de Calonne, contrdleur general, by . . . La 
Bri^re, Architect to the Coml.. 'TArtois ; without a scale, but 
about eight inches to a league: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [tt 

LXIII. 53.] 

VOL. 11. 3 I 



TRANCE. (isle DE FKANCE.) 



A colored plan of the city of Bi 
without a Bcalo : 1 f. 1 in. x lOj^ in 



; drawu about 1720, 

L* LXV. «.] 



Three plans and views of the royal chateau of Boulogne or 
Madril, near Paris, built by Francis I., in memory of his 
captivity in Spain ; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry HI., by 
Jacques Androuet du Cerceau: each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[ffi LVI. 87. vol. ii. ff, 14, 15, ifi.] 

i. " La monstre du chasteau de BouIIongne taDt siir la 
face de devaut que sur celle du costc, et sont lea deux 
autres faces pareilles." 

ii. Four chimney-pieces in the " chastean de Boullongne 
pres Paris." 

iii. " La fasse du davant du chasteau de Boullongne 
pres Paris, Jaquelle ce veoit geometrallement." 

" Le plan du chasteau de Boullongne pres Paris." 

A series of four plans and views of the chateau of Chantilly, 
whilst belonging to the Due de Montmorency; drawn 
vellum, by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in. 
1 f. 8 in. [sb IVI. 87. vol. i. ff. 36-39.] 

i. " Fasse de gallerie dans le petit jardin." 

" La fasse opposite de Fentree dans la premie coi 
" Fasse de I'entree." 
ii. " Le plan general de tout le contenu." 
iii. " Fasse par dehors du jeu de paulme." 
" Fasse dans la premiere court des ofices." 
" Fasse des ofices par dehors." 
iv. " Fasses dans la court d'en hault." 
" Moutre du chasteau par dehors." 

A colored " plan de Cliauluy " ; drawn about 1650, on a 
of 36 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [dr LXV. 46.] 

A plan and two elevations of the royal "chasteau de Creil, 
prcs Seolis, assis sur la riviere d'Oyse"; drawn on vellum, 
temp. Henry IH., by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau: 2 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 8 in, [sS LVI, 87. vol. ii. fol. i7.] 

Three plans and views of the chateau of Dampierre, as eo- 
larged by Charles de Ciuise, Cardinal of Lorraine; drawn 
on vellum, by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau ; each 2 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 8 in. [ft LVI. 87. vol. i. ff. 50-5S,] 

i, " Flanlz et montees du logis de Dampierre apparte- 
nant k Monseigneur le Cardinal de Lorraine," being three 
plans of the different floors, and two elevations ; drawn ou 
a scale of 2^ toises to an inch. 




PRANCE. (ISLB DK FRANCE.) 443 

ii. " Le logis de Dampierrc appartenant k Monseigneur 
!e Cardinal de Lorraine," being a general plan of the 
chateau, parli, and gardens; drawn on a scale of [13 toises?] 
to an inch. 

iii. " Leievation tant du logis dc Dampierre que de tout 
le contenu des bastimens, que aussy du jardria, du pare, de 
lestaag, que de lenviron." 

I A series of four plans and views of the chateau of Escouan, 
built by the constable, Anne de Montmorency ; dran-n on 
vellum, temp. Henry III., by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : 
each 2 f. 6 in. X ] f. 8 in. [fi Lvi, sr. vol. i. flf. 46-i9.] 

i. A general plan of " le chasteau d'Equouan, k quatre 
lieues de Paris, qu'afaictbastir feu monsieur leconeslable"; 
drawn on a scale of 4j toises to an inch. 

ii. "L'une des faces du dedans d'Escouan, a laquelle 
sont les quatre grandes coJomnes Connies avec deui 
figures de marbre tie Michel I'Ange"; drawn on a scale 
of If toises to an inch. 

iii. " L'uue dea faces du dedans de la court d'Escouan, 
opposite a celle oil sont les grandes colonnes." 

iv. " Leievation du bastiment d'Escouan a quatre lieues 
de Paris," being a general bird's-eye view. 

A view, in Indian ink, of "la Machine dc Maili, durch den ver- 
jungeten Mastab ini Riss gebracht von Enno Andreas Hiller"; 
drawn on a scale of 8^ feet to an inch : 5 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 
[ifr LXVI. T./.] 

Two sketches of capitals of columns, and of arches, in the church 
of St. Etienne du Mont, or St. Genevieve, at Paris; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
6757. ff. 19, 50.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of parts of the nave of the cathedral 
cburch of Noire Dame at Paris ; drawn by Henry Petrie, 
Esq. : each 6 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6738. £f. 86, a?.] 

Fire sketches, in pen and ink, of tbe monumental figure of 
Philippe le Bel, King of France, in the church of Notre 
Dame at Paris ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 67-28. ff. i2J-i?6.] 

Four sketches, iu pen and ink, of details of the sepulchral 
figure of Jehan Juvenal Des Ursins, (who died in 1431,) in 
the church of Notre Dame at Paris; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff. *o*, 

J05.] 

3 L 2 



tit FRAKCE, (isle DE FRANCE.) 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the sepulchral brass effigy 
of Guillaume Juvenal des Uisina, (who died in 1472,) in the 
church of Notre Dame at Paris ; drawn hy the Rev. 'Ihoinas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4j- in. [Add. 6728. fol. si6.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of an ancient statue on the north 
side of the church of Nutre Danie at Paris ; drawn in 1773, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6728. 

fol. 14.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the sepulchral braae effigy of a 
knight, in the chapel under the Saiute Chapelle at Paris ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 3 in. [_Add. 
6729. fol. 183.] 

Sketchfcin pen and ink, of the figure of a knight on the side 
of the great door of the Sainte Chapelle at Paris ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 86.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the monumenlal figure of 
Charles of Anjou, King of Naples, (who died in 1285,) in 
the church of the Jacobins, at Paris; drawn by the T 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. S. i 

104.] 

Seren sketches, in pen and ink, of the monumental figure of 
Phihppe d'Artois, (who died in 1298,) in the church of the 
Jacobins, at Paris; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerricli 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff. 104-107.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of the monumental i 
Robert, Comte de Clcnnont, (who died in 1317,) in 1 
church of the Jacobins, at Paris ; drawn by the ] ' 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. S. loi-ios-Jli 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of the monumenlal figure < 
Louis le Grand, Comte de Clermont, (who died in 1341,) 
in the church of the Jacobins, at Paris ; drawn by ihe Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff loe- 

130.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of details of ihe monument of 
Pierre de Bourbon, Duke of Burgundy, {who was tilled at 
the battle of Poicliers, in 1351,} in the church of the Jacobins, 
at Paris ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. r 
4 in. [Add. 6728. if. t(i5-i<>7.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the sepulchral 6gV'< 
Charles, Comte d'Alen^on, (who was lulled at '•■- " ' 
Crecy, in 1346,) in the church of the Domiuit 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 
[Add. 6728. ff. 1*7, iss.] 



FRANCE. (isle DC FRANCE.) 



445 



of 
Henry III., by 

1 f. 8 in. 



A aeries of eight plana and views of the royal | 
the Tuilleriea ; drawn on vellum, temp. 
Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. ( 

[* LVI. 87. vol. i. ff, IB. SO— 26.] 

i, " Le plan du baatiment des Tliuilleries," as it was in- 
tended to be linished ; drawn on a scale of [52 feet ?] to 

ii. " Desseing de lelevation du lieu dea Thnilleries sur 
Ja yeue du front du regard dujardrin," being a birdVeye 
view, with a plan in perspective, or " plan racourci." 

iii. " Desaeing de lelevation du lieu des Tbuilleries sur 
la veue du cosle du regard du Louvre." 

" Plan racourcy sur la veue du coste suivaut la Niontee." 

iv. " Le Desseing du portail avec partie de lordre de 
la face des Tbuilleries dcvers le jardrin"; drawn on a scale 
of [3j feet f] to au iuch. 

v. " Desseing d'une face des Tliuilleries du coatS du 
jardrin entre les deux prochains pavilions de larc." 

" Desseing de la face des Tbuilleries du coste de la 
court entre les deux prochains pavilions de larc." 

vi. " Le desseing du portail aue partie de lordre de la 
face des Thnilleries dans la court" ; drawn on a scale of 
[3J feel?] to an inch, 

vii. " Le plan du jardrin et du baatiment comme it a 
est6 arrest^ par la royne mere du roy." 

viii. " Le plan du jardrin." 

A series of eight elevations of portions of the royal palac& of 
the Louvre; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry IIL, by Jacques 
Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in. x I f. 8 in. [4r lvi. 
87. vol. ii. ff. m.] 

i. The face of the pavillion towards the river; drawn 
on a scale of 1-^ toise to an incb. 

ii. " Ce desseing est la face du cost^ de la sallc du 
Louvre, par le dedans sur la court"; dratro on a scale of 
one toise to an inch. 

iii. Part of the ground floor «f fK" ■ -niA .W Mllrt," in 
the court of the Louvi. i -' ' ' ' ' 

ure. 

iv. Part ofthofirM 
v. Part of tin \-' ■ 



vi. " Lb I 

vii. " Le . 

salle du Lo 

du Tiibunal 

viii. Pari 

llie court „( 



•lit dtt U 



FRANCE. (iSLfi DE FRANCE.) 



A colored plan or " La Baslille de Paris"; drawn about 1680, 
without a scale : 2 f, x 1 f. 6 in, [di Lxv. i7. a.] 



A colored " plan de Thfilel de M', Alexandre, rue de la vill 
VEveqae, fauxbourg de St. Honore," at Paris : 1 f. 4 in. 
9 in. [dr Suppl.] 



A colored view of llie ' 
la cour" : 8 in. X 7 



hotel de M'. Alexandre 

n. [fi SitppL] 



de^^ 



A colored " elevation geoiiietrale du pavilion de LourecienoQ, 
[Lucienne?] appaitenant a Mde. Du Barry^: 1 f. 4 in, 
8 in. [* Suppl.^ 

A colored " Elevation perspective du pavilion de Mde. 
Barry": 1 f. 4 in. x 8 in. [ft Suppl.] 

A colored " plan du pavilion apparteuant a Mde. Du BanyT 



A colored plan and elevation of tfae hotel of Mde. la Marquid 
de Brunoy : each 1 f. 3 in. x 5 in. [ft Suppl.] 

A colored " plan et Elevation de la maiBon de M^ le Due 4 
Chatelet" : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 in. [ft Suppl.1 

A colored " elevation perspective de la maieon de M'. le I 
du Chatelet," as seen from the garden : 1 1 in. X 7 in. 
Suppl.] 



de Mile. Guimard" : 1 f, 5 in. i 



A colored " plan de la 
10 in. [ft Suppl.} 

A colored " ^I^vation perspective de la maison de Mile. Q^ 
mard": 11 in. X 6\ in. [ft Suppl.] 

Two plans and a view of the Hotel de Montmorency, rue de la 
chauasee D'An tin, with a view of the hotel of Mile. Guimaid: 
each 9 in. X 8 in. [ft Suppl.] 

A colored " plan du rez de Chauss^e de la maison de M'J 
Mouville, rue d'Anjou, fauxbourg de St. Honor6": 1 f. 6 J 
X 10 in. [ft Supjd.] 

A colored view of the " facade de la m^son de M'. de I 
ville, vue du cote du jardin": 10 in. x 7 in. [ii Suppt^ 

A colored view of the " facade de la meme maison i 
cot6 dela cour": 10 in. x 7 in. [^ Suppl.} 

A colored plan and two elevations of the hotel t 
the Marquis de Sineti, apparently in or near ! 
1 f. 3 in. X 6 in. [ft Suppl.} 



FRANCE, (isle DE FBANCE.) 447 

Two colored plans, a front view, and a section of some mansion 
in or near Paris, apparently: each 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. [di 
SuppL] 

A colored plan and elevation of a mansion in or near Paris, ap- 
parently : each I f. 4 in. x 8 in. [di SuppL] 

A colored plan and elevation of a mansion in or near Paris : 
each 11 in. x 7 in. [d? SuppL] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Denis; drawn in 
1674, on a scale of 95 pas to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 5 in. 
IHarL 7027. art. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the tracery of the great west window of St. 
Denis ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 5 in. 
lAdd. 6743. fol. 85.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great north window 
of the transept of the church of St Denis ; drawn " from 
Major Anderson,^ in 1818, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 5 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 33.] 

A series of five plans and views of the royal palace of St. Ger- 
main en Laye; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry III., by 
Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[* LVI. 87. vol. ii. fi*. J9-33.] 

i. ^^Le plan du chasteau de Sainct Oermain en laye^; 
drawn on a scale of 4 J toises to an inch. 

ii. ^' Le plan tant du chasteau de St. Germain en laye, 
que de se fossez, basse-court et jardrin, que aussy du 
Ui6astre, gallerie et terrasse, encommancez du cost6 de la 
riviere de Seine, avec partie du pare, auquel est la chappelle 
et la muette.^^ 

iii. Desseing du montee du chasteau de Sainct Germain 
en laye avec ses circonstances.*' 

iv. ^^ Desseings des faces du chasteau de Sainct Ger- 
main en laye par le dehors." 

V. ^^ Le plan de la Muette que feit faire le roy Frangois 
premier dans le bois de Sainct Germain en laye tirant vers 
le septentrium et midi**; drawn on a scale of two toises to 
an inch. 

^^ Desseing de partie du dedans de la Muette.^ 

^^ La desseing de lentr^e de la Muette du cost6 de les- 
callier entre Occident et midi.^ 

A series of four plans and views of the royal chateau of St 
Maur des Fossez, built by the Cardinal du Bellay, and en- 
larged by Catherine de* Medici ; drawn on vellum, temp. 



448 KRANCE. (LANGUKDOC.) 

Henry III., by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in. 
X ! f. 8 in. [* Lv:. b7. vol. i. IT. -27-30.] 

i. " Le premier et le second plan du cliasteau de Saiact 
Mor des Fossez"; drawn on a scale of [2t> toises?] to an 
inch. 

ii. Bird's-eye views of the back and front of the chateau 
de St. Maur des Fosses. 

iii. " La face du dedans du chaateau de S. Mort sur la 
court." 

iv. " Le dcsseing du chasteau de Sainct Mor sur la vene 
du coste, lequel n'esl du tout paracheve." 

A colored plan of the town of Soissons; drawn about 1720, 
without a scale : 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [* Lxvi. la.] 

A colored plan of Soissons ; drawn about 1740, without a scale: 
I f. 3 in. X 1 f. [* LXVI. 19.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the chateau de Soissons; draws on a 
scale of nine [feet^ to an inchi 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [di 
LXVI. KO. a.] 

A colored "plan de la veue dii chateau de Soissons sur le 
Maif"; drawn about 1650: 1 f. 7 in. x I f. 2 in. [* Lxvi. 
ao. b.] 

Two plans and views of the royal chateau of Vincennes ; drawn 
on vellum, temp. Henry III., by Jacques Androuet du Cer- 
ceau: each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f, 8 in. [* LVi. b7. vol. ii. W 

9, ,0.] 

i. " Lc plan du cbasteau du boys de Vincennes" ; drawn 
on a scale of 7) toises to an inch. 

ii, " Le desseing du bois de Vincennes," being a bird's- 
eye view of the chateau. 



LANGUEDOC. 



A colored map of Languedoc ; dra 
x 5 in. iSloane, 557. fol. 65.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et 
lot, 1686," with the coast 
drawn on a scale of 105 
2 m. [* Lxvii. V. I-' 



"-y IV.: 7 in. 
l- nry Michc- 



FRANCE. (LANGD 



C.) 



449 



olored " carte particuliere da havre d'Agde en Languedoc, 
aiir les costes de la mer Mediterranee" ; drawn on a scale of 
10 toises to an inch : I f. 11 in. x 1 f. 4 in. iHarl. 7027. 
art. JO,] 

A colored plan of Aiguemortes ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
300 toises to an inch : S in. x 3} in. [4r LVi. bi. fol. 7B.] 

A colored plan of Alais; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 250 
toises to an inch: 5 in. X 3^ in. [d) lti, si. fol. 76.] 

A colored " plan de Beziers en Languedoc" ; drawn about 1640, 
without a scale, but about 20 toises to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 
1 f. 1 in. [* Lxvil. '«.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of " Besiers" ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 20 toises to an inch : 1 f 11 in. x 1 f. 
4 in. [d? Lxvii. ea.] 

A colored " plan du Fort de Brescou, par Cavalier " ; drawn 
on a scale of four toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

[ft LXVII. SO.] 

A colored plan of the " Fort de Brescou" ; drawn in 1752, on a 
scale of about 750 toises to an inch : 5 in. x Si- in. [4 LVI. 
81. fol. ei.] 

"Plan du Port de Cette, 16S5^'; drawn on a scale of 30 toises 
to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft Lxvii. 31. i.] 

A colored plan of the Port de Cetle ; drawn in 1752, on a scale 
of 400 toises to an inch : 5 in. x Sj- in. [ft lvi, 81. fol. so.] 

'A colored plan of the " Fort de Laucate"; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 10 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft 

LXVII. 33.] 

I A colored plan of Montpellier, and its citadel ; drawn about 
1650, without a scale, but about 40 toises to an inch : 2 f, 
X 1 f. 4 in. [ft L.i:vii. 33.] 

P A colored plan or bird's-eye view of Montpellier and its citadel ; 
dran'D about 1650, without a scale, but about 240 toises to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft lxvii. si.] 

An outline plan of the fortifications of Montpellier; drawn 
L about ISSO: 1 f S in. x 10 in. [Add. 14,000. fol. aea.] 

I plsn of Montpellier ; drawn in 1752, on & scale of 
1 inch : 5 in. X 3} in. [ft LVi. si. fol. 79.J 

1 yilAU of ?Jarbonne ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
BMiach : 6 in. y !1^ in. [ft i.vi. bi. fol. ai.] 

3 M 



ISO FBANCE. [LORRAINE AND BAR.) 

A colored plaD of Nismes ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 4 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [^ lvi. sj. fol. n.] 

A colored view of the ancient aqueduct, or " Pont de Garde," 
near Nismes : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [sfe lxvii. 3i. «.] 

A colored plan of Pont St Esprit; drawn about 1650, on 
a scale of 25 toises to an inch : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft 
Lxru. 36. I.] 

A colored plan of Pont St. Esprit; drawn in 1752, on a scale 
of 400 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3| in. [ft lvi, bi. fol. 7a.] 



LORRAINE AND BAR, INCLUDING^ 
METZ, TOUL, AND VERDUN. 



^ colored "plan des villes et fortresse de Bitche"; 
about 1720, on a scale of 27} toises to an inch: 1 f. 6 

1 f. [tt LXVII. GT.] 



A colored plan of Clermont 
scale: 1 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 1 in 



drawn about 16fl0, withont 

[* LXVII. 68.] 



m 



A colored plan of the fortifications of Damvillers; drawn abont 
1650, on a scale of 40 toises to an inch : 1 f. d in. x 1 f. 
4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 73.] 

A colored " plan de Damay en Vauge " ; drawn about 1650, on 
a scale of [42 J toises 7] to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 5 in, [ft 

LXVII. 69.] 

A colored plan of hougwy ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 460 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x Sj in. [ft lvi. bi. fol. 39.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Marsal, with the sur- 
rounding country; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 105 
toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft lxvii. 71,] 

A plan, in outline, of the fortifications of Marsal, with ad- 
ditional outworks; drawn about 1680, without a scale, but 
about 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [ft lxvii. rt,] 

A colored plan of Marsal ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of about 
880 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft lvi. bi. foL m.] 

A colored map of Metz and the surrounding coop* 
about 1650, without a scale, but \^ U 
1 in. X 9 in. [ft lxvii. 58.] 



FBANCE. (LORRAINE AND BAR.) 



451 



A colored plan of the fortifications of Metz, with the adjoining 
country; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 150 toises to an 
inch: 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [* lxvii. 74.] 

A colored plan of the forti6cations of Metz ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of (!0 toises to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 
11,564. art. 7-.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Metz, with the additions 
made by the S^ d'Argencourt ; drawn about 1680, on a scale 
of 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f . 6 in. [S LXVii, 75.] 

A colored " plan de Metz, daua Tetat ou il ^toit en 1727 " ; 
drawn for the Marechal Due de Belleisle, on a scale of 60 
toises to an inch : 2 f. 9 in. x 2 f. [ib lxvii. bj. a. «.] 

A colored plan of Metz, with the adjoining country; drawn 
about 1740, on a scale of 95 toises to an inch: 2 f. x 1 f. 
5 in. [d; lxvii. 76.] 

A colored plan of "Metz avec sea ptojets en 1747"; drawn on 
a scale of 250 toiscB to an inch : 8 in. X 6| in. [* lxvii. 

7B.] 

A colored "plan de Metz avec ses projets" ; drawn about 1750, 
on a scale of 6-2^ toises to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 2 f. [ft 
Lxni. 77.] 

A colored plan of Metz; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 650 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ii Lvi. si. fol. 41.] 

A colored " plan des ville et citadelle de Metz, avec leurs en- 
virons et projets, 1754 .... Ton n'y a pas travallle depuis"; 
drawn for the Marechal Due de Belleisle, on a scale of 90 
toises to an inch : 3 f. 3 in. X 2 f 10 in. I* LXVii. eo. 

..ij 

I A colored "plan de Metz et envtroDs"; drawn about 1760, on 
a scale of 1 10 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft 

LXVII, 79.] 

A colored " plan de I'interieur de k ville de Metz, qui sert i 
faite connoitre, par un lavis bleu, g6neraleinent tons les basti- 
loens royaux, militaires et civils, les dtff^reutes rues, places 
et debouches nouveaux, que Ton y a faits pour le service du 
roy, I'utilite publique, et son embellissemeut, par les ordres et 
les soins de Monseigneur le Mar^chal Due de Belleisle, depuis 
faunae 1727 et 1728 jusqn'a present, 1760"; drawn on a 
of 44 toises to an inch: 3 f. x 2 f. [ft LXVii. no. a. c] 
Tilan is accompanied by a written "Table chrono- 
toutes les pieces de fortifications, bastimenB mili- 
3 M 2 



i 



les soil 



FRANCE. (LORIUINE AND BAR,) 



4S2 

taires et civils, et autre ouvrages, qui oot este fails a Metz 
depuis 1729 jusqu'a 17tf0," under the orders of the Mar6chal 
de Belleisle; with three letters to the Mar6chal from the 
engineer De Rozieres, [Louis Francois Carlet, MarqiuR de 
la Roziere,] dated respectively, Metz, 3 July, 5 July, and 
5 August, 1760 ; and a memoir respecting the value of this 
and the two previous plans, (ho. s. a. and ho. s. c,) which 
were purchased by His Royal Highness [the Dulic of Cum- 
berland t] for fifty guineas. 

A colored plan of Montmedy ; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 
about 65 toises to an inch : I f. x 9 in. [i& Lxvii. a?, i,] 

A colored plan of the forti6cations of Montmedy ; drawn 
about 1660, on a scale of 30 loises to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 
1 f. S in. [A Lsvn. B3.] 

A colored plan of Montmedy; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
776 toises to an inch: 6 in, X 3^ in. [ti? lvi. si. fol. sa.] 

Flan de la Motte en I'estat ou elle estoit pendant son dernier 
si^ge [1645] ; drawn on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 3 f. 
X I f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 7a.] 

A colored "plan de la ville et fort de Moyenvic"; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 50 toises to aa inch : S f> 2 in. x 
I f. 3 in. [di LXVtt. B6.] 

A colored plan of Nancy and the surrounding country ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of two inches to a league : 1 f. 3 in. 
X 1 1 in. [* LXVll. B7.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Nancy; drawo about 
1650, on a scale of 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 £ 6 in. 
IJdd. 11,564. art. lOo.] 

A colored " plan de la citadelle de Nancy^ ; drawn about 1660, 
on a scale of 11 toises to an inch: 3 f. I in. x 1 f. 4 in. 
[A LXVII. 91 

A colored plan of Nancy ; drawn about 1660, without a scale, 
but about 100 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [fb 

LXVII, 88.] 

A colored "plan des ville et citadelle de Nancy" ; drawn about 
1700, on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : I f. 2 in. x 9 in. 
[* LXVII. 89.] 

A colored map of the " Gowemement de Neufchastel " ; drawn 
about 1650, without a scale, but 1 iV league to an inch : 1 f. 
1 in. X 9 in. [« lxvii. 59.] 



FRANCE. (LORRAINE AND BAR.) 453 

A colored plan of the rortificatious of Pont 4 Mousson ; dranii 
about 1650, on a scale of 75 toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 

1 f. [ito LXVII. 94.] 

A colored " plan de la ville de Saar-Louis .... I. von Grii- 
nenberg, Eq. Siles. fecit" j drawn about 1700, on a scale of 
120 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [<ti iavii. 93.} 

A colored plan of " Sarre- Louis" ; drawn about 1720, on a 
scale of 90 toises to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [* 

LXVII. 96.] 

A colored planof "Saar-Lewis;" drawn about 1720, on a scale 
of 68 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. 2 in. [df Lxvii. 
97.] 

A colored plan of Sarlouis ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 500 

toises to an inch : 5 in. X 3^ in. [ft lvi. bi, fol. 45.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Stenay ; drawn about 

1650, on a scale of 2B toises to an inch: 2 f. X 1 f. fi in, 

[Ad4. 11,564. art. 71.] 
A colored plan of Stenay : drawn about 1700, on a scale of 48 

toises to an inch : 2 f . x 1 f. 6 in. [A lxvii. sb.] 
A colored plan of Stenay ; drawn about 1700, on a scale of 65 

toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [A lxvii. 99.] 
A colored map or " description du Gouvemement de Thionville, 

Cont6 de Roussij, Seigneurie de Bodemack, d'Hespranges, 

avec les pays qui y aboutissent" ; drawn about 1 700, without 

a scale : 2 f. X 1 f. 6 in. [& lxvii. s7.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Thionville ; drawn about 

1650, without a scale, but about 25 toises to an inch : 1 f. 

10 in. X I f. 6 in. [A lxvii. ido.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Thionville ; drawn about 

1650, on a scale of 21 toises to an inch: I f. 11 in. x 1 f. 

6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 76.] 

A colored plan of " Diedenhofen," or Thionville ; drawn about 
1680, without a scale, but about 90 toises to an inch : 1 1 in. 
X 8 in. [sfc lxvii. loi.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Thionville ; drawn about 
1 690, on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f, 2 in. 

[ft LXVII. 105.] 

A colored outline plan of Thionville, with schemes for ad- 
ditional fortifications; drawn about 1690, on a scale of 
about 28 toises to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. S in. [fl lxvii. 

lOS.] 



A f iiilwi J f^ rf Ae fcaifa 



to IB mA :*£xlC6m. 




A iiliiilff *e 
X V ia. [tt IXflZ. Ml} 

A o^rad r^ of ife iKd 
OBKW^ of as toMn 

Aiiiliiiiiil>ii»rflfcgfarta 
«■ m Kifc <tf IM MM 

f AMlORdfkBltf tkfi 



ft orToai; Aaiira aboat 1650, 
mtkz 3CliB.Xlll5iit. 






ta about 1690, 
L X 9 in. [tt 



B of TbbI, Witt Ik mmKiad- 
l;<n aealc of C5 tones to an 
■.lL9'm.xlC9m. l^nnLvm,} 

A eoknd pfaa at Tool; &x«b abont 1790, wilbooi s scale, 
bat aboot M toiaeK to an nil: l£.5iB.xl£.3ia. [* 
UfflLHik] 

A colond p^ of Tool ; dnwn in 17Se, o« a scale of about 
970 miatf to an tndi : 5 in. x 3| in. [^ lvi. n. fi>I. 43.] 

A colored b^ of ibe " Govaneniait de Vexdon " ; drawn 
about 1650, wiiboot a scale, bat l^*, leagoe to an inch : 
l£lin.x9icL [0 i^xni. «i.] 

A colored " plan de la rille et dtaddle de Teidan, ^t le 23 
Jtng, 1631 " ; drawn oa a scale of 95 toises to an inch : I f. 
9 IB. X 1 £ 3 in. [ft Lxni. m.] 

A colored ptan of the fortifications of Venhm ; drawn about 
16S0, on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : l£llin.xlt 
5 in. [^<l. 11,564. ait. 75.] 

> A colored " plan de Verdun" ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 
95 toises to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [ft Lira, lit] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of VeTdon; drawn about 
1660, on a settle of 62 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. 

[ft LXTII. 113.] 

A colored plan of Verdon and the sorronnding coantiy ; drawn 
about 1720, on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : i S. x 2 t 
Jft LXVII. lU.] 



FRANCE. ' (LYONOtS. — MAINE.) 455 

A colored plan of Verdun; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 600 
toises to an inch : & in. X 3i in. [* LVi. bi. fol. «,] 

A colored " carte parliculiiire du paisage de Vic, Moyenvic et 
Marsal"; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 200 toises to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [ft txvii. 85.] 

An outline plan of the fortifications of Vic ; drawn about 1650, 
without a scale: 2 f . X I f. 3 in. [ft Lxvii. tie,] 



A colored map of the Lionnois ; drawn temp. Henry IV, ; 7 in. 
X 5 in. [Sloane, 557. fol. 38.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Lyons ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 88^ toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft 
LXVIII. 4.] 

A yiew, in Indian ink, of "the entrance of the cathedral church 
of St. John at Lyons, finished under Lewis XI.": 7 in. X 
5i in. [d) Lxviii. 10. b.] 



A drawing, in pencil, of the figure t?( Hugues d'Ace, chevalier, 
(who died in 1233,) in the abbey of Champagne ; drawn by 
the Hev. Thomas Kerricb : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 

35.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the stone figure of Helie, Comte du 
Maine, (who died in 1109,) in the church of the Abbey de 
la Co&ture, at Mans; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricb: 
I 6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6728. fol. 3i.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the enamelled copper figure of Geofrey 
le Bel, Comte du Maine, (who died in 1150,) in the cathe- 
dral church of S. Julien at Mana ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerricb ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. ii.] 



I'RANCE. (NORMANDY.) 



NORMANDY. 



A colored map of NormaDdj and part of Picardy; drawn 
temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 1^ in. \Cati. Aug. i. ii. 

59.] 

A colored map of Normandy; drawn teinp. Henry IV,: 7 in. 
X 5 in, [Sloane, 557. fol. 43.] 

Flan and elevation of the west front, in pen and ink, of the 
abbey church of St. George at Bocherville ; drawn by the , 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. \_Add. 6755. ff, 

A colored plan of the chateau de Caen ; drawn about 1650, on 
a scale of 26 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [ft 

LXTIIl. 43.] 

A colored plan of Caen : drawn in 1752, on a scale of 540 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [dr Lvi. 8i. fol. iii.] 

A plan, in outline, of the royal palace of Charleval, near 
Fleury, between Paris and Rouen, as designed to he built by 
Charles IX. ; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry III., by Jacques 
And.ouet du Cerceau, on a scale of [11 toises ?] to an inch : 
2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Lvi. er. vol. i. fol. 17.] 

A plan, in outline, of the " court pour le logis du roi," and the 
gardens, as designed for the royal palace of Charleval ; drawn 
on vellum, by J. A. du Cerceau, on the same scale and size, 
[ft LVI. 87. vol. i, fol. 19.] 

A colored plan of Cherbourg ; drawn in 1759, on a scale of j 
450 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3}^ in. [ft LVi. 81. fol. no.] 

A tinted view, in Indian ink, of the monastery of Notre Dame 
de Voeux, at Cherbourg ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 
6 in. {Add. Burrell, 5678. fol. 14.] 

A colored plan of the fortitications of Dieppe ; drawn about i 
1680, on a scale of 45 toises to an inch: 2 f. 3 in. x If. | 

C in, [ft Lsviii. 51,] 

A colored plan of Dieppe; drawn in 1748, on a scale of 95 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ft Lxviii. 5J.] 

A colored plan of Dieppe; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch: 5 in. x 3} in. [ft LVl. Bi. fol. us.] i 



FRANCK. (NOBMiXDV.) 



46T 



A colored "plan du chaslean de Dieppe"; drawn about 1700, 
without a scale, bat 15^ toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. 

[it LXVIII. 53.] 

Colored elevations, plans and sections of the " grande et petite 
jetties de charpeute de Dieppe"; drawn on h scale of six 
feet to an inch ; each 1 f 8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. ; accompanied 
with a written table of measuremements. [A Lxviii. 54. b. c] 

A colored plan of £u and the surrounding country ; drawn 
about 1650, without a scale: 2 f. x I f 3 in. [ft ucviii. 

».] 

A series of seven plans and views of the chateau of Gaillon, 
bnilt by Georges, Cardinal D'Amhoise, in the reign of Louis 
XII., afterwards the residence of the Archbishops of Rouen ; 
drawn on vellum, temp. Henry III., by Jacques Androuet 
dn Cerceau : each 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [* Lvi. e?. vol. ii. 
ff. 50-.W.] 

i. *' Le Flan de Gailloo," containing the chateau and 
gardens. 

ii. " La face du dedans de la place Arsee, au milieu de la- 
quelle est le passage pour aller en haut, tant atix chambres 
qu*a la terrace." 

" Le jardin de Gaillon d'en haut, ou est le pavilion au 
milieu, comme ce dessein le monstre," 

iii. " Le plan entier de Gaillon" ; drawn on a scale of 
300 toises to an inch. 

iv. A bird's-eye view of" L'Hennitage" and " La placo 
Arsee, ou communement le Ray bolt et mange," iu the 
park of Gaiilon. 

V. Elevation of" le devant de la place Arsee, oii sont lc3 
fontaines de Gaillon." 

vi. " La face ousont tes fontaines de la place Arsee, oo 
communement le Roy boit et mange." 

" La fontaine de Gaillon qui est dedans le pavilion du 
jardin d'enhant, laquelle est de marbre-" 

" I^ fonlaine de Gaillon qui est dedans la court du logis, 
laquelle est toute de marbre." 

vii. " La monstre du logis de Gaillon avec les cours et 
jardins," being a general bird's-eye view. 
A colored " plan de Grandville en Normandie"; drawn about 
1660, on a scale of about 32 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 
I 1 f. 3 in. [A Lxviir. 5b.] 
A "plan of the port of Granville"; drawn by Charles Dau- 
vergne ; " this is calculated to no scale, it being only 
sketched from a report of a person who has been upon the 
spot"; I f. X 10 in. [ft ULVni. is.] 

.II. S N 



4S8 FRANCE. (NOBMANDy.) 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of ih 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
6755. ful. 16*.] 

A colored plan of Harfleur ; diawn 
about 47^ toises to an inch ; 2 f. : 

A plan, on vellum, of " Newe Haven, 



id [? ] of "Graville " Church; 
X 4 in. [J 



about 1650, on a scale of 
1 f, 4 in. [* Lxviii. 60.] 

' I. e. Le Havre de Grace; 
F. 1.. 



drawn in the year 1563, and inscribed ^l „'; it is without 



a scale, l^ut about 93 toises to an inch : 
[Cott. Aug. I. ii. 78. a.] 



1 f. iO in. X 1 f. 7 in. 



A plan, on vellum, of " Newe Haven" ; drawn at a period later 
than the preceding, but before 1587 ; without a scale, but 
having the admeasurements added in English feet and 
French toises : 1 f. 2 in. x 8 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. Js. 6.] 

A colored plan of Le Havre de Grace; drawn temp. Elizabeth, 
but before 1587, on the same scale with the preceding, and 
having the admeasurements added iu toises: 1 f. 3 in. 
11 in. [Cott. Aug. 1. ii. iob.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et ciltadelle du Havre de Gra< 
1637" ; drawn on a scale of 50j toises to an inch 
J f. 5 in. [* Lxvin. 6i.] 

A colored plan of Le Havre de Grace; drawn about 1650, on 
a scale of 43^ toises to au inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [A 
LXVIII. 6i.] 

A colored plan of the " citadelle du Havre," built in 1628, 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 21 toises to an inch : 2 f. 
1 f. 5 in. [A LXViii. 64.] 

A colored plan of Le Havre de Grace ; drawn in 1752, on 
scale of 550 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [dt Lvi. fol. 

A colored " plan du nonveau port et de la ville du Havre, avec 
ses aggrandissemens approuves par le Roi le 25 Mai, 1783, 
d'apres les projets dresses par M'. Dubois, inspecteur gene- 
ral des ponts el chauss^es" ; drawn on a scale of 36 toisea to 
an inch : 2 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [dr lxvui. 63.] 

Three "veues du Havre de Grace," viz., from the nortfa-east, 
south-east, and north ; drawn in pen and ink, by I>ory : 1 f. 
5 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [^ Lxviii. 65.] 

A colored plan of Honfleur and the surrounding country ; drawn 
about 1660, on a scale of 21 toises to an inch: 2 f. x I f. 
3 in. [di LXViii. 6'.] 



i4 



I a J 



FRANCE, {NORMANDY.) 4S9 

Sketch of an elevation of the front of the abbey church of Ju- 
rai^ges ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Keirich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6755. fo], 16:!.] 

A colored plan of Cape "La Hogue en basse Nonnandie"; 
drawn about ItiSO, without a ecale: 2 f, x 1 f 4 in. [di 

LXVIII. 66.] 

A colored " plan de la ville de Pont au de mer," distinguishing 
"les ouvrages a faire en 170'2"; drawn on a scale of 9j 
toises to an inch : I f. 6 in. x 1 f. [fi lxvjii. 6b.] 

A colored plan of Pontorson ; drawn on a scale of 31 toises to 
an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. i in. [df Lxviit. 6y.] 

A colored " plan des environs de Quillebeuf ou Bouche de la 
Seine"; drawn about 1650, without a scale: 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[^ LXVIII. 70.] 

A colored plan of the fortificauons of Quillebeuf; drawn on a 
scale of 34 loises to an inch; with profil on a scale of 
seven toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [sb lwiii. 7i.] 

Three plans, in pencil and pen and ink, of the church of Qui- 
villy, near Bouen; drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq., and the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6738. ff. 
114, 1S5. ija. fi.] 

A pl&n or bird's-eye view, in pen and ink, endorsed in the 
handwriting of Lord Burghley, " Piatt of the sege at Ruonn," 
shewing "the Embaasatour's [Sir Henry Union] lodging," 
the camps of the Germans and French, under Henry IV., 
assisted by the English, under the Earl of Essex, and of the 
Leaguers, under the Duke d'Aumale, duriug the siege of 
Rouen, in 1591-2, when it was successfully defended by 
Jean Baptiste [afterwards the Admiral] de Villars Brancas : 
1 f. 5 in. X J f. ICoH. Aug. i. ii. U7.] 

See Sir Henry Wotton's Journal of the Siege in Ms. Harl. 
288. ff. 253. seqq. See also Mb. Cott. Caligula E. viii. arts. 
S4. 60. 54. etc. 

A bird's-eye view, in pen and ink, or "plait of Roan when 
M'. Devereux was slain," shewing the skirmish in which 
Waller, brother of the Earl of Essex, was killed, early in 
1592 : it is endorsed in Lord Burghley's handwriting " Piatt 
of Roan fro Ed. York, wher M'. D.": I f. 4 in. x II in. 
[Colt. Aug. I. ii. 90.] 

Edmund Yorke was sent to Henry IV. in Jan. 1592. See 
his instructions in Ms. Cott. Calig. E. viii. fob 139. 

3 N 2 



460 rBANCE. (norhandv.) 

A colored plan of ihe " stoccado for the river of Roan, Nov^nber, 
1691 " [by Edmund Yorke ? See Lausdowne Ms. 67, arL 4+]: 
1 f. 3 in. X 8 in. ICott. Aug. i. ii. 9i.] 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view of " St Catherin's Fort at 
Roan, Novemb. I5dr: t f. 3 in. x 7 in. [_C(/lt. Aug. i. ii. 

B9.] 

A colored plan of tbe fortifications of Rouen; drawn aboul 
1650, without a scale, but about 60 toisee to an inch : 2 t. 
X 1 f. 5 in. [* Lxvm. ti.] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of the ruins of the castle at 
Rouen ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 67.15. fo!. 160.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in the cathe- 
dral church of Notre Dame at Rouen; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, x 4 in. [Jdd. 6747. fol. nn.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the windows in tb« 
church of St. Antoine at Rouen ; drawn by the Rev. Thonaa 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0747. fol. lod.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in the 

church of Su Herbland at Rouen ; drawn by tbe Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. «.] 
Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of two windows 

in the church of St. Jean at Rouen ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 33. 

M.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of Uie tracery of a window in the 
church of St. Nicholas at Rouen ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 6747. fol. i9.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of two circular windows 
in the church of St. Ouen at Rouen; drawn by the Rev. 
■niomas Kerrich, " from Essex's Mss." : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6743. fol. 90.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window ia the 
churcli of St. Ouen at Rouen j drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. mo.] 

A plan of the battle of St. Etienne, near Arques, Sept. 91, 
1389, in which Heniy IV. defeated the forces of the League 
under the Duke de Mayenne. [Colt. Aug. i. ii. 8&.] 

This plan has been engraved on a smaller scale, with some 
remarks by Sir Henry Ellis, in tlie ArcluBohffia, vol. xxiv. 
p. 298. 



FKANCE. (ORLEANNOia.) 461 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of Than Church ; drawn by 
Uie Rev. ThomaB iCemch : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. 

B. 166, 167.] 

A colored plan of Treport and the surrounding country ; drawn 
about 1650, without a scale : 2 f, x 1 f. 5 in. [* lxviii. 

7«.] 

A colored "carte des grand et petit Vay, du 15 May, 1694"; 
drawn on a scale of 1150 toises to an inch: 9 in. x 7 in. 

[^ LXVIII. 77-.] 



ORLEANNOIS. 

A colored map of the Orleannois : drawn temp. Htnry IV.: 
7 in, X 5 in. ISloane, 557. fol. a*.] 

A plan or bird's-eye view of the meeting of the Tiers Etats of 
France, at Blois, in 1576, under Henry lU. : it is endorsed, 
in the handwriting of Lord Burgliley, "the plall of the place 
of assembly of the French Kyng with the 3 estates" ; partly 
burnt: 1 f. 1 in. X 1 f. [Cott. Cahg. E. vi. fol. 3S9.] 

Slietch, in pen and ink, of the figure of the founder, or of a 
benefactor, of the abbey of Bonnaal in Beauce ; drawn by 
the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 



A tinted sketch of the figure of Philipcs, Comte de Sologne et 
de Clermont, in one of the windows of the church of Notre 
Came at Chartres ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kenich : 
6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6728. fol. d4.] 

A series of plans and views, on vellum, of palaces and 
chateaux in the Orleannois; drawn temp. Henry III., by 
Jacques Androtiet du Cerceau: each 2 f. 6 in. x I f. 8 in., 
viz. : 

Six of the chateau of Anet, built by Henry II. for his mis- 
tress, Diane de Poitiers, Ouchess of Valentinois. Qifr lvi. s;. 
vol. i. ff. JO-*-..] 

i. " Le plan du logis d'Anet, avec le contenu du clos 
dicelluy et parlie de sa commodity " ; drawn on a scale of 
4i toises[.'] to an inch. 

ii. " Desseing du dedans de la chapelle d'Anet, [Uscavoir 
oelle dn dedans du logis. 



\6i PKAMCE. {oRLKAKNOIS.} 

" Le plan de la chapelle d'Anet, asscavoir de celle qai est 
dedans le logis, joignanl la court du co&te dexire ea en- 
trant." 

■ii. " Desseiug du dedans de la cbapelle ou est la se- 
pulture." 

" Le desseing de la sepulture qui est dedans U cha- 
pel le." 

" Le plan de la cbapelle qui est bars le logts ou est 
la sepulture." 

" Le dcvant de la cbapelle ou est la sepulture." 
iv. " Le desseiug de lelevalion du logis d'Anet sur la 
veue du coste, avec sa closlure el pavtie dea pars." 

V, "La fontaiue d'Anet, a laquelle est la Dianne a la 
court senestre pres le jeu de paulrae." 

" La face du logis d'Anet sur la veue de la court." 
" La face du portail d'Anet par le dehors." 
Ti, " Le dessin de lelevation du logis d'Anet sur la veae 
du fifout." 

Two of the chateau of Beauregard, belonging to Mens'. Jean 
Du Thiers, Secretary of Slate and ConaptrolleT of the Finances 
under Henry IL, about tbvee leagues south of Blois. [ft 

LTI. 87. vol. i. ff. 54, 55.] 

i. " Le plan du bastiment avec le contenu" ; drami on a 
scale of 9^ loises [f J to an inch. 

ii. " Elevation tant du bastiment que des jardrins du 
coste de loccidenL" 

" Elevation tant du bastiment que des jardrins de lo- I 

rient." I 

Six of the royal chateau of Blois. [it lvi. 87, vol. i. ff, i 

".] 

i. " Le plan du chasteau de Blois, avec le conlenu de 
tous les jardrins"; drawn on a scale of eight toises^?] lo 
an inch. 

ii. " Le plan du premier estage du cha-steau de Blois"; 
drawn on a scale of 2f toise8[?] to an inch. 

iii. " Le plan du deuxieme eslage du chasteau de 
Blois"; on the same scale. 

iv. " Face dans la court du coste de Septenlrium." 

" Lentree du chasteau de Blois." 
V. " Elevation du chasteau de Blois." 
vi. "Lelevation de tous les bastimeus du chasteau de 
Blois, avec les jardnns." 

Three of the chateau of Bury, about two leagues from 
Blois, built by Florimond Robertet, Baron d'AIIuye, Secretary 
of State under Francis II. [ft lvi. B7. vol. i. ff. se-is.] 



FRANCt:. (PICARDY.) 



463 



i. "Le plan du chasteau de Bury, avec le conteou de 
la basse court et jardrins"; drawn on a scale of four 
toi6es[?] lo an inch. 

ii. " Lelevalion lant du basliment que du coutenu." 

iii. " Lelevation du coiitenu de Bury." 
Two of the royal chateau of Charabourg or Chambort, built 
by Francis I. [S LVi. 87. vol. ii. ii, la.] 

i. " La face du cfaasteau de Chambourg sur la coste de 
Testong." 

ii. " La face du dedans en la court du chasteau de 
Cbambourg, moyeunant la fracture faicte au present pour- 
Iraict de la terrace, comme apparoist en ce desseing et ce 
sur la veue du front." 



PICARDY. 



A colored map of Picardy ; drawn temp. Henry IV. : 7 in. x 
5 in. [Sloane, 557. fol. 65.] 

A colored " carte des principales villeB de la frontiere de Pi- 
cardie et FJandres": drawn on a scale of two leagues to an 
inch : 2 f 3 in. x 1 f. 9 in. ; with a writteu " Discours des 
guays, pouts, et passages des rivieres de la Picardie, et de 
quelques autres parti cularitez necessaires pour Tiutelligence 
de cette presente charte." [it Lxix. g. o.] 

A colored " carle des montagues et vallees qui sont entre la 
source de la Sommc et la riviere d'Oyse, faicte sur la propo- 
sition de construire une ligne ou trenchee pour empescher les 
enemis de courir entre lesdictes rivieres" ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 3^ inches to a league : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [dr 

LXIX. 10.] 

An outline plan of Abbeville ; drawn about 1630, on a scale of 
37 loises to an inch : 2 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [* lxix. m.] 

A colored " plan de la ville d' Abbeville, faict en Tann^e 1636," 
shewing projects for additional fortifications ; drawn on a 
scale of 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ffr 
LXlX. til.] 

An outline tracing of a plan of Abbeville ; drawn about 1680, 
on a scale of 100 toises to an iuch : I f. 6 tn. x 1 f. Sin. 

A colored plan of Abbeville; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
300 toises lo an iuch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [di lvi, si. fol. <.] 



464 FRANCK. (PICARDV ] 

A plan of the harbour of "Ambletus" [Aiiibletuse] ; drawn 
temp. Henry VIII,, "the ynche stondelh for C fote" : 2 f. 
6 in. X 1 f. 10 in. [Cott. Aug. r. i. ,59,] 

A plan of ibe harbour of Ambleluse, shewing a project for a 
triangular fort [inserted at a later time ?] ; drawn bj the 
same hand as the preceding, temp. Henry VIII., "the ynche 
conteyneth ii c fote": 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. S in. [Cott. Aug. 
1. ii. 6!!.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of " Haven Elewe" [Ambleluse], 
with a scheme for a pentagonal fortification ; drawn temp. 
Henry Vill., on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 3 f. x 2 f. 
Sin. [Colt. Aug. I. ii, a.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of " Haven Etue" [Amhle- 
tuse] ; drawn on vellum,, temp. Elizabeth, without a scale, 
but 200 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. 
1. ii. TS.] 

A colored plan of the siege of Amiens [in September, 1597, by 
Henry IV. of France, when he recovered it from the Spaniards, 
who had talten it by stratagem in the preceding March]: 
2 f. 8 in. X I f II in. ICott. Aug. i. ii. as.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Amiens; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 75 toises to an inch : 1 f. II in. x If. 
5 in. [di LXix, n.'] 

A colored " plan de la citadelle d' Amiens" ; drawn about 1 650, 
on a scale of 23 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. \_Harl. 
7027. art. g.] 

A colored plan of Amiens ; drawn about 1700, without a scale, 
but 97i toises to an inch : 1 f 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [A lxix. 

fol, 28.] 

A colored plan of Amiens; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 550 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3J in. [* lvi. si. fol. i.] 

A colored plan of the castle of Ardres; dravra temp. Henry 
VIII. ; at one comer is inscribed, " Jovan Rosset, Italia": 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 74.] 

A colored plan of Ardres; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 88J 
toises to an inch : 2 f, x 1 f. 3 in. [* txix. «9.] 

A colored plan of Ardres, with projects for additional fortifica- 
\ toises to an inch: 



tions; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 2 
1 f. 5 in. [* Lxijc. »).] 



FRANCE. (PICARDY.) Jfi5 

A colored plan of Ardres and the siuTounding country; drawn 

about 1700, on a scale of 47 loises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 

1 f. 3 in. [fi Lxix, 31.] 
A colored plan of Ardres; drawn id 1752, on a scale of 460 

toises to an inch : d in. x 3} in. [^ LVi. 8i. fol. 6.] 
Plan and s1>etch, in pen and ink, of a four-way " bridge six miles 

from Cales, in the road to St. Oincrs, built in the year 17d2, 

called Pont Sanspareil"; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 

4 in. [Aii-d. 6769. p. 834.] 
A colored "plan du fameux pont d'Ardres, 1754"; drawn on 

a scale of 11} toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [A 

LXlX. St.] 

A map, on vellum, of the coast and country between Calais and 
Boulogne, in tilled "Country of Guynes and Boleoois"; "the 
inche contayneth a niyle"; drawn temp. Henry VIII., pro- 
bably in 1544 : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Cotl. Aug. i. ii. 75.] 

A large plan of Boulogne and the country round it, shewing 
the state of the fortifications for its defence by the English 
against the Marechal Oudart du Bies; drawn, therefore, pro- 
bably in August or Sept. 1545: 5 f. x 3 f . 6 in. [Cott. 
Aug. r. Suppl. ;>.] 

A plan of " Boleine, witJi the French fortrcsse and the country 
towards Hardilo"; drawn about 1544; "the inche stondeth 
for V^. fote" : 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [Colt. Aug. i. ii. 77.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of Boulogne and the country round 
it, being another copy, apparently, of the preceding, but 
shewing additional works ; drawn on tlie same scale : 2 f. 
6 in. X 2 f. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 5S.] 

A plan of Boulogne and the adjacent country ; drawn by an 
Italian artist, ieinp. Henry VIII., without a scale, but having 
the admeasurements annexed : 3 f. fJ in. x 2 f. 10 in. [Coil. 
Aug. I. ii. 67.] 

A colored chart of the country round Boulogne; drawn temp. 
Henry VIII., without a scale, but about 500 feet to an inch : 
3 f. X 1 f. U in. {Colt. Aug. I. ii. [.».] 

A bird's-eye view, in pen and ink, of the lower town of Bou- 
logne, with, on the opposite side of the harbour, an irregular 
pentagonal fort, inscribed " vera effigies et proportio cas- 
telli, quern Gallus prope Bononiam exstrux'." ; drawn temp, 
Henry VIII. : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [Cott. Calig. E. i. fol. 56.] 

A plan, on vellum, of the fortifications erected opposite to 
Boulogne, "after two hondrelh feet to the inch"; drawn 

TOL. II. 3" o 



406 FRANCE. (PlCiBDY.) 

temp. Henry VIII.: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [CoH. Aug. I 
Suppl. 6.] 

All the preceding plans of Boulogne appear to relate lo the 
operations before Boulogne in 1544-1546. 

" The tren- conleriaict of the slate of the pcre at this presents in 
the Kynge's Maiesles Haven, at bis tonne of BoIIoyne ; made 
bj the measiir often foot to the iucbe, 1549, Januarii 
being a colored bird's-eye view : 10 f. X 1 f. 1* in. [Ht 
leian Roll, E K. ii.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Boulogne; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 45 toises lo an inch ; 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 
5 in, [4 Lxix. ss, 1.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Boulogne ; drawn about 
1650, without a scale : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Uarl. 7027. 
art. T.] 

A colored " plan du port de la ville haute et basse de Boulogne ; 

fait et mesure par le S'. Marie, iugcnieur du roy, en 1716 

1717"; drawn on a scale of 6-2j toises to an inch : 2 f, 4 

X 1 f. B in. [ft L.XIX. 31.] 
A colored plan of Boulogne; drawn in 1752, on a scale 

620 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [* Lvi. ni, fol. 4.] 

"The platt of the Lowe Cotintrye att Calleys; drawne in 
October, the 37lh yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne Lord 
Kinge Henrje the Eighte, by mec, Thomas Petlyt," colored 
2 f. 9 in. X 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 37. i.] 

A colored chart of Calais and the country round it, as far 
Ardres, Guines and Gravelines; drawn temp. Henry VII] 
4 f. 4 in. X 2 f. 9 in. [Cott. Aug. 1. ii. 71.] 

A plan of part of tlie marchesof Calais, divided into allotnients, 
with the admeasurements on each, and with roads and forts 
raarlicd out, apparently the scheme of a proposed settlement ; 
drawn temp. Henry VIIL: 2 f. 2 ii». x I f. 6 in. [Co«. 
Aug. 1. ii. 6a,] 

See Ms. Harl. 284. art. it, 

A colored plan, or bird's-eye view, of the harbour and road of 
Calais; drawn temp. Henry VIIL, [by the same hand as the 
plan of Dover, in Cott. Aug. i. i. ■i-i^^A. probably by Vincent, 
the King's Painter]: 4 f. 6 in. x 2 f. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 70.] 

A colored plan or bird's-eye view, on vellum, of the harbour, 
castle, and part of the town of Calais ; drawn [by Vinceat?i|| 
temp. Henry VIIL : S f. 10 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. p 
u. 57.] 



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PRANCi:. (PICAllDV.) 



467 



\. colored "caile parliciilitirc du passage de Callais, par laquelle 
est desnionlre lout ce quy petilt eslre iimonde," Kigncd " Ar- 
genconrt, a Calhiis, ce 1*2 Aoust, 1633"; draaii on a scale of 
137 toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 io. x 1 f. S in. [ft LXix. 
37. .,1 

A colored " plan de la Tille et cittadelle de Calais, et de la nou- 
velle fortification," signed " Argencour, a Calais, le 12 Aoust, 
1633," distinguishing the parts then finished; drawn on a 
scale of 32i toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [* 

LXIX. 37,] 

A colored " plan de Calais ct du Foit de Nieulay" ; drawn [in 
Jan. 1689 ?] on a scale of 90 toises to an inch: 1 f. 11 in. X 
I f. 5 in. [ft LXIX. ;]s.] 

A colored tracing of a plan of Calais and the country round it; 
drawn about 1700, on a scale of 6j inches to a league : 2 f. 
1 in. X 2 f. 1 in. [ft LXix. .16.] 

A colored " plan of the town and harbour of Calais, wilh its ad- 
jacent forts, shewing the projected worlis that are intended 
for strengthening of the town and deepening of the harbuur, 
by Joseph Day, Engineer; made at Dunkirk, in June I73I " ; 
drawn on a scale of 90 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 
8 in. [ft LXIX. 39.] 

A colored plan of Calais; drawn iu 1752, on a scale of 460 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x Sj- in. [ft LVi. bi. fol. s.] 

"The plat of Theschaker at Calais," being a large plan, on 
vellum, of the Exchequer, as prepared for the reception of the 
King and Queen [Henry Vlll. and Catherine of Arragon] 
and the King of France [Francis I.]; drawn, therefore, in 
1520 : 4 f. 6 in. X 4 f. 3 in. IColt. Aug. i. Suppl. 7.] 

Colored "plans, profits, et Elevation du Fort Rouge i Calais" ; 
drawn in 1749, on a scale of If toise to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. 
X 1 f. 1 in. [ft LXIX. 41. d.] 

" Elevation de la Porte Roiale do la ville de Callais," signed 
" A'^rgencourt f] ; drawn on a scale of ij inch to a toise : 
1 f, 3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft lxix. *i. 6.] 

A colored plan of the " forti6calion qui se faict devant la Porte 
Royalle de Callais" ; without a scale : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. [ft 
LXIX. 41. a. a.] 

A colored " plan de la porte du havre de Calais, ainsy qu'elle 
est a present, Argencour " ; drawn in 1633, on a scale of 16 
feel to an inch : 1 f. x 7 iu. [ft lxix. 37. a.] 

3 o 2 



FRANCE. (riCAItDY.) 

A colored " plan suivant lequel il faut racommoder la porte Ai 
Jiavre de Calais; Argencour, du 12 Aoust, 1633, a Calais"; 
drawn on a scale of Sg toises to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x llj^ in. 

[ib LXIX. 37. 4,] 

A colored "plan du grant parradis, ainsy qu'il estoit eincienne- 
ment," signed "Argencour"; drawn in 1633, on a scale of 
lOj- toises to an inch : 11 in. x 7j in. [^ Lxix. a?. 5.] 

A colored " plan pour refaire le grand paradis ; la ligne marquee 
de noir est ce quy est faict et celle quy est marquee de jaulne 
est ce quy est a faire"; drawn in 1633, on a scale of lOj 
toises to an inch : 1 1 in, x 7 in. [fi lxix, 37, 6.] 

Colored plan and sections of the " arche pour I'enlree des eaux 
du canal de St. Omer dans Calais"; drawn in 1749, on a 
scale of 1| totse to an inch: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ft 

LXIX. il. /.] 

Colored "plans, profils, et elevations dea jettees de cbarpente, 
des cauaux des porta de Calais et Dunquerke du costfe 
d'Ouest, 1749"; drawn on a scale of 5^ feet to an inch: 
1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. [sfe LXIX. +1. c] 

Colored plan and elevations of part of the jett6e at Calais ; 
drawn in 1749: I f. 4 in. X 1 f. [ifi kcix. 4i. e.] 

A colored plan of La Capelle ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 
33} toises to an inch : 9 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [£ lxix. i^.] 

A colored " plan du Castelel" ; drawn about 1C50, on a scale 
of 32 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft lxix. «.] 

A colored plan and section of the tunnel on the Somme and 
Schelde Canal at Cathelet ; drawn in 1777, on a scale of 22 
toises to an inch, by Johann Liidewig Ilogrewe, Captain of 
Engineers: 11 in. x 3 in. [ft Ms. 46. pi. xi.] 

A colored plan of Corbie in Picardy and the adjacent country ; 
drawn temp. Henry VIII. : G f. x 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. I. 

ii. tti.] 

A view of some French town after a siege [Corbie in 1636 ?] : 
5 f. 4 in. X 9 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. lie.] 



A colored plan of Corbie and the surrounding country ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 95 toises to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 
I f. 3 in. [ft LXIX. n.] 

Plans and views of the royal chateau of Coney or Coussy, buill 
by Enguerrant de Coucy, and enlarged by Francis I, ; drawn 
ti vellum, lemp. Henry 111., by Jacques Androuet du Cer- 



cean: each 2 f, i 



FRANCE. (PICARDY.) 469 

Mn. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft LVi. ar. vol. i. ff. i&- 



i. "Ce dessein est le plan du' second estage de Conssi"; 
drawn on a scale of four toises to an inch, 

" Ceste figiure avec ce lion sont de relief en pierrfes 
au dessus du portail de la grosse tour, pour la mf-moire 
d'un seigneur de Coussi, qui une fois tua nn lion snr la" 
terre de Premontre.'' 

" Ceste figure de lion est de bosse entiere, eslevce et 
assise snr une table de pierre portee par trois figures de 
lions assis, pr<^s I'entree de la grosse tour, on tous les aus 
aucuns du pais sont tenus reodre homage." 
ii, " Le plan du premier estage dc Coussi," \Titli the 
great court ; drawn on a scale of six toises to an inch. 

iii. " La veue de Coussi par le dehors du cosld de 
Folembray." 

" La veue de Coussi de la grande court." 

"La cheminee de la petite salle de Coussi." 

A colored "plan et figure de la ville ct citadelle, vicille et 

neufve, de Doullans, avec ses despendances"; drawn by I. 

B., about 1660, on a scale of 32 toises to an inch ; 2 f. x 

1 f. 6 in. [ft LXix. 56.] 

A colored plan of Dourlens ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft LVt. 81. fol. 7.] 

A colored "plan de La Fore, comme elle est a present, 1674"; 
drawn on a scale of 22 toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
7 in. IHarl. 7027. art. i.] 

A plan and bird's-eye view of the royal chateau of Folembray ; 
drawn on velluoi, temp. Henry III., by Jacques Audrouet du 
Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft lvi. st. vol. ii. ff. 

81, M-l 

i, " Ce chasteau de Folembray, aultrement diet le Pa- 
vilion, basti par le roy Francois, premier de ce nom, a demie 
lieuB de Coussi "j drawn on a scale of four toises to an 
inch. 

ii. " Dessein du chasteau de Folembray, par lequel se 
void ce quy fust bmsle par les Hanviers [Hongrois] en I'an 
mil cinq cens . . . . et ce qui est reste debout." 
A colored plan of "the towne and castle of Guynes"j drawn 
temp. Henry VIII. : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [Colt. Aug. i. 
ii. S3.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of the town and castle of 
Guinee; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 3 f. 8 in. X 2 f. 8 in. 
[Cott. Aug. 1. ii. 52.] 



470 FRANCE. (PICARDY.) 

A plan of the castle of Guines, with proposed additional fort 
fications; drawn temp, Henry VIII.: 5 f. x 4 f. 6 in. 
[Coll. Aug. I. Supfil. a.] 

Aview of the keep and part of the walls of the castle of Guiues, 
facing the town ; draivn about 1550 : 2 £ 2 in. x 1 f- 3 in. 
- [Cott. Aug. I. ii. IS.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Guise ; drawn about 1650, 
on a Bcale of 24 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [dr 

LXIX. 46.] 

A colored plajiof "lesvilleset chasteaude Guise en Picardie"; 

drawn about 1670, on a scale of 2S toises to an inch : 2 f. 

1 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [Harl. 7027. art. s.] 
A colored plan of Guise; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 230 

toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3j in. [ffl lvi. 81. fol. ii,] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Ham, with the surround- 
ing country ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 80 toises to an 
inch: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. S in. [^ LXix, 47.] 

A colored plan of Ham ; drawn by ... . L'Huillier in 1742, 
on a scale of 75 toises to an inch ; with a view of Ham, and 
an elevation, section, and three plans at different stages, of 
die tower, built by the Constable St. Fol, in the castle of 
Ham, about the year 1470: 1 f. 5 in. x 11 in. [fi LXix. 

«■] 

A colored plan of Ham ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch ; 5 in. X 3^ in. [ib lvi. si. fol. 9.] 

A plan, on vellnm, of the fortifications of Montreuilj drawn 
temp. Henry VIII.: 4 f. 4 in. x 3 f. 4 in. [Cott. Aug. i. 
Suppl. It.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Monlreuil; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 48 toises to an inch : 1 f. 1 1 in. x I f. 
5 in. tdi LXIX. «.] 

A colored plan of Montreuil ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 500 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x S^ in. [^ lvi. bi. fol. 3.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Peronne ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 70 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. 

[lb LXIX. 50.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Peronne ; drawn about 
1720, on a scale of 210 toises to an inch: 6^ in. x 5^ in. 

[A LXIX. 51.] 

A colored plan of Peronne; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 460 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [& lvi. qi. fol. 8.] 



(PICARDY.) 



471 



A colored plan of Uie forlifications of Rue ; drawn about 1650, 
on a scale of 47 toises to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ib 

LXIX. 51,] 

A colored plan of the foiliCcatioDS of St. Quentin ; drawn 
about 1G50, on a scale of 110 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 
1 f . 5 in. [® LXIX. .-is.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of St. Quentin ; drawn 

about 1670, on a scale of 60 toises to an inch: 1 f. 7 in. X 

1 f. 1 in. {Harl. 7027. art. s:i.] 
A colored plan of the forlifications of St. Quentin ; drawn 

about 1680, without a scale, but about 110 toises to an inch: 

1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [^ LXIX. 53.] 

A colored plan of St. Quentin; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
600 toises to an inch : 5 in. x SJ in. [ft lti. bi. fol. lo.] 

Nine views and plans of the chateau de Vemeuil, whilst be- 
longing to the Dukes de Nemours, of the house of Savoy; it 
was afterwards given hy Henry IV. to Henriette d'Entragues, 
whom he created Marquise de Vemeuil ; drawn temp. Henry 
III., by Jac<]ues Androuet du Cerceau: each 2 f. 6 in. x 

1 f. 8 in. [ib LVI. ET. vol. ii. fi". 39-4T.] 

i, " Cecy est le plan du chasteau de Verneuil, avec le 
circuit des jardins, allees, galleries, canaux, que la veue 
des pars" ; drawn on a scale of 8| toises to an inch." 

ii. "Plan du chasteau neuf de Vemeil prfis Senlis"; 
drawn on a scale of 2^ toises to an inch. 

iii. " Ce portrait est pour monstrer I'elcvation tant du 
chasteau neuf que le veil de Vemeuil pres Senlis, avec les 
jardinages et autres lieux." 

iv. " Face de la Gallerie, dans la court de chasteau de 
Vemeuil." 

V, " Face du devant du chasteau de Vemeuil, en laqaelJe 
est la principalle entree." 

. vi, " Face du costo de la court, ou est I'entree du dit 
chateau de Verneuil." 

vii. " Les six figures de la monarchie des Assiriens, qui 
Gont mis en la gallerie du chasteau de Vemeuil." 

viii, ix. " Quatre chemineea du chasteau de Vemeuil." 
Four plans and views of the royal palace of Villiers-Costeretz, 
as enlarged and altered by Francis I. ; drawn on vellum, temp. 
Henry III., by Jacques Androuet du Cerceau : each 2 f. 6 in, 
X 1 f. 8 in. [Sfr LVI. 67. vol. i. ff. I3-16.] 

i. " Le plan taut du logis, jardins, le pare, que de tout 
le contenu do Villiers Costerez"; drawn on a scale of 19 



toises to an 



inch. 



! FRANCE, {POITOU, — PEOVENCE.) 

ii. " Le plan de tont Je bastioieDt de Villiera Costerez 
du premier estage"; drawn on a scale of 2 J toises to an 
inch. 

iii. " Desseing de lelevadon du chasteau de Villiers Co- 
teretz, avec ses jardrins." 

iv. " Plan et desseing de la cliappelle qui est an pare 
de Villiers Costerez." 



Two colored plans of the fortificationa of Chaume ; drawn on a 
scale of 14 toises to an inch : I f. 4 in. X 1 f. I in. [tf; 

LXIX, 63.] 

A colored plan of " partie de la Baye de Boumeuf," in the Isle 
de Noirmoutier; drawn in 1748, on a scale of 750 toises to 
an inch ; 1 f. 4 in. x If. [^ Lxix. 6i. 6.] 

" Plan et profits en grand des retranchements, batteries, et corps 
de gardes fails sur les costes de risle de Noirmoutier, en 1748"; 
the plans on a scale of 45 toises to an inch, the profils 12 
toises to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x If. 10 in. [lb lxix. ci. a.] 



PROVENCE. 



A colored map of Provence ; drawn temp. Henry IV. : 7 in. x 
5 in. [^Sloane, 557. fol. 30.] 

A colored map of the coast of Provence ; drawn about 1700, on 
a scale of | inch to a league : 3 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [^ lxix 
75.] 

A colored map of the " cours du Rhone a deux pettites lieues 
audessus d' Avignon " ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 13 
toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft lvi. as.] 

A colored map of the mouths of the Rhone, shewing schemes 
for a proposed canal and dykes; drawn about 1700, on a 
scale of 376 toises to an inch : 2 f. 1 in, x 1 f. 4 in. [ft 

LVI. 70.] 

A colored " carte de la cote de Provence, depuis I'embouchure 
du Rhone jusque au port de Ville France," with a " new of 



FRiNCE. (PROVENCE.) 478 

Faron Hill, &c., shewing the plan of attack Oct. 1, 1793"; 

drawn on a scale of one Italian marine league [25 to a degree] 
to an inch : 4 f. 2 in. x 2 f. [sfe Ulix. 76.] 

A chart of the " cosies de Provence et Italic depuis Marceille 
jusques a Ligorae, 1685 " ; drawn on a scale of 12 miles (75 
to a degiee) to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [* Mari- 
time, V. -4.] 

" A large draught of the bay of Hieres and the harbour of Tou- 

i Ion," with the adjacent coast and islands of Porquerolles, 

I Portecros, Levant, etc.; the soundings arc marked; drawn 

I about 1750, on a scale of 2^ inches to a league : 3 f. 8 in. x 

1 f. 6 in. [® Marilime, V. jr.] 

" D Lin on strati on s des Portz et Monillages depuis la Ciotad 
jusques a St. Tropes; T. Moullon fecit;" including Toulon 
and the islands of Porquerolles, Portecros, Levant, etc. ; 
drawn about 1700, on a scale of 1^ inch to a mile : 3 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f, 6 in. [ft Maritime, v. i5,] 

*' Les plans, profils et devis de Testat des fortresses maritimee 
de Provence, par F. Blondel, mar^chal do bataille aux 
armies du roy, et Ingtnieur ordinaire de la Marine, 1651," 
dedicated to Q Henri Augusta de Lomeniej Comte de Brienno 
[Secretary of State under Louis XIV.,] by whom the author 
was employed on the fortifications of Toulon. The plans 
are described in their respective places ; on the binding are 
the arms of the Count, viz., quarterly of De Foix and Luxem- 
bourg, with an inescutcheon of Loraenie. \_Harl. 4421.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Antibes, with the sur- 
', lounding country ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 60 toises 



I 



rFlan et profil de la ville, citadelle, port et fort d'Antibes"; 
drawn in 1651, by F, Blondel, on a scale of 47 toises to an 
inch: each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. {Harl. 4421. arts, ai, 29.] 

L. colored plan of the fortifications of Antibes, with projected 
I additions ; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 45 toises to an 
I inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [d; tjcx. s.] 

colored "plan de la ville et du port Antibes siir la mer 
Mediterranee du Comte de Provence"; drawn about 1700, 
thout a scale, but 45 toises to an inch : 1 f 11 in. x If. 
i in. [(fr LXX. 3.] 

\. colored plan of Antibes ; drawn in 1753, on a scale of 550 
fls to an inch : 5 in. x 3} in. [fb t-vi. si. fol. 7o.] 



474 PRANCE. (PROVENCE.) 

A colored plan of Ihe fortifications of Aries ; drawn about 
lfi50, wilhout a scale: 2 f. 6 in. x I f. 6 in. [lb lxx. ■*.] 

"Plan et profil de la tour et forteresse deBouc"; drawn in 1651, 
hy F. Blondel, on a scale of 12 toisea to an inch; each I f. 
8 in. X I f. 3 in. [Harl. ^421. aria, i, a.] 

A colored plan and profils of the fortress of Bouc ; drawn about 
16(iO,on a scale of eigtittoises to an inch : 1 f. 4 iu. x 11 in. 
[di LXX. 6. b.] 

Bouc. See also Jonqoieres. 

" Plan et profil de la fortreasc de Brigan<;on "; drawn in lfi5!, 
by F. Blondel, on a scale of 1 1 toises to an inch : each 1 f. j 

8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arts, s, lo.] 

A colored plan or bird'a-eye view of the fort of " Breganat 
drawn about 1600 : 1 f. 4 in. x U in. [ft lxx. st.] 

A " plan de la Baye de la Ciotta, de son port el ville et touttes 
les diSeranlea prorondeur qui ce Ireuve dana toute la dilte 
baye marquets par brass de cinq piedz, 1695" ; drawn on a 
scale of 250 toises to an inch : I f. 6 in, x 1 f. 2 in. [^ 
Mnrilime, v, ae.] i 

A tinted plan of the Port de la Ciotat ; drawn about 1660 : 1 f. " 

9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [ife LXX. 7.j 

A colored plan of the fortifications of La Croisette ; drawn 
about 1650, on a scale of 6f loiaes to an inch : 2 f. I in. x 
1 f. 5 in. [A LXX. 8.] 

A colored plan of Entrevanx; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
175 loisea to an inch ; 5 in. x 34 in, [* Lvi. ai. fol. ea.] 

A colored plan of Frejua and the surrounding countiy; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 1 f. 
5 in. X 1 f. [* LXX. 9.] 

" Plan et profil de la ville et port de Frgjua" ; drawD in 1951, 
by F. Blondel, on a scale of 31 toises to an inch : each 1 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arts, is, t*.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Fr^jus ; drawn about 
1660, on a scale of 30 toises to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 3 in. [<tl 
LXX. 10.] 

A colored map or description des ports du Gay et du Teoule 
sur les costes dc Provence" ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 

10 inches to a league: 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. iHarL 7027. art. 




FRANCE. (PROVENCE.) 475 

colored plan of ihe Isle St. Honorat, and the Isle St. Mar- 
guerite, with llie forts upon them ; drawn about 16S0 : 1 f. 
1 1 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [^ lxx, 58.] 

A colored plan of the Fort St. Honorat ; drawn about 1650, on 
a scale of 22 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f 4 in. [* lxx. 6i,] 

"Plan et profd de la tour et fortification de Tlsle St. Honorat"; 
drawn in 1651, by F. Blondel, on a scale of 16 toises to an 
inch : each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arts. i9, so.] 

A colored plan of the " Plage d'Yeres" [Hy^rea] and the ad- 
joining country, with a plan and section of the "Tour de 
Gapeau" ; drawn about 1650 : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [A Lxx> 
».] 

Colored plans of the forts Chateau d'lf, Pom6gue, and Raton- 
neau ; drawn about 1680 : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [0 lxx. 

M.] 

" Plan et proSl de I'isle, mole, foTtereBse, et donjon du chateau 
d'lf"; drawn in 1651, by F. Blondel, on a scale of 22 toises 
to an inch : each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arts. 

»,<■] 

A colored plan of the chateau d'lf; drawn about 1680: 1 f. 
1 m. X 8 in. [dl lxx. 61.] 

A colored " plan du passage de Bouc aux Martigues," or " La 
Mer de Berre," witli Jonqui^resand the surrounding country; 
drawn about 1660 : 1 f. 4 in. x 10^ in. [* lxx. 6. a.] 

A colored plan of the "Environs de Jonquieres," with the 
" Tour de Bouc," and the country up to Berre ; drawn about 
1700 : 1 f. 5 in. x I f. I in. [* lxx. i.i.] 

A colored "plan du fort projelte de faire sur la hauteur de la 
Malgue," near Toulon ..." premiere feuille du projet gene- 
ral envoye en 1764"; drawn on a scale of nine toises to an 
inch : 3 f. 4 in. X I f. 2 in. [A lxx. is.j 

A colored plan of the Isle St. Marguerite and the Isle St. 
Honorat, with the forts upon them; drawn about 1680; 
1 f. 1 1 in X 1 f. 5 in. [* lxx. m.] 

A colored plan of the isles St. Marguerite and St Honorat: 
drawn in 1752, on a scale of 6000 toises to an inch: 5 in. x 
Sj in. [ib LVi. 81. fol. 71.] 

" Plan et profil de la forteresse de ITsle St Marguerite ainsi 
qu'elle est a present" ; drawn in 1651, by F. Blondel, on a 
scale of 16 toises to an inch: 1 f. 8 in, x 1 f, 3 in. [Harl, 
4421, arts, la, i6.] 



476 



(frovenck.) 



"Plan et profil de la forteresae de Tlsle Su Marguerite ainsi 
qu'elle devro'it estre"; drawn iu J651,byF. Blundel, on a 
scale of 16 toises to an inch : each 1 f. 8 in. x I f. 3 in. 
IHarl. 4i2i. arts, it, ib.] 

A colored plan of the Fort S"'. Marguerite; drawn about 1700, 
on a scale of 26 toises to an inch : I f. 2 m. x \ t 5'w. [A 

LXX. 6«.J 

A colored plan of the " citadelle et port de Marseille" ; drawTi 
about 1680, on a scale of 16 toises to an inch : 3 f. 3 in. x 
1 f. 6 in. [* Lxx. 17.] 

A colored plan of the citadel and port of Marseilles ; drawn hy 
an Italian hand about 1680, on a scale of 30 toises to an 
inch : 2 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [{fe lxx. la. i.] 

A colored outline chart of the harbour of Marseilles; drawn 
about 1680, on a scale of 48 toises to an inch: 1 f. 9 in. x 
1 f. 3 in. [ft utx. IS. «.] 

An outline plan of the inner harbour of Marseilles, with the 
citadel and Fort St. Jean ; drawn about 1680, without a scale, 
but about 65 toises to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 
LXX. 19.] 

A plan or bird'»-eye view of the harbour and citadel of Mar- 
seilles ; drawn about 1680 : S f. 3 in. X I f. 6 in. [ft lsx. 
fi.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of " Marseille Ancien," with 
the adjoining countiy; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 45 
toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft lxx. i4. i.] 

A view of Marseilles, from the suburb side or southerly ; drawn 
by E. Dummer, in 1685 : 2 f. 3 in. x 9j in. [ft Ms. 40. 
fol. 60.] 

" The buildings of the docks and storehouses for the gallies be- 
longing to the French king, at Marselles, and other adjacent 
buildings of the town and suburbs, viewed from the harbour," 
with plans of the buildings, on a scale of 75 feet to an inch ; 
drawn by E. Dummer, in 1685: 2 f. 3 in. X 8J in. [ft Ms. 
40. fol. 6J.] 

A colored plan of the harbour of Marseilles ; drawn about 1690, 
by Capt. John Kempthome : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Jdd. 3665. 
16.1 

An outline chart of the Gulf of Marseilles and the adjoining 
coasts; drawn in 1695: 2 f. x 1 f. 5 iu. [ft lxx. i4. *.] 



FRANCE. {I'BOVENCE.) 



477 



Anout]ine"plaii de la citadelle liu Fort St. Jean, etdel'entr^edu 
porl de Marseille"; drawn about 1700, without a scale, but 
about 50 toises to ao inch : '2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. S in. [d) lx:^. eo.] 

A colored plan of Marseilles ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 700 
toises to an inch ; 5 in. x 3^ in. [A Lvi. bi. fol. 7i.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Ourgon ; drawn about 
1650, ou a scale of 18 toises to an inch : I f. 5 in, x 10 in. 
[* LXX. ss.] 

A colored map of the Isle de Porquerolles," with plans and 
sections of the " Tour de Porquerol," and the " Tour de I'Ali- 
castre"; drawn about 1090: 1 f, 4 in. x 1 f. [dr Lxx. 64.] 

A plan of the " Isle de Portecros" ; drawn about 1C60, on a 
scale of 1'20 toises to an inch ; with, on the reverse, plans 
and sections of the " chasteau de Portecros," the " tour da 
Port Mail," the " tour et fausse hraye de I'eminauce de Porte- 
cros," and the " tour et fausse braye de Stissac " : 1 f. 10 in. 
X I f. 5 in. [A L\x. .^6.] 

A colored " vene du chateau de Portecros, prise du milieu du 
port, 1683 " : 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. [ft lxx. 56.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Sisteroii, with the adjoin- 
ing country; drawn in 1650, on a scale of 24 toises to an 
inch : 2 f 1 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [ft lxx. -a.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of " Cisteron," with the ad- 
joining country ; drawn about 1650, on a scale of 16 toises to 
an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. S in. [ft lxx. 33.] 
, A colored plan of Sisteron ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 260 
toises to an inch: 5 in. x S^ in. [ft lvi. hi, fol. 6?.] 

A colored map of the " environs de Toulon," and the adjoining 

coast; drawn about 1650 : 2 f. 2 in. x I f. 2 in. [ft ucx. as.] 
I A colored "plan de Thoulon"; drawn about 1650, on a scale 

of 70 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. On the reverse are a 

plan and view of the " tour du port de Toulon, ayant 120 

toises de roud." [ft lxx. 40.] 
A rudely executed plan, in pen and ink, of the harbour and 

road of Toulon ; drawn on a scale of 2^ inches to a mile : 

2 f. X 1 f. 4 in. [ft LXX. S9.] 
I A rough sketch, in pen and ink, of the town of Toulon ; drawn 

about 1650 : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft lxx. 41.] 
A colored plan of the fortifications of Toulon; drawn about 

1650, on a scale of 32 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f, 5 in. 

[ft L.\X. il.] 



478 FRANCE. (FKOVENCB.) 

" Plan et profil de la ville et port de Toulon " ; drawn i: 

by F. Blondel, on a scale of 47 loises to an inch : each 1 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arU. 5, 6.] 

** Plan et profil de la ville et port de Toulon, ainsi qu'il deiToit 
estre"; drawn in 1651, by F. Blondel.on a scale of 47 toises 
to an inch: each 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ffarl. 4421. arts._ 

7,8.J 

A colored plan of the forUfications and harbour of Touloaj 
drawn about 1660, without a scale, but about 70 toises Lo a 
inch : 1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. [Harl. 5027. art. 6o.] 

A colored plan of the " Rade de Toulon," with the adjoinin 
country ; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 225 toises to ■ 
inch : 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [* Lxi. te.] 

A colored " plan du gonlfe de Thoulon"; drawn about ll 
on a ecale of 225 toises to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 5 in. 

LXX. »6.] 

A colored " plan de la Rade de Toulon," with the soundings ~ 
marked ; drawn about 1680, on a scale of 4^ inches lo a 
French league : 2 f, x 1 f. 4 in. [* Lxx. sa.] 

A colored view of " Tholon, from the mountaine about J of a 
mile from the town, northerly" ; drawn by Edward Dummer, 
in 1685 : 2 f. 3 in. X 10^^ in. [* Ms. 40. fol. 58. A.] 

A colored view of " Tholon," from the east ; drawn by E. Dm 
mer, in 1685 : 2 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [A Ms. 40. fol. 58. a.] 

" The perspective of the bason (in which the ships lye) at 
Tholon" ; drawn by E. Dummer, in 1 685 : 2 f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[* Ms. 40. fol. 60.] 

Three colored views of Toulon [drawn by Edward 
1685 f] ; viz. : 

i. " From the mountaine abont } of a mile from ihe 
lowne [north]," 

ii. " As Tholon appeares when yon are ^ of a mile east- 
ward from the towne." 

iii. " The figure of the bason before the towne, a h 
elevated " : each 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ft lxx. 47. a.] 

An outline " carte des rades et ports de Toulon, avec le jAai 
de la ville " ; drawn about 1690, without a scale : 2 f. 6 in. x 

1 f. 10 in. [ft LXX. 35.] 

A colored "plan de la ville de Toulon"; drawn in 1699, by 
Charle Maurice Peronne. on a scale of 60 toises to an inch : 

2 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [ft lxx. 45.] 



FRANCE. (PROVENCE.) 



479 



A colored plan of ihe " rade et porle de la ville ile Toulon," 
shewing the batteries erected for the defence of the road; 
drawn about 1700, on a scale of three inches to a league: 
3 f. 3 in. X 2 f. 3 in. [ib Lxx. 30.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et des rades de Toulon"; drawn 
about 1710, on a scale of 330 toises to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 
U in. [ft Lxx. 33.] 

A colored " plan de Toulon" ; drawn about 1710, on a scale of 
fi7i toises to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 ia. [ifr Lxx. 44.] 

An outline plan of the harbour of Toulon, with the soundinge; 
drawn about 1720, on a scale of IS inches to a league: 2 f. 
2 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [ft lxx. 34.] 

A colored " plan de la ville et rade de Toulon" ; drawn about 
1720, on a scale of 200 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x I f. 
7 in. [ft LXX. 31.] 

A colored plan of Toulon ; drawn about 1730, without a scale, 
but about 35 toises to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 2 f. [ft lxx. 

A colored plan of Toulon ; drawn about 1730, on a scale of 70 
toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 1 in. [ft lxx. 45. 3.] 



A colored plan of Toulon; drawn in 1752, 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft LVi. 1 



a scale of 450 
. fol. 73.] 



A colored "plan of the town, harbours, and bays of Toulon, 
from an actual survey, taken on the spot by the French," 
with the soundings ; drawn by Francis jf^gidius Assiotti, and 
dedicated by him to King George II. [?], on a scale of 212 
toises to an inch; 1 f. 10 in. X I f. 6 in. [ft lxx. 37. 3.] 

A " sketch of the town and harbour of Toulon, with the adjacent 
coast and country to the westward, as far as Cassis, in which 
an attempt is made to shew the posts that ought to be pre- 
viously occupied by an anny and a fleet, whose object might 
be the siege of that place " ; being a highly finished drawing, 
on a scale of ^ inch to a mile, made by Major Hugh Deb- 
bieg, of the Engineers, in 1765 : 2 f . 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 
Ms. 41.fol. S5.] 

Another copy of the preceding; drawn on the same scale: 2 f. 
3 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft Lxx. 37. 3.] 

A colored " carte des rades et des environs de la ville de Tou- 
lon" ; drawn about 1790, on a scale of 140 toises to an inch: 
3 f. X 2 f. 4 in. [ft lxx. 39.] 




FRANCE. (QUERCY. — BOITSSILLOS.} 

I colored " plan of the city and environs of Toulon, as occu- 

' pied by the allied forces from l!ie 28lli of August to the 19th 

of December, 1793"; drawn on a scale of 1200 feet to an 

inch, " Paris measure'" : 3 f. 2 in. x 2 f 1 in. [ffl Lxx. jb.] 

I " Plan el prolil de la ville, port, et citadelle de Tropes " ; drawn 
in 1631, by F. Blondel, on a scale of 20 toises to an inch : 
each 1 f 8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Harl. 4421. arts, u, i?.] 

A colored plan of " St. Tropez et le Golfe de Grimaud" 
about 1660 : I f. 5 in. X 1 1^ in. [£ Lxx. 49.] 

A colored plan of St, Tropez ; drawn about 1660, on a scale of 
SO toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [4 Lxx. 51.] 

A colored plan of St. Tropez ; drawn about 16B0, on a scale 
of 50 toises to an inch : 2 f. X 1 f. 4 in. [A LXx. 5!.] 

A colored plan of St. Tropez ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
400 toises to an inch : 5 in. X S^ in. [A LVt. 8i, fol. 7s.] 



QUERCY. 

A colored " plan de Montanban et de ses forliUcatio 

drawn on a scale of 45 toises to an inch: 3 f. x 2 f. [* 

LXni. 43.] 

A colored plan of Montanban ; drawn about 1700, on a scale 
of 90 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft lxiii. 



ROUSSILLON. 

A colored " carte particuliere de la Comt^ de Rossillon et de la 
valine de Conflens, par Cavalier, Ing. du Roy, 1635" ; drawn 
on a scale of 1| inch to a league : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 6 iu. [<b 

LXX. 70.] 

A colored " carte particuliere de la fronti^re de Langiiedoe et de 
la Cont6 de RoussiUon"; drawn [by Cavalier?] about 1040, 
on a scale of 2| inches to a league : 1 f, 10 in. x 1 f. 5 tu. 

[* LXX. 74.] 

A colored plan of Bellegarde; drawn about 1720, on a scale of J 
86 toises to an inch : 10 in. x 7 in. [dr lxx. 73.] 



FRANCE. (ROUSSILLON.) 481 

A colored plan of Bellegarde ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 84 
toises to an inch : 6^ in. x 5 in. [d? Lxxv. 7o. fol. 58.] 

A colored plan of the fort de Bellegarde ; drawn in 1752, on 
a scale of 160 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ib lvi. 8i. 
fol. 86.] 

'^ Plan de la ville et chasteau de Collioure assi^gez par Tarmee 
da roy, commandee par Monsieur le Mareschal de la Melle- 
raye,** 15 Mar. 1642 : a large copper-plate engraving, after 
Beaulieii : 3 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 9 in. i with a printed description. 
[Harl. 7027. t9.] 

A colored plan of Colioure ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 500 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ib lvi. 81. fol. 85.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Elne; drawn about 1650, 
without a scale : 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. [ib lxx. 77.] 

A colored plan of Mont Louis ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
520 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ib lvi. 81. fol. 88.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of " le chasteau et montagne d'Opoulx" ; 
drawn about 1650, on a scale of 31 toises to an inch: 2 f . x 
1 f . 5 in. [ib LXX. 78.] 

A plan of Perpignan, a rude draught drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 
1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 47.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Perpignan ; drawn about 
1650, on a scale of 41 toises to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[* LXX. 79.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Perpignan ; drawn about 
1660, without a scale, but about 34 toises to an inch : 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ib lxx. so.] 

A colored plan of the citadel of Perpignan ; drawn about 1690, 
on a scale of 25 toises to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [ib lxx. 

82.] 

A colored plan of Perpignan ; drawn about 1700, without a 
scale, but about 68 toises to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[ib LXX. 81.] 

A colored ^'plan en grand de la citadelle de Perpignan, et d'une 
partie de la ville, 1715"; drawn by M. Joblot, on a scale 
of 24 toises to an inch : 2 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [ib Lxx. 83.] 

m 

A colored plan of Perpignan ; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 400 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3|- in. [ib lvi. 81. ibl. 84.] 

A colored bird's-eye view of " Salse " ; drawn about 1640, on a 

scale of 17 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [tf? lxx. 85.] 
vol. ii. 3 q 



482 FRANCE. (SAINTONGB AND ANCOUMOIS. — TOCRAIfJE.) 

A colored drawing, representing the castle of Salce, abou" 
four leagues N.N.E. of Perpignan, before and after a 
siege, [probably taken in 1640, after the two sieges of July 
and Sept. 1639, the first by the Prince of Cond6, the second 
by the Spaniards,] onrellum: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Cott. 
Aug. 1. ii. 79,] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of Salces ; drawn about 16S0, 
without a scale; 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft Lxx. 8i.] 

A colored plan of Salces; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 100 
toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3^ in. [(& Lvi, bi. fol. 83.] 

An outline " plan du port do Vendre, en 1C98, par les Ingenieurs 
du dit Port " ; drawn on a scale of 54 toises to an inch : 1 f. 
10 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [A lxx. 87.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications of " Villefranche dc Cer- 
dagne"; drawn about 1650, ona scale of 21 toises to an inch: 
2 f. X 1 f. 3 in. [* LXX. 50.] 

A colored "plan du chasteau de Villefranche, 1740," with pro- 
posed additions ; drawn on a scale of 3| toises to an inch : 
I f. 10 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* lxx. 9i.] 

A colored plan of Villefranche; drawn in 1752, on a scale of 
350 toises to an inch : 5 in. x 3J in. [ib tvi. ai. fol. ar.] 



SAINTONGE AND ANGOUMOIS. 

A colored plan of Angouleme ; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 
46 toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [& lxx. 53.] 

A colored plan of "Brouages, selon son dernier projet"; drawn 
about 1700, on a scale of 26 toises to an inch: 2 f. 3 in. x 1£ 
[A tax. 91.] 



TOURAINE. 

A series of plans and views, on vellum, of the royat chateaux 
in Touraine ; drawn temp. Henry III., by Jacques Androuet 
du Cerceau : each 2 f 6 in. x 1 f. 8 in. ; viz. : 

Four of the royal chateau of Amboise. [^ LVl. ar. toI. i. 
ff. T-IO.] 



. " he plan du chasteau d'Amboise, ainsi qu^il avoit este 
• arrests de faire." 

ii. " Le plan du chasteau d'Amboise, comme il est de 
present." 

iii. " L'esleTation du chasteau d'Aniboise du coste de la 
ville." 

iv. " L'eslevation du chasteau d'Amboise du cost6 de la 
riviere." 

Five of the rojal chateau of Chenonccau, as enlarged by 
Catherine de' Medici, [fi Lvi. ar. vol. i. ff. 3i-35.] 

i. " Desseing du plan du contcnu de Cheuonceau, ainsi 
qu'il est de present avec I'augmentation des deux jardrins, 
qui ont eslfi advise bon de faire." 

ii. " Desseiug du bastiment de Chcnoaceau, selon qu'il 
est pour le jourd'huy." 

iii. " Desseing <le la montee de tout le contenu de Che- 
nonccau, comnie il est de present, avec raugmeQta,tion des 
deux jardrins d^Iiberez." 

iv. " Desseing de lelevation du bastiment de Chenon- 
ccau du coste daval la riviere." 

"Desseing de lelevation du bastiment de Chenon- 
ccau du coste dament la riviere." 

V. "Desseing de Chenonceau, avec les augmentations 
des bastimens que la royne avoit deliber^ de faire." 

A colored plan of Tours j drawn about 1680, on a scale of 70 
toises to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 2 in. [ft lxx. 98.] 



VENAISSIN. 

V colored plan of the fortifications of Orange ; drawn about 
1650,on a scale of 28 toises to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x lf.6in. 

[# LXX. 66.] J^ 



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