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These volumes contain a description of the whole of the Maps, 
Charts, Plans, and Topographical Drawings deposited in the 
Department of Manuscripts, together with those attached to the 
Library of King George the Third, and the Collections pre- 
served in the Print Room. The work has been carefully com- 
piled, under the direction and supervision of the Keeper of the 
Mss., by the Senior Assistant in his Department. To render 
the references to the various Collections more easy to be under- 
stood, an explanatory list is annexed. 



F. MADDEN. 

British Muaeam, 14th March, 1844. 



296534 



EXPLANATION OF THE REFERENCES, WITH A SPECIMEN OF EACH. 



ft Ms. 4.'). fol. 60. The Collection of AlsQUScHpU belonging to tbe Library of 
King George III., preaented to ttie Nalion in 1823 by King George 
IV. The Refireoee u to No. 46, folio 60. 
ft XLVii. 82. The CoUeclion nf Maps and Floni which accompanied the suae 

l/ibrnry. Re/erenct la Cute XLVIt. No. B2. 
fl Maritinu, v. 24. The CoUeclion of Charts preiented by King George IV. to 
the AdniirolCy in 1828, and restored to the Roy»l Library in lbs 
Briliih Museum, in 1844. He/erenee to Cau v. No. 24. 
Add. 11,581. art. 4. The Collection of Additional Manuaccipts, of which the 
DUmben begin with No. 4101, where the Sloatie Collection ends. 
Beftrenct to Additional Hfi. No. 1 1,064, art. 3. 
Add. Burreil, 5677, fol- 37- Tbe Collection of Tapogrnphical Drawings bequeathed 
by Sir Wm. BurnsU, Bart, in 1706. Reference to Additional Mi. Nu. 
6677, fol- 37. 
Aruadel, 93. art. 7. The Arundel Collection nf Slanuscripts, transferred from 
the Royal Society in 1831. Re/ermce la Arundel Ma. No. 93, art. 7. 
Bvmetl Ma. HI. The Collection of Manuicripta of the Rev. Dr. Chariea Burney, 
purchased by Parliament in 1618. Reftrance to Burney Mt. No. 111. 
Cotl. Aug. I. ii. 20. The Cottonion Collection of Manuscripts, of which the 
original press marks, distinguished by the names of (he twelve Cnsars, 
(whose busts surmounted [he presses,) are still preserved. Ri^eteace 
to Cotton Ma. Avgustun, No. 1. vol. ii. art. 20. 
Egerlon Me. 73. Tbe CoUectiim of Egerton Mauuscripti, being those bequeathed 
in 1829 by Francis Henry Egerton, Earl of Bridgewater, or purchased 
with tbe funds left by him and the tale Right Hon. Charles Long, 
Lord Famborough, for that purpciae. Reference la Egerton Ml. No. 73. 
llarLJleO. art. 2. The Harleian Collection of Manuscripts, purchased hy Parlia. 

ment in I7&3. Reference to No. 7100, art. 2. 
Harleian Roll, E E. 14. The Collection of Rolls, etc., which accompanied the 

Harlcian Mas. Reference to the Roll e e. 14. 
Lmud. 847. The Lansdowne Collection of ManusL-rtpts, purchased by Parha- 

ment in 1807- Reference to No. B47. 
tAoudoiBne Roll, 19. Tbe Collection of Rolls which accompanied the LBnsdDwn(^ 

Mss. Reference (0 No. 19. 
O. R. Libr. 18, II. itl. The old Royal Collection of Manuscripts, presented by 
King George II- to tbe Museum in 1757- Reference to the old Preii 
marh tlill preeerved, vit. Preii \&, Shelf D.fo. iii. fol. 7. 
P. R. Burney, 74. The Collection of Drawings and Prints which accompanied 
the Manuscripts of the Rev. Dr. C. Burney. Reference to Print Room, 
Burney CoUecHan, No. 74. 
P. R. Cracherode, Ab9. The Collection of Drawings and Prints beiueatlied, to- 
gether with his Library, by the Rev. Clayton Mordaunt Cracberode, 
In 1781). Reference to PriiU Room, Craehcrode Collection, No. 300, 



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ym EXPLANATION OF THE REFERENCES. 

P, R, Crowle, xiv. 89. Pennant's History of London, illustrated with numerous 
Drawings and Prints, forming 14 volumes folio, bequeathed by William 
Crowle, Esq. in 1810. Rtiference to Print Room, Permanty vol. xiv. 
No. 89. 

P. R, ELaye, ii. 190. The Collection of Topographical Drawings bequeathed by 
the Very Rev. Sir Ridiard Kaye, Bart., Dean of Lincoln, in 1810. 
Reference to Print Roomy Kaye CcUeetUmy voL ii. No. 190. 

P. R. Knight, 1. The Collection of Topographical Drawings bequeathed by Rich- 
ard Payne Knight, Esq. in 1824. Reference to Print Room, Knight 
CoUectiony No. 1. 

Sloan, 8233, 17- The Collection of Manuscripts which formed part of the Mu- 
seum of Sir Hans Sloane, purchased by Parliament in 17&3. R^erenoe 
to No. 3233, art. 17. 



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Bumey Ms. 111. 

" Claudii ProLEMiEi Pelusiensis Geographiaelibriocto; Grace; 
tabiilis geograpliicis, sive partibus earum septuaginta octo 
illustrati.*' Catalogue of Mss. in the British Museum, New 
Series, 1840, vol. i., pt ii. p. 45. 

A very fine manuscript on vellum, written apparently in 
the latter part of the fourteenth, or beginning of the fifteenth 
century, in folio, containing 115 leaves: If. 5 in. x 1 f. It 
formerly belonged to Charles Maurice, Prince de Talleyrand, 
ex-Bishop of Autun. 

The maps are tinted with yellow and blue, the latter color 
being used to mark the rivers and the outlines of coasts or 
islands ; they are of various sizes, some occupying one page, 
some two pages, and others a portion only of a page. 

Tlie maps are arranged as follows : — 

1. Ta^fojSawi vHa-og (Taprobana insula), p. 2. 

2. 'loue^via vria-og B^ETraviHvi (Ivemia insula Britannica). 
pp. 81, 32. 

3. 'Axouicjv viia-og Bpsrravtxri (Albion insula Britannica). 
p.*31. 

4. *I(rsravia Bairixfi (Hispania Bsetica). p. *32. 

5. 'la-TTavia Aoua-iravia (Hispania Lusitania). p. *32. 

6. ^la-TTavia TappcucotvYKria (Hispania Tarraconensis). pp. 
40, 41. 

7. KsXToya>^aTia 'Axouiravla (Gallia Aquitania). p. 42. 

8. KeXToraXar/a Aouyiovr\aia (Gallia Lugdunensis). p. 47. 

9. TaXKia BcXtixjj (Gallia Belgica). p. 48. 

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PTOLBinr. 

10. KiXroyoTMria l^afPun^ia (Gallia Narbonensis). p. 51. 

11. TEffjLavla fizyaM (Germania Magna), p. 55. 

10. *PatT/a, OtnvhxKia^ xal Nufuov (Rhsetia, Vindelicia, 
et Noricuin). p. 56. 

13. Ilavvovia h avu xai Uawovia ri xaro) (Pannoma superior 
et inferior), p. 56. 

14. 'IxM/fU (lUyris). p. 56. 

15. 'Iraxia koI Kugvog riia-QS (Italia et Cymus insula), pp. 
66, 67. 

16. SafSiu vHo'Oi (Sardinia insula), p. 68. 

17. 2tx£^/a viffoi (Sicilia insula), p. 68. 

18. laf/Aaria i h Eb^dm (Sarmatia in Europa). p. 75. 
• 19. Touifutn Xefo'ovno'os (Taurica Chersonesus). p. 75. 

20. 'la^uyBS MBravarrai, CkOKia, Mvaia i avAi, xcu Mu^ia n 
mro) (Jazjges Metanastse, Daqia, Mjsia superior et Mjsia 
inferior), p. 77. 

21. SgoMn Koi XBppowna-oi (^hracia et Cherroimesus). p. 77. 

22. MoxeSbvia (Macedonia), p. 85. 

23. "Hvugof (Epirus). p. 85. 

24. 'Axcua (Achaia). p. 86. 

25. Uixovovna-of (Peloponnesus), p. 86. 

26. Kfim vHtroi (Creta insula), p. 93. 

27. Mai/firavia TiryiTavn (Mauritania Tingitana). p. 94. 

28. Mavfiravia Xaio'afnvffia (Mauritania Csesariensis). p. 
101. 

• 29. 'Ap^iKfi (Africa), p. 103. 
80. Kuftivn (Cyrene). p. 103. 

31. MoffjuxfiKYty AiPifiy Moi "AiyvTTOf (Marmarica, Libya, et 
^gyptus). pp. 104. 105. 

32. AiBin n ivrof (Libya interior), pp. 114, 115. 

33. 'AiBioma i ifTro "Aiyvrrov (Ethiopia sub -^gypto). 
p. 121. 

34. 'AiOiovia i hrog (Ethiopia interior), pp. 122, 123. 

35. Uovrog Mu Bi&wla (Pontus et Bithynia). p. 124. 

36. * Atria i iHoii (Asia), p. 129. 

37. Taxaria ueu UafjLfu>da (Galatia et Pamphylia). p. ISO. 



PTOLBMY. 5 

88. KaTTaioMia mm 'Af/uvia (MMfit (Cappadocia et Annenia 
Minor), p. 135. 

89. lof/Mtria i h ^Ao'ia (SanDatia Asiaiica). p. 186. 

40. Kox%iV Ma) 'I|3£f/a (Colchis et Iberia), p. 141. 

41. 'AxjSavia (Albania), p. 141. 

42. MeyaXK *Affima (Armema Major), p. 142. 
48. Ki'jr^og inia-og (Cyprus insula), p. 147. 

44. Si/f/a KM na>Mt<mvii (Syria et Palsestina). p. 149. 

45. 'AfajSta viT^ala (Arabia Petrsea.) p. 153. 

46. Mea-ovoTOfAia (Mesopotamia), p. 153. 

47. 'Af ojS/a SfufAOf Kai BaffuXaavia (Arabia Deserta et Baby- 
lonia), pp. 154, 155. 

48. 'Ao-o-i/fia (Assyria), p. 159. 

49. MnHa (Media), p. 160. 

50. Touaiavi (Susiana). p. 168. 

51. Uigffig (Persis). p. 168. 

52. UafOla km Ka^fjLavla ifufMg (Parthia et Karmania De- 
serta). p. 164. 

58. 'AfoPia ihipuiJMv (Arabia Felix), pp. 170, 171. 

54. KaffjMvia (Carmania). p. 172. 

55. ^TgKavia km Mafyiavvi (Hyrcania et Margiana). p. 172. 

56. SoySiavo/ JMM BoxTfiani (Sogdiani et'Bactriana). p. 177. 

57. ^oHM (Sacse). p. 177. 

58. ^Kudia ri krrog 'I/aoou ofoug (Scythia intra Imaum mon- 
tem). p. 179. 

59. l^Kv&la i iKTOf ^l/Aoou ogou^ (Scythia extra Imaum mon- 
tem). p. 180. 

60. ^npiKYi (Serica). p. 183. 

61. 'AfEia KM Ilafovavta'aiMy km Afayyiavi km ^A^ax^o'ia 
(Aria, ParopanisadsB, Drangiana, et Arachosia). p. 184. 

62. Ts^^ua-lct. (Gedrosia). p. 185. 

63. ^h^Kii i hrog Tayyov iroTafjioS (India intra Gangem flu- 
vium). p. 195. 

64. 'IviiKfi h SKTog Tayyov vora/Aoy Kai S/voi (India extra Gan- 
gem fluvium, et Sinae). pp. 202, 203. 

65. Ta'jrfoffdvn vria-og (Taprobana). p. 204. 

66. Tabula universalis Orbis Ptolemseo cogniti. pp. 210, 
211. 



6 PTOLKMY. 



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Harleian Ms. 7182. 
Codex membranaceus^ eximise pulchritudinis, et formse am- 
plioris in folio. Continet Ptolemsei Geographiam Latine 
• redditam a Jacobo Angelo, et Alexandro V. Pontifici Max. 
dicatam. Scriptus ergo e^t Codex, a.d. 1409, quo anno unico 
Alex, ille Papatum tenuit. Omatur mappis geographicis 
pictis, et Uteris initialibus coloratis.*^ Catalogue of the Har- 
leian Mss. 1808, vol. iii. p. 519. 

It must be observed, that the dedication prefixed will prove 
only the date of the translation, but it does not follow that 
this copy was then written ; on the contrary, it would appear 
to have been executed at a later period of the fifteenth century. 

On the fly-leaf at the commencement is a coat of arms 
of some Italian family, probably of the Rufibli of Florence, 
neatly tricked upon a large scale ; viz. : — on a bend^ between 
three stars of six points^ an eagWs wing ; all within a 
hordure engrailed^ colors not expressed. On the sides are 
the initials E. E., and on a scroll at the foot, the motto 
" Non altra,^' and lower, the letter R. and the date 1506. On 
the same page is an elephant, drawn in pen and ink, with 
this description : — " Semblable beste nomm6e Elephant 
fiit par aucuns Genevois amende en France au Roy Loys xj. 
avec ung tigre. Tan mil cccclxxix. et au dit an au retour 
mourut le dit Elephant en Avignon. En ce livre trouverez 
le lieu ouquel ilz habitent.*^ 

The twenty-seven maps in this volume are similar to those 
which were designed, about the year 1468, for Borso of 
Este, Duke of Modena, by Donnus \i,e, Domnus] Nicholaus*, 
a Benedictine monk of Reichenbach, who died in 1471, and 
are very neatly executed. 

A list of the maps follows : 

1. A spherical projection of the world, as known to the 
antients, intitled, *' Totius orbis habitabilis brevis descriptio ;" 
2 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 10 in. fol. 58. b. 

, 2. " Descriptio primse tabulae Europa) ;" containing the 
British Isles, vnih part of Gaul and Germany : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 
7 in. fol. 60. b. 

8. " Descriptio secundse tabulae Europae ;" ' containing 
Spain, with part of Gaul : 1 f . 9 in. x 1 f . 8 in. fol. 62. b. 

4. "Descriptio t^rtiae tabulae Europae;" containing Gaul: 
1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. fol. 64. 

5. " Descriptio quartae tabulae Europae ;" containing Ger- 
many : 1 f. 3 in. X If. foL 65. 

♦ See Bandini, Catal, Codd. Lot. Bibl, Med, Law, torn. ii. col. 69. 
The name is generally corrupted into Nicholaus Donis. 



PTOLEMY. 7 

6. ^^DeBcripiioquintsB tabulae Europse;'* contaiDing Retia, 
Vindelicia, Noricum, Pannonia, Liburoia, lUyris, and Dal- 
matia, with the Adriatic Sea : 2 f. x 1 f. 1 in. fol. 66. b. 

7. " Descriptio sextse tabulae Europae ;" containing Italy, 
Corsica, and Uie islands of the Tyrrhenian Sea: 2 f. 2 in. x 

1 f. 5 in. fol. 68. b. 

8. " Descriptio septimae tabulae Europae ;'** containing Sar- 
dinia, Sicily, and the adjacent islands: 1 f. 11 in. x 11 in. 
fol. 70. b. 

9. ^^ Descriptio octavae tabulae Europae;^ containing Sar- 
matia : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 7 in. fol. 72. b. 

10. ^^ Descriptio nonae tabulae Europae ;^ containing Dacia, 
Mysia, and Thrace : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. fol. 74. b. 

11. '^ Descriptio decimae tabulae Europae ;** containing 
Greece and the adjacent islands : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 7 in. fol. 
76. b. 

12. " Descriptio primae tabulae Libyae seu Africae ;** con- 
taining Mauritania Tingitknica and Mauritania Caesariensis : 

2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 7 in. fol. 78. b. 

13. '^ Descriptio secundae tabulae Africae;*^ containing 
Africa between the Numidicus Sinus and Cyrene : 2 f. x 1 f. 

5 in. fol. 80. b. 

14. '^ Descriptio tertiae tabulae Africae ;'' containing Cy- 
rene and iEgyptus : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 6 in. fol. 82. b. 

15. ^^ Descriptio quartae tabulae Africae ;'' containing Lybia 
Inferior, and Ethiopia sub iSgypto : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 5 in. 
fol. 84. b. 

16. ^^ Descriptio primae tabulae Asiae;^ containing Asia 
Minor : 2 f. 4 in. X I f . 8 in. fol. 86. b. 

17. '^ Descriptio secundae tabulae Asiae;** containing Sar- 
matia in Asia : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 8 in. fol. 88. b. 

18. "Descriptio tertiae tabulae Asiae;^ containing Col- 
chis, Iberia, Albania, and Armenia Major : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 

6 in. fol. 90. b. 

19. " Descriptio quartae tabulae Asiae;^ containing Syria, 
Arabia Petrea, Arabia Deserta, Mesopotamia and Babylonia : 
2 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 7 in. fol; 92. b. 

20. " Descriptio quintae tabulae Asiae;" containing Assyria, 
Susiana, Media, and Parthia : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. fol. 94. b. 

21. "Descriptio sextae tabulae Asiae;^ containing Arabia 
Felix and Carmania : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 4 in. fol. 96. b. 

22. " Descriptio septimae tabulae Asiae ;'* containing Hjrr- 
caniii, Margiana, Bactriana, the Sogdiani, the Sacae, and 
Scythia intra Imaum Montem: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 5 in. fol. 
98. b. 



PTOLEMY. 

23. " DescriptiooctSTSlabuUe Asia;" coBtaioing Scytfaia 
extra Iniaam Moatem^ and Sericai: 1 f. t in. x 11 io. fol. 
100. 

24. " Descriptio nonsB tabnlBeAsije;" containing Aria, Dran- 
giaxia, Gedroeia, Aracbosia, and the Paropanisadse : 1 f. i in. 
X 1 f. fol. 101. 

25. " Descriptio decimae labulEe Asjeb;" contaimDg India 
intra Gangem ; 2 f. x 1 f. 8 in. fol. 102. b. 

36. " Descriptio undecimte tabuls AgIeb ;" containing India 
extra Gangem and the Sina; : I f. 9 in. X 1 f . S in. fol. 104. b. 

27. " Descriptio duodecimo tabulse Asia ;" containing the 
islandofXaprobana, and the adjacent isles: 1 f. lin. x 1 f. l.in. 
fel. 106. 

Uarleian Ms. 7195. 
* CI. Ptolemsei Geographia, Latine reddita per Jacobum Ange- 
lum. Codex membranaceus, giandis, seculi decimi quinti, 
colonim splendore multo inferior codici ejusdem generis 
supra mcmorato ad num. 7182, eleganter tamen scriptus. 
Desunt pauca." Hadeian Catalogue, vol. iii. p. 523. 

This volume closely resembles the Harl. Ms. 7182, and 
appears to have been written at the same period. The maps 
are of exactly the same dimensions, and their contents are 
the same ; but in the former Ms. the sea is colored blue, in 
this it is yellow, and the execution is inferior. 

Unfortunately, the Ms. wants the 5th map of Europe, 
(No. 6 of 7182,) and one half of the 11th map of Asia, (No. 
26 of 7182). One leaf of the text is also wanting, contain- 
ing the commencement of book iii, 

In 1656, tliis Ms. belonged to the Convent of Freres 
Mineurs, at St. Omer. 

Harleian Ms. 3686. 

' Claud. Ftolemsei Geographia, 8 libris. A Jacobo Anglo 

traducta et Alex. V. Pont. Max. dedicata, cum tabulia geo- 

graphicls. Codex chartaceus. xv." Harleian Catalogue, vol. 

iii. p. 52. 

Written probably about 1450, in small folio : llj- in. x 8j 
in. It contains eighteen maps of various sizes, rudely drawn ; 
of which thirteen belong to the first three books, and the other 
fire together form a map of the world, as described by Ptolemy. 



GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, 



PORTOLANI, ETC. 



GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, 



Cottonian Ms. Nero, D. i. fol. 184. 
** Schemata quscdam cosmographica." Catalogue of the Mes. 
in the Cottonian Library, 180-2, p. 237. 

These are a few circles and schemes roughly drawn to 
illustrate the theory of the uuiverse, the winds, etc. The 
first purports to be " Secundum magistrum Elyam de Der- 
ham." 

The volume in which these are contained formerly belonged 
to the Abbey of St. Albans, and its contents relate chiefly to 
the history of that Abbey, at which place it was writleu, in 
the thirteenth century. The above occupy three pages of 
the Ms. 

Cottonian Ms. Tiberius, B. v. fol. 39. 
" Liber periegesis : i. e. de situ terrat Frisciani Gramtnatici, 
quern de priscorum dictis excerpsit ormislarum. Huic perie- 
gesi, quam ex Grascis Dionysii Afri Latine reddidit Prisci- 
anus, prmmittitur Tabula Geographica trium parti um mundi." 
Cottonian Catalogue, p. 36. 

This map appears to hare been executed at the end of 
the tenth century ; it is on vellum, and for the time is highly 
finished. The writing is very minute ; the sea is of a grey 
color, the mountains green, and the Persian Gulf, tltc Ked 
Sea, the Nile and other waters in Africa, red. The world 
is represented as of a quadrangular form, encompassed by the 
ocean, but not, as in other maps of an early age, in the 
fonn of a belt. The outlines of the countries and of the 
islands are given with remarkable precision for the time. 
The east is at the top. It measures 8j^ in. x 7 in. 

This map is engraved in outline in Playfair's Atlas, pi. 1., 
and more ftilly in the Penny Magazine for July 22, 1837, 
(vol. vi. p. 280.) A fac-similc copy was made in the year 
c2 



12 GENERAL MAPS O? THE WOBLD, ETC. 

1830, by Mr. Walker of the Admiralty, and presented to the 
Bibliothijqne du lloi at Paris. 

The Ms. would appear from some entries at fol. 88 to 
have belonged to Battle Abbey in tlie reign of Henry the 
Second. 

Cottonian Ms. Tiberius, B. v. fol. 29. 
" Tabula repraesentans globum terraqueum, in qua nihil non lit- 
teria majusculis descriptum est." Cottonian Catalogue, p. 86. 
This table, which appears intended to shew the supposed 
motion of the ocean, and the position of the zones, is of tho 
close of the tenth century, and belongs to the volume which 
contains the map attached to Priscian's Geography, men- 
tioned before. It contains only a slight sketch of the Medi- 
terranean, with two large buildings, intended probably to 
mark the sites of Rome and Jerusalem. The table is circu- 
lar, measuring 10 inches in diameter, and is on vellum. 

Add.TAs. 11,695. 
A colored map of the world, according to the ideas of the Ara- 
bian geographers. The earth is represented of a quadrangular 
form, surrounded by the ocean ; the east is at the top, and 
has a representation of Paradise with our first parents, the 
serpent templing Eve. A part of the south (on the right of 
the map) is cut off by the Red Sea, which is straight, and is 
colored red. The south-western quarter represents Africa, 
the north-western quarter Europe ; they are divided by 
the Mediterranean, which is straight, tlie islands being all 
quadrangular. The.EgKan Sea joins the MediteiTanean at a 
right angle in the centre of the map. In the ocean, which bor- 
ders the whole, are quadrangular islands; viz. on the east {at 
the top) " Crise et Asgire Insula;" on the north, " Tile insula," 
and " Tantulos insula ;" on the west, " Britania insula," 
" Scocia insula," " Furtunanim insula," and " Scaria insula." 

This map occurs in the second book of a Commentary on 
the Apocalj'pse, written by an anonymous author, apparently 
a, native of Spain, about the year 787, and dedicated to 
Etherus, Bishop of Osma. This passage precedes the map : 

" Et quo facilius banc seminis grana {sic) per agnim hujus 
mundi, quern propheta; laborabenmt et humetent, subjecte 
formidie pictura demonstrat." The map measures 1 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 3 in. 

The Ms. is of folio size, on vellum, and was completed 
in the year 1109, in tlie monastery of Silos, in tho diocese 
of Burgos, Old CaslUe. It is richly ornamented and illiimi- 



GENERAL MAPS flF THE WORLD, ETC- 13 

nate<l in a singular Arabesque style, and has also uunierous 
paintings. 

A copy of the same work is in the Royal Ijibrary at 
Torin, {Cod. xciii. d. V. 39,) which has a map nearly re- 
sembling the present map, but of ruder execution, and of a 
circular form. The Turin map is engraved on wood in Pa- 
sini, Codices Mss, SibliothectB Regii Taurinensis Athenai 
diyesti, etc. Taurini, 1749, vol. ii. p. 29; and a description of 
it, with the names of the places, is in Gough's British Topo- 
graphy, vol. i. pp. 66, 67. 

Add. Ms. 10,049. 

8. Hieronymi libri de Hebraicis Quffistionibus ; de interpreta- 
tionibiis nominum Veteris ac Novi Testanienti ; de nomini- 
bus locorum. 

A folio Yolunie, written on vellum in the twelfth ceutury, 
which formerly belonged to the monastery of St. Martin at 
Toiimay. 

At the end are two maps, apparently of the same date with 
the Ms., occnpying the two sides of the same leaf of vellum, 
and each 1 f, 2 in. x 9 in. ; they are uncolored. 

The first map shews Greece, Asia Minor, Syria, Persia, 
India, and generally those portions of the world of which 
mention is made in Scripture. 

The second contains tlie Holy Land and the parts immedi- 
• ately adjoining, on a larger scale than the former; Jerusalem 
near tbo centre. 

Cottonian Ms. Nero, D. v. foi, 1. 
" Mappa terrse habitabilis." Cottonian Catalogue, p. 238. 

This Ms., written on vellum in the latter half of the thir- 
teenth century, contains the Flores Historiarum of Matthew 
of Paris. Prefixed is the map above mentioned, which is of 
tlie same age, and very rude and confused in its construe* 
tion. It represents only Europe and the Mediterranean Sea ; 
Asia is not drawn, but has the names of places written in 
their respective positions. Near the top is this inscription : 

" Suinatim facta est disposicio mappa mundi magistri Rob. 
de Melkelcya, et mappa mundi de Waltham. Mappa mundi 
domini regis, quod [sic] est in camera sua apud Westnionas- 
terium, figuratur in ordine Mathei de Parisio. Verissimum 
aulcm figuratur in eodem ordine, quod est quasi clamis 
[cblamys?] extensa: talis est scema nostre partis habitabilis 
secundum pbilosophos, scilicet quarta pars terrc qui {sic) 
est triangularis fere. Corpus enim tcrrc spcricum est." 



14 GESTEKAL JCAPS OF THE WORLD, BTC. 

The map oecopies one page of the Ms^ irliidi 
1 CSin. X 9hi. 

Id the Ms. of C C. C<dL Candi. nuvked C. ix. is a oopj of 
Mattbeir Paris which has a sionlar map with the same iD- 
scriptiofL See Googji^s BriHMk Tapoyraphfy toL L p. 66L 

OUBagalUbr. Ms. 14 c. vu. fi)L 2. 

A auq> of the stations for a pilgrioiage fiom Eog^and to the 
Holj Laod, coDflisting of rude drawiDgs of the towDS finom 
London to Jemsalem, with the names in French. 

The Ms. in which this is contained is acopyof theHistorjr 
of Matthew Paris, generaDj sopposed to hare been written 
with the author's own hand, about the middle of the 
thirteenth centniy. 

It is an itinerary rather than a map, and is arranged in 
eleren cofamms, exchisiTe of the Holy Land, which is de- 
picted on a more extended scale. In some parts a doable 
route is given. The first two columns, containing the Elng- 
lish portion, are eugrayed, of the same size with the original, 
in Gough*s British Topography j pi. yii., and a description is 
given by bim at p. 85 of vol. i. 

The execution is nearly the same as that of the Itinerary 
between London and Naples in the Cottonian Ms. Nero, n. i. 

Cotionian Ms. Nero, d. i. foL 182. b. 

^ Tabula itineraria ab urbe Londinum ad Neapolin et extre- 
mitatem Apuliae.** Cottonian Catalogue, p. 237. 

This is not a map but an itinerary, divided into daily jour- 
neys, with a rude representation of each place, and its name 
in French; it is arranged in six columns. Between Whitsand 
aud Troyes a double route is given ; one by way of Paris, 
the other by way of Rheims. 

The volume in which it is contained has been before men- 
tioned (p. 11.) as having been written in the Abbey of St. 
Albaus, in the thirteenth century, and is, for the greater part, 
together with the itinerary, in the same hand as the Royal 
manuscript 14 c. vil. 

Cf. Ms. Harl. 562. fol. 21. 

Old Royal Libr. Ms. 14 c. ix. 

Ranulphi Hygden Cestrien. Polycronicon, 7 libris; cum 
indice alphabetico, et duplici orbis terrarum descriptione 
geographica.'' Casley^s Catalogue of the Mss. of the King's 
Library, 1734, p. 281. 
This Ms. was written in the latter half of the fourteenth 



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GENERAL MAPS OF TBE WORLD, ETC. 15 

century, on vellum. It has prefixed two maps of the habit- 
able world, rudely drawn and colored. They arc both of an 
oval form ; the diameters of the larger being respectively I f. 
6 in. and 1 f. 1^ in. ; those of the smaller 11 in. and 8^ in. 

The general constraclion of these two maps is similar ; 
the larger containing more places than the smaller, and the 
descriptions being more ample. The principle is the same 
as that of Ms. Add. 11,695, before described. Theeast,with 
Paradise, is at the top, Jerusalem near the centre, and the 
Pillars of Hercules at the bottom. Tlie islands in the cir- 
cumambient ocean are rectangular. 

These maps are described at some length by Gough in liis 
British Topography, vol. i. p. 61, who has engraved in PI. 
III. fig. 2, that part of the larger map which represents 
England. 

ITie volume formerly belonged to Johannes de Wardeboys, 
Abbot of Ramsey from the year 1509 till its surrender to 
Henry VIII. 

Old Royal Libr. Ms. 14 c. xii, 
" Ranulphi Hygden Ceslr. Polycronicon, 7 libris ; cum indice 
alphabetico, et charta geographica orbis terranun." Casley's 
Catalogue, p. 232. 

A Ms. written in the latter half of tlie fourteenth century, 
on vellum, which belonged formerly to the monastery of St. 
Thomas of Aeon, London. On fol, 9. b. is a map of the 
habitable world, enclosed in a figure of the form called the 
" vesica piscis." The map is not filled up, but has the names 
only of places, written in their supposed positions. The 
construction is the same as those last described. 1 f. 2 in. 
X H in- 

A similar map exists in a Ms. of Higden, marked E. vi., 
in C. C. Coll. Camb. See Gough's British Topography, vol. 
i. p. 60. 

Add.^s. 11,267, 

A copy of the large Planisphere, or Majipa Mondo, compiled 

and drawn in the year 1459, by Fra Mauro, a monk of the 

order of Camaldoli, and preserved in the monastery of S. 

Michele di Murano, near Venice. 

The Planisphere is a curcle of 6 f. 4 in. in diameter ; the 
comers of the table are filled up with four small circles, each 
11^ in. in diameter, representing, 

1. The Ptolemaic system and the spheres. 

2. The lunar influence over the tides. 

3. The circles described on the terrestrial globe. 



16 UENKBAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, BTC. 

4. A miniature painting representing the expulsion of our 
first parents from Paradise ; with the four rivers of that 
garden. 

This copy is on vellum, colored to represent the original. 
The' descriptions, which were in an old character, and full 
of abbreviations in the original, are here, however, in a mo- 
dem hand, and at full length. It was executed in the year 
1804, by Mr. William Frazer, for the sum of -fZOO, con- 
tributed for that purpose by the East India Company, the 
Earl Spencer, Lord Hobart (then Secretary of State for the 
Foreign Department, and afterwards Eail of Buckingham- 
shire), the Bishop of Durham (Dr. Shute Barrington), An- 
drew Straban, Esq., King's Printer, and Dr. William Vincent, 
Dean of Westminster ; by whose directions it was deposited 
in the British Museum. 

It has been several times engraved, and it is particularly 
described in the following works, and is besides mentioned 
in many works on geogra]ihy. 

Annales ComalduleDscsOrd. S. Benedict), auctoribus J. fi. Mittarelli 
et Angelo Cosladoni. Venet. 1762, torn. vii. p. 252. 

11 Mappamondo dj Fra Mauro Camaldotese, descritto cd iDustrato da 
D. Pkddo Zurla. Veneaa, 1806. 

The Voyage of Nearchus and the Periplus of the Erythrean Sea, by 
William Vincent, 1809. Part ii. dissertation iv. 

Add. Us. 11,547. 
A Portolano, or collection of Sea Charts, drawn by Grazioso 
Benincasa, of Ancona, in the year 1467. It contains five 
charts on a plane scale, on vellum, each 1 f. 5 in. x I f IJ in. 

1. The Black Sea, Asia Minor, and the eastern part of the 
Mediterranean. 

2. The Adriatic Sea, the Archipelago, and the Mediter- 
ranean between Rhodes on the east and Tunis on the west. 
It is inscribed, " Gratiosus Benincasa, Anconitanus, com- 
posuit Rome, anno Domini M.cccclxvii." 

3. The MediterraBean, firom Rome on the east to the Straits 
on the west. 

4. England, Scotland and Ireland, with the western coast 
of Europe. 

5. The western coast of Europe and Afiica, from Lisbon 
on the north to Cape Rosso on the south. 

Add. Ms. t!390. 
A Portolano, or collection of Sea CliarU, drawn on a plane 
scale on vellum, by Grazioso Benincasa, of Ancona, in the 
year i4fl8. Each chart measures I f. li in. x lOi in. 



GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 17 

note is inserted, written in a modem hand, of the variations 
between this volume and another, also drawn by Benincasa 
in 1469, belonging to the Fathers Delia Salute, at Venice, 
and described by Tiraboschi. 

This volume was purchased for the Museum at the sale 
of the Canonici and Saibante collections, in 1821. 

1. Table of new mqons from 1451 to 1470. 

2. Table to find Easter-day from 1432 to 1532. 

3. Chart of the Black Sea and the Mediterranean, east- 
ward of the Gulf of Sidra. 

4. The Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean, firom Rhodes 
on the east to Cape Bon on the west. It is inscribed, ^^ Gra- 
tiosus de Benincasa, Anchonitanus, magnifico viro Prospero 
Camulio, Medico Genuensi, fecit, 1468.** 

5. The Mediterranean, fi'om Sicily on the east to the 
Straits. 

' 6. The British Isles and the western coast of Europe to 
Cape St. Vincent. 

7. The coast of Portugal and the coast of Africa south- 
ward to Cape Blanco. 

8. The coast of Africa, from Cape Blanco southward to 
Cape Mount 

, Egertan Ms. 73. 

A Portolano, containing thirty-five charts, on a plane scale, each 
I f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in., executed by diflerent Venetian artists 
about 1489. On vellum ; in Folio. 

It formerly belonged to the Comaro fieunily of Venice, and 
has a book plate on the first leaf with their arms, viz. : — 
Quarterly of Jerusalem, Lusignan of Cyprus, Armenia, and 
Luxembourg, impaling the ancient coat of Comaro. It 
afterwards belonged to the library of St. ]\f ark's at Venice, 
and is described at great length by Cardinal Flacido Zurla. 
Di Marco Polo e degli altri viaggiaiori Veneziani pii^ iltus- 
tri Dissertazioni. Venezia, 1818, tom. ii. pp. 353-358. It 
was brought to England by M. Vendramini, and was pur- 
chased for the British Museum at the sale of the Rev. C. 
Yonge's Library, 1 March, 1832. 

The volume contains : 

1. A table of lunar revolutions. 

2. A table of moveable feasts from the year 1489 to the 
year 1600 inclusive. 

3. Chart of the Black Sea and the eastern half of the 
Mediterranean, by Piero Roseli. 

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16 GENERAL MAPS OF THE WOKLD, ETC. 

4. Chart of the Mediterranean west of Tunis, part of the 
north-west coast of Afirica, with the western coast of Europe, 
and the coasts of England and Ireland; apparently the 
complement of No. 3. 

5. Chart of the Black Sea and the eastern half of the 
Mediterranean, by Zuan da NapoU. 

6. Chart of the western half of the Mediterranean, the 
western coast of Europe, with England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land ; probably the complement of the preceding. 

7. Chart of the Black Sea and the eastern half of the Medi- 
terranean, by Gracioxo Benincaxa. 

8. Chart of the western half of the Mediterranean, and 
the western coast of Europe, with part of England and Ire- 
land ; probably the complement of the preceding. 

9. Two charts of the Black Sea, with variations, by Fran- 
cesco Becaro. 

10. Chart of the Black Sea and ihe eastern half of the 
Mediterranean. 

11. Chart of the western half of the Mediterranean, and 
the western coast of Europe, with part of England and Ire- 
land ; probably the complement of the preceding. 

12. Chart of the Black Sea, the Archipelago, and the 
Mediterranean east of Cape Rasat, by Nicolo Fiorin. 

13. Chart of the Mediterranean west of Cerigo, nearly to 
the Straits ; apparently in continuation of No. 12. 

14. Chart of the coasts of Ireland, England, France, Por- 
tugal, and the Straits, with the Azores and Madeira ; appa- 
rently the complement of Nos. 12 and 13. 

15. Duplicate inverted charts of the Adriatic Sea, with 
Corfu and the Gulf of Taranto, by Francesco Cexano. 

16. Chart of the Adriatic, the Ionian Isles, the western 
coast of Italy, with Sicily and Corsica, by Zuan Soligo. 

17. Chart of the Black Sea, by Alvixe Cexano. 

18. Chart of the Sea of Marmora, the Archipelago, and 
the Mediterranean east of the Morea, with Cyprus on a 
larger scale ; probably by the same. 

19. Chart of the Mediterranean, including the eastern half 
of Crete, by Domenego Dezane. 

20. Chart of the coast of Asia Minor west of Cape Heli- 
donia, the Sea of Marmora, the Archipelago, with Crete, the 
Morea, the coast of Epirus southward of Cape Linguetta, 
and the Ionian Isles. 



OE9E&AL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 19 

21. Chart of the MediterraneaD, including the eastern half 
of Crete, by Gracioxo Benincaxa. 

22. Chart of the coast of Asia Minor west of the gulf of 
Adalia, the Sea of Marmora, the Archipelago with Crete, 
the Morea, the coast of Epirus southward of Port Panor- 
mus, and the Ionian Isles ; apparently by the same. 

23. Chart of the coast of Asia Minor west of Rhodes, the 
Sea of Marmora, the Archipelago with Crete, and the Morea, 
by Nicolo de Pasqualin. 

24. Chart of the same, but not including the western 
coast of the Morea. It is inscribed, ^^ Beneditus Pesina fecit 
ano Domini m.cccclxxxviiii. Veneciis.'' 

25. Chart of the western half of the Morea, the Adriatic 
Sea, Sicily, the western coast of Italy south of the Amo, with 
the corresponding coast of Africa. It is inscribed, ^' Con- 
pimento del Cexano;" being perhaps the complement of 
the three following charts, which, however, do not bear a 
name. 

26. Chart of the Mediterranean, from Tripoli and Terra- 
cina on the east, to Carthagena and the Gulf of Tremezen 
on the west. 

27. Chart of the Mediterranean westward of Minorca, 
with the western coast of Spain and Portugal as far as La 
Coru&a, and part of the coast of Morocco. 

28. Chart of the western coast of Europe, from Lisbon to 
the Texel, with the coast of England and the south-eastern 
coast of Ireland. 

29. A chart, intitled " Ponente Boscaino,"* containing the 
coasts of Great Britain and the western coast of Europe, 
with the Straits and part of the coast of Morocco. 

80. Chart of the western coast of Africa northward of 
Cape Verd, with the Cape Yerd Islands and the Azores, and 
the western coast of Spain and Portugal, by Cristofalo 
Soligo. 

31. Chart intituled, '^Ginea Portogalexe," being the same 
with the preceding, but having the coast of Africa as far 
south as the Gold Coast. 

32. Chart of the coast of Africa and Guinea from Cape 
Roxos southward to Cape St Catharine. 

* By Cardinal Zurla this is erroneously supposed to be the name of the 
author. 

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GENERAL MAI'S OP THE WORLD, ETC. 

33. Chart of the coast of Afiica from Cape Formoso 
southward to Cape Negro ; and another of the Caspian Sea, 
inlitled " Mar Dabacu." 

34. A blank sheet prepared for mapping, and ornamented 
in the same manner us the rest, but not filled tip. 

35. Chart of the Black Sea; and another of the Archipe- 
lago and the eastern part of the Mediterranean. 

36. General chart of the coasts of Europe, the Black 
Sea, the MedilerraDean, and the western coast of Africa 
southward to Cape Negro. 

37. Chart of the German Ocean and the Baltic. 

38. A pictured map of the Holy Land, very beautifully 
executed, intilled " Doscriptio tolius Terre Sancte, quam 
posiderunt 6]ii Israhel ; vocatur eliam Terra Proraisionis." 

Then follow in the Venetian dialect : * 

a. A treatise on the influence of the planets on the different 
parts of the human body, on the motion of the sun and 
moon, on eclipses, on the times of Easter-day, on lucky and 
unlucky days, on the mode of finding the. Dominical letter 
by the fingers, etc., illustrated by diagrams, fol. 39. 

b. " La Raxom del Marteloio." A treatise upon the mode 
of sailing by the plane chart, or rhomb lineG, as practised 
by the early Venetian voyagers, fol. 47. b. 

c. " Hordeni e chomandameuti de tuli li capetanji zene- 
ralli de tule le galie eseno fuora da Veniexia, li quali sono 
oeervi da tuti li patronj e sora chomiti de galie," etc., issued 
by Andrea Mocenigo, captain -general in 1428. fol. 48. 

d. " Quest! sono li ordeni e chomandameuti de tuti li 
capitanji de lute le nave annade eseno fuora del porto de 
Veniexia, per la inlustrisima Signoria de Veniexia." fol. 49. b. 

e. " Queate sono le spexe se fano per li capelauji de le 
galiie do Fiandra, per tute le schalle chelle vano." fol. SO. b. 

f. Rules for finding the times of the new moons, etc. 
fol. 52. 

g. The mode of finding the heights of buildings, fol 55. 
h. "Tarifia de diversi pexi del mondo, chomo se govema 

uno con laltro persimel, per siniel la lariffa di AUcxanadrta de 
tulte specie e marchadamtie che entra e che ensse." fol. 59. 

• These Ireatiaes, elc, agree, in great measure, with the description given 
by the Abate Morelli, of a work composed by Pietro da Versi, a Vencliati, 
JD 1444. See his note on the Ltttern rwiuima of C'ohimbuSt Bassano, 
ISIO. p. 40, (quoted by Csidinal Zurla, Di Marco Polo Diuerlasimi, 181B, 
torn. ii. p. 342.) 



QBNERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 21 

i. Rules for making sails of different kinds, fol. 63. b. 
k. A written Portolano, in four parts, containing : — 

i. The ports of the Mediterranean, fol. 67. 

At the end is, ^* Qua compie tute le staree del 
mar mediterano, etc.*' 

ii. The ports of the western part of the Mediterra- 
nean, fol. 74. 

iii. ** Questa si sono una altra starea comenzando da 
BocoUi per tuta quela r[i]Yiera fino a capo Santa 
' Maria, zoe cavo de Otranto e tochera anche de la 
Corsega." fol. 77. 

iv. ^^ Qui comenza el Ponente comenzanza da la costa 
de Bertagna in ver lo mar de Fiandra, e chusi ve- 
nenedo per la costa de Ingeltera, e trovando lute 
le suo sonde et traversie, secomdo como vederette 
a lezerlo." [Imperfect.] fol. 78. b. 

1. A Elalendar, with rules for finding the Dominical letter, 
fol. 79. 

Old Royal Libr. Ms. 14 c. v. 

A Portolano, containing seven charts oi\ a plane scale: each 
1 f. 5 in. X 1 f . i in., executed on vellum, at the commence- 
ment apparently of the sixteenth century. The names are 
in the Venetian dialect 

This volume belonged to John, Lord Lumley, who died in 
1609. 

1. The western coast of Europe southward to Oporto, 
with the British Isles ; the island of Brazil is placed off the 
coast of Ireland. 

2. The * Mediterranean westward of Majorca, with the 
western coast of Europe, firom Bordeaux southward to Cape 
Verde. 

3. The southern coast of the Black Sea, with the Adriatic 
and the Mediterranean eastward of Majorca. 

4. The Black Sea and the Sea of Marmora. 

5. The Adriatic Sea. 

6. The Archipelago. 

7. The World, after the discovery of America. This is of 
a later date than the other maps. 

Add. Ms. 11,548. 

A chart, on vellum, drawn at Ancona, in the year 1529, on a 
plane scale ; the name of the artist is obliterated. Under the 



22 GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 

date are ihe arms of Cardinal Giulio Feltri della Rovere, sod 
of Francesco Maria, Duke of Urbino, and Eleonora Gonzaga. 
It contains the wliole of Europe, wilh the Black Sea, the 
Mediterraueau and the coast of Morocco. It lueaiiUTes 2 f. 
10 in. X 2 feet. 

Sloane Ms. 117. art. i. 
" Libri geographici fragmentum, cum mappa mundi." Cata- 
logue of Mss. in the British Museum, New Series, vol. ii. 
p. 18. 

This mappa mundt consists of the two hemispheres, drawn 
on vellum, probably about 1530, each 11 in. x 8 in. It is 
inserted in a Latin geographical treatise, UTitten in the form 
of a dialogue between a Magister and his Discipulus. 

Add. Ms. 9947. 
A Portolano, containing four charts on a plane scale, each 1 f , 4 
in. X 1 f., executed upon vollum, in the earlier part, appa- 
rently, of the sixteenth century ; the names are in Spanish. 

1. The Black Sea, and the Mediterranean east of the 
Morea. 

2. The Adriatic and the Mediterranean, from the Morea on 
the east to the isle of Formentara on the west. 

3. The Mediterranean west of Algiers, and the western 
coast of Europe, with Great Britain and Ireland. 

4. The coast of Portugal, the Straits, and the western coast 
of Africa southward to Cape Verde. 

Add. Ms. 5413. 
A large chart of the World, on a plane scale, on vellum, 8 f. 2 
in. X 3 f. 10 in., highly ornamented, wilh figures, etc., with 
the namee in French. At the upper comer, on the left hand, 
is a shield of the arms of France, with the Collar of St. 
Michael, and on the right, another shield of France and 
Dauphinc, quarterly. It was probably executed iu the time 
of Francis I. of France, for his son the Dauphin, afterwards 
Henry II., as the crown over the arms of France is open, 
which was so home till the year 153ti, when it was arched 
over. 

This chart is thus described by Malte-Brun, in his HU- 
toire de la Giographie, ed. Huot. Paris, 1831, torn. i. p. 630. 

" EUe est entiereroent ecrite en Fran^ais ; les noms princi- 
paux sont trcs grauds et Ires dislincts, comme dans I'Ame- 
rique mL'ridionale, Terre du Br6sU, etc. Le midi est au haul 
de la carte, au lieu d'etre en has, comme c'est I'ordin^re main- 



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28 



On ' 



I Bud c 



VA 



a grande ile doot la 



tenant. 

position correspond a notre Nouvelle-Hollande. II y a un 
passage 6troil entre Java et celte grande ile ; Timor est 
placee au nord-eat. La grande Ue est appel^e Java-la- 
Grande. Parmi les noms qui se trouvent 6critB le long des 
cotes, on rcmarque celui de Cole den Herbaiges, on des 
plantes, nom que Ton a cm correspoudre a Botany Bay, 
mais qui est Irop avance vers le nord. Au midi de la cole 
des Herbaiges, il y a trois autres noma a des distances consi- 
derables : le premier, cote de Gracal, puis un promontoire, 
^tendu et tr^s saiDant, appeI6 cap de Fromose, A une autre 
distance considerable au sud, se lit le mot goufre, qui indique 
■ un golfe ou plutot une grande bale. La ligne qui termine la 
carle coupe celle grande ile, el en laisse I'fitendue incertaine. 
Les noma de Gracal et Fromose semblent elre Porlugais, et on 
pent croire que la carle a 6le traduite de celte langue. Ce 
soupgon se trouve confirm^ par une collection de Cartes inli- 
lulees, Hydrographie, par John Rolz, dal^e de 1542, et qui 
se conservent egalemenl dans le Museum Brilannique." 

This chart formerly belonged to Edward Harley, Earl of 
Oxford, after whose death it was taken away by one of his 
servants. It was subsequenlly purchased by Sir Joseph 
Banlis, Bart., and presented by him to the British Museum 
ia 1790. 

Add. Ms. 10,132. 

A Fortolano, containing Eve maps on a plane scale, executed 

in the year 1538, by a native of Ancona, whose name has 

been erased. On vellum, each map 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2i in. 

Tliis volume formerly belonged to the Canonici and Sai- 
bante Collections, sold by auction in London, in 1821. 

1. The western coasts of Europe and Africa, from Lisbon 
on the north, to Cape Rosso on the south. 

2. Great Britain and the weslem coast of Europe. 

3. The Mediterranean, from the Straits to Sicily. 

4. The Adriatic Sea, the Archipelago, and the Mediter- 
ranean, from Piombino to Rhodes, 

Il ia inscribed, "ids. Conte Anconitano ' 

la facte nel aiio M°.cccccxxxviii." 

5. Tho Black Sea and the eastern part of Ihe Mediler- 
rauean. 

Old R&gal Ltbr. Ms. 20. e. ix. 
" John Rotz, his book of Hydrography, ao called ; being an ac- 
count of the compass, elevation of the pole, latitude, sea coasts, 



a UENKUAI, MAPS OF THK WORLD, EiC. 

etc., findj painted ; anno 1542." Casley's Catalogue of the ' 
Mas. in the King's Library, p. 306. 

This book is dedicated bj the author to king Henry VIII,, 
and the diagrams and maps have illuminated borders, and 
are otherwise ornamented in gold and colors. It is men- 
tioned by Malte-Brun, in his Hisloire de la Geographie, 
[ed. Huot, torn. i. p. 631,) who, on one point, compares it 
with the Additional Ms. 5413, and adds ; — 

" Ce curieux et important manuscrit est ^crit en Anglais, 
sur velin ; mais la dedicace est Frao^aise. Peuletre Tauteur 
elait-il im des Flamands qui passerent en Angleterre avec 
Anne de Cleves, en 1540. Outre un Calendrier et quelques 
instructions sur la navigation, il s'y trouve plusieurs cartas 
ex6cut^es avec exactitude et Elegance, en particulier uu 
planisphere qui termine la collection. La Nouvelle-HoIIande 
y est dessinee presque comme dans les cartes du xvii. si^cle, 
avant le voyage d'Abel Tasman : elle porte le nom de Terre 
de Java. 

" En comparant cet ouvrage avec la mappcmonde dont il a 
ete parle plus haut, on est porte a croire que les cartes de 
Rotz sont les originaux ; car elles contiennent beaucoup de 
noms portugais qni, dans I'antre, sont traduils en Frangais. 
Dans toutes deux la cote occidental de Borneo est situee 
comme ello doit I'etre, avec les noms de Porto de Borne et 
Pajros de Borne. An nord de Borneo on voit Palaouan on 
Palawan ; a Test sont les Moluques. Ces diJtails rendent in- 
admissible I'opiuiun de ceux, qui ont pretcndu ue voir, dans 
la Nouvelle Hollande de ces cartes, qu' une repetition erronee 
de rile de Borneo, nonamce Grand Java chez Marco-Pol. 
Dans la mappemonde, Borneo est a la verite, representee 
par uu carr^ oblong beaucoup trop petit ; mais cct erreur est 
commune a toutes les cartes du meme siecle, M. Coquebert- 
Monbret a vu une collection de cartes qui a appartenu au 
□omme Jean Valard, de Dieppe, et qui est de J'an 1552 ; on 
y trouve a peu pres lea meme choses que dans les deux 
cartes du Museum Britannique." 

The volume contains : — 

1. The arms of King Henry VIIL, emblazoned on a large 
scale. Underneath is written, " This boke of Idrography is 
made be me Johne Rotz, sarvant to the Kingis mooste excel- 
lent Majeste. Gode save his Majeste." fol. 1. b. 

2. The author's dedication of his work to Henry VIII., in 
which he mentions bis original intention to dedicate it to the 
King of France, who was then his Sovereign and Natural 
Lord ; in flench, fol. 2. 



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3. "The Introduction of the itiingis, the quhitche are con- 
teint in this booke. For to know the thingis conteint in this 
booke, it is to be wnderstand, that in the first thair is one 
figure for to know the maner of the poinctes or routtiK of all 
the wyndes of the Sey compas ; and efter thair is one uther 
figur, that doys teche the maner for to tak the eslevation of 
the poll in erery region, and this be the Norht Starr. Item 
more efter is declarit in one other leff the maner for to take 
the latitude in every region be the moyena of the aonne, and 
of one tahil of his declination from the equinoctial. Than 
cummis nixt efler in the lefTes following the landes and sey 
cosies of the Worlde, in so furr as be marinares and other 
saillarres it is knowin ; the quhitche descripsion of landis is set 
be ordorr, so that every leffe doys bcgynne thair quhair the 
precedent of it did leif, and so dois proceid quhil all the 
knowin partes of the sey costes be shawin in partiallitez. 
Quhair than thair doys cum in one leff the hoole description 
of the sey carte, made in rondnea efter the maner of cosmo- 
graphy, for in it al the costes ar ordaint wnder the meridiens 
and degrez of latitud, that be experiens ar fonde coire- 
spouding to thame. Item iu the bordorres of the leffes of the 
booke ar set the tabilles, quhar the leigges ar merkit and 
writin with cyfres be thair nombres, efter the proportion of 
xvij legges and one halfe for every degre of latitud, as be al 
saillars it is acoustumit. Item longes the bordorres of the 
said leffes ar markit the degrez of latitud efler thair propor- 
tiouDS and distances, he soche maner, that those that be be- 
north the equinoctial ar writtiu in thair nombres with blak 
lectrez of cyfre, and those that be be the soutlie partes of the 
said equinoctial ar writtin with reid lectrez of cyfre. So that 
be this lytil introduction may be al ihinges clerly wnde|r- 
stond." fol. 2. 

4. " The maner for to knowe the wyndis of all the pointes 
of the sey compas." fol. 3. b, 

5. " The maner for to knowe the elevacyon of the polle be 
the Nortbe Starr." fol. 4. 

6. A kalendar. fol. 5. b. 4 

7. " Tabil of the nombir of the degrez of the equinox,^ 
that every paralele of latitud doth conteoe of thame." fol. 6. 

8. " The extration of radices." fol. 6. 

Then follow eleven charts drawn on a plane scale, each 
1 f. lOjin. X 1 f. 9 in., viz.: 

9. Chart of the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean, 
from 34° Dorth to U" south. 



2b general maps op thk world, rtc, 

10. Chart of the Indian Ocean, from Cape Comorin on the 
west to Aimoey Bay in China on the east, and from 35° north 
to 19° south, including " Ljtil Java," [See the extract from 
Malte-Brun.] 

11. Chart of the coasts of Asia and Africa from Cape Co- 
morin to Cape Delgado, including the Persian Gulf and the 
Red Sea. 

12. Chart of the eastern coast of Africa, Irom the Line to 
the Cape, with Madagascar and the Ethiopian Archipelago. 

18. Chart of South Africa from 15" south on the east 
coast to d' north on the west coasL 

14. Chart of the western coast of Africa from the Gulf 
of Guinea to the Straits, with tlie adjacent isles, and a small 
part of the coast of South America. 

15. General chart of the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, 
and the Coasts of Europe, with the North Sea and the Baltic. 

16. Chart of the western coast of Europe, with the oppo- 
site coast of North America, from 74" to 29" north. 

17. Chart of the eastern coast of America from 51' to fi" 
north, the West Indies and Gulf of Mexico. 

18. Chart of the Atlantic Ocean, with the western coast of 
Africa from 27° to 9° north, and the opposite coast of South 
America from 9° north to 10" south. 

19. Chart of the eastern coast of South America from 6" 
south to the Straits of Magellan. 

20. Tlie Eastern and Western Hemispheres- 
Then follow :— 

21. The motto and badge of Henry VIII., viz., the red and 
white roses intermixed and surmounted by a crown. On the 
last page is tJiis inscription : 

" Heircndclh this booke of Idrogiaphy, made be me Johne 
Rotz, sanant to the Xingis mooste exellent Majeste, in the ;er 
of owr LordGode j". v'. xlij. and of his mooste triumphant 
regne the xxxiiij. yere. Excludit. Gode save his majeste." 

Add. Ms. 10,134. 
A Portolano, containing three maps, executed by some Italian 
artist about 1530, which formeriy belonged to Nicholas 
Canachi, a pilot of the Island of St. John of Patmos. On 
vellum; ench map 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 

On the first page is a colored drawing of the Virgto and 
Child ; underneath are the two following inscriptions : — 



eENSBAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 27 

*^ £ cbegto Uibro ita di Nioolo Canachi dell' isda di Sa. 
Gioane di Pattino, pillotto di mare.*' 

£ r^mof TO x^f^^^ ^^ '^^^ NrntoKov Hafom tow n«niyio rv 
oww a-rt ul wri va Aiyof¥o» 

The maps contain as follows : — 

!• Great Britain, the western coast of Europe and the 
StiaitSt 

2. The Adriatic Sea, and the Mediterranean between Spain 
and Greece, 

3. The Black Sea, the Arddpelago, and the Mediterranean 
eastward of Greece. 

EgerUm Ms. 767. 

A Portolano, containing four charts, on a plane scale, rudely 
drawn and colored on vellum, apparently by a Venetian artist, 
about the middle of the xvith century : each chart 1 f . 4 in. 
X 1 1 in. On the cover, the following coat of arms of some 
Italian family is painted, viz. : Quarterly, i. and iv. Paly of 
six, gules and argent ; ii. and iii. Argent, a tower (gules ?) 
standing on the ground vert, and surmounted by a pdm tree 
of the second. All within a lozenge, and surmounted by a 
coronet 

« 

1. Part of the western coast of Europe and Africa, from 
Cape Finisterre to Cape Verde. 

2. The British Isles, the western coast of Europis, the 
north-western coast of Africa, and the westernmost part of 
the Mediterranean. 

3. The Mediterranean westward of the Morea* 

4. The Mediterranean eastward of Corsica and Sardinia. 

Add. Ms. 5415. a. 

A Portolano, consisting of nine large charts on vellum, drawn 
on a plane scale, by Diego Homem, in 1568 ; very highly 
finished and ornamented in gold and colors, with the arms 
of the respective sovereigns emblazoned on the various 
countries. The outlines of some of the coasts are laid down 
in gold : each map 2 f. 7 in. X 1 f . 8 in. It was probably 
executed for I%ilip II. during the lifetime of Mary. 

1. A circular table for finding Easter-day. 

2. A table shewing the sun's declinations. 

3. Circular table shewing the seven climates, the zones, 

and the winds. 

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28 GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 

4. A chart of the World, on a plane scale: round the 
border is this inscription, in large capital silver letters (now 
black by age) on a puiple ground: — " Universalis mundi 
figum atque naTigationum orbis terrarum scitus." On one 
of the scales are emblazoned the arms of France and Eng- 
land quarterly ; on the other, the cross of St. George. 

At the comer is the name of the artist, with the date : — 
" Diegus Homem costnographus fecit hoc opus anno salutis 
1568." 

5. The British Isles, France with part of Belgium, Spain 
and Portugal with the opposite coast of Africa. 

The arms of Spain, which (on England) were impaled with 
the coat of England, have been defaced. 

6. The coasts of the Meditefranean from the Straits to the 
Morea, with the Adriatic. 

7. The western coast of Africa from the river of St. John 
to the Cape, with the eastern coast of South America fixim 
the river of Amazons to the river Plate. 

8. The eastern coast of Africa, the Red Sea, the Persian 
Gulf, and the coast of India to Cape Comorin and Ceylon. 

9. The coasts of Asia eastward of the Indus, with the 
islands of the Indian Archipelago. 

10. The eastern coast of North America, the West India 
Islands, with the westernmost coasts of Europe and Africa 
southward to Cape Rosso. 

1 1 . The soutlieni coasts of North America, with the eastern 
coast of South America. 

12. The northern and eastern coasts of South America, 
with part of the West Indies. 

Add. Ms. 9810. 

A large chart of the coasts of Europe, with the Black Sea, the 
Mediterraneau, and the western coast of Africa southward 
to Cape Verde ; drawn on a plane scale, by Giacopo Ves- 
chonte, of Maiolo, in 1562 ; richly ornamented with draw- 
ings of figures, tents, etc. On vellum : 3 f. 9 in. x 2 f. 9 iu. 
It is inscribed, " Jacobus Veschonte de Maiolo composuit 
banc cartani in Janua, anno Domini 1562, die x. Otobris." 

Coilonian Ms. Aug. I. i. lo. 
A chart of the regions from lat. 62° north and between 20° E. 1. 
and 110 W.I.; drawn on vellum, temp. Ehzabetfa: 1 f. 11 
in. X 1 f. 5 in. 



NEHAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 



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Cottonian Ms. Aug, i. i. n. 

A colored chart of ihe coasts of Englancl, Ireland, and the west 
of Europe ; drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth : 2 f. 2 in. x 
1 f. 4 in. 

Harleian Ms. 3430. 

" Eighteen rery curious geographical charts, elegantly drawn 
on vellum, in colors and gilding, by John Martines, of Mes- 
sina, in the year 1578?" Harleian Catalogue, vol. iii. p. 27. 
Each chart measures 1 f. 2 in. x 9) in. ; laid down on a 
plane scale. 

1. The world, on a planisphere. 

2. The two hemispheres. 

Inscribed, "Joan Marlines en Messina afiy 1618." The 
two middle figures have been altered, probably from 1578, 

3. The world spherically projected, on twelve gores, for 
applying to a solid globe. 

4. China, with part of Japan. 

5. The Sea of China and the Eastern Archipelago, with 
part of the north coast of New Holland, which is here called 
" Meridionale, discoperta novamente." 

6. The coast of Asia, from Ormus on the west to Cochin 
China on the east, with Sumatra, Java, and part of Borneo. 

7. The Mediterranean eastward of the Morea, the lied 
Sea, and the Persian Gulf, witli the eastern coast of Africa 
to 3° south. 

8. Africa, south of the equator, with part of the Indian 
Ocean, 

9. The western coast of AJiica from 20" north to 24° 
south. 

10. The western coast of Mexico and North America from 
9° to 53° north, Japan, and part of the coast of Asia. 

11. The coasts of Mexico from 15" north, the Isthmus of 
Panama, and the western coast of South America to 29° 
south. 

12. South America from 23° south, with the Straits of 
Magellan, and the Terra del Fuego. 

13. North-east coast of South America from 15° north to 
28° south. 

14. The Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, with 
the eastern coast of America from A6° north to the line. 

15. The western coast of Europe and Africa from 59* to 
14° north, with part of the eastern coast of North America. 



so GKMBIUI. MAP* OF TH8 WOBLD, 8TC. 

16. The wustera coast of Europe, and Africa from 62" to 1 
32" north, with the Mediterranean westward of Corfu. 

17. The Black Sea, the Archipelago, with the Meditei- 
ranean eastward of Sicily. 

18. The eastern coasts of the Black Sea and the Mediter- 
raneaD, with the Caspian Sea {Mare de Bachu), the northern 
part of the Persian Gulf, and part of Asia from 72" to 27* 
□ortl), 

Harleian Ms. 3469. 
" A collection of maps by John Martines, very similar to those 
in No. 3450, hut larger." Harleian Catalogue, vol. iii. p. 33. 
A Tolume of sea charts, on vellum ; drawn by Joan Mar- 
tines, of Messina, in 1578. Folio, containing seven charts, 
each 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. ; laid down on a plane scale. 

1. The two hemispheres. 

Inscribed, " Joan Martines eu Messina, afii 1578." 

2. Sicily and the Straits of Messina. 

3. The western coast of Africa from 1 8° north to 28" south, 
with the coast of South America between 3° and 21° south. 

4. Portugal, the Straits, and the western coast of Africa 
to 1 5" north. 

5. The British Isles, Iceland, etc., and the western coast of 
Europe, with the Mediterranean westward of M^orca, and 
the north-west coast of Africa. 

6. The Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean, from the Morea 
nearly to the Straits. 

7. The Black Sea, the Archipelago, and the Mediterra- 
nean eastward of the Ionian Isles. 

Coitonian Ms. Aug. i. i. art. i. 
A spherical projection of a part of the northern hemisphere, 
including all America north of the line, and tlie western parts 
of Europe and Africa, by John Dee, 1580, veiy neatly drawn, 
on vellum : 3 f, 3 in. x 2 f. 2 in. On the back is written an 
account of the discovery of various regions by natives of 
Great Britain, intitled, " A brief remembrance of sundry 
forein regions, discovered, inhabited, and partly conquered 
by the subjects of this Brytish monarchic," with " the 
Queene's Maiesties title royall to these foreyn regions and 
Hands." 

This is, most probably, one of the Charts given, with the 
Instructions, to Charles Jackman and Arthur Felt, who sailed 
21 May, 1580. See Cottonian Ms. Olho, e. viii, art. is. 



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Cottonian Ms. Otho, E. nn. art. ifi. fol. 77, 
** Some directions for a voyage to Cathay by the North Seas, 
signed John Dee ; with a small chart. May 15, 1580." 
Cottonian Catalogue, p. 370. 

The chart is a slight pen and ink sketch by Dee. The 
Ms. has been damaged by fire, but in the Lansdowne Mb, 
122, art. a, is a transcript, with the title at length, viz. : 

" Instructions for the two masters, Charles Jackman and 
Arthur Pett, geven and delyvered to them, at the Court day, 
holden at the Moschovy house, the I7th of May, A", 1580. 
With which instructions, a new charte (made by hand) was 
geven allso to eche of the sayd two masters, expressing thpir 
Cathay voyage, more exactly then any other, yett pub- 
lisshed." 

Add. {Sloaae} Ms. 5019. 

A Portolano, or collection of sea charts, on vellum, by Joan 

Martin es, of Messina, anno 1582. Folio, containing seven 

charts, each I f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1^ in.; drawn on a plane scale. 

The names are in Spanish. 

1. The two hemispheres. 

Inscribed, " JoanMartines en Messina, aHy 1582." 

2. Sicily and the Straits of Messina. 

3. The western coast of Africa, from 19° north, or Cape 
Verde to the Cape of Good Hope. 

4. Portugal, the Straits, and the western coast of Africa 
southward to Cape Verde. 

5. The British Isles, Iceland, etc., and the western coast 
of Europe, with the Mediterranean westward of Majorca, 
aod the north-west coast of Africa. 

0. The Adriatic Sea, and the Mediterranean from the 
Morea on the east to Carthagena on the west. 

7. The Black Sea, the Archipelago, and the Mediterranean 
eastward of the Ionian Isles, 

Add. Ms. 9811. 

A chart of the Black Sea and the Mediterraneain, with the coast 

of Portugal and the north-west coast of Africa, drawn on a 

plane scale by Joanne Riczo, otherwise Oliva, in 1587, The 

names are in ludian. On vellum : 3 f. x 1 f. 8 in. 

It is inscribed, " Joanne Riczo alias Oliva, figlio de mastro 
Dominico, in Napolc, a di 7 de Novembre, auno 1587." 



32 OEBTBRAL MAPS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 

Jdd. Ms. 11,549. 

A Portolano, drawn on vellam, on a plane scale, by some Italian . 
artist, about 1580. It is of rather coarse execution, and con- 
tuns three charts, each 1 f. 10| in. x 1 £ 3 in. 

1. The Black Sea, the Archipelago, the Adriatic Sea, and 
the Mediterranean nearly to the Straits. 

2. England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the western coasts 
of Europe and Africa to 21^ south. 

3. The Archipelago, on a larger scale. 

Cottonian Ms. Aug. i. i. art. i5. 

A chart of the western coast of Europe and Africa, southward 
to the Gulf of Guinea, drawn on a plane scale, by Pedro 
de Lemos, at Fez, in ] 594. On vellum : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 

Jdd. Ms. 9814. 

A Portolano containing ten charts, on a plane scale, drawn on 
vellum, probably before the year 1600. The names are in 
Spanish ; each measures 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f . 4 in. It formerly 
belonged to the collection of the Duke di Cassano Serra. 

1. The world. 

2. Asia and the Indian Archipelago. 

3. Persia, Arabia, and the eastern coast of Africa. 

4. Western coast of Africa, southward of Cape Verde. 

5. South America from lat. 6^ south. 

6. America and the West Indies, between, 43® north and 
7^ south. 

7. The Atlantic Ocean between 62^ north and 8^ south, 
bounded on the east by Ireland, Portugal, and part of the 
cottsi of Africa, and on the west by the north-east of South 
America and of North America, which last is inscribed, 
'^ Tienra de Labrador," " Tierra de Baccalaos," and " Tierra 
j» Im Bietones.** 

^ The western coast of Europe, with part of the Medi- 
QmvuMaii. 

;k Xlie Mediterranean, from the Morea on the east to Oran 
v^ ^ wiNlf with the western part of the Baltic. 

IWk. tile Black Sea, and the Mediterranean westward of 
,ike Iju w i M i lsl«s« 

Add. Ms. 10,041. 

t h^ :»iK^ §<•% the Archipelago, the Adriatic Sea and the 
>feig|iiMnMUMtti ; drawn on a plane scale, on vellum : ^^ Mayde 
>> CliMMi»Lii|KS in Shidwdl, neere unto the mill.** 



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The chart measures 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in., and is laid down 
on wood to shut as a book. On the outside are painted the 
arms of Medici, surmounted by the grand ducal coronet and 
' a cardinal's hat. As there were many cardinals of this family, 
it is uncertain to which of them it belonged. This map was 
formerly in the Library of the Earl of Guilford. 

Add. Ms. 9912. 

Map of the coasts extending from the south-east of Africa 

to the Bay of Bengal, with the Islands, drawn on a plane 

scale, probably about 1600. The names ia Portuguese. On 

vellum : 3 f. 4 in. X 2 f. 3 in. 

Add. Ms. 9813. 
Map of the coasts of the Mediterranean and Black Sea, and of 
the northern and western coasts of Europe, with the north- 
west of Africa; drawn on a plane scale, probably about 1600. 
The names in Italian. On vellum : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 10 in. 

Egerlon Ma. 819. 
A Fortolano, containing ten charts, on vellum, drawn on a plane 
scale by Joannes Oliva, at Marseilles, in 1613 : each chart 
1 f. 1 1 in. X 1 f, 5 in. At the end are emblazoned the fol- 
lowing arms, surmounted by a helmet : azure, a lion rampant 
party per fess or and gules, holding a rose proper, debniised 
by a bendlet of the second ; standing on the ground proper, 
with water in base, in which are three ducks. 

1. The North Sea, the British Isles, the western coast of 
Europe, the north-west coast of AMca, and the Mediter- 
ranean west of Corsica and Sardinia. 

2. The western coasts of Europe and Africa southward to 
Cape Blanco, with the eastern coast of North America, (here 
called *' Norumberga,") southward to Cape Hatteras ap- 
parently. 

3. The eastern coast of North America south of Cape 
Hatteras, the West Indies, the coasts of Mexico, the Isthmus 
of Darien and part of the north coast of South America. 

4. The West Indies, the Isthmus of Darien, and the coasts 
of South America to 19° south. 

5. The coasts of South America from 12° south to the 
Straits of Magellan. 

6. The western coast of Africa from Cape Blanco south- 
ward to Bird Island, with the opposite coast of Brazil. 

7. The coasts of Africa south of the line, with Madagas- 
car and the adjacent islands. 



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34 GENERAL MAPS OF THE WOULD, ETC. 

8. The IndiaQ Ocean from 10" south, with the Red Sea 
and Persian Gulf, and the south-eastern comer of the 
Mediterranean, 

9. The coasts of Bengal, Siam, Sumatra, Java, China, 
and the islands of the Chinese Seas and North Pacific Ocean. 

10. "Typusorbis terramm:" a plane chart of the world, 
in an obloug form. 

At the foot is this inscription : 

" Joannes Oliva fecit in civitate Marsilise, anno 1613." 

11. The Archipelago and Sea of Marmora. 
19. The Adriatic Sea. 

Add.MB. 64.15. c. i. 

Chart, on a plane scale, of the western coasts of Europe and 
Africa, with the eastern coast of South America ; " made 
by John Daniell, in St. Katherins, nere unto the Towre of 
London, anno 1614, March." On vellum : 3 f. 3 in. x 2 f. 
Sin. 

Add. Ms. 11,765. 
A Portolano, or collection of charts, drawn on a plane scale, by 
Giovanni Battiata C avail ini, of Leghorn, in 1644; on vellum, 
ornamented in gold and colors : each chart measures 2 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. 8 in. The volume is in old richly ornamented morocco 
binding, and some of the original silver clasps still remain. 
The maps are as follow : 

1. "Tipus Orbis Terrarum." 

2. The Mediterranean west of Elba and Cape Bon, with 
the western coasts of Spain and Portugal, and the north- 
western coast of Africa. 

It is inscribed, " Giovanni Battista Cavallini fece in 
Livomo, anno Dom. mdcxliih." 

3. The Adriatic and the central part of the Mediterranean, 
from Antibes on the west to the Morea on the east. 

4. The Mediten-anean east of the Morea, with the Archi- 
pelago and Sea of Marmora. 

d. The Island of Sicily, on a large scale. 

6. The Islands of Malta and Gozo, on a large scale. 

7. The Island of Sardinia, on a large scale. 

8. The Islands of Majorca, Minorca, Ivi^a, and Formen- 
tara, on a large scale. 



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Add. Ms. 5414. art. is. 

Chart of the western coast of Europe and Africa southward to 
Sierra Leone, with the opposite coasts of North and South 
America, on a plane scale ; ^' made by Nicholas Comberford, 
dwelling neare to the west end of the schoole house, at the 
signe of the Piatt, in Redcliffe, anno 1657.'' On vellum : 2 
f. 4 ^ in. X 1 f. 10 in. 

Add. Ms. 5415. c. 2. 

Chart of the Black Sea, the Archipelago, the Adriatic and the 
Mediterranean; drawn by Nicholas Comberford, in 1657. 
On vellum : 3 f. 8 in. x 2 f. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. 8. 

Chart of the Black Sea, the Adriatic, and the Mediterranean, 
with the coast of Portugal; drawn on a plane scale by 
Nicholas Comberford, in 1664. The name and date have 
been nearly obliterated. On vellum : 4 f . 2 in. x 2 f 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. is. 

Chart of the western coast of Europe and Africa, and the 
eastern coast of South America, on a plane scale ; drawn by 
Nicholas Comberford, in 1664. On vellum : 3 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 
4^ in. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. ii. , 

Chart of the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Red Sea, with 
the eastern coast of Africa, on a plane scale ; drawn by Nicho- 
las Comberford. The date has been rubbed out. On vellum : 
3 feet X 2 f. 5 J in. 

Add. Ms. 10,133. 

A Portolano, containing five maps executed by Pietro Cavallini, 
of Leghorn, in 1669. On vellum : each 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 

1. " Tipus Orbis Terrarum;" the World, on a plane scale. 

2. The coast of Spain, with the Mediterranean east of 
Antibes. 

3. The Mediterranean between Majorca and Cattaro. 

4. The Sea of Marmora, the Archipelago, and the Mediter- 
ranean east of Sicily. 

It is inscribed, '* Pietro Cavallini, in Livomo, anno 1669.'* 

5. The Archipelago, on a larger scale. 

Add. Ms. 5027. arts. 43-49. 

Outline chart of the coasts of England, Ireland, Scotland, 
France, Spain and the western coast of Africa, and parts of 

f2 



36 OENEBAL MAPS OF TBE WOULD, ETC. 

the eastern coasts of North and South America, by Sehastian 
de Rueato, about 1670 ; drawn on paper, on seven sheets. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art 7. 
Chart of the Black Sea, the Adriatic, and the Mediterranean, 
on a plane scale, " made by John Thornton, at the signe of 
the Piatt in the Minories, anno Domini 1679." On vellum: 
3 f. 9 in. X 2 f. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. i. 
A spherical projection of the Southern Hemisphere, 3 f. 8 iu. in 
diameter, drawn on vellum, probably about 1680. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. a. 
A spherical projection of the Northern Hemisphere, 3 f, 8 in. in 
diameter, drawn on vellum, by the same hand, probably about 
1680. 

Add. Ms. 5027. art. 77. 
Portions of a large General Atlas or Chart of the World, on a 
plane scale, drawn in colors on vellum, by a Dutch artist, 
whose initials are Dn. P., at Batavia, in 16f)2-1683. 

a. The British Isles and western coast of Europe, with 
the Azores: measuriug I f. 1 in. x 11 iu. 

b. Western coast of Europe and Africa, from Cape Finisterre 
to Cape Roxo, with the Cape Verde Islands, the Azores, and 
the Bank of Newfoundland ; on 3 sheets : together 2 f. 1 in. 

X I f. 8 in. 

c. The coast of Brazil, from Maranham to the Rio de la 
Plata, with the western coast of Africa, from Cape Negro to 
the Cape ; on 3 sheets : together 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in, 

d. The eastern coast of Africa, with the Red Sea and Per- 
sian Gulf, Madagascar, and the adjacent isles, and Endraght's 
Land on the western coast of Australia; on 4 sheets: to- 
gether 3 f. 1 in. X 2 f. 6 in. 

e. Hindostan, Aracan, Pegu, Malacca, Sumatra, with the 
Maldives and other islands ; on 2 sheets : together 1 f. 4| in. 

X 1 f. 4^ in. 

f. The coast of China to 35° N., with the islands of For- 
mosa and Kiusiu, the isles of Lieucbicu, etc. ; on 5 sheets : 
together 3 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 10 in. 

g. Southern point of Africa: 1 f. 1 in. x Sin. 

h. Eastem coast of Africa, from the Cape to Magadoxo : 
1 f. 6 in. X I f. 1 in. 



GENERAL MAPS OF THE WOHLD, ETC. 



37 



i. Soulhern part of Madagascar, with Bome of the Capes 
OB £aat Africa and the islands ; 2 sheets : together 1 f. 10 in. 
X 1 f. 7 in. 

k. Southern part of Madagascar : 7^ in. x 5^ in. 

1. Islands of Ouro, etc., in the Indian Ocean: 11) in. x 
9iin. 

m. n. Endragbt's Land, on the West of Australia : two co- 
pics; one 1 f. X 9 io., the other 11 in. x 6^ in. 

o. p. Sumatra and the Straits of Malacca : two copies ; 
one 11 in. x 9 in., the other If. x 7^ in. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. 6. 
" Description of all the navigable parts of the world that is yet 
discovered," drawn " by William Hack, at the signe of Great 
Britain and Ireland, near New Staires, at Wapping, anno 
Domini 1687," on Mercator's projection. On paper, measur- 
ing 4 f. X 9 f. 8 in. 

Add. Ms. 5414. art. 3. 
" A Plait of part of Europ, Africa, and America, made by Joel 
Gascoyne, at the signe of the Piatt, near Wapping Old Stayres, 
3 doores belowe the Chappell, anno Dora. 1686," dedicated 
to Christopher Monk, second Duke of Albemarle. It is con- 
structed OH a plane scale, and measures 4 f. 3 in. x 2 f. 4 in. 
On paper. 

Add. Ms. 5415. B. 
Portions of a large outhne Atlas of the World, drawn on a 
spherical projection, about the year 1700, [by Philip Jacob 
Thelolt ?] in pen and ink. On thirteen sheets, each measur- 
ing 2 f. 4 in. X 2 f. 

1- The western half of Europe. 

2. Europe, within the Arctic Circle. 

3. Western coast of Africa, from Cape Bojador to Cape 
Formosa. 

4. Western coast of Africa, from Fernando Po to the Line, 
with Central Africa. 

5. Western coast of Africa, from the Line to the Tropic of 
Capricorn, and part of the Eastern coast, including Sofala 
Bay. 

0. Eastern coast of Africa, from the Line to the Tropic of 
Capricorn, with Madagascar and the adjoining isles. 

7. Eastern coast of Africa, from the Tropic of Cancer to 
the Line, with part of the coasts of Arabia. 



38 GENERAL MAPS OF THE WORLD^ ETC. 

8. Hindostan and Ceylon. 

9. Birmah and Cochin China, with Sumatra, Borneo, the 
Philippine and other isles. 

10. The Moluccas and Ladrone Islands. 

11. Western coast of Mexico. 

12. Eastern coast of Mexico, with central America, the 
Isthmus of Darien, and the West India Islands. 

13. Northern coast of South America, with the Islands of 
the Caribbean Sea. 

Add. Ms. 5415. d. i. 

Unfinished outlines of the World as known to the ancients, 
drawn in pen and ink by Philip Jacob Thetott ; probably 
about the year 1700. On paper, measuring 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f; 
6 in. 

Add. Ms. 5415. d. 2. 

An unfinished map of the World as known to the ancients ; 
drawn in pen and ink, apparently by the same hand as the 
preceding. On paper, measuring 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f . 1 in. 

Add. {Shane) Ms. 5027. b. fol. S5. 

A rough sketch of the habitable world, drawn in pen and ink 
by a Persian hand, with names and explanations in Persian ; 
probably about the year 1680. It is of a circular form, on 
paper, measuring 10 in. in diameter. 

This map resembles in many respects that which is de- 
scribed by Moeller in his Catalogue librorum tarn manuscript 
tarum quam impressorum in Bibliotheca Goiliana^ 4to. 
Gothae, 1825, App. ii. p. 13, and engraved at p. 28. 

The volume in which this map is contained belonged for- 
merly, it is presumed, to Ka^mpfer: it consists chiefly of 
Pfosan drawings of animals and sports, some of which are 
xntrodnced on a smaller scale in his Amcenitates ExotioBj 
4Ui. Lemgov. 1712. 



ENGLAND. 



GENERAL MAPS. 



ENGLAND. 



GENERAL MAPS. 



I 



Old jRoyal Libr. Ms. 14 c. vii. 

Matth^i Paris Historia a conquestu AngUas ad a.d. 1259, 
quo obiit, propria illius manu scripts ; cum Caleudario, 
Mappa Anglia;, picturis urbium inclitarum, regiim Angliie 
cum monasteriis ab eis fundatis, scutonim Tariorum, et pro- 
pria ad pedes B. Virginis prostrati." Casley's Catalogue of 
the Mss. in Ihe King's Library, 1734, p. 231. 

This manuscript was preseuted by the author himself to 
some monastery, most probably to that of'St, Alban's, but 
the name has been erased, at fol. 6. b. In 1488 it belonged 
to John Russell, Bishop of Lincoln and Lord Chancellor, by 
whom it was given to New College, Oxford, subject, how- 
ever, to a claim on the part of the monasteiy of St, Alban's, 
if its prior possession of the Ms. could be proved. The 
volume came into the Royal Library as part of the collection 
of John, Lord Lumley, the son-in-law of the last Earl of 
Arundel of the Fitzalan family. 

The map of England, Wales, and Scotland, contcuned in 
this volume at fol. 5. b., measures 14 in. x 9^ in., and is 
engraved of the same size in Cough's British Topography, 
Plate ii. It is described by him at great length in the same 
work, vol. i. pp. 61-64, where he gives the whole of the 
names which occur in the map. 



King's Library, df v. 27. i. 

" The most antient map of Brittain, drawn by Matt. Paris, in 
the Ms. of his own writing in the Cotton Library, his history 
of England." 



ENGLAND.— OENERAJ. MAPS. 



It is a pea and ink copy, on a reduced scale, of the pie- 
ceding map ill the Old Royal Library, 14 c. vn., and not in 
the Coitonian Library, as inscribed on the copy. 



Cottonian Ms. Claudius, D. vi. fol. 8. b. 

" Figurata Angliis delineatio, cum parte Scotia." Catalogue 
of the Mss. in ihe Cottonian Library, 1802, p. 196. 

This map is in another copy of Matthew Paris' work, 
which, like the last, is supposed to have been written with 
his own hand. It is called by Gough " the completest map 
of Great Britain for this period." It is intire, except on the 
western edge, and takes in the whole extent of the island. At 
three of the sides are the cardinal points expressed in capitals, 
Adster, Oriens, Occidens. It measures 13 in. x 9 in., 
and is engraved, of the same size mth the original, in Gough'g 
British Topography, Plate iv., and is miuutely described by 
him, vol. i. pp. 66-71 of the same work, where, as in the case 
of the last, he gives all the names which are found in the 
map 

A third copy of Matthew Paris, also containing a map of 
England, and like the two copies here mentioned, attributed 
to his own hand, is in the collection of Mss. given by Arch- 
bishop Parker to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. It is 
numbered C. v., and the map is engraved and described in 
Cough's work? 

Cottonian Ms. Julius, D. vn. fol. 49. b. 

" Bievea annotationes regnorum et episcopatuum antiquorum 
AngUffi, cum mappis et tabulis gGnealogfcis regum." Cotto- 
nian Catalogue, p. 16. 

The map of England which is contained in the above Ms. 
is of the thirteenth century, and very closely resembles that 
in the Cottonian Ms. Claudius, d. vi. It is of the same 
size, but has been folded so as to form four leaves of the 
volume in which it is found, and which is a small 4to. The 
map is much corroded by the verdigris used in the coloring. 
It appears to have escaped Gough's notice. 

Cottonian Ms. Nero, d. i. fol. 166. b. 

* 8oh«ma Britanniie, cum quatuor viis." Cottonian Catalogue, 
p. &J17. 

.\ mdp tkctch of the four Roman roads, made in the thir- 
Imiuth v'votuiy, and contained in the same Ms. belonging to 
Si. .Vlbui's abbey, which has been already mentioned at pp. 
U, U 




ENGLAND. — GENERAL MAPS. 48 

It is engravedy of the same size with the original, in Plate i. 
of Gough^s British Topography^ and is described by him at 
pp. 9-11 of vol. L 

See the Cottonian Mss. Claud, b. vii. fol. 204, and Claud. 
E. VIII. fol. 7. b. 

« 

Harleian Ms. 1808, fol. 9. b. 

^^ Totius Britannise Tabula Chorographica." Catalogue of the 
Harleian Mss. vol. ii. p. 245. 

A small colored map of the fifteenth century, on vellum, 
shewing the principal towns and the rivers. The sea is co- 
lored green. It measures 9 in. x 6 in. This map appears 
to have been unknown to Gough. 

Cottonian Ms. Domitian, xviii. art. 13. S. 97-123. 

" Variae mapps chorographicsB Hibemia;, Scotiae, Anglise et 
Walliae, quarum illse quae Angliam describunt Saxonicis cha- 
racteribus a laudato, ut videtur, Laur. Nowello exarantur: 
additis quibusdam observationibus historicis." Cottonian 
Catalogue, p. 575. 

A series of maps of the three kingdoms, drawn by Lau- 
rence Nowell, Dean of Lichfield, who died in 1576. Eng- 
land is depicted in thirteen maps, Scotland and Ireland in 
three each ; ^^ the former distributed according to the no- 
bility who take their titles from or had property in the coun- 
ties. They have the degrees of longitude and latitude 
marked on the sides ; and in the northern, and some other 
counties, the Saxon names and writing are retained."—" The 
observationes historica are, for Ireland, the archbishopricks, 
havens, and names of princes ; for Scotland, a short account 
of the Scotch Isles, and " Scocia ex Higdeno "; the rivers 
are expressed in Derbyshire, Rutlandshire, Northumberland 
and Suffolk ; and in other counties the proprietors of lands ; 
in the northern counties, the dales ; in Wales, the shires.'* 
See Gough'^s British Topography , vol. i. p. 89. 

Old Royal Libr. Ms. 18 d. hi. 

" Maps of the several counties of England ; printed about the 
year 1579 ; paynted. Whereon are written the names of all 
the justices of peace in England, at that time, and several 
other curious things. Also several Ms. maps and draughts of 
sea ports, etc. It was Lord Burghley^s book ; and several 
memoranda are written in it with his own hand/' Casley's 
Catalogue, p. 284. 
This. is the first English Atlas. It was undertaken by 

G 2 



14 ENGLAND. — GENERAL MAPS. 

Christopher Saxton, of Yorkshire, about the year 1574, ud- 
der the patronage of Thomas Seckford, of Suffolk, Master of 
the Requests to Queen Elizabeth, and his arms (viz. quar- 
terly of Seckford, Hunter, Hackford, and Gcney) are en- 
graved on every map, together with those of the Queen. 

An account of this copy is given by Gough iu his British 
Topography, vol. i. pp. 88, 89. 

The manuscript maps which are added to Ibis copy, appa- 
rently for the use of Lord Burghley, are as follows, each of 
which will be found hereafter more fully described in its re- 
spective place. 

1. A colored plan of Falmoath Haven. On vellum, fol.9. 

2. A colored plan of the coast of Devon and Dorset, from 
Dartmouth to Melcombe Regis. On vellum, fol, 15. 

3. A colored plan of the Isle of Wight and the opposite 
coast of Hampshire, fol. 17. 

4. A colored plan of the river Stour from Sandwich to 
Fordwich, with the neighbouring country, fol. 21. 

5. An outline map of Windsor Forest, with a sketch of the 
seal of the Castle, fol. 31. 

6. An outline map of Northamptonshire, with parts of the 
neighbouring counties, fol. 43. 

7. A colored map of Worcestershire, with parts of the 
neighbouring counties, fol. 58, 

8. A colored plan of the Humber mouth and coast up 
to Scarborough, being the East Ridingof Yorkshire, fol. 62. 

9. A colored plan of Scarborough Castle, fol. C4. 

10. An outline map of the Bishopric of Durham, fol. 69. 

11. "A platt of the opposite borders of Scotland to the 
West Marches of England." fol. 76. 

12. An outline map of Lancashire, fol.81. 

13. An outline map of Shropshire, fol. "Se. 

14. An outline map of the Forest of Morfe in Shropshire, 
fol. 87. 

16, A colored plan of Shrewsbury, fol, 89. 

16. A colored map of the Hundred of Clun in Shropshire, 
fol. 91. 

17. A colored map of the Hundred of Oswestry, fol. 93. 

18. A colored plan of the Haven of Jersey, fol. 119. 

19. A colored plan of the Northern part of Norway, Sweden, 
and part of Russia. On Telhim. fol. 123. 



ENGLAND. — GENERAL HAFS. 



Cottonian Ms. Aug. i. i. 9. 
[ A colored map of Great Britain and Ireland ; drawn on vellum, 
temp. Elizabeth : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 6 in. 

' Harleian Ms. 3813. 

" A brief description of the several counties of England, Ire- 
land and Scotland, with printed and colored maps, engraved 
by Peter Kerius in 1599, the Dames of places being mostly in 
very old and barbarous spelling." Harleian Catalogue, vol. 
iii. p. 83. 

A series of couuty maps engraved on a very small scale ; each 
4j in. X 3^ in., with descriptions in manuscript. They are 
not mentioned by Gough. 

King's Library, di vi. 63. 
A colored " mapp of the South Coast of Great Britain, shewing 
the principal harbours, towns and fortiUcalJons ; extracted 
from several of the best and most modem surveys, as well as 
the proper obsenations of Coll. Christian Lilly, one of his 
Majesties Ingeniers, 1718." It shews all England, south of 
Fishguard, Hereford, Bedford and Harwich ; with the coast 
of France from Calais to St. Cler. Drawn on a scale of 9 
miles to an inch : 4 f. x 1 f. 8 in. 

King's Library, ft vi, 97. 
A colored general map of the south-east part of England, viz. 
from Towcester and Portsmouth on the west and Orford 
Haven on the north, shewing the chief military positions : 
drawn in 1766, by Wm. Roy, [afterwards Major-general,] on 
a scale of S| miles to an inch : with a general section of the 
country on the meridian from Brightb elm stone to London, 
supposed to be viewed from the cast, and a general section of 
the country on the meridian, supposed to be viewed from the 
west : 3 f. 6 in. X 3 f. 4 in. 

King's Library, ^ v. 91. 

A map of the principal roads of the midland part of England, 

from Nottingham and Derby on the north, and Bath and 

Rochester on the south : without a scale, but about Ij- inch 

to lOmUes: 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. 

King's Library, d? v. ss. 
A map of the principal roads of England south of London and 
Cardiff: without a scale, but 1^ inch to a mile: 4f.6in. x 
1 f. 4 in. 



46 ESKIIAXD^— GKirSBAL 



CANAL NAVIGATION OF ENGLAND. 

Kin^M Library y ft Ms. 51. 

^ Bescbreibnng aller in England bereits rollendeten in Albeit 
sdenden nnd pro|ectirten Canale, wie anch der Franzosischen 
Canale bey St Omer and le Catelet, so wie solche im jahre 
1777 sich wiirklich befiinden ond aufgezeichnet sind, Ton 
Jobann Liidewig Hogrewe, Ingenieor Haaptman." Dedi- 
cated to K. George III., and illostrated with highlj finished 
colored drawings, consisting of maps, plans, and sections of 
the canals, bridges, aqueducts, as follows : — 

1 . A general map of all the canals in England, shewing also 
those which were projected : drawn on a scale of 15 miles to 
an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. 

2. Plan and elevation of the bridge over the Thames at 
Maidenhead. Flan and elevation of the bridge over the 
Chcru'ell at Oxford. 

3. Plan and elevation of the aqueduct at Brinklow in 
Warwickshire. Map of the canal between Coventry and 
Oxford. 

4. Flan, sections, and elevations of the canal tunnels at 
Fenny Compton and Newbold, in Warwickshire, with details 
of the bridges, locks and boats on the same canal. Map of 
the canal from Lichfield to Coventry. 

5. Elevation and plan of the bridge over the Severn at 
Stourport Map of the canal between the Severn and the 
Trent and Mersey Canal. Plan of the junction of the canal 
with the Severn near Stourport ; with a plan of the levels. 
Map of the canals near Stourbridge, Dudley, and Prestwood. 

«>• Map of the canal from Birmingham to Atherley. Plan 
jt die canal wharfs at Birmingham. Map of the canal from 
LiBfriey Bridge to the Trent. Map of the Trent and Mersey 
LJumL tcom the Trent to its junction with the Severn Canal. 
Map Jt the Trent and Mersey Canal, from Runcorn to its 
uucuun with the Severn Canal. 

*: Hup of the Duke of Bridgewater's Canal. Plan and 
«ev«uuiL Jt" a double lock on the Duke of Bridgewater s 

, „,,. •'J'jji . jf the sluices and basins of the Duke of Bridge- 

Tier'' v'dmii it Runconi, with the levels, and plans and . 

^;«mBS.oL iatt-doodgates, backwater, and boats. 

■iiiia^ MictBJBS. and levels of the reservoir at Man- 
. -HMTk i::e iiuuBtinct i^er the Irwcll, and other parts of the 

Mi M oi 



ENGLAND. — GENERAL MAPS. 



47 



9. Map of the canal from Liverpool to Leeds, with the 
branches to Wigan and Bradford. Plan and elevation of the 
double lock on the canal. 

10. Plan and elevation of the aqueduct over the two branches 
of the river Aire, at Great Gottingley. View of the five gate 
lock at Bingley. Plan and elevation of the sluice gates at 
Boston. 

11. Plan, section, and elevation of the sluices at Boston. 
Plans and elevations of the locks, etc., on the canal of St 
Omer. Plan and section of the tunnel of the Sonune and 
Schdde Canal at Gathelet in Picardy. 



COASTS OF ENGLAND 



WESTERN COAST OF ENGLAND, 



(FROM LIVERPOOL TO THE ISLES OP SCILLY.) 



A COLORED plan of tbe fortifications and castle of Liverpool, 
" which was beginning, buth not finitz ;" drawn in the year 
1644 by Sir Bernard de Gomme, [who was afterwards Quar- 
ter-Master-General and Surveyor of the Ordnance, under 
Charles II. and James II. ;] on a scale of 100 paces to an 
inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4^ in. [Add. 5027. A. art. 63.] 

A colored sketch of the country firom Gloucester to Pembroke, 
with Milford Haven, as reconnoitred by Lieut. Col. Watson, 
Deputy Quarter-Master-General of his Majesty's Forces; 
drawn by Lieut, [afterwards Major General] William Roy, 3d 
March, 1756, on a scale of f inch to a mile : 9 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 
4 in. Attached is Col. Watson's Report on the state of the 
Roads and Passes, [ifr vi. 114.] 

Another copy of Col. Watson's survey; drawn on the same 
scale and size. [<A vi. 115.] 

A colored chart of Milford Haven ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 
1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 20.] 

A colored plan of Milford Haven, with the ceuntry up to Ha- 
verfordwest and Canaston Bridge, surveyed by Lieut. Col. 
Watson, March 3d, 1756, and drawn by Lieut. William Roy, 
on a scale of 1000 yards to an inch ; with plans and elevations 
of Stack Rock, on a scale of 60 feet to an inch, and of Bickton 
Point, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch: 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 
[g? XLVii. so.] 

Another copy of the same plans and elevations ; drawn on the 
same scale and size, by Lieut. William Roy. [^ XLVii. 
81. a. b.] 

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52 WESTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. 

Another copy of the same plans and elevations ; drawn on the 
same scale and size, by John Cleeve Pleydell. [^ XLvn. St.] 

A colored view of the Stack Rock, Milford Haven : 8 in. x 5 
in. [tf? XLVii. 87. 1. a.] 

*'Plan de Penbroke;" 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. 11,564. art. 13.] 

A view of Pembroke Castle, drawn in India ink, by Capt. 
Archibald Robertson, Engineer : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [A 

XLVII. 89. €.] 

A perspective draught of Pembroke Market House, highly 
finished in India ink, by Richard !p2vans : 1 f. x 9 in. [A 
XLVII. 89. g.] 

A colored view of Bridge End, Pembroke ; drawn by " 

Lloyd, Esq.*^ : 1 f. 7^ in. x 1 f. 1^ in. [fb XLVii. 89. A.] 

A colored map of the course of the river Severn, from Glou- 
cester to Cardiff, drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. 
[Coit Aug. I. ii. 17.] 

^^ Plan de Cardiff; " a colored plan, drawn by a French artist, 
about the year 1650, on a scale of 40 paces to an inch : 2 f. 
* X I f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 3.] 

A vlt>w of the cliff at Aust Passage, in the river Severn, drawn 
In India ink, by Samuel Henry Grimm, in Sept 1789: 10} 
ill* X 7 J in. [P. -R. Kaye, ii. i90.] 

A vit»w of the Old Passage over the Severn, at Aust, as seen 
fVoui ih0 New Passage ; drawn in India ink, by S. H. Grimm, 
iu 8t»pi. 1789 : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 192.] 

A vi0W of Au«t Passage, drawn in India ink, by S. H. Grimm, 
iu S*>|>t. 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. ICaye, ii. i89.] 

Vii>w of au iidand in tlie Severn and at the mouth of the Wye, 
takcu from a window at Aust Passage ; drawn in India ink, 
by M H. Urinun, in Sept. 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kayo, u. wi«] 

A V iow of Nihips getting up the river Avon with the tide, taken 
ixoui ibi> Ausl Passage Inn ; drawn in India ink, by S. H. 
thimm, iu August, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

Au iuui V iuw of Flatholme island in the Bristol Channel, taken 
from rtuiUtf ; copied in India ink, by S. H. Grimm, from an 
oii|4iu«U vh«4\iiug of Julius Ibbetson: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. 



WESTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. 53 

A colored chart of ^ The coste of England uppon Sevemei** 
being the whole north coast of Somersetshire ; with the forts 
erected thereon ;• temp. Henry VIII. : 6 f. 2 in. X 1 f. ICott. 
Aug. I. i. 8.] 

A view of some shoals in the Severn about King's Road, 
drawn in India ink, by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : lOl- 
in. X 7j in. [P. -R. Eaye, iv. «88.] 

A view of ships at anchor in King's Road, seen from a meadow ; 
drawn in India ink, by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10^ 
in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 275.] 

A view of the manner of unloading a Norway-man, in Eang's 
Road ; drawn in India ink, by S. H. Ghrimm, in August, 1789 : 
lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. rre.] 

A view of vessels coming up the river Avon; drawn in India 
ink, by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1788 : 10} in. x 7} in. 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 279.] 

A view of Portishead, from Nash, on Leigh Down ; drawn in 
India ink, by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1789 : 10^ in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. S86.] 

A colored plan, or bird's eye view of ^* Tindegal Island," or 
Tintagel Castle, near Bossiney, on the north coast of Corn- 
wall ; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
ICott. Aug. I. ii. 43.] 

A sketch in pencil of St. Agnes Beacon, on the north coast of 
Cornwall : 1 f. x 7 in. [fb ix. 58. i.] . 



THE SCILLY ISLANDS. 



A CHART of ^^Xics Sorlinges;'' the Scilly Islands ; drawn temp. 
Heniy VIIL : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Ms. Cott. Aug. i. is.] 

A rude chart of the Scilly Islands ; drawn in pen and ink, ap- 
parently about the year 1680 : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [^Add. 5027. 
A. art. 71.] 

A colored map of the islands of Scilly, with their fortifications, 
etc. ; drawn by Col. Christian Lilly, one of his Majesty's 
Engineers, 1715, on a scale of 4000 feet to an inch: 1 £ 3 
in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* Ms. 45. fol. 4.] 

The east prospect and a colored plan of Hugh Fort, alias the 
Star Castle, with the rest of its fortifications and avenues, upon 
St. Mary's Island in Scilly ; drawn by Col. Christian Lilly, 
1715, on a scale of 600 feet to SJ inches: 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
7 in. [lb Ms. 45. fol. 7.] 

A colored plan of the Star Castle on St. Mary's Island at Scilly, 
by Col. Christian Lilly ; drawn in the year 1715, on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [fb Ms. 45. 
fol. 9.] 

Plan and orthography of barracks for 120 men, proposed to be 
built in St. Mary's Island at Scilly ; by Col. Christian Lilly, 
1715 ; drawn on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 
f. 4 in. [lb Ms. 45. fol. 12.] 

A plan and upright of a Store-house, proposed to be built in 
his Majesty's Fort at Scilly; by Col. Christian Lilly, 1715; 
drawn on a scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in* X 1 f. 1 in. 
[d? Ms. 45. fol. 14.] 

A plan, upright and section of a house proposed to be built for 
the Master Gunner on St Mary's Island at Scilly ; by Col. 
Christian Lilly, 1717 ; drawn on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 4 in. X 9 in. [d? Ms. 45. fol. 16.] 



ENGLISH CHANNEL 



AND 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. 



GENERAL MAPS. 

A LARGE colored chart, or bird's eye view of the southern coast 
of England, from the Land's End to Exmouth ; drawn temp. 
Henry VIII., on four sheets, measuring together 9 f. 5 in. 
X 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 35, 36, S8, 39.] 

A chart of the channel from the Land's End to Dover; drawn 
by a French hand, probably about the year 1550, on two 
sheets, measuring together 3 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [Cott. Aug. i. 
ii. 65 and 66.2 

A small chart of the Channel and Bay of Biscay, drawn temp» 
Elizabeth : 8 in. x 6 in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 65.*] 

^^ A plott of all the coast of Cornwall and Devonshire, as they 
were to bee fortyfied in 1588, against the landing of an 
enemy;" very neatly drawn on vellum, on two sheets, mea- 
suring together 5 f. 2 in. X 2 f. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 6.] 

This has been engraved by Pine, and was published with 
his plates of the tapestry hangings of the House of Lords, 
which represented the defeat of the Spanish Armada. See 
also the ^^ Report on the arrangements which were made for 
the internal defence of these kingdoms, when Spain by its 
Armada projected the invasion and conquest of England ;'^ 
privately printed in 1798, by the late John Bruce, Esq., of 
the State Paper Office. 8vo. 

^^ A survey of the ports on the south-west coast of England) from 
Dover to the Land's End, by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, 
and Captain Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of his Ma* 



56 



GENERAL HAP8 OF THE ENGLISH CHANNEL, ETC. 



jesty's Navy, together with Capt. James Conaway and Capt. 
William Cruft, Masters of Trinity House at Deptford ; de- 
lineated in July and August 1698. Addressed by way of 
letter to the priuctpall officers and commissioners of his 
Majesty's navy." [Sloane, 3233.] 

This is a small folio, containing seventeen colored plans» I 
each measuring 1 f. 6} in. x 8 in. with descriptions. The | 
plans will be found described in their respective places h 
this Catalogue. 

" A Survey and description of the principal harbours, with their I 
accommodations and conveniences for erecting, moaring, f 
cureing and refitting the Navy Royall of England, viz. ; — th» J 
rivers of Thames and Medway, containing Chatham and I 
SheemesB dock-yards on the latter, and Woolwich and Dept- 1 
ford on the former; also the Port of Portsmouth and South- 4 
ampton water, with the dock-yard on the former, and Ply- 1 
mouth Sound, with the coast of Devonshire to Torbay, with | 
the late erected new dock-yard at Hamoaze, and the Navy ■ 
Office, near Tower Hill, London ; illustrated by generall 
plans and proper views or prospects of each place to which 
the particular buildings thereof are confined. Together with 
an account of the improvements which have been made at 
each yard since the revolution 1688, giving a numericall 
account of the severall kinds of buildings, with their quantity 
and value which by an estimate rate they may be accounted 
worth to the nation: also an account of the nature and use-'j 
IlillnesB of the late erected new docks at Portsmouth, and tha 1 
yard at Plymouth : concluding with some remarks of the I 
begining and encrease of the navy yards from the time of I 
Henry the VIII. i also a short specimen of the manner and de- 
pendances of the subordinate offices thereof with relation ] 
lo the practice and execution of the generall business. 1608." 
[m Ms. 43.] 

A large folio volume, executed apparently for the use of I 
K. William III. It contains numerous views and plans, very T 
Ixtuulifully drawn on one uniform scale, which are described T 
burouAor under then: several heads. 

" A Nupiilemeut to the book in his majesty's [Geo. III.] po»- I 
■uwiuii, which cout^neth a survey of all his Majesty's dock- 
yartli, witli tlio buildings, etc., therein; taken in the year J 
HiUfl." Urge Folio. [* Ms. 44.] 

This voUiniOi which is supplementary to that last described, 
WHS drawn up in the year 1774, for the especial use of K. 
()90t|te Ul., ttud there is a note in it, " that in case his Ma- 
)vaty khould nl any time please to command any thing to be 



QKNEIUL HAPS OF THE ENOUSH CHANNEL, £T0. 57 

added to this collection, there is left for that purpose blank 
leafs and slips to paste draughts or other leafs upon." Its 
contents are as follows : — 

1. " An account of the beginning and the progress of the 
enlargements and improvements of each dock-yard, with 
some observations of the particular services to which eacli is 
the best adapted, and the jiarticular advantages or disad- 
vantages belonging to each, with an account of the number of 
ofGcers, clerks, artificers and workmen now employed in each 
yard." 

2. "Three plans upon one sheet, of each yard, shewing 
their states at three difierent periods, viz., 1689, 1698 and 1774, 
shewing at one view the alterations and improvements from 
time to time made. The plans of 1774 agree with the models 
of the yards prepared and herewith sent for his Majesty's use, 
shewing all the buildings, docks, slips, etc., in their due pro- 
portions, and each distinguished whether of brick, stone or 
timber," 

3. " A plan of each harbour where the yards are, taken 
from the latest and best surreys thereof, shewing the number 
and disposition of the harbour moorings, and tlie sands, 
rocks, sholes and soundings, with directions and marks for 
sailing in and out of each harbour," 

" The particulars mentioned in the three foregoing articles 
for the respective yards are in the following order : — Ports- 
mouth, Plymouth, Chatham, Sheemess, Deptford, Wool- 
wich." 

4. and 5. " A list of his Majesty's Royal Navy, on the 
3Ist day of August, 1774, sheuing each ship's dimensions, 
burthen in tons, complements of men, number of guns, when 
built, where built, and by whose draughts constructed," with 
au abstract thereof. 

6. "An account of the greatest naval force this country 
ever had on foot at one time during the last war." 

7. *' Account of the progress in raising men at the begin- 
ning and during the last war, from which a judgment may 
be formed of the abilities of this kingdom for setting forth 
a naval force on the head of men, with preservation of out 
trade at the same time, and a comparison made with that of 
other nations." 

8. " Some observations on the time for beginning to r<use 
men with most advantage." 

9. " Of the present state of the magazine of stores, par- 
ticularly of oak timber in the yards, and the regulations for 



•easomi^ it, axkd far bmldmg wtMit ihiriHp sfaqis thm 
tcifote, aad of ibe preMnt di^KisiiaD, br mems of a stodc of 
timUr. for cpeadilr asigmeDlazkg. wbeD neeesBnr, Us Ma- 
jegifh flciet to 1 greater xmnLbei of sfa^ cf the line tlun it 



The maps and plans m this TohoDe will be found hoe- 
afier deficribed in tbcsr lesptcAre places. 

^ BeportM of the precent state and ooodition of Ins M^estie^a 
Fortifications, Buildings and Ardllerr in the South-Westem 
DepartmeDt of En^and, othenrise caFd Flrmonili Divi- 
Ron or District ; riz^ at the Islands of SdlleT, at Mount's 
Bar, and in the sererall pcHts of Falmouth, nrmooth, Sal- 
comb and Daxtmoatb, as also at the bays of lime-Regis 
and Portland : containing sererall smrers and exact plans, 
with descriptions, of the adrantages and disadvantages of 
the scituations ; together with pxoposalls for lemedTUig the 
deflects thereof. The whole b^g a new essay for the better 
regulation of the miUitaiy afiisdrs of those places ; to which 
are joined exact estimates of the charge thereof, with seveiall 
other not^wortfa V observations thereunto belonging. Begun in 
Ujc first year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord, George [I.], 
King of Great Britain, etc., under the direction of his 
Grace, John, Duke of Marlborough, Master General of his 
Msi.y:hiien Ordnance, and the principal officers of the same, 
liy Col. Christian Lilly, one of his Majesties Ingeniers.** 
iVefixed ih an address to the king, in French, dated July, 
1717, and signed by Col. Lilly. [* Ms. 45.] 

7Yje volume is in large folio; the numerous maps and 
plans, which are colored, and very highly finished, are de- 
iM;ribcd in their respective places. 

A liighly finished colored map of the south-western district of 
Kngland, taken from the best modem surveys, for the ready 
shewing where the fortifications are situated, drawn by Col. 
Christian Lilly, 1716 ; on a scale of 50 miles to 5^ inches: 
2 f 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [sb Ms. 45. fol. i.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the coast, from the Isle of Port- 
land to the Bay of Southampton, on a scale of 2 inches to a 
mile; drawn by Lieut David Dundas, 1st of Feb. 1757: 
%C X 2f. 4in. [d? VI. iis.] 

1 efJhnd sketch of the south coast of Dorsetshire, firom the 
Laift isf Portland to Poole Harbour; with Hurst Castle, the 
^withem coast of the Isle of Wight, St Helens, and the 
icidit <i£ Seliey Bill ; without a scale, but 2 inches to a mile : 
V •■, ^ in. X 1 1 7 in. [ft vi. iii.] 



SOUTHERN COAST. 



(LAND'S END TO DOVER.) 

A LARGE colored chart of Mount's Bay, in Cornwall, drawn 
temp. Henry VIII. : 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 11 in. [Cott. Aug. i. 

i. 34.] 

A colored view of St. Michael's Mount and the adjacent coast, 
taken from the sea ; with a plan of the coast of Cornwall 
from Penzance to Merazion : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 1 in* [ib ix. 
41. t.] 

A colored distant view of St Michael's Mount, Cornwall, taken 
from the land ; drawn by J. Bulman, in 1786 : 1 f. 6 in. x 
11} in. \sb IX. 41./] 

A colored view of the upper part of St. Michael's Mount, Corn- 
wall; drawn by J. Bulman: 1 f. 6 in. x 11^ in. [ib ix. 

41. g.l 

A colored view of St Michael's Mount, Cornwall, taken near 
the top ; drawn by J. Bulman, in 1786 : 1 f. 6 in. x by 11^ 

in. [d? IX. 41. A.] 

A colored chart of Falmouth Haven and the river Fal up to 
Truro; drawn temp. Elizabeth: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3} in. 
[Cott. Aug. I. i. 57.] 

A colored plan of Falmouth Haven, and the adjacent country ; 
drawn on vellum, probably about 1580 : some of the names 
are in the handwriting of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, to 
whom the volume in which this plan is contained belonged : 
2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [O. R. Libr. xviii. d. iii. 7.] 

A plot of Falmouth Harbour up to Truro and Tregony ; drawn 

about the time of James I., on a scale of 2 miles to 3^ inches: 

1 f. 9^ in. X 1 f. 5^ in. \sb ix. do.] 

i2 



60 SOUTHERN COAST OF B!tGLANO. 

A colored map of Falmoutb Haven, with the country nearly ap 
to Truro : drawn by C apt. John Kempthorae, about 1686: 

1 f. fi in. X I f. 2 in. [Add. 3666. 7i, 72.] 

A colored plan of " the Harbour of Falmouth :" surveyed in 
1698, by Edmund Dununcr, surveyor, and Capt, Thomas 
WilUhaw, com mission era of the navy : on a scale of two 
miles to 21 inches ; 1 f. Oj in. x 8 in. [Sloane, 3233. fol. 38.] 

A colored plan of the Harbour of Falmouth up to Truro and 
Tregony; dranm by a French or Dutch artist about 1690- 
1700 ; on a scale of If inch to a mile : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 

[ft IX. 31.] 

It is by the same hand as the plans of Plymouth in xi. 74 

and XI. 81. 

A colored plan of Falmouth Harbour, with its principal rivers 

and parts of the country adjacent; drawn by Colonel 

Christian Lilly, in 1715, on a scale of 2f inches to a mile: 

2 f. 3 in. X I f. 8 in. [* Ms. 45. fol. i9.] 

A colored plan of the Harbour of Falmouth, with the sound- 
ings marked ; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 1| inch to a mile : 
10 in, X 8 in. [ft ix. 3a. i. o.] 

A colored plan of Falmouth Fort {Pendennis Castle) ; drawn 
temp. Elizabeth : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. J in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 43.] 

The E.N.E. prospect of Pendennis, and " An exact plan of Pen- 
dennis Fort, with its avenues, by Coll. Christian Lilly, one of 
his Majesties Ingeniers, 1715 ;" drawn on a scale of 200 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft Ms. 45. fol. *i.] 
A colored plan of Pendennis CasUe, willi its avenues, and part of 
Falmouth Harbour; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 100 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. 3j in. x 1 f . 7 in. [ft ix. la. a.] 
Particular plans and sections of Pendennis Castle; drawn by 
Col. Christian Lilly, in 1715,on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft Ms. 45. fol. ts.] 
Plan and uprights of Barracks for 64 men, proposed to be built 
in the Fort of Pendennis; by Col. Christian Lilly, 1715; 
drawn on a scale of 6 feet to an inch: 1 f. 1 in, x 1 f. l^ in. 
[ft Ms. 45. fol. 25.] 
Plan and uprights of a Storehouse, proposed to be built in his 
Majesties Fort at Pendennis; by Col. Christian Lilly, in 1715; 
drawn on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 1 f. Bquare. [ft Ms, 
45. fol. «.] 

A prospect of St. Maw's Castle and a plan of it, with its avenues, 
by C(d, Christian Lilly; drawn in 1715, on a scale of 10 feet 
10 an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft Ms. 45. fol. i9.] 



SOOTBGRN COAST OP BNOLAMD. (pLYlfOCTB.) 



61 



h 



A colored plan of St. Msw's Castle, with its avenues, 1725; 

drawn on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 3 f. 1 in. x 1 f. S in. 

[ifc rx. 35. 1. a.] 
Plans of the severalstoriesof St. Maw^s Castle, by Col. Christian 

Lilly, in 1715 ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 

5 in. X 10 JD. [^ Ms. 45. fol. 3i.] 

A colored plan of " the Harbour of Fowey ;" surveyed in 1698, 
by Edmund Dummer, surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, 
commissioDers of the navy ; drawn on a scale of one mile to 
three inches : 1 f. 6j in. x 8 in. [Sloane, 3233. fol. 36.] 

A colored chart of Plymouth Harbour, and of the country up 
to Tavistock ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 4 in. x If. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i. 41.] 

A chart of Plymouth Sound, with " il novo recinto della fortifi- 
catione de la ville de Pleymouth ;" very neatly drawn in pen 
and ink, by an Italian hand, tenip. Elizabeth : 1 f, 6 in. x 1 
f. 4 in. [Coit. Aug. I. i. 4o.] 

" The plain or plott of Plymouth Sound, Ham Oazc, and Cat- 
water," a colored plan drawn in 1682, by Edmund Dummer : 
2 f. 3 in. X 11 in. [ft Ms. 40. fol. lo.] 

A colored *' view of Plymouth Sound and the river Hamouze 
and Catwater, taken from tho rising land above Mount 
Edgecombe, opposite Mount Wise, which shews that St. 
Nicholas Island is the principal guard to the New Dock and 
the ships in this harbour : delineated 1697 :" 4 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 
6J in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. m.] 
I A colored " Plan of Plymouth Sound and the rivers of Ha- 
mouze and Catwater, together with the coast of Devon to 
Dartmouth and Torbay ; shewing the rocks, soundings, 
buoy, and anchor ground, and the late erected Navy Yard, 
scituate on the river of Hamouze: delineated 1698:" 2 f. x 
1 f. 6i in. [« Ms. 43. fol. isfi.] 

A colored Plan of the Harbour of Plymouth, with the ad- 
jacent country, from St. Germains on the west to Saltram on 
the east; drawn by a Dutch or French artist about 1690- 
1700, on a scale of 4 inches to a mile ; with a scheme for 
fortifying the Island of St. Nicholas; drawn on a scale of 
100 feet to an inch : on two sheets, measuring together 4 f, 6 
in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft xi. 74.] 

A general plan of Plymouth Harbour, with its fortifications 
and avenues; drawn in 1715, by Col. Christian Lilly, on a 
scale of 2^ inches to an inch: 1 f. 3^ in. X 11} in. [ft Ms. 
45. fol. SS.J 



62 SODTHEBn COAST OF ENGLAND. (PLYMOUTH.) 

A colored general plan of the Forts of Hamouse and Plymoutl 
witb the waters, rocks, shoals, soundings, and sea coast attl 
joining; drawn about 1720, on a scale of four miles to a 
inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [dr xi, 76.] 

A colored plan of the town, citadel, and harbour of Plymouth, 
and also of St. Nicholas Island, the dock-yaid, new gun 
wharf, and parts adjacent, 1724; drawn on a scale of 400 
feet to an inch : 5 f. 1 in. x 2 f. 5 in. [sfc xi. 75.] 

A colored plan of the town, citadel, dock, and country round 
Plymouth; drawn by John Manson, En^eer, 1756, on 
scale of 800 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [A xi. tt,"] 

A colored plan of the town, citadel, dock, and country round 
Plymouth; drawn by Abraham D'Aubant, in 1756, on a scale 
of 800 feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [di xi. 78. i.] 
It is apparenlly from the same survey as the preceding. 

A colored plan of the town, dock, and environs of Plymouth 
copied by Thos. Smart, 1765, on a scale of 800 feet to 
inch : 3 f. 3 in. X 2 f. 2 in. [* xi. ra. t.] 

A colored and highly finished draught of Plymouth Somii 
Hamoaze, and Catwater, shewing all the sands, rocks, and' 
shoals, with the soundings, marks, and directions for sailin)^ 
in and out, and also the number and disposition of the har. 
hour moorings in Hamoaze; drawn in 1774, on a scale 
1000 feet to an inch, (5^ inches to a mile) : 2 f. 6 in. x S f. 
6 in. [* Ms. 44. fol. 13.] 

A general plan of Plymouth Sound and the adjacent coun- 
try, with a project for the defence of the arsenals of Pljrmouth ; 
by Lieut. Col. Matthew Dixon, chief engineer of the Ply- 
mouth division ; revised and corrected by Geo. Beck, in Jan. 
1780 ; drawn on a scale of 800 feet to an inch : 3 f, 2 in. x 
2f. 2 in. [* XI. 79.] 

This plan accompanies a report to George, Lord Viscount 
Townsheud, Master General of the Ordnance, on the generd 
plan of defence of Plymouth, with a slatement of the number 
and weight of the guns on the various batteries. Dated 10 
Jan. 1780. 

An accurate survey and measurement of Plymouth and Dock ' 
towns, with their fortifications, and the adjacent country; 
surveyed by order of His Grace the Duke of Richmond, ' 
Master General of the Ordnance, under the direction of Col. 1 
Matthew Dixon, chief engineer, by William Gardner, sur- 
veyor, in the years 1784-6 ; drawn on a scale of 6 inches to a'j 
mile : 8 f. 10 in. x 4 f . 2 in. [tt xi. so. a.] 






1 



SOCTHEBN COAST OP ENGLAND. (PLTHOCTH.) 63 

A Email view of Plymoutli Sound ; drawn in India inlc, about 
1780 : 6i in. x 3 in. [* xi. 84. A.] 

A colored plan of Point Froward, with sections of the ground ; 
shewing the scheme proposed in 1689 for the formation of a 
dock ; drawn by Edmund Dummer, in Dec. 1694, on a scale 
of 150 feet to an inch: 1 f. 3 in. X 11 in. [Lansd. 847. 

fol. 79.: 

A colored plan of Point Froward, "with the yard designed 
therein in 1689 ;" drawn in 1698, on a scale of 220 feet to 
an inch : 10 in. x 8i in. [* Ms. 43. fol. i3o.] 

A colored plan of Point Froward, "with the yard first desired 
therein in 1689;" drawn in 1774, on a scale of 220 feet to an 
inch: 11 in. x 8 in. [^ Ms. 44. fol. 12.] 

" An account of the generall progress and advancement of his 
Majesties New Docks and Yard at Plymouth ; presented to 
the Right Hon. the principall Officers and Commissioners of 
his Majesties Navy, December 1694;" drawn up by Edmund 
Dummer, Surveyor of the Navy, and presented to Robert 
Harley, Esq., afterwards Earl of Oxford, whose arms are 
stamped in gold on the covers, and whose book plate (of 20 
quarterings) is inside. [Lansd. 847-] 

It is in small folio, and contains nine colored drawings, 
each measuring 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in., which are described in 
their respective places. 
I Sight views and plans of Plymouth dock-yard and buildings, 
engraved apparently after the drawings mentioned in the pre- 
ceding Ms., together with three other plates, viz.: i. The 
Barton of Moantwise ; — ii. The view of the yard near Ply- 
mouth from the river or westward, engraved by I. Kip ; — 
iii. A chart of the harbour of Plymouth, on a scale of two 
inches to a mile, [Add. 9339. ff. i,i6-i8i.] 

Twenty-seven printed pages are prefixed, containing de- 
scriptions of the plates, (difierent, however, from those in the 
Ms.,) and a letter from the ofiicers of his Majesty's yard, 
" setting forth in a verj' pressing manner the true circum- 
stances of the Barton of Montwiae with respect to his Ma- 
jesty and the proprietor." There is no title-page. The 
volume is of a small folio size, and is not mentioned by 
Upcott. It is shortly described by Gough, Brit. Topog. vol. 
i. p. 809, who commits an error in dating it, 1677-8, instead 
of 1698. 

A colored plan of Plymouth Dock, at Point Froward, " repre- 
senting the yard compleate;" drawn by Edmund Dummer, 
in 1694, on a scale of ISO feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in, x II in. 
[Lansd. Si7. fol Bi.] 




64 SOaTEBRH COAST Or ENGLAND. (PLTHOOTH.) 

A colored view of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Plyinonth, i 
from on board a vessel riding opposite the north crane, in 
1698: 2 f. X 10 in. [ii Ms. 43. fol. 130.] 

A colored plan of Plymouth Dock-yard, " as it appears, with 
the buildings performed and designed, but part not finished ; 
delineated 1698," on a scale of 220 feet to an inch ; 10 in. x 
8J in. [* Ms. 43. fol. i3o.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard near Plymouth, in 
the year 1698 ; drawn in 1774, on a scale of 220 feet to an 
inch : 11 in. x 8 in. [ti? Ms. 44. fol. i3.] 

A colored plan of the lines round Plymouth Dock, shewing 
where the proposed barracks are placed without the bastions, 
by D. Slack, 1756 ; drawn on a scale of 400 feet to an inch : 

I f. 9 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [* xi. 86.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Yard at Plymouth, with plans 
for proposed improvements, Jan. 1774 ; drawn on a scale 
of 40 feet to an inch : 7 f. X 4 f. [ste xi. Bii.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard near Plymouth, in 
the year 1774; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch: 

II in. X 8 in. [fi Ms. 44. fol. is.] 

Colored plans and sections of buildings in Plymouth Dock- 
yard, viz. : — Piers at the entrance, porter's dwelling-house, 
plonk storehouse, painter's shop, great smith's shop, crane, 
guard-house, pitch-houses and oar-maker's shop ; drawn, 
in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. ^ in. 
[* Ms. 43. fol. wa.] 

Colored plans and elevations, with the measurements marked, 
of the Terrace in Plymoutli Dock -yard, containing the othcers' 
houses; drawn by Edmund Dummer, in 1694 : 1 f. 3 in. x 
U in. [Latisd. 847. fol. 85.] 

A colored plan and elevation of the Terrace in the Dock-yard 
at Plymouth, containing the houses of the officers ; drawn, 
in 16D8, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f, 4 in. x 1 f. 7 
in. [iS Ms. 43. fol. iss.] 

Colored plan and section (with elevation of the gates) of the 
wet and dry docks in Plymouth Yard; drawn in 1694, by 
Edmund Dummer ; without a scale, but having the measure- 
ments marked: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [Lansd. 847. fol. b3.] 

A colored plan of the Wet Dock at Plymouth, with elevations 
of the dock gates ; drawn, in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to 
an inch : S £ 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [# Ms. 43. fol. tss.] 



SOUTHEBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PLVHOOTIl.) 



65 



Colored plane and elevations, with the measureraenla marked, 
of the white yam-house, wheel-house, tarred-yarn-house, etc., 
in PljTuouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 1694, hy Edmund Dum- 
mer; 1 f, 3 in. X 11 in. [Lnrnd. 847. fol. 9.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the tarred-yarn-house, rig- 
ging-house, tap-house, and boat-houses in Plymouth Dock- 
yard ; drawn, in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
6 in. X 1 f. [s& Ms. 43. fol. i4o.] 

Colored plans and sections, with the meaaurements marked, of 
the hemp-house and rope-house in Plymouth Dock-yard; 
drawn in 1694, by Edmund Dummer: 1 f,' 3 in. x 11 in. 
[Latisd. 847. fol. b9.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the Commissioners' stable 
and coach-house, the hemp-house and rope-walk in Ply- 
mouth Dock-yard ; drawn, in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in- [^ Ms. 43. fol. us.] 

A colored plan and elevation, with the measurements marked, 
of the great storehouse in Plymouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 
1694, by Edmund Dummer: 1 f. 3 in. xll in. ^Lansd. 
847. fol. B7.] 

Colored plana and elevations of the great square store-house, 
cranes, saw-piu, mast-houses, mast-ponds, etc., in Ply- 
mouth Dock-yard ; drawn, in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to 
an inch ; 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* Ms. 43. fol. m.] 

Colored plans and elevations, with the measurements marked, 
of the smith's shop, two mast-houses, a boat-house, joiner's 
and house -carpenter's shops in Plymouth Dock-)-ard ; drawn 
in 1604, by Edmund Dummer: 1 f. 3 in.x U in. \_Lansd. 
847. fol. 9J.] 

An exact colored plan of his Majesties Gun Wharf, and the 
land adjacent, near Mount Wise [Plymouth], by Col. Chris- 
tian Lilly, 1715; on a scale of 200 feet to 2 J inches: 1 f, 5 in. 
X 1 f . 2 in. [* Ms. 45. fol. i5.] 



r Plymouth, 1725 j 
: 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 



A colored plan of the New Gun Wharf n 
drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : 
in. [* XI. B9.] 

A colored scheme for fortifying the island of St. Nicholas, or 
Drake's Island, in Plymouth Sound; drawn on a scale of 
100 feet to an inch, by a French or Dutch artist, about 1690- 
1700 : 1 f. 4 in. X 5 in. [* xi. :*.] 

An exact colored plan of St. Nicholas' Island, near Plymouli, 
by Col. Christian Lilly, one of his Majesties EngiDeera, 1716, 



SOUTHKBfl COAST OP ENOL4ND. (PLYMOUTH,) 

with profiles ; on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 2 f . 3 in. > 
1 f. 7 in. [« Ms. 45. fol. 40.] 

A colored plan of St. Nicholas' Island in Plymooth Sonnd, 
1725, with sections ; drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch^ 
3 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* xi. pi.] 

Plana and sections of the several buildings on St. Nicholas ^ 
Island ; drawn in India ink, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch, 
by Col. Christian Lilly, in 1716 : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [tt 
Ms. 45. fol. 4j.] 

Colored plans and sections of the several buildings on St, Ni- 
cholas' Island; drawn by Col. Christian Lilly, 1716, on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. Ij in. [ft 

XI. !>*.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's store-houses at Cockside, ■ 
Plymouth, by Col. Christian Lilly; drawn, in 1715, on 
scale of 20 feet to an inch ; with a sketch of the shed pn>* J 
posed to be joined to the store-house at Plymouth. [4 

^L Ms. 45. fol- «.] 

^^^1 " il novo recinlo della fortificatione de la ville de Plejmouth ;" I 

^^^^ very neatly drawn in pen and iak by an Italian hand, iemp.T 

^^H Elizabeth, with a chart of Plymouth Sound : 1 f. 6 ii 

^^H f. 4 in. [Cotl. Aug. I. i. M.] 

^^^1 A plan of " Plimouth Forte," now the citadel ; drawn by ai^ 

^^^V Italian hand, (the same as the preceding,) on a scale of 40 

^^^B paces to 3 inches, temp. Elizabeth; with profiles of the 

^^H works: 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [Catt. Aug. i. i. 4'^.] 

^^^H A colored plan of "the Royal Ci tad ell " [Plymouth] ; drawn on 

^^^H vellum, by J. 11., in 1)377 ; on a scale of 40 geometric paces 

^^H (200 feel) to 2^ inches : 2 f. 5 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [Add. 5415. 

■ 

^^^H A colored plan of the town and citadel of Pljtnouth ; drawn 

^^^H by a Dutch or French artist about 1600-1700, shewing a 

^^^H project for doubling the extent of the citadel, and for erecting 

^^^^1 additional works to the original portion ; on a scale of 100 

^^^H feet to an inch. It is apparently by the same hand as 

^^^H the plan of Drake's island, xi. 74. [ib xi. iti.] 

^^^^^ A rulored plan of the royal -citadel of Plymouth, by Col. 

^^^^^^^ Christian Lilly, one of his Majesties Engineers, 1715 ; drawn 

^^^^^^^L «M « scale of 200 feet to an inch : 1 f. ^ in. x 11^ in. [ft 

^^^^^^^^ A volured plan of the royal citadel and town of PlymoDth, 
^^^F t7«a 1 drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : S f. 4 in. X 

^^^ I [4rxi.8t.] 



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67 



Farticular plans and sections of the principal buUdings in Ply- 
mouth Citadel, viz. : the Governor's and Lieutenant-Go- 
vernor's houses, the great slore-huusc, the great ponder 
magazine, the chapel and the barracks ; drawn in Indian 
ink, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch, by Col. Christian Lilly, 
1716 : S f. S in. X 1 f. 10 in. [dr Ms. 43. fol. 36.] 

A " particular plan of part of the Koyall Citadel of Plymouth, 
where the inside of the rampart is yet unfinished, by C. 
Lilly, 1716 ;" drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch: 2 f. 4 
in. X 1 f. 7 in. [fi Ms. 45. fol. 5B.] 

A view of Plymouth ; representing the embarkation of some 
troops on board a fleet, probably those intended for the ex- 
pedition against Cadiz under the Earls of Essex and Not- 
tingham, in 1396. It is drawn in pencil and Indian ink, and 
is apparently a copy from a contemporary original: "if. x If. 
[dr XI. 61. a.} 

A colored view of the citadel, etc. ; taken at anchor iu Fly- 
mouth Sound, by Edmund Dummer, in 1682 : 2 f. 3 in. x 6^ 
in. [A Ms. 40. fol. 10.] 

The east prospect of Plymouth ; a colored view, drawn in 
1715 : 2 f. 4 in. X 8 in. [* Ms. 45. fol. 33.] 

Acolored view of Drake's or St. Nicholas' Island, and the Citadel 
of Plymouth, with Cat Water, Mount Balton, and the Sound, 
as seen from the cottage on Mount Edgcumbe ; drawn about 
1800 : 1 f. 1 in. X 10 in. [* xi. S4. k.] 



. old quarry near Plymouth : 8 in. x 6 in. 



A colored view of a 

[tt XI. 84. O.} 

A colored view of an old lower [on Mount Ballen ?] near Ply- 
mouth : 8 in. X 6 in. [A xi. si. /).] 

A colored view of some rocks on the road near Plymouth : 8 

in. X 6 in. [* xi. bi. y.] 
A colored view of the entrance into the cave near the village of 

Oreston, up the Catdown i drawn by J. F. E. : 1 f. 1 in. x 

10 in. [ft XI. Ub.] 

A colored view of the coast, as you stand in with the Bolt 
Head between the Start Point and Plymouth ; drawn by 
Edmund Dummer, in 1682 : 2 f. 3 in. X 6 in. [ft Ms. 40. 
fol. 8.] 

A colored view of the coast, from the Start Point to the Bolt 
Head; drawn by Edmund Dummer, in 1682; S f. 3 in. x 
6 in. [ttMs. 40. fol.a.] 

X 2 



A' 



6S SOUTHERN COAST OF EMOLAHD. (DARTMOUTH.) 

A colored view of the coast, as yoD stand into the bay betwei 
the Start Point and Berry Point ; drawn by Edmund Dm 
in 1682 ; 2 f. 3 in. X 6 in. [ifi Ms. -tO. fol. H.] 

A colored chart of the coast, from Dartmouth to Roddypole 
[Radipole], drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth ; some of the 
names are in the handwriting of Lord Biirghley : 1 f. 6. in. 
X 1 f [0. R. Libr. 18 D. in. fol, i5.] 

A colored plan of "the harbour of Dartmouth;" surveyed in 
1698, by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas 
Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; drawn on a scale of 
one mile to If inch : 1 f. 6^ in. X 8 in, [Slmne, 3233. fol. 

15.] 

The south-east prospect of Dartmouth : 1 f. 7 in. x 6 in. — A 
plan of Dartmouth Harbour, on a scale of 4000 feet to an 
inch. — A plan of Dartmouth Caalle and the adjacent for- 
tifications, by Col. Christian Lilly, 1715; drawn on a scale 
of 40 feet to an inch. [* Ms. 45. fol. 5i.] 

A colored north view of Dartmouth Castle aud the entrance to 
the harbour; drawn about 1790 : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [4i zi. 

67. rf.] 

A colored south view of Dartmouth Castle, drawn about 1790: 
1 £ X 9 in. [* xj. 67. e.] 

A tinted plan of some property at Brixham in Devonshire, 
drawn on a scale of two chains to an inch, with a slight 
sketch of Torbay ; shewing the relative position of Brixham 
with other places : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f 7 in. [Add. 11,741.] 

A colored plan of " the River of Exmoutb ; " surveyed in 1698, 
by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wilt- 
shaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of one mile 
to 25 inches : 1 £ 6f x 8 in. iShane, 3233. i*.] 

A colored plan of Poole Harbour and the coast of Dorsetshire 
to Lyme Regis; drawn temp. Henry VIII., shewing the 
landing places and beacons : on two sheets, measuring to- 
gether 5 f, X 1 £ 8 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. .11 and ai.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Swyre and the Warren-house, near 
Strangeway Castle in the neighbourhood of Abbotsbury; 
drawnbyS. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: llin. x 7 in. {^P.R. 
Eaye, i. s*5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Swyre wliite house, near Strangeway 
Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1 790 : llin. x 7 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. sw.] 



b 



SOUTHBRN COAST OF BNQLAND. (POBTLAND.) 

A view, in Indian ink, of Strangeway Castle, taken from the 

Shingles ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 

7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. a*3.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the Court in Stiangeway Castle, near 

Abbolsbury; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in Sept. 1790: U in. 
X 7 in. {P. S. Kaye, i. aw.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the west extremity of the bank of 

Shingles, taken from Strangeway Castle ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aae.] 
A distant view of Portland and the Fleet, taken from a stone 

wall on Chapel Hill, Abbolsbury ; drawn in Indian ink by 

S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 1 1 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

i. IGB.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of some cavities on the Shingle Bank; 

the Decoy near Abbotsbury ; and a distant view of Portland 

Island^ drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: II in. x 

7 in. \p. R. Kaye, i. sjo.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of a grave on the Shingle Bank, with a 

distant view of Swyre white house, the Golden Cup, etc. ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. 

IP. R. Kaye, i. s;iT.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the mode of fishing on the Shingle 

Bank ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 11 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 2,19,] 

■A colored sketch of Crook Hill and its environs, including 
Wyke and Fleet, with part of Chesil Beach, shewing the 
positions of an attacking and defending army ; drawn about 
1800, by Alexander Dun Cameron, Capt. R. R, : 1 f. 4 in. x 
n in. [ft XII. 18.] 

A view of Fleet Church, near Weymouth ; drawn in pen and 
ink, by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: 10 in. x l\ in. ; with draw- 
ings, in Indian ink, of one of the windows and the font. 
[/*. R. Kaye, I. ug-i&i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the church and village of Wyk, near 
Weymonlh ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: U in. 
X 7 in. ; with drawings of the font and of one of the 
brackets in the churcli. [P. R. Kaye, i. a?*, S75, a-fi.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Wyk Church tower, taken 
from the road over the common ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept. 1790 : 11 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ot.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rocks at Wyk ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in July, 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. airs.] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAKD. (PORTLAND.) 

A riew, in Indian ink, of Eome scenery at Wyk ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I, 277,] 

A colored plan of the Isle of Portland and Weymouth Bay ; 
drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 5 in. x I f. ICott. 
Aug. I. i. 3i;.3 

A colored plan of Portland and Weymouth, with the parts ad- 
jacent, by C. Lilly, 1715 ; on a scale of 1000 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [4? Ms. 45. fol. ofi.] 

A colored plan of the Isle of Portland and coast adjoining, 
from Lyme to Swanwich ; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 5 
miles to an inch : 8 in. x 8 in. [A xii. i^t.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Portland Arms Inn, on Portland 

Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 

7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 1B7.] 
A view, in Indian ink, taken from the bedchamber of the Port- 

lund Arms Inn; drawn by S. II. Grimm, in August, 1790: 

U in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. los.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Chesil Bank, from the Portland Arms 

Inn, in Portland Island; dravni by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 

1790: lOi in. x 7^ in. [/*. R. Kaye, 1. 199.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old lighthouses on Portland Island ; 
drawn by 8. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 11 in. x 7j in. 
IP. R. Kaye, i. its.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old lighthouses on Portland Island, 
lu seen from the adjacent heights ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1790: II in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. i74.] 

.\ view, in Indian ink, of rocks near the lighthouses on the Isle 
iif Portland ; drawn by S. H. Grimm,in Aug. 1790: 11 in. x 
Tiiii. [P.fl. Kaye, I. i69.] 

A vivw, ill Indian ink, of the battery on Portland Bill ; drawn by 
8, U. (Jrimm: 11 in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. i9i.] 

A vivw, iu Indian ink, of the perforated rocks on the Bill of Port- 
Uudi drawn by S.H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7Jin. 
\f. H. Kaye, I. iPJ.] 

A \itiw, iu Indian ink, of thenew lighthouse on Portland Island ; 
di'AWiiby H. H. Grimm.in Aug. 1790: U in. x 7 in. [With 
K ilupUculo.) [P. R. Kaye, i. i7o, i7i.] 

i\ viuw, tu Indiim ink.of the new lighthouse on Portland Island, 
ikltvu ftuiu lh« adjacent heights; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
A(tt|< "*'; 11 ill. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. vn.] 



SOOTHBEN COAST OP BNOLAND. (PORTLAND.) 



71 



I 



A vieiT, in Indian ink, of tlie new lighthouse on Portland Island 
taken ftom the distant shore ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in Sept. 
1790 : 1 1 in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. m.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of cave holes on Portland Island ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. and Sept. 1790: each mea- 
Biiriug 11 in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, I. aoo, sou] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the village of Southwell, on Portland 
Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 11 in. x 7^- 
in. {P. R. Kaye, i. i90.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Portland Castle, called "Bow and 
Arrow Castle," or Rufus' Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1790; 11 in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, I. lai.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old castle and ruined church at 
Wakeham, taken from the road near the church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790 : 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 1B5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old castle and part of Wakeham, 
in the Isle of Portland; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 
11 in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ibi.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old castle and part of the ruined 
church on Portland Island, taken from the adjacent heights ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7i in. [P. 
- R. Kaye, i. laa.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " Rufus'e Castle,'" and the ruin of the 
old church, taken from below; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept 1790 : 1 1 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. iBS.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruined church at Wakeham ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790; 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. irc] 

A -view, in Indian ink, of East Towb, on Portland Island ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 11 in. X 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i, i96. ] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the east end of Portland Church, taken 
from the road before the clerk's house ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1790 ; 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. i76.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the north-east of Portland Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1 790 : 1 1 in x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. itt.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Portland Church, as seen from a dis- 
tance; drawnby S.U.Grimm, in Aug. 1790 : 11 in. x 7J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. i7b.] 



SODTHEBN COAST OF ENOLAilD. (PORTLAND.) 



72 

A view, ID Indian ink, of the clerk's honse, near the chorcb, i 
the Isle of Portland ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 
n in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. lao.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the house on Portland Island whiclr^ 
served as a parish church before the present charch i 
erected ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7}^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 179.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a quarry on Portland Island ; drawn li 
S, H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kay« 
I, ios.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the manner of conveying blocks < 
Btono down the hill on Portland Island; drawn by S. H,l 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7i in, [P. R. Kaye, i. it>>>}l 

A view, in Indian ink, of a house on Portland Island ; drawn Ij 
S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kay< 

1. 197.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of fragments of Portland Isla 
by S. H.Grimm, Sept. 1790: each measuring 11 in. x 7^ii]ul 
[P. R. Kaye, i. aoa, ao,}.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Roman camp on the heights of 
Island of Portland, with the cove and village of Fortune^ 
Well ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 1 1 in. x 71 iii.| 
[P. R. Kaye, i. m.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Fortune's Well on Portland Islandd^ 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7j in. [M 
R. Kaye, i. 193.] 

The norlh-east prospect of Portland Hill and Castle, 1 f. 4 in. X I 
6 in.; with a plan of Portland Castle, by Col. Christian I 
Lilly, 1715 ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f 4 uuM 
X 1 f. 3} in. [^ Mb. 45, fol. go.] 

A colored plan of Portland Castle, drawn in 1725, on a scale fl 
20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4i in. x 1 f. 7i in. [* xii. s*.] 

An outline view of the new castle of Portland; drawn by S. H.| 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. isajl 

A view, in Indian ink, of the pnetorium of the camp on Port-I 
land Island, with the new castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iii| 
Sept 1790: llin. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye', i. lya.] 

\ view, in Indian ink, of Portland Ferry; drawn by S, H, Grimm J 
is Aug. 1790: II in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. i98.] 
L^vivw, in Indian ink, of Portland Island, taken from the c 

owii obovu WeymouUi; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept.1 
in»: U in. X 7i in. [/>. R. Kaye, i. iss.] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (WEYMOUTH.) 73 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Isle of Portiand, taken from the 
Nose at Weymouth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 
11 in. X 7^ in. [P. jB. Eaye, 1. 167.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Sandfoot Casde, near Weymouth, 
and the Isle of Portland ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1790: 11 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 225.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Sandfoot Castle, near Weymouth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 it. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 224.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Sandfoot Castle, near Weymouth, 
showing the gateway ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 
11 in. x 7 in. [P. R, Kaye, i. 226.] 

A colored plan of " the port of Weymouth and Melcombe Re- 
gis, and part of the bay of Portland," surveyed in 1698 by 
Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, 
Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of one mile to two 
inches: 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 in. [SloanCj 3233. is.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Weymouth Bay ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 26o.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Weymouth Bay ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Aug. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 259.] 

A pencil sketch of some old houses on Weymouth Harbour ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. [P. 
-R. Kaye, i. 269.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Weymouth Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Aug. 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. ; with pencil sketches 
of the pulpit and of a monumental figure. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

262, 263, 263*.] 

Three pencil sketches of the old town hall at Weymouth, now 
a school; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790; each mea- 
suring 11 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 264, 265, 266.] 

A view, in Indiaif ink, of the Crown Inn at Weymouth ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 267.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Mrs. Johnson*s house at Weymouth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 268.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Roman catnp on the Nose at Wey- 
mouth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm', in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. 
[P. -R. Kaye, i. 26i.] 

L 



74 SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (lULWOBTH.) 

A view, in Indian ink, of Norihington WeU, near Weymouth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. 
R. Eaye, i. 27i.] 

An outline view of the Spring of the Way, at Upway, near Wey- 
mouth; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 11 in. x 7 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 27o.] 

Distant view, in outline, of Gloucester House, Weymouth, taken 
from Radipole ; by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7|- 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 223.] 

A plan of the pkrish of Radipole, near Weymouth and Mel- 
combe Regis, in Dorsetshire ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 
8 in. X 11 in. [Coit Aug. i. ii. 22.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Radipole Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept 1790: 11 in. x 7^ in.; with a sketch, in 
pencil, of the font [P. it. Kaye, i. 220, 221.] 

A view, in outline, of some amphitheatrical ground at Radipole; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 11 in. x 7 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 222.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the village of Radipole, near Wey- 
mouth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 11 in. x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, I. 219.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a perforated rock called " Durdle 
Door," at West Lulworth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 
1790 : 11 in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 167.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of West Lulworth and part of the cove ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7 J in. [P. 
-R. Kaye, 1. 158.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the cove at Lulworth, taken from a 
neighbouring height, with St Aldan's Head at a distance ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7j^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, 1. 154.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the cove at Lulworth, looking towards 
the sea; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7| 
in. [P. -R. Kaye, 1. 155.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of a rock near Lulworth Cove, by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 156.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lulworth Castle and parish church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 11 in. x 7J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, 1. 153.] 

A pencil sketch of the east part of ^^ Arishmnll,'' a rock near 
East Lulworth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 11 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 160.] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (iSLB OP WIGHT.) 75 

A view, in Indian ink, of ** ArisbmuU," near East Lulworth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. i59.] 

An outline sketch of '^ Hanbury Barrow,^' at East Lulworth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, I. let.] 

An outline sketch of Flower Barrow Camp, at East Lulworth ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. i6i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the range of coast from St. Aidants 
Head to the Isle of Wight ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1790 : 11 in. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 27f.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Peverell Point ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 11 in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 163.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of an amphitheatrical stone quarry near 
Peverell Point, in Purbeck ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 
1790: 11 in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 164.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the quarry near Peverell Point, in Pur- 
beck; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: 11 in. x 7j in. 
[P. -R. Kaye, i65.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Swanwick Key and Bay, and Hand- 
fast Point, in the distance Christ Church and the Isle of 
Wight; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : 11 in. x 7 
in. [P. R, Kaye, i. «47.] 

A colored plan of *^ the haven and town of Poole, near the Isle 
of Purbeck," surveyed in 1698 by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, 
and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; on 
a scale of one mile to an inch and a half: 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 in. 
[Sloaney d2dd. 12.] ' 

A colored representation of a castle, said to be *^ for the Wiche :'' 
it is probably intended for Wych Channel in Poole Bay, in 
Dorsetshire ; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[CoU. Aug. I. i. 29.] 

A colored map of the Isle of Wight, and the opposite coast of 
Hampshire ; drawn temp. Elizabeth ; the names of the prin- 
cipal inhabitants are added in the handwriting of Lord Burgh- 
ley; onascaleof three quarters of an inch to a mile: lf.9in. 
X 1 f. 4 in. [O. JR. Libr. 18 D. in. flF. ir, is.] 

A colored map of the Isle of Wight, with part of the coast of 
Hampshire ; dravm temp. Elizabeth, on a scale of two miles 
to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x Il| in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. fs.] 

l2 



76 MOOTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (iSLE OF WIGHT.) 

A colored chart of tte Isle of Wight and opposite coast c 
Hampshire ; drawn by C'apt. John Kemp tfaome, about 1688d 
1 f, I in. X 9 in. [Add. 3665. i,] 

A colored plan of the north-eastern part of the Isle of Wight, " 
with Hurst Castle; drawn about 1720, on a scale of 500 
feet to an inch : 3 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [^fe xv. 4.] 

A, rude drawing of a castle, or rather tower, of a circular form, 
with gabions on the ramparts, standing on a neck of land, 
[Hurst Castle in Hampshire ?] ; drawn on vellura temp: 
Henry VIII. : 2 f, 3. in. x 2 f. 2 in. ICott. Aug. i. i. so.] 

A colored plan of Hurst Castle, shewing the batteries proposed 
to be erected on the outside ; drawn about the time of Charles 
II., on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 9 in. 

[* XiV. 61.] 

A colored plan of Hurst Castle, with the adjacent buildings, and 
shewing the whole of the Camber ; drawn in 1 723, on a scale 
of 100 feet to an inch ; 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [fi xiv. 6i.] 

A prospect of Hurst Castle ; drawn in Indian ink, by Thomas 
Phillips, about the year 1700 : 2 f. 3 in. x If. 6. in. [* xiv, 
63. 1. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the George Inn and some other build- 
ings near the beach at Yarmouth: 1 f. 8 in. x 10 m. [_^ 

XV. H. A.] 

A colored view, taken from the interior of a cave in Freshwater 
Bay, in 1813 : IJ in. x 8 in. [* xv. sb. e.] 

A colored view of an arched rock in Freshwater Bay ; drawn 
by the same hand as the preceding: 11 in. x 8 in. [ftr xv. 

A colored view of the village of Niton, in the Isle of Wight j 

drawn by I. Hassell ; 8j in. x 6 in. [^ xv. aa. s.] 
A plan of " Applercombe, the seat of Sir Robert Worsley, in the 

Isle of Wight;" drawn without a scale, but about 26 feet to 

an inch: H in. x 6 in. [fi xv. 9.] 
A colored view of the coast as you pass by the Isle of Wight 

and the high land of Dunnoz ; drawn by Edmund Dummer, 

in 1682: 2 f . 3 in. x 6 in. [* Ms. 40. fol. 6.] 
A colored view of the Undercliff nt-ar Shanklin, Isle of Wight; 

drawn in 1813: U in. x 8 in. [^ xv. a. J.] 
A colored plan, on vellum, of Sandham Fort, in Saudown Bay, 

on the south-east of the Isle of Wight ; drawn about the year 

1700, "Le Lieutenant Collonel de Stroff fecit ; " on a scale 



of tiO feet to an inch .- 2 f. 6 



t 2 f. 2 in. [* XV. ,14.] 



^ 



SODTHKRN COAST OF ENGLANP. (SOUTHAMPTON.) 77 

A colored plan of Samlbam Fort ; drawn io 1725, on a scale of 
40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [fi xv. 35.] 

A colored plan of Sandham Fort and tlie adjacent country ; 
drawn about 1750, on a scale of 200 feet to an ioch: 1 f. 7 
in. X I f. 3^ in. [ft xv. 36.] 

Colored plans, on vellum, of two forts at "Newpoort," and 
"Cowehouse," [Newport and East Cowes,] in the Isle of 
Wight ; drawn on a scale of 80 feet to an inch, with a section 
on a larger scale, about the year 1700, " Le Lieutenant Colo- 
nel De Stroff, fecit:" 2 f. 9 in. x 2 f. [ft xv. 5.] 

A colored plan of West Cowes Castle ; drawn in the year 1725, 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7. in. [ft 
ST. ». a.] 

A pen and ink view of " Cowse Castle " [West Cowes] ; drawn 
by M. Leth'. [Letheuilherf]: 7 in. x 3i in. [ft xv. ge. A.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of Carisbrook Castle ; drawn about 
the year 1700, on a scale of 90 feet to an inch, "Le Lieu- 
tenant Collonel De Stroff fecit:" 2 f. 6 io. x 2 f . 2 in. [ft 

XV. 33. c] 

A colored view of the Keep of Carisbrook Castle, taken from 
the foot of the steps leading to it; drawn about 1800: 1 f. 
8 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [ft XV. 23. h.] 

A colored plan of "the River of Southampton, with the 
situation of Bussleton, Beautey, and Lj-mington rivers, within 
the Isle of Wight ;" suneyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, 
Surveyor, and Capl. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the 
Navy ; on a scale of 3 miles to 2) inches : on two sheets, 
each 1 f. 6i in. X 8 in. [Sloane, 3233. 7.] 

A colored plan of " Lymington River, east of Hurst Castle, 
within tlie Isle of Wight;" surveyed in 1698, by Edmund 
Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commis- 
sioners of the Navy; on a scale of 3 miles to 3f inches: 
1 f. 6i in. X 8 in. [Sloane, 3233. lo.] 

A colored plan of " Christchurch River, westward of Hurst 
Castle, without the Isle of Wight ;" surveyed in 1698, by Ed- 
mund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, 
Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of 3 miles to 2j 
inches: 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 in. ISIoaiie, 3233. ii.] 

A colored plan of Beauley River; surveyed in 1698, by Ed- 
mund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, 
Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of 3 miles to 2§ 
inches : 1 f. 6i in. x 8 in. [Sloane, 3283. 9.] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (POaXSMOOTH.) 

A colored plan of Calshot Castle, ]705, shewing the Crown 
Land; drawn on a scale of 100 feel to an inch: 2 f 3 in. 
X 1 f 7 in. [* XIV. 65.] 

A colored plan of Bussleton River; surveyed in 1698, by Ed- 
mund Dummer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, 
Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of 3 miles to 2j 
inches: 1 f. ej in. x 8 in. [Shane, 3233. a.] 

A colored survey and sketch of the Bay of Southampton, and 
Roads from Portsmouth to Chichester, Petersfield, and Win- 
chester; drawn by David Dundas, Feb. 10th, 1757, on a 
scale of If inch to a mile ; 4 f. 8 in. x 2 f 4 in. [sb vi. 

113.] 

"Plan de Southampton;" a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist about 1G50, shewing the walls, churches, etc.; 100 
paces to an inch: 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [_Add. 11,564. 
art. 16.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the South Gate and Tower, Southamp- 
ton ; drawn about 1750 : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [s& xiv. 5o. d.'] 

" Portsmouth Harbour and Soutliampton Water, within the 
Isle of Wight, with their sands, buoys, and soundings, etc., 
being one of the best harbours in the world, and the former 
shews one of the best navy-yards in England ; delineated in 
October, 1698:" 2 f. X 8j in. [* Ms. 43. fol. B9.] 

A Urge colored view of " Portsmouth Harbour, St. Helen's, and 
Stokes Bay, within the Isle of Wight, taken from the high 
land of PostdowD, shewing how the ships of the royal navy 
are moored and secured from Portsmouth towards Fareham ; 
delineated 1698:" 3 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 6j in. [* Ms. 43. 



fol.! 



■] 



A colored chart of Portsmouth Harbour, Spithead, and part of 
the Isle of Wight, on a scale of one mile to an inch ; drawn 
on vellum, in 1585: 1 f. 3 in. x U^\n. [Co«. Aug. I. i. 27.] 

A " draught of Portsmouth Harbour, shewing the number and 
disposition of the harbour moorings, with the sands, shoals, 
and depth of water, 1774;" on a scale of lOinches toanule: 
2 f 3 in. X 1 f. 7i^ m. [* Ma. 44. fol. a.] 

A " draught of the entrance of Portsmoutli Harbour, shewing 
the sands, shoals, soundings, and marks for sailing in and out, 
taken 1774;" on a scale of 11 inches to a mile: 2 f. 4 in. X 
1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 44. fol. 9.] 

A view of the interior of the ruins of Portchester CasUe, at the 
head of Portsmouth Harbour ; drawn in Indian ink, probably 
about 1780 : 2 f. 3 in. X I f. 4 in. [ft xiv fri./.] 



SOtlTHEBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PORTBUODTH.) 



79 

A view of " Gellkicker aod Stack, aa seen frova Haseler Hos- 
pital near Gosport, Hants •" drawn in pencil : 1 f. x 10 in. 

[* XIV. 78.] 

A colored plan of the boundaries and interior buildings of For- 
ton Hospital, near Gosport, taken in Nov. 1756 j drawn on a 
scale of 45 feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [tb XIV. 77-2 

An account, written by John Archer, Colonel Commandant of 
Engineers, of all the proceedings connected with the erection 
of Fort Monckton, on the Gillkicker point, on the Gosport 
side, near Portsmouth, from 1779 to 1783; with copies of 
the correspondence, and accompanied by the five following 
plans: [ib siv. 63. i. a.] 

1. A colored plan of the original fascine fort at Gill- 
kicker, with an outline of the proposed fort, 1779 ; drawn on 
a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2J in. x 11 in. [^ xiv. 

63. S. *.] 

2. A colored plan of Fort Monckton, as approved by 
General Skinner, and ordered to be revetted July 25th, 1780 ; 
drawn to the same scale and size. [^ xrv. 63. t. c."} 

3. Proposals for some alterations in the shape of the fort 
at Gillkicker, by General Skinner, but disapproved by the 
Board, 16th Sept. 1780 ; shewing the fort as erecting, with 
the proposed alterations marked ; drawn to the same scale: 
1 f. 1 in. X 10 in. [ft xiv. 63. 2, d.] 

4. A colored plan for improving Fort Monckton, approved 
5th March, 1783, by the Duke of Richmond, Master- General 
of the Ordnance; drawn on the same scale: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 
1 in. [& XIV. 6.1. a. e.] 

5. A colored plan of Fort Monckton, as proposed by 
Colonel Archer, Oct. 1782; shewing how it might have been 
fortified when its situation, defences, and consequences were 
known and properly understood ; drawn on the same scale : 
1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [d? xiv. 63. a./.] 

A colored suney of Portsea Island, shewing the towns and 
fortifications of Portsmouth and Gosport, the dock. Block- 
house Fort, Portsmouth and Laugston harbours, with the 
castles, islands, channels, sands, etc., in and about the same; 
done in the year 1716, by C. Lempriere ; with figures shew- 
ing the soundings at low water in feet, and distinguishing the 
king's land which was purchased in the year 1710; drawn 
on a scale of one mile to 3| inches: 2 f. 4j in. x 1 C 8 in. 

[* XIV. 11. 1.] 

A colored survey of Portsea Island, etc., shewing the towns and 
fortifications of Foitsmouth and Gosport, with Portsmouth 



d 



80 SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. {PORTSBODTH.) 

and Langston harbours ; with figures shewing the Boundings 
or depth of the nea at low water in feet ; drawn on a scale of 
one mile to 3f inches : 2 f. 4j- in. x 1 f. S in. [* Xiv. i:i.] 
It is copied from Lempriere's survey. 

A survey of Portsea Island, shewing the towns and fortifications 
of Portsmouth, Gosport, and Block-house Fort, the dock, 
Portsmouth and Langston harbours, with the castles, 
islands, morasses, lakes, channetS] sands, etc., in and about 
the same; done iu the year 1725; with figures shewing the 
soundings or depth of the sea at low water in feet, and dis- 
tinguishing the king's land which was purchased in 1710, 
for fortifying the dock ; drawn on a scale of one mile to 3f 
inches : 2 f. 44 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [fi xiv. ij.J 
It is founded on Lempriere's survey. 

A colored plan of the town and harbour of Portsmouth and 
places adjacent, including Gosporl, Portchester Castle, and 
South Sea Castle, 1725, distinguishing the land purchased 
for fortifying the dock, and having the soundings of the har- 
bour marked ; drawn on a scale of SJ inches to a mile : 3 f. 
3J in. X 1 f. 8J in. [* xiv. ye.] 

A colored plan of Portsmouth Town, Harbour, and Spithead ; 
drawn on a scale of 8^ inches to a mile : 3 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. 

[lb XIV. 27.] 

It is a copy of the preceding, but without the soundings of 
the harbour, and is in some parts unfinished. 

A colored plan of Portsmouth and Portsea, and the harbour, 
with the Block-house Fort ; done by John P. Desmaretz, 
1743, distinguishing the inward and outward boundaries of 
the king's land ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 3 
f. 8J in. X 2 f. 3 in. [ffl xiv. sb.] 

A colored plan of the town of Gosport, with the new fortifica- 
tions begun iu 1748, shewing the works proposed to be com- 
pleted ; by John P. Desmaretz ; drawn on a scale of 200 
feet to an inch, with a profile on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 
2 f. 5J m. X 1 f. 7j in. [* xiv. 2-2.] 

A colored plan of the town of Gosport, with the new fortifica- 
tions begun iu 1748, shewing the proposed works not com- 
pleted; by John P. Desmaretz, 1751 ; drawn on a scale of 
200 feet to an inch, with a profile on a scale of 30 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 4| in. X 1 f. 7J in. [* Xiv. S3.] 

A colored plan of Portsmouth, Portsea, Gosport, South Sea 
CasQe, and parts adjacent, shewing the intended fortifica- 
tions not yet completed ; by John P. Desmaretz, 1 760 ; with 



80DTBBBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (l>ORTSM0UTH.) 81 

the soundings of the harbour ; drawn on a scale of 600 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 8^ in. [ft xiv. .to.] 

A colored plan of Portsmouth and its harbour, by John P. 
Desmaretz, 1750; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch: 
3 f. 4i in. X 2 f. 3 iu. [* Xiv. ^9.] 

A colored plan of Portsmouth and Gosport, Block House Fort, 
South Sea Castle, with the King's Dock-yard and parts ad- 
jacent, by John P. Desmaretz, 1751 ; drawn on a scale of 
600 feet to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x I f. sj in. [« Xiv. 3i.] 

A colored plan of Portsea Island, shewing the towns and 
fortifications of Portsmouth, Gosport, South Sea Castle, 
Cumberland and Portsea Bridge Forts, the Docks and the 
Harbours of Portsmouth and Langslon, 1751 ; the soundings 
not marked ; drawn on a scale of one mile to 3| inches : 2 f. 
4^ in. X 1 f. 8 in. [a xiv. u.] 

It is a copy, with additions, of Lempriere's survey. 

A colored survey of Portsea Island, shewing the fortifications 
of Portsmouth, Gosport, Block House Fort, Cumberland 
Fort, and Portsea Bridge Fort, with Portsmouth and Langs- 
ton harbours, with the soundings or depths of the sea at low 
water, in feet; drawn in I75t>, on a scale of one mile to 3| 
inches: 2 f. 44 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft xiv. ii. e.] 

It is a copy, with alterations, of Lempriere's survey, xiv. 



A colored plan of Gosport, with a proposed intrenchment for 
the better securing His Majesties Dock at Portsmouth ; 
estimated at £5957 19s.; by John P. Desmaretz, 1757; 
drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch ; with profiles of the 
proposed intrenchmenls and of the present works at Gosport, 
with the proposed covert way, on a scale of SO feet to an 
inch : 3i f. X If. 7i in. [ft xiv. s*.] 

A colored plan of the town and harbour of Portsmouth, with 
a projected intrenchment at Gosport for the security of his 
Majesty's Dock, [1757] ; drawn on a scale of 600 feet to an 
inch ; with a profile of the proposed line, on a scale of 16 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x 1 f. 8^ in. [ft xiv. 3*.] 

A colored survey of Portsea Island, shewing the towns and 
fortifications of Portsmouth and Gosport, the Dock, Block- 
house Fort, Portsmouth and Langston harbours, with the 
castles, chatmels, sands, etc., in and about the same ; with 
the new intrenchment at Portsea Lake, and proposed line 
at Gosport; with figures shewing the soundings at low 
water iu feet, and distingiushiDg the king's land and that 



B2 SOCTHEBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PORTSMOUTH.) 

purchased in the year 1710 ; drawii on a scale of odc mile to 
3| ioches: 2 f. 4i in. x 1 f. 8 in. [* xiv. 15.] 
Founded upon Lempriei-e's survey. 

Colored plans, shewing ilie profiles proposed by Major John 
Archer for the new fortifications on Portsmouth Common, 
agreeable to the system as heretofore practised in the founda- 
tions of the town works, and in consequence of General 
Skinner's Report, approved by the Board, 19 Nov, 1772; 
drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9^ in. X 1 f. 5 in. 
[ft XIV, 4S, a. a.] 

A colored plan of the Island of Portsea, shewing the present 
fortifications of Porlsmouth, Gosport, lines and out forts, to- 
gether with the works now carrying on to secure his Ma- 
jesty's dock-j'ard ; with the intrencbments proposed by Major 
[John] Archer for defending the Island, 1773 ; the soundings 
of the harbour are marked ; drawn on a scale of 600 feet to 
an inch : 4 f. 1 in, x 3 f. 3j in. [ft xiv. 16.] 

A colored survey of the Gosport side from Portsmouth Harbour 
to Titchfield Haven, made, by order of his Majesty, by 
Matthew Pitts, Sub-Engineer, under the direction of John 
Archer, Engineer, 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 600 feet to an 
inch : 6 f. X 4 f. It is the original, signed by Major Archer. 

[ft XIV, 10. 8.] 

Colored plans, shewing the profiles proposed and executed by 
Major Archer, in the new fortifications on Portsmouth Com- 
mon, the piling and Iraming under the foundations being 
omitted, whereby a saving of upwards of ^12,000 arises to 
the public i drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. D in. 
X 1 f. 5 in. [ft XIV. 42. b. b.2 

Attached to this are two Reports, in July, 1780, by Major 
[and Lieut.-Col,] Archer, one on the state of the uew fortifica- 
tions at Portsmouth, the other on the superiority of his own 
mode of construction, 

A colored plan of the town of FortsmouLh, with part of its har- 
bour, drawn, apparently, in the time of Henry VIII,, and be- 
fore the erection of the fortifications which are shewn in the 
two folloning plans. On vellum ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f, 10 in, ^Colt. Aug, i. ii, 15.] 

A plan of the fortifications of the town of Portsmouth ; drawn, 
apparently, in the time of Henry VIII,, on a scale of 100 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 2 f. [Coll. Aug. i. i. uj.] 

A colored plan of the town of Portsmouth, shewing a pro- 
ject for the erection of eooie works, and having the names of 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENOLAND. (PORTSMODTH.) 



83 



all tho infaabilantfi attached lo the houses ; drawn, temp. Eli- 
zabeth, and probably for Lord Burghley, whose handwriting 
appears on various parts of it ; on vellum : 2 f. 3 in. x 2 f. 
2 in. [Cot t. Aug. I. ii. ii7.] 

A few lithographed copies of this plan were struck off in 
1B30 for private circulation, by Sir F. Madden, and it has 
lately been engraved, on a reduced scale, by W. H. Char- 
penlier, for the 3d edition of his Portsmouth Guide, 1841, 

A colored plan of the fortifications of the town of Portsmouth; 
drawn by a Dutch artist, [Sir Bernard de Gomme?] appa- 
rently about the time of Charles II., on a scale of 200 feet to 
li inch : 3 f. 3 in. X 2 f. 2i in. [sb xiv. 33.] 

" Plan de la Vtlle de Portsmouth," being a colored plan of the 
forlificalious ; drawn by a French artist, about 1690-1700, 
on a scale of 200 toises to 1| inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [ft siv. 
Mj 

" Plan pour servir d'indice au projet des reparations des ouvrages 
de la fortifficationde Portsmouth," being a colored plan of the 
town, with its fortificatious; drawn in 1693, by a French 
artist, on a scale of 100 toises to If inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. 

[ft XIV. 35.] 

A colored plan of the town and fortificatious of Portfimouth, 
1725, shewing the boundaries of the land belonging lo the 
fortifications, as set off by Colonel Komer ; the ground which 
was formerly the king's, but is now laid claim to by the town 
for other land ; the boundaries of the king's ground ; and the 
boundary lines, including the mill-pond and part of the land 
purchased in the year 1710; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. 1 } in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft xiv. 37.] 

A colored plan of Portsmouth, shewing the improvements to be 
made in its fortificalioua ; drawu on a scale of 200 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 4J in. x 1 f. 8 in. It is apparently the original 
of XIV. 38 and 35. [ft xiv. 40.] 

A colored plan of the town and fortifications of Portsmouth, and 
the Blockhouse Fort; drawn about 1730, on a scale of 200 
feet lo an inch; 2 f. 4J in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft xiv. 38.] 

A colored plan of the town and fortifications of Portsmouth and 
the Block House ; drann on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 
2 f. 4} in. X 1 f. 8 in. [ft XIV. 39.] 

A colored plan of the town and fortifications of Portsmouth, 
with the Blockhouse Fort and the Gun Wharfjshewing the only 
part of the outworks remaining, by John P. Des mare Iz, 1750; 
drawu on a scale of 100 feet to an inch, with profile on a 
scale of 30 feet to an inch : 4 f. x 3 f. 4 in. [ft xiv. 41.] 
h2 



84 SODTHEEN COAST OF BUGIAND. (POHTSMODTH.) 

A highly finished colored plan of the town and fortifications of 
Portsmouth ; drann hy a French artist about the year 1780, 
on a scale of 300 feet to 1 J inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [* 

XIV. 36.] 

On this plan is marked in outline a scheme for extending 
and remodelling the entire fortifications of Portsmouth, by 
constructing six large and uniform equidistant basUous partly 
on the site and partly on the outside of the present irregular 
bastions ; the circumference to be 13,582 feet instead of 8795 
feet ; the expense estimated at .£583,423 ; with some other 
particulars. 

A view, in India ink, of the new magazine on the Camber at 
Portsmouth, as taken from the Point Gale, anno 1716, by C. 
Lempriere ; copied by John Turner, from a copy of Wm. 
Brasier ; in an oval : 9J in. X 6 in. [tt Xiv. a. o.} 

A view, in India ink, of the new magazine at Portsmouth, taken 
from the Town Key, anno 17 Hi, by C. Lempriere ; copied by 
John Turner, from a copy of Wm. Brasier's, from C. Lem- 
priere's original ; in an oval: 9^ in. X 6 in. [4 .Kiv. 42. p.] 

A prospect of God's House from Wimbleton's Bastion, at Ports- 
mouth, 1717; drawn in Indian ink: 1 f. 6} in. x 1 f. [* 
XIV. 4a. J.] 

A plan, upright, and section of the carriage-house upon the 
Green at Portsmouth ; drawn in Indian ink, on a scale of 5 
feet to an inch: 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f. 7^ in. [ft xiv. a. s.] 

Outline plan and elevation of one wing of the barracks for Ports- 
mouth, 1718 ; drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 
in. X 1 f. 2} in. [ib xiv. 43. y.] 

A colored plan of piles at Portsmouth, apparently for the ram- 
parts: 1 f.6in. X llj^in. [ft xiv. 42. z,] 

A colored plan of the Dock -yard at Portsmouth, as it was before 
the revolution in 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an 
inch : 10 in. X 8J in. [* Ms. 43. fol. 93.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Portsmouth in the 
year 16'88; drawn on a scale of 220 feel to an inch : 11 in. 
X 8i in. [* Ms. 44. fol. 7.] 

A colored view of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Portsmouth, taken 
from on board the hulk riding opposite the New Dock, 1698 : 
2 f . X 10 in. Wilh a plan of the yard before the revolution 
in 1688, and the same plan and the improvements thereon 
since the revolution, [df Ms. 43. fol. yj.] 

A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Portsmouth, showing the im- 
provements made thereon since the revolution in 1388 ; drawn 



SODTQBRN COAST OP ENGLAND. {pORTSMOUThO 85 

in 1698, on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 10 in. X 8J in. 
[» Mb. 43. fol. 93.] 
A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Portsmonth in the 
year 1698 ; drawn on a. scale of 220 feet to an inch: 11 in. x 
8i in. [* Ms. 44. fol. r.] 
"An Account of His Majesties New Docks at Portsmouth, princi- 
pally designed for the accomiDodalioa of the first ranlt of ships 
in the Royal Navy of England, setting forth the uncoraon pro- 
perties of the Dry Dock, the several contrivances of the parts 
and the usefulness of the whole designe for the repairs and 
dispatch of all shipp workes. In a letter to the Navy Board, 
by the Surveyor [Edmund Dummer] of His Majestie's Navy, 
1698." Folio. At the end are four tinted plans of some pro- 
posed additions, very neatly drawn, but without a scale : each 
measures 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. [Hart. 4318.] 
A large outline plan of Portsmouth Dock-yard, and of the for- 
tifications of the town of Portsmouth, apparently of the time 
of William III., shewing the king's ground, and the bounda- 
ries of the parish of Portsea alias Kingston ; drawn on a scale 
of 300 feet to 2J inches: 5 f. x 3 f. 8 in. [di xiv. «.] 
A colored plan of Portsmouth Dock-yard, shewing a scheme for 
its fortification on an extensive scale, in the time of William 
III., and apparently approved of by him, as his autograph 
signature is in the centre of the plan ; drawn on a scale of 
400 feet to 2} inches : 2 f. SJ in. x 1 f. 1} in. [lb xiv. 44,] 
A view of the Dock-yard and part of the town of Portsmouth, 
taken from the west ; drawn in pencil and Indian ink ; it is 
apparently the original of the view engraved by Samuel and 
Nathaniel Buck in the year 1749: 2 f. 9 in. x 11 in. [A 
XIV. 4S e.] 
A view of Portsmouth Dock-yard and Town, taken from the 
west ; drawn in pencil and Indian ink ; " These Ships by Mr. 
Scott ;" it is unfinished, and is apparently a copy, with some 
variations, from the preceding: 2 f. lOJ in. x lOJ in. [ft 

XIV. 48./.] 

A west view of his Majesty's Dock-yard near Portsmouth; 

dravm in Indian ink by Wm. Fielding: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 1 

in. [ft XIV. 46. b.] 

It is apparently the original of the view engraved by P. 

C. Canot, at the head of Milton's Plan of the Dock-yard, pub- 

hshed in 1754. 
A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Portsmouth, 1774 ; 

drawn on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 6 f. 4 in. x 4 f [ft 



I 
I 



1 



86 SODTHBSN COABT OF ENOLAND, (POBTSMOCTB.) 

A colored plan of hie Majesty's Doclt-yard at Portsmouth in the 
year 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 11 in. 
X 81 in. [i6 Ms. 44. fol. 7.] 

A colored plan, elevation, and sections of part of Portsmouth 
Dock-yard, by J. Williams, Oct. lOlh, 1774, shewing that 
part of the Bason which had given way ; drawn on a scale of 
15 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3i in. x 1 f. 3i in. [A xiv. 45. 3.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the porter's watch-house, the 
old and new gunrd-houses, cranes, storehouse by the gate, 
pay office and cash-room, block storehouse and porter's dwell- 
ing-house, in Portsmouth Dock-yard ; drawn in the year 
1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. fij in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[ft Ms. 43. fol. 95.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the broom-house upon the hulk, 
the deal storehouse, and some cranes in Portsmouth Dock- 
yard; drawn in 1696, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 
6i in. X If. [ft Ms. 43. fol. sr.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the treenaile mooter's shop, 
master shipwright's dwelling-house, tap-house, with the saw- 
pits, great storehouse, clerk of the cheque's dwelling-house, 
and boatswain's cabin in Portsmouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 
1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : I f. OJ in. x 1 f. [ft 
Ms. 43. fol. 99.] 

Colored plans and sections, with elevations of the gates, of the 
old double dry dock and old building slip in Portsmouth Dock- 
yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
6J in. X 1 f. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 101.] 

Colored plans and sections, witli elevations of the sea wall and 
gales, of the lower wet dock, the single dry dock for a first 
rate, the engines to the dry dock, the lower dij dock, and the 
upper wet dock, in Portsmouth Yard ; drawn in 1698, on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch : 3 f. x 1 f. 7i in. [ft Ms. 43. 

fol. 106.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the pitch-house, old dry dock 
pump-house, scavell-men's cabin, broom -house, smiths' shops 
tuid cabins, boat pitch-house, porter's house at the north gate, 
boat saw-house, and twenty-two boat-houses in Portsmouth 
Yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
X I f. 6i in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 10a.] 

Colomd plan of the boat-pond or pound, being a place to secure 
boats on the ouze in Portsmouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, 
wu a si>ale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. ej in. [ft 
M>. 43. fol. lie] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PORTSMODTH.) 87 

Colored plans and elevations of the commisEi oners' stable, new 
storehouse, saw -houses, and storekeeper's dwelling-house in 
Portsnioutli Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scaleof 20feet 
to an inch : 1 f. Gj in. x 1 f. J in. [ffl Ms. 43. fol. ua.] 

Colored plana and elevations of the master caulker's, builder'B 
assistants', master attendants' and commissioners' dwelling- 
houses in Forlstaouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 6} in. x 1 f. i in. [ft Ms. 43. 

fol 114.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the clerk of the survey's dwell- 
ing-house, five saw-houses, old nail-shops, boatswain's dwell- 
ing house, blockmakcr's shop, house-carpenter's shop, new 
ofiices, column with dials, and tarred yam-house in Ports- 
mouth Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 6i in. x 1 f. J in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. lie.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the hemp storehouse, new rope- 
walk, and old rope-walk in Portsmouth Dock-yard ; drawn 
in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 £ 6H°> >' ^ f- 
3J in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. lis.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the great long storehouse, second 
assistant's dwelling-house, saw-house, aud mast-houses in 
Portsmouth Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 6j in. x 1 f. Sj- in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. lao.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the old mast-dock, new mast- 
dock and top-house, and leighter fence in Portsmouth Dock- 
yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
3 in. X 2 f. [ft Ms. 43. fol. laa.] 

Front and side elevations and plan of two labourers' houses at 
the entrance of the Gun Wharf at Portsmouth, 1717; drawn 
in India ink, on a scale of 20 feet to 5 J inches : 1 f. 7 in. X 
1 f . 3 in. [4 XIV. 42. 1.] 

Elevation of the back of the two labourers' houses and the gate 
of the Gun Wharf, 1717 ; drawn in Indian ink, on the same 
scale and size, [ft xiv. as. u.] 

Elevation of two houses for the storekeeper and his clerk on 
the Gun Wharf, 1717 ; drawn in Indian ink, on a scale of 
6 feet 6 inches to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x J f. 2 in. [ft xiv. 

41. IT.] 

Elevation of the gimner's barrack on the Gun Wharf, 1717; 
drawn in Indian ink, on the same scale : 1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 2 in. 
[ft XIV. i». sc.] 



88 SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (POBTSMOOTH.) 

A large plan of the Marsh from Portsmouth to Kete's Point ; ' 
drawn temp. Henry VIII.: 4 f. 6 in. X 2 f. 8 in. [Cott. 
Aug. I. Suppl. la.] 

A colored plan and section of " Zouthzea CasUe," or Southsea, 
near Portsmouth ; drawn by a Dutch artist [Sir Bernard de 
Gomme ?] ahout the time of Charles II., on a scale of 125 feet 
to an inch ; w Ith another plan and section on the same scale, 
shewing some projected outworks and improvements : mea- 
suring together 1 f. 3 in. x 9^ in. [fi xiv. er.] 

A colored plan of Soutli Sea Castle, near Portsmouth, 1725; 
drawn on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2j in. x 1 f. 6 
in. [ti? XIV. 68.] 

A colored plan of South Sea Castle, in 1749, by John P. Des- 
maretz ; drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an iuch ; with a sec- 
tion on a scale of 30 feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 

[* XIV. 69.] 

A small colored view of South Sea Castle, in Hampshire ; 
drawn probably about 1750; 5 in. x 3j in. [* xiv. 70.] 

A colored plan of Portsea Lake or Creek, shewing the situation 
of the new fort [Cumberland Fort] between Portsmouth and 
Langston harbours, surveyed by John Manson, 1747 ; drawn 
on a scale of 200 feet to an inch ; 4 f. 6 iu. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft 

XIV. IB,] 

On a separate sheet are six sections across Porlsea Lalce, 
between Portsmouth and Langston harbours, with the 
general level of the lands thereunto adjoining, shewing the 
portion fordabte at low water : attached to this sheet is an 
original letter of John P. Desroaretz, of the Ordnance Office, 
addressed to Sir John [afterwards Lord] Ligonier, Lieutenant- 
General of the Ordnance, urging the necessity of erecting a 
few redoubts for the better defence of the pass, Dat. 17 
Aug. 1754. 

A colored plan of Portaea Lake or Creek, shewing the situation 
of the new fort between Portsmouth and Langston liarbours, 
surveyed in 1747; with a profile of one of the proposed 
batteries ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 4 f . 6 in. 
X 1 f. 5 in. [S XIV. 17.] 
It is a copy of Manson's survey, with some additions. 

A colored plan of Easlney Point in Portsea Island, shewing 
the new fori [Cumberland Fort] creeled in 1747, to prevent 
an enemy's landing there, and to defend the entrance of Lang- 
Eton Harbour, by John P. Desmaretz ; willi the soundings or 
depth of the sea at low water iu feet ; drawn on a scale of 
400 feet to an inch : 2 f. 21 in, x 1 f. 7i iu. [tt xiv. w.] 



SODTHBRM COABT OP BNOLAND. (POKTSMOOTB.) 



89 



A colored plan of Eastnej Point in Fortsea Island, shewiag 
the situation of Cumberland Fort, erected in 1747, to pre- 
vent an eocmy's landing there, and to defend the entrance 
ofLangston Harbour; by Jolm P. Desmaretz. Drawn on the 
same scale and size as the preceding, [ft xiv. 5S.] 

A colored plan of Eastney [Cumberland] Fort) as finished, 
1747 ; drani:! on a scale of 50 feet to an inch, with profile 
on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4) in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft 

XIV. 5P.] 

A colored plan of Cumberland Fort, as finished, 1747; by John 
P. Desmare[2 ; drawn on the same scale and size as the pre- 
ceding, [ft XIV, 6(1.] 

A colored plan of Portaea Bridge Fort, as erected in 1747 ; by 
John P. Desmaretz ; drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch, 
with profiles on a scale of 25 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 
f. 7 in. [ft XIV. 66.] 

A colored plan of Fortsea Bridge Fori, as erected in 1747 ; 
drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch ; with profiles on a 
scale of 25 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 

XIV. 65.] 

It is a copy of the preceding. 

i colored plan of Fortsea Lake, shewing the situation of the 
batteries and line erected for the defence of that pass, also the 
pavilion of barracks to contain two battalions, surveyed by 
William Dundas, Engineer, 1756; drawn on a scale of 400 
feet to an inch ; with profiles of the batteries and of the line, 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2^ in. x 1 f. 3 in. [ft 

XIV. 19-1 

V colored plan of the lines at Fortsea Lake, near Portsmouth, 
by William Dundas, 1757 ; shewing the ground proposed to 
be bought by the government ; drawn on a scale of 400 feet 
to an inch ; with a general section of the lines and a section 
of the batteries on a smaller scale : 2 f. 2 in. x I f. 3 in. [ft 

XIV. 20.] 

A colored plan for building barracks at Hilsea, within the new 
hne at Porlsea Lake ; to contain two battalions ; drawn on a 
scale of 100 feet to an inch ; with plan, elevation, and section, 
on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x If. 2| in. [ft 

XIV. 70.] 

A plan of the town and fortifications of Portsmouth, on a scale 
of 200 feet to an inch, traced about the year 1817, by Lake 
Allen, from a plan now in the possession of Sir Frederic 



00 aOCTHERN COAST OP EMOLAND. (SUSSBX.) 

Madden, inlitled " A survey of Portsmouth made in the year 
1717, by C. Lempriere, (see p. 79,) and now drawn with the , 
aUerations and luldiltuns to tlic- present year 1741;" on a 
scale of 200 feet to an inch: I f. 8 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 
8155. fol. 6.] 
A map, in Indian ink, of the Island of Porti^ea and its environs ; 
drawn about the year 1817, on a scale of 1 mile to an inch, 
by Lake Allen: Hi in. X 7 in. [Add. 8155. fol. i.] 
A map of the Island of Portsea, shewing the boundaries of the 
borough and parish of Portsmouth, and the neighbouring 
parishes; nidely drawn in Indiau ink, by Lake Allen, in 
1818, on a scale of 3 inches to a mile: 1 f. 11 in. X 1 f.6in. 
[Adtl. 8155. fol. 5.] 
A colored plan of Portsmouth and the Island of Portsea; co- 
pied about 1818 by Lake Allen, from a plan made by Mr. 
Clifford, Surveyor, Portsea ; with the admeasurements of all 
the lands and fields annexed: 1 f, 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 
8155. fol, 7.] 
" A view of the town of Portsmouth in the reign of Henry 
VIII ;" drawn in Indian ink by Lake Allen, 18 Oct. 1817 ; 
it is a reduced copy of jiart of the picture, representing the en- 
campment of the English forces at Portsmouth, 19 July, 1545, 
formerly at Cowdray House, and engraved by Basire for the 
Society of Antiquaries in 1778: 11 J in. x 61 in. [Add. 
815o. fol. >;.] 
An unfinished copy of the preceding, on a larger scale ; drawn 

by Lake Allen ; 2 f. x 1 f. 1 in. [Add. 8155. fol. ?.] 
Outline elevations, partly finished in Indian ink, of the back 
fronts of houses in the High Street, Portsmouth, looking into 
the churcli-yard ; drawn about 1815, on two sheets, measur- 
ing togetlier 2 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add- 8155. fol. B, 9.] 
" A copy of the surve)' made by Sir Thomas Palmere, Knight, 
and Mr. Waltar Coverte, Esquire, Deputy Lieutenants of 
her Mnjesties Countie of Sussex, of all the places of descente 
alongste the sea coasle of the said shire ; W. Burge de- 
lineavit et pinxit; De la Tessoniere, scripsit, 1737." [^ 
XLii. m, a.] 

This is a modem copy of a survey made in the reign of 
Elizabeth, probably about 1587. (See Harl. Ms. 703.) It 
consists of five maps beautifiilly executed on vellum ; drawn 
on a scale of 3 miles to 2^ inches, with descriptions on sepa- 
rate leaves of paper. The first map measures 1 f 5 in. x 10 
in. : the others 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. The whole are bound up 
as an oblong folio volume. 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (SUSSEX.) 91 

The maps contain as follows : 

1. The coa$t from Thorney to Little Hampton. 

2. From Cudloe to Kingston Bushie. 
8. From New Shoreham to Michin. 

4. From Michin to Pemsey Haven. 

5. From Bamham Mill to Rye. 

Another copy of the preceding survey ; drawn by the same 
artists, and on the same scale, but on paper, and forming a 
roll measuring 6 f x 2 f. 6 in. [d? xlii. lo. bJ] 

A colored survey and sketch of the coast of Sussex, with part 
of the coimtry adjoining to the coast, as reconnoitred by Lieut, 
[afterwards Major-General] W. Roy, Feb. 1, 1757; drawn 
on a scale of If inches to a mile: 12 f 4 in. x 2 f. 5 in. 

[d? XLII. 11.] 

A colored plan of " the River of Arundell and levell about the 
same;" surveyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, 
and Capt Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; on 
a scale of two miles to 2| inches : 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 in. ISloane, 
3288. fol. 15.] 

A colored plan of *^ the River of Shoreham and levell above be- 
tween the hills;" surveyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, 
Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the 
Navy ; on a scale of two miles to 2j inches : 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 
in. [Sloaney 3233. fol. 12.] 

A colored north-east view of New Shoreham Church ; drawn in 
1786 : 7^ in. x 4 in. [d? xlii. 24. a.] 

A colored south-east view of New Shoreham Church ; drawn 
by J. Whiebela, in 1809: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [sb xlii. 2k b.] 

A colored chart of Brighthelmstone, and the country round 
it, with several French gallies in the road, from which 
troops are landed; dated July, 1545; representing the at- 
tack of the French under the Admiral Claude d'Annebaut : 
drawn on vellum, measuring 3 f. x 2 f. [Coit. Aug. i. i. is.] 
This chart is engraved on a small scale in the ArcluBologia^ 
Vol. xxiv. p. 298 ; with some remarks by Sir Henry Ellis. 

A colored south view of Brighthelmstone Church ; drawn ap • 
parently about 1790: 1 f. 5 in. x 10 in. [* xlii, i7. //.] 

A colored south-east view of Brightlielmstone ( -hurch ; drawn 
by John Buckler, in 1801 : 10^ in. x 7 in. [g? xlii. it. t.] 

n2 



92 



SOCTHBBN COAST OF EKOLAND. (SOBSEX.) 



A colored east view of Brighthelmslone Church ; drawn by 
J. Hassell ; 8 in. x 5 in. [* xlii, 17. A,] 

A colored drawing of the Font in Brighthelnastone Cliurch ; by 
J. Hassell : 3j- in. x 3 in. [i& xlii. it. n.] 

A colored plan of " the River of Newhaven and levell between 
the hills;" suireyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, 
and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; 
on a scale of one mile to 2| inches : 1 f. 6^ in. x 8 in. 
ISioane, 3233. fol. lo.] 

A colored plan of " the Haven of Cooltniere, and levels between 
the hills ;" surveyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, Surveyor, 
and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of tho Navy ; 
on a scale of one mile to 2§ inches : t f. 6^ in. x 8 in. 
[Sloane, 3233. fol. b.] 

" Tlie draught of an ancient Roman tessellated pavement at 
East Bourne, near Pevensey, in Susses, according to the de- 
scription of the learned Dr. John Tabor, of Lewis, in a letter 
of January 26, 1717, to Dr. John Thorpe, R.S.S.; and by 
him communicated to the Royal Society :" 1 f. x lOJ in. 

[fi XLII. 39. 1.] 

It is engraved upon a smaller scale in the Philosophical 
Transactions, No. 351. Vol. xxix. p. 545. 

A colored plan of" the Haven of Pemsey, and levell about ad- 
jacent to the town ;" surveyed in 1698, by Edmund Dummer, 
Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the 
Navy ; on a scale of one mile to 2j inches : 1 f, 6^ in. x 8 
in. [Shane, 3233. fol. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Pevensey Castle, 1782 : 
1 f. X 6 in. [*XLI!. 08./.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Pevensey Church : 10} in. 
X 7 in. [ffl XLII. 5a. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Gate at Winchelsea leading lo 
Rye: 1 f. 2 in. X 9} in. [* XLII. !6. a.} 

A tinted sketch of the ruins of Si, Leonard's Church at Wiu- 
chelsea; drawn by T. H., iu 1794: 7^ in. x 6 in. [ft XLii. 
*6. d.] 

A chart of Rye Harbour, the Island of Oxney, and the adjacent 
country, temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. I in. x 1 f. 5 in. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i. 63.] 

" The description of the towne and Harbar of Rye in Sussex, 
1663 ; Gulielmus Ham curator." A large colored plan, on a 
scale of 32 perches to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [ft 
XUi. 83. 1.} 



SOOTHBBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (DOTBR.) 

A colored plan of" the Port of Rye at low water," as surveyed 
in 1698, by Edmund Diiinraer, Surveyor, and Capt. Thomas 
Wiltshaw, Commissioners of the Navy ; on a scale of 2 miles 
to 21 inches: 1 f. 6^^ in. x 8 in. [Shane, 3233. fol. 4.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the South Gate at Rye ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm: 8 in. x 5J in. [di XLii. 3^. ?.] 

A rude survey of the Weald of Kent and Romney Marsh, with 
the coast of Sussex and Kent from Fairleigh Point to Folk- 
stone; inscribed " CarUir's Survey of the Coast of Kent" : If. 
3 in. X I f. 2 in. [ft xvi. 37.] 

A colored sketch of Denge Ness Barracks in an unfinished state, 
as left by the Radnor Militia, 22 May, 1794, who were em- 
ployed in the works from 18 Nor. 1793 : 8 in. x 5 in. [dr 
xvni. 16. 1.] 

A colored survey of the coast of Kent from New Romney to the 
North Foreland, as reconnoitred by Lieut, [afterwards Major- 
Gcneral] William Roy ; with a suney of the road between 
Northiam and Godmersfaam, 1st of Feb. 1757 ; drawn on a 
scale of 1000 feet to an inch : 8 f. x 2 f. 4 in. [sfc xvi. 3o.] 

" The description of Romney Marsh, Walland, Marsly, Denge 
and Guldforde Marsh, with the divisions of their waterings, 
heades, armes, principal sewers and their gutts;" being a 
large plan, drawn temp. EHzabeth: 3 f. x 1 f. 7 in. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i.35.] 

•* The plat of Romney Marsh, describing as well the coramon 
watercourses with their heads, armes, pinocks, bridges and 
principall gutts, also the high waies and lanes u-ithin the 
same; shewing likewise thee true places of the parish 
churches, dwelling-houses, and cottages within the saidc 
levell;" drawn iemp. Elizabeth, on a scale of 2i inches to a 
mile : 2 f 9 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. a*.] 

A rough colored sketch of the shore near Hythe ; drawn about 
1790, in an oval: 9 in. x 6 in. [A xvii. ^. i. b.] 

A colored plan of Sandgate Castle and parts adjacent, shewing 
the soundings of the coast and the bearings; drawn in 1729, 
on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft 

XVIII. 46.] 

A colored viewofFolkstone, taken from Sugar Loaf Hill; drawn 
about the year 1790 : 7^ in. X 4 in. [ft xvi. sa. b.] 

" The Haven of Dover," being a large plan or bird's eye view 
of Dover Harbour, Town and CasUc, shewing the pier which 
was erected in the time of Henry Vlli.; very beautifully 



9i SOUTHBRN COAST OF ENOUND. (DOVER.) 

draH-n [by Vincent, the king's painter, for the king's own 
use?] about 1520-1530: 6 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [Colt. Aug 
I. i. 'ii and la.] 

" A ]>lotl for the making the Haven ol" Dover," being a large co- 
lored plan or bird's eye view of Dover, to shew a project for 
making a harbour in the valley or meadows, with an entrance 
near the foot of the Castle Cliff ; drawn on vellum, about the 
year 1581-1532 : 4 f. 6 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [CoU. Aug. i. i. i9.] 

A large colored plan or bird's eye view of Dover Castle, Town, 
and Haven, shewing a project for enclosing part of the bay 
from the river Dour lo Archcliff, to have one entrance; drawn 
on vellum, in the latter part of the reign of Henry VIII. ; 
signed by " Richard Caundysshe," "John Bartlett," "John 
Aborowgh," and [Sir] "Anthony Aucher," [Captain of Ca- 
lais] : 3 f. X 2 f. 10 in. [Colt. Aug. i. i. vd.] 

" A grounde plait for Dovore," being a scheme for improving 
the harbour by enclosing the whole of the bay, and making 
two entrances ; drawn in the latter part of the reign of Henry 
VIII. : 4 f. X I f. 7 in. [Cott. Aug. I. ii. lo.] 

A large colored plan or bird's eye view of Dover, " made and 
set fourth by the hands of John Luckas ; " being a plan for a 
harbour on the site of the pent, enclosed by stone walls and 
having an entrance between two round toM ers near Archcliff: 
4 f. X 2 f. 6 in. [Cott Aug. i. ii.9.] 

A plan of Dover Harbour, shewing the pent, with a projected 
alteration at the mouth of the harbour ; di-awn temp. Eliza- 
beth, on a scale of 120 feet to an inch : 2 f. in. x 1 f. 5 in. 
[Cott. Aug. I. i. T.] 

This is most probably the plan of Wm. Borowgb, proposed 
about the year 1576. See Lansdowne Ms. 22. arts. 10-14. 

A colored plan or bird's eye view of Dover Harbour and Town, 
shewing the pent, with water oo2ing through the beach ; 
drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth, apparently about the year 
1580: I f. 7 in. x 11 in. [Co«. Aug. i. i. -15.] 

A facsimile copy of a plan or bird's eye view of Dover Castle, 
Town and Harbour; drawn in the year I58I, by or for the 
use of Thomas Digges, Esq., of Wootton iu Xeut, Muster 
Master General of Queen Elizabeth's forces in the Nether- 
lands, who was employed by the Commissioucrs us head en- 
gineer to restore Do\ er Harbour ; and whose arms are at the 
side. It shows the pent and harbour at low water, and has 
some of the soundings marked; drawn on a scale of 15 poles 
to an inch: 2 f, 4 in. x 1 f. lOj in. [Add. 11,815. a.] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (boVB|l.) M 

See Lansdowne Ms. 37. arts. 68 and 7o, xl. arts. 79, so, 

84, 85. 

A colored plan or bird's eye view of Dover Castle, Town and 
Harbour; drawn on vellum, about the 3rear 1581, probably 
for the use of Queen Elizabeth, whose arms are emblazoned 
at the side; it closely resembles the preceding plan, but 
shows the pent and harbour at high water; on a scale of 14 
poles to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 11,815. bJ] 

"The state of Dover Haven, with the new wortes, 1595;" a 
colored plan, drawn apparently for the use of Lord Burghley, 
as the Cecil arms, encircled with the garter, are emblazoned 
at one comer : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Cott Aug. i. i. 46.] 
Drawn by John Hill ? See Lansdowne Ms. 113. art. 38. 

A colcy^d plan of the Harbour, Castle, Arcliffe Fort, Moat's Bul- 
wark, and parts adjoining at Dover; drawn on a scale of 
1000 feet to 2^ inches, (or 13 inches to a mile,) in 1725 : 2 f. 
2 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [di xvi. 50.] 

A colored plan of the Town, Harbour, and fortifications of Dover ; 
drawn in 1737, on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 3 f. 1 in. x 
1 f. 10 in. [jb XVI. 46.] 

A colored plan of Dover, and of Dover Castle, and Archcliff 
Fort ; with the new rampart, covert way, batteries, and bar- 
racks, erected in 1756 ; drawn on a scide of 200 feet to an 
inch : 3 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [y? xvi. 47.] 

A colored plan of Dover Castle, Town and Harbour, shewing 
the boundaries of the corporation's liberties ; drawn in 1804, 
on a scale of about 240 feet to an inch, by the late Sir 
Thomas Mantell of Dover: 4 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [Add. 
11,815. c] 

A highly finished colored plan of the Town and Harboiur of 
Dover, surveyed under the direction of John Rennie, Esq., 
C.E., shewing the soundings at the level of low water mark 
of spring tide, 27 July, 1805, and the line of counter-tide, 
taken two hours before high water, with the set of eddy ebb- 
tide and the set of main fiood-tide ; drawn on a scale of 4 
chains to an inch : 4 f. x 2 f. 2 in. [Add. 11,815. d.} 

A colored view of the Town and Castle of Dover, taken from the 
sea; drawn about 1790; the names in the handwriting of 
Alexander Dalrymple, hydrographer to the Admiralty : 5 f. 
X 8 in. [EgertanyS^i. y. i.] 

A colored view of Dover Castle, from the Deal Road ; drawn in 
1759 : 1 f. 5 in. X 8 in. [fb xvi. 51./.] 



W aOUTHSBH COAST OF KHGLAim. (OOfKB.) 

A colored Tieir ct Dorer Casde, firom the opposite heights ; 
drawn about 17G0 : 6 in. x 4) in. [tf? xn. 51. g^ 

A colored plan of Dorer Castle ; drawn about 1760 ; shewing a 
scheme for a large bastion on the west side, and for another 
small bastion on the north-east to command the entrance ; 
drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch, with a section of 
the ate of the proposed west bastion on a scale of 60 feet 
to an inch, and an deration of the two-gun battery on a 
scale of 30 feet to an inch :2£4in.x2£lin. [fb xvi. 
49.] 

A ground plan of the square tower in the middle of Dorer 
Castle ; drawn on a scale of 18 feet to an inch, by J. Pitt, in 
1782 : 9) in. X 8 in. \sb xvi. 51. /.] 

Pen and ink sketches or plans of the bows and wards of t^e two 
great iron keys of Dorer Castle, one of which is ddirerod to 
ereiy Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the other to the Go- 
remor of Dorer Castle, on their first entering into office, 
[drawn by Robert Chambers about 1773,] to the size of the 
originals : the first being 1 f. 9 in. long, the second 1 £ 6 in. 
long, [lb xn. 51. 9. and /.] 

A colored riew of the North Clifis, Dorer ; drawn by J. Bulman : 
1 £ 7. in. X 1 £ [sb xri. 48. a a.] 

A sketch, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St Martin's Church at 
Dorer ; drawn about 1750 : 1 £ 2 in. x 6 in. [ib xn. 48. f.] 

A riew, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St Martin's Church at 
Dorer; drawn in 1762 : 1 £ x 8) in. \sb xn. 48. X;.] 

An eleration, in Indian ink, of St Mary's Church, Dorer; on a 
locale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 £ [ib xn. 48. m.] 

An eleration of a door-way, with a window orer it, in St Mary's 
Church : 1 £ 2 in. x 7 in. [di xn. 48. o.] 

A riew of a Gothic window near the Font in St Maiy's Church, 
taken down in 1773 ; drawn by Robert Chambers, on a scale 
of 1 inch to a foot : 1 £ 3 in. x 10 in. With an inside riew 
of the same window, [di xn. 48. p, and 9.] 

A design of a stone window, to be erected near the Font in St 
Mary's Church ; drawn by Robert Chambers, on a scale of 
1 inch to a foot, Jan. 25, 1773: 1 £ 3 in. x 9 in. [di xr. 

48. r.] 

A design of an oak frame for a window on the south wall of St 
Mary's Church ; drawn by Robert Chambers, on a scale of one 
inch to a foot, Nor. 7, 1772 : 1 £ 6 in. x 1 £ With an out- 
side riew of the same window, [di xr. 48. «. and <•] 



SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (DOVEB.) 97 

A design of a window intended to be erected on the south wall 
of St. Mary's Church, with a plan and section ; drawn [by 
Robert Chambers] on a scale of f inch to a foot : 1 f. 4 in. 
X 10 in. [di XVI. 48. ti.] 

A plan and elevation of a pillar in St. Mary's Church : 1 f. 4 in. 
X 9 in. [di XVI. 48. w.] 

A plan, with front and side elevations, of a bone-house to be 
built at the north-east comer of St Mary's Church ; drawn 
by Robert Chambers, on a scale of. 2 feet to 1^ inch, 21 Jan. 
1773 : 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 3) in. [fb xvi. 48. n.] 



EASTERN COAST. 



(WALMER TO BERWICK, INCLUDING THE THAMES AND 

MEDWAY.) 

• 

A chart of the east coast of England irom the South Foreland 
to the Humber, and of the course of the Thames up to Lon- 
don, ^iv-ith the sands and shoals laid down ; in the centre are 
Queen Elizabeth's arms curiously ornamented, under which 
is written *' This discription of the sandes made by me 
Richarde Poulter, of the prcsincte of Sainte Kattems by Lon- 
don, marryner, in JuUy, anno Domini, 1584.'" On yellum : 
2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 5 in. ICott Aug. i. i. 44.] 

A colored plan of Walmer Castle ; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 
20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [* xviu. 59.] 

A colored view of the coast as the town of Deal appears at an 
anchor in the Downs; drawn by Edmund Dummer,in 1682: 
2 f. 3 in. X 6 in. [d? Ms. 40. fol. 6.] 

A rude drawing of Deal Castle, in Indian ink, by Capt. John 
Kempthome; taken about 1690: 8 in. x 4} in. [i^^. 8665. 
art. 75.] 

A colored plan of Deal Castle ; drawn about 1 720, on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 6^ in. [di xvi. 4d« f .] 

Another copy of the same plan ; di*awn to the same scale and 
size, [fb XVI. 44.] 

Two colored bird's eye views, the one of a ^* Castle in the 
Downes," the other ^^ A Castle for the Downes ;'* the second 
apparently an improvement of the first: they are circular, 
with circular bastions, and are probably intended to represent 
Sando\%ii Castle, built by Henry VIIL ; drawn on vellum, 
temp. Henry VIH. : each measuring 1 £ 10 in. x 1 f. 7 in. 
[CoU. Aug. I. i. so and ti.] 



EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (THANET.) 99 

A ground plan of Sandown Castle; drawn on yellum, temp. 
Henry VIII. : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [Coit. Aug. i. i. er.] 

A colored plan of Sandown Castle; drawn about 1725, on 
a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [fb 

XVIII. 50.] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of part of Sandwich ; drawn about 
1780 : 9 in. X 2f in. [fb xvii. ii. t. a.] 

Two views, in bistre, of a monument of the fourteenth century, 
with recumbent figures of a knight and his wife, in St Peter's 
Church, Sandwich ; drawn by G. Maxwell, on a scale of one 
inch to a foot : 1 f. 4 in. x 8^ in. [jb xvii. ii. 2. b.] 
Engraved in Boys*s History of Sandwichy p. 353. 

A colored view of the monument of Sir John Grove, of Grove 
Place, Staple, Kent, {temp. Henry VI.) in St. Peter's Church, 
Sandwich; drawn in 1785, by G. Maxwell : 5^ in. x 4 J in. 

[di XVII. 11. 8. c] 

Engraved in Boys's History of Sandwich^ p. 299. 

A view, in bistre, of the recumbent figure of Sir John Grove ; 
drawn by G. M[axwell] in 1778 : 8 in. x 3 in. [di xvii. 
11. t. d.] 
Engraved in Boys's History of Sandwich^ p. 353. 

A colored chart of the Isle of Thanet and Sandwich Marsh ; 
shewing the channels of the River Stour at various periods, 
with plans for its improvement ; drawn tem,p. Elizabeth: 1 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 4 in. \Cott. Aug. 1. 1. 54.] 

A colored chart of the ** Ryver of Stowre betwixt Sandwych 
and Fordwych;" drawn temp. Elizabeth; aU the names are 
in the hand^-riting of Lord Burghley : 1 f. 2 in. x lOJ in. 
[O. jB. Libr. 18 d. hi. fol. «i.] 

A colored view of Pegwell, near Ramsgate ; drawn about 1780 ; 
in an oval : 9) in. x 6^ in. [lb xvii. 43. f .] 

A colored view of the coasts of England and France as you go 
about the Foreland ; drawn by Edmund Dummer in 1682 : 
2 f. 3 in. x 6 in. [«b Ms. 40. fol. 6.] 

A colored view of the North Foreland Lighthouse, with part of 
Kingsgate ; drawn about 1800 : 1 f. ^ in. x 11 in. \sb xviii. 

«4. 6.] 

A colored general view of Kingsgate; drawn about 1800: 1 f. 

X 5 in. [fib xvui. 50. ft.] 

o 2 



100 EASTERN COAST OP ENGLAND. (MEDWAY AND THAMES.) 

A colored surrey of tbe coast of Sent from Whitstable to the I 
North ForelaEd, with the road from Whitstable to Canterbury 
and Chilham ; drawn by [Lieut afterwards Major-General] 
Wm. Roy, 1st of Feb. 1757 ; without a scale, but one inch to 
a mile : 4 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [sir xvi. 3i. i.] 



BIVEBS MEDWAV AND THAMES. 

A colored chart of the mouth of ttie Thames and Medway, 
and part of the coasts of Essex and Kent, with the shoals and 
sands laid down ; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry VIII. : 3 ^J 
X 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 53.] 

A colored chart of the course of the rivers Thames and Med- ' 
way, and of the coasts of Kent and Sussex, to Shoreham, with 
an account of the tides ; drawn on vellum, lemp. Elizabeth, 
probably by \Vtu. Borough, Comptroller of the Navy. 2 f. 2 , 
in. X 1 f. 7 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. n.] 
See Lamdovme Ms. 22, art. lo. 

The rivers of Thames and Medway from London to Rochester, 
shewing the principal! harbours for the Navy Royall of Eng- 
land, also the coast of Kent to Dover, shewing the sands, 
buoys, and soundings, etc. ; and the Downs, the place of the 
said navy's generall rendezvous; delineated 1698; a large 
colored chart, on a scale of \ inch to a mile : 4 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 
Q\ in. [ft Ms. 43. fob 4.] 



BIVEB HEDWAX, INCLUDING BHEERNESS AND CHATHAM. 

A map of the Isle of Sheppey ; drawn in pen and ink, iempt 
Elizabeth : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 5i.] 
See Lansdowne Ms. 18. arts. 74-;7. 

A rough plan of the mouth of the river Medway ; temp. Hcnn 

VIII.: 1 f. 10 in. X 1 f. 5 in. [Cott. Aug. I. i. 66.] 
A large colored chart of the course of the Medway, from Ro-l 

Chester to the Nore, on a scale of nearly 4 inches to a mile ; 

drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth : 3 f. x 2 f. 2 in. [Cott. 

Aug. I. i. 5*.] 

A colored " Map of seveiul pieces of marsh land lyeing in the 
N. w. level in the Isle of Grain in the county of Kent ; the 



I 



EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (SHEERNBSS.) 101 

estate of Mr. John Spong, by J. Bryant, 1726 ;" drawn on a 
6cale of 10 rods to an inch: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f, 1 in. [ft 
xviit. 16, s, a.] 

r A colored " Map of two pieces of land in the Isle of Grain, the 
estate of Mr. John Spong, by J. Bryant, 1726;" drawn on a 
scale of 10 rods to an inch : 1 f. Sin. x 11 in. [Axvni. S6. 
=.6.] 

A colored draft of Sheemess Harbour, shewing the number 

I and disposition of the harbour moorings, including the Nore 

and all the sands, shoals, and soundings, with directions and 

marks for sailing in and out of the said harbour ; drawn in 

1774, on a scale of one mile to an inch. [^ Ms. 44. fol. S3.] 

A plan of " the new fort of Sherenesse as it is staket out," by Sir 
Bernard De Gomme, Quarter Master Geueral and Surveyor 
of the Ordnance under Charles II. nud James II., in 1667; 
drawn in outline, probably by himself, certainly by a Dutch 
artist, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 

[* XVII. 12.] 

A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Sheemess, as it was before 
the revolution in 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an 
inch : 10 in. x 8j in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 40.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Sheemess, in the 
year 1688; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch: 11 in, 
X 9i in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. jo.] 

A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Sheemess, with the improve- 
ments made since the revolution in 1688; drawn in 1698, on 
a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 10 in. x 6} in. [df Ms. 43. 

fol. 40.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Sheemess, in the 
year 1698 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 11 in. 
X 9i in. [* Ms. 44. fol. ao.] 

A colored view of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Sheemess, " taken 
from on board a vessell rideing opposite the hulks " : 2 f. x 
10 in. ; delineated in 1698. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 40.] 

A colored plan of Sheemess at the mouth of the river Medway, 
1725, with the soundings marked ; drawn on a scale of 400 
feet to an inch: 2 f. 4 J in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft xvii. n.] 

A colored plan of Sheemess, shewing the number and nature of 
the guns on the fortifications; drawn about 1730, on a 
scale of 100 feet to an inch : 3 f. I in. X 3 f. 3 in. [ft xvii. 

IS.] 



103 BASTBRN COAST OP BNGLAMD. (SHEERNESS.) 

A colored plan of Sheercess ; drawn in 1732, on a scale of 100 
feet to an inch : 3 f. 4} in. x 1 f. 9 in. ; it is mounted on 
while silk, [di xvii. ib. !■] 

A colored plan of his MajeBly's Dock-yard at Sheemess, in the 
jear 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : II in. 
X H in. [a Ms. 44. fol. 10.] 

A plan proposed by Sir Thomas Slade, late Surveyor of the 
Navy, for enlarging Slieemess Dock-yard; drawn in 1774, 
on a scale of 80 feet to an inch : 2 t. 3 in. x J f. 7 in. [^ 
Ms. 44. fol. 31.] 

A colored plan of Sheemess and part of the adjacent marshes, 
with the works proposed for the belter defence of the 
town and dock-yard; by Thos. Hyde Page, Engineer; 
signed 12 June, 1778, as "approved, C. C," [i. e. by Sir 
Charles Cocks, Bart., then Clerk of the Ordnance, afterwards 
Lord Somers ;] drawn on u scale of 100 feet to an inch ; with 
sections of the Star Fort and of the Cavalier and Half-moon 
Battery, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch. [* xvii. le.] 

This plan is one of those which accompany a report [ft 
XVII. 16. 6.] to the Master General and Board of Ord- 
nance on the state of the fortifications, etc., in the Medway 

■ division, inz.: Sheemess, Gravesend, Tilbury, and Langnard, 
by [Captain, afterwards Sir] Thomas Hyde Page, Engineer, 
dated June Oth, 1778. 

A colored plan of the present stale of Sheemess, 1780, shewing 
the proposed Star Fort on the Qneenborough side, with the 
batteries to be added to the docks ; drawn on a scale of 200 
feet to an inch : 2 f x I f. 6. in. [A xvii. 17.] 

Colored sections of the works proposed at Sheemess, for the de- 
fence of his Majesty's Dock-yard, in 1783, by Matthew Pitts, 
Captain of Engineers ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 
I f. 8 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft xvii. ig. ^.] 

A highly finished colored plan of his Majesty's Yard and 
Garrison at Sheemess ; shewing the ground proposed to 
be made to enlarge the yard; drawn about 1790-1800, on a 
scale of 40 feet to an inch : 4 f. 4 in. x 3 f. 3 in. [ft xvii. 
IS. a.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the following buildings in Sheer- 
ness Dock yard, viz., the grand storehouse, clerk of the 
cheques and storekeeper's offices, the dwelling-houses of the 
storekeeper, master shipwright, master attendant, master 
caulker, boatswain, clerk of the cheques, and clerk of the 



EASTBKN COAST OF BNOLAND. (SHEBRNESS.) 103 

surveys, wilh the foremen &iid workmen's lodgings ; drawn in 
1 698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6^ in. x 1 f. i^ in. 
[* Ms. 43. fol. «.] 
I ^Colored plans and elevatiutis of ihc following buildings in Sheer- 
ness Dock-yard, viz., storehouse for deals, clock-house, new 
storehouse, joiners' shop, the dwelling-houses of the foreman 
of the yard, master sail-maker, master joiner, surgeon, smith, 
master carpenter, and porter, with the officers' stahles and 
workmen's lodgings; drawn iu 169S, on a scale of 30 feet to 
an inch ; 1 f. 6i in. x I f. J in. [* Ms. 43. fol. m.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the following buildings in Sheer- 
ness Dock-yard, viz., the saw-house, pitch-house, boat-house, 
engine-house, smith's shop, cranes,dock and wharfing; drawn 
in 1 698, on & scale of 20 feet to an inch : I f. 4!^ in. x 1 f. } in. 
[•a Ms. 43. fol. 40.] 

A colored plan and section of a cistern built at Sheemess, in the 
year I7IB ; drawn on a scale of 5 feet to an inch ; by John 
Komer, engineer : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [S? xvii. 19. k.] 

A plan and upright of a guard-house projected for Sheemess, 
1717-18 ; drawn, in Indian ink, on ascalecif 5feettoan inch: 
t f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [fb xvn. 19. /.] 

A colored plan and section, and estimate, of the two cesspools 
in the Ravelin at Sheemess, 1740 ; drawn on a scale of 4 feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 84 in. [ft xvii. 19. i.] 

Colored plans of the wells which supply water for the use of the 
dock-yards, &c., of Sheemess, Harwich, and Landguard Fort. 
[* xvn, 19. m.] 

These plans accompany Captain Thomas Hyde Page's re- 
port [See ante, p. 102.] 

A colored plan of the magazine, one bastion, and buildings ad- 
jacent, at Sheemess, shewing a proposed new way of convey- 
ing the powder from the magazine to the Gun Wharf; drawn 
without a scale, but 100 feel to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 7 in, 
[ft XVII. 19. c] 

Colored plans and profiles of the old sea wharfing at Sheer- 
ness ; drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an inch, with a general 
profile, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : two sheets, each 
measuring 1 f. 8 in. x 10 in. [ft xvn. 19./. and ff.} 

Proposed design, with plan and section, for wharfing and repair- 
ing the breach at Sheemess; drawn on a scale of 8 feet loan 
inch : 1 f. 4 in. X t f. I in. [ft xvn. 19. d. and e.] 

A Ms. explanation accompanies this design, wilh the ori- 
ginal rough draughts and estimates. 



104 EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (UPNOK.) 

A writtGii survey of the river of Chatliam from Rocbester Bridgi 
down to Musclebanlc, and so down to Sharpness, Oct. 16673 
[Sloane, 2448. 6.] 

A colored Tiew of the river Medway from Rochester Bridge 
to Sheerness, talien from the steeple of Finsbury Church, 
opposite the dock at Chatham, shewing how the ships of 
the Royal Navy are secured and moored unto the village of 
Gillingham, together with the present number and names of 
them, as per the tables thereof, delineated in September, 1 
4 f. 6 in. X 8}^ in. [df Ms. 43. fol. fi.] 

A description of all the forts and castles situate upon the^ 
river Medway, their plans and profiles, with the number and 
nature of the guns mounted at each place, as they stand in 
their order upon the river, from the castle of Upnor towards 
the sea, viz. : Upnor Castle, James's Battery, Birds' Nest i 
Battery, Cockham-wood Fort, Gillingham Fort, Hoe Fort, I 
Quaker's Battery, Middle Battery, and Buda Battery ; drawn 1 
in 1698, on a scale of 100 feet to 1) inch; on two sheetB-J 
[ft Ms. 43. ff. 36-38.] 

*' A new and exact survey of Rochester, Chatham, and the rimH 
Medway, with the castles, forts, docks, and moorings of the 
ships, taken by Joseph Spice," probably about 1710; on a 
sc^e of 4 inches to a mile : 4 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Add. 
5222. art 5.] 

A colored plan of the river Medway, with the forUficatioi 
thereon, 1725 ; with the soundings of the river, taken at lowl 
water at spring tides ; drawn on a scale of 550 yards to t 
inch : 3 feet 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [* xvi. Ji. a.] 

Another copy of the preceding plan ; drawn on the same scalOtj 
and size. [A xvi. -m. 3.] 

A colored draught of the river Medway, from Rochester Bridgefl 
to the lower part of Gillingham Reach, shewing the numbt 
and disposition of the harbour moorings, the sands and sboalSj,! 
and depth of water at each mooring; drawn in 1774, on i 
scale of 6 inches to a mile : 2 f 4 in. x 1 f 4 in. [ifr Ms*.! 
44. fol. 17.] 

A colored plan of Upnor Castle; drawn in I72S, on a scale o 
20 feet to an inch: 2 f. 3 in. x I f. 7 in. [^ : 

57. *.] 

A colored view of Upnor Castle ; drawn in 1 780 : 1 f. 5^ in. 
9 in. [a xviii. 5a. &.] 



EA8TEHN COAST OF B^GLAND. (CHATHAM.) 105 

I A plan and upright of the bsiracbs proposed at Upnor Castle, 
171j ; dran'D on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : I f. 8 in. X 1 f. 
li in. [tb XVIII. 56. c.} 

I A plan and elevation of a store-house or shedd at Upnor Castle ; 
drawn about 1720, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3i 
in. X 9 in. [A xviii. 58. d.] 

" Plan do Rochester ; " a colored plan, drawn by a French artist 
about 1660, shewing the walls, churches, etc. : 1 f. 9 in. x I 
r. 4 in. [Add. 11,664. arL ss.] 

A colored view of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, taken 
from the opposite side of the river Medway ; drawn in the 
year 1696 : 4 f. x 8f in. [4 Ms. 43. fol. 8.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, as it ex- 
isted before the revolution in 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 
feet to an inch : 1 f. lOi in. x 9 in. [® Ma. 43. fol. e.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, in the 
year 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 2 f . 1 in. 
X 9 in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. 16.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, shewing 
I - the improvements made since the revolution in 1688; drawn 
I in 1698, on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 1 f. lOi in. x fl 

in. [* Ms. 43. fol, a.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, in the 
year I69B ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 2 f, 1 in. 
X 9 in. [fi Ms. 44. fol. i6.] 

I A colored plan of the lines designed to inclose his Majesty's 
Dock-yard and Ordnance Wharf at Chatham, including Gil- 
lingham Fort, and the country for half a mile in front of the 
lines, distinguishing the part not yet executed, and shewing 
the extent of the king's land; drawn in 1755 by Hugh Deb- 
bieg, on a scale of 400 feet to an inch: 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 
[di XYi. 39. e.] 

A colored plan of the intrenchment inclosing his Majesty's Dock- 
yard and Ordnance Wharf at Chatham, surveyed by Hugh 
Debbieg, Engineer, 1756; drawn by Joseph Heath, on a 
scale of 400 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. With a 
profile of the line, on a scale of 16 feet to an inch, [ft 
XVI. w.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's naval yard at Chatham ; dran'n 
in 1774, OQ a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 9 f. x 2 f. 7 in. 
[ft XVI. *i. J.] 



106 BA8TERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (CHATHAM.) 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Chatham, in the 
year 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. 
X 8i in. [d? Ms. 44. fol. i6.] 

A colored plan of Chatham Lines, as they were on the 18th 
May, 1804, shewing the additions proposed to be made to 
the fortifications and barracks ; drawn on a scale of 200 feet 
to an inch, by Thomas Cfaamberlayne, Royal Military Drafts- 
man: 3 f. 4 in. X 2 f. 11 in. [Add. 11,267.] 

Colored plans and sections (with elevations of the gates) of the 
old double dock, the building slip and the old single dock in 
Chatham Yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 6| in. x 1 f. ^ in. [d? Ms. 43. fol. 34.] 

Colored plans and sections (with elevations of the gates) of the 
first and second new single docks, in Chatham Yard ; drawn 
in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6^ in. x 1 f. | 
in. [di Ms. 43. fol. 28.] 

A colored view of the slip in Chatham Yard from which the 
Royal George was launched, in 1789 : 1 f. x 7 in. [fb xvi. 

42. t.] 

Colored plan of the mast-dock in Chatham Yard, with elevations 
of the wharfing ; dra\%ii in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
mch : 2 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 6^ in. [* Ms. 43. fol. 3?.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the boat-yard and the dwelling- 
houses of the surgeon, second assistant, clerk of the survey, 
clerk of the cheque, storekeeper, and commissioner, in Chat- 
ham Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 6} in. [d? Ms. 43. fol. is.] . 

Colored plans and elevations of the dwelling-houses of the mas- 
ter attendant, master builder, second master attendant, master 
caulker, first assistant, and boatswain, with the clock-house 
and storehouses for blocks and tar, in Chatham Dock-yard ; 
drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. x 
1 f. 6i in. [«b Ms. 43. fol. ^o.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the spinning-house and rope- 
walk in Chatham Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 
20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8^ in.x I f. 6} in. [di Ms. 43. fol. 

12.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the hill-house, small forge for 
locks, great long-storehouse, three small cranes and storehpuse 
for cordage, in Chatham Dock-yard; drawn in '1698, on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6} in. x 1 f. } in. [fb Ms. 

43. fol. 10.] 



EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (CHATHAM.) 107 

Colored plans and elevations of a row of storerooms, three deal- 
yards, rigging-house, treenaile-house, caulker's pitch-house, 
cabins, saw-pits, tap-house, etc., in Chatham Dock-yard; 
drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 2 f. I in. x 
1 f. 6^ in. [d? Ms. 43. foh r^.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the oar-maker's shop, the tap- 
house, and eighteen mast-houses in Chatham Dock-yard ; 
drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6^ in. 
X 1 f . i in. [* Ms. 43. fol. 30.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the swinging crane, saw-houses, 
old mast-house, smith's shop, assistant's office, and pitch- 
house in Chatham Dock-yard ; dra^n in 1698, on a scale of 
20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6} in. x 1 f. ^ in. [d? Ms. 43. 
fol. 26."] 

Colored plans and elevations of the painter's shop, officers' 
stables, and teamer's dwelling-house, etc., in Chatham Dock- 
yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
6i in. X 1 f. i in. [* Ms. 43. fol. i6.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the clerk of the rope-yard's 
office, storehouse for cordage, capstand-cranes, anchor forge 
and storehouse for tar, in Chatham Dock-yard; drawn in 
1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6^ in. x 1 f . i in. 
[d? Ms. 43. fol. 14.] 

A plan and elevation of the new storehouse at Chatham, begun 
in 1717 ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8. in. x 
11 J in. [*xvi. 42.^.] 

A colored plan, elevation, and section of the grand storehouse 
at Chatham, 1717 ;. drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. li in. [* xvi. 4«./.] 

Colored plan, elevation, and section of the centre pavilion and 
one end of the grand storehouse at Chatham, 1717 ; drawn 
on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [fb 

XVI. 42. eJ] 

A colored plan, elevation, and section of the master gunner's 
house at Chatham, with the proposed addition, estimated at 
«P270 ; drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 
lOj in. [* XVI. 42. A.] 

A colored view of the arch under the new road in Room Lane, 
Chatham : 6 in. x 4 in. [d? xvi. 42. l."] 

Two colored views of the chapel of St. Bartholomew at Chat- 
ham : 8 in. x 4i in. [4? XVI. 42. £.] 

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116 KAsnn COAST of eitgland. (TiLBimr.) 



THE SITSB THAMES; INCLUDING TILBURT, PUBFLBBT, 

WOOLWICH, AND DEFTFORD. 

A odorod plan, on TeUam, of the river Thames, from London to 
Tilbmy Hope, ^^ Roberto Adamo authore, 1588 ;** drawn on 
a scale of one inch to a mile : 2 f. 1 in. x 6 in. [dl ▼!• iT'.] 

This plan is drawn to shew the scheme for the defimce of 
the river Thames against the Spanish Armada ; it contains 
the batteries erected at various points between Tilbury and 
Greenwich, with the ranges of the guns ; and shews the two 
barriers proposed to be erected across the Thames, one be- 
tween Tilbury and Grravesend, the other between Lee Ness 
and BlackwalL 

It is engraved in the ^' Report on the arrangements which 
were made, for the internal defence of these kingdoms, when 
Spain, by its Armada, projected the invasion and conquest of 
England,^ by John Bruce, Esq., of the State Paper Office, 
privately printed in 1798; 8vo, p. 32. See also Gongh^s 
BriiUk Topography^ vol. i. p. 727. 

A colored plan of Gravesend and Tilbury Fort ; drawn in 1725, 
on a scale of 800 feet to an inch : 8 in. x 4 in. [d? xiii. &3.] 

A plan of Tilbury Fort, with the town of Gravesend, surveyed 
and drawn, in pen and ink, by D. Paterson, Nov. 1746 ; with- 
out a scale, but 400 feet to an inch : 1 f. ^ in. x 8} in. [d? 

XIII. 54.] 

A colored plan of Tilbury Fort, Gravesend, and parts adjacent, 
with the proposed works ; drawn on a scale of 400 feet to an 
inch, by Captain [afterwards Sir] Thos. Hyde Page, En- 
gineer, and signed as approved, 10 June, 1778, by C. C. 
[i. e. Sir Charles Cocks, Bart, Clerk of the Ordnance, after- 
wards Lord Somers.] It measures 2 f. 6 in. x 2 f [d? xm. 
55. a.] 

Colored sections of the new works marked in the preceding 
plan: viz., the battery to cover the point at Tilbury Fort, the 
battery on the Covert Way, the battery above the Block-house 
at Gravesend, and the battery at the New Tavern, Gravesend; 
drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch ; signed T. H. Page, 
and approved by C. C. : 4 f. 9 in. x 1 f . 8 in. [d? xiii. 
55. J.] 

These plans and sections are part of those which accompa- 
nied a report [* xvii. i6. J.] made to the Board of Ordnance 
by Captain Page on the State of the Fortifications, etc., in the 
Medway division, dated June 6th, 1778. 



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BABTERlt COAST OP ENGLAND. (TILBORT.) 109 

A colored plan of Tilbury Fort; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 
100 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4j in. X I f. 8 in. [ft xiii. 53.] 

A colored plan of Tilbuiy Fort, with the alteralJons proposed 
by Captain Page, 1778; signed as approved, by C. C, 12 
June, 1778; drawn on a scale of lOOfeet to an inch; 2 f. 9 in. 
X 2 f. [* XUl. 56.] 
This accompanied Captain Page's Report, 

Profiles of a face, ravelin, battery, and of the south and north 
gale and bridge of Tilburj- Fort ; drawn in outline, on a scale 
of 10 feet to an inch : 4 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft xiii. 57. «.] 

Plan of the three floors, with profiles, of the old powder maga- 
zine of Tilbury Fort, being that with a semicircular end next 
the river Thames, and shewing the jetty ; drawn in outline, 
on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. S in. [ft 
XIII. 57. C] 

A colored plan of a powder magazine, built at Tilbury Fort, 

1716, being one of the two at the landward side; drawn on 
a scale of 10 feet to an inch ; with a transverse section, on a 
scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [ft sin. 
57. d.] 

A colored plan and section of one of the same powder maga- 
zines at Tilbury Fort, shewing what quantity of powder may 
be contained therein, with the mode of stowing it; drawn in 

1717, on a scale of 10 feel to an inch : i f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 
[ft xiu. 57. e.] 

Profiles of the old and new barracks, sutler's house, storehouse, 
keeper's house, and powder-house, at Tilbury Fort ; drawn 
in outline, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch: 3 f. 9 in. x 1 C 

6 in. [ft XIII. 57. b.] 

A colored view of tbe lap-house, gate, and chapel of Tilbury 
Fort, from the new barracks ; drawn 8 Sept 1759 : SJ in. x 
4 in. [ft xui. ST. /.] 

A colored plan of Gravesend Block-house and parts adjacent, 
with the proposed batteries marked in yellow, by Thos- Hyde 
Page, Engineer, 1778 ; signed 12lh June, 177B, as "approved 
C. C.;" on a scale of 100 feet to an inch: I f. 9^ in. x 1 f. 

7 in. [ft XVI. 56.] 

This plan is one of those which accompany a report [ft 
XVII. 16. 6.] to the Master-General and Board of Ordnance on 
tlie state of the Fortifications, etc., in the Medway division : 
viz., ShecmcsB, Gravescnd, Tilbury, and Landguard, by 
Captain Page, dated June 6tb, 1778. 



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EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PCR?LBET.) 



Drawings, m Indian ink, of the epandril of a door of a private 
bouse near the High Street, Gravesend. Corporation of Lon- 
don's Stone in an inn yard at Gravesend, erected in 1660. 
Window in the New Tavern Barracks, Gravesend : 6 in. x 
4^ in. [A XVI. 57. e.] 

An exact survey, colored, of the lands necessary lo be purchased 
by tbe crown, pursuant to an Act of Parliameut, for erecting 
magazines and other buildings at Purfleet, in the county of 
Essex; drawn about 17(iO, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch: 

2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [* xiii. m. 6.] 

A colored projected profile and section for erecting tlie proposed 
wharfing in front of the intended grand magazine at Purfleet ; 
drawn by J. P. D[esniaretz?] in June 1760, on ascaleofS 
feet to an inch : 1 f. X 7 in. With the estimate of the cost 
at ,£'9 per foot running. [* xiii. ta. A.] 

An outline sketch of the same ; being apparently the original 
from which the above drawing is copied. [A xiii, +a, f.] 

A fragment of a specification of some of the wharfing to be exe- 
cuted at Purfleet in 1766 ; with some memoranda on the lever 
and axis and on specific gravity, [ifi xiii. -18. cc] 

A colored elevation of part of the front of the great wharf at 
Purfleet, with a section through the jiroposed piles and land 
tyes of the same ; drawn on a scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 

3 in. X 10 in. [^ xiii. is. f] 

A colored elevation and section of the new wharfing next the 
sluice, shewing the part carried away at the last ihaw at Pur* 
fleet, Feb. 6th, 1 768 ; drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : 
I f. 1 in. X lljin. [*xin. jb. «.] 

A colored section of the proposed channel to convey ihe water 
from the main sluice into the river Thames, Purfleet, 1704 ; 
drawn without a scale, but 8 feel to an inch : 1 f. x 5 in. 
[a XIII. 4Q. p.] 

A colored plan of tbe sea wall round the creek at Purfleet ; 
drawn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch ; with a general sec- 
tion through the sea wall belonging to tlie king's land ; shew- 
ing the height of the extraordinary tide which happened 8 
Jan. 1767, and another section shewing the part slipt down 
towards the Marr Ditch by the overflowing of the tide; drawn 
on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : 1 f. ^ in. x 8i in. [A xjli. 

A colored plan of part of the Marr Ditch at Purfleet, sliewing 
tbe sluices, with projected altoraliuns ; drawn about 1770, on 



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EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (PURFLBBT.) Ill 

a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 8 in. [A xiii. 

48. C] 

A colored section of the proposed work between the creek and 
tlie Marr Ditch, at Purfleet, with the proposed wharfing; 
drawn without a scale, but 8 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 5 in. 
[fb XIII. 48. r.] 

A highly finished colored longitudinal section of the great sluice 
of the Marr Ditch at Purfleet ; drawn without a scale, but 4 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [d? xiii. 48. tr.] 

Two outline transverse sections of the same ; drawn to the same 
scale : 1 f. 5 in. x If. [d? xiii. 48. x,] 

A colored plan shewing the method proposed of laying the 
water-way firom the apron of the sluices at Purfleet ; drawn 
on a scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. [d? xm. 

48. t.} 

A colored plan, elevations, and section of the landing stairs at 
Purfleet, as proposed, 1767 ; drawn on a scale of 4 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 11 in. [d? xiii. 48. oJ] 

A colored section through the magazine next the proof-house ; 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 10 in. x 8 in. [jb 

XIII. 48. e.] 

Another section of the same magazine, tinted ; drawn on a scale 
of 8 feet to an inch : 8 in. x 8 in. [sb xiii. 48./.] 

Another section of the same magazine, with some variations ; 
in outiine ; drawn to the same scale : 8 in. x 6 in. [d? xiii. 

48. g.] 

Elevation of the centering used in erecting the arches of the 
magazines at Purfleet, with estimates of the cost; drawn on 
a scale of 2 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [dl xiii. 48. uJ] 

A projected plan and elevation of the magazine doors at Pur- 
fleet ; drawn on a scale of 2 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. 

[Sb XIII. 48. A.] 

Colored elevations and sections of an inward door and door- 
case of one of the magazines at Purfleet, shewing the copper 
and nails ; drawn in 1764, without a scale, but one inch to a 
foot: 1 f. 6 in. X 10 in. Isb xm. 48. t.] 

A colored plan of the buildings and houses belonging to his 
Majesty's Office of Ordnance at Purfleet; drawn about 1770, 
without a scale, but 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 9 in. : with 
a list shewing by whom they are occupied, etc. [dl xm. 
48. d.] 



EASTERN COAST OF ENGL4ND. (WOOLWICH.) 

A colored section of the labourers' tenements at Pnrfleet ; drawn 
in 1764, without a scale, but 6 feet lo an inch i Bin. x 5 in. 
[dp XIII. 48. n,] 

Ground plan, with front and side elevations, of two small houses 
proposed to be erected at Purfleet; drawn in pencil, without 
a scale, but 4 feet to an inch. [* xiii. 43. y. z. and aa.] 

A plan and elevation of the smith's shop and proposed guard- 
room at Furfleet ; drawn in Indian ink, with some projected 
alterations in pencil, and dated April, 1768; on a scale of 6 
feet lo an inch : 1 f. x 10 in. [df xiii. la. m.] 

A rudely drawn plan of some artificers' quarters at Purfleet ; on 
a scale of about 30 feet to an inch : 4 in. x 2^ in. [ft siti. 
48. M.] 

A colored plan of the river Thames, with the adjacent marshes, 
from Woolwich to Half-Way-lleach ; drawn by T. Jersey, 
about 1780, on a scale of 180 yards to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 
1 f. 2 in. [* VI. la.j 

A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Woolwich as it existed be- 
fore the revolution in 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to 
an inch : lOJ in. x 7i in. [i6 Ms. 43, fol. 48.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Docli-yard at Woolwich, in the 
yearl688; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 11 in. x 
8 in. [#Ms.44. fol.a?.] 

A colored view of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Woolwich, taken 
from the opposite side of the Thames, in I6!)8: 2 f. x 11 in. 
[* Ms. 43. fol. 48.] 

A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Woolwich, shen-ing the im- 
provements made since the revolution in 1688; drawn in 169S, 
on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 10^ in. x 7J in. [ft Ms. 
43. fol. 48.] 

' A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Woolwich in the 
year 1698 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 1 1 in. 
X 8 in. [sb Ms. 44. fol. (9.] 

A colored plan of the town of Woolwich, his Majesty's Dock- 
yard, and rope. walk, surveyed by John Barker, with apian of 
the Warren, as surveyed 1748 ; with a view from Prince Ru- 
pert's Walk of the Royal Academy, Laboratory, etc. ; drawn 
by John Barker in July, 1749, on a scale of 60 yards to an 
inch : 3 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft xvti. si.] 




EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (WOOLWICH.) 

[ A colored plan of bis Majesty's Doct-yard at Woolwich, 1774, 
containing 16 acres 14 poles ; drawn on a scale of 40 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [ft xvii. t*. /.] 

[ A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Woolwich, in the 
year 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch: 11 in. 
X 8 in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. a9.] 
A plan of part of the river Thames, shewing the harbour moor- 
ings at Woolwich ; drawn in 1774, on a scale of 10 inches to 
i of a mile : 2 f. 3 in. >c 1 f. 7^ in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. 30.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of " Woolwich Reach, with soundings, 
taken and reduced to low-water spring-tides; recommended 
to excavate between the red lines as a proper direction for 
the channel Iq clear away the mud from the face of the king's 
yard, which now lays between the doited red lines ; " drawn 
about 1803, on a scale of 1000 feet to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 
8iin. [^<W. 11,802. p.] 

Colored plans and sections (with elevations of the.gates) of the 
double dock and single dock, in Woolwich Yard i drawn in 
1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : I f. 6^ in. x 1 f. } in. 
[ft Ms. 43. fol. A8.] 

Colored plans and sections of the mast-house, saw-house, old 
storehouse, with the cranes, in Woolwich Dock-yard ; drawn 
in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6i in. x 1 f. 2i 
in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 56.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the new storehouse, the dwell- 
ing-houses of the master attendant, clerk of the cheque, store- 
keeper and builder, with the deal-yard, in Woolwich Dock- 
yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
6i in. X 1 f. i in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. .M.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the clock-house and mould-iofl, 
with adjacent buildings, the smith's dwelling-house and shops, 
pitch-kettle house, painter's, bricklayer's, and joiner's shops, 
etc., in Woolwich Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 
20 feet to an inch : 1 f. fij in. x 1 f. i^ in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 

Colored plans and elevations of the porter's dwelling-house, the 
rigging-house, the clerk of the survey's dwelling-house, etc., 
in Woolwich Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 j in. x 1 f. ^ in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. M.] 

A colored " View of his Majesties Rope-yard at Woolwich: viz., 
the outbuildings delineated by scale," shewing the three 
fronU ; drawn on a scale of 20 feel to an inch : 2 C x 1 f. 
Uin. [ft Ms. 43. fol. 60.] 



114 EiSTEMM COAST OF KSIGIJLSO. (P M T fUm L) 

A edored plan of his Mqertj's Bope- jaid at Woohridi, as it 
eziated befiife the lercdntion id 1688; dnim on a scale of 
220 feet to an inch : 10 in. x 5 in. [* Ms.4^ foL 60w] 

A coloied plan of bis Majesty's Rope-jaid at Wocdwich; sheir- 
ing the improTements since the lercdotion ; dcawn in 1696, 
on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 10 in. x 5 in. [ft Ms. 43. 
fol. 60.] 

Ckdored plans and elevations of the dooble rope-walk and the 
sin^ rope-walk, in Woolwich Bope-jard; drawn in 1096, 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6} in. x 1 f. ^ in. [tfr 
Ms. 43. foL 6«.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the new storehouse, master rope- 
maker's dwelling-hoose, clerk of the rope-yard*s dwdling- 
hoose, tar-kettle house, and tar-cellars in Woolwich Rope- 
yard ; drawn io 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
6| in. X 1 f. i in. [* Ms. 43. fol. 6i.] 

A colored surrey of the Warren, in Woolwich ; drawn by John 
Barker, at the Royal Academy, in 1749, on a scale of 35 
yards to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 3|^ in. [fb xvii. ttJ] 

A plan of the fonndery, built at Woolwich, 1715 ; drawn on a 
scale of about 7) feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7) in. [A 

XVII. Jf5. d.] 

A plan and elevations of part of the great pile of building de- 
signed [by Sir John Yanburgh?] at the Tower Place at 
Woolwich, July 9th, 1717; without a scale: 1 f. 8 in. x If. 
4 in. Isb XYii. 26. eJ] 

An elevation of the fW>nt of the gate next the river Thames for 
the ship-carriage house, designed at the Tower Place, at 
Woolwich, 1717, [by Sir John Vanburgh?]; drawn on a 
scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 1 in. [ft xvn. ts. ^.] 

An elevation of the front gate at Woolwich, 1717; drawn on a 
scale of 4 feet to an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 10^ in. [fb xvii. 

A colored plan of the two gun batteries and bomb battery, in 
the Warren at Woolwich, made by the direction of the Hon. 
Major-General Borgard, in the year 1737 ; drawn by J. T., on 
a scale of 14 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xvii. 

A plan of part of the river Thames, shewing the harbour moor- 
ings at Deptford ; drawn in 1774, on a scale of 100 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [d? Ms. 44. fol. 26.] 

A colored plan of the manor of Sayes Court, in the parish 
of Deptford, the property of John Evelyn, Esq., as surveyed 



EASTERN COAST OF BNOLAND. (nEPTPOBD.) 115 

by Joel Gascoyne in 1692. with ihe Dock-yanl ; drawn willi- 
oul a scale, but IJ inch to a chain, or about 176 feet to au 
inch: 5 f. 4 in. x 3 f. 4 in. [sir xviii. i7. a.] 

Au outline plan of " Salen [Sayes] Court, in the parish of Dept- 
ford, being part of the estate of John Eveling, Esq., survejed' 
by Joel Gascoyne, 1692 ;" drawn on a scale of 3 [chains?] to 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 7} in. [A xviii. la. o.J 

" An actual survey of some lands belonging to Sales Court, in 
the parish of Deptford, in the county of Kent, being part of 
the estate of John Ereling, Jun., Esq., surveyed by Joel Gas- 
coyne, 1692;" drawn ou a scale of 3 [chains?] to an iuch: 
2 f. 4^ in. X 1 f. 7 in. [ft xviii. iB. p.] 

A colored plan of the manor of Sayes Court, in the parish of 
Deptford, with itie docli-yard ; drawn apparently about 1700, 
[by John Grove i] no scale marked, but | inch to a chain, or 
about 44 feet to an inch: 2 f 3 in. x 1 f. 5^ in. [ft xviii. 
.7. r..] 
A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Deptford, as it existed before 
the revolution in 1688 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an 
inch : 10 in. x SJ in. [ft Ms. 43. foL.stf.] 

I A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Deptford, in the 
year 1688; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch: II in. 
X 8i in. t* Ms. 44. fol. «.'..] 

I A colored view of the Dock-yard at Deptford, taken froni the 
opposite side of the Thames ; drawn in 1698 : 2 f. x 10 in. 
[ft Ms. 43. fol. 66.] 

! A colored plan of the Dock-yard at Deptford, shewing the im- 
provements made since the revolution in 1688 ; drawn in 
1698, on a scale of 220 feet to an inch: 10^ in. x 8^ iu. [ft 
Ma. 43. fol. 56.] 
A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Deptford, with 
the improvements in the year 1698 ; drawn on a scale of 220 
feet to an inch : 11 in. x 8^ in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. ■;&.] 

An outline plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Deptford, 1774 ; 
drawn on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 4 f. 10 in. x 2 f. 4 
in. [ft XTin. 17. 10.] 

A colored plan of his Majesty's Dock-yard at Deptford, in the 
year 1774 ; drawn on a scale of 220 feet to an inch : 11 in. 
X 8J in. [ft Ms. 44. fol. a;..] 

Colored plan, with elevation of the gates, of the wet dock in 
Deptford Yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 7^ in. X 1 f. 6^ in. [ft Ms. 43. fol. ts.] 



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BASTBBH COAST OF ENGLAND, (dEPTFORD.) 



A Miored " Survey of the Welt Dock for Mr. Wise, from ihc 
road on the back of tbe yard to the river, and home to the 
Red House wall, contains 12 acres, including the house of 
Grove Street, surveyed by John Grove, May 1712 ;" drawn 
on a scale of | inch to a chain, or about 88 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 11 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [* xviii. n. 4.] 

A colored plan of the ivel dock at Deptford, apparently a copy 
of Grove's Suney of 1712 [xviii. i7. *.]; drawn on the same 
scale and size, [sb xviii. 17. 5.] 

A colored plan of the wet dock at Deptford, apparently an un- 
finished copy of Grove's Survey [xviii. 17. 4.] ; drawn on the 
same scale and size, [sir xviii. n. 6.] 

An outline plan of the wet dock at Deptibrd, distinguishing cer- 
tain portions of land " not to be conveyed" [to the trustees 
of the Evelyn family, 10 Geo. I,?] ; drawn about 1725, on a 
scale of 45 feet to an inch : 2 f. x I f. 9 in. [win. 17. 7.] 

Colored plan and sections (with elevation of the gates) of the 
dry dock in Deptford Yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 6J in. x 1 f. J in. [* Ms. 43. fol. si.] 

Cohtred plan, with sections, of the mast-dock in Deptford Yard ; 
drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 11 in. 
X 1 f. ej in. [ft Ma. 43. fol. re.] 

A tolortid "Siiervcy of the mast-dock, by the Red House at 
|)«pirunl, for Esq. Evylen, November the 5, 1711, survey'd 
by mo, John Grove ;" drawn on a scale of 26 feet to an inch : 
1 f. in. X 1 f. 4i in. [ft xvni. ii7. n.] 

A colort^d plan of the mast-dock at Deptford; drawn about 
I)1S ; iipparontly a reduced copy of part of Grove's Suney 
[xviii. 17. II.]; without a scale, but about 50 feet to an inch : 1 
f. Si in. X Oj in. [ft xviii. 17. 9.] 

('oluftid plans and elevations of the mast-house, reed-house, 
inaMt-dock, crane, etc., in Deptford Dock-yard; drawn in 
Ui»f4, on 11 scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. ejin. x 1 f. i in. 
[ft Ms. 43. fol. 74.] 

('nltm'd plani and elevations of the great-storehouse, additional 
utore-houce, new -storehouse, great new-storehouse, sheathing- 
board-hoase, ri(;ging-house, etc., in Deptford Dock-yard; 
dritwi) in 109t4, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6^ in. 
X 1 1.4 iia. [ft Ms. 43. fol. B!.] 

Colortid pliinH and elevations of the builder's dwelling-house 
Hild nlflce, etc., lap-house, pay-office, sail-room, etc., in 
U«iilford Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet 
h> an im-li: 1 f. it in. x I f. (t^ in. [ft Ms. 43. fot. ee.] 




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EA8TEBN COAST OP EHGLAND. (DEPTFOBD.) 117 

■olored plane and elevations of the storehouBc for Bails, the 
south gateway, the smith's shop, and saw-houses in Dttptibrd 
Dot-It ■)■ anl ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feft to an inch: 
1 f. 6i in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* Ms. 43. fol. 7o.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the gate-house, and the dwell- 
ing-houses of the surgeon, clerk of the survey, clerk of the 
cheque, hullder's assistant, storekeeper and master attendant 
in Deptford Dock-yard ; drawn in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 6} in. x I f. } in. [« Ms. 43. fol. ce.] 

Colored plans and elevations of the stables, shealhing-board- 
house, great saw-house, pitch-house, wheeler's shop, and 
divers other offices in Deptford Dock-yard; drawn in 1698, 
on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 3 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [tt 
Ms. 43. fol. 7^.] 

Colored plans and elerations of a saw-house, the mould-loft, 
boat-houses and great crane in Deptford Dock-yard ; drawn 
in 1698, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6J in. x 1 f. i 
in. [* Ms. 43. fol. Bo.] 

A plan of the ground on which " the New Church" [St. Paul's] 
is buill, shewing the houses and properly belonging to Mr. 
Richard Wise which he proposes to sell for 600 guineas, and 
upon certain conditions, to the commissioners, whose agree- 
ment is signiaed, 28 Oct. 1712 : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f, 8 in. [* 

XVIIl. 18. /.] 

An outline plan of the basement of St. Paul's Church at Dept- 
ford ; drawn on a scale of 6| feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X I 
f. 8 in. [® XVIII. 18. e.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the ground floor of the same church, 
inscribed " Mr. Archer, archite. Plann of Deptford New 
Church ;" drawn on the same scale : 1 f. 6 in. x 11} in. [dr 
XVIII. is.f.2 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the same church, shewing the situa- 
tion of the pews ; drawn on the same scale : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 
[* XVIII. IB. -7.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the ground floor of the same church ; 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch: If.Sin. X lib. [ft 
XVIII. IB. A.] 

Another copy of the same plan, shewing the outline of the cen- 

. tral dome light ; drawn on the same scale, [ft xviii. is. t.] 



A colored chart of the coast of Essex and Suffolk, from the 
Naze to Bawdsey ; shewing the course of the Stour, Orwell, 
andDeben; drawnon vellum, /«*//>. Henry Vlll.: 2f. x 2 f. 
IColt. Aug. I. i. iT.] 



lis EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (HARWICH.) 

A view, in Indian inkjoftbe tower at the Naze Point in Essex ; 
[drawn by John Thomas Smith] : 8f in. x 6} in. [sb xiil. ] 

«.] 

A colored chart of Orwell Haven, or rather Harwich Road, 
with some projected fortificatione at the entrance ; it is in- 
scribed " This plott made by Mr. Lee, anno 25 Henr. 8vi." 
On vellum : 3 f. x 2 f. 8 in. [Colt. Aug. i. i. 56,] 

A Jilan of a fort inscribed " Harwich," probably of a fort pro- I 
posed to be erected there; it differs from the preceding; ' 
drawn temp. Henry VIII.: 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Co«. < 
Aug, I. i. 61.] 

An outline plan of Harwich ; drawn about 1690, by a Dutch 
artist, [Sir Bernard de Gonime ? compare the plan of Sbeer- 
ness, XVII. la.,] on a scale of 150 feet to an inch : I f. 3 in. 

1 f. [* XIII. 15. 3.] 

An outline plan of Harwich ; drawn by a Dutch artist about j 
1690 ; on a scale of 150 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x If. [d) 
XIII. 15. a.] 

It is apparently a copy of the preceding plan, xiii. is. 3., 
with some alterations. 

A colored plan of the town and harbour of Harwich, with the 
soundings marked; drawn in 1725, on a scale of 850 feet to 
an inch ; with a separate plan of Languard Fort, on a scale of j 
40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x I f. 7 in [^ xxxix. ei.] 

A plan of the harbour of Harwich, with the rivers Stour and 
Orwell that empty themselves into it, with the country up to 
Maniiingtree and Ipswich, and marking the precincts of the 
borough of Ipswich ; shewing also the course or run of water 
from the river Orwell or Ipswich river towards Polleshed, ac- 
cording to the charter of the 10 of Henry VIII. granted to 
Ipswich ; drawn about the year 1780, by the late James j 
Fulham, Esq., who died mayor of Harwich in 180' 
scale of 2 inches to a mile: 2 f. Ij- in. X 1 f. 7i in. [.iddL-j 
11,809. a.] 

A plan of the harbour of Harwich and the entrances of the 
rivers Stour and Orwell, with the soundings of the harbour, 
distinguishing the depths of water found upon survey about 
1757, and the depths taken in February 1777 ; shewing also 
the enlargement of the sands, and the decay of the cliffs be- 
tween those years, and the course of the Orwell according 
the charter of Ipswich, 10 Henry VIII. ; drawn by the late 
James Fulham, Esq., on a scale of 6 inches to a mile : 2 f, 
5j in. X I f. 8i in. [_Adti. 11,602. A.] 




EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (HARWICH.) 



119 



|.A colored plan, on vellum, of the harbour of Harwich and the 
entrances of ihe rivers Stour and Orwell ; drawn by the late 
James Fulham, Esq., on a scale of 6} inches to a mile : 2 f. 
2i in. X 1 f. 6i in. [Add. 11,802. c] 

It is nearly a repetition of the preceding, and contains the 
same soundings. 

A plan of the harbour of Harwich and the entrances of the rivers 
Slour and Orwell ; drawn by the late James Pulham, Esq., 
on a scale of 6 inches to a mile : 2 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 9} in. 
[Add. 11,802. rf.] 
I It is a copy of b., but it has not the soundings marked. 

A colored plan of the town of Harwich ; drawn about the year 
1780, by the late James Pulham, Esq., on a scale of 180 
yards to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [Add. U, 802. e.] 

A colored view of Harwich and Landguard Fort, taken from 
Harwich Cliffs ; drawn by H. Gilder, in 1777 : 5 f. 6 in. x J 
f 1 in. [* xiH. 15. i. e.] 

A " view of Harwich and the coast by the sea," an unfinished 
copy of the preceding [xiii, i5. 4. e,] ; 5 f. 6 in. X 1 f. 1 in. 

[* XIII. 1.^. 4./.] 

A tinted plan of the Royal Dock-yard and part of the town of 

Harwich, with proposed alterations in the position of the 

ships placed as breakwaters ; drawn about the year 1780, by 

I the late James Pulham, Esq., without a scale, but about 18 

[ yards to an inch: 2 f. 4i in. x 1 f. 71 in. [Add. 11,802./.] 

An outline plan of the Royal Dock-yard and part of the town 
of Harwich ; drawn about 1780, by the late James Pulham, 
Esq., without a scale, but about 36 yards to an inch : 1 f. 9 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 11,802. (/.'] 

A colored plan of Harwich cliffs and crown lands ; drawn about 
1780, by the late James Pulham, Esq., on a scale of 100 feet 
to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x If. 4^ in. [Add. 11,802. A.] 

A colored plan of the river Orwell up to Ipswich, and part of 
the river Slour ; drawn about 1780, by the late James Pul- 
ham, Esq. ; without a scale, but one inch to a mile : 1 f , 6 in. 
X llj in. [Add. 11,802. t.] 

A colored plan of Landguard Fort, with the proposed alterations, 
by Thos. Hyde Page, Engineer, signed as " Approved, 
12 June, 1778, C. C," i. e. Sir Charles Cocks, Bart., then 
Clerk of the Ordnance, afterwards Lord Somers ; drawn on a 
scale of 40 feet to an inch ; with section on a scale of 20 feet 
to an inch ; 4 f. 4 in. x S) in. [ib xxxiz. 6i.] 




EASTERN COAST OP SNGLAND. (SOPFOLK.) 



port [xvir.^^H 
Ice. oil the '' 



This plan is oiie of those which accompany a report [ 
16. S.] to the Master General and Board of Ordnance, ou tlie 
state of the fortifications, etc., in the Medivay division : viz. 
Sheemess, Gravesend, Tilbury, and Landguard, hy [Captain, 
aflemaids Sir] Thomas Hyde Page, Engineer, dated June 6, 
1778. 

A colored plan of the state of the new works at Landguard 
Fort, in Jan. 1781 ; draHm on a scale of 200 feet to an incb ; 
with sections of the redoubt and the lines, on a scale of 15 feet 
to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. X 2 f. [ft xxxix. 63.] 

Colored plans of the wells which supply water for tlie use of the 

dock-yards,etc., of Sheemess, Harwich, and Landguard Fort, 

with Ms. Explanations, by Thos. Hyde Page, Engineer, 1783. 

[* XIII. 15. i. g.] 

These plans accompany Captain Page's Report, xvii. le. b. 

A colored plan of Woodbridge Quays, Suffolk, in the occupa- 
tion of Messrs. Abbot and Calver, and Benjamin Jessup; drawn 
about 1780, by the late James Pulham, Esq., without a scale, 
but about 35 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x I f. 4 in. [Add. 
1 1,802. i.] 

An outline plan, on vellum, of an estate in Woodbridge, Suf- 
folk, in the possession of James Pulham, Gent., 1812 ; on a 
scale of 16 feet to an inch: 1 f. C in. x 1 f 1 in. .[Jdd. 
11,802. 1.] 

A colored chart of the coast of Suffolk, from Onvell haven to 
Gorlston, near Yarmouth, with the several forts and bea- 
cons erected thereon ; drawn on vellum, temp. Henry VIIE 
on two sheets, measuring together 7 f. x 1 f. 1 in. [CoM 
Aug. I. i. SB.] 

A colored chart of the coast of Suffolk, from Bawdseye tq J 
Thorpe, including Orford and Aldborough ; drawn tempi. J 
Elizabeth, on two sheets, measuring together 5 f. 2 in. ) 
f. 2 in. ICoif. Aug. i. i. 64.] 

A colored plan of the marshes in Alderton, Suffolk, laid dow 
with a view to ascertain the passage to Scott's Marshes ; tho9 
property of Messrs. Giriing and Wigg ; drawn by Isaac Joha> I 
son, Surveyor, March, 1811, without a scale: 1 f, lOj in. 
! f. 6 in. [Add. 11,802. wi.] 

A colored facsimile copy, on vellum, of a bird's eye view i 
chart of the coast of Suffolk from Alderton to Aldborougb, 
including Orford Ness ; " made in Aldeboroughe by AnanitI 
Applelon, Ao. Dni. 1588:" 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. IJdt 
11,802. N.] 



^ 



EASTEKM COAST OP ENGLAND. (HUMBER.) ISt 

Tlifi original chart was, in 1830, in the possession of the 
late Leveson Vernon, Esq., of Aidborough. 

A colored plan of tlie Back Street in Aldebiirgli, Suffolk, with 
several houses and buildings copyhold of the manor of Alde- 
burgh : drawn on a scale of 60 jcct to an inch : 1 f. 2J in. x 
1 f. lAdd. 11,802.0.] 

A colored plan or bird's eye view of the town and harbour of Great 
Yarmouth ; drawn temp. Henry VUl., on two sheets of vel- 
lum, measuring 4 f. 8 in. X 1 f. II in. [Cort. Aug. I. i. 74.] 

" A generall plotte and description of the fenns and other 
grounds within the Isle of Ely and in the counties of Lin- 
colne, Northampton, Huntington, Cambridge, Sufiblke, and 
Norfolke ;" on a scale of two miles to an inch ; drawn on ve\- 
\om, iemp. Elizabeth: 2 f. 6 in. x 2 f. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 7b.] 

A chart of the fens between Lynn Regis, Denver Sluice, and 
Wisbich ; drawn on vellum, temp. Elizabeth, on a scale of 
about one inch to a mile : 2 f. 3 iu. x 1 f. 5 in. [Cott. Aug. 
I.i.79.] 

A colored plan of a new cut from Wainfleet, in Lincolnshiie, to 
the sea ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i. 8*.] 

A colored plan of the Humber, with the Trent and Ouse up to 
Nottingham and York, "Copyed from Capt. Phillips', 1720;" 
I drawn on a scale of 25 miles to an inch : 3 in. x 2} in. [df 
I XLIV. 3.1. J.] 

Another copy of the preceding, dated 1725. [* xuv. .li. b.] 

A colored map of the East Riding of Yorkshire, inscribed "This 
plotte ys made for the discription of the river of Humber and 
of the sea coast from Hull to Skarburgh ; " drawn temp. 
Henry VIII. J shewing the soundings and the beacons oa the 
coast: 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f, 6 in. [O. R. Ubr. 19. d. ni. fol. 6s.] 

A plan of the countiy about Kingston upon Hull, from Col- 
tingham and Hessell on the west, to Hedon on the east; 
intended, apparently, to shew the draining of the country ; 
drawn ou vellum, temp. Henry VIII., on a scale of 5 inches 
to a mile : 4 f. 3 in. x 3 f. [Cott. Aug, i. supp. ao.] 

A colored chart or bird's eye view of the Humber, from Kingston 
upon Hull, and Barton to the sea ; drawn temp. Henry VIII., 
after the year lo41, as it shews the castle and block-houses 
on the Drypool side of the river Hull, which in this view is 
represented as having two bridges over it : 3 f, 2 in. x 2 f. 2 
in. [Cott. Aug. I. i. bu.] 



132 EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. [KINGSTON UPON MtlLL.) 

A colored plan of the moulh of the Humber, with the sonndin^ 
marked; " copyed from Capt Phillips', 1720;" withont a 
scale, but 5 miles lo an inch r 7 J in. x 7 in. [ft xLlv, 33. c] 
Another copy of the preceding, dated 1726, [^ XLiv, S4. c.'] 
A colored plan or bird's eye view of Kingston upon Hull ; drawn 
tfinp. Henry VIII., and before the year 1541 : 2 f. ) 
f. 8 in. [Cotl. Aug. I. i. 83.] 

This plan has been engraved, on a very reduced scale, as 
the frontispiece to Frost's Notices relative to the early Hulory 
of the Town and Port of Hull, 4to, Lond. 1827, and is de^ 
scribed at pp. 79-88 of thai work. 

A colored " Plan of Kingston upon Holl, copyed from Capt. ' 
Philips', 1720;" without a scale, but about 400 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 2 in. X I f. 6 in. [d? xLiv, 33. a.] 

A colored plan of Kingston upon Hull, 1725, apparently acopy 
of the preceding, but shewing " the Hat" within the town, 
to which "there is no title, and [which] belongs to the king, 
having many good buildings and "garden called the Mannor 
Ground ;" drawn on a scale of 400 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. 
X 1 f. in. [sb XLIV. :U. a.] 

A plan of the eastern side of Kingston upon Hull, shewing the 
castle and block-houses erected in 1541, upon the Drypool 
side of the river Hull, and the North Bridge, with a leaf or 
trap in the centre ; the admeasurements are annexed ; the 
total length of the works being 285)4 feel ; drawn levip. Henry 
VHI.'; it is without a scale, but about 35 feet to an inch : 
f. 8 in. X 3 f. [Coit. Aug. i. Suppl. 4.] 

A plan of tlie Castle and block-houses erected in 1S41 upon the 
Drj-pool side of the river Hull ; drawn temp. Henry VIII., 
upon a scale of 40 feet lo an inch: 4 f. 8 in. x 1 f. Sio. 
[Cotl. Aug. I. ii. 4y.] 

This plan has been torn, and part of the line between the 
Castle and north block-houEo is wanting. 

A rough plan of some works proposed on the Drypool side of 
the river Hull ; drawn temp. Henry VHI. : 9 f. x 1 f. 10 in. 

[C*o«. Aug. I. Suppl. 3.] 

A colored plan of some works projected for the defence of 
Kingston upon Hull, by forming large bastions aroond the 
Castle and block-house, with an addilional bastion between 
the Castle and north block-house, and shewing the range of 
point blank shot ; drawn on vellum, by W. Browne, about 
the year 1588, on a scale of 200 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 £ 9 in. [Cotl. Ang. I. i. ss.] 






EASTERN COAST OP ENGLAND. (wiIITBy.) 123 

A plan of the king's manor house of Kingston upon Hull, and 
of the ground round it, with the meaBurementB ajffixed ; drawn 
t^np. Henry VIII.: 4 f. X 4 f. [Coft. Aug. I. ii. Snppl. i.] 

" A new plat, made by . , . Rogers, of the king his higlines man- 
ner of Hulle, the xxv of June ;" drawn temp, Henry VIH. 
[probably in 1541] : I f. 9 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Colt. Aug. i. 



A plad of the manor or palace of Henry VIII. at Kingston upon 
Hull; drawn (mp. Henry VIH.: I f. 4 in. X 10 in. {Cott. 
Aug. I. ii. u.] 

A bird's eye view of the manor or palace of K. Henry VIII. al 

Kingston upon Hull ; drawn temp. Henry Vill. : 3 f. 8 in. 

X 2 f. 6 in. [Cott. Aug. I. ii. i3.] 
A colored plan or bird's eye view of Scarborough town and 

eastle; drawn temp, Henry VIII.: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f 7 in. 

[Cott. Aug. I. ii. 1.] 

A rough colored plan oc bird's eye view of " Scarburoghe 
Castell," town, and port ; drawn temp. Henry Vlll, : I f. 9 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. [O. R. Libr. 18 d. hi. fol. M.J 

A general view of the Yorkshire coast from the south point of 
Robin Hood's Bay to the entrance of Runswick Road, with 
a chart of the same coast ; surveyed aud drawn, on a scale of 
four inches lo a mile, by Francis Gibson, and dedicated by 
him lo Henry, Earl Fauconberg, Lord Lieutenant of the 
North Riding of Yorkshire, about 1790 : on vellum, 3 f. 8 
in. X 2 f. 10 in. [sb xliv. aa.] 

" Appearance of the port of Whitby from the sea ;" a view, in 
Indian ink, drawn on vellum, by Frauds Gibson, about 1790 : 
1 f. 2i in. X 6 in. [fi xLiv. a*.] 

A view of Whitby from the south ; drawn in Indian ink, on vel- 
lum, by Francis Gibson, about 1790 : 1 f. 2^ in. x G in, [<ii 
XLIV. a».] 

A south-east prospect of Whitby AKbey ; drawn in Indian ink, 

on vellum, by Francis Gibson, about 1790: 1 f. 2^ in. x Gin. 

[ft XLIV. *a,] 
General view of the rocks at Blackball, near Hartlepool, co. 

Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: lOj in. x 

7i in. [P. R. Kaye, n. T7.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the N. rocks coming from Blackhall ; 
drawn about 1780, by S. H. Grimm ; lOi in. x 7^ in. II'. 
H. Kaye, U. 79,] 



124 EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (HARTLEPOOL.) 

A view, in Indian ink, of rocks on the coast at Blackball, co. 
Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: 10|- in. x 
7j in. [P. R. Eaye, ii. 78.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a road between the cliffs near Blackball, 
on the coast of Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 
1780: 11 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 76.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the north end of Blakehall near 
Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: 10} in. x 
7i in. IP. R. Kaye, ii. 75.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of rocks near Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, about 1780 : lOj^ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 74.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Hartlepool ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1778 : 11 in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 55.] 

An outline view of part of the old fortifications of the harbour 
of Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780 : 9} in. 
X 5} in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 66.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of some old buildings in the harbour of 
Hartlepool ; drawn in 1778, by S. H. Grimm: 10|| in. x 7} 
in. IP. R. Kaye, ii. 73.] 

A view, in outline, of part of the old walls and harbour of 
Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ii.'7i.] 

A view, in outline, of part of the old walls at Hartlepool ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 70.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the market place at Hartlepool ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 63.] 

An outline view of the friary at Hartlepool ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, about 1780 : 9} in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 65.] 

An outline view of Hartlepool Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
about 1780: If x 9) in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 56.] 

An outline view of the east end of Hartlepool Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 57.] 

An outline view of the interior of the porch at Hartlepool 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780 : 10 in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 62.] 

An outline view of the interior of Hartlepool Church, looking 
east ; drawn by S. II. Grimm, about 1780 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 58.] 



SASTBBK COAST OF ENGLAND. (WEABMOUTH.] 125 

Drawings, in Indiau ink, of two brackets, and ground plots of 
tlireo pillars at Hartlepool Churcli, by S. H. Grimin : 11 in. 
X 7i in. [P.R. Kaye, II. et.] 

An outline view of a monumental brass of a female, in Hartle- 
pool Church ; drawn by S, H. Grimm, about 1780 : I f. 3 in. 
X 11 in. [P. ii. Kaye, II, 61.] 

Outline drawings of two monuments in Hartlepool Churcb-yard ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, about 1780: each measuring 9J in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 59, 60.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of some cottages formed from the ruins 
of old buildings al Hartlepool : drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7i in. [/*. fi. Kaye.ii. 7S.] 

Outline sketches of some old buildings at Hartlepool ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ea.] 

A view, in Indian'ink, of some old buildings at Hartlepool; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 

69.] 
A west view, in Indian ink, ofMonk Wearmouth Church; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. its.] 
A north view, in Indian ink, of Monk Wearmouth Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : H in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 

,77.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Wearmouth Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. i74.] 

An outline view of the end of the bishop's chapel at Bishop 
Wearmouth ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9i in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, n. ib5.] 

Eight drawings of sepulchral and other figures, at Monk Wear- 
mouth ; by S. H. Grimm : each 9\ in, x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 179, ItlU. a., ISO. b., ISl. IBJ. a., l&i. b., 184, 186.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Mr. Egerton's bouse at Wearmouth ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 

175.] 
An outline new of a bam belonging to Mr. Egerton's house at 

Wearmouth; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9j in. x 6 in. [P. 

R. Kaye, 11. i76.] 
A colored chart of the course of the Tyne, fi'om Newcastle to 

Tynemouth ; drawn temp. Henry VIII., on a scale of 2 inches 

to a mile : on vellum, 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Catt. Aug. i. 




EASTEBN COAST OP EHOLAND. (TYNEMOUTH.) 



A colored plan of Tynemouth Abbey and Castle ; drawn ti 
Henry VIII,, on a scale of 160 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. 
11 in. [Cott. Aug. I. ii. 6.] 

A colored plan of Tynemouth Abbey and Castle j drawn on vel- 
lum, temp. Henry VIII. ; the measurements are added in a 
later hand, in Italian : 2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [Cott. Aug. i. 
ii. T.] 

A colored general plan of Tynemouth Town and Castle, and Clif- 
ford Fort, scituate at the entrance of the river Tine ; drawn 
about 1720, on a scale of 400 feet to an inch ; with a separate 
plan of Clifford Fort, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch ; and 
a section of the same fort, on a scale of 40 feet to an inch : 2 f, 
4i in. X 1 f. 8 in. [4 xxxill. es.] 

A Tiew, in black chalk, of the interior of Tynemouth Prioiy 
bairacka; drawn about 1800: II in. x 8| in. [A 
S3, d,"} 

A north-west view, in outline, of the ruins of Tynediouth Priory ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
III. lis.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the western extremity of the sooth 
side of the nare of Tynemouth Priory ; by S. H, Grimm : 1 
f. 3 in. X lOj in. \_P. R. Kaye, iii. lis.] 

Outline drawing of a monument and part of an inscription i 
Tynemouth Priory ; by S. H, Grimm : 9j in. x 6 in. \_P. 1 
Kaye, iil. iM.] 

Outline drawing of the capital of one of the pillars in Tyne- 
mouth Priory ; by S. H. Grimm : 91 in. x 6 in. [P. A T 
Kaye, nr. i*i.] 

A colored " ground plotte of Clifford's Forte, buitded 1672, att 1 
the Low Lights, near Tinmouth Castle, upon the river of Tin^ I 
by one of his Majestyes Engeneers, M. Beckmann ; " drawn J 
by him, on a scale of 20 yards to an inch : 1 f. i i 
[ft XXXIIl, 23. g. 1.] 

"The protyle of Clifford's Forte';" being a colored sectiod of] 
the same, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch ; drawn by the si 
hand : 1 f. ) in. x 8 in. [# xxziii. j3. g. !.] 

"The prospect of Clifford's Fdrte, towards the north-east;" aJ 
colored view, drawn by the same hand : 1 f. J in. x 8 in. [Al 
xzxiil. 'ii. g. ;i.] 

"The prospect of Clifford's Fort towards the west;" a colored! 
view, drawn by the same hand; 1 f. } in. x 8 in. [j) x,xxiii. | 



I 



EASTEBN COAST OF ENOt.AND. (BAMBOBODGH.) 137 

Outline drawiag of Uie shaft of the MonliBtoDe near Tyne- 
mouth; by S. H. Grimm : 9i in. x 6 in. [P. S. Kaye, iii. 

Outline drawing of the top of the Monkstone near Tyne- 
mouth; by S. H. Grimm: 9i in. x 6 in- [P. R. Kaye, 



¥ 



A colored bird's eye view of Newcastle upon Tyne ; diawn 

temp. Henry VIII.: 1 f. 10 in. x fl in. [Colt. Aug. i. 

ii. 4.] 
"Plande Newcastle ou Neuchastel"; a colored plan, drawn by a 

French artist, about 1650, shewing the walls and churches; 

100 paces to If inch : 1 f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. {Add. 11,564. 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Bamborougb Castle, as seen 
wlien coming from AInwicli ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 9J 
in. X Oi in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 37.] 

A view, in India inlc, of Bamborough Castle, taken from Monk- 
house ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9} in. x 6 \d. \P, R. Kaye, 
III. 50.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Bamborough Castle ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 1 f. x 9i in. {P. R. Kaye, iii. 4o.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Bamborough Castle, taken 
from the sands ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, Hi. 39.] 

A large plan of Bamborough Castle ; drawn temp. Henry VIII. 

on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 4 f. x 1 f. 6 iu. [Cott. Aug. 

1. ii. s.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the round tower and keep of Bam- 

brough Castle, takeq from the foot of the cliff; drawn by S. 

H. Griraio : 9J in. x C in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 3b.] 
A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the keep of Bamborough 

Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: I f. x 9i in. [P. R. 

Kaye, ill. -ii.] 

A. view, in Indian ink, of the tower of Bamborough Castle ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9j in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 4a.] 
A tinted view of the base of the great tower iu Bamborough 

CasUe ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9^^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. 

Kaye, ill. la.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the bases of two towers in Bam- 
borough Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. 



128 EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (FARN ISLANDS.)^ 

With a copy of the same in outline : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaje, ui. 49. a. and &•] 

View of the ruins of the chapel in Bamborough Castle ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 9| in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, lu. 4S.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the exterior of the ruins of a Saxon 
chapel near Bamborough Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
9^ in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, iii. 47.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of a Saxon 
chapel near Bamborough Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
. 9^ in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 46.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the ruins of the kitchen of 
Bamborough Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 11 in, x 7} 
in. [P. R, Kaye, in. 45.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of part of the interior of the kitchen in 
Bamborough Castle; cbrawnbyS. H. Grimm: 11 in. x 7\ 
in. [P R. Kaye, in. 44.] 

A distant outline view of the Fam and Stapple Islands, taken 
from the flagstaff at Monkhouse ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
9|| in. x 6^ in. [P R. Kaye, in. 99.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the rocks of House Island, one of ibe 
Fam Islands ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9} in. x 6^ in. [P; 
R. Kaye, in. i30.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a chasm called the Chum, at House 
Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. isi.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of St. Cuthbert's Chapel, on House 
Island, shewing the position of St. Cuthbert^s Coffin ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 9^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, n. no.] 

A drawing of St Cuthbert's Coffin ; by S. H. Grimm : 9} in. 
X 6 in. [P 22. Kaye, n. iii.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chapel and mins on House Island ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9\ in. x 6 in. [P. 22. Kaye, in. 

135.] 

Outline view of part of the ruins on House Island ; by S. H. 
Grimm : 9} in. x 6 in. [P. R Kaye, in. 134.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chapel on House Island : drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 9) in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 133.] 

Outline drawing of the interior of one of the ends of the chapel 
on House Island ; by S. H. Grimm : 9^ in. x 6 in. [P P. 
Kaye, ni. 132.] 



BA8TBBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (STAPLB ISLANDS.) 129 

Two outline drawings of windows in the ruins on House Island; 
by S. H. Grimm : each 9|| in. X 6 in. [P» R. Kaye, in. 156, 

137.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Pinnacle Island, one of the 
Staple Islands ; .drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9|| in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 138.] 

Two different aspects of Pinnacle Island, taken from the sea ; 
drawn in Indian ink, by S. H. Grimm : 9|| in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. i59.] 

A view from Pinnacle Island ; drawn in Indian ink, by S. H. 
Grimm : 9|| in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 140.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rocks called the Pinnacles, on 
Pinnacle Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9} in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, in. 143.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the rocks called the Pinnacles, with a 
representation of the artist and his friends at dinner, on Pin- 
nacle Island ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9^ in. x 6) in. [P. 
R. Kaye, in. 144.] 

A view of some of the cliffs on Pinnacle Island, with some 
servants at dinner ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9|| in. x 6 in. 
[P. P. Kaye, in. 145.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of birds^ nests in the cliffs of Pinnacle 
Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9} in. x 6 in, [P. R. 
Kaye, ni. 142.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the light-house on Pinnacle Island ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, in. 

141.] 

An outline drawing of the interior of Grieve^s Farm-house on 
Pinnacle Island ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9|| in. [P. R. 
Kaye, in. 147.] 

A general view, in outline, of Holy Island ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 3 f. 6 in. x 10 in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 89.] 

A distant view, in outline, of Holy Island ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. X 4} in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 90.] 

A colored plan of Holy Island, with the soundings on the coast; 
drawn about 1725, on a scale of 8 inches to a mile; with a 
plan of the castle, on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4|| in. 
X 1 f. 8 in. [* xu. 55.] 

s 



131 



EASTEBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (HOLY ISLAND.) 



A view, in Indian ink, of part of Holy Island, called St. Catt 

ben's Island ; drawn by S. H. Grimni : SJ in. x 6 in. C-l 

R. Kaje, ii. lo^.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the old fort on Holy Island, with St..! 

Michael's ; drawn by S. H. Giimm : 9^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. I 

Kaye, ir. i07.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of St. Michaera and tbe old fort, od I 
Holy Island ; drawn by S. H. Grimni : SJ in. x 6 in. [-P- j 
R. Kaye, il. loa.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the castle on Holy Island ; drawn by J 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 10 in. [P. R. Kaye, II. io6.] 

A general view, in outline, taken from the north, of the ruins of J 
the Cathedral of Lindisfame on Holy Island ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. Jt. Kaye, ii. 3a.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of the Cathedral of Lindisfame, | 
on Holy Island ; by S. H. Grimm : I f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 i: 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 9t.] 

A south view, in pencil, of the ruins of the Cathedral of Lindis- 
fame on Holy Island ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 i; 
1 f. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 99.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of the west end of the Cathedral 
of Lindisfame, on Holy Island ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
f. X 10 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 93.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the exterior of the tower of LindisTarae ' 
Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm: I f. x 9i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. loi.] 

An interior view, in outline, of the mins of the tower of Lindis- 
fame Cathedral ; drawn by S. H, Grimm : 1 f, x 9} in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ii. loo.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the nave (looking east) 
of the Cathedral of Lindisfame, on Holy Island; by S. H. 
Grimm: 1 f. 2 in, x lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 9i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the nave (looking west) 
of the Cathedral of Lindisfame, on Holy Island ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1778 : 1 f. 2 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 95.] 

A view, in pencil, of the interior of the west end of the nave of 
the Cathedral of Lindis&rae; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 
X n in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 9e.] 



EASTERN COAST OF ENGLAND. (BERWICK.) 13 1 

View, in Indian ink, of the chancel of the Cathedral of Lindis* 
fame, on Holy Island ; by 6. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 9|| in. [P. 
R. KayOj u. 96.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of one of the arches in the Cathedral 
of Lindisfame; by S. H. Grimm: 9j in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 97.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the prior's house on Holy Island, 
called the Palace ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9^ ii\. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 105.] 

A norih-east view of the parish church on Holy Island ; drawn 
in Indian ink, by S. H. Grimm: 11 in. x 7j^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 104.] 

An outline of part of the same view ; by S. H. Grimm : 9j in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 104*.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the parish church on Holy 
Island; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 11 in. x 7j^ in. [P. R, 
Kaye, ii. lo^.] 

The same view, in outline : on the same size. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 103.] 

A highly finished colored plan or bird's eye view of Berwick 
upon Tweed, intitled, "The true description of Her Ma- 
jesties to\ni of Barwick;*' drawn temp. Elizabeth: on vel- 
lum, 2 £ 4 in. X 1 f. 10 in. ICotL Aug. i. ii. 14.] 

See CotL Mss. Titus, c. xiii., f. xiii. art. se.y and HarL 

Ms. 151. 

A colored plan of Berwick upon Tweed, shewing the old forti- 
fications demolished and the boundaries of the king's land, 
with the soundings of the harbour at low water; dravm in 
the year 1725, upon a scale of 300 feet to an inch : 2 f. 1} 
in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* xxxii. 46.] 

A colored elevation of " a pece of a wall of Barwyke ;" drawn 
on vellum temp. Henry VIIL, by Steph. a Haschenperg : 
2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. ICott. Aug. i. ii. 16.] 

A colored plan of the barracks at Berwick, begun to build in 
1717 ; dbrawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 
f. 2 in. [* XXXII. 47./.] 

Flan of one wing of the barracks proposed at Berwick, 1717 ; 
drawn in Indian ink, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 
. 3 in. X 9 in. [* xxxii. 47. g,] 

s2 



132 EASTBBN COAST OF ENGLAND. (BERWICK.) 

A plan and elevation of one of the fronts and of the entry of the 
barracks at Berwick, begun to build in 1717; drawn in In- 
dian ink, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 2 {.4^ in. X 1 f. 

8 in. [9b XXXII. 47. A.] 

A plan and elevation of the gateway and guard-houses at the 
entrance of the barracks at Berwick, Feb. 1719 ; roughly 
drawn, without a scale : 11 in. x 10 in. [ii xxxii. 47. t.] 



CHANNEL ISLANDS. 






* The piesent state of Guernsey, with a short account of Jersey 
and the forts beloDging to the said islands, by Col. George 
Legge, [afterwards created Lord Dartmouth,] Lieutenant 
General! of his Majesties Ordnance, anno Domini 1680;" 
dedicated to Charles II., Jan. 9, 168? j being a large folio 
volume, embracing the reports of Christopher Lord Hatton, 
Governor of Guernsey, Sir Bernard de Gomme, Capt. Richard 
Leake, etc., and having numerous colored plans and views 
by Thomas Phillips, which will be found described in their 
respective places. The title-page is in letters of gold and is 
richly ornamented ; the royal anus are at the top, and the 
arms of Col. Legge at the bottom. [^ Ms. 48.] 

'Csesaria. Of the Landing Places about the Isle of Jersy;" — 
" Landing places about the Island of Guemzey," etc.; being 
an account of the bays in those Islands, with notes of the for- 
tifications and of the guns mounted ; founded upon tie work 
of Sir Bernard de Gomme contained in the preceding volume, 
but apparently written about the year 1700; the volume con- 
tains six colored plans and views, which arc described in their 
respective places : in small oblong foHo. [di Ms, 49.J 

A colored chart of " the Islands of Guamsey and Jersey," with 
Sark and Aime; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a 
scale of f inch to a mile : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [d; Ms. 
48. fol. 4.] 

A colored plan of the island of " Samia et vulgo Guernsey ;" 
drawn in 1680, by Thomas PhiUips, on a scale of 2-^ inches 
to a mQe : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [sb Ms. 48. fol. li.] 

This plan accompanies " A briefe state of Guernsey, by the 
Right Hono*'". Christopher, Lord Hatton, present governor 
of the said island." Another copy of Lord Hatlon's work, 
but without a map, is iu Ms, Add. 6253, 



134 CHANNEL ISLANDS. (GUERNSEY.) 

A colored map of the Island of " Garnsey;" drawn apparent!; 
about the year 1720, on a scale of 2^ inches to a mile : 3 t. 
1 in. X 1 f. 6j- in. [^fe lv. 58.] 

An outline map of the Island of Guernsey ; drawn in the year 
1749, on a scale of Ij miles to an inch: 74 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 6253. art. ■i.'] 

This accompanies " A short account of the Island of Guern- 
sey, A.D. 1749, by Samuel Bonamy, Esq., a jurat of that 
island." 

" A short description of the severall harbours, bayes, landing 
places, and castles in and about the island of Guernsey, be- 
ginning at St. Peter's Port and Comet Castle and so round 
southerly, as it was surveyed and measured by Thomas Phil- 
lips, one of his Ma". Ingeniera," in 1680; with various co- 
lored plans, which are described in their respective places. 
[ft Ms. 48. fol. 40.] 

An east view of the island of Guernsey, taken irom the island 
of Jethou or Gethow ; drawn iu Indian ink, by Bastide, 
about the year 1740: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. Q* lv. so. J.] 

It is the original of the view engraved by W. H. Toms for 
John Tinney. 

A colored view, taken from the north, of the town of St. Peter's 
and Castle Cornet, in the island of Guernsey ; drawn bj^ 
Thomas Phillips, in 1680 : 2 f 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ma. . 

48. fol. 83.] 

" The ground plott of the Towne [of St. Peter's] and Castle J 
Comet, with the rocks and soundings thereof; truly layt' 
down as they wear survey'd and measured by T. P., armoj 
90 ■" drawn by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 135 yards t 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [Si Ms. 48. fol. ai.] 

A colored plan of the town of St. Peter's and Castle Comet i 
the island of Gnenisey ; drawn about 1694, [by Martin Beck»l 
man f] without a scale, but about 130 feet to an inch : 3 f, Jf 
in. X 1 f. 6 in. [ft LV. 61.] 

A colored view of the town of St. Peter's and Castle Cometj 
drawn about 1694, [by Martin Beckman ?] : 3 f. 4 in. x \t 

[ft LV. 6S,] 

A chart or bird's eye view of Chasteau- Comet, and other islet».| 
between Sark and Guernsey ; drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 
f. 7 in. X 1 f. 3i in. [Cott. Aug. i. ii. 6o.] 

A colored plan or bird's eye view of " Gemesey Castell," i. 
Chileau Comet, shewing " the workes and defences mode oSm 



CHANNEL ISLANDS. (GUERNSEY.) 



13ft 



Htooc in anno 1593; — the workea necessarj to bee donDe 
which may bee verie well of earth ; — a bullwerk necessary to 
bee raysed and made of stone;" drawn about 1800, on a scale 
of 32 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6} in. x lOj in. [Colt. Aag. i. 
ii.fii.] 

A colored " prospect of Comet Castle, taken irom the peer head 
before the towne of Guernsey;" drawn in 1680 by Thomas 
Phillips: 2 f. 4. in. x 1 f . 8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 25.] 

This view accompanies " a sun'ey and estimate made by 
Sir Bernard de Gomme, his Ma", cheife Engineer and as- 
sistant surreyor of his Ma". Ordnance, of the repaires of 
Castle Cornelt, in bis Ma". Island of Guernsey, y* 27th of 
May, 1680." 

A colored " ground plott of Comet Castle ;" drawn in 1680, 
by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 64 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 
in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 33.] 

This plan accompanies " A remaine taken of all ordnance, 
carriages, powder, shott, and all other stores and provisions 
of warr, at Coraett Castle, in his Ma"^. Island of Guernsey, 
by Capt. Richard Leake, Master Gunner of England, by order 
of the Hono*'''. Colonell George Legge, Lieut. Generall of 
his Ma". Ordnance, Mayy" 26th, 1680;" with an account 
of the ordnance, how and where they are mounted. 

A colored " prospect of Castle Comet naer the Hand of Geme- 
zey, as it appears at high water towards the west ;" drawn 
about 1700: 2 f. 6 in. x 9 in. [# Lv. er. S.] 



drawn about 1720 : 3 f. 6 in. 



A colored view of Comet Castle ; 
X 9 in. [ft LV. 67. a.] 

A colored plan of " Comet Castle ;" drawn about 1720, with- 
out a scale, but 10 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [ft 

LV. 64.] 

A colored plan of " Castle Comet, situatet att the est part of 
the Iland of Geraezey ;" drawn by W Homer, on a scale of 
40 feet to an inch : 2 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ft lv. 65.] 

A colored section on the length of Castle Comet, with two sec- 
tions of other parts, having reference to the preceding plan 
[lv. 65.']; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to an inch: 3 f. x 11 in. 
[ft LV. 66.] 

A colored view of St. Peter's Port, Guernsey ; drawn by Gosse- 
iin, about 1740 : 2 f. 2 in. x If. [ft Lv. 63. b.] 

A colored plan of Le Valle dans le Clos, on the north-west 
coast of the island of Guernsey ; shewing the soimdings of 



1S6 CHANNEL ISUKDS. (JBBSET.) 

the Bouche de Vale on the east, and the Pent or bay of St. 
Samson on the west, with various projected Jbrtifications ; 
drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 600 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 48. foi. «.] 

This plan accompanies the " ObscrvaUons and opinion of 
Capt. Christopher Gunman concerning the Harbor of 
Guernsey, called Bouche de Valle, given to Colouell Legge, 
May 21, 1680," with the examination of Pierre Du Vail and 
Peere Bishott ; Captain Leake's account of Bouche de Valle, 
and llie examination of CapU William Belts. 

A colored chart of the " Bouche de Vail " on the north-east 
coast of the Island of Guernsey, with a. project for two piers 
to enclose the harbour ; and having the soundings marked; 
drawn by M. Beckman, in 1694, on a scale of 170 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 9} in. x i f. 3 j in. [A LV. ea.] 

A colored south-west bird's eye view or plan of the Chasteau 
de Val, with the Bay of SL Samson and the Mont Creva, in 
the island of Guernsey ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips, 
on a scale of 60 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [A 
Ms. 48. fol. 39.] 

This accompanies an " Estimate made by Sir Bernard de 
Gomme, his Ma", cheife engineer and assistant surveyor 
of his Ma". Ordnance of the repairing of the castle called 
Chasteau du Vail, in his Ma", island of Guernsey, the 28th 
of May, 1680." 

A colored plan of Fermune Bay, on the east coast of the island 
of Guernsey; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips: 11) in. 

X 7 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 4b.] 

A colored "ground plolt— of Rockain Castle, on the west side 
of the island of Guernsey ;" drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phil- 
lips, on a scale of 22j feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 81 in. 

[* Ms. 48. fol. 51.] 

A colored view of Kockain Castle, on the west side of the island 
of Guernsey; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips: 2 f. 4 in. 
X 10 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 5i.] 

A colored view of Peseris Fort and the bay on the west side of 
the island of Guernsey ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips : 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 53.] 

A colored chart of the Isle of Jersey ; " thys platte is drawne 
in measur after 3 ynches to a myle per Popj-njay, 1563:" 
2 f. in. X 1 f. 8 in. ICott. Aug. i. ii. ea.] 

See an "Account of the State of Jersey," taken in 1362, in 
the Sloane Ms. 2442. art i. 



CHANNEL ISLANDS. (JBHSBV.) 137 

•■ Crosarea et vuJgo Jersey ;" a colored plan of the island, with 
the soundingfl and anchorages on the coast ; drawn in 1679, 
by ITiomas PhilUps, on a scale of 2 J inches to a mile : 2 f, 
4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [^ IMs. 48. fol. ai.J 

There accompany this " Some short observations npon the 
island of Jersey, for the better intelligence of the mapp of 
the said island, and more particularly about the landing 
places," by Sir Bernard de Gomme, 1679 ; and at the end of 
the volume there is, also by Sir B, de Gomme, " A Report 
to be made to his Ma"^. concerning his Ma". Island of Jer- 
sey, with the fortifications of the castles there, and in what 
condition they arc at present," June 10th, JC80, 

■A survey of the Island of Jersey, being an account of the 
situation, soyle, inhabitants, fortifications, landing places, 
rocks, and tides about the same; illustrated with a map: as 
also a short description of the adjoyning islands, with some 
observaUons relating to their mutuall security and defence," 
presented to his Majesty James II. by Philippe Dumaresq, 
of Samarcs, in the isle of Jersey, 1G85. [Lausdowne, 6J7.] 
The map unfortunately is wanting. 

A colored map of the island of Jersey, but without any names of 
places or explanation ^ drawn probably about 1700: 2 f. X 
1 f. 6 in. [Add. 3027, a. 69.] 

*"rhe Haven of Jersey," being a colored chart or bird's eye 
view of the bay of St. Aubin's or St. Heller's, in that island; 
drawn imip. Henrj- VIII. : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3j in. [O. R. 
Libr. 18 D. in. fol 119.J 

A colored " prospect of the Bay of St. Aubin's, taken from the 
hills as you come from St. Lauran to goe downe into the 
bay;" drawn in IfiSO, by Thomas Phillips: 4 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 
6 in. [ib Ms. 48. fol. 64.] 

A colored survey of the bay of St Hellier, in the island of Jer- 
sey, filled up with the several towns, dwelling-houses, har- 
bours, rocks, and soundings, also with the country adjoining 
as far as the hills would admit ; made by order of the Hon. 
Board of Ordnance, by Peter Meade, 1737; drawn by A. 
Dauhant, on a scale of 800 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 
8 in. [* Lv. 73.] 

A colored plan of " the town bill of St. HelHer's, in Jersey, as 
proposed to be fortified ; by James Bramham, Eng'., 175(1;" 
drawn by D. Slack, on a scale of 400 feet to an inch, with 
sections on a scale of lU feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 
71 in. [* LV. 74.] 



138 CHANNEL ISLANDS. (JBBSET.) 

A colored plan or bird's eye view of a fort, entitled " The rock 
in the islet fortified,^ shewing the original building of Eliza- 
beth Castle at St. Helier's in the isle of Jersey, of which it 
now forms the upper ward ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 1 f. 4 
in. X 11 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. so.] 

A colored view of Elizabeth Castle in the bay of St. Aubin*8 in 
tlie island of Jersey; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips: 2 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 66.] 

A colored ^^ ground plott of Elizabeth Castle;*' drawn in 1680, 
by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 20 yards to an inch : 2 f. 4 
in. X 1 f . 8 in. [^ Ms. 48. fol. 68.] 

There accompanies this an ^^accompt taken of all the 
ordnance, etc., in Elizabeth Castle, in his Ma^. island of 
Jersey; Hke^'ise how and where mounted; by Capt Richard 
Leake, Master Gunner of England, with his opinion what 
alteration or addition may be made to the same." 1 June, 
1680. 

A colored view of the fort of " St. Hillarie " [Elizabeth Castle, 
St. Helicr's?]; drawn about the year 1700: 11 in. x 6^ in. 
[* Ms. 49. fol. 7.] 

A colored plan of Elizabeth Castle in the island of Jersey, 
taken by I. Manson, Sub Eng^ in 1755 ; drawn on a scale 
of 50 feet to an inch : 3 f. 1 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [ib lv. 76. a.] 

Four colored sections of Elizabeth Castle, viz. of the middle 
ward, the outer ward, the flank called Magazine Yard, and 
the saluting platform ; all referring to the preceding plan, lv. 
76. a. ; drawn on a scale of 25 feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 
7 J- in. [6 LV. 76. b. c, d. e,] 

A colored " prospect of the St. Aubin's Forte," in the island of 
Jersey ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 
f. 1 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 7i.] 

A colored " ground plott of the Forte St. Aubin;" drawn in 
1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 55 feet to an inch : 
1 f 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 72.] 

There accompanies this " an accompt of the ordnance and 
carriages of St. Alban's Fort in his Ma**, island of Jersey, 
taken by Capt. Richard Leake, Master Gunner of England, 
by order of the Hono^^*. Colonell George Legge, wiUi the 
opinion of the said Captain Leake, what alteration or addi- 
tion may be [made] at the same.'' 

A colored plan of St. Aubin's Fort in the island of Jersey ; 
drawn by I. Manson, 1755, on a scale of 60 feet to an inch ; 



CHANNEL ISLANDS. (SARR.) 139 

with sections on a scale of 25 feet to an inch : 1 f 5 in. x 1 
f. 2in. [*LV..7i.] 

A colored plan of the harbour and pier of " Havre du pass,^* 
• near S. Helier's in the island of Jersey ; drawn in 1680, by 
Thomas Phillips : 7 in. x 5 in. [d? Ms. 48. fol. 62.] 

A colored plan of the harbour and pier of " Haverdupas," near 
St. Helier's, in Jersey ; drawn about the year 1700: 11 in. 
X 6} in. [* Ms. 49. fol. a.] 

A colored view of the castle of Mont Orgueil, taken from the 
hill ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 
8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 75.] 

A colored ground plot of the castle of Mont Orgueil ; drawn in 
1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 55 feet to an inch : 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 8 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 77.] 

There accompanies this ^^ an accompt taken of all the ord- 
nance, etc., in Mount Argile Castle in his Ma^. island of 
Jersey ; likewise how and where mounted, by Capt. Richard 
Leake, Master Gunner of England, with his opinion what 
alteration or addition may be made to the same.*^ June Srd, 
1680. 

A colored profile of the castle of Mont Orgueil and the opposite 
hill, taken on the north-west point, with the admeasurements 
marked ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 
35 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [d? Ms. 48. fol. so.] 

A colored view of " Mount Orguile Castle towards the north- 
west;*^ drawn about the year 1700: 11 in. x 6 J in. [d?Ms. 
49. fol. 4.] 

A colored view of ^* Mount Orguile Castle towards the south- 
west;'* drawn about the year 1700: 11} in. x 6]| in. [* 
Ms. 49. fol. 5.] 

^' The profille of the hill and castle of Mount Orguile, taken on 
the north-west point,** with the measurements marked ; drawn 
about 1700 : 1 f. 7 in. x 6 in. [^b Ms. 49. fol. 6.] 

A colored plan of Mount Orgueil Castle, in Jersey, 1755; 
dravm on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 

[d? LV. 78.] 

A colored section of Mont Orgueil Castle, having reference to 
the preceding plan, lv. 79. ; drawn on a scale of 20 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 5 in. x 7 J in. [ft Lv. 79.] 

A colored plan of the island of Sark ; drawn in 1680, by Tho- 
mas Phillips, on a scale of 1700 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 
1 f. [d? Ms. 48. foL 58. a.] 

T 2 



140 CHANNEL ISLANDS. (SARK AND ARME.) 

A colored chart of the island of Great and Little Sark ; drawn 
about 1700: 11 in. x 6i| in. [d? Ms. 49. fol. is.] 

A colored plan of the bay at the north end of the island of 
Sark, taken at low water ; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phil- 
lips, on a scale of 165 feet to an inch : 1 f. x 8 in. [d? Ms. 48. 
fol. 58. bJ] . 

A colored profile of the bay at the north end of the island of 
Sark, taken at low and high water, from the island to the 
Fischer Stone, with the soundings in feet at high water; 
drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 165 feet to 
an inch : 10^^ in. x 6 in. [d? Ms. 48. fol. 58. c] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of the bay at the north end of 
the island of Sark; drawn in 1680, by Thomas Phillips: 10 
in. X 6 in. [d? Ms. 48. fol. 58. d.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of the bay at the north end 
of the island of Sark, taken at low water ; drawn in 1680, by 
Thomas Phillips : 10 in. x 6 in. [d? Ms. 48. fol. 58. e.] 

A colored chart of the island of Arme, the east coast of the 

island of Guernsey, and the west coast of Sark, shewing the 

shoals and sands, with the soundings ; drawn in 1680, by 

Thomas Phillips, on a scale of 3^ inches to a mile : -2 f . 4 ki. 

X 2 f. 4 in. [* Ms. 48. fol. 19.] 



ENGLAND, 



ARRANGED 



ALPHABETICALLY UNDER COUNTIES. 



BEDFORDSHIRE. 



Two pencil sketches of sculpture on the font, etc., at Arlesey ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 J in. x 4} in. lAdd. 
9460. fol. 25.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of some sculpture at Arlesey; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7} in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 20.] 

An oval view, in Indian ink, of Battlesden in Bedfordshire, the 
seat of Sir Gregory Page Turner, Bart. ; drawn by T. Bas- 
kerfield, jun., about 1790 : 6j in. x 4^ in. [d? vii. 8. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bedford Bridge; drawn about 1780: 

I f . 4 in. X lOj in. [^ vii. 5. c] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the pulpit in St Paul's Church, Bed- 
ford, with the admeasurements annexed ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq., Sept 7, 1801 : 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9460. 

fol. 14.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of a slab, with a French inscription in 
Gothic capitals, for Muriel Calt, in St. John's Church, Bed- 
ford, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10^ in. x 5^ in. [Add. 
9460, fol. 18.] 

A rough plan, in pencil, of the remains of Dunstable Priory, 
now used as the parish church, with the admeasurements 
annexed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 8. 6.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Dunstable Priory; drawn on a scale 
of 8 feet to an inch, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4^ in. x 

II in. [Add. 9460. fol. 9.] 

It is engraved, on a smaller scale, in the Magna Britannia, 
vol. i. p. 28. 



144 BEDFORDSHIRE. 

A view, in Indian ink, of part of the nave of Dunstable Prioiy 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. x 7} in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. lo.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 28. 

A view, in pencil, of the great west door of Dunstable Priorjr 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 10 in. X 8 in. ; 
vrith three small drawings of architectural details. [Add. 
9460. fol. 11.] 

Twelve drawings or impressions from monumental brass plates 
in Dunstable Church, made by T. Baskerfield, 1790. [tfr 

VII. 6.] 

1. Anonymous. 

2. Nicolas Purvey, with Elyzabeth and Alys, his wives : 
he died 2 Jan. 1521. 

3. John Blunte and Elizabeth his wife : he died 20 'April, 
1505. 

4. Richard Pynfold and his wife. 

5. John Pedder and two of his three wives : he died 3 
Aug. 1463. 

6. Henry Fayrey and Agnes his wife : he died 28 Dec. 
1416. 

7. Lawrence Cantelowe. 

8. Anonymous. 

9. Anonymous. 

10. Elizabeth and Agnes, the wives of Robert Aley: he 
died 4 Sept. 1544. 

11. Richard Fynche, citizen and merchanttaylor of London, 
died 12 Jan. 1640, set. 81 ; with his father Thomas, who died 
26 Dec. 1586 ; and his mother Elizabeth, who died 2 Aug. 
1607. 

12. Anonymous. 

A plan, in pencil, with the admeasurements annexed, of the 
circular Roman entrenchment called Maiden-bower, near 
Dunstable ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7j^ in. x A^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 23.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of a window in the church of Eaton Bray ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 11 in. x 8 in. [Add: 9460. fol. so.] 

Pencil drawing of sculpture and arms in the window at the west 
end of the south aisle of Eaton Bray Church; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1\ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. lo.] 



BEDFOBDSIIIRB. 



145 

LU8 in the church 
: 7 iu. X 4) in. 



A pencil drawing of the capitals of t 

of Eaton Bray; by Samuel Lysoi 

[Jdd. 9460. fol. 19. b.] 
A plan, in pencil, with the admeasuremenls annexed, of the 

castle at Eaton Socou ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 9 

in. X 7i in. [Add. 9J60. fol. -JS.] 

A section of the Castle Hill at Eaton Socon ; drawn in pencil, 
on a scale of 1 inch to 100 feet, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
9 in. X 5^ in. : and a rough plan, with adnieusuiements an- 
nexed; 7j in. X 4} in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. as. b.] 

Four drawings, in pencil, of windows, sculpture, and arms, in 
the church of Eaton Socon ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 
71^ in. X 4i in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. so. b.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in 
Eaton Socon Clmrcli; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.; 7 in. x 4} 
in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. J6.] 

A plan, in pencil, of the remains of Elstow Abbey House, with 
the admeasurements annexed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. ; 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 7. i.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Elstow Priory, with the admeasure- 
I ments annexed; drawn Sept. 7, 1801, by Samuel Lysons, 
I Esq. : 1 1 in. X 7 in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. 7.] 

■ A view, in pencil, of part of the nave of Elstow Priory ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: lOJ in. x 7 in. [Add. 9460. 

fol. a.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the choir of Elstow Prioiy, as seen 

from the south side of the altar ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq.: 9i in. X 7} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 7.] 
Two pencil drawings of pillars in Elstow Abbey, by Samuel 

Lysons, Esq.; each 8 in. x 5 in. lAJd. 9460, fol. T. b.] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Elstow 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x SJ in. 

[Jdd. 9460. fol. 15.] 
Engraved, onasmaller scale, in the Magna Britannia,y>i\. 

i. p. 31. 
A west view, in pencil, of Felmersham Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq., July 9, 1802: 9i in. X 8 iu. [Add. 

9460. fol. 4.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 84. 
Four small pencil drawings of arches, windows, and architec- 
tural details in Felmersham Church, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 

[Add. 9460. fol. 4.] 



14§ BEDIOBMHIRB. 

A pliB nd tcctiop, with admeasorements annezedy in T«wiUt^ 
ink, of a czicnlar Roman vallain, situated on a rising ground, 
jn tbe i:<arisa of GoldiDgton ?] 4 miles firom Bedford, on the 
road u> Sl Neots ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 
7 t^ {Add. 9160. fol. 26.] 



1V^ <aa«ing$, in pencil, of tbe octagonal stone font on pillaia 
31 K<aip6iou cburcb ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. 
X 4t io* [Add. 9460. fol. i5.] 

A JjRiLwittg, iu pencil, of a monumental cross in tbe cbancel of 
tkeotap^ton Cburcb; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 
ti itt^ [Jdd. 9460. fol. is.] 

^^r^^b« iu pencil, of part of tbe double piscina with detached 
pillar^ iu Kempston Cburcb ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
^ itt. X 9| in. [Add. 9460. fol. 23.] 

^^"^^ itt pencil, of three stone stalls, with arms, in tbe chnich 
\H l^ighton Buzzard, or Busard; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
t'^<: 7 i in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 22. bJ] 

tV^ Jvawings, in pencil, of the circular stone font on pillars in 
W)f blun Buzzard Cburcb ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
\}Mf 7^ iu. X 5 in., tbe other 4 in. x 3} in. [AcUL 9460. 

'th^ smaller one is engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. 

i. )K a). 

.\ ptn^tt aixd section, in pencil, with tbe admeasurements an- 
u^x^U of mi iuclosure, nearly circular, on the heath near 
tci^btoii Buzzard, apparently a Roman camp ; drawn by 
S;i^iuuv) Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 
^.*. ^1 

V vhttkwiug, in Indian ink, of the Baptistery at tbe west end of 
ih^ nave of Lutou Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
1 1 iu* X 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. ir.] 
Kugravcd in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 3L 

\ pteiu iu pencil, of tbe Baptistery at Luton, with tbe admea- 
Muvmonls annexed ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. 
I Ud. 0460. fol. 17.] 

A YK^\\<\\ ilrawing of the four stone stalls erected, about 1450, 
b\ J\kbn do Whethamstede, Abbat of St Albany in Luton 
i'biuvl) ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 1 
\w\\ to a foot: 10 in. x 8 in.: with six small drawings of 
sWU\\m^ [Add. 9460. fol. 13.] 

la^ltravcd in tlic Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 32. 



BEDFORDSHIRE. 147 

A drawing, in pencil, of the arch of an altar tomb, in the Wen- 
lock Chapel in Luton Church, supposed to be that of Wil- 
liam de Wenlock, great uncle of Lord Wenlock : 8 in. x 7 
in. [Add. 9460. fol. i8.] 

Five drawings, in pencil, wit]) notes, of the glass in the windows 
of Luton Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 7^ in. x 
4^ in. lAdd. 9460. fol. si.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of windows, pillars, and arms, in 
Marston Morteyne Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
each 7i in. X 4} in. [Add. 9640. fol. «.).] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " Newenden ** House near Biggles- 
wade; drawn in July, 1784, by S. H. Grimm: 11 in. x 7 J 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Puddington 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 3|^in. x 3} in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 16.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 31. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Roman camp at Sandy, near Big- 
gleswade ; drawn in Sept. 1788, by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 
7} in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 1.] 

A view, in outline, of the Roman camp near Biggleswade and 
the village of Sandy; drawn in Sept 1788, by S. H.Grimm: 
10} in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. «.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Roman station at Sandy in Bed- 
fordshire ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8} in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. «5.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of three Roman urns, found at Ches- 
terfield, in the parish of Sandy, in the possession of ;:^ir Phi- 
lip Monoiix, Bart ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9} in. 
X 6} in. . [Add. 9460. fol. 25.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 24. 

A rough pencil drawing, with admeasurements annexed, of the 
circular stone font in Studham Church ; and a finished pencil 
drawing of the same, and a drawing of the sculpture on a 
larger scale, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4} in. x 3} in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 15.] 

The finished drawing is engraved in the Magna Britannia^ 
vol. i. p. 31. 

A sketch, in pencil, of two capitals in Studham Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 3} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 
23. J.] 

u2 



148 

A phn and section, in Indian ink, of the great Roman i 
trench meat called Tolemhoe Castle, two miles N.w. of 
Diinslable; drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an inch, by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. ; 1 f, 4 in. x 10 in. ; with a reduced copy, 
on a scale of 90 feet to an inch ; 1 1 in, x 7 in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. »6. 6.] 

The smaller one is engraved in the Magna Britannia, rol. 
i. p. 36. 

A soath-eaft view, in pencil, of Wiminglon Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 10 in. x 8 in. : with small separate 
drawings of the south porch, the spire, and some architectural 
details. [Add. 94G0. fol. 6.] 

The view is engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. ». p. 
151. 

A rough plan, in pencil, of Wimington Church, with the ad- 
measurements annexed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 
f. 3 J in. X 11 in. [Add. 9460. fol. i. b.} 

A plan, in pencil, of Wimington Cbnrch; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 4i feet to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. X 
11 in. [Add. 9460. M. b.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the stone stalls in Wimington Church : 
8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 14.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Wim- 
ington Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x i^ 
in. [Add. 9460. fol. 16.] 

A drawing, in pencil and ink, of the black marble slab, with 
the figures on brass, of John Curteys, mayor of the Staple 
at Calais, who died in 1391, and liis wife Albreda, under 
Gothic canopies, on an altar tomb under an arch in the 
south side of the chancel of Wimington Church, which ho 
built ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. I in. x 5 in. 
lAdd. 9460. fol. 19. b.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. i5i.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, the size of ihe originals, of the brass 
figures of John Curteys and his wife, in Wimington Church 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : I f. x 6^ in. [Add. 9460. fol, 
19. J.] 

Six drawings, in Indian ink, and one in pencil, of portions ol 
the details of the tomb of John Curteys and his wife, in 
Wimington Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9460. 

fol. IB. fi.j 

A drawing, in pencil, of the stone stalls in Yielden Church 
bv Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 j in. X 4j in. [Add. 9460. fol. 
1.1. 6.] 



BEDFORDSHIRE. 149 

Four drawings, in pencil, of pillars and sculpture in Yielden 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7^ m. x 4^ 
in. [Add. 9460. ff. 24. and 23. b.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, with the admeasurements annexed, of 
Yielden Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9| in. x 
7j in. [Add. 9460.] 



BERKSHIRE. 



A MAP cf tkat part of Berkshire Ijing between Beuiing 
Windsor; on a Kale of C miles to 5) inches: 1 fl 5| in. x 1 
t 2i inches. [O. R. Libr. IS d. hi. fol. 3i.] 

A colored plan of ihe conntrv between Staines and Sflchester, 
on the line of the Roman road from London to Bath ; reduced 
from the sarvej executed bv the officers in the senior depait- 
ment of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1835; dnvii 
on a scale of one inch to a mile, by Lieut. Grey, 83d Regt^ 
and lient O'HaUoran, 69th Regt :2f. 4in.xlf. 9iii. 
ZAdd. 11,734.] 

A colored plan of the old road from the western turnpike 
rood orer Bishop's-Gate Heath, by Crimp^s Hill to Windsor, 
and of the new proposed road from the said western Uurn- 
ptke by Priest Hill to Windsor ; and also of tlie proposed 
alteration of the western turnpike road ; drawn about 1780, 
without a scale, but about 14 chains to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. x 
1 f. 7j in. [* V. 100. 1.] 
With a Ms. explanation attached. 

V survey of the road from London to Weymouth, with the dis* 
lauc^M expressed in miles, furlongs, and poles ; also the roads 
'Vuui Windsor to Bagshot, by tlie Pillar, the Long Walk, and 
vHd WiuJsor ; draiK-n, in Indian ink, upon a scale of l|-iuch 
ui a luile, and bound up in an 8vo volume, [dl v. 98. i.] 

tt uas probably intended as a travelling companion for K. 
oLV. 111. on his journeys to and from Weymouth. 

V vai^ii \iow of part of the remains of Abingdon Abbey; 
iici^^ubv Samuel Lysons,Esq.: 10 in. x 8} in. [Add. M60. 

I'.u^idvcJ iu the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 211. 



^ 'It 



BBBKSHIRB. 151 

Four pencil sketches containing a plan, with, a doorway and 
details of part of the abbey at Abingdon ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. X 4 iu. [Add. 9460. fol. 74. b.] 

Pen and ink sketch of a window in Aldworth Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 

47.] 

Sketchy in pencil and pen and ink, of part of a canopy in Aid- 
worth Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 49.] 

Three pen and ink sketches, with descriptions of portions of 
monumental figures in Aldworth Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 50.] 

A view, in pencil, of the doorway of Appleton Manor House ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 7| in. : with a plan, 
7^ in. X 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 75.] 

Pencil sketches of three capitals in Appleton Church; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. 45.] 

A pen and ink view of Wayland Smith's Cave, in the parish of 
Ashbury, near Whitehorse Hill ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 8 in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 83. b.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 215. 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ancient en- 
trenchment called Alfred's Castle, in Ashdown Park, iu the 
parish of Ashbury ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 
A\ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 83.] 

A ground plan, in pencil, of Avington Church, with the admea- 
surements annexed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. 
X 6j in. [Add. 9460. foL 33.] 

An interior view, in pencil, of the chancel of Avington Church, 
with details ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. x 
8^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 32.] 

A pencil drawing of the arch between the nave and the chancel 
of Avington Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 
9 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 3«.] 
Partly engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 204. 

A pen and ink sketch of the door of the nave of Avington 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 33.] 



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BBBRSBIRC. 



Two drawings, in pencil, of the font in Avington Cburcli ; b^ 
Samuel Lysons, Esq., with two drawings of the sculpture 
round It. [Add. 94H0. fol. 55. b. and 56.] 
Engraved in the Mayna Britannia, vol. i. p. 207. 

Bigshot Railes, in ibe Honor of Windsor. See Windsor, 

A colored view of Bisham Abbey, the seal of the Vansittart 

family ; drawn by F. Nash : 6 in. X 4 in. [ft vii. bi.'] 
A sbelch, in pen and ink, of part of the south door of Buckle- 
buiy Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4J 
in.: with two pencil akelcljes of the same. \^Add.9iG0. fol. 

a] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, toI. i. p. 204. 
A colored plan of " Kirtens Farm in Burfild, in com. Berks., 

surveyed for Mrs. Susanna Robinson, of Highbury Place, 

Islington ;" drawn about 1750, on a scale of 10 poles to ij 

inch : 1 f. lOj in. x I f. 2 in. [^ vii. 66.] 
Au outline view of the house of John Bance, Esq., at Charlow, 

near Wantage; drawn apparently about 1750: 2 f. 7 

11 in. [ib VII. 57.J 
A pencil sketch of part of the arched doorway of Cbami 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4j h 

[Add. 9460. fol. 12.] 
A pencil drawing of an ancient bas-relief on the north wall 

the chancel of Charney Chapel; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 

8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. «. i.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia, toI, i. p, 204.] 
Pencil sketch of painted glass in Childrey Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7^- in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460, fol, 

48. i.] 

Pen and ink drawing of the font in Childrey Church ; by l 

muel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4j in. [Add. 9460. fol. 5B.] 
A pen and ink drawing of a. monumental canopy in the nortlii 

or Rycroft aisle of Childrey Church ; by Samuel Lysonst' 

Esq. : 7j in. X 4j in. [Add. 9460. fol. 48. b.] 
A pencil drawing of a monumental canopy in Childrey Chui 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in, [Add. 

fol. 49.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Clewer Church ; drawn 
parently about 17S0: llj in. x 9i in. [* vn. 5u.] 

Pen and ink sketches of a capital in Coleshill Church, and ot. 
an arch in Little Coxwell Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 4j in. X SJ in. [Add. 9460. fol. i.\) 



1 



A plan, in pencil> with admeasurements, of the great bam at 
CoxweU; drawn hy Samuel Lysone, Esq.: dj in. x 8 J in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 77.] 

A pencil view of the interior of the great front of Coxwell Barn ; 
drawn by Samuel Lyeons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in, x 10 in. [Add. 
0460. fol. 77.] 

Two pencil sketches of part of the interior of Coxwell Bam ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 10 Id. x 8 in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 76.] 

Cranbourne Chace. See Windsor. 

Cumberiasd Lodge. See Windsor. 

A drawing, in pen aud ink, of the tomb of Anthony Foster aud 
his wife, oa the uorlh side of the chancel of Cumuor Church : 
11 in. X 7i in. [* vil. 59. a.} 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of the figures of " Yedythe Staver- 
toon, dafter to Raygnald Willyams of Borfeld in the county of 
Bark, esquyer," and her father, on a flat stone ia the chancel 
of Cumuor Church ; 10 in. x 8 in. l& vii. 59. 6.] 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of the figure of Katherin, wife of 
Henry Staverlon, Gent., and daughter of Raynold Wyllyams 
of Borgfeld, Ksquter; she died 22 Dec. 1577 ; on a tomb in 
Cumnor Church : 10 in. x Oj in. [* ni. w. e.] 

A pencil drawing of a chimney-piece at Cumnor Place; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 iu. x 7 in.: with drawings of the 
arms oa it; 7j in. x 3 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 7a.] 

Two pencil sketches of windows and other dcttuls of Cumnor 
Place ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 ia. x 4) in, 
[Add. 9460. fol. 77. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Donington Castle, near Newbury ; 
drawn in Sept. 1778,by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. lo.] 

A pencil plan of Cesar's Camp, in the parish of East Harap- 
stead, with the admeasurements ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 83.] 

Easthamsted Park, in the Honor of Windsor. See Windsor, 

A pencil drawing, with details, of the east window in Engje- 
field Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 44.] 



IM BB&ESHIRB. 

Sketches of two capitals between the nave and sonth aisle of 
Englefield Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 45.] 

Pen and ink sketch of the font in Englefield Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. foL 

58.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of the stone figure of a crusader 
under an arch in the south wall of the south aisle of Engle- 
field Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 50.] 

Drawing, in Tndian ink, of a recumbent wooden figure in the 
south wall of the south aisle of Englefield Church ; by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 5Q.] 

Drawing, in pencil and Indian ink, of stone stalls and a piscina 
in Great Faringdon Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 
3 in. X 9 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 53.] 

Partly engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 207. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the ancient font in the north transept 
of Great Farringdon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4} in. X 3 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 57.] 

Pencil sketches of two windows in Farringdon Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : OJ in. x 7^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 47.] 

Pen and ink sketches of two brackets at the west end of the 
nave in Farringdon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 45.] 

Pen and ink sketches of two capitals of columns in Farringdon 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 45.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the figures of Thomas Faryndon, 
who died 2 Feb. 1396 ; of his wife Margaret, who died 9 May, 
1451 ; and of their daughter, Katherine Pynchepole, who died 
11 Oct. 1543; on a tomb in Faringdon Church: 8 in. X 7 
in. [9b VII. 33.] 

FoUie John Park, in the Honor of Windsor. See Windsob. 

Frogmore. See Windsor. 

A south-east view, in pencil, of Hampstead Marshall Church ; 
drawn about 1780: 6 in. x 3| in. [sb vii. 6i. i.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the south porch of the parish 
church at Hinton; by S. H. Ghrimro, July, 1790: lOJ in. x 
7J in. [P. R, Kaye, i. ii.] 



BBBK8HIBE. 155 

Drawing of an inscription on yellow marble (on brass, ac- 
cording to Ashmole) fixed into the south wall of a small 
chapel joining the Church of Hungerford in Berkshire; 
being part of the tomb of Sir Robert Hungerford, whose 
arms are emblazoned thus : per pale indented gu. and vert, a 
chevron or: 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 11 in. [* vii. 34.] 

It is printed incorrectly in Ashmole's Berkshire^ 1786, p. 
109. 

A pencil drawing, by S. Lysons, Esq., of the ancient horn said 
to have been given to the town of Hungerford by John of 
Gaunt : 9 in. x 8 in. lAdd. 9460. fol. so.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 204. 

A pencil sketch of part of the west door of Hurley Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9460. 
foL 96.] 

A pencil sketch of windows, etc., in Hurley Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4|- in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. 79.] 

Pen and ink sketch of the font in Hurley Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 58.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of the doorway of Laxnbom Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. 36.] 

A pencil sketch of the font at Lambom ; drawn by Samuel Ly* 
sons, Esq. : 8 in. X 4} in. [Add. 9460. fol. as.] 

A pen and ink plan of Letcombe Castle, or Sackbury Fort ; 
drawn by W. Church of Wantage, on a scale of 12 chains to 
an inch : 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. fol. as. 6.] 

Two plans in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ancient en- 
trenchment on the Downs, called Letcombe Castle ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 4| in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. as.] 

A plan in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ancient entrench- 
ment called Cherbury Camp, near Pusey, in the parish of 
Longworth; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 J in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 83.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a doorway at Longworth : 5 in. x 4 
in. [ib VII. 63.] 

A colored plan and elevation of Maidenhead Bridge ; drawn in 
1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers, 
on a scale of 60 feet to an inch : 1 1 in. x 4^^ in. [ib Ms. 46. 
plate ii.] 

X 2 



Id^ BBRK8HIRE. 

An outline view of the bridge over the Thames at Maidenhead ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R Kaye, 
I. it. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Marcham Church ; drawn 

about 1800 : 10 in. x 8 in. [dl vii. 64. a.] 

» 

An outline drawing of the brass for Sir Robert Corbet de Hadd- 
ley, who died 6 Dec. 1403 ; in Marcham Church : 9J in. x 6 
in. [ib VII. 64. £.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Mr. Elwes* House at Marcham ; 
drawn about 1800: 10} in. x 8 in. [fb vii. 64. c] 

Moate Park, in the Honor of Windsor. See Windsor. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the manner of burning peat in the vale 
of the Eennet, near Newbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept. 1788: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 14.] 

A groimd plan, in pencil, of Padworth Church ; with the ad- 
measurements affixed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. 
X 4} in. IJdd. 9460. fol. 34.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door of Padworth 
Church : 8 in. X 4J in. (with plan and measurements), and 
four capitals of columns ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4J in. [Add. 9460. fol. 34.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 205. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of the town and fortifications of 
Reading; drawn, apparently, during the time of the civil war, 
on a scale of 380 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 
5415. 59.] 

A pencil sketch of the Friar's west window at Reading ; dra\«^ 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7^ in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9460. 

fol. 79.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Sandleford Chapel; drawn 
by C. B., 1742 : 7J in. x 6 in. [* vii. 67.] 

A view, in pencil, of the tower of Great Shefford Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7| in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. 

foL 44.] 

Two pencil drawings of the stained glass in Great SheflTord 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 4 in. : with 
(on fol. 59.) a colored etching of part of one of the windows. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 58. b.] 

A pencil drawing of the font in Shefford Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 57.] 



A pencil drawing of the font in Sheflbrd Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9400. fol. 55. 4.] 

Engraved in the Mayna Britannia, vol. i. p. 207. 

A colored north-oast view of Little SheSbrd Church, 1791 : 6 
in. X Sj in. [^ VII. fiS.] 

A pencil sketch of Little Shefford Hall, now used as a bam ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4( in. [Add. 9460. 

fol. 77. b.] 
A pencil drawing of the north doorway of Shillingford Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. x Sin. [Jdd.QiQO. 

fol. ST.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 205. 
Details, in pen and ink, of the north door of Shillingford Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. X 11 in. \_Add.: 

9460. fol. 36. ft.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows, capitals, etc., in Shillingford 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. 
[Add. 94fl0. fol. 3B.] 

Two pencil drawings of the stained glass in Shillingford Church ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. S'i.l 

Feu and ink sketch of the monument of Sir John Blewbury, in 
Shillingford Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 5i.] 

A ground plan, in pencil, with the admeasurements affixed, of 
Sholtesbroke Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 
4 in. X 10 in. iAdd. 9460. fol. 46.] 

Two pencil sketches of the east window of Shottesbroke 
Church, with notes of the painted glass ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 4j in. [Add. 9460. fol. «. h.] 

Pencil sketch of an ornamented canopy in Shottesbroke 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.; 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 51.] 

Pencil sketch of the font in Shottesbroke Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 58.] 

Drawing, in pencil and pen and ink, of stone stalls in Shottes- 
broke Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. bi, i.] 

Pencil drawings of arms in Sholtesbroke Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9460. fol. S5.} 



158 BBBKSHIBB. 

Pencil sketch of the piscina, stone stalls, and monument of a 
crusader, in the south side of the chancel of Sparsholt 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. 
lAdd. 9460. fol. 54.] 

Sketch, in pencil and pen and ink, of the canopy over the 
monument of a crusader, in the south side of the chancel of 
Sparsholt Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 10 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 52.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of a window and altar tomb in the 
south transept of Sparsholt Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 8 in. X 4} in. lAdd. 9460. fol. 5i. &.] 

Pen and ink drawing of a recumbent* figure, supposed to be of 
the family of Achard, in the south transept of Sparsholt 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. 52.] 

Two sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of the north door of 
Sparsholt Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 
in. X 4J in. [Add, 9460. fol. 36.] 

Engiaved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 205. 

Sunning Hill Park, in the Honor of Windsor. See Windsor, 

A pencil drawing of an ornamented arch in Sunning Church ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. foL 

41.] 

A pen and ink drawing of an inscription in Sunninghill 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 80.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 204. 

A pencil sketch of the east window of Sutton Courtney Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. 
fol. 47. b.] 

A pencil sketch of windows in Sutton Courtney Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 
77. i.] 

A pencil drawing of the font in Sutton Courtney Church; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 

57.] 

A pencil drawing of the font in Sutton Courtney Church ; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9460. fol. 55. b.] 

Two pencil drawings of architectural details in Sutton Courtney 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add* 
9460. fol. 42.] 



BBBKSHIRB. 159 

A colored south view of Swallowfield Church ; taken March 
14th, 1791 : 6 in. X 4j in. [* vii. ro.] 

Elevations, in Indian ink, of the two fronts of Swallowfield, in 
Berkshire, a seat of John Dodd, Esq. : each 8 in. x 4 in. 
[ib VII. 49. a. and i.] 

Swinley Railes, in the Honor of Windsor. See Windsor. 

Two drawings, in pencil, of part of the doorway of Thatcham 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 8 in. x 4J in. 
\_Add. 9460. fol. 4i.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 204. 

A plan, in pencil, of Tidmarsh Church, with the admeasure- 
ments affixed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4^ 
in. S^Add. 9460. fol. 40.] 

An interior view, in pencil, of the east end of Tidmarsh Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. \Add. 
9460. fol. 39.] 

A pencil sketch of the doorway of Tidmarsh Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. {Add. 9460. 
fol. 38. 6.] 

A pencil drawing of part of the doorway of Tidmarsh Church ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. x 8 in. {Add. 9460. fol. 

40.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 206. 

Pencil drawings of capitals and other details of Udmarsh 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 J in. \Add. 
9460. fol. 40.J 

A pencil view of Whitehorse Hill, in the parish of Uffington ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. \Add. 
9460. fol. 84.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 215. ^ 

A pencil plan, with admeasurements, of the ancient entrench- 
ment on the hill above Uffington ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 8 in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9*460. fol. 82.] 

Plans, in pencil, of the north and south transepts of Uffington 
Church, with tlie admeasurements affixed ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 44.] 

Pencil sketch of arches and a piscina in Uffington Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9460. 
fol. 53. 6.] 



160 ] 

A colored DOfth-east new of Upton Chapd; dnirn about 1800: 

5} in. X 5i in. [tfr ^IL 7i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the doorwaj of the achocd- 
house at Wantage ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 
4i in. lAdd. 9460. foL 4i.] 

A pencil sketch of the east window in Warfield Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 5 in. {AdiL 9460. fed. 

47.] 

Pencil sketch of an ornamented canopy in Warfidd Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. ^AiikL 9460. 

foL 51.] 

Pencil drawing of arms in Warfield Church ; by Samuel Ijy. 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9460. foL 53.] 

A pen and ink sketch of part of the arched doorway of War- 
grave Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 8 
in. [Add. 9460. foL 4S.] 

A south view, in pencil and Indian ink, of Welford Church : 
11 in. X 11 in. : with a plan of the tower; 5 in. X 5 in.: and 
some architectural details ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 
lAdd. 9460. fol. 43.] 

The view and plao are engraved in the Magna Britannia^ 
vol. i. p. 205. 

Drawing, in pencil and pen and ink, of stone stalls in Welford 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 9^ in. x 7^ in. [Add^ 
9460. fol. 53.] 
Partly engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 207. 

Pen and ink drawing of the font in Welford Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 57.] 

^^ A description of the Honor of Windesor, namelie of the 
castle, foreste, walkes, parkes, rayles, lodges, townes, parishes, 
hamletts, howses of note, woodes, rivers, rills, brokes,bridge8y 
hills, highwaies, and all other thinges memorable within or 
beloDging unto the said honor, and the liberties of the same 
liynge within and extending into the counties of Berke, 
Surrey, and Buckingham : taken and performed by the peram- 
bulation, view and delineation of John Norden, in anno 1607. 
Suavis post laborem finis.^ Dedicated to King James, whose 
arms are emblazoned at the back of the title, and are also im- 
pressed in gold on the sides of the binding. Written on vel- 
lum, in folio. [Harl. 3749.] 



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BERKSHtRK 161 

This volume cODtoiDS iJie following colored plans : 

1. A plan or bird's eye view of Windsor Castle, talien from 
the north, intitled " an ample and trew description of your 
Ma'lies Castle of Windesor, the chappelles and of all other 
materiall ihinges thereof, as far as by a topographic all delinia- 
tiou can be expressed ;" no scale marked : a f. 9i in. x 1 f. 
4 in. 

2. A general map of Windsor Forest, lying in Berkshire 
and Surrey, divided into seventeen walks, with the names of 
the several keepers and the Dumber of deer, antler and 
stags ; drawn on a scale of | inch to a mile : I f, 8 in. x 1 f 
Sill. 

3. Plan of "a parke conjoyning the easde, called the Litle 
Parke, wherof M. Charles Lister is keper, and hath fallow 
deere about 240, of antler flS, buckes 30, by suppositiou ; it is 
in circuite by the outpale or ring 2^ niilo, it paleth 3| miles, 
and of itselfe hath small meanes; it conlaineth about 280 
acres, good ground ;" drawn on a scale of 21 perches to an 
inch ; 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 2^ in. 

4. Plan of "the Create Parke wherein are 4 walkes offal- 
low deere ; the kepers wherof are M. Norries, M. Langlande, 
..Greene,M.Hayboume;— the whole number within the parke 
are by the woodmen supposed to be about 1800 deere, wherof 
about 500 buckes ; the circuit of this parke is lOj miles ; it 
paleth 13 miles, and will want meanes of itself shorllie;— the 
whole parke eontayneth about SO'SO acres by the perch of 
lej foote ; this parke is part in Barkshire and parte in Surrey 
as it is divided by silver priekes; all this parke for the moste 
parte is good grounde ;" drawn on a scale of 40 perches to 
a foot : 2 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 5 in. 

5. " The description of Moate Parke, wherof M, Staffordton 
is keper, and hath fallow deere about 280, wherof about 25 
buckes, by information ; it is in circuit SJ mile ; it paleth 4^ 
mile, it hath yet sufficient meanes of itself; it eontayneth 
aboute 890 acres, good grounde;" drawn on a scale of 20 
perches to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x ] f. 4 in. 

6. "Sunninge Hill Parke is described in this table, wherof 
Sir Henric Nevell is keper, and hath about 260 fallow deere, 
about 80 of antler, about 30 buckes ; the circuit of this parke 
by the pale is 3j mile, it hath yet reasonable good meanes to 
mayutain itself; it containeth about 450 acres, good ground ; " 
drawn on a scale of SO perches to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 
Sin. 



lG-2 BERKSBIRL. 

7. " In this table is described FoHie John Parke, wlierof 
Sir Frances Wollie is keper, and lialh about 250 fallow deere, 
about 80 of antler, and 30 buckes by Information; the circuit 
of this parlte by the pale is 2j- mile, it paleth 3 mile ; it is yet 
well limbered; it contayneth about 210 acres very good 
moyste grounde;" drawn on a scale of 20 perches to an 
inch: I f. 8 in. X 1 f. SJ in. 

8. " Easthamsted Farke is comprehended in this table : a 
ground heathie and barraine ; Sir Richard Conisbie is the 
keper therof, and hath about 180 fallow deere, about 50 of 
anllcr, and 15 buckes; it is in circuilc by ihe pale 3^ mile, 
and so much it paleth, reasonablie stored with timber trees ; 
it containeth in quantitie aboute 265 acres of verie meane 
groimde ; " drawn on a scale of 20 perches to a mile : 1 f. 6 
in. X 1 f. 3 in. 

9. Plan of " Swinley Railes, the lodge of Swinley Waike sj 
red deer ; Sir Henrie Nevell, chiefe keper, . , . Berd, tutdei; 
keper;" drawn on a scale of 20 perches to aa inch: 1 f. 1 
in. X I f. 1 in. 

10 a. Plan of "Bigshot Railes, the lodge of BigsIuH 
Walke ; red deere ; Sir Charles Howarde, cheife keper, , 
Hanykyn, under keper ; '* drawn on a scale of 20 perches tal 
an inch : 1 f. SJ in. x 11 in. 

10 b. Plan of" Crambome Railes, the lodge of Crambom 
Walke ; fallow deere ; Sir Richard Lovelace, cheife keper, 1 
and hath about 550 deere, about 120 of antler, 55 bucks;' 
drawn on a scale of 20 perches to an inch : 1 f. 2J in. x 8 1 
in. I 

11. "This table comprchendelh Guldefordc Parke lying J 
in Surrcye, Sir Tlionias Gorge is the keper therof, . . . Carter, J 
under keper ; this parke hath 600 fallow deere, about 80 of fl 
antler, and not above 30 buckes; the circuit of this parke is J 
6\ mile; it paleth 7j mile; meanlie timbred, not sufficient 1 
to niayntaine the pale; it contayneth in quantitie 16S0f 
acres, the moste reasonable good grounde;" drawn od k4 
scale of 40 perches to an inch (8 inches to a mile) : 1 f . ^ 

X 1 f. 3 in. 

12. "In this table is comprised Henly Park, in Surrey,! 
Sir Henrie Browne is keper therof and halh about 120 deere; J 
of antler about 70, of buckes (as is informed) about 40; verie J 
manie iu respect of the generatl summe ; the circuit of thisJ 
parke is -3^ mile, and so much it paleth ; the timber de^ 
caies; it is in quantetie about 420 acres, good grounde; '4 



UKBESHIRE. 163 

drawn on a scale of 20 purches to an inch ; 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 



I 



13. " This table compri'hendeth all Wokinge Parke, which 
parke is distinguished under the names of the greate and 
little parkes. Of this ]>arke Sir Jeames Heskins is cheife 
keper, and hath about 160 deere, 30 of antler, and aboule 15 
buckcs ; this inlire parke by the ontmostc pale is in circuit 
4j mile, it paleth 5j mile ; the timber will not mainlaine the 
paling longe ; it conUiinelh in the whole in quanlitie about 
590 acres ;" drawn on a scale of 20 perches to an inch : 2 f. 
X 1 f. 5 in. 

14. Plan of " BiSete Parke in Surrey, wberof parte lielh 
within, parte without the bouudes of the Ibrest, all yet belong- 
ing to tlie honor; wherof Sir Edward Howard is chiefs keper, 
and hath about 160 fallow deere, about 36 of antler, and 14 
fauckes. Tliis parke is in circuite 3} mile, and so much it 
paleth ; few or no timber trees to mayntaine the fence; it 
contayneth in quantitie about 380 acres meanc grounde;" 
drawn on a scale of 20 perches to an inch : 1 f, 8 in. x 1 f. 
Sin, 

15. Plan of " Bagshott Parke, liyng in Surrey, wherin are 
about 17 rowe deere, as was informed; they lie covertlie and 
are hardlie discovered ; Sir William Harman is the keper of 
this parke ; a litle parte lieth in Barkshire ; it is in circuit 
25 mile, it paleth 35 mile ; it contayneth in quantitie about 
415 acres, good ground for the moste parte;" drawn on a 
scale of 20 perches to an inch; 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in, 

16. " In this table or map is contained the delinialion of 
Langley Parke, liyng within Buckinghamshire, wherof Mr. 
Edmond Kedermisler is keper, and hath about 140 fallow 
deere, about 35 of antler, about 14 buckes;~the circuite of 
this parke is 6j mile, it paleth 7^ mile, wherof certaine con- 
fining tenantes by custom doe pale about ^. There is noe 
great store of timber trees ; this parke is aboute 3^- mile 
from Windesore ; " drawn on a scale of 40 perches to an inch : 
2 f. 1 in. X 1 £ i in. 

17. " Ditton Parke in Buckinghamshire, wherof Sir Charles 
Ilowarde is cliiefe keper under tlie Earle of Nottingham, and 
hath aboute 220 deere, about 50 of antler, and 20 buckes. 
The circuite of tliis parke by the pale is 2j mile ; lille lim- 
ber; it containellt in quantitie about 195 akers, good 
grounde ; " drawu on a scale of 20 perches to an inch : I f. 
8 in. X 1 f, 2 in. 



" Plan de la Forest de Windsor;" drawn by a French orlist 
about the jear 1730, on a scale of 2 miles to l^^ inch : I f. 
9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. [d? Vll. 30.] 

A colored sketch of the rides which are open roads for car- 
riages in Windsor Forest, with a written explanation ; drawn 
about the year 1810, without a scale, but 2 inches to a mile : 
2 f. I in. X 1 f. 6 in. [s& vii. 3i. s.] 

A colored plan of part of Cranboiirne Chace, etc., in Windsor 
Forest ; shewing Cranboume Park with part of the Chace 
" proposed to be inclosed by his majesty," and Holly Grove, 
the property of Lady Jennings Clarke, shewing the land 
" which his majesty is pleased to allow to be inclosed by 
Lady Jennings Clarke;" drawn about 1810, on a scale of 
7 chains to an inch : 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 7J in. [ft vn. 31. 3.] 

A plan of Windsor Great Park ; drawn [by John Vardy in 
1730 ?] without a scale, but 400 feel to an inch ; 5 f. x 2 f. 6 
in. [S? VII, 3a. t, b. 3.] 

A plan, on vellum, of the gardens in Great Windsor Park, be- 
longing to H. R. H. the Duke of Cumberland, 1747 ; drawn 
by " M. H.," on a scale of 75 feet to an inch : 4 f. 6 in. x 3 
f. 3 in. [fi VII. 38. J. a.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of the gardens and part of Windsor 
Great Park, the seat of H. R. H. the Duke of Cumberland ; 
drawn in 1750, by John Vardy, on a scale of 200 feet or 3 
chains to an inch : 3 f 6 in. x 2 f. 8 in. [fe vii. ss. i. b. i.] 

A tinted plan, unfinished, of the gardens of Cumberland Lodge, 
in Windsor Great Park; [drawn by John Vardy in 1750,] 
without a scale, but 200 feet to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f. 7 in. 
[ft VII. 3U. 2. h. 3.] 

It is apparently the rough draft of the preceding, but does 
not shew so much space. 

A colored view of the upper court of Windsor Castle, looking 
towards the round tower; drawn, probably about 1635, by 
Wenceslans Hollar: 1 f. \(i\ in. x 7 in. \P, R. Cracherode, 
359.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Windsor Castle, taken from the 
park; drawn about 1740,by Bernard Lens: lf.Jin.x8in. 
[ft VII. 40. i. a. *.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Windsor Castle and town ; 
drawn about 1740, by Bernard Lens : 1 f. j in. x 8 in. [ft 

VII. 40. I. «. ff.] 



An east view, in Indian ink, of Windsor CasUe, taken from 
Datcfaet Common ; drawn about 1740, by Bernard Lens : 1 
f. J in. X 8 in. [sfe vir. 4o. i. a, d.] 

A north-east riew, in Indian ink, of Windsor Cast]e; drawn 
about 1740, by Bernard Lens: 1 f. J in. x 8 in. [* vu, to. 
i. s. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Windsor Castle ; drawn about 
1740, by Bernard Lens: 1 f. J in. x 8 in. [d? vii. 40. i. 

2C.] 

An outline plan of the ground and part of the town on the 
south side of Windsor Castle, shewing a scheme for some 
extensive alterations and apparently for a new entrance to 
the upper ward ; drawn about the year 1800, on a scale of 
27 feel to an inch : 4 f. x 3 f. [# vir. 40. «, n. i,] 

A plan, in pencil, of part of Windsor Castle ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq., on a scale of ^ of an inch to a foot : 2 f. 4 in. 
X 1 f. 11 in. [^d(f. 9460. fol. 71.] 

A plan, in pencil, of the Princesses' apartments on the south 
terrace of Windsor Castle; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., 
on a scale of 13 feet to an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 7 iu. [Jdd. 
fl460. fol. 73.] 

An outline riew, in pencil, of the round tower of Windsor 

k Castle, with part of the court of the upper ward; drawn by 
Frederic Nash : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. IJdd. 9460. fol. 70.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magiui Britannia, vol. i. p. 420. 
A ground plan, in pencil, of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 
shewing the groining of the roof; drawn by Frederic Nash, 
on a scale of 14 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [^Add, 
9460. ff. fio, 61.] 
A highly finished ground plan, in pencil and Indian ink, of St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor, with the groining of the roof; 
drawn by Frederic Nash, on a scale of 24 feet to an inch: 1 
f. 4 in. X 10 in. \_Add. 9460. fol. 6*.] 

Engraied in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. i- p. 243. 

A highly finished elevation, in pencil, of part of the side of the 

nave of St. George's Chapel, Windsor; drawn by Frederic 

Nash : 1 f. 4i in. x 9^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 63.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magtia Briiannia, vol. i. p. 206. 

Rough plans and details, witli measurements, of parts of St. 

George's Chapel, Windsor ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 

the one 1 f. 3 in. x 9^ in., the other I f. 7 in. X 1 f. 3 in. 

[Add. 9460. ff. 65. h., 66.] 



< -* -» ^. ' : 



A pencS i hawia g of the west wimkw i of Sc George's ChmpA, 
Windsor; by Sonel Ljuxa^ Esq.: 1 £. x 9| in. [.4d£ 

Um. feL «w ] 

Pencfl dnwriBgs of nu i iituls with details md i ii i i m i m iiii ^ 
in the Braj Chapel in St. George's Chapel^ Windsor; by 
Sanrael Ltsoos Esq. :l£7in.xlCSin. IJdd. 9460. 

Two pencil diawings containing plan, deration^ and detaib, 
with measerementft, of the east door a( St. George's Chapel, 
Windsor; bj Samnel Lysons, Esq.: each 1 £ 3 in. x 9 in. 
[Add. 9460. ffl 6^ b^ 6^.] 

Eleration and plan, in pencil, of the doorwaj at the east end of 
Sl George's Chapel, Windsor ; drawn bj Frederic Nash : 
10 in. X 7| in. [Jdd 9460. fol do. 6.] 
EngraTed in Lyscns^ Ma^na Britannia^ toL i. p. 206. 

A bigfalj finished oatline deration, in pencil, of the monmnent 
of Sir Wm. Htzwilliam, in St George's Chapel, Windsor; 
drawn bj Frederic Nash, on a scale of l^V inch to a foot : 
1 f. 2 in. X lOJ in. [Add. 9460. fol. dr.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of an inscription several times re- 
peated in the iron work of the door behind the altar in St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor ; bj Samuel Ljsons^ Esq. : 7 in. 
X Si in. [Add. 9460. fol. 67. 6.] 

Two plans, one in pencil, the other in Indian ink, of one half 
of the iron monmnent of K. Edward III., in St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor ; drawn bj Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : each 1 f. 
X 5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 68.] 

A \iew, in Indian ink, of Windsor Castle and Eton College, 
taken from the road between the Windmill Inn and the Play- 
ground; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in May 1793. [P. R. 
K^ve, 1. 35.] 

An outline view of Windsor, taken from the garden of the 
Castle Inn, at Salthill; drawn by S. H. Grimm. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 34.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Windsor Castle, taken from the play- 
ground at Eton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in May 1793 : 10) 
in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 36.] 

A view» in pencil, of Frogmore Lodge, in the Little Park, 
Windsor : 6 in. x 4 J in. [ib vii. 39. c] 

A colurcd plan of the western turnpike road (from Shrubshill), 
uud of the roads to Windsor, with the grounds adjoining 
ihot'oto ; shewing how such roads are proposed to be altered, 
iUid uuw carried ; drawn about 1780, on a scale of 20 chains 
lu i\xx iuch : ^ f. 5 iu. x 1 f. 8 in. [d? v. loo. s.] 



DERKSHIBE. 167 

Nioe plans of ihc difierent ways from His Majesty's eUbles at 
Windsor, to the camp on Ascot Heath, 1798; drawn ap- 
parently for the use of K. George III., and arranged in a 
volume of a small octavo size: the scale is about H it^^^ to 
a mile, [ft v. 99.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Witham House, near Oxford, the 
seat of the Earl of Abingdon ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} 
in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. J3.] 

A pencil sketch of the entrance of Witham House ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7} in. x 4^ in. IJdd. 9460. foL 
75. b.] 

Outline drawings of the sepulchral brasses of Richard Wygtham 
and his wife Juliana Golaffre (who died in 1408) ; formerly 
in the chancel of Witham Church, and removed in 1730 to 
the south window of the chancel: 1 f. 2^ in. x 10} in. [A 
VII. 77.] 

See Aubrey's Berkshire, 1736, p. 67, and the GevtlemarCs 
Magazine, vol. 67. pt. ii. p. 663. 

A plan of the park of West Woodhay, between Newbury and 
Hungerford, the seat of William Sloper, Esq. ; drawn about 
1760, without a scale: 1 f. 3 in. x II in. [* tii. 51. a.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of the ground floor of West Woodhay 
House ; drawn about 1750, on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : 

11 in. X 8 in. [ft Vtl. 51. &.] 

A plan of the first floor of West Woodhay House : on the same 
scale and size, [ft vii. 51. r.] 

A plan of West Woodhay House, shewing apparently some ad- 
ditional buildings; drawn on a scale of 18 feet to an inch: 

12 in. X 7i in. [ft vii. si. d.] 

Pen and ink drawing of the font in Woolhampton Church ; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 57.] 

A pen and ink drawing of an inscription in the chancel of 
Woolhampton Church, with a pencil sketch of the window 
of the chancel; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 48. i.] 

The inscription is engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. 
i. p. 204. 



BUCKINGHAMSHIEE. 



A COLORED plan of the river Thames from Boulter's Lock, nei 
Taplow, to Mortlate, with part of the counties of Buckiiii 
ham and Middlesex, shewiDg the canal which was pro- 
jected from Monkey Island, near Domey, to Isleworth, sur- 
veyed, in 1770, by James Brindley, Engineer; drawn on 
parchment by William Blanchard, (from the original by- 
Robert Whitworth,) on a scale of four inches to a mile : 8 C 
6 in. X 3 f. 2 in. [a vi. n. 3.1 

A colored plan of the river Thames and of the intended canal 
from Monkey Island to Isleworth, surveyed by James Brind- 
ley, 1770 ; shewing the two projected lines, the upper one by 
Colnbrook and Bedfont, proposed by Mr. Brindley,lhe lower 
one by Dalchet and Staines ; with profiles of both lines, and a 
list of the land owners upon both ; drawn on parchment by 
T. Jeffeiys, on a scale of 2 inches to a mile : 3 f. 8 in. X 2f. _ 
6 in. [ffl VI. i^^, a.] 

A colored profile of the river Thames from Boulter's Lock 1 
Morllake, surveyed, in 1770, by James Brindley, Engineer jJ 
drawn on vellum by William Blanchard, from the original byl 
Robert Whitworth ; the distance on a scale of 4 inches 
mile ; the falls on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 14 f. x 2 C% 
Accompanied by a Ms. description. [4 vi. ta.} 

The three preceding plans were copied for the use of King:'! 
George III. from the originals, which were made apparently! 
for the corporation of the city of London ; these copies weiB'f 
presented to his Majesty by Mr. James Sharp, together with I 
a paper inlitled " A llecital of what steps have hithertO'V 
been taken towards making a canal from Reading to Isle--| 
worth, Dec. 27th, 1770." 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 169 

Ashridge, the seat of the Bridgewater family. See Pitstone. 

A drawing, in pencil, of part of the south door of Aylesbury 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9| in. x 4^ in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 107.] 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font, with 
hexagonal cover, in Aylesbury Church ; by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 10 in. x 5} in.: with three small drawings of details 
of the sculpture. [Add. 9460. fol. no.] 

The font is engraved in the Magna Britanniay vol. i. p. 
489. 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of a recumbent white marble figure 
in Aylesbury Church, which was dug up in the ruins of the 
Grey Friars, and supposed by Browne Willis to be that of 
Sir Robert Lee, who died in 1460; by Priscilla Combe, 1787: 
9| in. X 6 in. [d? vm* 4. i.] 

A drawing, in pen and ink, by Samuel Lysons, Esq., of the 
same figure : 1 f. 4 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 113.] 

A colored plan of the country north of Beaconsfield, by R. 
Montalembert, Comet K. D. Dragoons, on a scale of 300 
yards to an inch : 1 f. 3} in. x 1 f. 2| in. [ib viii. 4. 2.] 

A colored plan of the country south of Beaconsfield ; drawn by 
T. Bamett, Captain in the 4th or Queen's own Dragoons, on 
a scale of 300 yards to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [^ 

Vlll. 4. 3.] 

A colored view of Gregories, the seat of the Rt Hon. Ed- 
mund Burke at Beaconsfield; drawn by ... . Ravenhill: 
10 in. X 5J in. [d? viii. 5. 6.] 
This has been engraved by Ravenhill. 

A pencil sketch of part of the arch over the south door of 
Bletchley Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
5 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 99.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the oldest part of the rectory-house at 
Bletchley ; drawn on a scale of 7 feet to an inch : 8 in. x 7 
in. [Add. 6402. fol. iio.j 

An outline view of the parsonage at Brickhill ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 17.] 

A pencil sketch of an arched doorway in the school at Buck- 
ingham ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 99.] 

z 



170 BUCRINOHAMSHIRE. 

A sketch, in pencil, of an arch and capital in the school at 
Buckingham; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; Tin. x 4iin. 
[Jdd. 9460. fol. 99.] 

Bulstrode, the seat of the Duke of Portl^d. See Upton. 

A colored west view of Bumham Abby ; drawn in 1787, by 
" Mr. Dickson:*' 1 f. 1 in. x 8 J in. [di viii. «6. 6.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the east window of Bumham Church ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9460. foL 

107.] 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of an oblong vallutn 
and ditch, about 130 paces long and about 60 wide, in a 
wood near Bumham, called by the country people Harle- 
quin's Moat ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 9460. fol. 125.] 

A colored drawing of the stained glass in the window of Ches- 
ham-bois Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 11 in. X 5 in. 
[Jdd. 9460. fol. 117.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 488. 

Sketches, in pencil, of details of the stained glass in the church 
of Chesham Bois ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7} in. x 
4i in. [Add. 9460. fol. 117.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in the church of Chesham Bois ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 
9460. fol. 116. 6.] 

An interior view, in pencil, of the chancel of Chetwode 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9^ in. x 8 in. 
[Jdd. 9460. fol. 105.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 487. 

A drawing, in pencil, of one of the triple side windows in the 
chancel of Chetwode Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 
in. X 8 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 106.] 

Three drawings, in pencil, of omamentcd capitals in Chetwode 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : two of the drawings 7 in. 
X 4^ in., the other 5 in. x 2} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 106.] 

A colored drawing, with admeasurements, of the antient stained 
glass, with a figure of Henry III., in the second light of the 
east window of Chetwode Priory Church ; by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 1 f. 6 in. X 7 in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. ii5.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 488. 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 171 

A colored drawing of the figure of St. Edmund in the stained 
glass of the east window of Chetwode Priory Church ; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [AM. 9460. fol. ii6.] 

Engraved on a smaller seale in the Magna Britannia^ vol. 
i. p. 488. 

Seven sketches, in pencil, of details of the antient stained glass 
in Chetwode Priory ; drai^^n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add, 
9460. ff. 115. 6., 116.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Datchet Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : 1 f. 1 in. x 19 in. [* viii. 28. a.] 

A colored view of Datchet bridge ; drawn about 1790: 8 in. x 
6 in. [^ VIII. S8. c] 

A colored design for an iron bridge of one arch of 270 feet, 
over the river Thames between Windsor and Datchet; 
drawn by John Stickney, in 1799: 11 in. x 5 J in. [* viii. 

28. e.] 

It is accompanied by a letter from the designer to Mr. 
William Vaughan, dated 15th May, 1799, estimating the ex- 
pense at <f 5000. 

Four drawings of two doorways of the church, apparently, at 
Denham " or Darlton;" by S. H. Grimm : each about 7 J in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Eaye, i. 20—23.] 

A pencil drawing of the doorway of Dinton Church, with the 
admeasurements annexed ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 
in. X 9i in. [Add. 9460. fol. 101.] 

A pencil drawing of the doorway of Dinton Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq., on a scale of f inch to a foot : 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 100. &.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. L p. 486. 

A drawing, in pencil and pen and ink, of the sculpture over the 
doorway of Dinton Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 
in. X 8 in. [Add. 9460. fol. loo. 6.] 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of the inscription over the doorway 
of Dinton Church, apparently the size of the original ; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 f. x 6 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 102.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the inscription over the doorway of 
Dinton Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 1^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 101.] 

Two pen and ink drawings of details of the doorway of Dinton 
Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 101.] 

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172 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 

A pencil drawiDg of the circular stone font in Dinton CliurcH 
by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 iu. [Add. 9460. fol. 

109.] 

Ditton Park. See Stoke Poges. 

Pen and ink sketch of part of the east wiudow of Edlesborough , 
or Ellesborough Church ; drawn by Samuel Ljaons, Ksq. : 
di ui. X 4 in. [Add. 3460. fol. io4.] 

A section, iu pen and ink, of the insulated oval mount, ap- 
parently the site of an ancient fortress, on which the church 
of Edlesborough stands ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 i in. X 3 in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. ly,^.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the earth works on the side of the 
Chiltem hills, near Ellesborough, at one comer of which is a 
high circular mount or keep, 80 paces in circumference, 
called the Castle-hill or Kimble Castle, commonly supposed t 
have been the caslle of (Junobelinc ; drann by Samuel 7 
SODS, Esq. ; 7i in. x 4^ in. [Jdd. 9460. fol. ]-5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Eton College, taken from the terr 
at 'Windsor; drawn by A. B. Lens: 1 f. ^ in. x 8 in. {jft 

¥111. 3<>. cJ] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Eton College, taken from the play^ 

ground; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in May, 1793: lOj in. xl 

7i in. [P. n. Kaye, i. 34.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the ceremony of the Moiitem at Eto 

in 1778, as attended by George III. and Queen Charlottefi 

drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j^ in. [/*. R. Kaye, 

I. aB.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the procession ad Muniem, and to tlia.fl 

inn at Salt Hill, in May, 1793; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 

in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. J7.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the planting the flag ad Montem, i 

Windmill Hill at Sail Hill, in May, 1793 ; drawn by S. H."^ 

Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. at;.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the costume of tlie under Master i 

Eton; drawn in 1793, by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7} i 

[P. R. Kaye, i. S5.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the costume of a salt-gatherer at 1 

Montem at Eton in May, 1793; drawn by S. H. Gri 

lOj- in. X 7i in. [P. S. Kaye, i. 3i.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the room at the inn I 

Satthill, prepared for the Mtmtein dinner iu 1793; dravru bji 

S. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, l. w.] 



BlTCKtNOUAMSBIRE. 173 

A view, in Indiau ink, of Ihe irees opposite the Castle Inn, at 
Salthill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : W^ in. x TJ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. so.] 

Gregories, tbe seat of Edmund Burke. See Bbaconsfield, 

A pencil drawing of the tomb of Elizabetb de la Plauncb, wife 
of Sir John Clinton, in Haversham Church ; by Samuel Ly- 
8ons, Esq.: 9j in. x 7i in. l^dd. 94C0. fol. in.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britanniaf vol. i. p. 491. 

A pencil drawing of tbe tomb of Elizabeth, Lady Clinton, in 
Haversham Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. X 

10 in. {Add. 9460. fol. ns.] 

Pencil sketches of tlie figures on two tombs in Haversham 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 J in. x 4j in. 
[Add. 9400. fol. iiy.] 

Colored sketches of the stained glass in the windows of the 
chancel of Hitcham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
I 1 f. 3 in. X 11 in. \_Add. 94G0. fol. ii«.] 
■Tour pencU sketches, partly tinted, of stained glass in the 
F windows of Hitcham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. [Add. 9460. fol. ii9.] 
A pencil drawing of the circular stone font, with arches, in 
Hitchenden Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 3J 
in. iAdd. 9460. fol. io9.] 

Kimble Castle. See Ellesborodgh, 

A west view, in pencil and Indian ink, of the remains of the 
monastery of MuresJey for nuns of the Benedictine order, 
dedicated to St. Margaret, in the parish of Ivingboe; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 11 in. x 7 in, [Add, 9460, 

fol. 1S4.] 

A colored plan of " Langley Parke, [part of the Honor of Wind- 
sor,] liynge within Buckinghamshire, wherof Mr. Edmond 
Kcdermister is keper, and hath about 140 fallow deere, 
about 35 of antler, about 14 buckes; — the circuite of this 
parke is 6j mile, it poletli 7^ mile, wherof certaine confining 
tenantes by custom doe pale \ : there is noe great store of 
timber trees ; this parke is about 3j mile from Windesore ;" 
drawn in 1607, by John Norden, on a scale of 40 perches to 
an inch [8 inches to a mile] : 2 f. 1 in. x 1 f, ^ in. [Harl. 
3749. art. i6.] 

L pencil sketch of Medmenham Church and part of the village ; 
drawn about 1800 : B^ iu. X bl in. [A viii. 3s. i. a.] 



174 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 

Two plans and sections^ one in pencil, the other in pen mnd 

ink, of the remains of a large Roman camp, nearly square, 

enclosing about seven acres, with a single vcMum or ditchy 

near Medmenham ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : A^ in. 

X 4^ in. [Add. 9460. foL 1S5.] 

A pen and ink drawing of the hexagonal stone font in Great 
Missenden Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 109.] 

Pen and ink drawing of the sculpture on the font in Missenden 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add, 
9460. fol. 108. &.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of one of the stone stalls in Maid's Mor- 
ton Church, with the measurements ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 10 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9460. fol. los.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 490. 

A drawing, in pencil and pen and ink, of the circular stone 
font in Maid*8 Morton Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 109.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 489. 

An elevation, in pencil and pen and ink, of Salden House, in 
the parish of Muresley, built by Sir John Fortescue, Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer temp. James I., and now pulled 
down ; drawn by the Reverend William Cole : 1 f. 2 in. x 7 
in. [Add. 6402. fol. m.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the Corbel table at the end of the hall 
of Nutley Abbey ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 5 in. x 4| 
in. [Add. 9460. fol. 1^3.] 

Partly engraved, on a reduced scale, in the Magna Bri- 
tannia, vol. i. p. 489. 

Three sketches, in pencil, of details of the sculpture on the 
Corbel table in the hall of Nutley Abbey ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9460. fol. i23.] 

A colored south-east prospect of ^^ Astridge House, the seat of 
his Grace the Duke of Bridgewatcr,*' in the parish of Pitstone; 
drawn about 1790 : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [^ viii. lo. i. a.] 

A colored north-west ^^ prospect of Astridge House ;** drawn 
about 1790 : 1 f . 2 in. x 9 in. [^ viii. lo. i. &.] 

These two views represent the old college or convent of 
a religious order called Bonhommcs, which was once the 
residence of Queen Elizabeth, and was pulled down by the 
Duke of Bridgewatcr about the year 1802, in order to make 
room for the present mansion. 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 175 

Plans, in pencil, with the admeasurements annexed, of the old 
College at Ashridge ; drawn by Samael Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 
2 in. X 9 in. lAdd. 9460. fol. 122.] 

A view, in pencil, of the interior of part of the cloisters of the 
old College at Ashridge ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., 
with sketches of details : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. lAdd, 9460. fol. 
119. 6.] 

An interior view of the ruins of the hall of the old College at 
Ashridge, taken during the demolition of the building in 
1802; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 11 in. x 8 J in. 
lAdd, 9460. fol. 121.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 492. 

A sketch, in pencil, of an old fresco painting in the old College 
at Ashridge, with details of carvings, etc. ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [^Add. 9460. fol. 120.] 

Pencil sketches of parts of windows, etc., in the church at 
Princess Risborough ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7\ 
in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 104.] 

A pencil drawing of the hexagonal stone font in Princess Ris- 
borough Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x Z\ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 109.] 

A plan, in pencil, with the admeasurements, of an entrenchment 
adjoining the churchyard at Prince's Risborough, supposed 
to be the site of the Black Prince's palace ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3} in. [Add. 9460. fol. 125.] 

Salden House. See Mureslet. 

Pen and ink drawing of a window in the south aisle of Sher- 
rington Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 J in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 9460.' fol. lor.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of three stone stalls in Sherrington Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9460. 

fol. 108.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Sherrington 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
9460. fol. no.] 

Pen and ink sketch of the handle of the south door of Sherring- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. i04.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of part of one of the windows in the chapel 
of Liscombe House, in the parish of Soulbury ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9460. fol. lor.] 



176 



BDCKI»CHAHSHIBE. 



A pencil sketch of an arch, with architectaral details, in Stanton J 
Barry Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 | 
in. [Add. 9460. fol. 99.] 

A south-east view, io pencil, of Stewldey Church ; drawn by J 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 1 f. x 9 in. IMd. 9460. fol. ae.] 
Engraved in the Ma^na Britannia, vol. i. p. 633, 

A plan, in pencil, of Slewkley Church, with the admeasure- 
ments annexed; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 1 f. 4 in. 
X 10 in. [Add. 9460. fol. as. i.] 

An interior view, in pencil, of the chancel of Rtewkley Church; . 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 10 in. x 8 in. {_Add, 9460. 1 
fol. 96.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. i. p. 486. 

A pencil sketch of the chancel of Stewliley Church, with vaiiotul 
details ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: I f. 9 in. x 1 f, 3 
in. {Add. 9460. fol. 9i.] 

A section, in pencil, of part of Stewldey Church, with the ad- 
measurements annexed ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
10 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 95.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the doorway and arches at the west end of 
Stewkley Church, with some details; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 1 f 9 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 9o.] 

A pencil drawing of the arches and cajiitals of pillars at the 
west end of Stewkley Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 94G0. fol. 97.] 

Engraved, on a smaller scale, in the Magna Britannia, 
vol. i. p. 486. 

Eight pencil sketches of arches, capitals, and other architectaral 
details of Stewkley Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
chiefly 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9460. ff. yj-95,] 

Three drawings, iu pencil, containing arches, capitals, and va- 
rious architectural details of Stewldey Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: each 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9460. ff. 97. h., 

SB.] 

A pencil drawing of the font in Stewkley Church ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9460. fol. 9*.] 

A colored plan of " Ditton Parke [part of the honor of Windsor 
and in the parish of Stoke Poges] in Buckinghamshire, 
wherof Sir Charles Howards is chiefe keper under the Earle 
of Nottingham, and hath aboute 220 deere, about 50 of antler, 
and 20 buckes ; the circuite of this parke by the pale is 2j 
mile; little timber; it containeth in quantitie about 195 



BircKINOnAMSHIRE. 177 

akers, goode grounde;" drawn in 1607, by Jolin Norden, on 
a scale of 20 perches to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. 
[Harl. 3749. art. it.] 

Pen and ink sketches, with notes, of various architectural de- 
tails of Stowe Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 9i 
in. X 7 in. [Add. 9400. fol. los.] 

Fen and ink eketch of an arch in Stowe Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x SJ in. [Add. 9460. fol. 103.] 

A pen and ink drawing of the circular stone font in Stowe 
Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. {_Add, 
94C0. fol. 109.] 4 

I Two drawings, in pencil, of the door of Water Stratford Church ; 

I by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 1 in, x 8i in. : with three draw- 

r ings of details on a. larger scale. [Add. 9460. ff. 9-j. b., lou.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. 486. 

A plan, in pencil, of Upton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7i in. x 4J in. [Add. 9460. fol. g^.] 

A pencil drawing of tlie circular stone font with arches in 
Upton Church; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5} in. x 3^ in. 
[Add. 9460. fol. 109.] 



^; 



A view, in Indian ink, of Bulstrode, the seat of the Dowager 
Duchess of Portland; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 7th May, 
lOJ in. X 7 in. [* viil. li. i. a.] 

outline view of Bulstrode; drawn by S. H. Girimm; appa- 
rently the sketch from which the preceding was taken : 1 f. 
7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, i. i8.] 

1 Indian ink, of the grotto in the park at Bulstrode ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, 7th May, 1781: lOj in. x 7 in. 

[it vin. u. i. </.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a Danish camp in the park at Bul- 
strode ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 7lti May, 1781 : 7j in. x 
5i in. [fi VIII. II, 1, e.] 

An outline view of the Danish camp in the park at Bulstrode ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm ; it is apparently the original sketch 
for the preceding: 1 f. 2i in. x 11 in, [P. K. Kaye, 1. 19,] 

A pencil drawing, with admeasurements, of an amphora, found 
in a sand-pit on Wavendon Heath ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 
5in, x3iin- [Add. 0i60. iol. 1^6.} 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. i. p. S4.] 



178 BUCKINOHAMSHISE. 

■ 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of West Wycombe Church, taken 
from the road at the foot of the hill ; drawn by S. H. Grrimm : 
11 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Eaye, i. 33.] 

A section, in pencil, with the admeasurements, of the remains 
of a circular camp on the top of the hill at West Wycombe ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq: 4^ in. x 3} in. [Add. 9460. 

foL 125.] 

An outline view of High or Chipping Wycombe, taken from 
the road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. IL 

Kayc, I. 32.] 

A north-cast view, in Indian ink, of Wyrardisbury or Wraysboxy 
Church, Aear Staines ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1787 : 1 f. 
1| in. x 9 in. [sb vai. 37.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 



A MAP of the county of Cambridge ; drawn on a scale of 4i- 
miles to an incb : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9461. fol. i.] 

A map of Cambridgeshire, " with the Roman stations and ways 
and Britons walls ;" drawn in pen and ink, by James EsBex, 
architect : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 63.] 

A map of the Roman stations in Cambridgeshire ; traced in 

pencil, by Samuel Lysons, Esq., " from a drawing by Mr. 

Essex, [the precediog,] in the possession of the Rev. Tho. 

Kerrich:^ 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9461. fol. ». 6.] 
A map of the country round Cambridge ; drawn on a scale of 

4^ miles to an inch : 9^ in. x 8} in. [Add. 9461. fol. i. &.] 
A sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window in the 

church of Abington Magna ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 

rich, formerly keeper of the Public Library in Cambridge : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. no.] 
A sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of the 

tower of the church of Abington Magna; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. Si2.] 
A sketch and section, in pen and ink, of a north window in the 

church of Abington Magna; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 

Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. an.] 
A north-east view, in pencil, of the church of Abington Parva; 

dran'D by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6754. fol. 199. i.] 
An elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the door of the church 

of Abington Parva ; dran-n by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. ti3.] 

A A3 



n. J^^^J 



180 CAMBBIDGBSHIRK. 

An oiilline clevallon, in pen and ink, of the aorLh door of f 
church of Abington Parva ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas K!a| 
rich, from the measurement of James Essex: 8 in. x 6 i 
[Add. 6738. fol. ib.] 

Sketches of details, in pen and ink, of the north door of the 
church of Abington Parva; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. IJdd. 6754. fol. si*.] 

An elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door of the 
church of Abington Parva ; drawn by tlie Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6754. fol. sis.] 

A pencil sketch of a double niche in the chancel of UUle 
Abingdon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 
4i in. [Add. 9461. fol. 31.] "" 

Anglesey Priory. See Bottisham. 

A pencil sketch of a double piscina in Arrington Chtii 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 94flll 

fol. 31.] 

Profile, in pencil, with admeasuTcmcnts, of the ancient Roman 
road between Balsham and Vandelbury, on the Gogmagog 
Hilts ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [^dd, 
9461. fol. m. b.] 

Elevations and plans, in Indian ink, of the north iutd soDlh 
doors of Balsham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fi'. :i85, 3b6.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door of Bal- 
sham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. isa.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the north door of the 
chancel of Balsham Church ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [_Add. 6755. fol. 383.] 

Elevation and plan, in pea and ink, of the chancel door of 
Balsham Church: drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. fot. ■•in.] 

Five elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the great east 
window, the windows of the aisles, and the windows of the 
steeple, in Balsham Chmrch ; dratvn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6756. fF. 378-3BS.] 

Three elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the great east 
window, the windows of the chancel, and the upper window^ j 
of the steeple of Balsham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Th( 
mas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 2oi-so3.] 



CAHBRIDOBSHIRE. 



ISl 



Sketches, in pencil, with Dotee, of windows in Balsham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lyaone, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 33.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of a niche in the south wall of 
Balsham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; with 
notes: ej in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 33.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental grave-stone, with 
brass plates, of John de Sleford, master of the wardrobe to 
King Edward III., and rector of Balsham, (who died in 1401,] 
in Balsham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f, 
6 in. X 9 in. : with some details the size of the originals. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 3i.] 

Engraved on a smaller scale in the Magna Britannia, vol. 
ii. p. 66. 

Drawings, io pen and ink, of four cross stones in Balsham 
Church-yard; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in, 
[Add. 6755. fol. SM.] 

Barnwell Church. See Cambridge, Little St. Andrew's. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font and of various details in Barring- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 34.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the great east window and two side win- 
dows of Bartlow Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [^Add. 6756. fol. S9i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the round tower of Bartlow Church, with 
some details ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 31.] 

Bartlow tumuli. See Essex, Bartlow. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a large octagonal font in Barton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 38.] 

Five sketches, in pencil, of windows, capitals, and other details 
of Bassingboumc Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
I each 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 946J. £f. 34. b., 35.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of details of Bottisham Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. X 4 in. [Add, 9461. 
fol. 36.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the aisles of 
Bottisham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 4 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6747. fol. 117.] 

A plan, in pencil, with details, of the remains of Anglesey 
Priory, in the parish of Bottisham ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 10 in. x 4 in. [Ad<l. 9461. fol. 3i.] 



: 4 in. 



183 CABIBBIIK)eBmBE. 

Two sketches of windows, capitals, tower, etc., of Boi 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq- : each 7 in. x 4 
[Add. 9461. fol. 36.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of three rich recesses in the north wi 
of the chancel of Burgh or Burrough Green Church ; the 
first containing the single figure of a knight, the second a 
knight and his lady, the third a single figure of a knight ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, x 4 in. [JdtL 
6751. fol. 155.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the figures of a koight and his lady 
at the foot of the allar tomb behind the altar in Buigh Green 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 35.] 

Sketch of the central arch of the chancel of Burgh 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. > 
Udd. 9461. fol, 35.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the arch behind the altar of Bi 
Green Church, with the recumbent figure of a lady 
by Samuel LysoBS, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 
35. ft.] 

Sketch of the figure of alady under the central arch in the chance^ 
of Burgh Green Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.H 
6 in. X 3^ in. lAdd. 9461. fol. S5.] V 

Sketch, in pencil, of the east window of the chancel of Burgh 
Green Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 j in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 36.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the nave of Burwell Church ; 
drawn fi-om memory in 1787, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. X 6 in. lAdd. 6744. fol. «.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the chancel of Burwell Church; 
drawn from memory in 1787, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6744. fol. «.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Burwell Church ; 
drawTi by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; each 4 i 
[Add. 6743. ff. 70, 71.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the windows of Burwell St. Mai 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 i 
lAdd. 9461. fol. 37.] 

Three plans, in pen and ink, of Burwell Castle ; drawn by t 
Ber. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 673J 
fbl. 61.] 



CUIBBID0E8HIRE. 183 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the remains of Bur- 
well Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. sr.) 

Section, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ancient en- 
treQchment called the Devil's Ditch, near Reach, in the parish 
of Burwell ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add.9i6l. fol. 80. 6.] 

A map of " Cambridge in the time of the Romans," with the 
road from the camp on the hilJs to Godmanchester ; drawn 
in pen and ink, by James Essex, architect: 9 in. x 7 in. 
[^(W. 6735. fol. 61.] 

Granta or Grantaceaster, See Grancuesteb. 

A plan, in pen and ink, of " part of the town of Cambridge in 
the time of Henry HI. ;" drawn by James Essex, architect: 

in. X 7i in. [Add. 6763. fol. r,6.2 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the town of Cambridge " as it ought to 
be reformed ;" drawn by Nicholas llawksmoor, about the 
year 1720-30, on a scale of 140 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 

1 f. 8 in. [str vm. m.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of part of the town of Cambridge, shewing 
Queen's, Trinity, and St. John's Colleges : apparently a mo- 
dem copy, with some alterations, of part of Hawksmoot's 
plan in the preceding ; drawn on the same scale and size. 

[ftr VIII. 45.] 

L view, in Indian ink, of Cambridge Castle, [in tho parish of 
Chesterton,] from the hill ; drawn in 1740, by James Essex : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6770. fol. 63.] 

iview, in Indian ink, of Cambridge Castle, from the tield; 
drawn by James Essex, June 2nd, 1740 : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6770. fol. 6i.] 

k view, in pencil, of Cambridge Castle, " as it probably was j " 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. X 4^ in. [Add. 
€735. fol. 66.] 

L plan, in pencil and pen and ink, of Cambridge Castle and 
ground adjacent ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 3i in. [Add: 6735. fol. 67.] 

k plan, in pen and ink, of part of Cambridge Castle, shewing 
the discoveries made Aug. 29, 1785; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. so.] 



184 CAMBBIDOBSHIRB. 

A plaD, in pen and ink, of Cambridge Castle, with four sectioiis ; 
dia^m hj the Ber. Thomas Keirich, 1 Sept. 1785 : 9| in. x 
7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 65.] 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasnrements, of Cambridge Castle ; 
drawn in 1785, hj the Rer. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. 
lAdd. 6735. fol. 66.'] 

Two drawings, in pen and ink, of ancient coffin fidSydiscoTeied 
in Cambridge Castle in 1810 ; executed hj T. Boardnuuiy in 
1812. [Add. 6735. ff. so, 5i.] 
Engraved in the Archteoloffiaj vol. xvii. plates xv. xvi. 

Colored figures of '^ Runic ^ knots taken firom ancient coffin 
stones found in the castle at Cambridge in 1811 ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich;. 8 in. x 6} in. [Add. 6740. 
fol. 58.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of a stone coffin found in Cambridge 
Casde ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 8th April, 1820 : 

9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 69.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of pillars and arches in the ciypt of an 
ancient building, (now used as a bam,) called Pythagoras* 
School, or Merton Hall, (belonging to Merton College, Ox- 
ford) on the outside of the walks of St John's CoUege at Cam- 
bridge ; drawn by Samuel Ly sons, Esq. : each 4 in. x 2| in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 6.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of a window on the west side of Py- 
thagoras' School; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6756. fol. 206.] 

A colored elevation of the old Town Hall of Cambridge, with 
plans of the two floors ; drawn by James Essex, on a scale 
of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2} in. lAdd. 6776. 

fol. 47.] 

A longitudinal and two transverse sections, in Indian ink, of 
the Town Hall; drawn by James Essex, on a scale of 10 
feet to an inch : If. x 11 in. [Add. 6776. fol. 48.] 

Plan of a design for the Town Hall, varying from the preced- 
ing ; drawn, in Indian ink, by James Essex, on a scale of 

10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 11 in. [Add. 6776. fol. 49.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the back of the Town Hall ; 
drawn by James Essex, on a scale of 10 feet to an inch : 1 f. 
1 in. X 1 1 in. [Add. 6776. fol. 50.] 

Transverse section, in outline, of the Town Hall, shewing the 
construction of the brick work and timbers, with admeasuro- 
meuts; drawn by James Essex: 1 f. 1 in. x 11 in. [Add. 
6776. fol. 51.] 



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185 



Three drawings, containing six elerations and plans, in outline, 
with admeasurements, of the windows of the Town Hall ; 
drawTi by James Essex: each I f. 3 in. x 11 in. [Add. 
6776. ff. 5*-54.] 

A colored view of Mill Lane, Cambridge j drawn by Ricbard 
Gardner, Sen^ : 1 f. SJ in. x 1 f. IJ in. [* viit. i7. b.] 

A colored view of Addenbrooke'a Hospital at Cambridge; 

drawn by Richard Gardner, Sen'. : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 1 in. [sfc 

vm. .IT./] 
A drawing, in pen and ink, of an old sepulchral slab containing 

a cross, found at Cambridge, in pulling down the stairs of 

the Castle Inn, in 1809; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

7i in. X 4J m. [Add. 6730. ff. i, a.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of St. Benedict's Church, Cambridge; 

" W. Wilkins, del.," on a scale of 20 feet to an inch : tl in. X 

4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 2p7.] 
Elevation, in pen and ink, of the door of St. Benedict's Church, 

with drawings of the two capitals, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 

rich : each 5i in. x 3i in. [Add. 6757. ff. o2-34.] 

^ Scheme, in pen and ink, shewing the formation of the plan of 
I the pillars in tlie church of St. Benedict ; drawn by James 
I Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. 139.] 
Two sketches, in pen and ink, of pillars and arches in St. Bene- 
dict's Church ; drauu by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6756. ff. asa, nw.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the aisles of 
St. Botolph's Church, Cambridge ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of St. Cle- 
ment's Church, Cambridge; dratvn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6j in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 67.] 

A pencil sketch of the octagonal stone font in St Clement's 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6j in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9401. fol. 6.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the monumental stone, in St. Clement's , 
Church, of John de Helysingham, mayor of Cambridge, who 
died in 1329; by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of iHnoh 
to a foot : 1 f. X 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 4. b.] 

Two pencil drawings of the cross and inscription on the monu- 
mental stone of John de Helysingham ; by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. ; each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9401. fol. 4. 6.] 



IM 

£le1^atk)I^ in pen aod ink, of pan of the mterior of SC EdwardTs 
Church. Cajabridge ; drawn bj the Ber. Thoc^ lCtMrwit^'%^ 2 g 
in. X 6 in. [ Jdirf. 673^. foL 46.] 

Three plans, in pen and ink, of pillars in Sl Edward's Cliaich; 
drawn by the Ber. Thomas Kenich, in 1919 ; each 6 in. x 
4 in. {Add, 6756. ff. ia>-iOD.] 

Flans, in pendl, of one of the pillars of the great arch aand off 
one of the pillars of the nave of Sl Edward's Chorch ; drawn 
bj the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8^ in. x 4 in. [Add, 6742. 
fol. ii.j 

A plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of St. GOes^s 
Church, Cambridge ; drawn in 1799, by the Rev. Thonaa 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd, 675^ foL 9iJ] 

A plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of St. Griles'a 
Church ; drawn in 1812, br the Ber. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 49.] 

Longitudinal section, in pen and ink, with admeasorementSy <tf 
St Giles's Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rer. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. foL 50.] 

An elevationy in pen and- ink, of the north side of St 6fles*8 
Church; drawn hj the Rct. Thos. Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6752. fol. 199.] 

EleratioD, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the interior 
of the east end of St Gileses Church; drawn in 1812, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. 
fol. 45.] 

Section, in pen and ink, of the west end of the chancel of St 
Gileses Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 48.] 

Section, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, shewing the 
north Hide of the chancel of St. Giles's Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. iol. 

51.] 

Outline elevation, in pen and ink, of the west side of the great 
arch of St Giles's Church ; drawn on the scale of one iodi to 
a foot, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. 5 in. x II in. 
[Add. 6734. fol. 46.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, containing plan, elevations, and 
sections, with admeasurements, of the great arch of St Giles's 
Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : ^m/ ch 
i^ in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. £ 207-209.] 



^^H so 



OAHBSIDOESHIRE. 1 87 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the great ttrcb of St. Giles's 
Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 6 in, 

X 4 iu. [Aild. 6755. fol. 47.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of one of the doors of St. Giles's Church; 
drawn bj James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6771. fol. es.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the north door of St 
Giles's Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. aoo.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, tcith admeasurements, of the 
south door of St. Giles's Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. aio.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, containing elevation, plan, sec- 
tions, and details, with measurements, of the south door of 
St. Giles's Church ; drawn in 1812, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fif. 37-n.] 

A pencil sketch of part of the south door of St. Giles's Charch; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 6.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with measurements, of one of the 
north windows of St. Giles's Church ; drawn in 1812, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. 46.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the great tower window of Great 
St. Mary's Church, Cambridge ; draivn by James Essex : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6769. p. sai.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of 
one of the upper windows in the nave of Great St. Mary's 
Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. \^Add. 
6769. p, 870.] 

Lwing, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral cross and figures in the 
south chapel of St. Mary's Church ; by James Essex: 6 in, 
X 4 in. [Add. 6770. fol. as.] 

Two plans, in pencil, with admea-surements, of Little St. Mary's 
Church, Cambridge; measured 11 Nov. 1812, by Thomas 
Robaon : one 10 in. x 8 in., the other 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 
6738. ff. 139-141.] 

Five elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with admeasure- 
ments, of the windows in Little St. Mary's Church ; drawn in 
1815, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6755. ff. 339-3*3.] 



188 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the east window of Little St. Mary's 
Church ; drawn hj the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6^ in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6747. fol. 56.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the east 
window of Little St. Mary's Church ; drawn by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6738. ff. 38. b^ 

39, 40.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window and of the 
east window of the north aisle of St MichaePs Church, Cam- 
bridge ; drawn by the Key. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 28.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of part of a window in St. MichaeFs 
Church : by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x d| in. [AnkL 
9461. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of one of the windows of St. 
MichaeVs Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 224.] 

A pencil sketch of a stone stall in St MichaePs Church, with 
notes; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 6.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of St. Peter's 
Church, Cambridge; drawn in 1809, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 229.] 

A south-west view, in pen and ink, of the tower of St. Peter^s 
Church; drawn in 1809, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 232.] 

Eight drawings, in pen and ink, containing plans, elevations, and 
sections, with admeasurements and details, of the sculpture 
of the south door of St Peter's Church ; by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich, in 1809: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 22i-tS6. 

228. 233.] 

A pencil sketch of part of the south door of St. Peter's Church, 
Cambridge ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 6.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of 
the north door of St Petef s Church ; drawn in 1809, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. 220.3 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the great west window 
in the steeple of St Peter's Church ; drawn in 1809, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol. S27.] 



C&MBBIDQB8HIRE. 189 

A plan, in pen imd ink, with admeasurements, of the south side 
of the great arch, to the steeple from the nave, of St. Peter's 
Church; drawn in 1809, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: Bin. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 6751. fol. aso.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the arch between the 
nave and the steeple of St. Peter's Church; drawn in 
180!», by the Rev. ThomaB Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6751. fol. 831.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of det^s of St. Peter's Church ; 
drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. rtt, 

873.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the " remains of an old font in the 
ruined church of St Peter's " — " taken by Mr. Haistwell, 
F. A. S., June 24, 1772, and given that day to me " [i. e. the 
Rev. William Cole of Milton] : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6770. 
fol. 85.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the font in St. Peter's Church ; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. foL 4, &.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 60, 

A colored view of the *' Round Church " (of the Holy Sepul- 
chre] with the adjoining houses in B^dge Street, Cambridge; 
drawn by Richard Gardner, Sen'.: 1 f. SJ in. x 1 f. IJ in. 

[* VIII. 47. c] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the church of the Holy Sepulchre; 
copied from James Esses, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. loi.] 

A highly finished elevation, in Indian ink, of part of the interior 
of St. Sepulchre's Church ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a 
scale of 3 feet to an inch: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461, fol. 

15.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 60, 

A highly finished elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the en- 
trance to St. Sepulchre's Church ; drawn by Frederic Nash, 
on a scale of 3 feet to an inch : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 14. 6.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of details, with plans and ad- 

^ measurements, of the great door of St. Sepulchre's Church; 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 7 in. x 4| in. [Add. 
6750. S. 126-iia.] 

Elevation, iu pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the great 
door of St. Sepulchre's Church; drawn in 1B15, by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. Qlbb. fol. 334.] 



190 



CAIfBRIDaESRItlfi. 



1 

— ma 
ik, 

4 



y 



Scheme to shew the construction of the tower of the charcb l 
the Holy Sepulchre; drawn in pen and ink, by the Rer. 
ThoB. Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. [Jdd. 6738. fol. P9.] 

Three pencil drawings of details, with admeasurements annexed, 
of the architecture of St Sepulchre's Church ; by Frederic 
Nash: each 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. ff. is. h., i6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Clare Hall, Cambridge ; by P. S. 
borne : 8^ in. x SJ in. [ffl viii. 65. 6.] 

Flans, is pencil and pen and ink, of the vaulting of the \ 
of Clare Hall ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : < 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. lae, 127.] 

West elevation and ontline plan of the new building of Corptu 
Christi or Bennet College, Cambridge ; drawn in pen and ink, 
by James Essex : 1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. [Add. 6776. fol. 2.] 

Plan of the new building of Corpus Christi College; drawn i 
pen and ink, by JamesEssex, onascaleof SOfeettoanincIltf 
1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [Add. (i776. fol. 3.] 

West elevation and plan, in pencil, of the new building of 
Corpus Christi College ; drawn by James Essex, on a scale 
of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [Add. 6776. fol. ■*.] 

Elevations, in outline, with admeasurements, of the doorcase 
and windows of the new building in Corpus Christi College; 
drawn by James Essex : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [Add. 6776. T 

5,6.] 

See Essex's " Letter to his Subscribers^ 1'^", 8vo. 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of doors in Corpus Christi Col-^ 
lege; drawn, in 1799, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. sib, 219.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of a sepulchral figure of a knight id 
Gonvile and Caius College, Cambridge ; drawn in 1768 : 
X 7 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 67.] 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the chapel of Jee 
College, Cambridge ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 i 
X 4i in. [Add. 9461. fol. u.] 

A pencil drawing of the monumental stone of John de Pykei 
ham, in Jesus College Chapel ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 
in. X 4i in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 13.] 

A pencil sketch of part of the tomb of an ecclesiastic in Jet 
College Chapel ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x I 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 13.] 



CAMBRIOOeSHIBB. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone cuMq lid, at the nortli-east 
comer of Jesus College Chapel ; bj JamGE £Mes : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Jdd. 6770. fol. 8i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the door into the cloisters of Jesus Co}> 
lege ; drawn hy James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. {Add, 6769. 

p. 325.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the door from the first 
court to the screens in Jesus College; drawn in 1818, by 
the Rer. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. \_Add. 6755. fol. 

».] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of part of St John's College, Cam- 
bridge, called the Labyrinth; drawn, apparently, by Nicholas 
Hawksmoor, about 1720-30: I f. 5 in. x 11^ in. [ft nu. 
57. c] 

An elevation, in pen and ink, of St. John's Hospital, (now part 
of St. John's College ;) drawn by James Essex : 8 in. X 6 in. 
[Add. 6763. fol. 5s.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of the chapel of Sl John's Hospital; 
drawn by James Essex : 7 in. x 4J in. [Add. 6763. fol. 5i.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of St John's Hospital, next the lane on 
the north side to the water; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. .;«.] 

Plans, in pen and ink, of the vaulting of the gate of St John's 
College ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. itv, i-:9.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of the monument of Bishop Fisher, 
found behind the chapel of St. John's College, with admea- 
surements ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. ^Add. 
6768. p. S36.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of King's College, Cambridge ; drawn 
by Nicholas Hawksmoor, about 1720-1730, on a scale of 100 
feet to an inch : 1 f 6 in. x lOj in. [* vm. 5b. a.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, tinted, of King's College, with proposed 
iiDprovements; drawn about 1720-1730, by Nicholas Hawks- 
moor, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. [ft 
viii. aa. i.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of King's College ; drawn by James 
Essex, on a scale of 50 feet to an inch : If. 11 in. x 1£7 
in. [Add. 6776. fol. b.] 

A copy of part of the preceding plan, on the same scale and 
size. [Add. 6776. fol. 9.] 



CAKBBIDGBSBIKE. 



t) from iMl^l 



A vievr, in lodian ink, of King's College, taken i _ 

garden ; diawu by F. S. Lambome : B^ in. x 6 id. [A rm. 
56. e.'] 

A Tien-, in Indian ink, of King's College Cbapel and Clare 
XIall, taken from Erasmos' Walk ; drawn by P. S. Lambome: 
8i in. X 5J in. [A vin. 58. i.] 

This has been engraved by Lambome. 

A colored elevation of the chapel of King's College, Cambridge; 
drawn apparently in the lime of Heniy VIIT., and probably 
for bis use : 4 f. 4 in. x 2 f. 2 in. iCotl. Aug. i. i. s.] 

A highly finished ground plan, in Indian ink, of King's College 
Chapel ; drawn on a scale of about 15 feet to an inch, by 
James Essex : 1 f. 8 in. x 8 in. [Add. 6776. fol. lo. 6.] 

This and some of the following are probably part of tbe 
series of plans, elevations, and sections of King's College 
Chapel, which Essex proposed to publish in filleen plates, 
with remarks and comparisons. His proposals are printed in 
Gough'a British Topography, vol. i. p. 237. 

A highly finished drawing, in Indian ink, of the roof of KingN 
College Chapel; drawn on a scale of about 15 feet to an 
inch, by James Essex : 1 f. 6 in. x 8 in. {Add. 6776. foL 
10. «.] 

A highly finished plan, in Indian ink, of the chapel of Kjng*i 

College, Cambridge, shewing the groining of the roof; drai 

by Frederick Nash, on a scale of 21 feet to an inch : 1 £ G 

X 10 m. [Add. 94C1. fol. a.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 115. 

Ad engraved ground plan of King's College Chapel, [from 
Britton's Architectural Antiquities^ with Ms. correctiona 
and additional measurements; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : IJ 
in. X 9 in. [^(W. 9461. fol. n.] 

An tHitUne plan, in pen and ink, of King's College Chapel, 
shew " the rationale of the plan ; it is formed on that species 
VtMtM Piscis Durer bids you make, to describe a nonagon ; * 
4tawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8^ in. x Q\ in. [Add, 

elevation and plan of the interior of the east I 

's College Chapel, shewing a design for an altar I 

thnra by James Essex: 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. [Addtl 

^ wmB^ «illt meaeurements, of the west window of I 
' ~ itChBIld; drawn by James Essex: ] £ >"~ 
■CiiLu.] 



loL I 
wsH 



CAMBRIDOESHtBG. 193 

Elevation and profile, in outline, with measurcmeiits, of one of 
the side windows of King's College Chapel ; drawn by Jamea 
Essex: 1 f. 5 in. X 11 in. [Add. 6776. fol. Si.] 

Elevation, in outline, with admeasurements, of one of the pin- 
nacles on the side of King's College Chapel ; drawn by 
James Essex ; with a rough sketch of part of the same : each 
1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. [Add. 6776. ff. 19, so.] 

A highly finished elevation and plan, in Indian ink, with de- 
tails and measurcuients, of the base of one of the comer 
towersof King's College Chapel ; drawn by James Essex : 1 
f. 3i in. X 9 iu. IMd. 6776. fol. 13.] 

Half elevation, in outline, with measurements, of one of the 
comer towers of King's College Chapel, from the roof of the 
building to the springing of the lantern; drawn by James 
Essex : 1 f. 6 in. X 11 in. [Add. 677G. fol. le.] 

Highly finished elevation and section, in Indian ink, of the 
upper half of one of the comer towers of King's College 
Chapel ; drawn by James Essex: 1 f. 3i in. x 94 in, [Add. 
6776. fol. 17.] 

Two highly finished plans, in Indian ink, of one of the comer 
towers of King^s College Chapel ; one taken at the first stage 
above the parapet, the other at the springing of the lantern ; 
drawn by James Essex : 1 f. 3j in. x 9 in. With the rough 
draught and measurements of the former: 1 f. x 10 in. 
[Add. 6776. fi'. 11, 15.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, witli admeasurements, of the turret of 
the south-west tower of King's College Chapel ; drawn by 
James Essex ; 1 f X SJ in. [Add. 6776. fol. lo.] 

Five drawings, containing sections, details, and measurements, of 
the great arch of stone over the roof of King's College Chapel ; 
of the groining and timber of the roof, and details of the ma- 
sonry, with the mode of finding the places of intersection of 
the arches: by James Essex: each 1 f. 7 iu. x 1 f. ^Add. 
6776. ff. ns6.] 

A collection of rough plans, elevations, and sections, with mea- 
surements, of parts of King's College Chapel ; drawn by 
James Essex ; with notes and working calculations. Quarto. 
[Add. 6772. ff. i-ei.J 

A series of twenty-two pen and ink sketches, containing plans, 
elevations, sections, and details, with admeasurements, of 
pillars, windows, and other parts of King's College Chapel ; 
drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x j in. [Add. 6769. pp. 

M4-317.] 



194 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Six drawings, in outline, containing various details of KiBJ 
College Chapel ; by James Essex : each 1 f. 3 io. x 10 in. 
lAdd. 6776. ff. ar-.ia.] 

A colored drawing, being most probably the original design, of 
the tower, with four spires, intended for the chapel of King's 
College, Cambridge, but never built ; drawn tettip. Henry 
VIII.: 4 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 4i in. [Cott. Aug. i. i. 3.] 

Pencil sketch of " a designe for a bell tower for King's College," 
being a reduced copy of the preceding; by James Essex: 
6 in. X 4 in. [_Add. 6768. pp. 86, 87.] 

A highly finished pencil sketch of the intended tower for King's 
College Chapel ; drawn on a reduced scale from the ori- 
ginal, by Frederic Nash : 1 f 1 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. H.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 1 16. 

A pencil sketch of part, apparently, of the proposed towei of 
King's College Chapel, with alterations ; drawn by Frederic 
Nash : 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 2:i. fi.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of details of the intended tower of King's 
College Chapel; drawn by Frederic Nash : lOj in. >c 9^ in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. lo.] 

A plan, iu pen and ink, of Magdalen College Close, Cambridge, 
with the admeasurements annexed; drawn in 1796, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kenich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6751. fol. a*.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of Magdalen College; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 

13, 44.] 

Two colored drawings of painted glass which came out of a 
window of the chapel and is now in the lodge of Magdalen 
College ; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5j in. x 5^ in., and 
8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 6742. if. ;)7, sb.] 

Four sketches, in Indian ink, of windows and doors in Fein- 
broke Hall, Cambridge ; drawn in 1 799, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. si4— ji7.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the ancient sUver-gilt cup given 
to Pembroke Hall by the Countess of Pembroke, foundress 
of the college, in the reign of Edward III. ; drawn by C. 
Chevalier: 8^ in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. u.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 106. 



CAMBRIDOESHIBE. 193 

A peD and ink draning, the size of the original, of the inscrip- 
tion round the rim of the cup of Pembroke Hall: 11 in. x 
8J in. ; with an impression from part of the engraving. [_Adil. 
9J61. fol. 1*.] 

Elevation, in outline, with details and measurements, of part of 
the front of Pelerhouse College, Cambridge ; dran-n by James 
Essex;, 1 f I in. x 6i in. [Jdd. 6772. fol. i5.] 

Elevation, in outline, of the east end. of the chapel of Peter- 
house College; drawn hy James Essex: 10} in. x 6^ in. 
lAdd. 6772. fol. idH.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors of Peter- 
house College ; drawn in 1799, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6751. ff. iOT-iiS.'] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the vaulting of the gate of Queen's 
College, Cambridge ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. V2i, 125.J 

" Plan and section of an ancient building at Cambridge, for- 
merly part of the Franciscan Friary, and afterwards the 
chapel of Sidney Sussex College ; " drawn by James Essex, 
on a scale of 15 feet to an inch : 8 in. x 6i in. [Add. 6761. 
fol. 1. b.] 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of a sepulchral brass in memory of 
Walter Hewke, master, who died in 1510, in the ante chapel 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; by James Essex: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6770. fol. si.] 

A pencil sketch of the same brass ; drawn by James Essex : 8 
in. X 6 in. [Jdd. 6772. fol. 160.] 

A view, in Indian ink, on the river Cam, near Cambridge; 
drawn by P. S. Lambome : SJ in. x 6 in. [C viii. it. *.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bagsbite Sluice, near Cambridge; 
drawn about 1760; 11 in. x 8J in. [ffl vm. 41. i.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the church 
(or chapel) at Hamwell, in the parish of Little St. .Andrew or 
Barnwell, in Cambridge, formerly part of the priory of St. 
H Giles and St. Andrew; drawn in 1813, by the llcv. Thomas 
f Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. %.] 
" Tour elevations, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Bam- 
well Church ; drawn in 1S13, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. 97, ga. 100. loa.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the east and west ends of Barn- 
well Church ; drawn in 1813, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6755. ff. lot. iu5.j 

c C 2 



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1 96 CAMBRIDOBSHIRK . 

Elevations and plans, in pfn and ink, with measuremeiits,^ 
the north and south doors of Baniwell Church ; drawn in 
1813, by the Rer. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6755. ff. 103, 101.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, with measurements, of three 
dows in Barnwell Church ; drawn in 1813, by the 
Thomas Kerrich : in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6755. fol. 99.] 

Four drawings, in pen and ink, of pillars, capitals, and arc] 
in Barnwell Church; drawn in 1813, by the Rev. Thi 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 6755. S. 106-109.] 

Three elevations, in pen and ink, of the east and west ends a: 
of one of the south windows of Barnwell Church; drawn 
1813, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4in. [. 
6753. £f. 9J-94.] 

A plan of Sturbridge fair, held at Cambridge, in the parish 
Little St. Andrew, or Bamwell ; being a proof impression of 
an engraving, with Ms. directions for additions and altera- 
tions, by James Essex ; drawn on a scale of 3J chains to 
inch. [Jdd. 6772. fol. iB5.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the old cbapel of the ho8| 
of St. Mary Magdalen, at " Sterebridge " in Bamwell Field 
which has been long desecrated, and used as a Tictualling 
house during Sturbridge fair; it is cometimes called Stur- 
bridge Fair Chapel ; drawn by James Essex : 4 in. x 2^ 
[Add. 6772. fol. ib;^] 

This drawing is affixed to the preceding plan of Stnrbrii 
fair, at one comer of which it is directed by Essex to be 
graved. 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the ancient chapel in Barm 
Field, and a pencil sketch of the same, with admeasuremenlsj 
drawn by Jame^ Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [_Jdd, 6770. p] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the south side of the old cl 
in Bamwell Field, with a transverse section ; drawn by Jj 
Essex : 7 in. X 6 in. [Jdd. 6767. fol. 96.] 

Eighteen drawings, in pen and ink and Indian ink, contain! 
plans, elevations, and sections, with the measurements 
tacfaed, of the old chapel in Bamwell Field, with details 
various parts, and notes ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrii 
some in 1787, some iu 1813 : each 7 in. x 4^ m. [Add. 67J 

ff. 112-139.] 

Thirty drawings, in pen and ink, containing similar plans, 
vations, and sections, with the measurements, uf the 



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chapel in Barnwell Field ; drawn in 1813-1815, by the Ber. 
Thomas Kerrich ; each 6iu. x 4 in. [Add. 67&5. ff. ii*-iiB. 

*'.'*. 2*6-430. 317--333.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the old chapel in Barnwell Field; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6759. fol. ST.] 

Sciieme, shewing the " formation of the plan " of the old chapel 
in Barnwell Field ; drawn in pen and ink, by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich i 8 in. x 6 in. With two pencil sketches of the 
same plan, [Add. 6745. ff. is. is, i9,] 

Five drawings, in Indian ink, of capitals of columns, and of va- 
rious details of carved stone, etc., in the old chapel in Bom- 
well Field ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 9 in, x 7 
in. [Add. 6746. ff. 77. aa, sg. 9r. i08.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the north and south doors of the 
old chapel in Barnwell Field j drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich, Oct. 18, 1815: I f. 9 in. x I f. 6 in. [Add. 6734. 

fol. 100.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the north door of the old chapd 
in Barnwell Field ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 21 
Oct. 1815 : 8 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6738. fol. i7.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window in Carllon Church; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6747. fol. 93.] 

Catlage Hall. See Kibtling. 

Sketches, in pencil, of a double piscina, a window, and the 
stairs to llie rood loft in Caxton Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Ljsons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 37.] 

Clierry-Hinton. See Hinton. 

A view, in Indian ink, of part of Chesterton, near Cambridge ; 
drawn by P. S. Lambome: 8i in. x 5\ in. [4 viu. 83. o.] 
This has been engraved by Lambome. 

Six elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the north and south 
porches and doors of Chesterton Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 

193, 194. 900-K)a. 806.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the upper part of the steeple of Ches- 
terton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6761. toi. HH.] 



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Five eleratioiis and plans, in pen and ink, witli tbe meast 
ments, of windows in Chesterton Church ; drawn bj tbe 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. \Jdd. 6751. ff. 

195-199.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of two windows in Chesterton Charch ; 
drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. fol. ss6.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, of sepulchral crosses on Ches- 
terton Church-yard wall; by the ilev, Thomas Kenich, in 
1787 : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6730. ff. i, «.] 



Caslle, in the parish of Chesterton. See CiS 



Cambridge 

BRIDGE. 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in the room in which King Charles 
I. was confined, in Lady Cutts' house at Childerley; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

3B.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the chancel window of Comberton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 38.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with measurements and notes, of Colon 
Church ; taken Sept. 1797, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 6 
in. X 4 in. [_Add. 6759. fol. m5.] 

Rough plan, in pen and ink, with measurements and various 
details, of Coton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 7 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6742. fol. ig.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of a stone stall in Cottenham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 40.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of a double piscina in Coveney Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 40. 

Denny Abbey. See Waterbeach. 

Outline plan of the chancel of Fen-Dilton Church, lo shew 
' construction ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricli 
4i in. [Add. 6745. fol. «.] 

Five elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with measurements, 
of windows in Fen-Ditlon Church ; drawn by the Kei'. Tho- 
mas Kenich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. ii(a-i9a.] 

Two highly finished drawings, in outline, of the sepulchral brass 
figures of Sir Henry English, who died in 1-383, and of Mar- 



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. CAMBRIDOESHIBB. 190 

garet his wife, in Wood-Ditton Church, wilh details on a \ / { 
larger scale ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f. ^r"i 
X in. [Add. 6730. ff. 12-44.] 

Pencil sketch of part of the rich wooden roof of St. Mary's 
Chapel, at March, in the parish of Doddington; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 Id. [Jdd. 9461. fol. 61.] 

Pencil sketch of the monumental figure of Catherine Southwell, 
wife of Anthony Hansart, in Sl Mary's Chapel, at March, in 
the parish of Doddington ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6i.] 

A plan, in pencil, wilh admeasurements, of an old castle at 
Eastwoods, near March, in the parish of Doddington ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Downham Church, in tlie Isle of Ely ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6752. fol. SEO.] 

Details, in pen and ink, of the south door of Downham Church, 

in the Isle of Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Keirich : 7 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 7.] 
Three elevations, in pen and ink, of windows and arches in 

Downham Church, in the Isle of Ely ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. *77-«r9.] 
Elevations, in pen and ink, of the great east window and of one 

of the windows in the aisles of Downham Church, in the 

Isle of Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. 3,. 95.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arms on a knight's tomb in Dry Dray- 'jC 1 

ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. ' I 

[Add. 9461. fol. 41.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the piscina and font in Fen-Drayton 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3} in. 

[Add. 9461. fol. 11.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of windows and tracery in Dullingham 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4^ in. 

[Add. 9461. fol. 41.] 
Two sketches, in pencil, of part of the south door of the church 

of Duxford St. John ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 

4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. «.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows in the old hospital chapel, 
now a bam, at Whiltlesford Bridge, in the parish of Dusford 
St. John ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 9461. fol. ao.] 



200 CAMBRIDOESHIBE. « 

Sketch, in pencil, of a carved beam in the kitchen of the Red 
Lion Inn at Whittlesford Bridge, in the parish of Dnxford 
St John; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. so.] * 

Sketches, in pencil, of a window and niche at the end of the 
north aisle of the church of Duxford St. Peter, and of the 
font ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 
9461. fol. 4e.] 

Eastwoods Castle, near March. See Doddington. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of a large pillar, in Elm Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 4i?.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the south 
door of Eltisley Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6768. fol. 18. i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arches and capitals in Eltisley Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 412. b.] 

A collection of papers, consisting of plans, sketches, details, 
and measurements, of the conventual and cathedral church 
of Ely ; drawn by James Essex, who was employed to super- 
intend the repairs and restoration of the cathedral; with 
various letters between him and Mr. Bentham, in 1757. 
Quarto. [Add. 6772. ff. 188-264.] 

A general plan, in pencil, of the conventual and cathedral 
church at Ely; drawn by James Essex, on a scale of 65 
feet to an inch: 1 f. 4 in. x 10^ in. [Add. 6772. ff. t^. 

Engraved in Bentham^s History and Antiquities of the 
Conventual and Cathedral Church at Ely. 4to. plate 



Flan and north elevation, in Indian ink, of the remains of the 
old conventual church at Ely, built in the time of the Hep- 
tarchy, A.D. 673, and repaired in King Edgar's reign, a.d. 
970 ; drawn by James Essex, on a scale of 14 feet to an inch: 
1 f. 3 in. X 9j in. [Add. 6776. fol. 4i.] 

Engraved by James Perry, in Bentham's History of the 
Cathedral Church of Ely. 4to. plate iv. 

A plan, in pen and ink, with the measurements, of the convent 
at Pily ; drawn by James Essex : 1 ft. 4 in. x 10]^ in. [Add. 
6764. S. 1, !>.] 

This plan accompanies a History of the Convent, by 
Essex. 



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Flan, in peu and Ink, of the conventual church at Ely, copied 
irom Essex ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. U4.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of part of the conTentual 
church of Ely ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 7 in. x 4 J 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. t.>.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the south side of the old conventual 
church at Ely, with details and measurements j drawn by 
James Esses.: 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [Add. 6776. fol. «.] 

Transverse section, in pencil, of the conventual church at Ely, 
and elevation of part of one of the sides ; drawn by James 
Essex : 8 in. x 6 in. \_Add. 6766.] 

An elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the entrance to the 
choir of the old conventual church of Ely; drawn on a scale 
of 2 feet lo an inch, by Sir Robert Smirke : 9 in. x 7 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. !3.] 

Elevation, plan, and details, in pencil, of the entrance to the 
choir of the conventual churchof Ely, with admeasurements; 
drawn by Sir Robert Smirke: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. **.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, shewing the construction of two 
doors of the old conventual church at Ely ; drawn by James 
Essex 1 each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. aa, ta,] 

*en drawings, in pen and ink, of capitals of columns in the 
nave and choir of the conventual church at Ely; by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. 

6, 17.] 

Two drawings, in pen and ink, of five capitals of columns in 
the conventual church at Ely ; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6746. flF. 66, 6T.] 

Drawings, in pencil, of arches and capitals in the conventual 
church of Ely ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x Sj- in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. ii.] 

Eight drawings, in pen and ink, of arches, sculpture and de- 
tails of the conventual church at Ely ; by the Rev, Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 m, x 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff, 9-n, is-is. ib. 
96.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Ely Cathedral, as originally built; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 
6759. fol. m.] 



202 CAMDBIDGESniRE. 

A plan, in Indian ink, of *' the cathedral church of Ely* with 
the choir as pro])oscd to be removed to the east end, 1768, 
which work is now carrying on, Nov. 1, 1770 ;** draim on a 
scale of 12 yards to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 3 in. {^Add, 
9461. fol. 18. i.] 

Engraved in Bentliam's History of Ely Cathedral, 1771. 
Plate xl. 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Ely Cathedral, and elevation of the 
nave ; with measurements and notes, by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 9 in. x 7 in. lAdd. 6734. fol. 5i.] 

A highly finished plan, in Indian ink, of Ely Cathedral ; drawn 
on a scale of 36 feet to an inch, by Frederic Nash : 1 f. 6 in. 
X 11 in. [Add. 9461. fol. no,] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 188. 

Outline elevation of the interior of Bishop Norwold'^s great 
building, at tlie east end of Ely Cathedral, called the Presby- 
tery; drawn by James Essex: 11 in. x 9 in. [Add. 6772. 

fol. i»41.] 

Section, in Indian ink, of the presbytery in Ely Cathedral; 
drawn by James Essex: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [Add. 6^772, 

i^. 242, 243.] 

Two sections, in outline, of the presbytery of Ely Cathedral ; 
drawn, one according to Essex, the other according to 
Bentham, with diagrams to shew the construction, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6738. ff. 

93, 9 k] 

Outline section, in pen and ink, '^ according to Essex,^ of the 
presbytery of Ely Cathedral, with diagrams, in pencil, to 
shew the construction ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6784. fol. 52.] 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, of one of the second tier of 
arches in the old part of the presbytery, in Ely Cathedral ; 
drawn by Sir Robert Smirkc : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add.94B\. 
fol. 29. i.] 

Engraved in Lysons^ Magna Brifannidy vol. ii. p. 53. 

Eight elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in the 
presbytery of Ely Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 242-247. 2jo, twij 

Elevation, in pencil, of the choir in Ely Cathedral ; designed 
and drawn by James Essex: 1 f. 5 in. x lOj in. [Add. 

6772. ff. 231, 2,32.] 

Engraved by P. S. Lambome, in Stevenson's Suppletnent 
to Bentham's Ely. 4to. p. 74. 



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An elevation, in pen and ink, of llie screen and organ in Ely- 
Cathedral, witb designs for projected alterations of the screen; 
drawn by James Essex : 1 f. 4 in. x U in. lAdd. 6772. ff. 

329, 230.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of the altar screen, and of the 
lanthom of the great octagon in Ely Cathedral ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 43.] 

Twelve elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows, 
chiefly in the dome, nave and tower, of Ely Cathedral ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6753. 

ff, i38. S4e, S49. ibt, MS, ib6. 861-263. S6T, 268. ST6.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of part of the nave of Ely Cathedral, with 
plans of the piers of the arches ; drawn by Sir Robert 
Smirke: 11 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9J61. fol. sy.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 49. 

Two sections, in outline, of the nave of Ely Cathedral, to shew 
the construction ; drawn by ihe Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
8i in. X 7 in. [Add. 6738. ff. 91, M.] 

Outline section, in pen and ink, according to Bentham, of the 
nave of Ely Cathedral, with diagrams to shew the con- 
struction ; drawn by tlie Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 9 in, X 7 
in, [Add. 6734. fol. &o.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of an arch in the nave of 
Ely Cathedral; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768, p. la?.] 

An elevation, in pencil, with admeasurements, of an ancient 
door on the south side of the nave of Ely Cathedral ; drawn 
by Sir Robert Smirke : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 94fil, fol. 34. A.] 

Six drawings, in pencil, of details of an ancient door on the 
south side of the nave of Ely Cathedral ; by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. ff. -n. b., »5.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with details, of the south aisle of 
Ely Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 9 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. 6744. fol. i:i,] 

Elevation, in pencil, of part of the front of the west transept of 
Ely Cathedral; drawn by Sir Robert Smirke: 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. as. b.] 

A pencil sketch of part of an arch of the west end of the tran- 
sept in Ely Cathedral, with a plan on the reverse ; drawn by 
Sir Robert Smirke: 9j in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. tr.) 



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D a 



A pencil drawing of part of the arch of Uie west end of the 

transept of Ely Cathedral ; by Sir Robert Smirke : 10 in. X 

Sin. [J<W. 9461.fol. 27.] 
Elevation, in pencil, of an arch on the north-east corner of the 

north transept of Ely Cathedral, leading to the galleries ; 

drawn by Su: Robert Smirke: 7 in. X 4. in. [Jdct. 9461. 

fol. 29.] 
Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of an arch of the south-west 

transept of Ely Cathedral j drawn by Sir Robert Smirke : 9 

in. X 7 in. [Jdd. 8461. fol. ST.] 
A drawing, in Indian ink, of an arch in the south-west transept 

of Ely Cathedral ; by Sir Robert Smirke : 9 in. x 7 in. 

[^rfrf. 9461. fol. 27.] 
An elevation, in Indian ink, of part of the inside of the western 

tower of Ely Cathedral ; drawn by Sir Robert Smirke, on a 

scale of 5 feet to an inch: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. ft" 

.3.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol, ii. p. 52. 

A plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of part of the great 
western tower of Ely Cathedral; drawn by Sir Robert 
Smirke : 10 in. x 8 in. {Add. 9461. fol. S5. ij 

Four sketches of parts of the interior of a square room in the 
tower of Ely Cathedral, the four sides uniform, and covered 
with three tiers of detached pillars and arches; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 5 in. x SJ in. {Add. 9461. S. 
«. 6., «.] 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of part of 
the interior of the west end of Ely Cathedral; drawn by 
Sir Robert Smirke : 12 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 46. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of arches in the Galilee at the west 
end of Ely Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
x 4 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 43.] 

Sketches, in pencil, with plans and measurements, of arches 
in the Galilee of Ely Cathedral; drawn by Sir Robert Smirke: 
S in. X 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. se.] 

Four elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in St. 
Marj-'s Cliapel in Ely Cathedral, now used as Trinity Farisli 
Church ; drawn by tbe Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. -i^is-uu jee.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in St, Mary's Chapel or Church, 
in Ely Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 
4 in. {Add. 9461. fol. 4i.] 



CAMBBIDGBSRIRG. 205 

Stcetcli, in pencil, of one of the niches in St. Mary's Chapel in 
I Ely Cathedral ; dra«-n by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 3 in. x 4 
I in. [Add. 9461. fol. i3.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the parapet of SL Mary's 
Chapel in Ely Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. -jsi.] 

Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of part apparently of 
an old stone cross, now placed under an arch at the west end 
of the north aisle of the nave of St. Mary's Chapel ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of some sculpture in Bp. Alcock's 
Chapel in Ely Cathedral, who died in 1500 ; by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich ; 7 in. x 4^^ in. [Add. 6757. fol. 80.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of part of the inscription round all the pe- 
destals for statues in Bishop West's Chapel in Ely Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9461. fol. 43.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the great east window and north 
window of Prior Crawden's Chapel in Ely Cathedral ; dran-n 
" according to young Wilkin," by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6744. ff. so, si.] 

Small elevations, in pencil, of various parts of the interior of 
Ely Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 6 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. -a.] 

Nineteen drawings, in pen and ink and pencil, of columns, 
capitals of columns, and arches, in Ely Cathedral ; drawn hy 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4i in. [Add. 6757. 

ff. 51-69.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, with measurements, of pillars, arches, 
windows, and other details of Ely Cathedral; drawn by 
James Essex: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. pp. 133-133, 

IJ7, UK. a57.] 

Six drawings of capitals of columns in Ely Cathedral ; by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6746. ff. 

69-73. 75, 76,] 

MA highly finished elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of an arch 
over a recess, witli a window, in Ely Cathedral ; drawn by 
Frederic Nash, on a scale of 4 feet to ao inch : 9 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 2^. 6.] 



206 CAMBRIDOESHIBE. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Ely Cathedral ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4^ in. \^Add. 6757. 
fol. 81.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of brackets in the old choir of Ely Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by Sir Robert Smirke : each 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 9461. ff. 25, 26.] 

Four small sketches, in pen and ink, of details of sculpture in 
Ely Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich. [Add. 

6746. ff. 92. 98. 105. 107.] 

A drawing, in pencil, by Frederic Nash, of the ancient monu- 
ment of a bishop in the south aisle of the choir of Ely Ca- 
thedral, probably either that of John de Fontibus, who died 
in 1225, or of Geoffrey de Burgh, who died in 1228 : 9 in. x 
7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 19.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of a monument of a 
bishop in Ely Cathedral, supposed to be that of Geoffrey de 
Burgh ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 235, 236.] 

Six drawings, in pen and ink and pencil, of sculpture and de- 
tails of the monument of Bp. Kilkenny, [or Geoffrey de 
Burgh?] in Ely Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 7 in. x 4 J in. [Add. 6757. ff. 70-75. J 

A drawing, in pencil, of the monument of William de Kilkenny, 
Bishop of Ely, in Ely Cathedral ; by Frederic Nash : 9 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 19.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 62. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of sculpture on the monument of Bp. 
Hugh de Norwold, (who died in 1254,) in Ely Cathedral ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4^ in. [Add, 
6757. fol. 76.] 

A highly finished drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of 
William de Luda, Bishop of Ely, (who died in 1299,) in Ely 
Cathedral ; drawn by Frederic Nash : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 
9461. fol. 21.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 62, 

A drawing, in pencil, of the tombstone of William de Luda, 
Bishop of Ely, in Ely Catliedral, with part of the inscrip- 
tion ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 
9461. fol. iii. ft.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 207 

Three drawings, in pen and ink, of details of the tomb of Bp, 
William de Luda, in Ely Cathedral ; by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4} in. [Add. 6757. ff. 77-79.] 

Profile, in pen and ink, of the tomb of Bp. Barnet, in Ely Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4} in. 
lAdd. 6757. fol. 77.] 

Four colored drawings of parts of the monumental figure of 
Robert Steward, Esq., a.d. 1570, on the south side of the 
presbytery of Ely Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kenich : each 7 J in. X 4} in. lAdd. 6729. ff. 60-63.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with details and measurements, of 
the old rood-loft at Ely; dra\^'n by James Essex : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. 122-124.] 

Two sketches in pencil, and a sketch in pen and ink, of the 
shrine of St. Etheldreda in Ely Cathedral ; drawn by James 
Essex. [Add. 6772. ff. 203, 204.] 

The ink sketch is engraved in Bentham'^s Ely Cathedral^ 
plate xlviii. fig. 1. 

A pencil sketch of part of a door in the Dean^s garden at Ely ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3^ in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 25.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the cloister in the Dean's garden 
at Ely ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 8} in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 43.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the west door of St. 
Mary's Church, at Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. 2i5.] 

Elevation, with plans, measurements, and details, in pen and 
ink, of the north door of St. Mary's Church, at Ely ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6752. ff. 217-220.] 

Elevation and plan, with details on a larger scale, and mea- 
surements, of the south door of St. Mary's Church, at Ely, 
built by Bp. Eustachius, 1197-1215 ; drawn, in pen and ink, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6752. ff. 213, 214. 216.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of two capitals and arches in St. 
Mary's Church, at Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6757. fol. 46.] 



908 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

EleratioDS and plans, in pen and ink, oflhe great west window 
and great east window of iJie chapel ou the south side of St. 
Mary's Church, at Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kcrrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. i-a, lao.] 

Seven elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in Su 
Mary's Church, at Ely ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 2.m, 235. 357-i60. aek] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of a window of the time of 
Edward III,, in the parish church of Ely ; drawn by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6769. p. mj.} 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the door on the north 
side of the chancel of St. Mary's Church, at Ely; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [.Add. 6752. fol. 

Section, in pen and ink, of the Sacristary bam, at Ely ; diawo 
by James Esaox : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6768. p. 233.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of the Druidical hill and fort, at £Iy; 
drawn by James Essex ; 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. »*.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the Druidical hill, at Ely ; by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. {_Add. 6771. fol. 53.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of St. Ovin's Cross, at Ely ; by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. 9i3.] 

Fenny-Drayton. See Drayton, 

Sketch, in pencil, of the large octagonal font, on pillars, in Fox- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : dj in, x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol, is.] 

Two sketches of windows in Fozton Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel LysoDS, Esq.: each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

4S.] 

A colored view, at Fulboume, near Cambridge ; drawn by 
Richard Gardner, Sen'. : 1 f. 6 in. x 11 in, [ib viii. mt.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of some remarkable stone stalls in the 
south side of the chancel of the church of St. Vigor, at Ful- 
boume j by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in, x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
foL i7] 

Sketches, in pencil, of two windows and an arch of the rood 
loft, in Fulboume Church j drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
6i in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 47.] 

A colored drawing of a figure of St, George, in a window of the 
north aisle of Fulboume Church ; drawn by tho Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 1 f. 1 in. x 7} in, [Add. 6730. fol. ei.] 



CAMBRIDOEsaiBE. 209 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in the north window of the north 
aisle of Fulbourae Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
5i in. X 4 in. [Add. 94GI. fol. 47.] 

A drawing, in pencil, of the grave-atone with brass plates, of 
William de Fulboume, one of the Barons of the Exchequer 
in 1328, in Fulboume Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : I 
f. 5 io. X 8 in.; with part of the inscription on a larger scale. 
[Add, 9461. fol. 46.] 

Engraved, on a smaller scale, in the Magna Britannia, 
vol. ii. p. 64. 

Two drawings, in pen and ink, of parts of the monumental 
figure of Sir John Woods, [or rather his father Edward 
Woods,] in the church of Fulboume ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6729. ff. lii, g:,.] 

Elevation and plan of the west door of Gamlingay Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6743. fol. 167.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the east window of the 
south aisle, and of one of the upper windows of the steeple 
of Gamlingay Church ; drawn by the R«v. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. i65, 166.] 

A map, in Indian ink, of the Roman city of Grantacaster and 
the country round, with a small map of the Roman stations 
in Cambridgeshire; drawn by James Essex: I f. 6 in. x 1 
i 2 in. [Add. 6772. fol. ids.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of " the city of Granta, built by the 
Romans;" drawn by James Essex, on a scale of 300 feet to 
an inch : 8 in. x 7 in. lAdd. 6772. fol. 165.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of the Roman city of Granta ; drawn 
by James Essex, on a scale of 300 feet to an inch : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6768. p. ?s.] 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, of the north door of Granchester 

Church ; drawn by the Uev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6739. fol. 54.] 
Profile, in pen and ink, of the base of the steeple of Granchester 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6752. fol. i».] 

Three elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the north door, 
west door, and south door, of Granchester Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6762. ff. ia?-iB9.] 



210 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Eleyations, in pen and ink, with measarements, of the 
window and of one of the chancel windows of Granchester 
Church ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. X 4 in. [^lU. 
6768. pp. 133, 13^1.] 

Five elevations and plans of the windows in Granchesler 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6752. ff. 182-136.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the alternate niches and windows in the 
chancel of Granchester Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 6i in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. I8.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in the tower at the west end of 
Granchester Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4| 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 47.] 

Guildeu-Mordcn. See Morden. 

Gyheme or Guyhem, a hamlet in Wisbech. See Wisbeccl 

Two sketches, in pencil, of arches and windows in Haddenham 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9461. fol. 48.] 

Sketch and details, in pen and ink, of the circular south inin- 
dow in the steeple of Haddenham Church; drawn by the 
. Ilev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. s.J 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window in Haddenham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3| in. 
[Add, 6748. fol. 46.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the interior of the cast end of Harletou 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6744. fol. 42.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the rood loft of stone, and part of the 
chancel of Harleton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 
6 in. x 4 J in. [Add. 9461. fol. 48.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the east window in Harleton Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 4i).] 

Han, in pen and ink, of one of the columns of Haslingfield 
(*luirch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[ Add. 6752. fol. 16.] 

Su\on olovations and plans, in pen and ink, of the windows of 
llttslint^field Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
i-ach 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 9-i5.] 



CAMBRlDGESHlnF, 21 1 

■ Sketches, in pencil, of wiodowB in Uaslingfield Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

49.] 

Sketches, id pencil, of arms in the church of Hatley St. George ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 9461. 

fol. 4').] 

Elevation and plan, with details and measurements, of the arch 
of ihe steeple to the nave of Hawkstone Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. 

ff. 116-110.] 

Six elevations, plans, sections, and delailis, with measurements, 
of tlie great arch in Hawkatone Church; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. fi7S2. ff. 

Four elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with notes, of the 
north and south doors of Hawkstone Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 

10-11.: 

Three elevations and plans, with measurements, of the north 
and south doors of Hawkstone Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6752, ff. *&-SB.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of an ancient door on the south 
side of Hawkstone Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. «>.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of a south window, west of the south 
door, of Hawkstone Church j drawn by the Ilev, Thomas 
Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. i9.] 

Three plans and details, with measurements, of the octagonal 
stone font iu Hawkstone Church ; drawn by the Rev, Tho- 
mas Kerrich : each 6 in. 'x 4 in. [^Add. 6752. ff. aj-aa.] 

Sketches, iu pen and ink and pencil, of arms, etc., in Hilder- 
shani Church; drawn by Samuel Lyaous, Esq. : 6 in. x 4in. 
[^rfd. 9461. fol. 60.] 

Two highly finished sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, with 
details, of the monumental figure in oak of a crusader, pro- 
bably Sir Robert Busleler, temp. Edward II., but supposed 
by Lysons to be Sir Robert Busteler, (vho died in 1370, for- 
merly iu the soutli chapel of Hildersham Church, but now 

, deposited in the belfry j drawn by the Ret. Thomas Kerrich : 

I eacb 1 f. X 6 in. [Add. 6730. ff. s7-<9.] 



A 



SIS CAMBRIDGBSHIBE, 

Sketcl, in pencil, of the monumental figure of Henry Parice, 
Esq., in Hildersham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerricb : 1 f. x 6 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 56.] 

A north-east riew, in pencil, of Cherry Hinton Church ; drawn 
20 May, 1807, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; If. x 6 in. 
lAdd. 6733. fol. e.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of one of the n-indows of 
the north and south aisles of Cherry Hinton Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. \^Add. 
6748. ff. -t9. 61.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of the chancel of 
Cherry Hinton Chiuch ; drawn by Henry Petrie, Esq., keeper 
of the public records : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 33.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a window in the chancel, and part of a 
stone stall in Cherry Hinton Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
Bons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 5o.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink aud pencil, of the circular font on pillars 
and one of the windows of the nave of Cherry Hinton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[^dd. 9461. fol. 50.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the arms on thereof of the north aisle of 
Cherry Hinton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 
in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. si.] 

Sketch, in pencil and Indian iuk,of an old pain ting, 'apparently 
in oil, representing a man and his wife, upon the remains of a 
screen, in Cherry Hinton Church ; drawn by the Rev, Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 63.} 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the upper part of the north door of 
Hinxton Church; drawn by James Essex: 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. at.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square font in Hinxton Church ; 

drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. as,] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square font in Hinxton Church ; 

copied from Essex by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 6736. fol. B8.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of the large square font and the lop 

of the spire of Hinxton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. so.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of Sir Thomas de 

Skelton, steward of the Duchy of Lancaster, who died a.d. 

1416, in Hinxton Church; drawn in April, 1781, by the 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 11 in. x 5 in. [Add. 67S3. fol. 9. fi.] 



CAMBBIDRESHIRE. 213 

Sketches, in pen and int, of parts of the figures of Sir Thomas 
de Skclton and his two wives, in Hinxton Clmrch ; drawn by 
Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 50.] 

Highly finished sketch, in outline, of the moDumental figure of 
Margaret, first wife of Sir Thomas de Skeltou, in Hinxton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tlionias Kenich, in April, 1781 : 
llin. X 5 in. [Add. 0730. fol. ■i.'..] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the double piscina and niches in cue of 
the transepts of Histon Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 5i.] 

Hogington. See Ockington, 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of one of the chancel win- 
dows of Homingsey or Hornsey Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6750. fol. i;b5,] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of capitals, windows, and the font, 
in Horseheath Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. si.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of one of ihe windows of the nave, and of 
anus, in Horseheath Church; drawn by Sumuel Lysons, Esq.: 
6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 5i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of a stained glass window in Horse- 
heath Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 

in. [Add. 9461. fol. 5i.] 

Outline plan, in pen and ink, of Ickleton Church, without the 
chancel, with diagrams to shew the construction ; drawn hy 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0738. fol. 
131.] 

An outline section, in pen and ink, of Ickleton Church, " as it 
seeuis to have been originally," with diagrams to shew the 
couslruction ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6738. fol. tie.] 

South elevation, in pen and ink, of Ickleton Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. 

Elevation, plan, and details, in pen and ink, of the west door of 
Ickleton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. if. soi, aos.] 

Four elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the north and 
south doors and chancel door of Ickleton Chmrch ; drawn 
kby the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
|.6739. If. M-33. i«.] 




914 CAHBBIDQEaHIBE. 

Sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of niches and capita 

Ickleton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 

4 in. iAdd. 9461. fol. 51.] 
Plans and details, in pen and ink, of pillars in Ickleton Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenicb : each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6752. ff. soi-iM.] 
Fire elevalioiis and plans, in pen and ink, of the windows of 

Ickleton Chiirch ; drawn by the Rer. Thomas Kenicb : each 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. ff. lo. n. bj, 83. 97.] 
Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in TcUetoa 

Chnrch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich ; each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. aii, «i^.] 
Elevation, in pen and ink, of a window in the chancel of Ickle- 
ton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 6 in. x 

4 in. [Jdd. 6748. fol. !6.] 
Colored drawings of ancient ornamented paving tiles, in Ickle4 

Church i by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 6 in. x 4 in. \_^4k 

6742. fol. n.] 
Elevations and plans, in ]ien and ink, of two windows of Imp- 

ington Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : each 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. U. «.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and iuk, of one of the windows in 
the chancel of Impington Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kenich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747, fol. 37.] 

Flan, in pencil, of the ancient conventual church of St. Jacutus 
de Insula, at Islcham or Iselhani, now used as a bam, v 
a sketch of one of the capitals ; drawn by Samuel IiJK 
Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. .^7.] 

Sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of a window and arch afl 
the nave of Iselham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.H 
6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 9J61. fol. 56.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone fout in Iselbam Chu] 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 941 
fol. a<i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the tomb of a crusader, under an arch in l| 
north wall of tlie north transept of Iselham Church ; draid 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. X 4 b. [Add. 9461. i 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of the chancel window, and of t 
tomb of Thomas Peyton, Esq., in Iselham Church ; drawn b 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. foL 56.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 215 

Three highly finished drawings, in pen and ink, of the monu- [ 

mental brass figures of Thomas Peyton, Esq., who died in 
1484, and his two wives, in the chancel of Iselham Church ; 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 1 f . x 6 in. [Add. 6730. 

fF. 64-66.] 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of the monumental stone with brass / 

figures, of Thomas Peyton, Esq., and his two wives, in Isel- 
ham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 
8 J in. [Add. 9461. fol. 52.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 68. 

Impressions and drawings, the size of the originals, of parts of 
the monument of Thomas Peyton, Esq., in Iselham Church ; 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. lAdd. 9461. ff. 53, 54, 55.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the chancel window and a double piscina 
in Kennet Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 57.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font on pillars in 
Kingston Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 57.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door of Kirt- 
ling or Catlage Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. fol. 5.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a double niche at the east end of the north 
aisle of Kirtling Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 
in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 57.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the east front of Kirtling or Catlage 
Hall, built by Edward, first Lord North, in the reign of 
Queen Mary, and pulled down in 1801 ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kenich, 1 Oct., 1801 : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. 

fol. 1*22.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of one half of the south front of Kirt- 
ling Hall ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, 1 Oct. 1801 : 
6 in. ^ 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. i«i.] 

Two drawings, in pencil, of the door and doorway of the ruins 
of Kirtling Hall ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 56. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Queen Elizabeth's Chair, at Kirtling; 
drawn by Michael Tyson : 4 J in. x 3j- in. [Add. 6729. fol. 

122.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the aisles of 
Landbeach Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 23.] 



\ 



316 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Four elevations, in pea and ink, of windows in Landbeat 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : H in. x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 6747. ff. 15, 16. 99. 99.] 

Pencil sketches of a window and canopies in Landbeach Church ; 
drawn hy Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9461. 

fol. 62.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of stained glass in the aisles of Landbeach 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 4J in. X 2 J 
in. [Add. 6742. fol. 19.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms and a slab with a cross in the north 
aisle of Landbeach Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 50.] 

Pencil sketch of a stained glass window in Landwade Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9461. 

fol. 5B.] 

Sketches of a window and monumental slab in Landwade 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 58.] 

Three pencil sketches of architectural and other detiuls of Le- 
verington Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 59.] 

Pencil sketches of windows, stained glass, etc., in Leverington 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. as.] 

Three pencil sketches of the carved octagonal stone font in Le- 
verington Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 5s. 6.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with details and notes, of Linton Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6763. ff. i.»-i3a.] 

Outline drawing, in pen and ink, of the monumental brass figure 
of a knight in Linton Church ; from the arms, three uni- 
corns' heads couped, it appears to be one of the Paris 
family, probably Sir Philip Paris, who died in 1502; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6J in. X 4^ in. lAdd. 6728. 
fol. 197.] 

A pencil sketch of a monument in Linton Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 55.] 

Pencil sketch of tlic square font in Litlington Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. fio.] 



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217 



A pencil sketch of the gravestone of Robert de St. Alban, in 
Litlinglon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9i61. hi. b9.] 
Little Shelford. See Shelfobd. 

Pencil sketch of the monument of Margaiet Brochct, wife of Sir 

John Cutts, in Lohrorth Church ; drawni by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. so.] 
Long Stanton. See Stanton. 
A view, in Indian ink, in Madingley Park, the seat of Sir St. 

Vincent Cotton, BarL ; drawn by Miss Cotton : lOJ in. x 9 

in. [ft VIII. 81. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Madingley Park Gate ; drawn by 
Miss Cotton : 9^ in. X 6 in. [fi vui. 8i. 6.] 

Pencil sketch of arms, etc., in Madingley Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 94(31. fol. gi.] 

March. See Doddington. 

An elevation and plan, in pencil, of a pointed arch under the 
tower of Meldreth Church, with a drawing of one of the ca- 
pitals; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9i61. 

fol. GO. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an areh, etc., in Meldreth Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : S in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

«.] 

A pencil drawing of a stained glass iigure in a north window by 
the nave of Meldreth Church j by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 
in. X 2i in. [Add. 9461. fol. 60. i.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
great arch between the nave and the chancel of Milton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Xerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6758. fol. 6.] 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
great arch of Milton Church ; dran-n by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. v63.] 

Details, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the great arch 
of Milton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. lys. 269.] 

Pencil sketches of arches in Milton Church ; drawn by Samael 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6».] 

A pencil sketch of stone stalls in Milton Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 6i. b.] 



218 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
east window of the south chapel of Milton Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x 4J in. [Add. 6747. 
fol. 60.] 

Three horizontal sections, in pencil, of the mullions of the win- 
dow of Milton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kenich : 
each 1 f. X 8 in. lAdd. 6734. ff. 47, 48.] 

Plan, in pencil, of the chancel of Guilden Morden Church, 
with a sketch of the font ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. IJdd. 9461. fol. 62.] 

A pencil sketch of part of a window, with other details, of 
Guilden Morden Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 62.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Newmarket Church : 11 
in. X S^ in. [* vui. 76. a.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, with details, of the south 
door of Newmarket Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 35, 36.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of one of the north and 
south windows of the aisles of Newmarket Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. 

ff. 57, 58.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of two windows of the 
north and south aisles of Newmarket Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 

197, 198.] 

A pencil sketch of a window in St. Mary's Church at New- 
market ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 62.] 

View, in pencil, of the ancient entrenchment, called the Devil's 
Ditch, near Newmarket ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. so. b.] 
See also Burwell. 

Eight Plans, side and front elevations, and sections, of the stand- 
house at Newmarket race-course ; drawn about 1760, on a 
scale of 8 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. [* viii. 76. i.] 

Colored elevations, inside and outside, of some paling, at New- 
market : 1 f. 6 in. X 8 in. [* vm. 76. c] 

A pencil sketch of the heicagonal font in Newton Church; 
draiiTi by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 946L 
fol. 65.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 219 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the south window of the chancel 
of Okington or Hogington Church ; draun by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 1^9.] 

A pencil sketch of the square font in Ockington or Hogington 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq, ; 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 94G1. fol. <i:i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a clustered pillar, the piscina, and arms, 
in Over Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6a.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of a carving over the west door of Over 
Church, representing the Virgin described in the Revelations, 
as clothed with the sun and standing on the moon ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 63.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of two windows in Over Church, 
with sketches of the arms on the tum-up seats of the north 
side of the Chancel ; dranni by James Essex : each (i in. x 
4 in. IJdd. 6708. pp. 229, 9J0.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the windows of the nave of Over Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 63.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of the south door of the nave of Pani- 

pisford or Pampsworth C'hurch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6i.] 
A sketch, in pencil, of an arch and capital in Rampton Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 2 in. {Add. 9461. 

fol. 61.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of three windows in Rampton 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 5 in. 

[Add. 6744. fol. *j.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, with details, of a stained glass window 

in Rampton Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 

7 in. X 4i in. [Add. 6742. ff. is, is.] 

Eleven highly finished drawings, and sketches of details on a. 
large scale, in Indian ink, with notes, of the monument of a 
knight of the Lisle family, in the chancel of Rampton Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
67-28. fi'. 5i-o7.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a recumbent stone figure of one of the 
Lisle family, under an arch In the north wall of the chancel 
of Rampton Church, and of part of the east window of the 
chancel; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. 



[Add. 9461. fol. 6i.] 



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220 CAHBSIDaBSHIRB. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the stone font in Rampton Churel! f 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x 4 in. {Add. 

6757. fol. 1*5.] 
A plan, in pen and int, of an old moat, with vestiges of build- 
ings, formerly the seat of the Lisle family, at Rampton ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 5 in. X 4J in. [_Jdd. 

6735. fol. 1.T8.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monumental figure of a knight, 

in Sawston Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. sss.] 
Two pencil sketches of arms, etc., in Sawston Church ; drawn 

by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 9461. 

fol. 61.] 
Drawing, in pencil, of an ancient celt and spearhead of braaa, 

found on Huckeridge Hill, in the parish of Sawston ; by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6,'i, b.] 
Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with details, of the north 

and south doors of Great Shelford Church ; drawn by the 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff, 

163-165.] 
Elevation and plan of one of the windows of the aisles of Great 

Shelford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : 6 in. 

X 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. it.] 
A plan, in pen and ink, of the large Roman camp, now called 

Granhams, on the north side of the village of Great Shelford; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 30 paces to an 

inch: 1 f. 8 in. x II in. [Add. 9461. fol. 6i.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Little Shelford 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6759. fol. 96.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the window of the south transept of Little 

Shelford Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in, x 

4 in. [^dd. 9461. fol. 66.] 
Five elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in Little 

Shelford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 

6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6761. "ff, t.-tb.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of one of the windows of the nave, and of 

arms, in Little Shelford Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq.: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol 66.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the stone font in Little Shelford Church; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9461. 

foL 66.] 



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CAMBRIDOESBIBE. 2S1 

Eight drawings and sketcheH, in Indian ink, witti details on a, 
large scale, of the monument of Sir John Freville, who died 
6th Edward II., on the north side of the chancel of Little 
Shelford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff. 90-93.] 

light sketches, in pencil, of parts of the monument of Sir John 
Freville, in Little Shelford Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. [Jdd. 9461. ff. 64. b., 65. fi.] 

The monument is engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol, 
ii. p. 62. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the monumental figure of a knight, 
on a brass plate in Little Shelford Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. fol. 
la:.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of the monumental figure of a lady in 
Little Shelford Church ; draw-n by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. C729. fol. 103.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font and an arch in Shepreth Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461, 

fol. 66.] 
A colored view of Snailwell Church, Cambridgeshire; drawn in 

1777: 7 in, x oj in. [ft viii. 9i<.] 

sketch, in pencil, of the tower of Snailwell Church ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

»j 

Three sketches, in pencil, of arches, capitals, etc., in Soham 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; each 7 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9461. fol. 67.] 
Plan, iu Indian ink, of St. Michael's Church, at Long Stanton ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 

6759. fol. 150.] 

Plan and elevations, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
side and east end of the chancel of St. Michael's Church, 
Long Stanton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X i in. lAdd. 6751. ff. 46-ia.] 

Plans, iu pen and ink, with measurements, of the church of 
Sl Michael, at Long Stanton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 iu. x 4 in. [Ati4. 6751. ff. «. b., 49. b., so.] 

Details, in pen and ink, with measurements, of doors, arches, 
and pillars, in St. Michael's Church, Long Stanton ; drawn 
by tJie Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
6761. ff. 43, 4*.] 



222 CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in St MichaeFs 
Church, Long Stanton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6751. fol. 45.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the great east window, and a win- 
dow in Cheyney's Chapel, in All Saints Church, Long Stan- 
ton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4} in. X 3|- 
in. [Add. 6747. fol. 59.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a double piscina in [All Saints Church ?] 
Long Stanton ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 68.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in [All Saints 
Church ?] Long Stanton ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 68.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Stapleford Church ; drawn by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. i5i.] 

Section, in pen and ink, of the south leg of a Saxon arch, be- 
tween the nave and chancel of Stapleford Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6757. foL 

133.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, capitals, and columns in 
Stapleford Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. fF. ii4. 132-134.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows in Stapleford 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. so, 8i.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the spire of Stretham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [AcUL 9461. 
fol. 66. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, with measurements, of a pinnacle of 
Stretham Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 225.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the font and a monumental slab in Stret- 
ham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 67.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arms in the old roof of Stretham 
Church, 1779 ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6768. p. 289.] 

Plan and elevations, in pen and ink, with measurements, of 
Stuntney Church, a hamlet to the parish of the Holy Trinity 
at Cambridge ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 222. 233, 234.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 228 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the great 
arch of Stuntney Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6762. fol. 226.] 

Three sketches of details, in pen and ink, with measurements, 
of the great arch of Stuntney Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6752. ff. 225. 

227, 2t.'8.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
two doors of Stuntney Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 223, 224.] 

Interior elevation, in pen and ink, with measurements, of the 
two doors of Stuntney Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. fol. 23i.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of details of the north door of 
Stuntney Church ; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. 
x 5 in. lAdd. 6750. ff. 130^ i3i.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, with measurements, of 
windows in Stuntney Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 229. 232.] 

Two elevations, in pen and ink, of windows in Stuntney 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 229. 232.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in Stuntney 
Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. 

p. 85.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the font in Stuntney Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. 

fol. 230.] 

Sturbridge Fair; chapel of St. Mary Magdalen. See Cam- 
bridge. 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows and a double piscina in Sutton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 68.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Sutton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 68.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arches, stalls, and arms in Swaffham 
Bulbeck Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 68.] 

An outline view of ruins at Swaffham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
8 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 38.] 



224 CAHBBlDGeSHlRE:. 

Eleraliou and plan, in pen and ink, of the steeple of Swafffaai 
Prior St. Cyric'a Church ; drawn by ihe Eev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6757. fol. b6.] 

Sketch, in pencil and pen and ink, of the tower of Swaffham 
Prior St. Cyric's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 

5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 69.] 

Plan, in pencil, of the tower of Swaffham Prior St. Mary's 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 69.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Gothic niches, at the east end of the north 
aisle of Swavesey Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 69.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of stone stalls and a piscina in Swavesey 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Eaq. : 7 in. x 4 in, 
lAdd. flJGl.fol. 6S.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the fignre of Margaret Brogorele, (who died 
in 1493,) on a white marble slab in the chancel of Tadlow 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 63.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of arches in Thomey Abbey ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 69.] 

Sketches, iti pencil, of capitals and arms in Toft Churcli ; 
drawn by Samnel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9461. 
fol. 73.] 

A colored view at Trumpington, near Cambridge; drawn hy 
C. Tomtins: I f. Ij in. x lOj in. [ft viii. 96.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with measurements, of Trumpington 
Church, "taken on the spot, Sept. 5, 1797;" drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 157.] 

Six elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of doors in Trumping- 
ton Church ; drawn hy the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6753. ff. 175. i79-i8.^.] 

Section, in pencil, of the shaft of one of the pillars of Tnimping- 
ton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. 338.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of the pillars in Trumpington Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6740. fol. 66.] 



CAMBRIDGBSHIRE. 225 

Sketch, in pen and ink^ of a recess in the outside of the 
south wall of the chancel of Trumpington Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. 

fol. 184.] 

Eight elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in 
Trumpington Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add, 6753. ff. 176-178. 216-220.] 

Five sketches, in pencil, of stained glass in the windows of 
Trumpington Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 
[Add. 9461. ff. 69. J., 70.] 

The chancel window is engraved in the Magna Britannia^ 
vol. ii. p. 58. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of three windows of Trumpington 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 87.] 

Elevations and details of windows in Trumpington Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4} in. [Add. 
6744. fol. 45.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the upper part of two windows in 
Trumpington Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6768. p. 149.] 

Sketches, in pencU, of a tomb and window in Trumpington \ 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add, 9461. fol. 73.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Trumpington 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 69. J.] 

An outline drawing of ^' a large old brass plate on a tomb in 
an arch dividing the north transept from the church of 
Trumpington,** with the figure of a crusader, probably Sir 
Roger de Trumpington, who died 17 Edw. I. ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich, Sept. 1770 : 1 f. 3 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6730. fol. 85.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the monument of Sir ... . de Trumping- 
ton, on the north side of Trumpington Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 9^ in. x 6i in.; with four sketches of 
details, each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6730. ff. 3i, 32.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, with notes, of arches in Tydd or Tid 
St. Giles's Church ; drawn hy James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 248.] 

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2M CAXBEIDQESHIRE. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font, and 

capitals, in the chxvch of Tjdd St Giles ; drawn by SftBiiiel 
Ljsons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 73.] 

A plan of the remains of Dennv Abbey, founded by Ladj 
Dionysia de Monntchensi in 1^93, in the parish of Water- 
beach, as they appeared abont 1740, with a conjectural 
restoration of the whole plan ; drawn by James Essex, on a 
scale of 25 feet to an inch : 1 1 in. x 9 in. [Jdd. 6772. C 

180, 181.] 

This accompanies an acconnt of the Abbey by Essex, part 
of which is printed, together with a copy of the plan on a 
reduced scale, in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ voL iL pp. 272— 
274. See also Essex's Observations upon Denny Abbey, in 
Add. 6761. ff. 9-14. 

Two plans, in Indian ink, of the remains of Denny Abbey, in 
the parish of Waterbeach ; drawn on a scale of 25 feet to an 
inch : each 10 in. x 7^ in. ; with another plan on a scale of 
about 60 feet to an inch : b^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9461. ff. 

38. J., 39.] 

The above are copies from the plan of James Essex ; the 
smaller plan is that which is engraved by Lysons. 

Plan and elevation, in pen and ink, of part of Denny Abbey ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. ^Add. 
6757. fol. 85.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the transept of the old church and 
Abbas' apartment in Denny Abbey ; drawn by James Essex : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add, 6768. p. t'Sfj.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of capitals in the remains of Denny Abbey, 
in the parish of Waterbeach; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 40.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of some details of Denny Abbey, in the 
parish of Waterbeach ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 64.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a door and capitals in Waterbeach 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 73.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font on pillars, and 
a double piscina, in Uie chancel of Wentworth Church; 
dran-n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 75.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the round tower of Westley Waterless 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 73.] 



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227 



Three elevations and plans, in pen and iiil>, of windows and 
pillars in Weslley Waterless Cburcli; diawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 158- 

151,] 

Sketches, in penci), of arms and a window- in Westloy Water- 
less Cbnrch ; drawn hy Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9i61. Ibl. 73.] 

A highly -finished sketch, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral stone 
figure in Weslley Waterless Church ; drawn by the Hev. 
Thomas Kerrich: 11 in. x 54 in. {Add. 6730. fol. 30.] 

Two highly finished drawings, in outline, of the monuniental 
brass figures of Sir [John ?] de Creke andfhis wife, who lived 
in the reign of Edward II., in the south aisle of the nave of 
Westley Waterless Church : each llj in. x 6^ in. ; with four 
smaller drawings of details ; by the Itev. Thomas Kerrich, 
in 1778. [Add. 6730. II'. ii-,i<i.] 

A dra» ing, in pencil, by Samuel Lysons, Esq., of a monumeDtol 
stone, with brass figures of Sir John de Creke and his wife, 
in Westley Waterless Church : 1 f. 3 in. x SJ in. [Add. 
9461. fol. 7a. i.] 

Engraved in tlie Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 65. 

Five elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows and doors 
in Weston Colville Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 4-8.] 

A west view, in pencil, of St. Mary's Church, at Whittlesea; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 6 in. [Aid. 
9461. fol. 71.] 

Engraved in the Matjna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 278. 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of the spire of WhitUesea Church ; 
draw-n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 71.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the west door and window of Whittlesea 
Chnrch; by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. {Add. 
9461. fol. -3. b.l 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west end of the south aiale of Whittle- 
sea Church ; ^awu by Samuel Tiysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[^(W. 9461.foi. T3. ft.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of two stone stalls and a piscina in the 
chancel of ^Vbittlesea Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. ; 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 74.] 



228 CAlfBRIDOESHIRE. 

live elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in SL 
Andrew's Church, at Whittlesea ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 24^-254.] 

Whittlesford Bridge. See Duxford St. John. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a window in the chancel of Wilberton 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons^ Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in* 
[Add. 9461. fol. 76.] 

Rough plans and details, with measurements and notes, of 
Great Wilbraham Church, and of the south door ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Add, 6738. 

ff. 136, 137, 138.] 

Two schemes, in pen and ink, to shew the rationale of the plan 
of Great Wilbriham Church, " as measured by Mr. Hickes, 
Sept. 1813 ;" drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 6745. ff. i;8. 3i.] 

Two sketches, one in pencil, 22 Aug. 1815, the other in pen and 
ink, 29 March, 1819, of the south door of Great Wilbraham 
Church, "as I conceive it was design'd;" drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kendch : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6738. ff. 

34. 44.] 

Elevation, plans, and details, in pen and ink, with measure- 
ments, of the south door of Great Wilbraham Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [AdcL 6755. 

ff. 313-316.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the south door of Great Wilbraham 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 75.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch on the east side of the south tran- 
sept of Great Wilbraham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 76.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a canopy in Great Wilbraham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 9461. 
fol. 76.] 

View and details, in Indian ink, of the square stone font in 
Great Wilbraham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. I7i-i73.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the font in Great Wilbraham Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAd(L 
6736. fol. 87.] 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 229 

Sketchy in pencil, of the font in Great Wilbraham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. ?;).] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Little 
Wilbraham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add 6751. fol. 187.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows and arms in Little Wilbraham 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 76.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the chapel adjoining 
the chancel of Willingham Church, with sketches of corbels, 
etc. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [_Add. 
9461. fol. 76. 6.] 

Three drawings, in pencil, of the chapel adjoining the chancel 
of Willingham Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. 
X 6 in. lAdd. 9461. ff. 76. 6., 77.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 285. 

Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a window in the 
chapel of Willingham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 76. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of stalls and an arch in Willingham Church, 
and of the chapel adjoining the chancel ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9461. fol. 78.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the spire of Willingham Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9461. foL 

76.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the windows in the Chicheley Chapel on 
the north side of Wimpole Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add, 9461. fol. 78.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Wimpole 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6736. fol. 63.] 

Sketches of details, in pen and ink, with notes, of parts of Wis- 
beach Church ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
\_Add. 6768. pp. 249-f52.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Wisbeach St 
Mary's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 79.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the font and of capitals in Wisbeach 
St. Peter's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 79.] 



2d0 CAMBRIDGESHIRE* 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental stone with brass figme ct 
Thomas de Brannstone, constable of Wisbeach Castle, wlio 
died 27 May, 1401, in Wisbeach St Petert Chnrch ; drawn 
by Samnel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. {Add. 9461. fi>L 

79.] 

Two sketches of arms in the chnrch of Wisbeach St Peler ; 
drawn by Samnel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9461. foL 79.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Gyheme Church, near Wisbeach : 6^ 
in. X 5 in. [ib viii. 89.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the windows in the chancel of Witcham 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. so.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the large stone pulpit and a double pii- 
cina in Witcham Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. so.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font on pillars in Wit- 
cham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[^Jrf. 9461.foL79. b.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the great arch between the nave 
and the steeple of West Wratting Church ; drawn by the 
Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. fol. ii5.] 

Three elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the north and 
south doors of West Wratting Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 9. S52. 

254.] 

Elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of the south porch and, 
door of West Wratting Church, and of a piscina on the east 
side of the porch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6754. S. 201-203.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rich Gothic niche for holy water, in the 
porch of West Wratting Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. so.] 

Four elevations and plans, in pen and ink, of windows in West 
Wratting Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. 206. 253. 255, 256.] 



CHESHIRE. 



Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Wrenbury Chapel, 
in the parish of Acton ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 
in. X 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 154.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows in Aldford Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 J in. [Add. 9461. fol. 136.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of windows, arms, etc., in Astbury 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : two 6 in. x 3j- in., 
the other 3 J in. x 3 J in. [Add. 9461. fol. 136.] 

South-east view, in pencil, of Little Moreton Hall, a richly or- 
namented timber edifice, built in 1559, in the parish of Ast- 
bury ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : I f. 2 in. X 10 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. i28.] 

Engraved by Lysons himself in the Ma^a Britannia^ vol. 
ii. p. 457. 

View, in Indian ink, of the south side of the court of Little 
Moreton Hall ; dra\^ii by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. x 
9 in. [Add. 9461. foh iss. 6.] 

Engraved by Lysons in the Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 
457. 

Five small drawings, in pencil and pen and ink, of details of 
Little Moreton Hall ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : [Add. 
9461. fol. 129.] 

Sketch, in pencil^ of a column in Great Babington Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 137.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in Great Babington Church; 
• drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. 
fol. 136.] 



2812 CHESHIRE. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the old wooden chinch at BaddQejr, 
with a sketch of the circular stone font ; drawn hy Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. foL tsr.'] 

Fonr sketches of part of the arch, with details and rneasme- 
ments, of the north door of the chancel of Barthomlqr 
Chorch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 105. &] 

Engraved by Lysons in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iL p. 
438. 

Mew, in pencil, of the embattled altar-tomb, in alabaster, of Sir 

Robert Fulshurst, (one of the four esquires of James, Lord 

Audley, at the battle of Poictiers; he died 13 Richard IL) in 

Barthomley Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. 

X 6 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 107.] 

Engraved by Lysons in the Magna Britannia, voL iL p. 
447. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of the head of the effigy of Sir Robert 
Fulshurst in Barthomley Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 
with a tracing, the size of the original, of the inscription on 
his forehead : 6 in. x 3} in. [Add. 9461. fol. 107.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of Bidstone Lighthouse, with details ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 137.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Birkenhead Priory, with a sketch of the 
interior of the west end of the church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 137.] 

A view, in pencil, of Birkenhead Priory ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 8 in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9461. fol. 83.] 

Brambam Hall, in the parish of Stockport. See Stockpobt. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in Brereton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. \^Add. 9461 • 

fol. 138.] 

View, in pencil, of Brereton Hall, built by Sir William Brereton, 
temp. Elizabeth ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x d 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 137. J.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the stone base of the pulpit of 
Bromborough Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons Esq. : 7 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 138.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms and inscriptions in Great Budworth 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. X 5 in. 
{Add. 9461. fol. 139.] 



CHESHIRE. 288 

Plan of " Northwich town," in the parish of Great Budworth, 
distinguishing the houses, with numbers referring to a list of 
the proprietors ; drawn temp. Charles II. or James II., by 
Randle Holme, the third of that name, who died in 1699 : 1 
f . X 9 in. \Harl. 2073. fol. 49. J.] 

Plan, in pencil, of Bunbury Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 5 in. \_Add. 9461. fol. 139.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the eight windows on each side 
of the nave of Bunbury Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 139.] 

Burton, in the parish of Tarvin. See Tarvin. 

*' The prospect of the citty of Chester, on the west side ;" drawn 
in black chalk by Randle Holme the third : 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. i«8.] 

View, in pencil, of part of the old walls of Chester ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 10 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9461. fol. iss.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " the bridge and two bridge gates, also 
the river Dee belonging to the citty of Chester ;'* drawn by 
Randle Holme the third : 8 in. x 6J in. [Harl 2073. foi. 

16.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of *' the bridge gate of the citty of Ches- 
ter;^' drawn by Randle Holme the third: 8 in. x 5 in. 
[HarL 2073. fol. 16.] 

A bird's eye view, in pen and ink, of " the north gate of the 
citty of Chester;" drawn by Randle Holme the third: 6 in. 
X 5 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 2«.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of '^ the east gate of the citty of Ches- 
ter;^' drawn by Randle Holme the third: 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. 22.] 

View, in pencil, of two old houses in Bridge Street, Chester ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 128.] 

Plan of the monastery of St. Werburgh at Chester, as it pro- 
bably remained at the time of the dissolution; drawn by 
Randle Holme the third, on a scale of about 80 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. x 8 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. is.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 452. 

A copy, in Indian ink, of the plan of the monastery of St. Wer- 
burgh ; drawn from the preceding [by Frederic Nash ?] : 9 in. 
X 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 84. b.'\ 
From this copy the engraving appears to have been made. 

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ifi fh': Ma'fnn htitannia. w:ih M^. c'.rre: liens asd additknis 

A/i '/filii.'i'; |/U.»j of Ch*r%UT Cath^rdrai. lo *Lew ihe radocale of 
ju forrrjatiorj ; crawn 9 Dec. 1*15. by the ReT. Thomas Ker- 
/I'.h : % jfj. / 7 in. [^rfof. 6745. f:-!. ::■:." 

.S''/rllj-<?i>,t vj«;w, in p^rncil. of Chester Cathedral; diawn bjr 
Y^MUiM^X \s\-^tu\ Kfcq. : 1 f. 3 in. x i^ in. 'Add, 9461. fol. 

l\,nyjH.vt'A hy Lvhons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 
574. 

Nf/rtlj-<:;if)l vir;ii', in pencil, of the east end of Chester Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 5 in. [Add. 
1M«I. fol.'iJ.] 

ThiH completes the preceding dranring. 

ViftW, in pencil, of part of the nave and cloisters of Chester 
('athcdraly and of the Bishop's Palace adjoining; drawn by 
Kamuel liysons, P^sq. : 9 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 92.] 

Kngravcd by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 
572. 

EtevaUoD, in pencil, of part of the interior of the nave of 
(Chester Cathedral ; drawn by [Frederic Nash ?] : 1 f. 4 in. 
Xftw* [i4£2(/. 9461. fol. 96.] 
fWfayed in Lysons*" Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 439. 

VMbiaT in pencil, of part of the south side of the nave of 
QMr Cidiedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 
4m. "Jit9461. fol. 97. 6.] 



CHESHIRE. 235 

Pencil sketch of pillars in the nave of Chester Cathedral ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 97.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britanniay vol. ii. p. 448. 

Elevation, in pencil, of part of the north side of the north aisle 
of Chester Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 
.X 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 98.] 

Pencil sketch of part of the tower of Chester Cathedral ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

97.] 

Plan, in Indian ink, of the cloisters of Chester Cathedral ; drawn 
[by Frederic Nash ?] : 1 f. x 11 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 94.] 

Highly finished elevation, in pencil, of the " Shrine of St Wer- 
burgh," now forming the Bishop's throne, in Chester Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a scale of one inch to a 
foot : I f. 4 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 86. J.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 445. 

Seven small sketches, in pencil, of arches, arms, and details, of 
Chester Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add. 
9461. ff. 142. 6., 14'^.] 

View, in pencil, of pillars in Chester Cathedral; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 98.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 448. 

Elevation, in pencil, of a window in the north aisle, behind the 
choir, in Chester Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
5 i in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 98.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of " the inward part of the Chapter- 
house, formerly a heathenish temple, over which there is no 
romes;" drawn by Handle Holme the third: 1 f. x 9 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. 36.] 

^^ The vewe of the lower part of the Chapter-house, as you stand 
in the door which cometh out of the east side of the cloisters," 
and ^^the romes over the west part of the Chapter-house;" 
drawn, in pen and ink, by Randle Holme the Uiird : 1 f. x 
8 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 37.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of arches and windows at '* the 
west end of the chapter-house belonging to the cathedrall 
church of Chester, formerly a heathenish temple ;" drawn by 
Randle Holme the third : 1 f. x 8 in. [Harl. 2073. ff. 34, 

35.] 

H H 2 



236 CHESHIRE. 

View, in pencil, of the sepulchral stone and cross of Rad. de 
Valletorte, iemp. Henr. III., in the north transept of Chester 
Catliedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7^ in. x 2^ in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. i07.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ toI. ii. p. 
444. 

View, in pencil, with details, of a monument, said to be that of 
the Emperor Henry IV., (who died a.d. 1106,) in the north 
aisle of Chester Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. i4i. b,] 

A view, in pen and ink, of " St. Bridget's Church, in the citty 
of Chester, which being old and decayed, was all of it taben 
down, new built again after an other form and fashion, anno 
169 • .;^ drawn by Randle Holme the third: 8 in. X 7 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. i.^.] 

A plan of the "Grey Friers, now Sir William Brereton's house,** 
at Chester ; drawn by Randle Holme the third : 8 in. x 6 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. «i.] 

" The ground plott of St. John's Colledg, Chester, before it was 
niinated by the fall of the steeple [in 1574], which stood in 
the middle of the church, cathedrall like ;" drawn by Randle 
Holme the third, on a scale of about 12 feet to an inch : 
with a key to the names: 1 f. x 9 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 

63.] 

A copy, in pencil, of the preceding plan of St. John'^s College, 
Chester : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9461. fol. it6.] 

Another copy, in pencil, of the preceding plan of St. John's 
College ; drawn by '* J. H. i"" 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. ii;}.] 

A view of " St. John Steeple, in the citty of Chester, being 44 
yards high ;"' drawn by Randle Holme the third : 1 f. 1 in. 
x 8 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 72.] 

" The ground plott of St. John**s Church, as it was standing 
1589;" drawn on a scale of 4 feet to an inch, by Randle 
Holme the third : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 
Si. bis.} 

*^ Tlie ground plot of St. John's Church, as it was in its ruins, 
anno 1589;" drawn by Randle Holme the third : 1 f. x 9 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. 7i.] 

A copy, in pen and ink, of the preceding plan of St John's 
Church, in 1589 : 1 f. 3 in. X 9 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. 1 14.] 



CHBSHIRK. 237 

Plan and details, in pencil, with measurements, of St John's 
Church, without the walls of Chester, on the east side ; 
drawn by Frederic Nash : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 2 in. lAdd. 9461. 

fol. 111'.] 

Plan, in pencil, of St. John's Church, Chester, apparently a re- 
duction of the preceding: 1 f. 4 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 115.] 

Plan, in pencil, with notes, of St. John's Church, Chester; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. [Add 9461. 

fol. 141.] 

A proof impression of the engraved plan of St. John's Church, 
Chester, in the Magna Britannia^ with Ms. corrections and 
additions, by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9461. fol. ii7.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and buttresses in St. 
John**s Church, Chester ; drawn by Randle Holme the third : 
each 7 in. x 6 in. [Harl. 2073. ff. 73, 74.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, shewing " the form of the buttrises of 
St. John's Steeple in Chester;" drawn by Randle Holme the 
third: 1 f. x 7 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 70.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the nave of St. John's 
Church, Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 
6 in. [Add. 9461. fol. lis.] 

Outline elevation, in pencil, of part of the nave of St. John's 
Church, Chester; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a scale of 4 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 1 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461., fol. no.] 

Highly finished elevation, in Indian ink, of part of the nave of 
St. John's Church, Chester ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a 
scale of 4 feet to an inch : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

109.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 437. 

Perspective view, in pencil, of two tiers of galleries formed by 
an arcade over the great arches of the nave of St. John's 
Church, Chester; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 

5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. uh.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of one of the great arches of the nave of 
St. John's Church, Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 

6 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. ii8.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of some of the upper arches of the nave of 
St John's Church, Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
4 in. X 2 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 108.] 



^38 CHESHIRE. 

View, in pencil, of the interior of the east end of St. Joliii*8 
Church, Chester; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 
9 in. [Add. 9461. fol. in.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of columns in St. John'^s Church, 
Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. X d in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. in.] 

Two sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of capitals in St 
John's Church, Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. los.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Briianniaj vol. ii. p. 
438. 

View, in pencil, of the sepulchral stone of " Johennes le Se- 
rieaun,^' in the chancel of St. John^s Church,'Chester; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add. 9461. fol. lor.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iL p« 
444. 

** The ground plot of St. Marye's Abby, or the Nunes," at 
Chester ; drawn by Randle Holme the third : 8 in. x 8 in. 
[Harl. 2073. fol. 20.] 

Copy, in pencil, of the preceding plan of St. Mary's Abbey at 
Chester; 9 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 84. i.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 453. 

The ground plot of " St Mary's Abby, or the Nunes \^ being 
an imperfect copy, in pencil, from the preceding : 9 in. x 8 
in. [Add. 9461. fol. 85.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of '^ the north side of St. Maiye^a 
Church and Steeple, 1641 ;" drawn by Randle Holme the 
third : 8 in. X 7 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 29. 6.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of ^^ the south side of St. Martinis 
Church, in the citty of Chester;" drawn by Randle Holme 
the third : 8 in. x 6 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 24.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of '^ the south side of St. Michael's 
Church, within the citty of Chester;" drawn by Randle 
Holme the third : 7 in. x 5 in. [Harl. 2073. fol/i4. 6.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of " the north side of St. Olive's within 
the citty of Chester, as it was 1690:" with a view of "St 
Olive's Steeple as now it is set up, anno 1693;" drawn by 
Randle Holme the third: 8 in. x 7 J in. [Harl. 2073. 
fol. 84.] 



CHESHIRE. 239 

View, in pencil, of Saighton Hall, near Chester, in the chapelry 
of Bruera or Church-on-heath, in the parish of St. Oswald, 
in Chester, one of the castellated seats of the Abbats of St 
Werburgh ; drawn by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 6 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 129.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 
457. 

A view, in pen and ink, of "the south side of S. Peter's 
Church, within the citty of Chester, before it was taken 
downe, [in 1669,] but is now new built, anno 1671 ;" drawn 
by Randle Holme the third: 1 f. x 8 in. iHarL 2073. 

fol. 27.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " the south side of Trinity Church, 
within the citty of Chester ;** drawn by Randle Holme the 
third : 8 in. X 6 in. [Harl 2073. fol. 14. J.] 

" The ground plot of the castle of Chester," and " the view of 
the castle according to the breaches in it, [made during the 
siege in 1644-1646];" drawn by Randle Holme the third, 
on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [Harl. 
2073. fol. 31.] 

Copy, in pencil, of the preceding plan and view of Chester 
Castle: 1 f . 3 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 119. 6.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. p. 455. 

A colored plan of the casUe of Chester, 1725; drawn on a scale 
of 50 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 J in. x 1 f. 8 in. [ib ix. 8. a.] 

Plan and elevation, in pen and ink, of a building, apparently de- 
signed for a mint, in the castle at Chester ; drawn temp. Car* 
II.? on a scale of 6 feet to an inch: 1 f. x 9 in. [Harl. 
2099. art. 62. p. 558.] 

View,' in pencil, of a pillar in a square chamber, called Caesar's 
Chamber, in Chester Castle, now used as a powder magazine ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9461. 

fol. 106. J.] 

Partly engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 438. 

A view, in pen and ink, of ^^ the High Crosse of the citty of 
Chester," taken down in the year 1646; drawn by Randle 
Holme the third : 8 in. x 7 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 29.] 

A sketch of the Roman votive altar, dedicated to Jupiter Ta- 
naruSy or the Thunderer, found on digging a cellar in the 
Foregate Street at Chester^ in the year 1653, and now pre- 



240 CHESHIRE. 

served with iBe Arundelian Marbles at Oxford ; drawn hy 
Randle Holme the third; with an explanation of the in- 
scription : 5 in. X 4 in. [HarL 2155. art. 32. fol. 94.] 

Described at great length by Humphrey Prideaux, in the 
Marmora Arundeliana^ 1732, p. 490 : see also Horsley's Bru 
tannia Romana^ p. 315. An engraving of it is in ib ix. 8. ft. 

A sketch, in pencil, of the same altar ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. \_Add. 9461. fol. 129. 6.] 

Six drawings, in pencil, of the Roman altar found in 1693, 
when digging a cellar near the east gate at Chester, in the 
possession of the Rev. Charles Prescott; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. \^Add. 9461. fol. 130.] 

Three of the drawings are engraved by Lysons, in the 
Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 429. 

Three drawings of the sides of a Roman altar, dedicated to 
Fortuna RediLXy Esculapius and SaluSy found near the Water- 
gate at Chester, in the year 1779, now at Oulton Park, the 
seat of Sir Philip Malpas De Grey Egerton, Bart; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 9461. 
fol. 131.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p* 
430. 

A drawing, in black chalk, of the figure of a Roman Retiarius 
on a black slate found at Chester in 1741, formerly in the 
Museum of Dr. Mead, and now in the possession of Henry 
Potts, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 8 in. [ib ix. a. o.] 

Engraved in the Monumenta Vetusta of the Society of 
Antiquaries, vol. i. pi. 65. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the figure of the Retiarius found at 
Chester; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. i3i.] 

Engraved in Lysons^ Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 431. fig. 4. 

Sketch, with measurements, in pencil, of a Roman tile found 
at Chester ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. i3i.] 

Highly finished outline drawing, in pencil, of the sword of 
Hugh d'Avranches, called Lupus, the first Norman Earl of 
Chester, and a drawing of the hilt, the size of the original ; 
by Frederic Nash : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 121. £.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 461. 
Cheshire was made a county palatine by William the Con- 
queror for his nephew Hugh Lupus, to hold it as fi'eely adgla- 
dium, as William himself held the kingdom of England ad 



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coronam. The sword, of which the above is a drawing, is 
now preserved in the Department of Antiquities in the British 
Museum. 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of "Erie Randall sweard," 
fact the sword of state of Edward V. as Earl of Chester, {see 
Ormerod's History of Cheshire, vol. i. p. xxvii.,) with an ex- 
planation of the arms upoii it; drawn about l<i50: 1 f. x 9 
in. [liarl. 1988. B.-.. o.] 

This sword is also in the Department of Antiquities in the 
British Museum. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of arms in Poole Hall, the seat of the 

Rev. Sir Henry Poole, Bart., in the parish of Eastham; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 6 in. x 5 in., the other 

8 in. X 5 in. \_Add. 9461. ff. ibo, i5i.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the arms and font in Eccleston Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 5 in. \^Add. 9461. 

fol. 114.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font, and of 
arms, in Famdon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
each 8 in. X 5 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. !«.] 

Halton, in the parish of Runcorn. See Runcorn. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of estates at Greasby, in the parish 
of West Kirkby, belonging to John Peacock, Henry Youds, 
and Edward Dickman ; drawn in 1784, on a scale of 2 
chains to an inch : 2 f. 6 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [Add. U,3i>3. 6.] 

Lyme Park, in the parish of Prcatbury. See Prestburv. 
Macclesfield, in the parish of Prestbury. See Prbstbury. 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of a sepulchral cross at Malpas ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 

14S.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of capitals in Middlewich 

Chiurch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 

lAdd. 9461. fol. iis.] 
Little Morelon Hall, in ihe parish of Astbury. See Astbuhy. 
East view, in pencil, of Nantwich Church ; drawn by Samuel 

Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. x 9i in. [Add. 9461. fol. los. 6.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 

440. 
View, in pencil, of the interior of Nantwich Church ; drawn 

by Frederic Nash : 1 f. 3 in. x I f. lAdd. 9461. fol. 9S.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Afaffna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 440. 






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hkiiA!tf in fAfJi^:]). ot f/i.': of thieve stcr^ aall* at Uie ea$l end 

• r/,fi, ?>///, uun.f:.. : >.] 

Hkt:t/M':>,f \u jf*fjif:i\, of Ui': z:' 'ih TTJn'Iow of ihe corth ini»ept, 
'4.1 A *A caj/iuN. un'iffT il--: I'l^or c:' Naciwicb Cborch ; 
'i/a'4r;j J/y Haf;,u<;j Lyv^r.s. Eiq. : /• in. x 5 in. 'J(/<f. 9461. 

hk'r!/;h<:>., in pcTicil, of urin^ioTs and details in the north 
*i'l«: of llio h/juth trarifsfrpt of Niiiilirich Church; drawn 
hy Kamu<:l Ly:-»onB, Km]. : S in. x 5 in. [ J<f</. 9461. fol. 

10;. J 

Sk<;U:ljO'K, in pencil, of the channel window and of capitals in 
Nanlwjch Church ; dra'.vn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
5 in. {Add.yWl.ftjl v;i.] 

TniU^d hkr.'U'hcs, in pencil, of painted glass in Nantwich Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Add. 
9461. fol. 105.] 

Sorthwich, in the parish of Great Budworth. See Bcdworth. 

StJtUm Abbey, in the parish of Runcorn. See Runcorn. 

^^odL, in pencil, of t!;e door of the nave of Over Church ; 
iBrn by Samuel Lysous, Esq. : 6 in. x 4^ in. [Jdd.dAdl. 

^««r-'*^ev«r, in the parish of Rostheme. See Rostherne. 

^uL in the parish of Eastbam. See Eastham. 

.^i^^iigoRibr* in pen and ink, of ^^ the chapel without the 
^j^^^ j^ 4i Piestbury Church," afterwards the burial 



CHESHIRE. 24S 

place of the Meredith family; drawn by Raniilc Holme: 6 

iD. X 4 in. [Harl. 2151. fol. 4o. i.] 

Engraved in Ormerod's History of Cheshire, vol. iu. p. 

331. 
View, in pencil, of the archway of lie old chapel on the south 

side of Prestbury Clmrch ; drawn by Samuel Lyaons, Esq. : 

1 f. X 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. ii9.] 
Elevation, in pencil, of part of the front of Lyme Park, in tlie 

parish of Prestbury, the seat of the Legh family ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. J46.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of parts of [Macclesfield P] Church, in 
the parish of Prestbury ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 
each 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. tsi.] 

Five drawings, in pen and ink and pencil, of a monument in 
the Savage Chapel in Macclesfield Church ; by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. \^Add. 9461. ff. 1*7, iia.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral figure of a knight of the 
Venables family, probably Sir Hugh Venables, brother of 
William, fourth Lord Kiuderton, (who died in the 44th year 
of King Henry IH,,) against the north wall of the chancel of 
Rostbeme Church : drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
Sin. {Add. UG\. ioX. isi.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of details of the monuments of the 
Mainwaring family, in the parochial chapel of Over Peorer, 
in the parish of Rostherne ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. i5o. i.] 

A colored map of the canal from Kuncom to the Trent; drawn 
in ]777,byJohanuLudewig Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers: 
1 f. 4 in. X 3 in. [^6 Ms. 40. pi. 6.] 

A colored map of the Duke of Bridgewater's canal from Run- 
coni to Manchester, with a plan and elevation of a double 
lock, a plan of the sluices and basius at Runcorn, with levels, 
plans, and sections, of the floodgates, backwater, and passage 
boats ; drawn by Johann Liidcwig Hogrewe : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 
in. [* Ms. 46. pi. 7.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of part of the east window of the chancel 
of Runcoru Church, and of the circular stone font ; drawn 
[ by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8 in. x 4} in. [Add. 9461. fol. 
k IM.] 
A rough plan, in pen and ink, of "Norton Abby," in (he parish 
of Runcorn ; drawn by Randle Holme the third : 1 1 in. x 7 
[HaH. 2073, fol. 3-. a.j 



244 * CHESHIRE. 

Three sketches, in pencil, with details, of the door of Ni 
Priory, remainiDg in the cellar of Norton Hall, in the parish 
of Runcorn; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [_Add. 9161. 
fol. lofi.j 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the arched doorway od the DOTth 
side of Norton Priory ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4i in. [Add. 9461. fol. iso.] 

Engiared in Lysons^ Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 
fig. 6. 

Saighton Hall. See Chester. 

View, in pencil, of the fragment of the cross or obelisk ni 
standing in the market place at Sandbach ; drawn by Sai 
Lysons, Esq, : 4j in. x H in. [Add. 94fil. fol. i?t. *.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the sites of the 
crosses in the market place at Sandbach, with a sketch of 
cross remaining there ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. i93.] 

Hough drawings, in pencil, of the four sides of the cross now 
remaining in the market place at Sandbach ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 10 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9461. fol. isi. b.. 

113.] 



M 



Four drawings, in pencil, of the sides of the cross now remaii 
jng in the market place at Sandbach ; by Samuel Lyi 
Esq. : each 7 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9461. ff. lae, i*6. b.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in tlie Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 
460. 

Drawings, in pencil, of two of the sides of one of the Sandbach 
crosses, now in Oulton Park, the seat of Sir Philip Alalpas de 
Grey Egerton, Bart. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 
7 in. X 3 in. lAdd. 9461. fol. m.] 

Engraved by Lysous, in the Magna Britannia, vol. iL p. 
460. 

View, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a fragment dug up "a 
Mr. Bull's garden" near the market place, of the top of t 
Sandbach cross, now at Oulton Park : drawn by Samuel I 
sons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3i in. [Add. 9461. foh 122. i.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of the same fragment; drawn by G 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. ia7.] 

Various small sketches, in pencil, of fragments of the two Sai 
bach crosses, some belonging to that remaining at Sandbat 
some to that now at Oulton Park ; drawn by Samuel LysfHUyfl 
Esq. [Add. 9461. ff, lae, nr.} 



CHESHIRE. 245 

Elevations, in Indian ink, of the two Sandbach crosses, as ihej 
probably were in iheir original state, shewing the proper 
positions of the sereral fragments now remaining of each ; 
dranm on a scale of one inch to a foot, by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 2 f. 1 in. X I f. 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 124.] 

Plan, elevations, and details, in pencil, of the two Sandbach 
crosses, with the fragments in their probable original posi- 
tions ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 2^ feet 
to an inch : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 123. b.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. ii. p. 460. 

A view, in pencil, with measurements, of the octagonal stone 
font in Sandbach Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9461. fol. bi.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms in Sandbach Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 7 iu. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 151.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, with measurements, of the arched 
door of Shochlach Churcli, and of various details ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol, 
I5i.] 

Part of the arched doorway is engraved in the Magna Bri- 
tannia, vol. ii. p. 438. fig. 5. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font and of the 
arched doorway of Shochlach Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 8 in. X a in. [Add. 9461. fol. i5a.] 

*' The ground plot of Shotwick Castle before it was ruinated," 
and a view of "the ruines of the castle of Shotwick, on the 
west side ;" drawn by Handle Holme the third : 9 in. x 8 in. 
■ IHarl. 2073. fol. 4.^.] 

* The plan is engraved in Ormerod'a History of Cheshire, 
vol- ii. p. 314, 
A copy, in pencil, of the preceding plan of Sliotwick Castle ; 

9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9461. fol. no.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in Stoak 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 -in. x 5 in. 
[Add.Qi&l.M. 1S3.] 
Two sketches, in pencil, of arms and carving in Bramham Hall, 
the seat of the Davenport family, in the paiish of Stockport; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 
9461. fol. 138.] 
A colored plan, on vellum, of an estate " belonging to the exe- 
cutrix's of the late Mrs, Roberts^" in the township of Burton, 
I part of the manor of Stapleford, in the parish of Tarvin ; 
I drawn in 1780: 2 f. 1 in. x 2 f. 1 jn, [Add. 11,393. «.] 



Sketcaec, in jkocQ. of a capital aad windoir in BnnoD Cfamdiy 
in the parisc of Tanin ; crawn bj Samoel Lvsons, Ilsq. : ? 
in. X 5 in. IJAf. 9461. foL t*.;; ' 

Sketches, in p^inciL of win^iows in the cfanrcli of Thornton in 
the H^^Ts ; drawn br Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : S in. x 4} in. 
'Add, 9461. fcl. i7i.^' 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font and arms in 
Tilstone Chorch : drawn bj Samoel Ljsons, Esq. : each 7 
in. X 5 in. ^Add. 9461. fol. liii.] 

View, in penciL of New Hall, an ancient seat of the Egerton 
familjy nsaaUv called Mockbeggar HaU, in the parish of 
Wallazej or Kirkbv in Walley ; drawn br Samuel Ltsods, 
Esq. : Sin. x -^ in. 'Add. 9461. fol. o5.] 

Sketch, plan, and notes, in pencil, of Mockbeggar Hall ; drawn 
br Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4^ in. [^Add. 9461. fol. 

t5.5.] 

Sketch, in peocil, of the hexagonal stone font in the church of 
Woodchurcb ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. iM.] 

Wrenbury Chapel, in the parish of Acton. See Actox. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a mutilated female figure, under a canopy 
over the door of Wvbumbun' Church ; drawn bv Samuel 

■ • ^ ^ 

Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9461. fol. 154.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in Wybumborv 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4il in. 
[Add. 9461. fol. 15I.] 

A new, in pencil, of the tower of the Old Hall at Doddington, 
in the parish of Wybumbury, the ancient seat of the Delves 
family ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
!il461. fol. 83.] 



CORNWALL. 



Coast of Cornwall. See Western and Southern Coast of 
England, pp. 55—61, ante, 

" Speculi Britannite pars, or a topographical and historical de- 
scription of Cornwall, by the perambulacion, view, and deli- 
neacion of John Norden." In folio, [Harl. 6252.] 

This is apparently the original Ms. presented by the author 
to K. James I. ; the title is illuminated, and there are several 
colored views, which are described in their respective places 
in this Catalogue. 

St. Agnes Beacon. See Western "Coast of England, p. 53, 
ante. 

An-dinas Castle. See St. Colomb. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the south door of the church of St. An- 
thony in Meneage ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. \Add. 9462. fol. 30.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in St Anthony in Meneage; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. \^Add. 9462. 
fol. 20.] 

Arthur's Hall. See Busland. 

Ashbury Castle. See Week St. Mary. 

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Sketch, in pencil, of one of the windows of the nave of St 
Austell Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 20,] 



248 CORNWALL. 

Sketches, in pencil, of details, and an inscription over the en- 
trance into the south porch, of St. Austell's Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9462. foL 

19. J.] 

The inscription is engraved in Gough's edition of Camden's 
Britanniay 1789, vol. i. pi. i» fig. 11 ; in Gough''8 Sepulchral 
Monuments^ vol. ii. pi. xiii. fig. 4 and 5 ; and by Lysons him- 
self, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. p. ccxxxii. 

Sketch and details, in pencil, of the carved stone font in St. 
Austell^s Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 19. *.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the carved stone font in St. Austell's 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 5 in. x 4 in., 
the other 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 20.] 

A sketch, in pencil, of the font in St AustelFs Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 61.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iiL p. 
ccxxxiii. 

View and plan, with admeasurements, of the Holy Well by the 
side of a stream of water under a hill at Menacuddle in St. 
Austell, formerly a baptistery to the chapel belonging to the 
Benedictine monastery of Trewardreth orTywardreath; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 21.] 

Bartine Casfle, in the parish of St Just. See St. Just. 

Berrys, old castle so called. See Launcells. 

Binnamy, in the parish of Stratton. See Stratton. 

A colored view of the rocking stone, called Pendre-stone, upon 
the top of a hill near Bliston, [Blisland] ; drawn temp. James 
I., by John Norden : 5 in. x 2^ in. [Harl. 6252. p. 74.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Mordents Survey ^ 1728^ 
p. 75. 

A colored view of the druidical stones called Arthur's Hall, 
near Blisland ; drawn temp. James I., by John Norden : 5 in. 
X 2i^ in. [Harl. 6252. p . n.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Mordents Survejfj 1728, 
p. 71. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved free-stone font in Boconnoc 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. )^ 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 20. *.] 

Flan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of Bodmin Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 22.] 



Sketches and plans, in pencil, of arches and pillars in Bodmin 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9462. fol. sa.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of anus and inscriptions in Bodmin Church ; 

drawn by Samuel LyBons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. il.] 
Drawing, in pencil, of the richly carved font in Bodmin 

Church ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. ai.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iii. 

p. ccxxxiii. 
Sketch, in pencil, of the piscina adjoining the font in Bodmin 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 946-2. fol. si.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the windows of Bodmin Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 94^2. 
fol. ■JS.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of one of the columns in St. 
Laurence's Chapel, Bodmin; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. X 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 3;.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a column found in Mr. Gilbert's garden at 
Bodmin, which stands on the site of tho priory ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 iu. [Add. 9462. fol. as.] 

Bossiney. See Tintjgbl, 

Sketches, in pencil, of the font, piscina, and arms, in Boyton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Jdd.9462. fol. M.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a window in Bray Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. h3.] 

A colored plan of Fendennis Castle, in the parish of Budock ; 

drawn temp. James I. by John Norden : 5 in. x 2^ in. [Harl. 

6252.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Survet/, 1728, 

p. 93. 
Pcndennis Castle. See Southern Cojst, p. 60, ante. 
Sketch, in pencil, of the grave-stone of Clarice, wife of Ghefirei 

de BoUeit, in St, Burian's Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 

BouS, Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 24.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in St. Burian's Church; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. a,i.] 
Cacrbran Castle. See S&ncrbed. 




250 CORNWALL. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in Callington Church ; drawn bj 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9402. fol. t4.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms in Callington Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9402. fol. 24.] 

View, in pencil, of the old mansion called Cothele House, be- 
longing to the Earl of Mount Edgecumbe, in the parish of 
Calstock; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 1 f. x 9 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 23. *.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ voL iii. p. ccxliv. 

View of the upper part of the tower of Cothele House ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 24.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of sculpture in Cothele House ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 24.^ 

Two sketches, in pencil, of arms iir the chapel at Cothele, in 
Calstock ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 28.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of columns in Camborne Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 23. i.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, voL iii. p. 
ccxxxii. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font from Camborne Church, standing 
now in the grounds at Tehidi, the seat of Lord De Dunstan- 
ville, near Kedruth ; dra\^7i by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in* 
X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 23. *.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol* iii. 
p. ccxxxiv. 

Cambre, or Kam-bre Castle. See Illogan. 

Castle An-dinas. See St. Columb. 

Castle an Danes, Ludgevan. See Ludgvan. 

Cheese- Wring, rocks so called. See Linkinhobne. 

Chun Cromlech, in the parish of Morva. See Morva. 

Pencil sketch of an old inscribed stone forming the gate of the 
kitchen-garden of the vicarage at St. Clemenf s, near Truro ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 7^ in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 7.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in the church of St. Clere ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. foL 26.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the well of St. Clere ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in, [Add» 9462. foL 26.] 



CORNWALL. 251 

A colored view of the druidical stone, called the Other-half 
stone, in the parish of St Clere ; drawn temp. James I., by 
John Norden : 3 in. x 2^ in. [Harl. 6252.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Survey^ 1728, 

p. 85. 

A colored view of the druidical monument, called Trethevie, in 
the parish of St. Clere ; drawn temp. James I., by John 
Norden : 5 in. x %\ in. [Harl. 6252. p. 89.] 

Engraved in Bateman^s edition of Norden's Survey ^ 1728, 
p. 88. 

A colored view of the druidical stones, called the Hurlers, in 
the parish of St. Clere ; drawn temp. James I., by John 
Norden : 5 in. x 3 in. [Harl. 6252. p. 94.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Survey y 1728, 
p. 94. 

Two sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of stones in the 
middle of a pit, in the centre of a tumulus, about f of a mile 
from St. Clere Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ea.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved octagonal stone font on pillars 
in St. Columb's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 28.] 

Plan, in pencil, of the ancient entrenchment, called Castle An- 
dinas, about two miles south-east of St Columb's; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 450 feet to an inch : 
7 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 18. *.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. p. ccxlviii. 

A colored view of nine large and rude upright stone blocks or 
pillars, placed in line, bearing north-east and south-west, 
called the Nine Sisters or Maids, on the downs between 
Wadebridge (near Padstow) and St. Columb, not far from 
Castle An-dinas, in the parish of St. Columb Major ; drawn 
temp. James I., by John Norden : 5 in. x 2 in. [Harl. 
6252. p. 69] 

Engraved in Bateman^s edition of Norden's Survey j 1728, 
p. 69. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in St. Columb Minor, 
or Lower St Columb Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 28.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink and pencil, of the church-yard stile at 
'^Little Colam;** drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 27.] 

K k2 



252 CORNWALL. 

Pencil sketch of a moor stone supporting a sbed at Rialton 
House, in the parish of St. Columb Minor ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4i in. [Add. 9462. fol. 7. 6.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britanniay vol. iii. p. ccxxv* 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Comelly Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. \_Add. 9462. 
fol. 27.] 

Cotehele House, in the parish of Calstock. See Calstock. 

ft ^_^ _ 

Plan, in pencil, of Crantock Church, with details and a sketch 
of the font ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol, 27.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of a column, with arms, in 
Crowan Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 27.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font and columns in 
Cubert Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 29.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Cuby Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 29.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the south door of Cury Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 28. ft.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. ii. 
p. ccxxviii. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Cury Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 29.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of the arch of the porch, and of the 
font, in Davidstow Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 29.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font in St Dennis 
Church, and of a Cornish church -yard stile ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 29.] 

Dunhevet, or Launceston Castle. See Launceston. 

Drawing, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the stone pulpit 
in Egloshayle Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 11 
in. X 8 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 30. *.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ yoL lii. 
p. ccxxxii. 



CORNWALL. 253 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and of sculpture 

over the door, and arms, in Egloshayle Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 30, b.'] 

The sculpture is engraved by Lysons himself, in the Magna 

Britanniay vol. iii. p. ccxxxii. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font, clustered pillars, 
and a window in Egloskerry Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 30.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the church 
of St. Enoder; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 30. J.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in the church of St. Enodfer; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 61.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magfia Britannia^ vol. iii. 
p. ccxxxiii. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square font in the church of St. 
Emey ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 30.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font, and arms, in the 
church of St. Ewe ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 33.] 

Falmouth Haven. See Southern Coast, pp. 59, 60, ante. 

A traced map of that part of Cornwall which lies between 
Fowey and East Looe ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 
in. X 8 in. [Add. 9462. foL s. J.] 

View, in pencil, of the mouth of Fowey Harbour ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add: 9462. fol. 34.] 

Fowey Harbour. See Southern Coast, p. 61, ante. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on a circular base 
in Fowey Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 33.] 

Two views, in pencil, of part of Place House, the ancient 
seat of the Treffry family, in the town of Fowey ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 31. b.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. 
p. ccxlii. 

Three sketches, in pencil, of architectural details of Place 
House, in Fowey ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 
in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 3i.] 



254 CORNWALL. 

South prospect, in pencil, of Treffiry Castle, Fowey, 22 May, 
1753: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 12. *.] 

Two plans, in pencil and pen and ink, with admeasurements, of 
St. German^s Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 
1 f. 2 in. X 9 in., the other 1 f. x 9 in. [Add. 9462. ff. 34. 
b.j 35.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the north tower of St 
German's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the great east window in St German's 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 33,] 

Sketch and plan, in pencil, of a window of the south aisle in St 
German's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 33. A.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a window and arch in St German's: 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. ff. 34. *.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a window of the south aisle, and of arms,- 
in St. German's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 33. b.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of capitals in St. German's Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; one 6 in. x 4 in., the others 
4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 33. J., 34.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the arches of a cloister in St Ger- 
man's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in* 
[Add. 9462. fol. 53. *.] 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a double 
arched recess with a stone seat, against the hedge on the north- 
east side of St. German's Church-yard, called by the country 
people the chair of the former kings of Comwsdl ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Gerrans Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 34.] 

Coloured plan of the ancient fortification called ^^ Golden 
Camp,"" with a description : 1 f. x 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. is.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in StGorran's Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 36.] 



COBNWiaL. 255 

Sketches, in p^icil, of the circular stone font 5n pillars, and of an 
arch, in Grade Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 36.'] 

Grew's Hill, old castle so called. See Stratton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Gulvall Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 36.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in Gunwalloe 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add, 9462. fol. 36.] 

Hurlers, druidical stones so called. See St. Clere. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font on pillars, a 
window of the north aisle, and a cross on the south side of 
Illogan Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 37.] 

View and plan, in Indian ink, of Kambre or Cambre Castle, 
in the parish of Illogan ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
9 in. X 8 in. [Add. 6746. fol. 4i.] 

View, in pencil, of St. Ives Bay, taken from the fort ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6. in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 36. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the east window of St. Ives Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 37.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in St. Ives Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 36. A.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of capitals in Lelant Church, and of two 
crosses in the church-yard, in the parish of St. Ives ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol, 

13.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of an ornamented capital, and of arms in 
the church of St Just ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 37.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in St. Just's 
Chiurch; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 37.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of the ancient hill castle, called 
Bartine Castle^ in the parish of St Just ; drawn by the Rev« 
Thomas Keirich : 6 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6746. fol. 43.] 



Sketch, ID pencil, of Chapel CarnbrC, in the parish of St. Just ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. as.] 

View and plan, in pencil, of Chapel Cambru ; drawn by Samuei 
Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 25.] 

View, in pencil, of the stone at Cambr6, near Redruth ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in- [Add. 9462. fol. 

34. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the stone at Cambre ; drawn by Samusl i| 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. S5.] 

Kam-bre or Cambre Castle. See Illogan. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in the church 4^1 

St. Keverue j drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. ] 

[Add. 9462. fol. ar. *.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of arms in the church of St. Keveme; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 9462. 

fol. 38.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the stained east window of the north aisle 
of the church of St. Kew ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 37. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arch of the south door of Eilkhampton 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. AB. b.] 
Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door of Kilk- 

hampton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich ; 

X 6 in. [Add. 6742. ff. 2G-dG,] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the south doorway of Eilkhampton Church ; I 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463; ~ 

fol. 37.] 

Sketches, in pencil, with plans and measurements, of colui 
and arches in Eilkhampton Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly-H 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. x 7 in. IJdd. 9462. fol. IB. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font and a window 
in Eilkhampton Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 

7 in. X 4 iu. [Add. 9462. fol. sa.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old " castles" 
at Kilkhampton, the property of Lord Carteret; drawn by 
Wrey Pans, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. M,] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in Landewednak Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 iu. [Add. 9463. fol. 38.] 



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CORNWALL. 257 

Sketch, in pencil and pen aod inlc, with details, of the circular 

stone font on pillars in Landewedoak Cbuich ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ,Jii. 6.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. 

ccxxxir. 

Sketches, in pencil, of anns in Lanhydrock Church, and of a 
stone cross on the south-east side of the church-yard; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in, x 4 in. ^Add. 9462. 
fol. 40.} 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the windows of Lanivet Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 38.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Lanivet 
Clmrch, and a four hole cross on the west side of the church- 
yard; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 39.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the four hole cross in the north side of the 
cbuich-yard of Lanivet ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 39.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in Landrake Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 38.] 

Plan and section, in Indian ink, of Restormell Castle, in the 
parish of Lanlivery j drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6746. fol. 36.'] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arches in the chapel of Restormell Castle; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9462. 
fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a four hole cross, now thrown down, at 
the cross road near Lanlivery, close to the turnpike road 
leading from Lostwithiel to St. Austell ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 39. 6.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Lanreath 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 3 in. X S| 
in., the other 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. aa. b.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, voL iii. p. 



Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in the 
church of Lantegloss juxta Fowey ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ».] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in the church of 
Lantegloss juictaCamelford; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
4 in. X 3 in. [.Idd. 9462. fol. 40.] 



266 CORNtfALL. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in LariUCdls Clrareli ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Eaq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [AdA, 9i82. 

fol. 58.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the ** castle^* 
called Berrys, at East Leigh, in Launcells, the property of 
Mrs. Mary Harris ; drawn by Wrey Pans, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 14.] 

View, in pencil and pen and ink, of the entrance porch of Ijaan- 
ceston Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 7 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 41.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. p. 
ccxxxi. 

Five sketches, in pencil, of details of architecture and aoulptaie 
in Launceston Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 4i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sculptured recumbent figure in Launces- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 40.] 

A colored view of Dunhevet or Launceston Castle; drawn 
temp. James I., by John Norden : 5 in. x 2} in. [HarL 
6252. p. 93.] 

Engraved in Bateman^s edition of Norden^s Surv^^ 1728, 
p. 93. 

A view and plan, in Indian ink, of Launceston Castle ; dratm 
by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6746. 
fol. 38.] 

A colored view of Launceston Castle ; drawn by J. Bulman : 
I f. 7 in. X I f. [d? IX. 33. d.] 

Colored plan and section of the keep of Launceston Castle ; 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch, by Lieut Colonel 
Mudge: 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. u.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. p. 
ccxxxviii. 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the keep of Launceston 
Castle; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 8^ in. x 7 in. [Add. 
9469. ibl. 12.] 

South view, in pencil, of the keep of Launceston Castle ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq., 81 July, 1805 : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 12.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britanniaj vol. iii. p. ccxxxviii. 



Sketch, in pencil, of the ancient arched doorway of the White 
Hart Inn in Launceston ; drawn by Samuel LyBons, Esq. : 
5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9Jfi2. fol. w. i.] 

Leiant, in the parish of SL Ives. Sec St, Iv£S. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the church of St. 
Levan; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.; 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Lezant Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Linkin- 
home Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 
in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 4-i.] 

A colored view of the cairn or heap, consisting of five stones, 
called the Cheese-Wring, in the parish of Linkinhome, on 
the ridge of a hill called Stows, ou the common of Rillaton 
manor j drawn letup. James 1., by John Norden : 5 in. x 4^ 
in. [Hurl. 6252. p. 9i.] 

Engraved in Dateman's edition of Norden's Swvetf, 1728, 
p. 61. 

View, in pencil, of the cairn called the Cheese-Wring, in the 
parish of Linkinhome ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 
f. 2 in. X 9 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. si. b.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. clxxxir. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the Cheese- Wring, in the parish of Luikin- 
home, with a plan of the north-west angle; drawn by Samuel 
LysouB, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. te.] 

View, in pencil, of the tower and steeple of Lostwilhiel Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 9462. 

fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved octagonal stone font on pillars 
in Lostwithiel Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 
in. x 7 in. [Add. 9462. fol. la. 6.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. 



Sketch, in pencil, of some of the sculpture on the font in Lost- 
■ withiel Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 
I in. lAdd. 9462. fol. «. b.] 

Colored plan, with two profiles, of Castle an Danes, Ludgevan, 
in Mount's Bay, Cornwall : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 19.] 

LL2 



Sketches, in pencU, of part of the south door of Mabe Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 io. [Add, 9463. 

fol. M.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars, and of a 
stone seat aud piscina, in Maddem Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. «.] 

Maine-Amber, rocking stone so called. See Sithney. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Marfaam Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9463. 
fol. +5.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font ou pillars in the 
church of St. Martin ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 
' in. X 3 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 45.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch near the altar, the octagonal stone 
font, and arms, in Mawgan Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. is.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monument of a lady, under an arch in 
the Bouth transept of Mawgan Church, colled Canninow'e 
aisle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. «.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an inscribed stone or cross at Mawgan; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9461 
fol. 45.] 

Eleration, in pencil, with admeasurements and plan, of t 
cross in Mawgan Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lyso 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. u. fi.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west side of the sculptured cross 1 
Mawgan Church-yaid ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : ' 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. «. J.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. Ui. t 
ccxlv. fig. 6. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a four hole stone cross (which original 
stood in the chapel close of ibe Barton of Roseworthy, in the 
parish of Gwinnear) in the garden of Lord Arundel's house 
at Lanheme, in the parish of Mawgan ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 3b.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. UB 
p. ccxlv. figs. 4 and 5, 

St Maw's Castle. See Sodthern Coast, pp. 60, 61, ante. 

Menacuddle. See St. Austell. 



Sketch, in peocil, of the circular stone font in Mevagissy Church; 
drawD by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9463. 

fol. 46.] 

St. Michael's Mount. See Southern Coast, p. 59, ante. 

A colored view of St. Michael's Mount, taken from the land ; 
drann temp. James I., by John Norden: 6 in. x SJ in. 
[Hart. 6262. p. 38.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Suroey, 1728, 
p. 38. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the upper parts of the buildings on 
St. Michaers Af ouDt ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. v*.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch of the north end of the north 
transept of St. Michael Carhayes, and of tlie circular stone 
font; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 47.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a mutilated four hole cross at Michaelstow ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 m. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 47.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arch of the north door^with details, of 

Milor Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 

in. iAdd. 9462. fol. 16. i.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font, and arms, in 

Milor Church ; dran-n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 6 in. X 4 

in. [Add. 9462. fol. it.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of thh circular stone font in Minster Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 2j in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. »7.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Chun Castle, in the parish of Morvah ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. X 7 in. [Add. 

6746. fol. M.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of Chun Castle, in the 
parish of Morvah ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. *5.] 

View, in pencil, of Chun Cromlech, near Chun Castle, in Mor- 
vah ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 14. b.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iii. 
p. ccxix. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the carved stone pier next to the third 
pillar from the west end of Morwiostow Church, and of tho 



CORNWALL. 



litanU bold ^^1 



slrango mia-Bhapcn Etone font, which the inhabitants 
high veneration, as having been placed there by their totelar 
saint, to whom the church is dedicated ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 4B.] 

Two sketches of part of one of tlie circular arches between the 
nave and north aisle of Morwinstow Church; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. ioL 
«. J.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, rol. 
p. ccxzviii. 

Sketches, in pencil, of capitals in Morwinstow Church 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

Pencil sketch of a moor stone in the middle of a close called 
Nun ScriJfis, about a mile south of Roscraergy, in Moirah 
parish ; with a smaller sketch, drawn by Samncl Lysons, 
Esq. : one 1 f. X 8 in., tlie other 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 94€2. 
fr. 7. i., 8.] 

The smaller is engraved in the Magtta Brilanniaj vol. iii. 
p. ccxxv. ~ 

Mount's Bay. See Southern Coast, p. 59, ante. 

Sketch, in pencil, of one of the windows of the south aisle 
St. Neot's Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 6 in. 
4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol, 4y.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of figures from one of the st^ed glass 
windows in St. Neot's Cliurch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 48.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of arms in St. Neot's Church; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

ff. 48, 19.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved square stone font on a pillai i] 

Newlyn Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 

4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. id.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font on a pillar in 

Nighton's Chapel ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 

4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. .w.) 

Nine Sisters, atones so called. See St. Columb Major. 

Other-half stone. See St. Clbee. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved font in Padstow Church, ' 

figures of the Twelve Apostles ; drawn by Samuel Lysoi 

Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. foL 49. &.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Brittmwia, voL 4 

p. ccxxxir. 



wn by 

J2.ibLy 

led 
ih 

n. 
iii. 

I 



Sketch, in pencil, of fhc richly ornamcnled piacina in I^dstow 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lvsons, Esq. : 7 in, x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 9462. fol. 50.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Muyiut Britannia, vol. iii. p. 



Sketches, in pencil, of arms and carving in Padstow Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9462. 
iol.M.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Pelynt or 
Plynt Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 ui. X 3 
in. [Jdd. 9462. fol. si.J 

Pendcnnis Castle, in the parish of Budock. See Bddock ; 

see Southern Coast, p. 60, ante. 

Pendrc Stone. See Blisl&nd. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of a dniidical gorget of gold, found 
in 1783, in the hundred of PenwitJi; formerly heionging to 
Mr. John Williams of Bath, afterwards to the Rev, Edward 
Trafford Leigh, of Cheadle, and now preserved in the De- 
partment of Antiquities in the British Museum : 9 in. x 9 in. 
[Add, M6% fol. 8*.] 

Pencil sketch of a dniidical gorget of gold, found in the remains 
of a circus near Penzance, in the parish of Maddem, about 
1783; formerly in the possession of Rose Price, Esq., and 
now preserved in the Department of Antiquities in the Bri- 
tish Museum ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : I f. x 8 in. 
[Jdd. 9462. fol. 8. A.] 

Engraved in the Magva Britannia, vol, iii. p. ccxxi. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font and a pillar in the 
church of St. Phillack, and of two ancient four bole crosses 
in the church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. 
x 4 in, [Jdd. 9462. fol. 5i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Pro- 
bus Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 is. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. foL .'.«.] 

Restormell Castle. See Lanliver¥. 

Rialton. See St. Coldmb Minor, 

View, in pencil, of the church, town, and rock of Roche or Roach, 
laken from the moor below Castle Andinas; drawn by Samuel 
Lysoua, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. m. * 1 



inttitagi|H 



View, in pencil, of Roche Rock and Chorch, taken from below 
Castle An-dinas, Jnne 2 [1805?]; drawn by Samnel Ltsobb, 
Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 6*. A.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a clustered pillar in Roche Chnicb, and 
of as ancient cross on the south aide of the charcb-jard ; 
drawn by Samnel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in- x 4 in. [Add. 9402. 
fol. 51.] 

The cross is engraTed by Lysons himself, in the Magna 
Britannia, voL iiL p. ccxIt. fig. 1. 

A colored view of Roche Rock and Cell ; drawn temp. James L, 
by John Norden : 5 in. x 3 in. [Harl. 6252. p. ej.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Survey, 1728, 
p. 63. 

North-east view, ui pencil, of Roche Rocks ; drawn by 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9162. fol. ss. &.] 

Plan, in pencil, with measurements, of the chapel or hermita 
on Roche Rocks, belonging to the Eail of Falmouth ; 
on a scale of about 12 feet to an inch ; with a sketch of the 
arch of the cast window : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 5i.] 
Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. 
278. 

Pencil sketches of spear-heads found at Roche; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. {Add. 9462, fol. 7. &.] 

View, in pencil, of the hill called Roughton, in the parish of St. 
Breward, or Simon's Ward ; taken from the road between 
Camelford and Boscastle, Aug. 5 [1803 f] ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 5s. 4.] 

Small Hkutch, in pencil, of the square stone font in the church 
of Ruan Latiihome ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 2 iu. lAdtl. 9462. fol. St.] 

Small sketch, in pencil, of the figiu-e on a brass plate of Richard 
Trusteanc, (who died in 1664,) in the church of Ruan Lani- 
homo ; drau'n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 5*.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the church of 
Ruan Major; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. .51.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the ancient entrenchment called Caer> 
bran Caslle, in the parish of Sancreet ; drawn by the 
'Iliomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 3 iu. [Add. 6746. fol. u.] 



L 



CORNWALL. 265 

Sketch, in pencil, of a. sculptured cross at Sancreeti drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 54.] 

Sltetclies, in pencil, of moDuments and windows in Shev-iock 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 9462, fol. a.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in Sheviock Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in, [Add. 9462, fol. m.] 

A colored view of the rocking stone, called Miune-ambcr, in 
Sithney; drawn tttmp, James I., by John Norden: 5 in. x 

3 in. [Harl. 6252. p. la.] 

Engraved in Batcman's edition of Norden's Survey, 1728, 
p. 48. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular font on pillars in Soutbbill 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. 55.] 
Vieu~ and plan, in pencil and pen and ink, of Trematon Castle, 

in the parish of St, Stephen ; drawn by the Rev. Tliomas 

Kerricb : 8 in. x 6 in, [Adti. 6746. fol. ii,] 
Plan and sketch, in pencil, of part of Trematon Castle; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

. «.] 

§]^ew, in pencil, of Trematon Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : S in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462, fol. 57.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font of St. Stephen's, near 

Launceston ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. 61.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. ccxxxiii. 

'o sketches, in penoil, of the same circular stone font in the 

church of St. Stephen juxla X<auaceston; drawn by Samuel 

Lysons, Esq. : one 4 in. x 4 in,, the other 3 in. x 2 in, [Add. 

9462. fol. 5i. i.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular font on pillars in the church 

of St. Stephen's, near Saltasb ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462, fol. 55,] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the monument of a crusader in a north 

window of the north aisle, and of the circular stone font, in 

Stratton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 56,] 

A map, in pen and ink, of the hondred of Stratton, with refer- 
ences to shew the sites of tJie ancient barrows and " castles," 
or fortiiications ; drawn by Wrey J'ans, Esq,, of Whilstone 
House : 2 f. 9 in. X 1 f, 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 16.] 



266 CORNWALL. 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old < 
called " Grew's hill," adjoining to Stamford hill, in Stratton, 
ihe property of Mrs. Mary Harris ; drawn by Wrey Pans, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 94fi2. fol. u.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old castle, 
called " Yerdbury," in Slratton, the property of Lord Carteret 
and the Rev, T, Martin ; drawn by Wrey J'ana, Esq. ; 5 in. 
X 5 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i4.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements and description, of 
Binnamy, in the parish of Stratton, the property of Lord 
Carteret j drawn by Wrey J^ans, Esq. : 10 in. x 7 in. {Add. 
9462. fol. 13.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stooe font, carved pulpit, 
and a window, in Tamerton Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
Bons, Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 56.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the four hole cross near the S mile stone 

from Bodmin, on Temple Moors ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 7 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 21. b.] 
" Tindegal Island," or Tintagell Castle. See Western Coast 

OF Englaxd, p. 33, ante. 
A colored view of Tintagell Castle ; drawn temp. James I,, by 

John Norden : 5 in. x 3J in. [Hrirl. 6252. p. 80.] 

Engraved in Bateman's edition of Norden's Survey, 1728, 

p. 80. 
View, in Indian ink, of " Tindagel " Castle ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : in, x 3 in. [Add. 6746. fol. «.] 
Two views, in pencil, of Tintagell Castle ; drawn by Samuel 

Lyaons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. ff. 55. fc., S6.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of the south door of Tintagell Church; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. \^Add. 9462. 

fol. 56.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square font on pillars in Tintagell 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. 55. J.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Tintagell 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 4 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. ei.] _ 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. ccxxxiu. ^| 
Trefiry Castle, or Place House, in Fowey. See Fowey. ^I 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Tremaine Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 57.] 



TrematoQ Castle, in the parish of Sl Steplieii. See St. Ste- 
phen, 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Treneglos Church, 

and of an old cross of slate in the church-yard ; drawn by 

Samuel Ljsons, Esq.: 4 in. X 2 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 57.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular Elone font in Tresmeer Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9402. 

fol. ar.] 
Trethevie. See St. Clere. 
Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stouo font, and a cross, in 

Trevalga Church i drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 

2 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 57.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of carving in Trewardreth Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. sa.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of a window in Truro Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 58.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Tudy 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. 50.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Sl. Vcep's 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. .w.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font on pillars in Veryan 

Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 
Plan, in jiencil, of the ancient fortification called " Warbstow 

Bunows ;" drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of 450 

feet to an inch : 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9462. fol. la.] 
Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. iii. p. ccxlix. 
Plan and section, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ancient 

entrenchment called Warbstow Burrows ; drawn by Samuel 

Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of the north door and a window in 

Warbstow Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in VTarbstow Chnrch; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 61.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol iii. p. cczxxiii. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font in Warbstow 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol, ie- 6.] 



268 CORNWALL. 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old chapel at 
Wallsborow, the property of Sir F. BuUer, Bart. ; drawn by 
Wrey J'ans, Esq. : 10 in. x 7 m. [Add. 9462. fol. 13.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old ^' casUe," 
called Ashbury fortification, the property of John Hawkes, 
Esq., in the parish of Week St Mary; drawn by Wrey J^ana^ 
Esq. : 7 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 14.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old ^^ castle ** 
at Swannacot Wood, the property of Lord De DanstanTille^ 
in Week St Mary ; drawn by Wrey J'ans, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 14.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old ^castle** 
at Week St Mary, belonging to Sir Wm. Call, Bart ; drawn 
by Wrey J'ans, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 14.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in Whitstone Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Whitstone Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 58. 6.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old ^castle** 
in Hilton Wood, the property of Francis Rodd, Esq., in 
Whitstone ; drawn by Wrey J*ans, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in* 
[Add. 9462. fol. 14.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the old ^castle ^ 
in Frosestone Wood, the property of Lord Clinton, in Whit- 
stone ; drawn by Wrey Pans, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [AdUU 
9462. fol. 14.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in St Winnow's 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 58. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms in St Winnow's Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 

Yerdbury. See Stratton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in Zennor Church ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X S in. [Add. 9462. fol. 59.] 



CUMBERLAND. 



^^ A NEW Map of Cumberland, corrected from local obsenrations, 
especially in the north parts;" drawn in Indian ink, on a 
scale of 7 miles to an inch, in the year 1745, by George 
Smith, Esq., of Wigton [see Grough^s British Topography^ 
vol. i. p. 278] : 10]| in. X 9 in. [d? x. 5.] 

View, in pencil, of the dmidical circle of sixty-seven stones, 
850 feet in diameter, called Long Meg and her daughters, on 
an eminence in the parish of Addingham, about S miles from 
Kirk Oswald ; taken from the road leading from Olassonby 
to Little Salkeld ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 
7 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 76.'] 

See the AntiqtMrian Repertory y 1809, rol. iv. p. 458. 

View, in pencil, of the large dmidical circle of stones, called 
Long Meg and her daughters, in the parish of Addingham ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 8 in. x 9 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 62. b.] 

Highly finished outline drawing, in Indian ink, of a Roman 
altar, dedicated to the local deity Maponus^ preserved at 
Nunnery, formerly called Armathwaite, near Kirk Oswald, in 
the parish of Ainstable, the seat of the Aglionby and Bamber 
families ; it is uncertain where it was found, but probably at 
the neighbouring station of Flnmpton Wall; drawn by 
[Charles Alfred Stothard ?] : 6 in. x 8 in. {Add. 9462. fol. 

90.] 

Engraved in Lysons* Miigna Britannia^ vol. ir. p. civ. 
No. 67. 

Drawing, in pen and ink, of the inscription on the altar to Ma- 
ponuSy at Nunnery : 4 in. x 8 in. [fb x. 66.] 






370 CUHBBRUMD. 

Two drawiDgs, one in pencil, the other in pen and ink, of t 
Roman altar at Nunnery, dedicated to Maponus ; draid 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 4 in. x 3 in. \_Add. 949 

fol. 77.] 

Highly finished outline drawing of an upright pillar, with an 
oval stone on one side containing a cross and the word 
Sauctuarium, situated in a field called Cross Close, on a 
rising ground at a little distance from the seat of Richard 
Bamber, Esq., at Nunnery, in the parish of Ainstable; 
drawn by [Charles Alfred Stotbard ?J : 8 in. x 4 in. iAddt, 
9462. fol. 90.] 

Two drawings, one in pencil, tie other in pen and ink, of 
cross and inscription on the oval stone in the above mentioni 
pillar; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 2 in. x ij- in. [_. 
9462. fol. 170.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a grave-stone with a cross floree, and a 
sword and four coats of the arms of Denton, two of them 
wilb empalements, of " Johannes de Dentoun, Domiuus de 
Ainstaple," in the chancel of Ainstaple Church; drawn I 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 'S-lJ 

Engraved by Lysons, in bis Magna Britannia, vol. 
p. cxcv. fig. 2. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tombstone of "Johannes del 
toun," in Ainstaple Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.^ 
9 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ];i7.] 

Amboglanna or Burd-Oswald, a Roman station ne 
See Lanercost. 

Applethwalte Gill, under Skiddaw, in the parish of Crosthwiu 
See Crosthwaite. 

Armathwaite or Nunnery, in the parish of Ainstable. 
Ainstable. 

Sketch, in pencil, of Arthuret Cross ; drawn by Samuel Lysoni 
Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. {Add. 9462. fol. lio.] 

A highly finished colored plan of a Roman Hypocaustam or 
Bath, discovered in 1732, near the station at Netherby, on 
the river Esk, in the parish of Arthuret, with three sections; 
drawn on a scale of 10 feet to an inch, by Major-Genei 
William Roy, in 1752; with a description: 1 f. 7 in. x 1] 
[ft X. 63. a.] 

Engraved in Roy's Military Antiquitiet of the Romans i 
Britain, 1793, pi, xlvi., and in the Philosophical Trm 
actions, vol. 53, p. 134. 



CUMBERLAND, 271 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar, uacertaia where found, but 
preserved in the collection of the Rt. Hon. Sir James R, G. 
Graham, Bart., at Nelherby,in the parish of Arthuret ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. foL 

80. bJ] 

The inscription is printed in Lysona' Magna Britannia, 
Tol. iv. pi. cli. No. 12. 

Sketch, in pen and mk, with admeasurements, of a Roman 
altar, uncertain where found, but formerly used as " the head 
stone of the upper passage, betwixt the pillars and ontwall" 
of Lanercost Priory Church, and now preserved in Sir James 
Graham's collection at Nelherby ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 6 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. Bo.J 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cli. No. 16. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of a Roman 
altar in Sir James Graham's collection at Netherby ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 3 in. \_Add. 9462, fol. 

BO.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. ir. p. cliii. No. 46. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar, dedicated to Mogon, the 
local deity of the Gadeni, presented in Sir James Graham's 
collection at Netherby ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : S 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 95.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cliv. No. 52, 

Drawing, in pencil', with admeasurements, of a Roman altar, 
inscribed " Deo Vetiri Sanclo Andiatis v. s. 1. m. f.," in Sii 
James Graham's collection at Netherby; by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 4i in. X 3 in. [Add. 9402. fol. 78.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cliv. No. 56. 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of a Roman altar, dedicated to 

Fortune, discovered in an outer room of the Roman Hypo- 

caustum discovered at Netherby in 1732, now in Sir James 

Graham's collection : 6 in. x 4 in. [iS x. 63. i.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Afagna Britannia, 

L vol. iv, p, cUv. No, 62. See also the Philosophical Trans- 

I actions, vol. 03. p. 134. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman figure, in high relief, probably 
intended for the Genius of the Wall of Severus, now pre- 
served in Sir James Graham's collectiou at Netherby ; drawn 



272 CUMBBRLAND. 

hy Samael Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 0462. J 
79. ft.] 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Britannia, t<J 
p. clc. No. 71. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman bas-relief of a female sitting ii 
chair, with fruit in her lap; resembling the figure of t! 
local goddess Nehalennia, discovered in Zealand in 1640 
now preserved in Sir James Grahani''B collection at Netherfc 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add, 94f 
fol. 79. 6.] 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. q 
p. clvi. No. 72. 

Drawing, in pencil, with measurements, of a Roman inscriptii 
found at Netherby, and now in Sir James Graham's < 
lection ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 79.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britam 
vol. iv. p. clvi. No. 78. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription found at Netherby, 
and now in Sir James Graham's coUectioi] ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 5 in. {Add. 9462. fol. so. ft.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britam 
vol. iv. p. cliv. No. 79. 

Sketches, in pencil, of a sculptured Roman tablet, contfuning 

three figures, preserved in Sir James Graham's collection at 

Netherby i drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., with an enlarged 

drawing of one of the figures : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd, 9463. 

^ fol. 80. J.] 

Colored drawing of a Roman pitcher on three legs, found at 
Netherby ; drawn hy Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. i08.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the great arch of the chancel, and 
of capitals, in Aspatria Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 136.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a pillar of the doorway of Aspatria Church 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 J iu. x 4 iu. [Add. 946! 
fol. 136.] 



9463^ 

lun^^^l 



Two sketches, in pencil, of a grave-stone in Aspatria Chi 
yard, with a cross florae, and thus inscribed in Lombardic 
capitals, " Hie jacet Bartholomeus de Uchtersat," *'■ e. Outer- 
aide, one of the hamlets of that parish ; drawn by Samuel 



CUMBERLAND. 273 

Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 2^ in. [AM. 9462. fol. us. b.y 
124. i.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cxciv. fig. J. 

Sketchy in pencil, vriih admeasurements, of the monument of 
Bartholomasus de Uchtersat, in Aspatria Church-yard; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons,Esq. : 7 in. x 4} in. [Add, 9462. 
fol. 136.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sculptured grave-stone in the north 
aisle of Basscnthwaite Church, with a cross floree and sword, 
inscribed "Hie jacet Robertus de Hehmor;" drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

123. i.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cxciv. fig. 2. 

Two sketches, in pen and ink and pencil, of the grave-stone of 
Robert de Hehmor in Basscnthwaite Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

138.] 

A colored view of St. Bees' Church, and of the surrounding 
country : 9j in. x 7^ in. \jb x. 48. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of the arch of the great west door, 
and of a capital, in St. Bees^ Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i72.] 

Small sketch, in pencil, of the east end of St Bees' Church, and 
a sketch of one of the sculptured capitals ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. m. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the cross, with measurements, on the north 
side of St. Bees' Church : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 120.] 

A view, in pencil, of Ennerdale Bridge and Chapel, near Broad- 
water, in the parish of St. Bees: 1 f. x 7^ in. [^ x. 53.] 

A colored view of Overbeck Bridge on Wast Water, in the 
parish of St. Bees ; drawn by W. Green : 1 f. x 8 in. [d? x. 

68.] 

A highly finished plan, in bistre, of the town of Whitehaven, in 
the parish of St Bees ; drawn on a scale of 135 yards to an 
inch : 1 f. X 10 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 174. 6.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 23. 

Sketch, in pencil, of one end of the altar at Whitehaven, in St. 
Bees' ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 95.] 

N N 



274 CUMBERLAND. 

Elevations, in pencil and pen and ink, of the west (containing 
the Runic inscription) and north sides of the obelisk in Bew- 
castle Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 
in. X 6j in. [Add. 9462. fol. 109.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the south side of the obelisk in Bew- 
castle Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 8 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. no.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the east side of the obelisk in Bewcastle 
Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 4 
in. [Add, 9462. fol. ii4.] 

These elevations of the four sides are engraved by Lysonsi, 
in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. cxcix. 

Three sketches, in pencil, of the figures on the west side of the 
obelisk in Bewcastle church yard ; drawn by Samuel LysonSy 
Esq. : each 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. lis. &.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of details of the north side of the obe- 
lisk in Bewcastle Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : together 1 f. 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. foL ii3.] 

Three drawings, in Indian ink, the size of the originals, of the 
Runic knots on the sides of the obelisk in Bewcastle Church- 
yard ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Add, 9462. ff. no. 6., in, 

112.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Bootle Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 137. i.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of a hollow stone found at Bootle 
in 1810 ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 63.] 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, of a copper kettle on thr^ legs 
found at a Roman station, on a common called Eskmeals, 
near Ravenglass, adjoining a small inlet of the sea, in the 
parish of Bootle, in the south-west comer of the county, 
and now belonging to E. L. Irton, Esq. : 10 in. x 5 in.; with 
a drawing of the engraved characters or devices, the size of 
the originals. [Add. 9462. fol. loi.] 

The characters are engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna 
Britannia, vol. iv. p. ccviii. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of what seems to be a whetstone, found 
on a Roman station on Eskmeals, near Ravenglass, in the 
parish of Bootle ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 97.] 

Borrowdale, in the parish of Crosthwaite. See Crosthwaite. 



I 



CUMBERLANn. '379^ 

Sketch, in pencil, of the ancient font at Bowness, now in Mr. 
Langcake'a garden ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : <) } in. 
X 4 in. [Jdd. 9462. fol. i38.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of a sepulchral cross, with sword 
and arms, in the chancel of Bowness Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 5 in, [Add. 9462. fol. 

111.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a small Roman altar, now built up in the 
front of a bam belonging to Air. Anthony Langcake, at Bow- 
ness ; drawn by Samuel Lysona, Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [_Jdd. 
9462. fol. 85.] 

Engraved on wood, in Lysons' Magna Bri/annia, vol. iv. 
p. clii. No. 29. 

Flan, in Indian ink, of the lower dungeons of Naworlh Castle, 
in the parish of Brampton ; drawn on a scale of 1 1 feet to an 
inch : 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. lee. 6.] 
- Engraved in Lysons' Maffna Britannia, vol. iv. p. cciii. 

Two plans, in pencil, of the lower dungeons in Naworth Castle; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., ou the scale of 8 feet to an 
inch : each 9 in. x 5 in. {Add. 9462. ff. \66. h., ler.] 

[Three sketches, in pencil, of parts of the battlements, etc., of 
Naworth Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. I66.] 

'Drawing, in pen and ink, of a Roman inscription found in a 
wall of a house at Naworth, in the parish of Brampton, in 
April, 1744 : 6 in. X 2 in. [* x. 6i.] 

See the Gentleman's Magazine, 1744, p. 344. 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the cross 
in the church-yard of St. Bride, or Beckermot St. Bridget! ; 
draw*u by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 j in. [Jdd. 9463. 

fol. 119.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west side of the ancient inscribed stoue 
in the church-yard of Beckermot St. Bridgett, shewing the 
inscription ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 3^ in. 
[Jdti. 9462. fol. 119.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. 
cci. £g. 1. 

Two sketches, one in pen and ink, the other in pencil, of the 
west side of the cross in Beckermot St. Bridgett Church- 
yard; one 5i in. x 4 in., the other 8 in, x 4^ in. [Add. 
9462. fol. UH. b.l 



276 CUMBERLAND. 

A general view, in pencil, of the ruins of Calder Abbej, in the 
parish of St. Bride or St. Bridgett, founded for Cistertian 
monks, in the year 1134, by Ranulph de Meschines, the se- 
cond of that name, Earl of Chester and Cumberland: 1 f. x 
7 J in. [* X. 50. 6.] 

A view, in pencil, of the tower and part of the ruins of Galder 
Abbey, in St Bride : 1 1 in. x 8 J in. [* x. 50. dJ] 

A view, in pencil, of the interior of the ruins of Calder Abbej, 
in St. Bride : 1 f. x 7^ in. [sb x. 5o. c] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the circular arch of the west door of 
Calder Abbey ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 
in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 143. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of parts of three mutilated effigies of 
knights, in stone, in the north transept of Calder Abbey; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9402. 

fol. 143. 6.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the east window of the south aisle of 
Brigham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 3 in. x 

3 in. IJdd. 9462. fol. 142.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rich canopy over a monumental slab 
with a cross floree in the south wall of the south aisle of 
Brigham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 

4 in. IJdd, 9462. fol. 142.] 

A view, in pencil, of part of the hamlet of Buttermere, in the 
parish of Brigham : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [sb x. 49. b.] 

A colored view of the lakes of Buttermere and Crummock ; 
drawn by W. Green, in 1810 : 1 f. x 8J in. [0 x. 38. 6,] 

A view, in pencil, of Cockermouth Castle, in the parish of 
Brigham: 1 f . 2 in. x 10 in. [sb x. is. bJ] 

Drawing, in pencil, with measurements, of a Roman inscription 
(executed about a.d. 241) found in the area of Cockermouth 
Castle, about three feet below the surface, in 1803, after- 
wards belonging to the Earl of Egremont ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 79.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britanniay vol. iv. p. 
clxiii.— see also p. clviii. No. 99 ; and the Gentleman^s Maga- 
zine y vol. 77, p. 1009. 

A view, in pencil, of Lorton Bridge, in the parish of Brigham, 
with the adjoining great yew tree : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [tfi 

X. 60.] 



CUBCBEBIAND. 277 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the south door of Bridekirk Church, 
near Cockermouth ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9462, foL 138, i.] 

Four highly finished drawings, in bistre, of the sides of the 
richly sculptured font, with an inscription in Runic charac- 
ters, dug up at Papcastle in the parish of Bridekirk ; drawn 
by Charles A. Stothard: each 5 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 9462. fol. 

139.] 

Engraved (on two plates) in Lysons* Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. cxciii. 

Two drawings, in Indian ink, with descriptions, of the sides of 
the Bridekirk font : each 11 in. x 8 in. lAdd. 9462. ff. 139. 

5., 140.] 

Two pencil drawings, by Samuel Lysons, Esq., of one of the 
sides of the Bridekirk font : each 6 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. 
foL 141.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the Bridekirk font; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6736. fol. 

63.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the door on the south side of 
Bromfield Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 14«. bJ] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monumental slab, with a cross and arms, 
under an obtuse arch in the north wall of the north aisle of 
Bromfield Church, supposed to be that of Adam of Crokdake, 
Knight ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. j^ 7 in. x 3^ in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 142. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman camp, about 380 paces in circuit, 
on the common about ^ mile east of Scales, in the parish of 
Bromfield ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 142. 6.] 

Burd-Oswald, the Roman station of Amboglanna, near Laner- 
cost. See Lanebcost. 

Plans, in Indian ink, of the ground floor and upper chamber of 
the tower of Burgh on the Sands Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: -each 3iJ in. x 3i in. [Add. 9462. ff. i4i. 6., 

166.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. cxci. 

Plans, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the ground floor 
and upper chamber of the tower of Burgh on the Sands 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 143.] 



278 CTMBEfiLAXD. 

Elevation, in pencil, with admeasnrements, of the iron door of 
the tower of Borgh on the Sands ; drawn bj Samuel Lij80ii% 
Esq. : 7 in« X 4 in. [Add, 9462. foL i4i. &.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the iron door of the tower of iibm 
chnrch of Bnrgh on the Sands : 4^ in. x 2| in. [Add, 9462. 
fol. 111-3 

Sketch, in pencil, of a small portable Roman altar, dedicated to 
Belaiuc€uier^ found between Borgh Castle and Wormelbjf 
and in the possession of Mr. Wilson^ of West End, in Burgji 
on the Sands ; drawn by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 145.] 

Engraved on wood, in Ljsons' Magna Briianniay vol. iv. 
p. cliii. No. 44. 

Buttermere, in the parish of Brigham. See Brigham. 

Calder Abbey, in the parish of St. Bride. See St. Bride. 

Canonby. See Cboss-Cakonby. 

Carlisle, Old, in the parish of Westward. See Westward. 

A plan of" the citie off Carlesle ;" drawn temp, Henry VTII., 
on a scale of 100 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [Cott. 
Aug. I. i. 13.] 

^^ Ancient plan of the city of Carlisle, from a drawing in the 
British Museum,** being a highly finished reduced copy in 
outline, in pencil, from the preceding ; by Frederic Nash : 
1 f. 1 in. X 10 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 145.] 
Engraved in Lysons^ Magfia Britannia, vol. iv. p. 58. 

Two fragments of a large plan of the fortifications of Carlisle, 
containing the east and west sides ; drawn temp. Henry YIIL, 
by Stepbanus de Haschenperg: one 3 f. 9 in. x 1 £, the 
other 2 f. x 11^^ in. [Cott. Aug. i., Suppl. 8 and 9.] 

A plan of '^ the castell of Carliell, xx. feete in thinche ;** 
drawn temp. Henry VIII. : 3 f. x 1 f. 8 in. [Cott. Aug. I. 
i. 11.] 

Flan of Carlisle Castle, reduced ^^ from a drawing in the British 
Museum,*'* the preceding ; drawn in bistre : 10 in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 147.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. cciii. 

^' A platt of certen grounde about Carleile, for demonstration of 
a breech of the river of Eaden, Jan. 1572 :'' 1 f. 10 in. X 1 
f 8 in. [Coil. Aug. i. i. 13.] 



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CUMBERLAND. 279 

Plan de Carlisle,^' being a colored plan shewing the walls and 
churches ; drawn by a French artist, about the year 1650 : 1 
f. 9 in. X 1 f. 4 in. lAdd. 11,564. art. 23.] 

A colored " plan of the city and castle of Carlisle, 1725," with 
part of the adjacent country ; drawn on a scale of 280 feet to 
an inch : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [sb x. 14.] 

A colored " plan of the city and castle of Carlisle, 1741,** and of 
the adjacent country; with two sections, one from the castle to 
Stanwix's banks on the opposite side of the Eden, the other 
to the high land on the opposite side of the Caldew; drawn, 
on a scale of 280 feet to an inch : 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f . 7 in. [sb 

X. 15.] 

A colored outline plan of the city and castle of Carlisle, shew- 
ing a scheme for their fortification on a very extensive scale ; 
drawn, probably in 1745, on a scale of about 200 feet to an 
inch: 1 f. 4 in. x 11 in. [sb x. 16.] 

An outline of the fortifications of Carlisle Castle, copied appa- 
rently from part of the preceding plan, * x. i6 : 7 in. x 7 in. 
[i& x. 17. d.] 

A colored " plan of a new work for strengthening that part of 
Carlisle Castle facing the town. Carlisle Jan. 20th, 1746 ;^ 
drawn on a scale of 50 feet to an inch, with a section on a 
scale of 20 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [^ x. 

17. c] 

A colored view of the city, cathedral, and bridge of Carlisle ; 
drawn apparently about the year 1800 : 1 f. 2 in. x 9j in. 
[^ x. 17. b.] 

A highly finished plan, in bistre, of the city of Carlisle ; drawn 
on a scale of 130 yards to an inch : 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 146.] 

Engraved in Lysons^ Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 56. 

A proof impression of the engraved plan of Carlisle in the 
Magna Britannia, with Ms. additions in pencil ; by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. x 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 146. 5.] 

A north view, in pencil, of Carlisle Castle ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 176. 5.] 

Plan and section of a vaulted chamber attached to and within 
the wall of the city of Carlisle, between the citadel and the 
deanery ; drawn by Frederic Nash : each 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 147.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. ccvii. 




ctrmsiLun). 

, of Cadule CaAe^il; 
dnwn br Fretleric SaA, on a scale of abottt 16 fefl to m 
inch: 1 fl 3 in. X It [Jdd. OlOi. foL lu.] 

Fba, in iDiHan ink, of Caifisle Calbedral ; drawn bj Frederic 
Nasli, on a scale of 30 &ct lo an iach : I f. 3 in. x 9 in. 
[J<W. 9462. foL 119.] 

Engrared in Ljeoos' ilayna Britamma, vol. it-, p. 70. 

Unfinished plan, io pencil, of part of Carible Cathedral and 
ad)ac«nl bnadings ; dranm by Fmieric Nash : 1 f. B 
1 f. 2 in. lAdd. 946-2. foL u:.] 

Higblj finished oatline eleration and plan, in pencD, of tha^ 
east end of Carlisle Catbedral ; dnim on a scale of 12 feet 
to an inch, b^ Frederic Na&h : I f. 2 in. x 10 in. [Add, 
9462. fol. ive.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. cxc. 

Highly finished oatline elevation and plan, in pencil, of the cast 
end of Carlisle Cathedral ; drawn on a scale of 7 feet 
inch ; by Frederic Nash : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [AdA. 
9462. fol. m.] 

Eleration, in pencil, with details and measnremenlfi, of part 
of the east end of Carlisle Cathedral; drawn by Frederic 
Nash : 1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. lAdd. 9462. fol. i3o.] 

Elevation, in pen and inls, of the upper part of the great east 
nindow of Carlisle Cathedral, " as far as I can make it out 
from a drawing by Miss Crompton ;" drawn by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. \_Add. 6747. foL 55.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of a window in the Eonth aisle of 
Carlisle Cathedral, taken from within, " by M. Cnunpton;' 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4 in. [^<ML J 
6747. fob 1S6.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of a feint arch in the north saA& of I 
Carlisle Cathedral, and of part of the same arch enlarged jf 
"M. Cnimpton del. Aug. 12, 1816:" each 8 in. x 5 ini| 
[Add. 67 J4. ff. ,w,37.] 

Sketcli, in pencil, of an altar-tomb under a rich canopy in St.] 
Catharine's Chapel in Carlisle Cathedral, supposed to befl 
that of Bp. Barrow, who died in 1429 ; drawn by Samuel Ly-j 
sons, Esq.: 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol, i«.] 

Highly finished outline drawing of a Roman altar found in Scotclil 
Street, Carlisle, in the year 17S7, containing in bas-relief the J 



^ 
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CUMBBBLAND. 281 

figure of a deity, supposed iSiVoanus : 3 J in. x 2^10. [Add. 
9462. fol. ■■0.] 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. 
p. cliv. No. 59. See also the ArcheBologin, vol. ix. p. 221. 

Sketch, iD pencil, of a Roman iDscription found at Carlisle, now 
in the possession of Mr. Matthews, of Wigton ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. {Add. 9462. fol. 85.] 

Castlesteads, or Cambeck Fori, a Roman station in the parish of 
Inhington, See iRTHlNtiTON. 

Cockemioulh, in the parish of Brigham. See Brtgham. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription on a rock called Comb 
I Crag, on the river Trthing, about two miles from Naworth 
I Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in, x 4 in. {Add. 
9462. fol. &i.1 
Corby Castle, in tlie parish of Wetherall. See Wetherall. 
Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a sepulchral stone, 
with a cross and sword, in Comey Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 3 in. {Add. 9462. fol. !«.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of a sculptured slone cross in Croglin 
Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 iu. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. i«.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Cross Canonbj 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. iM. h.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of two sculptured sides of a Roman altar, 
found before the year 1359, at the Roman station of Ellen- 
borough, near Maryport in the parish of Cross Canonby, and 
now in the possession of the Earl of Lonsdale, at Whitehaven 
Castle, being the largest allar ever found in England ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 83. fi.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. 
clxxii. figs. 2 and 3. 

Sketcli, iu pencil, of the side of the preceding Roman altar 
containing an inscription; drawn by Samuel Lj'sons, Esq.: 
8 in. X 6 iu. [Add. 9462. fol. ay.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv, p. 
clxxii. fig. 1 ; the inscription is also printed in p. cliv. No. 3. 

Sketches, in pencil, of a tablet of stone containing a Greek 
dedicatory inscription to JEsculapius, found at tlie Roman 
station of Ellenborough, near Maryport; and of a Roman 



282 «UMB£BLAND. 

Samian vase with a raised inscription^ now in the coUectioii 
of Humphrey Senhouse, Esq., at Netherhall, in the parish 
of Cross Canonby ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 69. b.] 

The tablet is engraved, on wood, in Lysons* Magna 
Britannia^ vol. iv. p. civ. No. 65. 

Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a Roman altar, 
dedicated to the local goddess Setlocenia^ found at Ellen- 
borough, and now in the collection at Netherhall, the seat of 
Humphrey Senhouse, Esq. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons^Esq.: 
4 in. X 3 in. [Jdd. 9462. fol. 78.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. civ. No. 68. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription found at a ford where 
* the Roman road between Maryport and Papcastle crossed 
the river Ellen ; now in the collection of Humphrey Sen- 
house, Esq., at Netherhall; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 86.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. clxi. No. 133. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a Roman inscription, found in the 
Roman station of Ellenborough, near Maryport, now at 
Netherhall, in the collection of Humphrey Senhonse, Esq. ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9462. 
fol. 94.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons^ Magna Britanniaj 
vol. iv. p. civ. No. 69. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription found at Maiyport a 
few years since ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. 84.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britamiia^ 
vol. iv. p. clix. No. 109. 

Colored drawing of a figure of St. Anthony in a north window 
of Crosthwaite Church, Cumberland ; by Samuel. LysonSy 
Esq. : 1 f. 3 in. X 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i5o. 6.] 

A view, in pencil, of part of Applethwaite Gill, under Skiddaw, 
in the parish of Crosthwaite : 11 in. x 8 J in. \sb x. 34. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Bridge at Borrowdale, in the 
parish of Crosthwaite : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [ft x« si. t. d.] 

A distant view, in pencil, of the mountain in which are the 
black lead or wad mines, in Borrowdale, in the parish of 
Crosthwaite ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 176.] 



CUMBERLAND*. 283 

A view, in pencil, of Lower Wad Mine House, where the 
"black lead" for pencils is found, in the parish of Cros- 
thwaitc, on the side of a very sleep mountain at the head of 
Borrowdale: 1 f. x 7j in. [^ x. 7i. 2. 6.] 

A view, in pencil, of Upper Wad Mine House, Borrowdale : 
1 f. X 7J in. [* X. 71. 2. c] 

Four sketches, in pencil, with admeasurements, of Roman an- 
tiquities, viz.: a spear head, axe head, sword, and lamp, 
found on the Castle hill in Borrowdale ; now in Mr. Button's 
museum at Keswick; dravm by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 
lAdd. 9462. fol. 99.] 

A colored view of St. John's Vale, in the parish of Crosthwaite ; 
drawn by W. Green : 1 f. x 8 in. [* x. 32.] 

Plan, in pencil, with admeasurements, apparently of the druid- 
ical circle of stones about a mile and a half south-east of the 
town of Keswick, in the parish of Crosthwaite, on the south 
side of the road to Penrith ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 76.] 

Drawing, in pencil, with measurements, of a Roman inscription 
found in Cumberland, but the place not now known, and 
preser\xd in Mr. Crosthwaite's museum at Keswick ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

78.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. clx. No. 140. 

A colored view of the Lakes of Crummock and Buttermere ; 
drawn by W. Green, in 1810 : 1 f. x SJ in. [* x. 38. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the effigies of a lady lying on the floor of 
Cumrew Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 149. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of two figures of bears with ragged staves 
at the comers of Pacre Church-yard; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i5i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of three of the sides of the square font in 
Dearham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. ff. i49. 6., 150.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in the Magna Britanniay vol. iv. 
p. cxciv. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of a grare-stone in Deariiam Church, 
without any inscription, but with a veij rich cross florte, 
from the staJT of which proceed branches of oak ; on one nde 

o o 2 



284 CUMBERLAND. 

is a book, on the the other a pair of shears ; drawn by Samuel 
LysonSy Esq.: each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. ffl isa. b*, 

160.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cxcv. pi. ii. fig. 1. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the inscribed stone in Dearham Church 
now used as the transom stone of a window ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 121.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. 
cci. fig. 2. 

Three sketches, in pencil, of a grave-stone placed as a trantom 
stone over one of the windows on the south side of the nave 
of Dearham Church, with a cross florae and sword, having 
the words " Kestula Radulp[hi]" in rude characters; drawn by 
Samuel Lysous, Esq. : each 7 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. ff. 

122. 6., 124. 6., 160.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cxciv. fig. 3. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sculptured grave-stone in Dearham 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 150.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sculptured' stone cross in the church- 
yard of Dearham ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 116.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cci. fig. 5. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the upper part of Dearham Cross ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 2^ in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

117.] 

Sketch, in pencil, the size of the original, of the stained glass 
figure of St. Aidan, Bishop of Lindisfam, carrying the head 
of Oswald, King of Northumberland, formerly in a north 
window of the chancel of Edenhall Church; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [Add. 9462. fol. 

152.] 

A reduced copy, in pencil, of the preceding drawing; by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 153.] 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Brilanniay vol. iv. 
p. cxcii. 

Colored drawing of the curious ancient enamelled drinking 
glass, belonging to Sir John Chardin Musgrave, Bart., called 
the ^' Luck of Edenhall,'' on the preservation of which the 



CUMBERLAND. 285 

prosperity of the house of Musgrave of Edenhall is said to 
depend : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 153.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britanniay vol. iv. p. ccix. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the "Luck of Edenhall;'^ drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 153. b.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, the size of the original, of the top of 
the leathern case in which the " Luck of Edenhall ^ is kept ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, l^sq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9462. 
fol. 153.] 

Engraved, on a reduced scale, in the Magna Britanniay 
vol. iv. p. ccix. 

Sketches, in pencil, of arches at the east end of Egremont 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 154.] 

A south-west view, in pencil, of Egremont Castle : If. x 7 in. 
[^ X. 19. 1. 6.] 

Ellenborough, Roman station so called, near Maryport, in the 
parish of Cross Canonby. See Cross Canonby. 

Ennerdale, in the parish of St Bees. See St. Bees. 

Eskmeals, in the parish of Bootle. See Bootle. 

• . ^ 

Sketches, in pencil, of the ornamented capitals of two pilasters 

between the nave and chancel of Gosforth Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

156.] 

Two elevations, in pencil, of the north and west sides of Gos- 
forth Cross ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. x 5 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. ii7.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cci. figs. 1, 2. 

Five sketches, in pencil, containing elevation, with measure- 
ments and details, of the sculptured parts of Gosforih Cross ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. ff. 114. 6., 115.] 

The east and south sides are engraved by Lysons, in his 
Ma^na Britannia^ Vol. iv. p. cci. figs. 3, 4. 

Greaves, in the parishes of Greystoke and Dacre. See Gret- 

STOKE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a grave-stone of John, Lord Gray- 
stock, in the chancel of Greystoke Church, with a cross 
florae, with a shield charged with three cushions (the arms 



286 cnUBERLAND, 

of the first family of Greystoke) ; drawn by Samuel LysOQS, 
Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 9462. fol. i55.] • 

Engraved, on wood, in the Magtia BriUinnia, vol. iv. p. 
cxcvi, 

A pencil sketch of the same stone ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 1 
Esq. : 1 f. X 4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol i.ij.] 

A plan, on vellum, of two tenements, called Greaves and Hes- | 
kels, in the parishes of Greystoke and Dacre, the property ] 
of Thomas Leigh, Esq.; surveyed in January, 1799, by J 
Joseph Bell; drawn on a scale of two Gunter's chains to aa j 
inch: 2 f. 8 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,693. a.'\ 

A sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Grinsdals J 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 ' 
lAdd. 9462. fol. i5(i.] 

Plan, in pencil, of one of the Roman encampments on Grins^ ] 
dale Common ; drawn on a scale of 95 feet to an inch, by j 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. X 1 f. [Add. 9462. fol. 6i.\ 

General plan, in Indian ink, of the Roman encampments on , 
Grinsdale Common, drawn on a scale of 3 chains (each 29 I 
yards) to an inch ; by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 1 f. x 8 in. I 
{Add. 9462. fol. 65.] ■ 

Sketch, in pencil, qf part of the low cross in the church-yard of ] 
Hadingbam; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 5 in. x 4 in. f 
lAdd. 9462. fol. 156. i.] 

Hard-knot castle, an ancient entrenchment on the hill near tba I 
road towards Kendal, in the parish of Muncaster. See Mtnr- I 



Heskets, in the parishes of Greystoke and Dacre, See Ghky- j 

STOKE. 

Elevation and plau, in pencil, with measurements, of the abbey 1 
church of Holme Cuilram ; drawn by Frederic Nash : 1 f. 4 1 
in. X 11 in. [Add. 9462, fol. laa.] 

Two sketches of details, with sections and measurements, of 1 
various parts of the abbey church of Holme Cultram ; drawn jT 
by Frederic Nash : each 1 f. 4 in. x II in. [Add. 9462, ff. | 

Elevation, in pencil, with plans, details, and measurements, of I 
a richly ornamented window in the abbey church of Holm*|| 
Cultram; drawn by Frederic Nash, in November, 1814: Iff 
4 in. X 11 in. [Add. 9462. fol. iw,] 



CUMBERLAND. 287 

Sketches, in peocil, of arms and capitals in the abbey of Holme 
• Cultrara ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 156. 6.] 

Highly finished colored plans of Newton Arlosh Church, in the 
parish of Holme Cultram, and of the second and third stories 
of the tower ; drawn by Lewis Vulliamy, on a scale of 8 feet 
to an inch : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 169.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. cxci. 

Colored section, from east to west, of Newton Arlosh Church ; 
drawn by Lewis Vulliamy: 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 169.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. cxci. 

South-west and north-east views, in Indian ink, of Newton Ar- 
losh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 8 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 169. 6.] 

The first is engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. iv. p. 
cxci. 

South-west view, in pen and ink, of Newton Arlosh Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. 

fol. 169.] 

Howgill, near Walton. See Walton. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of architectural details of Hutton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462.- fol. 162.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a cross and arms on a ruined tomb on the 
east side of Hutton Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i6i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monumental slab with an ornamented 
cross and sword in St John's Church, Beckermont ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

137. 6.] 

St. John's Vale, in tlie parish of Crosthwaite. See Cbos- 

THWAITE. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of a grave-stone, probably of the time 
of Henry IL, with a cross floree and sword, and the in- 
scription " Hie jacet Radulpus," in Irthington Church-yard ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
9462. ffi 122. b.j 124. J.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Ma^a BrUannia, vol. iv. p. 
cxciv. fig. 2. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription on the upper part of . 
a sepulchral monument found at Castlesteads, or Cambeck 
Fort, in the parish of Irthington, before the year 1 742, and 



288 CUMBERLAND. 

now in the possession of William Johnson, Esq., of Walton 
Hotise, near Castlesteads ; drawn bj Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 9i.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. clx. No. 141. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar found in the station of 
Castlesteads, and now in the possession of William Johnson, 
Esq. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 87.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cliii. No. 36. 

Keswick, in the parish of Crosthwaite. See Crosthwaite. 

Colored drawing of a Roman inscribed stone found, about the 
year 1800, at Kirksteads, near Kirk- Andrews Moor, about a 
mile south of the village of Kirk- Andrews upon Eden ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 3 in. {^Add. 9462. foL 

88.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. 
clxii. fig. 1. — see also p. clviii. No. 95. 

A colored " plan of Solway Moss or Flow, (which took place in 
Nov. 1771,) with the adjacent grounds, in the parish of Kirk 
Andrew upon Esk, taken by the eye in the month of Januaiy, 
1772, by John Ainslie, surveyor ;'* shewing also the disputed 
land on the march between England and Scotland, called the 
Scotch Dike, with the boundaries claimed respectively by 
Mr. Graham and the Duke of Buccleuch ; dra^n without 
a scale, but about 3 inches to a mile : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 3 
in. \sb X. 8.] 

A highly finished colored plan of Liddil Moat, in the parish of 
Kirk Andrews upon Esk, called a '^ Roman post nearNctherby, 
on the river Esk," but more probably the site of a castle an- 
ciently belonging to the Stotevilles,and afterwards to the Lords 
AVake of Liddell ; with two sections, one north and south, 
the other east and west ; drawn on a scale of 60 feet to an 
inch : 1 f. 5 in. x lOi^ in. [sb x. 58.] 

Highly finished drawing, in bistre, of a silver ornament, said to 
be of Saxon workmanship, found at Kirkoswald ; drawn by 
Frederic Nash : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 107.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britanniay vol. iv. p. ccvii. 
The original is now preser\'ed in the Department of Anti- 
quities in the British Museum. 

A view, in pencil, of the ruins of part of Lanercost Priory : 1 f. 
X 7} in. [* X. b7, d.] 



CUMBERLAND. 289 

Outline elevation and plan, in pencil, of the west end of Laner- 
cost Priory Church ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a scale of 
10 feet to an inch: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. l^dd. 9462. fol. 

Engraved, on a Emaller scale, in Lysons' Manila Britannia, 
vol. iv, p. cxc. 

Highly finished elevation, in Indian ink, of part of the interior 
of the nave of Lanercost Priory Church ; drawn by Lewis 
Vulliamy, on a scale of 5 feet to an inch: 10 in. x 7^ in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 131.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. cxc. 

Elevation, in pencil, with details and measurements, of part of 
the interior of the choir of Lanercost Priory Church ; drawn 
by Frederic Nash, on a scale of about 5 feet to an inch : 1 f. 

6 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. i3i.] 

Engraved, on a smaller scale, in Lysons' ilia^iiajSr/ZanHia, 
vol. iv, p, clxxxix. 

Sketch, in pencil, with details and measurements, of an inscribed 
pillar found in the church-yard at Lanercost, and now fixed 
up in a bara near the Priory ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
I f. X 10 in. [Add. 0462. fol. li-i.'] 

A dramng, in pen and ink, of a Roman inscription, forming 
" the head-stone of the upper passage betwixt the pillars and 
outwalls of tlie old abbey of Lanercost, discovered by ma- 
sons at work there, 8 June, 1744:" 5j in. x 5 in, [* x. 
57. c] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cli. No. 13. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar found in 1808, in the founda- 
tion of one of lie watch towers of the Roman wall at Banks- 
head, near Lanercost Priory ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 

7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 87.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cliii. No. 50. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription in a wall at Burdos- 
wald ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. ^Add. 
9462. fol. 86.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. clx. No. 132. Burdoswald, or Amhoglanna, was 
the tenth station on the Roman wall, about two miles from 
the eastern limits of the county from Northumberland, and 
near Lanercost. 



990 



CDMBERLAKD. 



Bkelcb, in pencil, of part of the Roman wall remaining, ab< 
4 feet high in part, for some hnudred yards nest of Burdo»- 
» aid ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
946-2. fol. ys.] 

Two sketches, in ]ienci1, of a Roman inscription found in tbe 
Roman station at Burdoswald, about the year 1802, and 
afterwards, ki 1813, in the possession of George Uenry Law, 
Bishop of Chester, in the garden of his prebendal house, at 
Carlisle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. »462. ff. 79, 87. 6.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. clviii. No. 97. 

Homan inscription in an outhouse of Mr. Laws at Old Wal]^ 
about (i miles east from Carlisle ; drawn by Samuel Lysonsj 
Esq.: 5 in. X 4 in. \_Add. 9462. fol. 84.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna BriianmOf 
vol. iv. p. clix. No. 107. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar found at Buidoswald, or 
Wiilowford, now in the possession of Henry Howard, Esq., 
of Corby Castle; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. 35.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. civii. No. 89. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rude and mutilated bas relief of a man 
holdinif a basket, now over the door of the cow-house at 
Wiilowford ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. i74.] 

Highly finished drawings, in bistre, by Charles Alfred Stothai 
of the sculptured figures, representing Jupiter, Apollo, Mai 
Mercury, aud Venus, on five Roman altars, found in 1813, 
at the Roman station of Old Penrith, or Plunipton Wall, in 
the parish of Lazonhy: each 34 in. x 2^ in. [Add. 04ffi 
fol. 9».] 

Engraved by Heniy Moses, in Lysons' Magna Britanm 
vol. iv. p. clxxxviii. 

Drawings, in Indian ink, by John Studholme, of the five Roiimi 
sculptured figures found at Plumpton Wall, in LazonbyP 
each 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ■yi.'\ 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar found within the area of 
the Roman station at Plumpton Wall, in Lazouby, about 
tlie year 1783, now in Mr. Hutton's museum, at Keswick; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 1)462. 
fol. B8.] 



Maw^^ 
1813, 
3lI1, in 

3Dby^H 



CUMBBSIAND. 



291 



The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
.vol. iv. p. cliii. No. 37. See also the Arclunologia, vol. 10. 
■ p. 118. 

■ Drawing, in Indian ink, the size of the original, of a Koman 
altar, with an inscription, found at Flumpton Wall, in La- 
zonby: 1 f . x 9 in. [Add. 946-2. fol. gj.] 

Small sketches, in pencil, of the preceding 'Roman altar; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. [Aiid. 9463. fol. n. i.] 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. 
p. cliv. No. 54. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a Roman inscription found at Lough, 
near Plumpton Wall> in Lazonby, and placed in the garden 
of Dr. Fleming, Dean of Carlisle, at Great Salkeld ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 

7B. J.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 

vol. iv. p. clvi. No. 73. 
Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription found at Plumpton 

Wall, in Lazonby, now in Mr. Hulion's museum, Keswick; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : Sj in. x i^ in. [Add. 

S462. fol. 84.] 
The inscription is printed in Lysons' Maijna Britannia, 

vol. iv. p. clviii. No. 92. 
Drawing, in pencil, of the lower part of a Roman inscription, 

from Plumpton Wall, in Lazonby, now preserved in Mr. 

Hutton's museum, at Keswick; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 78.] 
The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 

vol. iv. p. clviii. No. 93. 
Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar, with an inscription much 

obliterated, at the comer of a cottage at Plumpton, in La- 
zonby ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 

9462. fol. 172.] 
Two sketches, in pencil, of a Roman Hbula of gold, belonging 

to Mr. Sanderson, found at the station near Flumpton Wall, 

in Lazonby ; drawn by Richard Smirke. [Add. 9462. fol. 

99. b.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. clxxxvii. 
figs. 5, 6, 7, 8. 
Liddell's Moat in the Parish of Kirk Andrews upon Esk. See 

Kirk Andrews. 
Long Meg and her Daughters, a circle of stones so called, in 
the parish of Addingham. See Addinohah. 

p p 2 



293 CDHBERLAND. 

Lorton Bridge, in the parish ofBrighani. See BaiOHAfl^ 

Maryport, or Ellenborough, in the parish of Cross Canonby. 
See Choss Canonbv. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monumental slab in Melmerby Church, 
with a cross iloree, having a sword on one side and a shield 
on the other^, charged with a maunch, the arras of Threlkeld, 
which family possessed the manor aa early as the reign of 
K. Edward I. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 3 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. is:;.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. 
cxcv. fig. 3. 

A view, in pencil, of Muncaster Hall, the seat of Ix>wth^ 
Pennington, Lord Muncaster : 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. \j^ x 

«-. ».] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Muncaster Cross ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq.: 7 in. X 4 in. \_Add. 9462. fol. lio.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Mai/na Britannia^ vol. iv. 



3 
1^ I 



Sketch, in pencil, of part of Muncaster Cross ; dravra by Si 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. lAdd. 9462. fol. iir.] 

Plan, in pencil, of the Roman station on Hardtnot Hills, in 
the parish of Muncaster, about 200 yards on the left of the 
present road from Whitehaven to Kendal, near the road to 
Ambleside and Kendal: 9 iu. x 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 94.] 

Plan, in Indian ink, with measurements, of tlie Roman en- 
trenchment called Hardknot Castle, in the parish of Mun- 
caster; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 7 in. ^Adil, 
9462. fol. 161.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a kettle on three legs found on 1 
sands near Ravenglass, in the parish of Muncaster, in 1 
possession of E. L. Ireton, Esq. : 1 f. x 10 in. [Add. 9409 
fol. 105.] 

Naworlh, in the parish of Brampton. See Brampton. 

Netherby, in the parish of Arthuret. See Arthuret. 

Netherhall, in the parish of Cross Canonby. See Ca 
Canonby. 

Newton Arlosh Church, i 

HOLME-CCLTRAII. 

Overbeck Bridge, on Wast water. 
See St. Bees. 



n 



the parish of Holme-Cultram. 

the parish of St. B« 



CCHBBRLAND. 293 

Slight sketch, in pencil, of three stone stalls in the chancel of 
Ousby Church ; drawn by Samuel Lyaons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9462. fol. i7i.] 

Penrith, Old, in the parish of Lazonhy, about two miles from 
Hutton Hall, on the grand military road leading directly to 
Carlisle. See Lazonbv. 

Sketch, in pencil, of Penrith Castle ; drawn by Samuel LysonB, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 2i in. [Add. 0462. fol. i7i. 6.] 

View, in pencil and Indian ink, of the two pillars in Penrith 
Church-yard between which are four large stones, commonly 
called the Giant's Grave ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 9 
in. X 7 in. [Jdil. 9J63. fol. ub.] 
See the Archatologia, vol. ii. p. 48. 

PJumpton Wall, or Old Penrith, ii 
Lazonby. 



the parish of Lazonby. ' See 



I 

I 
i 



Ravenglass, in the parish of Muncaater. See MtrNCASTER, 

View, in pencil, with measurements, of the five hole stone cross 
in Rockliffe Church-yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ii6.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. ir. p. 
cci. fig. 6. 

Elevation, in pencil, of Rocklifie Cross ; dravro by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq.: 6 in. X 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ii7.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of a grave-stone, apparently of an 
officer of the forest of Englewood, with a cross floree, on one 
side of which is a sword and girdle, on the other a bugle 
horn, now over the fire-place in the lower of Great Salkeld 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9462. ff. li:!, 170. J.] 

Engraved by Lysons, in his Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. 
cxcv. fig. 1. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepulchral cross, with a book on one 
side and an bonr-glass on the other, in the church-yard at 
Great Salkeld ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 172.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the north side of the ruins of Scaleby 
Castle; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 170,] 

Small sketch and plan, in pencil, of the north side of the ruins 
of Scaleby Castle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. X 
4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. ITO. &.] 



CDHBBBLAND. 



Solway Moss, in the parish of Kirk Andrews upon Esk. 



KiE 



Anorews. 

.ketclie 



Four sketclies, in pencil, of arches and capitals in Tarpenhoe 
Church; drawn bj? Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each Sin. x 3|^ia. 
[Add. 9462. fol. 173.] 

A colored view of part of Ulswater Lake ; drawn by William 
Green : I f. x Bj in. [ft x. 4.^. «.] 

Wad Mines, in the parish of Crosthwaite. See Cbosthwaite. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the cross over the door of the nave of Wal- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9402. fol. i2i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of Walton Cross ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 3i in. x 2 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 1I7.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepulchral stone, with a cross, having on 
one side a pair of shears, now set up against the south side of 
Walton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. tl462. fol. iJ3. i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar, supposed to have been 
found at Walton, with a figure in bas-relief of a rural deity ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 iu. x 3 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. 97.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription at Howgill, near 
Walton, on one side of the door of the farm-house ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 68.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Maijna Britannia 
vol. iv. p. clviii. No. 100. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar formerly in the garden of & 
cottage at Howgill, afterwards, in 1813, in the possession of 
Mr. W. Bell, of Gillsland Spa; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 6 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9462. fol. Be. b.] 

Two drawings, one in pen and ink, the other in pencil, of a Ro- 
man altar formerly in a cottage garden at Howgill, near the 
Roman wall, not far from Walton, afterwards, in 1813, in Uie 
possession of Mr. Wm. Bell, of Gillsland Spa; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons,-£8q. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 
87.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia^ 
vol. iv. p. cliii. No. 48. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of Roman antiquities found at Walton; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9462. fol. 97.] 



¥ 



COHBESLAND. 295 

Elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of Warwick or WarthwicU 
Clmrcli, about four miles from Carlisle; drawn by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. «9:e.] 

Wastwater, in the parish of St. Bees. See St. Bees. 

A drawing, in pen and ink, of a Roman altar dug up before the 
year 1756 near Old Carlisle, in the parish of Westward, about 
one mile south of Wigton ; it is now in the collection of Sir 
James Graham, at Netherby : 8 in, x 5} in. [A x. 51.] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. cli. No. 17. 

Two drawings, one colored, the other in pen and ink, of the 
preceding Roman altar: drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. U5. J.] 

The colored drawing is engraved in the Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv. p. clxv. fig. 2, and the inscription is printed at p. 
cli. No. 17. See also the Gentleman's Magazine, iot 1756, 
vol. xxvi. p. 431, 

Sketch, in pencil, of the fragment of an inscription found near 
the Roman station of Old Carlisle, in the year 1755 ; now in 
the possession of the Rev. Richard Malbeivs, of Wigton; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add, 9462. 
fol. a5.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. p. clxiii. 
fig., '3, and the whole inscription is printed at p. clviii. No. 
94. See also the Gentleman's Magazine, 1757, vol. xxvii. 



Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman altar found at Old Carlisle, and 
now preserved at Lowther Castle, the seat of the Earl of 
Lonsdale ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. 
iAdd. 9462. fol. 96.'] 

The inscription is printed in Lysons' Magna Britannia, 
vol. iv, p. cl. No. 2. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of a Roman altar found at Old Car- 
lisle, and now presened at Lowther CasUe, the seat of the 
Earl of Lonsdale ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9462. ff. 86, 96.] y 

Engraved, on wood, in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. iv. 

. p. pi. No. 1. 

Colored drawings of three Roman sepulchral stones found, in 
April, 1814, near Old Carbsle, by the side of the Roman road 
which runs eastward from that station, now in the possession 
of the Rev. Richard Mathews, of Wigton, with a description 



296 CUMBERLAND. 

by him : dat. Wigton, 25 Oct. 1814 : 1 f. x 8 in. lAdd, 
9462. fol. 71.] 

The two inscriptions are printed in Lysons' Magna Bri- 
tannia^ vol. iv. p. clix. No. 126, and p. clx. No. 134. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of a small Roman image of pipe clay, 
and of the sole of a Roman sandal, found in the bottom of a 
well near the station of Old Carlisle ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 73.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of some Roman antiquities found, 
about 1748, in the well and adjoining houses of a farm at 
Coningarth, about two miles south of Wigton, not far from 
the Roman station of Old Carlisle ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 74.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the effigies of a lady on a large altar tomb 
on the side of the altar in Wetherall Church, with the arms 
of Salkeld impaling those of Vaulx of Corby ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9462. fol. 174.] 

A colored view of the cells in the rocks in the grounds of Corby 
Castle, called Wetherall Safeguard, or Constantine's Cells, 
near the ruins of the Benedictine Priory at Wetherall, (5 miles 
E.S.E. of Carlisle,) a cell to the Abbey of St Mary's at York : 
5 in. X 3^^ in. [* x. 7%. 6.] 

See the Archneologia^ vol. i. p. 84. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman sculptured figure, in bas-relief, 
found at Corby Castle, in the parish of Wetherall ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. \Add. 9462. fol. 85.] 

Whitehaven. See St. Bees. 



DERBYSHIRE. 



Sectional view, in Indian ink, of the entrance of a stone-pit at 
Swanwick, in the parish of Alfreton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept 1790: 11 in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaje, i. 74.] 

Alsop in the Dale, in the parish of Ashbome. See Ash- 
borne. 

Two fac-simile drawings, one in pencil the other in Indian ink, 
of a brass plate with an inscription, recording the consecra- 
tion of the church of St Oswald, at Ashbome, by Simon de 
Patishul, Bishop of Coventry, in 1241 ; dug up in the 
eighteenth century, and now affixed to a table of black 
marble against one of the pillars of the church : each 7 in. x 
4i in. {Add. 9463. fol. i. 6.] 

See the Gentleman^ s Magazine ^ vol. xlii. p. 417. 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of an arch in the parochial chapel of 
Alsop in the Dale, in the parish of Ashbome ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : d|> in. x 2 in. [Add. 9463. fol. i.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of capitals and sculpture in the pa- 
rochial chapel of Hognaston, in the parish of Ashbome; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9468. ff. 29. 6., so.] 

Ashford, in the parish of Bakewell. See Bi^^WELL. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved circular stone font on an octa- 
gonal base, in Ashover Church, with a sketch of one of the 
figures on it; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 10 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9463. fol. 2. 6.] 

View, in pencil, of the rocking stone in Ashover Park ; drawn 
by Frederic Nash : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 78.] 

QQ 



298 DKRBVSHIRK. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the octagonal stone font in BakeweU . 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 673«. fol. gb.] 

Sketch, in pencij, of details of the font in Bakewell Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lyaons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9463., 
fol. 5.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a double piscina in Bakewell Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 

fol. 5.] 

Highly finished outline drawings, in bistre, of the aides of the 
ancient cross in Bakewell Church-yard; by Charles Alfred 
Stothard: 10 in. X 8 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 4. b.] 
Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. v. p. ccxxxr. 

Sketch, in pencil, of carved figures upon an arch in .\shford 
parochial Chapel, in the parish of Bakewell; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : G in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. *.] 

Elevation and plan, in pencil, with measurements, of stone stalls 
in the chancel of the parochial chapel of Baslow, in the pariah 
of Bakewell ; drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in., 
and 6 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9463. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a stone screen in the parochial chapel of 
Chelmorton, in the parish of Bakewell; dravra by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 13.] 

A colored view of the entrance to the cavern called Poole Hole, 
near Buxton, in the parish of Bakewell: 7 in. x 4j in. [ft 

XI. 48,] 

Three sketches, in pencil, with measurements, of a Roman 
altar found in the grounds belonging to Haddon Hall, in the 
parish of Bakewell, and now placed in the porch leading to 
the hall ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9463. fol. 79.] 

Engraved in the Mafftin Britannia, vol. v. p. ccvi. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of arches and a piscina in the pa- 
rochial chapel of Monyash in the parish of Bakewell ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. \_Add. 9463. 
fol. *3.] ' 

Sketches, in pencil, of the cross in the church-yard of the pa- 
rochial chapel of Taddington, in the parish of Bakewell; 
drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. «.] 

Baslow, in llie parish of Bakewell. See Bakewell. 



DERBl'SHtRE. 



Bentley Hall, in the parish of Longford. See Lonofobd. 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Bolsover Church ; 



drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
fol. 8.] 



3 in. [Add. 9463. 



Elevation, in pen and ink, of a monument of one of the Ca- 
vendisli family at Bolsover ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 
in. X 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 40.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the monument of Sir Charles Ca- 
vendish at Bolsover; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 
11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4i.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Bolsover Castle, " as well as I could 
make it out from the views in the Duke of Newcastle's Horse- 
manship;" drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 6 
in. \_Add. 6735. fol. 54.] 

An outline view, in Indian ink, of the interior of a richly orna- 
mented vaulted parlor in Bolsover Castle; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. X 1 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. la.] 

Bolton or Bonlton, in the parish of St. Peter's, at Derby. See 
Desbt. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sculptured stone at Bradbome ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0463. fol. 9.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of two capitals of columns in the parochial 
chapel of BrassingLon, in the parish ofBradbome; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. lo.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font on clustcied 
pillars in Bradley Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 
5 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9463. fol. lo.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the grave-stone of Matilda Ic Caua, heiress 
of the Barony of Caus, (who died 8 Henry III.,) in the nave 
of Brampton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 9. />.} 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. v. p. ccxxiii. 
fig. 2. 

Brassington, in the parish ofBradbome. See Bbadbornb. 

Sketches, in pencil, of windows and stalls iu Breadsall Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. 11.] 



Buxton, a parochial chapelry ii 
L colored view near Castleton : 



Bakewell. See Bakbwell. 
7 in. X 4i in. [A xi. ee./.] 



300 ]>EBBYSHIR£. 

A general .view of Peverirs Place in the Peak, and of the 
entrance to "Peak Hole" or the Peak Cavern: 6j^ in. x 4 J 
in. [* XI. 26. e.] 

A colored view of the hill above Castleton on which stand the 
ruins of the old castle called Peveril's Place in the Peak : 7 
in. X 4 il in. [^ xi. 26. b.] 

A colored plan, with admeasurements and description, of the 
great cavern, called the Peak Cavern, at Castleton : 1 f. 6 in. 
X 9 in. [* XI. 26. c] 

A colored view of the " entrance into Castleton Cave " or the 
Peak Cavern ; drawn in the year 1782 : lOJ in. x 8 in. [fb 

XI. 26. d.] 

A colored view, intituled the " Vineyard,^ intended probably 
for the Winnats or Windgates, in the approach to Castleton 
from Chapel in the Frith, being the entrance to Hope Dale : 

1 f. 2 in. X 1 f. [* XI. 55.] 

Chaddesden, in the parish of Spondon. See Spondon. 

Chats worth. See Edensor. 

Chelmorton, in the parish of Bakewell. See Bakewell. 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Chesterfield Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 11 in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 45.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Church Brough- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9463. fol. u.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font and of details of 
a monument in Crich Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 14.] 

Cromford, in the parish of Wirksworth. See Wirksworth. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a bas-relief on the west side of the tower 
of Darley Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 

2 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 16.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepulchral cross, with a sword on one 
side, in the porch of Darley Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9468. fol. 15. b.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia^ vol. v. p. ccxxxiii. 

A colored south-west view of All Saints Church and Tower at 
Derby ; drawn by H. Moore : 10 in. x 6 in. [* xi. 8. e.] 

Engraved on a smaller scale, in the *^ Beauties of England 
and WaleSy^ vol. iii. p. 368. 



DERBYSHIRE. 301 

A colored survey of lands in the parish of St. Alktnuiid, at 
Derby, bounded by the Kedleaton road, Nuns' Green, and 
While Cross Field, with other lands on the Kedleslon road 
called Park Field : I f. 4 in. x 1 f. -2 in. [d? xi. 47.] 

A colored survey of lands in the parish of St. Alkmund, at 
Derby, called White Cross Field, adjoining the Aahbora and 
Radboum roads : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f, 1 in. [iSi xi. sg.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arched doorway of the parochial chapel 
of Boullonj in the parish *of St. Peter at Derby ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. p.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the parochial 

chapel of Osmaston, in the parish of St. Peter, at Derby; 

I drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9463. 

I fol. 51.] 

Two colored views, taken near the entrance to Dove Dale ; 
drawn by 1. Bulman : each 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ib xi. 33. 
c. and rf.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of part of Dove Dale, taken near the 

open part ; drawn by S, H. Grimm : I f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. 

Kaye, i. «.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of arms, stone stall, and a piscina, in Dron- 

field Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 

[Add, 9463. fol.ifl.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of capitals in Edensor Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in, x 4 in. ^Add. 9463. fol. i9. &,] 
A colored view of some cottages near Chatsworlh, in the 

parish of Edensor: 7 in. X 4 in. [^ XI, 12. e.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of stained glass in the north window of 

the chancel of Egginlon Church ; draivn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. w.] 

Impression from part of the monumental effigies on a brass 
plate of Sir John Port, in Elvaston Church : 1 f. 3 in, X 10 
in. [Jdd. 9463. fol. 8.'.] 

Highly finished outline drawings, in bistre, of the north, nest, 

and east sides of the ancient cross in Eyam Church-yard; 

by Charles Alfred Stothard : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 

!3. i.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Magna Britannia, vol. v. p. ccxxxv. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the west side of the cross in Eyam Church- 
yard; drattTi by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
yjG3. fo!. ^M.] 



302 DBBBTSHIBS« 

Gamelslj, in the parish of GIossop. See Glossop. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the gariand borne before the cart on the 
rush-bearing, and placed in Glossop Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 25.] 

Two yiews, one in pencil the other in Indian ink, of some 
ancient stones, called by the country people Robin Hood's 
Picking Rods, on Ludworth Common, near Mellor, in the 
parish of Glossop ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. S. 37. b. 38.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a Roman inscription found in the Roman 
Camp called Melandra Castle, near Gamelsly, in the parish 
of Glossop, and now in the wall of a farm-house ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 24. i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the parochial 
chapel of Mellor, in the parish of Glossop; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 4o.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the^ parochial 
chapel of Mellor ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 42.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an ornamented pillar in Mellor Church- 
yard ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9463. fol. 42.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Gresley Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 8 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 47.] 

Haddon Hall, in the parish of Bakewell. See Bak£W£ll. 

Hardwick Hall, in the parish of Hault Hucknall. See Huck- 

NALL. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the altar tomb of Sir Arthur Eyre, under 
an arch in the side of the chancel of Hathersage Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 

fol. 27.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rude sculpture in bas-reliof of the cruci- 
fixion, on the east side of the porch of Heath Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. 29.] 

Hognaston, in the parish of Ashbome. See Ashborne. 

Sketch, in pencil, of ,stalls in Horsley Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 3i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the great arch in Hault Hucknall 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9463. fol. .32.] 



DE»BVSHIB£. 303 

An outline view, in Indian ink, of Hard wick Hall, Ihe seat of the 
Duke of Devonshire, in the parish of Hault Huckndl, taken 
from the Park ; drawn by S. II. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x I f. 1 in. 
[P. li, Eaye, i. «.] 

A distant view, in Indian ink, of Hardwick Hall, as seen 
from Thakley Lane ; dran'n by S. H, Grimm : 10 in. x 7i 
in., with an ootline of the same view. \_P. R. Kaye, i. w, 

JO.] 

An outline view, in Indian ink, of that part of Hardwick Hall 
which is called "the Cradle ;" drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 
7 in. X 1 f. I in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 5i.] 

An outline view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the great room 
in " the Cradle," at Hardwick Hall ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aa.] 

A series of seventeen drawings, some in outline, some in Indian 
ink, of ftimiture of the Elizabethan age, and of various details 
of Hardwick Hall; by S. II. Grimm, in 1775. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. ss-eg.] viz : 
The door of the closet of Mary, Queen of Scots. [53, 5*.] 
Embroidery on a chair in the state room. [55, 56,] 
Embroidery on the back of the chair of Mary, Queen of 
Scots. {57, 5B.] 
State bed of Mary, Queen of Scots. [s9, fio.j 
Part of the furniture in Mary, Queen of Scots', presence 
chamber, [ei.] 

State conch in the gallery, [ss, 63.] 
I A settee. [64.] 

I A table, [s.^] 

F The iron lock on the door of the presence chamber, [ee.] 
A fire-place. [67.] 
Portrait of Queen Elizabeth. [6B.] 
Picture of a drinking party. [69.] 

Small sketch, in pencil, of part of the stone screen of Ilkeston 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 7 in. x 4 in, 
lAdd. 9463. fol, u.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the south door of Kedleston Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of | inch to a 
foot: 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9463, fol. 34.] 

Drawings, in pencil, of the heads of a knight (of tlie Curzon 
&mily] and his lady, within quatrefoils, on a stone in the 
floor of the chancel of Kedleston Church ; by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq, : 9 in. X 7 in. lAdd. 9403. foL J3. i.] 



304 DERBYSHIRE. 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the above tombstone iu Kedleston 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9463. fol. 35.] 

A colored elevation of the north or principal front of Kedleston 
House, near Derby, the seat of Nathaniel Curzon, Lord 
Scarsdale ; drawn on a scale of 11 feet to an inch : 2 f. 10 in. 
X 1 f. 3 in. [di XI. 16. a.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Kirk Hallam 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in« [Add. 
9463. fol. 36.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font on a clustered pillar 
in Kniveton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 2 in. lAdd. 9463. fol. 36.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the remains of Bentley Hall, in the 
parish of Longford; drawn in 1804: 9^ in. x 6} in. [di 

XI. 23.] 

Ludworth, in the parish of Glossop. See Glossop. 

Sketches, in pencil, of a canopied arch, and of part of the east 
window, in Mackworth Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 40.] 

Highly finished elevation, in pencil, of an arch with a rich 
canopy on the north wall of the north aisle of Mackworth 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq., on a scale of f inch 
to a foot : 9 in. X 7 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 39.] 

A south view, in pencil, of the church of Marston on the Dove ; 
6^ in. X 4i in. [^ xi. 4i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Matlock Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. 40.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the High Tor, at Matlock, taken ap- 
parently from the roof of the old bath; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1775 : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, i. 70.] 

Four colored views of the High Tor, near Matlock, as seen from 
different points : each 7 in. x 4} in. [di xi. 4^. g^ A, «, k.] 

A colored view of Matlock Bath: 10 in. x 6 in. [* xi. 4*^./.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, by Frederic Nash, of a Roman pig of 
lead found, in 1783, near Matlock : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. 79. 6.] 

Engraved in Lysons* Magna Britannia^ vol. v. p. ccvi. 
The original is preserved in the Department of Antiquities in 
tlie British Museum. 



DERBYSHIRE. 



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Melandra Castle, in the parish uf Glossop. See Glossof. 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Melhoiime Church ; drawn by the 
E*v. Thomas Kerrich, " from a measured plan made by youDg 
Wilkin, 1797 :" 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. las.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Melbourne Church, with diagrams to 
shew the rationale of the plan ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 8 in. x in. [Jrfrf, 6738. fol. im.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circnlar stone font on pillars in 
Melbourne Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 673G. fol. b3.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font on pillars in 
Melbourne Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 3 in. x 
2 in. [Add. 9463. fol. -w. A.] 

Drawing, in pencil, of the mutilated effigies of a crusader, in 
mail and surcoat, with a bandeau of jewels round his head ; 
and on his shield the amis of Melbourne, (a chevron between 
three escallop shells,) under an obtuse arch in the south wall 
of the south aisle of Melbourne Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 4i.] 

Mellor, in the parish of Glossop. See Glossop. 
Monyash, in the pariah of Bakewell. See Bakewell. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the east window in the chancel of Morley 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9463. fol. 46.] 

A colored south-west view of Muggington Church : 10 in. x 6 
in. [ft XI. 45.] 

Newton-Soljiey in the parish of Repton. See Repton. 

Three sketches, in pencil, of the stained glass in a window of 
Norbury Church ; draivn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. ff. -tu, 4.i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of the octagonal stone 
font on clustered pillars in Norton Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 40.] 

Osmaston in the parish of St. Peter at Derby. See Derby. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Finxton Church ; drawn by S. H, 
Grimm: lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 71.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepulchral cross, with a pahr of shears on 
one side and a staff on the other, on the floor of the nave of 
Pinxton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. sa.] 



i 



306 DKBBYSHIRE. 

Plan and sectioti, in bistre, of the cryjit under the chancel of 
Repton Church; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a scale of 3^ 
feet to an inch : 1 f. 2 iu. X U in. lAdd. 9464. ff. 54, 55.] 
Engraved in I.ysons' Magna Briianiiia, vol. v. p. ccxix. 

A sketch, in pencil, with admeaBureraents, of an ancient sepul- 
chral monument, of the Saxon period, found on the west side 
of Repton Church-yard; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
8 in. X 6 in. ; with sketches of details on a larger scale, 
11 in. X 8 in. lAdd. 94C3. ff. sa. 6., 5i.] 

The monument is engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. 
V, p. ccxxiii. 6g. 1. 

Highly finished elevation, in pencil, of the remains of Reptou 
Priory, under the school-room, with a sketch of the carved 
key-stone of one of tlie arches ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on 
a scale of §lhs of an inch to a foot: 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 
9463. fol. 5.1.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of details of the remains of Repton 
Priory, under the school-room ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. {Add. 9463. fol. ..6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of stained glass in the parochial chapel of 
Newlon-Solney, in the parish of Hepton ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. iii.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the exterior of the chancel of Scarcliffe 
Church, with figures ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j- 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 72.] 

A aide view, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of a lady 
and child of the Frecheville family, in Scarcliffe Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 1 in. X 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 7.t.] 

Impression from the engraved inscription, iu Leonine verses, 
on a long scroll held by the child on the above monument 
in Scarcliffe Church: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 9463. 
fol. an.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monument and arms in the chancel of 
Shirland Church ; drawn by Samifel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 59.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a stone stall in the chancel of the church 
or parochial chapel of Chaddesden in the parish of Spondou, 
and of a window in the uorth aisle ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. \'i.\ 

Sketches, in pencil,of the octagonal stone font in the church of 
Stanton by Dale ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. ».] 



DBRUVSHIRE. 307 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of the south door of the nave, and 
of the screen of the rood-loft in Stavcley Church ; drawn hy 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. lAM. 9463. fol. 60.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font on pillars in Staveley 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 3 in, x 2 in. 
[A<M. 9463. fol. 59. «,] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monumental stone with a cross Iloree and 
inscription, in Sutton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 6i.] 

Swanwick, in the parish of Alfrelon. See Alfreton. 

Elevation, in pencil, of the doorway on the south side of the 
nave of Swarkstone Church ; drawn by Frederic Nash, on a 
scale of J in. to a foot : 9 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9463. fol. Gi.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Uie sculpture over the door on the south 
side of the nave of Swarkstone Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9465. fol. 66.] 

Taddington, in the parish of Bakewell. See Bakewell. 

A colored north view of Thorpe Church, near Dove Dale : 9 

n. X 7 in. [* xi, aj. «.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the cQigics in stone of a woman with a 
dog at her feet, under an arch and canopy in the south aisle 
of Ticknall Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9463. lol. (i7.] 
I A south view, in pencil, of Trusley Church : 7| in. x 5j in. 
[di XI. M.] 
" Vineyard," a view so described, [fi xi. hb.} apparently in error. 
See Castleton. 
I Sketch, in pencil, of a window in the Church of Walton upon 
Trent; drawn by Samuel Lysons,Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9463. fol. 70.] 
Colored plan of the estate of Walton Hall, near Chesterfield ; 

drawn in 1813 : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6715. fol. 54. i.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Whittington Church, with 
part of the village; drawn in 1785, by S. H. Grimm : 11 in. 
X 7J in. [J>. H. Kaye, i. TJi.] 
Three sketches, in pencil, of arches, windows, and sculpture in 
Wbitwell Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : two 7 
in. X 4 in., the other 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 94C3. fol. 71.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the upper part of the door of the nave of 
Willington Church: drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 2 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 7i.] 



306 DSHBVSHIRE. 

Sketches, in pencil, of a monumeDt, window, aod arms in North 

Wingfield Church ; drawu by Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 7 in. X 

4 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 7i.] 
A north-WDst view, in Indian ink, of Wiugfield Manor ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : 11 in. X 7i in.; with an outline copy of 

the same view. [P. R. Kaye, i. rs, 79.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Wiugfield Manor ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimiu: 11 in. x 7 J in; with an outline copy of 

the same. [P. R. Kaye, i. 76, 77.] 
A west view, in outline, of the outer court of Wingfield Manor ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [/*. R. Kaye, 

1. 8U,] 

A west view, in outline, of the inner court of Wiugfield Manor ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, I. 

Highly finished outline elevation and plan, in peucil, of part of 
the exterior of the hall of Wingfield Manor House ; drawn 
by Frederic Nash, ou a scale of about 4 J feet to an inch : 9 
in. X 7 In. iAdd. 946-3. fol. 7,].] 

Highly finished outline elevation and plan, in pencil, of the en- 
trance to the hall of Wingfield JManor House; drawn by 
Frederic Nash, ou a scale of about 4i feet to an inch; 9 in. 
X 7 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 7a. i.] 

Winster, in the parish of Youlgreave. See Youlgkeave. 

Drawing, in Indian inli, by Frederic Nash, of a Roman pig of 
lead found, in 1777, on Croniford Moor, in the parish of 
Wirlisworth : 4 in. x 3 b. {Add. 946.3. fol, 79. ft.] 

Engraved in Lysons' Mat/na Britamiin, vol. v. p. ccvi. 
The original is preserved in the I)e}iartment of Antiquities in 
the British Museum. 

An impression from the inscription on the above: 1 f. 6 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 9463. fol. 8i.] 

Two sketches, in peucil, of capitals, arms, etc., in Youlgreave 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq : 7 in. x 1 in. 
[Add. 9463. fol. 7T.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the large circular stone font ornamented 
with rude sculpture, and of the arch of the south door of the 
chancel of the parochial chapel of Winster, iu the parish of 
Youlgreave ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9163. fol. 7^.] 



DEVONSHIRE. 



Maps of the south Coast of Devonshire. See Southern Coast 
OF England, pp. 61-67, ante. 

Sketch, in peueil, of arms in Abbotsham Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Ljsons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. i. 6.] 

Afton Castle, in the parish of West Worlington. See Wor- 

UNGTON. 

Sketch, in pencil, of some sculpture in East AUington Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. {Add. 9464. 
fol. 2.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a porch, tomb, and capital in Alverdiscott 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. foL i. £.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sculptured female figure in one comer 
of Arlington Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
X 4 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. 2. £.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of arms in the east window of 
the south aisle of Arlington Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 3.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Ashcombe 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 4.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a figure in the side of the south window 
of Ashford Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. 
X 2i in. [Add. 9464. fol. s. £.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of some small details of Ashton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 4.] 



310 DEVONSHIRE. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a tomb under a canopy, and of the square 
stone font, in Ashwater Church ; dravm by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 7 in. X 5 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. 3. b.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of tombs, arms, etc., in Atherington 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9464. ff. 4. J., 5.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a doorway and arched recess in the ruins 
of the parochial chapel of Umberleigh, in the parish of 
Atherington ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 83. *.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the south window of the south 
transept of Awlscombe Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 5.] 

Elevation and details, in pen and ink, of the doorway of Ax- 
minster Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. 28.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the doorway at the east end of the south 
aisle of Axminster Church, with other details ; drawn by Sa- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the door to the school-house at Ax- 
minster; drawn by James Essex : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6770. 
p. 15.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arched recess in Axmouth Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Bampton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arched entrance under the porch of 
Seaworthy Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 7.] 

A colored view of the town of Berealston, in the parish of Beer 
or Bere Ferrers ; " under the tree in the centre is the place 
where they elect their members for the borough:" 9j in. x 
6^ in. [di XI. 66. 1.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Beer 
Ferrers Church, and of other details ; drawn by Saipuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 8.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and a Saxon arch, 
in Berry Narber Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 8. b.] 



DEVONSHIRE. 



311 



Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font, etc., in Bickleigh 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 4 in. x 3 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. 9. i.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the large circular stone font in Bideford 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. lO.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font, and of arms, in 
Bigbury Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. X 
4 in. iAdd. 9-164. fol. lo.] 

Bishop's Nympton. See Nympton. 
Bishop's Tawton. See Tawton. 
Bishop's Teignton, See Teignton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on clustered pillars 
in Bittadon Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. IJdd. 9464. fol. 9. A.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Blackauton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. u.] 

Brad&eld Hall, in the parish of UScuIme. See Upfcdlme. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arched porch of Bradford Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. II.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the arched porch of High Bray Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. SB. J.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Brendon Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add, 9464. 

fol. IS!.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font and details in South 

Brent Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 9464. fol. 12.] 
A tinted plan of some properly at Brixham ; drawn on a scale 

of two chains to an inch, with a slight sketch of Torbay, 

shewing the relative position of Brixham with other places ; 

2f. 3in. x 1 f. 7in. [Add. 11,741.'] 
Broad Glut See Clist. 
Broad Hembury. See Hembdry. 
.Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars, and of a 

tomb, in Buckfastleigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 4 in. X 8 in. IJdd. 9464. fol. 16.] 



312 DBVONSHIHB. 

Sketch, in pencil, of a window in Buckland Abbey ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. i5.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rich Saxon arch under the porch of 
Buckland Brewer Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.^' 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. u. A.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a plan of Buckland Monachorum Churcb] 
and of arms ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : I f . x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 15.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an ancient inscribed stone, now at the 
comer of a blacksniitli's shop in Buckland Monachorum; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 946 
fol, u. 6.] 

Engraved, on wood, in the Magna Britannia, vol. vi. 



I 



Plan, in pencil, of Burlescombe Church, with sketches of 
part of the nave and of the carved hexagonal stone font; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 iu. x 4 in, [Add. 9464. 
fol. 15. *,] 

Two sketches of an altar tomb in Burlescombe Church ; draw _ 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol, 15. J.] 

Three sketches, in pencil, of monuments and arms in Burles- 
combe Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. 
X 4 in, [Add, 9464. fol. x\. *.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font, the carved 
alms box, and monuments, in Buterleigh Church; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each G in. x 4 in. \_Add. 9464. 
fol. le. ft.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monument of Sir Simon Leach, . 
Cadleigh Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6in. x A 
in. [Add. 9464. fol. i7.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font, etc., in Calvd 
leigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol, i7. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an altar tomb, with arms, in the norf 
aisle of Kings Kerswell or Cai'swell Church ; dra>(;n by E 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 45,] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the head of a sepulchral effigies of a lady n 
Kings Carswell Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
in. X 3 in. lAdd. 9464, fol. 46.] 



dbvonshthe. 313 

k view, in brown chalk, of a bridge on the river Teign, near 
Chagford: 8i in. x 7j in. [* xi. i09.] 

Iketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font on pillars in Chal- 
lacomb Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 4 in. x 3 
^Add. 9464. fol. IB.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral stone and cross of John 
Coble, in the north aisle of the chancel of Cheltel Hampton 
or Chiltelhampton Cliurch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
* ' X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 18. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Christow Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 9464. 
fol. «!.] 

Aetcb, in pencil, of sculpture in Clay-hanger Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. X 4 in. {^Add. 9464. fol, 
19. A.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a tomb and window in Broad Clist 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. so. J.] 

Eketch, in pencil, of arms, etc., in the church of Clist St. 
George ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. 
IJdd. 9464. fol. si.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of details of the font in Clist Honiton Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 31.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the church of 

Clist St. Laurence ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 

X 21 in. [Add. 9464. fol. au] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of arms in Cockington Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9464, 
ff. fo. b., 21.] 

Plan and south-east view, in pencil, of Colebrooke Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. ai. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a recumbent monumental figure in an 
arched recess in Coleridge Church ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. ti. 4.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the steeple of 
Collumpton Church ; drawn by James Essex : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6770. p. 13.] 



314 DEVONSHIRE. 

Sketchy in pencil, of canred details of CoUumpton Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 25.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a rich monument in the north transept of 
Colyton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9464. fol. 22.] * 

Comptou Giffard, in the parish of Charles, Plymouth. - See Ply- 
mouth. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Cook- 
bury Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 23.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of small arches in Comwood Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. 

23.] 

Cove Chapel, in the parish of Tiverton. See Tiverton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the ootagonal stone font in Countisbury 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 24.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of richly carved stalls in Crediton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 6 in. x 4 in., 
the other, 4 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9464. tf. 23. £., 24.] 

Cruwys Morehead. See Morehead. 

Small plan, in pencil, of Dartington Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 26.] 

Dartmouth. See Southern Coast, p. 68, ante. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the carved stone pulpit in Dartmouth 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 25. 6.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font in St Petroc's 
Church at Dartmouth; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 
in. X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 26.] 

View, in pencil, of part of thd coast, taken near Dawlish ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 
26. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Deane, Prior 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 27.] 

Sketchy in pencil, of the circular stone font in Dittisham Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 26. 6.] 




HEVONSHIRE. 



telcb, in pencil, of the carved stone pulpit io Dittisliain 
ChArch ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 37.] 

Sketcli, in pencil, of sculpture over the entrance porch of the 
church of Down St. Mary ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. St 4 in. [Add. 940-1. fol. S9.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepiilchral figure of a female under an 
arch in West Down Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. aa.) 

rewe's Teignton. See Teignton. 

k colored view of Great Fulford House, the seat of Baldwin 
Fnlford, Esq., in the parish of Dunsford : 1 1 in. x 9 in. 

£dl ZI. 117.] 



Eggesford Church; drawn 
X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 



Dtetcbes, in pencil, of monuments ii 
' by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in 

"Plan de Excester;" a colored plan of Exeter, drawn by a 
French artist, about the year 1650 ; shewing the walls, 
churches, castles, etc.: 2 f. x I f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 

LA colored plan of iloiigcmont Castle, Exeter; drawn temp. 
Henry VUL : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [Add. 5027. a. art. 6*.] 

A colored plan, or bird's eye view, of the castle and part of the 
city of Exeter, as surveyed by John Norden the elder and 
John Norden the younger, deputies of Sir James Fullerton, 
Surveyor- Gen era] of the lands and land revenues of Prince 
Charles, June-Sept., 1617 : 1 f. 2 in. x 11 iu. [Add. 6027. 
fol. 81.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of arches in the old tower of Exeter 
Castle ; drawn by James Essex : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6770. 

p.,.] 

(ketch, in pencil, of the upper parts of the north and south 
towers of Exeter Ciithedral; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 3i, etc.] 

Small plan, in pen and ink, of the pillars of Exeter Cathe- 
dral; drawn by James Essex: 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6770. 
p. 14.] 

Thirty-four sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows in Exeter 
Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. i«i-i54.] 



316 



DEVONSHIRE. 



Tweke sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Exeter Cathe'v 
dral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 4 in. x 3 | 
in. [Add. 6743. ff. je. -la. .ig. 30-52. 55. 57. 60.] 

Four sketches, in pencil, of details of monuments and arms iaij 
Exeter Cathedral ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 1 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. ff. 3i. b., 3a.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in the church of St. 
Mary Stepps at Exeter ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 

7 in. X 4 in. IJdd. 9464. fol. ;ia. i.] 

Engraved in the Magna Britannia, vol. vi. p. cccxxx. _ 

fig. 2. 

A colored view of the New Bridge, Exeter ; drawn by R, 
Gardner: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 J in. [(& xi. m. u.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a Roman altar and bust of a Roman 
female, fixed in the front of the house of Richard Eales, 
Esq., at Eseler; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. X 
4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. J2. i.] 

Esmouth. See Southern Coast, p. 68, ante. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Farringdon 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in 
[Add. 9464. fol. JJ.] 

Fitzford Abbey. See Tavistock. 

Ford Abbey, in the parish of Tbomcomb. See Thobncomb. 

Sketches, in pencil, of arms in Fremington Church ; drawn by 1 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. S3, ft.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Frithelstock I 
Church J drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 
[Add. 9464. fol. 34.] 

Fulford, in the parish of Dunsfotd. See Dpnsfokd. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral figure of a crusader in the 
chancel of Georgeham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons> 
Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Jt/d. 9464. fol. 34. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in Gidley Church: drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 35.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and of arms, in 
Haccombe Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 m. [Add. 9464. fol. 36.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the monument of a crusader, either 
Sir Stephen or Sir Jordan de Haccombe, in Haccombe 



DEVONSUIBG. S17 

ChuTcb, with the head and details on a larger scale ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: each 6 in. x 3 in. [Add. 94S4, 
fol. 35. b.-] 

Another view of it is engraved in the Magna Britannia, 

vol. vi. p. c 



Two sketches, in pencil, of details of the monument of a knight, 
between the chancel and north aisle of Haccombe Church ; 
draivn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9464. fol. *«.] 

Plan, in pencil, of Halberton Cbnrch, with sketches of the 
square stone font, and some details ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : ,5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 35. b.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the arched entrance under the porch, and 

of a window, of High Hampton Church; drawn by Samuel 

Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. ^e. i.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the circular stone font, and of part of the 

rood-loft, in Harburton Church j drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. foL 37.] 
I Sketches, in pencil, of arms, etc., in Harford Church ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 37.] 
k Sketches, in pencil, of inscriptions, etc., in Hartland Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 37. &.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, the sepulchral 

figure of a lady, and details, in Harwood Church ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 

37. ft.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of arms, etc., in Heantoa Church ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 

sa. 4.] 
I 'Sketches, in pencil, of sculptured capitals, etc., in Heavitree 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. 38.] 
Flan, in pencil, of Broad Hemhury Church, with sketches of 

the octagonal stone font, and of one of the windows ; drawn 

by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. i3.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of two monuments in Broad Hembury 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9404. fol. I?, b.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of one of the windows of Little 

Hempstono Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 5 in. 

X din. lAdd. 9464. fol. 39.] 



I 



318 DEVONSHIRE. 

High Bray. See Bray. 

High Hampton, See Hampton. 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and of a sepul- 
chral cross, in llittisleigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9484. fol. 39.] 

Small plan, in pencil, of Hockworlhy Church, and sketches of ' 
(he square stone font, etc. ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Jdd. 9464. fol. lo.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Holbeton Chnrch; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 0464. 
fol. 10.] 

Small plan, in pencil, of tlie church of HolcombRogus; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 3<i. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the doorway under the porch of Holla- 
combe Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 
in. [Add. 9464. fol. 41.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Honey Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. X 2 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 41.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of arms in Huntsham Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 2 in. lAdd. 9464, fol. 43.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone fout in Huxam Church j 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [_Add. 9464. 

fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral fig;ure of a crusader in Iddis- 
leigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. u.] 

Two sketches, one in pencil, the other in pen and ink, of the 
circular stone font in Ilfracombe Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : each 2 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9464. fol. a. £.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the sepulchral figure of a lady m 
llsington Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X. 
4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 43.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Inwardleigh 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 43. fi.] 

A colored view of the village of Ivy Bridge, near Plymouth, 
situated in the four parishes of Cornwood, Harford, Erming- 
ton, and Ugborough ; taken a little below the Rogers' Arms 
Inn; drawn by "I. F. E.:" 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [* ju. 
iiB. a.] 



DBVONSHIRG. 319 

A colored view of part of the viUage of Ivy Bridge ; drawn by 
" I. F. E.;" 1 f. 1 iu. X 10 in. [ffl xi. ua. I.] 

A colored rievr of the Glen near Ivy Bridge ; [drawn by I, F. 
E. :] 1 f, 1 in. x 10 in. [sfc xi. iib. m.] 

A colored view of Ivy Bridge, taken from the comer of the 
London Inn ; [drawn by I. F. E. :] 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [ifc 

XI. 118. «.] 

A colored view of Ivy Bridge, taken from the banks ; drawn in 

1784: 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [*. xi. iib. d.] 
Iry Chapel, in the parish of Loxhore. See Loxhore. 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Een 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
I [Add. 9464. fol. w.] 

1 Sketch, in pencil, of part of the rood-loft in Kenton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0464. 
fol. 44.] 

Kng's Carewell or Kerswell. See Carswell. 

King's Teignton. See Teignton. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch of Knowston 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. «.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the east window, and of arms, in Lamer- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. X 
4 in. iAdd. 9464. fol. ir.] 

South-west view, in pencil, of Lancross Church, and of the 
square stone font " where General Monk was christened ;" 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 iu. x 4 in. [^Add. 9464. 
fol. 46. £.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a grave-^tone, etc., in Lapford Church; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [^Add. 9464. 
fol. *T.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of carving on the font in Lew Trenchard 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. 48.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in North 

Lew Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 

lAdd. 9464. fol. is.] 
Two plans, in pencil, with admeasurements, of Lidford Castle; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

9464. fol. 11. b.] 



d 



LiftoQ Church ; 
4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. 



X 1 f. 1 in. [* 
X 1 f. 2 in. [tfr 



930 DEVOMBHtRE. 

A colored view of Lidford Bridge : 9 in. x 7 in. [^ xi. 120. e.} 

A colored view of Lidford Waterfall: 9 iu. x 7 in. [dr xi. 

iTO. d.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. 

fol. 49.] 
A colored south-east view of Linton ; 1 f . 5 

XI. m. a.] 
A colored north-west view of Linton : 1 f, 6 

XI. 1-2,. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font on pillars in Lin- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : S in. x 3 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. 48. ft.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font, and of arms, in the 
windows of Loddiswell Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 7 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. iP.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch, and of a 

monument, in Loxbear Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 

Esq. : 5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 49. 6.] 
View, in pencil, of Ivy Chapel, in the parish of Loxhore ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 9464, 

fol. ta. 6.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Loxhore Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add, 9464. 

fol. 49. J.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an ancient inscribed stone, now forming a 
sill under the door of Lustleigh Church ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. ao.] 

Engraved, on wood, in the Magna Britannia, vol. vL p. 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms in Maker Church ; drawn by Samad" 

Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 50. h.'\ 
Two sketches, in pencil, of arms, etc., in Marldon Church; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

9464. fol. 50. b., 51.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of the rood-loft in Marwood Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 51. ft.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Mary 

Annisleigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. 

X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 51. ft.] 



I 



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Hsi 



UEVONSUIRE. 321 

■Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in Mary Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : d in. x 1 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 5S.] 

letcb, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch, and of the 
square slone font, in Meeth Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 5;!. 6.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in South Milton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. X 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 53.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a sepulchral figure under a canopy at the 
end of the north transept of Modbury Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 54.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Molland Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq, : 4 in. x 3 in. [Ad^. 9464. 
fol. M.] 

Bketches, in pencil, of the stone pulpit, hexagonal slone font, 
andofpartof the screen, in North Mollon Church; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 5i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a monument of the Baiupfylde family at 
the east end of the south aisle of North Moltou Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9464. 
fol. S3, i.] 

'0 sketches, in pencil, of monuments and arms in Moukleigh 
Cburcb ; drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
{Add. 9464. fol. ^i.] 

:etch, in pencil, of a monument, etc., in Cruwys Morchard 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. a4.] 
Vo sketches, in pencil, of monuments and arms in Mortcboe 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 7 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9464. fo). 5i. b.] 

Morwell-brow, in the parish of Tavistock. See Tavistock. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Netherex Church ; 

drawn by Samuel Lysous, Esq. : 4 in. x S in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 57.] 
Sketch, inpencil, of a double piscina in Newtou Ferrers Church; 

dnwo by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9464, 

fol. ST.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of a monument and arms in the church of 

Newton St. Cyres ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 66.] 



322 DEVONSHIRE. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Newton Tracey 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9464. fol. 56. i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Nymet Rowland 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 55. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, with admeasurements, of a rich monument on 
the left of the altar in Biishop's Nympton Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 

55. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Bishop's Nympton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 3 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 55. *.] 

Oreston, in the parish of Plymstock. See Plymstock. 

Nine sketches, in pencil, of columns, monuments, and arms, in 
the church of Ottery St. Mary ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : each about 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. ff. 57. £., 58, 

58. b.y 59.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of monuments in Painton Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 

60.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the arched entrance under tlie porch of 
Parkham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 60.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font, and of part of the 
'screen, in Payhembury or Peahembury Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 60. i.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and of arms, 
in Petrockstow Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 6o. b.] 

Plymouth. See Southern Coast, pp. 61—67, ante. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of a clustered column in Ply- 
mouth Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 9464. fol. 64.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of part of the ruins of Compton Gif- 
fard, in the parish of Charles, Pljrmouth ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq.: each 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. ^2. i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of a window, and of stone stalls, in 
the church of Plympton St. Mary ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : one 4 in. x 3 in., the other 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 

ff. 6«. b , 63.] 



DEVONSHIRE. 323 

Sketches, in pencil, of figures on the cover of the font in Plym- 
stock Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 64.] 

A colored view of the entrance into the cave near the village of 
Oreston, in the parish of Plymstock, up the Catdown, near 
Plymouth; drawn by I. F. E. : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [tf? xi. 

125.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Plymtree 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 63. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in South Pool 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 66.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental figure of a lady, and of 
arms, in Powderham Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
each 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 65.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Rattery Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 66.] 

Slight sketch, in pencil, of sculpture in Revelstock Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add, 9464. 
fol. 66.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, and of a window of 
the tower, of Rose Ash Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. e?.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the circular entrance under the west 
porch, and of a sepulchral figure, in Shebbeare Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 67. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Gothic tracery on the pulpit of Sheepstor 
Church ; drawp by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 68.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral figure of a female on the 
left of the altar in Sherwell Church; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq. : 7 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 68. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Sherwell 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 3 in. x 2 in. 
lAdd. 9464. fol. 68. i.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Shipwash Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 68. b.] 

T T 2 



824 DEVONSHIRE. 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in Sidbury Church ; drawn by Sae- 
muel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 69.] 

View, in pencil, of the cliffs at Sidniouth ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. 6^. J.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a cross in Silverton Church-yard ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 

69. J.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of carving on the font in Stoke Canons 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. n.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Stowford Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 73.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch of the nave of Studley or Stood- 
leigh Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 73.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch of Sutcombe 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 73. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the richly carved stone pulpit in Swim- 
bridge Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x S in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 74.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a stained glass window in Sydenham 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 73.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of a monument and carved pannel in Tal- 
laton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 4 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 73. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral figure of the wife of 
Edward Calmady, who died in 1617, in Tamerton Foliat 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 74.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Gothic arches in the garden of the abbey 
house at Tavistock ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Es<![. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 75.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an inscribed stone found at Tavistock, on 
the site of the abbey ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 75.] 

Engraved, on wood, in the Mafftia Britannia^ vol. vi. p. 
cccix. 



DEVONSHIRE , 325 

Two sketcbeG, in pencil, of inscribed stones found in the abbey 
garden at Tavistock ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 
4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. Ti.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Fitz Ford Abbey, near Tavi- 
Btock : 9 in. X 6 in. [s£i xi. ii5. b.] 

View, in pencil, of Morwell House, in the parish of Tavistock, 
with a sketch of the view from the downs ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq. ; 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. ;.j.] 

Three sketches, Ino in pencil and one in pen and ink, of the 
square stone font, with a cross on one of the sides, inTawstock 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 3 in, 
[Ada, 9i(ii. ft". 75. b., 7G.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in North 

Tawlon Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 75. J.] 

^ Sketch, in pencil, of arms in South Tawton Church ; drawn by 

Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 75. J.] 

View, in pencil, of Teignmouth, from the beach ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 76. b.] 

Two sketches, in pencil, of the rocks called the Parson and 
Clerk, as seen from Teignmouth ; drawn by Samuel Ly- 
sons, Esq, : 6 in. X 4 in., and 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 7S.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the rich altar-piece in West Teignmouth 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
lAdd. 9464. fol. 77. b.] 

South-west view, in pencil, of East Teignmouth Church; 
dra^'n by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 76. b.] 

\ iSoQtb'West view, in pencil, of the tower of East Teignmouth 
Church; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in, x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. ao.] 

View, in pencil, of East Teignmouth Church from the sea 
shore ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. ^Add. 
9464. fol. rs.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in East Teign- 
mouth Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in, x 4 
in. [Add. 9464. fol. 79. 6.] 

View, in pencil, of the tower of Bishop's Teignton Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in, [Add. 9464. 
fol. 77.] 



^26 DSVONSHIBB. 

Sketches, in pencil, of part of the south door, and of the upper 
part of the tower, of Bishop's Teignton Church ; 4 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 9464. fol. 77.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Bishop^s Teign- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. 
[AdcU 0464. fol. 77.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Drews Teignton 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 79.] 

Sketch, in pencil of the cromlech on a tenement called Shilston, 
at Drews Teignton ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 79.] 

Another view is engraved, on wood, in the Magna Bri- 
tannia, vol. vi. p. cccviii. 

A view, in brown chalk, of a large moving or Logan stone, in 
the river Teign, in the parish of Drews Teignton : 8 in. x 
8 in. [* XI. 130.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the octagopal stone font in King's Teign- 
ton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 90.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font, and of a monu- 
ment, in Templeton Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 76.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Tetcot Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 in. x 4 in. [AM. 9464. 
fol. 79. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font in Thelbridge Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fol. 80.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch, and of arms, 
in Thombury Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 7 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 80.] 

Sketch j in pencil, of part of the monumental figure of a lady in 
Thomcombe Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 81.] 

Small plans and details, in pencil, of parts of Ford Abbey, in 
the parish of Thomcombe ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 
6 in. X 4 in., and 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of Thurlestone Bock ; drawn by Samuel 
Lysons, Esq., 2 Aug. 1811 : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 
77. 6.] 



DEVONSHIRE. 327 

Three sketches, in peDci), of arms and sculpture in Tiverton 
^ Church ; drown by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : one 7 in. x 4 in., 
■ the others 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. so. &.] 

A nortli-west view, in pencil, of Cove Chapel, in the parish of 
Tiverton ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Topsham Church; 

dranm by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. 

fol. 80. £.] 
Sbetch, in pencil, of the octagonal stone font in Tor-Mohun 

Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 5 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9464. fol. ai.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular slone font in Little Tomngton 
Church; drawn by Samnel Lysons, Esq.: 4 in. x 4 in. 

I [Add. 9464. fol. m.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of part of one of the windows in Totness 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 8J.] 
ffhree sketches, in pencil, of details of Totness Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 5 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 9464. 
fol. 03.] 
Sketch,ii] pencil, of the circular stone font in Twitchen Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. ; 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. 
fcl. .4.] 
View, in pencil, of the principal front of Bradfield Hall, in the 
parish of Uffciilme, the seat of William Henry Walrond, Esq.; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. j with two 
sketches of details. [Add. 9464. fol. lo. b.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font in Ugborough 
Churchy drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 7 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. B5.] 
Umberleigh, in the parish of Atherington. See Atherington. 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of a clustered column, and of 
anns, etc., in Uploman Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. in.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the entrance under the porch, and of a 
tomb, in Upton Helions Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, 
Esq. : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 83. 6.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the square stone font on pillars in Wash- 
field Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysone, Esq. : 3 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. fis.] 



328 DEVONSHIRE. 

Six sketches, in pencil, of the square stone font, of the monu- 
ment of a crusader, and of arms, in Wear Giffard Church ; 
drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9464. fol. 85. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the capital of a column in Whitstone 
Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 86. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Withe- 
ridge Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9464. fol. 88.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of arms, etc., in Woodbury Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 88.] 

Sketch, in pencil, and plan, of the square stone font in Wool- 
fardisworthy or Wolsworlhy Church, in the hundred of Hert- 
land ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9464. fol. 88. &.] 

North-east view, in pencil, of Woolfardisworthy Church, in the 
hundred of Witheridge, with a sketch of the square stone 
font ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. ' 
9464. fol. 88. i.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the arch of the doorway on the 
south side of the nave of East Worlington Church ; drawn 
by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 89.] 

View, in pencil, of Afieton or Aflon Castle, in the parish of 
West Worlington ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 9 in. 
X 6 in. ; with a plan 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9464. fol. i.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font, and of sculpture,' 
in Y^dnscomb Church ; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq. : each 
4 in. X 3 in. lAdd. 9464. fol. 90.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of an arch in Yealmton Church ; drawn by 
Samuel Lysons, Esq. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9464. fol. 89.] 



DORSETSHIRE, 



Coast of Dorsetshire. See Southern Coast of England, pp. 
68-75, ante. 

A sketch of the country from Dorchester to Salisbury, as 
reconnoitred by Col. David Watson, Quarter-Master General 
of his Majesty^s forces; drawn by Lieut, [afterwards Major- 
General] Wm. Roy, June 10th, 1756, on a scale of one inch 
to a mile : 4 f. 2 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [d? vi. no.] 

IHew, in pencil, of Abbotsbury, as seen from Chapel Hill ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Eaye, 

I. 84.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the heights about Abbotsbury; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 
I. If 1.] 

View, in pencil, of the ruins of part of the old monastery at 
Abbotsbury; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Eaye, i. 96.] 

View, in pencil, of the outer side of the gateway or porter's 
lodge to the abbey of Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOJ in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 89.] 

Inner view, in Indian ink, of the porter's lodge at Abbotsbury ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: lOJ in. x 7j in. 
[P. jR. Kaye, i. io3.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the gateway of the 
conventual church at Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept 1790: each 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. iSaye, i. 

86, 87.] 

u u 



330 DORSETSHIRE. 

View, in pencil, of the inner gateway of the abbey of Abbots- 
bury} drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOj in. x 7^^ 
in. [P. jR. Kaye, i. 90.] 

Three views, in pencil, of the side and the two ends of the 
ruins of the dormitory of Abbotsbury; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : each 10 J in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 91-93.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of an 
abbat, behind the dormitory at Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept 1790 : each lOj in. x 7j in. [P. jR. Kaye, 

I. 94, 95.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the old conventual buildings at 
Abbotsbury; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 10^ in. 
X 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, i. io5.] 

South-east view, in Indian ink, of the old bam of Abbotsbury, 
with a distant view of the church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept 1790 : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Ka^e, I. 97.] 

North-west view, in Indian ink, of the old bam of Abbotsbury ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 98.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the malthouse at Abbotsbury ; drawn 
' by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: 10 J in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 1. 104.] 

Four drawings, in pencil and pen and ink, of capitals, sculpture, 
and windows, in the rains of Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : each 10} in. x 7} in. [P. J?. Kaye, i. 99-i02.] 

North-west view, in Indian ink, of Abbotsbury Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 85.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of one of the pillars and arches of 
the nave of Abbotsbury Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept 1790 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, I. 88.] 

View, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in Abbotsbury 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. io6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the front of the Ship Inn at Abbots- 
bury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 10} in. x 7} 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. los.] 

View, in pencil, of the back of the Ship Inn at Abbotsbury ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 107.] 



dorsbtshibe:. 331 

View, in iDiIian ink, taken from the Inn at Ab bo Lsburj, looking 
towards the sea; with St. Catherine's Hill and Chapel in the 
distance; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 
7Jin. [P.R. Kaye, I. ii7.] 

I A view, in outline, of "Hell with a bed," and St. Catherine's 
Hill and Chapel, at Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ub.] 

f A distant south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Catherine's 
Chapel at Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in Sept. 
1790: lOJ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iia.] 

' North-west view, in outline, of St. Catherine's Hill and Chapel, 
with the tower of Abbotsbury Church in the distance ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. Ji. 
Kaye, i. iia.] 
Nortb-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Catherine's Chapel at 
Abbotsbury; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. io3.] 

I South view, iu Indian ink, of St. Catherine's Cbapel at Abbots- 
bury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOJ in. x 7J 
iu. [P. P. Kaye, 1. 110.] 

[ Sotitb-weslview, inouUine,of St. Catherine's Chapel at Abbots- 
bury; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, I. iii.] 

\ A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the east end of St. 
Catherine's Cbapel at Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1790: 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ii+.] 

I Elevation, in Indian ink, of the interior of the north window of 
St. Catherine's Chapel at Abbotsbury; drawn by S, H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

115.] 

I Elevation of a piscina in St. Catherine's Chapel at Abbots- 
bury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOj^ in. x 1^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ii6.] 

[ An outline west view, taken from the camp at Abbotsbury ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 
uy.] 

, An east view, in Indian ink, taken from Abbotsbury Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

12!.] 

' View, in Indian ink, of a thatched outhouse at the decoy, 
Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOj in. X 7J 
in. [P, R. Kaye, i. i*3.] 

tJ u 2 



332 OORSETSHIRB« 

View, in Indian ink, of a gulltrap, as used at Abbotsbury ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 124.] 

View, in pencil, of a farm between Abbotsbury and Langton ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, i. 

120.] 

• 

St. Aldan's Head. See Southern Coast, p. 75, ante. 

ArishmuU, near Lulworth. See Southern Coast, pp. 74, 75,. 
ante. 

Bow and Arrow Castle, on Portland Island. See Southern 
Coast, p. 71, ante, 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Broadway Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. jR. Kaye, i. 123.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the roof of Broadway Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. R, 
Kaye, i. 127.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the circular stone font at Broadway Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. iJ. Kaye, i. 

126.] 

A colored '* plan of lands at Parkson, [in the parish of Great 
Canford, near Poole,] belonging to Sir Thomas Webb, Bart, 
and Mr. Thomas Cload, taken July 20th, 1748 ;" " drawn by 
Thomas Bishop, for Sir Thomas Webb : " 2 f x 1 f. 6 in. 

[d? XII. 22.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of a window in Ceme Abbas Church; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. 
jR. Kaye, 1. 133.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the hexagonal stone font in Ceme Abbas 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7j in. [P. jR. 
Kaye, i. 132.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. Austin's Well at Ceme Abbas; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^^ in. x 7j in. [P. if. Kaye, i. 

128.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of St. Catherine's Hill at Ceme 
Abbas; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOJ in. x 
7j in. [P. jR. Kaye, 1. 130.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the figure of a giant, cut on the west 
side of St. Catherine's HUl, at Ceme Abbas ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in 1790 : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. jR. Kaye, 1. 129.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of some hills at Ceme Abbas ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in 1790 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 131.] ^ 



DOBSETSHIRE. 333 

Chesil Beach. See Socthern Coast, p. 6tf, ante. 

A genera) west view of Corfc Castle and Town, in the isle of 
Purbeck; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in Sept 1790: iOj in. X 
7i in. [P. li. Kaye, i. no.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the approach to Gorfe Castle Irom 
Warebam; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu Sept, 1790: lOJ in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 1:^.] 

Three rough plans and stelches, in pencil, of Corfe Castle; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 8 in. x 5 in. 
lAdd.Ql%b. ff. no, lU.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Corfe Castle, with part of the 
town; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu Sept. 1790: lOj in. x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 138.] 

A Boatb view, in Indian ink, of Corfe Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kayo, i. 

t37.] 

A sonth-east view, in Indian ink, of Corfe Castle, taken firom 
the bridge on the foot of the town ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1790 : lOj iu. X 7^ in. [P. ft. Kaye, 1. 135.] 

^ A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Corfe Castle, taken from 
near the entrance ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 ; 
lOi iu. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. i36.] 

f A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Corfe Castle; drawn by 
S, H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOJ in. x 7^ iu. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 139.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of the chapel 
iu Corfe Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu Sept. 1790 : lOJ 
in. X 7iin. [P. J?. Kaye, I. lii.] 

Elevarion, in Indian ink, of one of the clustered pillars in Corfe 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOJ in. x 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 14a.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a monument iu Corfe Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790 : lOJ in. x 71 iu. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. ut.l 

Creeh Barrow, iu the parish of Steeple, near Warehom. See 
Steeple. 

Crook Hill. Sec Southern Coast, p. 69, ante. 

Elevation, in pencil, of an ancient altar tomb of one of the 
Williams family, under an arch in the north aisle of Dor- 
chester Church, and called " the founder's monument ; " drawn 



334 DOBSETSHIBE. 

by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. i45.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of Joan de St. 
Omer, widow of Robert More, (who died in 1426,) on the floor 
of the south aisle of Dorchester Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in August 1790 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. -R. Kaye, i. 

146.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of a crusader 
under a window in the south aisle of Dorchester Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: 10^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. i47.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of a crusader in 
the wall of the north aisle of Dorchester Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. K 
Kaye, i. i48.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance of the Roman amphi- 
theatre at Dorchester ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 
1790 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 144.] 

Durdle Door, at West Lulworth. See Southern Coast, p. 74, 
ante. 

East Town, on Portland Island. See Southern Coast, p. 71, 
ante. 

Fleet. See Southern Coast, p. 69, ante. 

Flower Barrow Camp. See Southern Coast, p. 75, ante. 

A colored plan, on vellum, of ^^ Payne's Place, a capitall man- 
sion so called, nygh Shaftesbury, in the parish [chapelry] of 
Motcomb [in the parish of Gillingham] in com. Dorset, with 
diverse severalls of land, being part of the possessions of Sir 
John Crooke, knight, in the right of Dame Rachell, his wife, 
daughter and sole heir of Sir William Webbe, of Motcombe, 
in com. Dorset, knight ;'* drawn by Henry Lily, on a scale of 
17 perches (of 16 J f.) to an inch. The Crooke and Webb 
arms are emblazoned at the top : 2 f 6 in. x 2 f. 2 in. [fi 

XII. 23.] 

Hanbury Barrow. See Southern Coast, p. 75, ante. 
Handfast Point. See Southern Coast, p. 75, ante. 
Heelstone or Hell-stone, a cromlech so called. See Portis- 

HAM. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Langton, on the way from Weymouth 
to Abbotsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790 : 10|^ 
in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 15«.] 



DORSETSHIRE. 



3S5 



Lalwortb. See Southern Coast, pp. 74, 75, ante. 
Lyme Regis. See Sodthern Coast, p. 68, ante. 
Maiden Castle, a Roman entrcachment, in the parish of Win- 
~ See Winteh- 



terboume St. Martin, near Dorchester, 
BODBNE. 
Pkrkson, ii 



the parish of Great Cauford. See Canford. 
Payne's Place, in the chapelry of Motcorabe, in the parish of 

Gillingham. See Gillincuah. 
Peverell Point. See Sodthern Coast, p. 75, ante. 
Sketch, in pencil, with details, of the circular stone font in Pid- 

lington or Piddleton Church ; drawn by James Essex : 4 in. 

X 4 in. [Jdd. 6770. p. i5.] 
I Poole Harbour. See Southern Coast, pp. 68, 75, ante. 
South-east view, in pencil, of Portisham Church ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. sia.] 
Elevation, in Indian ink, of a doorway in the chancel of Porti- 
sham Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. 

[P. R. Kaye, i. ii3.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the square stone font in Portisham 

Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R. 

Kaye, r. ji4.] 
F Outline sketch of a figure on the north porch of Portisham 

Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. X 7} in. [P. R. 

Kaye, i. *i5.] 
I View, in Indian ink, of a grave under a rock in Portisham 

Church-yard; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 16j in. x 7J in. 

[P. R. Kaye, i. lie.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the stone stile, with an engraved sepul- 
chral cross, leading to Portisham Church-yard ; drawn by S. 

H. Grimm.in Sept 1790 : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

817.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the Heelstone or Hell Stone, a crom- 
lech near Portisham, on the heights of Abbotsbury; drawn 
byS. H. Grimm, in Sept 1790: lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. sis.] 

Portland Isle. See Southern Coast, pp. 69-73, ante. 

Purbeck. See Southern Coast, p. 75, ante. 

Radipole. See Southern Coast, p. 74, ante. 

Sand&ot Castle, near Weymouth. See Sodthern Coast, p. 
73, ante. 



336 D0HSET3HIRE. 

Elevation, in pencil, of a doorway in Sherborne Church ; drawn 
byS. H. Grimm, in August, 1790 : lOj in. x 71 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 233.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved capital of a pillar in a 
south chapel of Sherborne Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1790 : lOj in, x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. asi.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of a knight in the 
south aisle of Sherborne Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aao.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental etBgies of Sir John 
Horsey in the north transept of Sherborne Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3*9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a monumental effigy of an abbat or 
bishop in the Lewston, formerly St. Catherine's Chapel, at 
the west side of the south transept of Sherborne Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimni, in August, 1790: lOj in. x 7^ in. 1 
[P. R. Kaye, i. aar.] ' 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of Joane, daughter 
of Sir Alexander Culpepper, widow of Aldred Filzjames, and 
afterwards wife of John Lewston, Esq., (and who died in 
1579,) in the Lewston Chapel, in the south transept of Sher- 
borne Church; drawn by S. H, Grimm: lOj in. x T\ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. S28.] 

Interior view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Sherborne Castle; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790; lOJ in. x 71 in. 

[P. R. Kaye, i. 23:5.] 
Elevation, in pencil, of a window in the ruins of Sberbome 

Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R, 

Kaye, i. sss.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a pillar in the miu of Sherhome 
Castle; by S. H. Grimm, in August, 1790: 101 iu.-x 7^ to 
[P. R. Kaye, i. s*i.] 

Shingle Bank. See Soothehn Coast, p. 69, ante. 

Southwell, on Portland Island. Spe Southern Coast, p. 71 



« 



View, in outline, of a high hill, called Creeh Barrow, in the 
parish of Steeple, neat Wareham ; drawn by S, H, Grimm, 
in SepL 1790 : lOi in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aia.] 

Strangeway Castle. See Sotithern Coast, pp. 68, 69, ante. 

Swanwick Key and Bay. See SouTHESN Coast, p. 75, ante 



DORSETSHIRE. 



387 



Swyre. See SotrrnERN Coast, p. 68, ante. 

Upway, near Weymouth. See Southern Coast, p. 74, ante. 

Wakeham, on Portland Island. See Sodthern Coast, p. 71, 

View, in Indian ink, of the carved hexa^^onal stone font in St. 

Mary's Church at Wareham ; drawn by S. H. Griram, in Sept. 

1790: lOj in. X 7* in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 35«.] 
Three drawings, in pencil and Indian ink, of a double piscina, 

and of details, etc., in Wareham Church ; draira by S. H. 

Grimm: each 10 j in. x 7j in, [P. R, Kaye, i. zbi—ii>8.'\ 
Sketch, in Indian ink, of an ancient sculpture of the crucifixion 

outside Wareham Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 

1790 : lOi in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. s.w,] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of a knight in the 
chapel south of the chancel of Wareham Church ; drawn by 
S.H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: 10 j in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 161.] 

View, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of a knight in a 
chapel to the right of the chancel in Wareham Chiirchj 
drawn byS. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1790: lOjin. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, r. sw.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. Maudlin's Chapel at Wareham ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in SepL 1790: each lOi in. x 7% 

in. [P. R. Kaye, i. S49.] 
Waiien House. See Southern Coast, p. 68, ante. 
Weymouth and Weymouth Bay. See Southern Coast, pp. 

70-74, ante. 

Colored front and side elevations and plans of the King's 
Floating Baths at Weymouth ; drawn by John William 
Hiort, on a scale of 2 feet 9 inches to an inch : each 1 f. 10 
in. X I f. 9 in. [« xii. is. A, i.] 

Highly finished colored plan, with two sections, of the Eomau 
entrenchment, called Maiden Castle, in the parish of Winter- 
bourne St. Martin, near Dorchester; drawn by [Major-Gene- 
ral] William Roy, Feb. 11th, 1757, on a scale of 200 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [d; xii. io.] 

tiannel. Spe Sodthekn Coast, p. 75, ante. 



; 




DURHAM, 



A MAP of the Bishoprick of Durham, drawn temp. Elizabeth ; 
some of the names are in the handwriting of Lord Burghley ; 
on a scale of 7 miles to 4 inches : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[O. R. Libr, 18 d. hi. fol. 69.] 

Coast of Durham. See Eastern Coast, pp. 124, 125, ante. 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the church at Auckland ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

280.] 

An interior view, in Indian in£, of the chancel of Auckland 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x l\ in. [P. R. 
Eaye, i. 28i.] 

Outline sketch of the monumental brass figure of an ecclesiastic 
in Auckland Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9} in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Eaye, i. 28«.] 

Three sketches, in outline, of the recumbent monumental figures 
of a crusader, a knight, and a lady, in Auckland Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9} in. x 6 in. [P. R. Eaye, 

I. 283-285.] 

A general view, in outline, of the country near Binchester, 
in the parish of St Andrew Auckland; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. -R. Eaye, i. 305.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the bridge and village of Sunderland, in 
the parish of Auckland St. Andrew, taken firom Croxdale 
Point ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x l\ in. [P. R. 
Eaye, i. 326.] 

A ^^ draught of Newton Bridge at Bishops Auckland, built by 
Walter Skirlaw, Bishop of Durham, in the year 1388, and 



^^ Ih. 

^^L In 



339 



the reign of Richard llie Second ; " being an elevation, in 

Indian ink, drawn in the year 1733, on a scale of 15 feet to 

an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f, 1 in. [dr xii. 3o. c] 
Tvo views, one in outline, the other in Indian ink, of the bridge 

at Anckland ; token from opposite sides of the river, by 

S. H. Grimm : each lOJ in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. -ise, 

m.] 
A general view, in outline, of the Bishop of Durham's Chapel 

at Auckland ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. X 1 f. 

[P. It. Kaye, i. ars.] 

A view, in outline, of the deer-house in the park of Bishops 

Auckland, and pencil sketch of the same view ; drawn by ^^^ 

S. H. Grimm: each 10^ in. x 7} in. [P. Ji. Kaye, i. me, ^H 

^M 

Illaroard or Bernard Castle, in the parish of Gainford. See ^^^| 

Gainporo. ^^H 

Bear Park, properly Beaurepaire, in the parish of Witton Gil- ^^^| 

bert. See Witton Gilbert. ^^^| 

Bincfaester, in the parish of Auckland St. Andrew. See Auck- ^^^H 

LAND. ^^H 

Bishops Auckland. See Auckland. 
View, in Indian ink, of the sand-hill called Nab-hill or Nable- 
hill and Marble-hill, supposed to have been the camp of 
Gonnund, the Dane, (by the country people still called the 
Dane's hole,) at Mainsforth, in the parish of Bishop Middle- 
ham, near Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1782 : IO4 
in. X 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 13*.] 
Blackball, near Hartlepool, See Eastebn Coast, p. I24,atile. 
Bradbury Hill, in the parish of Sedgeficld. See Sedgefield. 
View, in Indian ink, of Brancepeth Castle and Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 

306.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Communion table in Brancepeth 

Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x TJ in. [P. R. 

Kaye, I. 3i0.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental effi^es of a crusader 

in Brancepeth Church ; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7j in. 

[P. R. Kaye, i. aoa.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the wooden monumental effigies of 

a knight and his lady in Brancepetli Church ; by S. H. 

Grimm : lOJ in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. mj.] 

X X 2 



840 DUBHAM. 

View, in Indian ink, of the gateway of Brancepeth Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. IL Kaye, 

I. 307.] 

Bntterby, in the parish of St. Oswald, in Durham. See 
Durham. 

Distant view, in outline, of Castle Eden ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. E^aye, i. 502.] 

South view, in outline, of the church at Chester-le-street ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x* 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3ib.] 

Two views, in outline, of the reading-desk in the church at 
Chester-le-street ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 3«3.] 

Two drawings, in outline, of monuments in the church at 
, Chester-le-street ; by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. -R. Kaye, i. 3i9, S2o.] 

Drawing, in outline, of two monuments of the Lumley family 
in the church of Chester-le-street; by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 
in. X 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 33i.] 

View, in outline, of a stone cross in the church-yard of Chester- 
le-street; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 322.] 

A colored view of Lambton Colliery, in the parish of Chester-le- 
street, Durham : 9i in. x 7^ in. \fb xii. 48.] 

Distant view, in outline, of Wardelas and Lumley Castle, 
the seat of the Earl of Scarborough, in the parish of 
Chester-le-street; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10 in. x 6 in. 
[P. jB. Kaye, ii. i43.] 

A distant view, in outline, of Lumley Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 139.] 

View, in outline, of the principal or entrance front of Lumley 
Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. i38.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the back front of Lumley Castle; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 11 in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

140.] 

Elevations, in Lidian ink, of two of the towers of Lumley 
Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: each 10^ in. x 7) in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. i4i, i4t.] 



DURHAM. 341 

\ View, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Ravensworth 
Castle, in the parish of Chester-le-street ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 9i in. x 6 ia. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 153.] 

View, in ontline, of one of the towers at the entrance of Ravens- 
worth Caslle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in, x 6 in. [P. if. 
Kaye, ii. i53.] 

View, in outline, of an obelisk near Ravensworth ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R, Kaye, u. i54,] 

Croxdale, in the parish of St. Oswald, in Durham. See 
Ddruam. 

View, in outline, of the Hulphureous pools within the farm of 
Oxenfield, near Darlington, called "Hell Kettles;" drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. en.] 

*' Plan de Durham : " a colored plan ; drawn by a French artist, 
about 1650 : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 17.] 

Distant view, in Indian ink, of Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi^ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 336.] 

Distant outline view of Durham, from " Akdy Head ;" drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 333.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Durham, taken from the road near 
Chincliff; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 334.] 

»A general west view, in outline, of Durham ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3.7.] 

VieWjin outline, of Durham and Elvet; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
1 f, 3 in. X 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3'J9.] 

A general view, in Indian ink, of Durham, taken from Gilligate 
or St. Giles's Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 8 in. x 
1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. sas.] 

View, in outline, of Durham, uken from Elvet Church-yard; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, I. 

331.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Durham Cathedral, Castle, and Bridge ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, I. 

336.] 

View, in outline, of Durham, as seen from the Prebendal Bridge ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
1.330.] 



342 DURHAM. 

View, in outline, of the castle and cathedral of Durham, taken * 
from Framwell Gate Bridge; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 
8 b. X 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, r. 332.] 

North view, in Indian ink, up the river Wear, at Durham ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimra : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. It. Kaye, i. 337.] 

View, in outline, of the gate of Durham Cathedral ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 34i.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the door into the vestry of Durham 
Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6739. fol. -.'.] 

Elevations, in pen and ink, of the upper and lower south doors 
of Durham Cathedral, with diagrams to shew the rationale 
of their construction: drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
each 8 in. X 6 in. [Add. C738. ff. 5, 9.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the ancient rrietallic ring or knocker 
on the door of the north porch of Durham Cathedral, for the 
use of persons claiming sanctuary in the night-time ; by S. H. 
Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. li. Kaye, i. 35*.] 

Elevation, in outline, of the east end of Durham Cathedral ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x II in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 340.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the celebration of the Communion in 

Durham Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7^ 

in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3S6.] 
Three drawings, in Indian ink, of the Communion plate at 

Durham Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm: each lOJ in. x 7J in. 

[P. R. Kaye, i. 357-3,w.] 
View, in outline, of the interior of St. Mary's Chapel, or the 

Galilee, in Durham Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 

X 9J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ii3.] 
Elevation, in outline, of the back part of the bishop's throne in 

Durham Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimra : lOj in. x 7J 

in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 346,] 
Six elevations, in pen and ink, shewing the tracery of windows 

in Durham Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

each 6 in. X 4 in. {Add. 6752. ff. i6«-i68.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Ralph, Lord Neville, 

on the south side of the nave of Durham Cathedral ; drawn 

by S. U. Grimm: 10} in. x 7) in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3M.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a statue of St. Cutlibert, formerly in 
one of the three grand centre canopies on tlie west side of the 



4 

i 



DURHAM. 343 

screen in Durham Cathedral, but now standing in the corner 
of a cellar in the castle ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 1 in. x 7 in. ; 
with an outline of the same, 10 in. x 6 in. [P. R, Kaye, i. 

390, 391,] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the chest " well fortified with nayles 
and leather," which contained the coffin of St. Cuthbert, an- 
ciently in St. Cuthbcrt's Shrine in the Feretory, and after- 
wards inclosed in a marble sepulchre at the expense of John, 
Lord Neville, but now removed irith his statue to a cellar 
in the castle of Durham ; by S. H. Grimm ; lOJ in. x 7^ in. ; 
with an outline of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 
3M, 393.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an ancient seat in the vestry of Durham 
Cathedral for the poor to have their feet washed; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7\ in. \_P. R. Kaye, i. 353.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the old poor chest in the vestry at 
Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 353.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the old stone basso relievo on the octan- 
gular tower at the west angle of the chapel of the Nine 
Altars, at the eastern extremity of Durham Cathedral, repre- 
senting a woman and cow, in allusion to the legend which 
caused the cathedral to be founded on this spot ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3m.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone representing " the new dun 
cow," being perhaps the preceding stone resculptured and 
altered; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 3«.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a thorn tree in the church-yard of 
Durham Cathedral, near the figure of the dun cow ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. {P. R. Kaye, i. 3«.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a grave-stone with a richly sculptured 
cross, in the church-yard of Durham Minster; by S. H. 
Grimm: 10^ in. x 7Jin.; with an outline of the Bame, 9 in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ivr, 347*.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured cross and sword in the 
church-yard of Durham Cathedral, " on the outside of the 
chapel of the Nine Altars;" by S. H. Grimm: lOj- in. x 7 J 
in. ; with an outline, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i, 35i, 35a.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Robert Dodsley, 
bookseller and author, in the north side of the church-yard 



: 



of Durham Cathedral; drawn bj" 8. H. Giimm: 10 J in, X 
Zj- in. ; with an outline, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 34S, 

349.] 

View, in pencil, of a large thorn tree in the church-yard at 
Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 34S.] 

View, in outline, of the gateway to the Chapter House of Dur- 
ham Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Griram: 1 f. 3 in, x 11 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 36o.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of tlie Chapter House of Dur- 
ham Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 7 iu. x 1 f. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. *5i.] 

View, in outline, of the gateway of the college at Durham; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: !1 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

376.] 

Two drawings of the groined ceiling of the gateway of the col- 
lege at Durham ; by S. II. Grimm : each 9 in, X 6 in. [P. 
J^. Kaye, i. 377, 378.] 

View, in outline, of one end of the hall in the Deanery of Dur- 
ham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. x 10 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 363.] 

A view, in outline, of the interior of the octangular vaulted 
kitchen in the Deanery at Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
10 in. X 9i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 37g.] 

Drawing, in ouGine, of an ancient table in the kitchen of the 
Deanery at Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 373.] 

View, in outline, of a richly ornamented ceiling in the Deanery, 
Durham ; by S. H. Griram : 9 in. x 5 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

Eight drawings, in outline, of ornaments, carvings, and arms, 
in the Deanery, Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. sei-ari.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the college at Durham, shewing some 
of the prebendal liouscs ; drami by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. 
X 1 f. 1 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 374.] 

View, in outline, (different from the preceding,) of the college at 
Durham; drawn by S, II, Grimm: 1 f 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. w:..] 

A colored " south-east view of the Rev, Dr. Prosser's house, 
Durham," being one of the prebendal liouses in the college, 



p ilie gateway ; drawn by Jobn Buckler : 1 f. 3 in. x 10 
[* XII. 34. (.] 

A colored north-west view of the same house ; drawn by John 
r Buckler: 1 f. 3 in. x 10 in. [ft xn. 3i. u.] 

rawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient basso relievo in the col- 
lege at Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : 1 1 In. x 7} in. [F. R. 
Kaye, i. 379.] 

Two views, in outline, of the north gateway at Durham, used as 
the prison ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x G in. [P. 
R. Eaye, i. 4t8, ii<i.] 

Slew, in Indian ink, of the gate of the castle at Durham ; 
L drawn by S. H, Grimm : 11 in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 
I 380.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the keep of the castle at Durham ; 
, drawn by S. H. Grimm : U in. x 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, i. 

I 3B1.] 

I^w, in outline, of the interior of the hall in Durham Castle 
' drawn by S. H. Grimm: If. 3 in. x II in. [P. R. Kaye, 

5.] 

Tiew, in outline, of the interior of the chapel in a vault of the 
castle at Durham; drawu by S.H.Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. X U 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 383.] 

Drawings, in outline, of the capitals of two pillars in the under- 
ground chapel in the castle at Durham ; by S. H, Grimm : 9 
in. X fi in, [P. R. Kaye, i. 384.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the offices in the castle at 
Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : I f. 3 in. x 1 1 iu. [P. R. Kaye, 
I I. 386.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the inscription over the shutters of the 
offices in the castle of Durham ; by S. H. Grimm: 9 iu. x 
6 in, [P. R. Kaye, i. 387.] 

Slevation, in Indian ink, of a richly ornamented doorway in the 
• castle at Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: II in. x 7 in. 
[P.ii. Kaye, I. 38*.] 

Elevations, in outline, of ornamented doors and windows in 
Durham Castle ; drawu by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. saa.] 

Drawings, in outline, of an ancient doorway and carved pilaster 
near the castle of Durham ; by S. II. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. sbp.] 



346 DURHAM. 

North-west view, in outline, of St Giles* Church at Durham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 400.] 

View, in outline, of part of the interior of St. Giles' Church, 
Durham, with the circular stone font ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 40i.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the wooden monumental figure of a 
knight in armour, said to be one of the Heath family, in 1591, 
in St. Giles' Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Eaye, i. 402.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient chest in St. Giles' 
Church; by S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 408.] 

Five drawings, in outline, of sepulchral crosses, a coffin, and 
various details, in St. Giles' Church ; by S. H. Grimm : each 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 403-409.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Margaret's Church, in 
Cross Gate, Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^- in. x 7 J 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i.4i4.] 

View, in outline, of the ruins of St. Margaret's, at Durham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. -R. Kaye, i. 

412.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Little St. Mary-le-Bow Church, 
in the South Bailey, Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ 
in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4io.] 

A north view, in outline, of St. Mary-le-Bow Chiurch, on the 
east side of the North Bailey, Durham ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 394.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the east end of the church 
of St. Mary-le-Bow, at Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
8 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 396.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the communion plate in the church of 
St Mary-le-Bow, at Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 
in. [P. -R. Kaye, I. 395.] 

Three drawings of windows and arms in the church of St Mary- 
le-Bow, Durham ; by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i. 397-399.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the church of St Nicholas, on 
the south side of the market-place of Durham ; drawu by S. 
H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7) in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4ii.] 



View, in Indian ink, of St. Oswald's or Elvet Church, Durham, 
taken from the river Wear; drawo by fi. H. Grimm : 10^ in. 
X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 'Mj.] 

"View, in outline, of Durham Race ; drawn by S, H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3J9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Butterby Ferry, in the parish of St. Os- 
wald, at Durham ; drawn by S. K. Giimm: 10^ in. x 7} in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 3if .] 

View, in Indian ink, of the way to the Gill containing the wells, 
opposite Butterby; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ;ii3.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the " creek in the river Wear at But- 
terby Well, containing two springs, one called the Sweet 
Well and the otber the Stinking Well ; " drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3ii.] 

J-View, in Indian ink, of the " Sweet Well " at Butterby ; drawn 
by S. H, Grimm : lOi in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 3i5.] 

iView, in Indian ink, of tlie "stinking sulphureous well in a 
deU at Butterby ; " drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7 J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. .ns.] 

BView, in Indian ink, of a salt spring in the middle of the bed 
of the river Wear at Butterby Wells ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 317.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from Croxdale Point, looking to- 
wards Durham and Chincliff ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj 
in. X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. Jij.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the door in the chancel of Croxdale 
Church, in the parish of St. Oswald, in Durham; drawn by 
S. H, Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, I. :i24.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a house at Old Durham ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm ; 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4a6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of embankments and mounds at Old Dur- 
ham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i, 427.] 

Drawing, in outline, of the stone chair at Framwell Gate, Dur- 
ham ; by S. H. Grimm : 6 in. x 4 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4io.] 

View, in outline, of an old house at Framwell Gate, Durham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm,: 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, r. 

Y Y 2 



I 



^U 



34S DURHAM. 

View, in Indian ink, of Fraravrell Gate Bridge, Durhani; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ■ 

415.] 
Anotber view, in Indian ink, of Framwell Gate Bridge, Dur- 
ham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7} in. [P. R, 

Kayc, I. -nfi.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the new Prebendal and Framwell Gate 

Bridge, at Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: \0\ in, x 74 

in. [P. R. Kayc, i. 335.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the winding of the river Wear above 

the Prebendal Bridge at Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 

lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 1^4.] 
View, in outline, of the Water Gate at Durham ; drawn by S. H. I 

Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. {P. R. Kaye, i. «i.] 
View, in outline, of the cascade at Durham ; drawn by S. H. 

Grimm: » in. x 6 in. [P. B. Kaye, i. Ka.] 
View, in outline, of St. Oswald's Well, at Durham ; drawn by I 

S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. {P. R. Kaye, i. 4*3.] 
View, in outline, of Kepier Hospital, in the parish of St GileB^J 

at Durham; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. 

[P. R. Kaye, ii. isa.] 

View, in outline, of the gateway of Kepier; di-awn by S. H. 

Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. iJ9.] 
View,inoutline, of the court of Kepier; drawn by S H. Grimm: 

1 f. 3 in. X 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. !;».] 

A view, in ludian ink, of the hill called Maiden Castle, near 1 
Durham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. | 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. iw.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Charles' Cross, near Durham ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7) in. [P. R. Kaye, i. +30.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Nevil's Cross, near Durham ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOj m. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4sb.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Philip's Cross, near Durham ; drawn by 
S.H.Grimm: lOjin. x 7^ in. ; with an outline of the same 
view, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 4*29, 4S9*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an inn at White Smoak, near Durham ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 

Eden Castle. See Castle Eden. 

Embleton, in the parish of Sedgefield. See Sedoefield. 




A plan, in pen and ink, of Finchale Priory ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kernch : 7 in. X 6 in. iAdd. 6744, fol. 50.] 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Finchale Priory ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. si.] 



ns of Finchale Priory ; 
: 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, 



East view, in Indian ink, of the i 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 9 in 

I. Ml,] 

A west view, in outline, of the ruins of Finchale Priory ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 5o5.] 



A north view, in outline, of the r 
by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. > 



ins of Finchale Priory ; drawn 
lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, i. ane.] 



View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of Finchale 
Priory, taken from a staircase in the inside of one of the pil- 
lars ; dra«-n by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 
n. ».] 

Three views, in outline, of the interior of the ruins of Finchale 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in, 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 507-5o9.] 

^Two views, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of Finchale 
Priory; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, i, sio, 5ii.] 

South-west view, in outline, of llie interior of the ruins of 
Finchale Priory; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 11 in. 
[P. jR. Kaye, i. sis.] 

(.South-east view, in outline, of the interior of the ruins of Finchale 
Priory; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P.R. 
Kaye, i. di3.] 

I View, in outline, of the interior of the ruins of the tower of 
Finchale Priory ; drawn by S. H.Grimm: I f. 3 in. x II in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a staircase in one of the pillars of 
Finchale Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; lOi in. x 7i in. 
[P. ii. Kaye, 11.3.] 

View, in outline, of the great arch in the ruins of Finchale 
Priory ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; with a duplicate in pencil : 
each 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 4, 5.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the nave of Finchale Priory ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOi in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 6.] 



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4 




350 DURHAM. 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the nave of Ilnchale Prioiy ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7| in. [P. R. Kaye, 
II. r.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the alternate forms pf the pillars at the 
priory church of Finchale; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. 
X 7 J in, [P. R. Kaye, n. 8.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the doorway in the priory church of 
Finchale; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. if. 
Kaye, ii. 9.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a double piscina in the chancel of 
the church at Finchale ; drawn by S. H. Grimm r 10i| in. x 
7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 16.] 

View, in outline, of .the crypt under the priory church of 
Finchale; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x II in. [P. 
R, Kaye, ii. lo.] 

View, in outline; of part of the crypt at Finchale ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 8 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ii.] 

Four views, in Indian ink, of vaults in the ruins of Finchale 
Priory ; 'drawn by S. H. Grimm: each lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. 
JR. Kaye, ii. 12-15.] 

Five drawings, in pencil and Indian ink,of capitals of pillars in 
the cloisters of Finchale Priory, and of smadl portions of the 
ruins; by S. H. Grimm: each 10} in. x 7} in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. i7-«3.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a recess called the Wishing Chair 
at Finchale; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7j^ in. [P. 
. jB. B^aye, 11. 24.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from a seat behind the garden at 
Finchale; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7jin. [P./J.- 
Kaye, 11. 25.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from the window at Finchale ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 26.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a curious rustic stile at Finchale ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10} in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 27.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the rocks opposite Finchale Priory ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 503.] 

View, in outline, of the church and part of the village of Gains- 
ford; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. 28.] 



DURHAM. 351 

View, ill outline, of a house at Gaiiieford; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : 9 iu. x G in. [P. It. Kaye, ii. •js.'] 

Six drawings, in outline, of sepulchral crosses at Gainsford ; by 
S. H. Grimm: each lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, li. 

30-J5.] 

A north view, in pencil and Indian ink, of the ruins of Bernard 

Castle, in the parish of Gainsford : 7 in. x 5 in. [tfr xir. 

31. 6.] 

A south-east view, in pencil, of the ruins of Bernard Castle : 1 f. 

X 7i in. [a XII. 31. (/.] 

r View, in pencil, of part of the interior of Bernard Castle : 1 f. 

X 74 in. [ft XII. 31. fl.] 
( "Siew, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St. Mary's, at Gateshead ; 
dra«TQ by S. II . Grimm : 1 f. x 9^ in. [P. B. Kaye, ii. 36.} 
t View, in Indian ink, of the hospital at Gateshead ; drawn by 

S. II. Grimm ; lOi in. X 7} in. {P, H. Kaye, II. 37.] 
.View, in outline, of the ruins of the hospital at Grealham; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. K. Kaye, 

11. 38.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the parish church at 

Greatham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. B. 

Kaye, ii. S9.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the chancel of the parish church of 

Greatham; drawn byS. H.Grimm: lOi in. x 7iin, [P. B. 

Kaye, II. 4o.j 

■ l^w, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font, willi richly 

carved cover, in Greatham Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 

lOi in. X 7^ in. ; with an outline of the same, 9 iu. x 6 in. 

[P. R. Kaye, ii. -h, i-i-l 
View, ill outline, of the great arch and pulpit in Greatham 

Church ; drawn by S, H. Grimm : 9 in. x (i in. {/*. B. Kaye, 

11. -u.] 
' View, in Indian ink, of part of the hospital of St Mary at 

Greatham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. \P. 

R. Kaye, ii. «.] 
Sketch, in outline, of a recumbent moDumental figure under an 

arch in the church of Greatham Hospital; drawn by S. H. 

Griram: 9 in. x 6 in.; with a copy of the same in pencil. 

[P. B. Kaye, ir. 43.] 
Elevation, in Indian ink, of the altar-table in the church of 

Greatham Hospiliil ; drawu by S. H. Grimm : 10} iu. x 7^ 



I 



352 DURHAM. 

in. ; with a pencil outline of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. RiM 
Kaye, ii. le.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a sculptured head io the church of Greatfl 
ham Hospital ; drawn by S- H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. j 

R. Kaye, ii. 4?.] 

Grindon, in the parish of Norham. See Norhah. 

Hartlepool. See Eastern Coast, pp. 124, 125, ante. 

Hell Kettles ; pools of water, in the parish of Darlington, soJ 
called. See Darungton. 

Holy Island. See Eastern Co.iBT, pp. 130, 131, ante. 

South-east view, in outline, of the church of Hougbton-l 

Spring ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : I f. 3. in. x 11 in, [P. J 

Kaye, ii. Bi.] 
View, in outline, of the monument of Bernard Gilpin in thrf 

church of Houghton-le-Spring; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 

in. X 6 in. [P. Ii. Kaye, ii. B'i,] 

Views, in outline, of two monuments in the church of Houghton- i 
le-Spring; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. [P.* 
R. Kaye, ii. oi, bi.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental brass effigies of 
Margery Lilbume, (wife of Richard Belasis, of Henknol,) with 
her twelve children, in llie south wall of the chancel of the g 
church of Houghton.le-Spring ; by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. 
7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 85.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an old bouse at Hougbton-le-Spring ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ,] 

B6.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the horse bridge at Houghton-le-Spring ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ] 

U7.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stile made of whales' ribs all 
Houghton Pans ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : \0\ in. x 7^ in, {■ 
with an outliue of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, it.l 

BB.] 

A colored " plan and section of the church at Jarrow, formerly 
Girwi or Gyrwy, in the county of Durham, Oct, 1769 ;' 
drawn on a scale of 171 feet to an inch : with a MS. d 



[ibJi 



■.h.-\ 



'■>, descrip- 



North \iew 
Grinuu: 



1 Indian ink, of Jarrow Church ; drawn by S. U« ' 



. X U i 



[P. A. Kaye, II. lie.] 



DUTIHAM. 393 

KSouth-irest view, in outline, of Jarrow Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. lis.] 

■ "View, in Indian ink, of part of the south side of Jarrow Church; 

drawn by S. 11. Grimm : lOj in. x 1\ in. \_P. R. Kaye, ii. 

.14.] 

PElevation, in Indian ink, of the vestry window in Jarrow 
Church ; drawn by S- H. Grimm : 10^ in. x TJ in. ; with an 
outline of the same. [P. R. Kaye, ri, lis.] 

Elevation, in outline, of a window in Jarrow Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. K. Kaye, ii. ii6.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of some carved beads of benches in 
Jarrow Church ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in, ; with 
outlines of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ii7, ii8,] 
\ Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font at Jarrow ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7j in. ; with outUne of the same, 
9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ir. iig, i30.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral cross, and some frag- 
ments, at Jarrow ; by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. ; with 
outline of the same, 9 in. x 6 in, [P. R. Kaye, ri, lai, lai*.] 

View, in Indian ink, of "the chair of Venerable Bede," in Jarrow 
Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7J in.; with 
outline, 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. i»2, las.] 

■ Drawing,in Indian ink, of the figure of a ship on the gravestone 

of a sailor at Jarrow; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. ; 

with outline of the same, 9 in. x fi in. [P. R. Kaye, ii, 121, 

1*5.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of some sculpture at Jarrow ; by S. H. 

Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in., with outline of the same, 9 in. x 

6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. lae, 127.] 
Drawing, in outline, of the fragments of a sculptured pillar at 

Monkton, in the parish of Jarrow ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in- 
< 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 145.] 

pier, in the parish of St. Giles, at Durham. See Ddrham. 
Lambton, in the parish of Ch ester-] e-street. See Chester-le- 

STKEET. 

View, in Indian ink, of the remains of a Roman station at Lan- 
chester, called the High Wall ; drawn by S- H. Grimm : lOJ 
in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. i3i.] 
I.West view, in Indian ink, of the remains of a Roman station at 
Lanchester, called the High Wall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ir. lis.] 



1 Holy Island. See Eastern Coast, pp. 130, 



East view, in Indian ink, of the remains ofa Roman station at i 
LanchestcT, called the High Wall, with Humberhill; drawn \ 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. S. Kaye, ii. 133.] 

View, in outline, of a monument at the Roman station of Lan- | 
Chester; drawn by S. H. Grimm t 10} in. x 7J in. [P. B. 
Kaye, ii. 134.] 

Elevation, in outline, of part of the wall of Langton Church ; I 
drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 
136.] 

View, in outline, of Langton Hall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
. 8 in. X 6J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. las.] 

View, in outline, of Langton Arbour ; drawn by S 
8 in. X 6^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 137.] 

Lindisfame, c 
131, ante. 

Sketches of details of architecture in Lindisfame Cathedral, on ] 
Holy Island ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich, " accord- 
ing to drawings by Grimm, shew'd me by Sir R. Kay, Dean 1 
of Lincoln, 1798:" 8 in. x 3^ in. [Add. 6742. fol. e.] 

Lumley Castle, in the parish of Chester-lc-street. See Chester- 
LE-8TREET. 

Maiden Castle, near Durham. See Durham. 

Mainsforth.in the parish of Bishop Middleham. See Bishop 

MiDDLEHAM. 

A colored view of Winch Bridge over the Tees, in the parish of 
Middleton ; drawn by I. Bulman : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [* 
XII. 53. 6.] 

Monkton, in the parish of Jarrow. See Jarrow, 

Newton Bridge, at Bishops Auckland. See Auckland. 

South-east view, in outline, of Grindon Church, in the parish of ] 
Norham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : & in. x 6 in. ; with a copy f 
of the same in pencil. [P. R. Kaye, 11. w.] 

Elevation, in outline, of the north side of Grindon Church, in 
the parish of Norham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : in. x 6 
in. ; with a copy of the same in pencil. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 49,] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the interior of the chancel of Grin- 
don Church, in the parish of Norham; drawn by 8. H. 
Grimm : loj in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, n. so.] 



DURHAM. 355 

FDrawing, in Indian ink, of the remains of a moDumenlat figure 
at GrindoD, in the parish of Norham ; drann hy S. ll. 
Gnmni : 10} in. x 7 J in. ; with an outline of the same, 9 in. 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. M.] 

Outline drawing of the monumental stone of Rog. de FulUhorp 
at Grindon, in the parish of Norham ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. 
X 6 in, ; with copy of the same, in pencil. [P. R. Kaye, 
II. 5t.] 

rawing, in Indian ink, of a sepulchral brass at Grindon, in the 
parish of Norham; by S. H, Grimm: 10^ in. x TJ in.; 
with an outline of the same, 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R, Kaye, ii. 

a.] 

I Sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of architectural fragments 
at Grindon, in the parish of Norham ; by S. H. Grimm : 9 
3 in. [P. R. Kaye, il. 54.] 

laby Castle, in the parish of Staindrop. See Staindrop, 

ivensworth Castle, in the parish of Chester-le-street. See 
Cbester-lk-street, 

' South view, in Indian ink, of Sedgefield Church ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. i55.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of two of the arches of the nave of 
Sedgefield Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. i57.] 

' Three drawings, in outline, of sculptured capitals of pillars in. 
Sedgefield Church ; by S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. x 6 in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. i58-i60.] 

L Drawing, in outline, of the sepulchral stone of Sir Andrew de 
Sta»elai,of Gretham,in Sedgefield Church ; by S. H. Grimm: 
9 in. X 6 in.; with a pencil outline of the same. [P. R. 
Kaye, it. lea.] 

^Drawings, in Indian ink, of two sepulchral figures of skeletons 
in Sedgefield Church; by S. H. Grimm: lOJ- in. x TJ in. 
{P. R. Kaye, ii. i56.] 

Pen and ink sketch of the poor box at Sedgefield; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. lei.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a basso-relievo, formerly in the 
abbey of Gisborough, now on a modem tower at Hardwick, 
near Sedgefield ; by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x Ik in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. t^A.] 

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356 DURHAM. 

View, in iDdian ink, of Bradbury Hill, in the parish of Sedgi 
Held, south-west of the Robinhood Plills; drawn by S. H.I 
Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. K. Kaye, i. 3ii.] 

East view, in Indian ink, of Embleton Church, in the parish fl 
of Sedgefield ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. / 
Kaye, i. 497.] 

Two outline drawings of windows in Embleton Church; by 
S. H. Grimm : each 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 1. 498, -199.] 

Two onlline drawings of doorways in Embleton Church j 
by S. H. Grimm: each 9 in. x G in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 50(vd 

SOI.] 

North view, in Indian ink, of Sherbum Church; drawn by S. H.j 
Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. iGi.] 

Outline drawing of the sepulchral cross of Thomas Deaveri (whol 
died in 1577,) in Sherbum Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, n. i65.] 

Two outline drawings of a figure in the window of Sherbuni 
Church ; by S. H. Grimra : each 9 in. x 6 in, [P. R. Kaye, 
n. Id..] 

View, in Indian ink, of Sherbum Hospital ; drawn by S. H. ' 
Grimm : 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, II. i6T.] | 

View, in outline, of the gateway of Sherbum Hospital ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x C in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 170.] 

View, in Indian ink, of one side of the buildings at Sherbum 

Hospital ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. 

Kaye, 11. 17a.] 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of the chapel and part of the 

buildings of Sherbum Hospital; drawn by S. H. Grimm; 

lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 173.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the chapel in Sberbi 
Hospital ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. Sj 
Kaye, n. 16B.] 

Eleration, in outline, of a window in Sherbum Hospital; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 

171.] 

Outline drawing of an almsman porter of Sherbum Hospitalj 
by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. X 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. i63.] 

Distant view, in Indian ink, of Raby Castle, the seal of the 
Duke of Cleveland, in the parish of Slaindrop ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. !«.] 



4 



Near view, in outline, of Raby Castle, in the parish of Stain- 
drop ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. iw.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of tlie hall in Raby Castle ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

View, in outline, of part of tbe ruins of tbe cbapel in Raby 
Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 9 in. x 6 in. [P. R. Kaye, 
n. !«.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink> of a window, and of a mutilated stone 
fifpire, in Raby Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm: each 9 in. 
X 6 in. {P. R. Kaye, ii. im, lai.] 

Sunderland, in the parish of Auckland St. Andrew. See Auck- 
land St. Andrew. 
Wearmouth. See Eastern Coast, p. 125, ante. 
Winch Bridge over the Tees, in the parish of Middleton. See 

MiCDLETON. 

V colored south view of the ruins of Beaurepaire or Bearpark, 
in the parish of Witton Gilbert, near Durham ; drawn by I. 
Bulman, in 1783 : 1 f. x 7 in. [* xii. «. a.] 

I colored view of the interior of the ruins of Bearpark ; drawn 
by I. Bulman, in 1778 : 10 in. X 7 in. [sfe xii. ^k J.] 

Fiew, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Bearpark ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 2j in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aso.] 

PFest view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Bearpark ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 2i in. x U in. [P. R. Kaye, i. aai.] 

East view, in outline, of the ruins of Bearpark j drawn by S, H. 
"^ Grimm: 1 f. 2^ in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, i. S93.] 

^prth view, in outline, of the ruins of Bearpark ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 2 j in. x 11 in. [P. B. Kaye, i. 293.] 

^ew, in Indian ink, of the east front of the gateway at Bear- 
park; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. agp.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the comer stones on the gable end 
of tbe ruins at Bearpark ; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. 
[P. ii. Kaye, i. 295.] 

!^ew, in Indian ink, of the south side of the interior of the 
chapel at Bearpark; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. X 7J 
[P.Ti. Kaye,i. age.] 



358 DUBHAH. 

View, in Indian ink, of the south side of the interior of the west 
part of the chapel sit Bearpark ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 297.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the south end of the interior of the 
hall at Bearpark ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7| in. 
[P. R. Kaye, i. 298.] 

Elevations, in Indian ink, of two windows in the hall at 
Bearpark ; .drawn by S. H. Grimm : lO^J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, i. 299.] 

Two drawings of architectural details of the ruins at Bearpark ^ 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 10} in. X Ij^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

I. 300, 301.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of fragments of columns, etc., from 
the ruins, now standing before the farm-house at Bearpark ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, i. 302.] 



ESSEX. 



Chart of the Coast of Essex. See Eastern Coast, p. 117, 
ante. 

A view, with section, in pencil, of the tumuli at Bartlow, in 
the parish of Ashdon; drawn by Samuel Lysons, Esq.: 
each 7 in. X 4 in. lAdd. '9461. fol. 34.] 

Bartlow Church. See Cambridoeshibe, Bartlow. 

A colored south-west view of South Benfleet Church ; drawn 
by F. W. L. Stockdale, in August, 1812: 6^ in. x 4^ in. 

[Sb XIII. 31. 2.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the south 
door of Birchanger Church, with a sketch of the same door 
in pencil ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6768. pp. 26. 49.] 

Elevation, in outline, of the south door of Birchanger Church, 
^ according to Mr. Essex's measures and drawings,'' with 
diagrams to shew the rationale of its formation ; by the Rev. 
Thomas Eerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. lAdd. 6738. fol. 19.] 

Six elevations and sketches of details, in pen and ink, of the 
north and west doors of Birchanger Church ; drawn by the 
Bev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. 

107-llf.] 

Bird's Farm, in the parish of Chigwell. See Chigwell. 

A highly finished plan, in Indian ink, of New Hall, in the 
parish of Boreham, ^^ formerly a seat which belonged to the 
Butlers, Earls of Ormond, was purchased by King Henry 
VIII., who built the great gateway, and enlarged the house 



SfiO ESSEX. 

and offices : the great apartmeats next the garden was built 
by Queen Elizabeth ; after the restoration, it was given to 
General Monk, and was lately in the possession of the Duke 
of Montagu;" drawn about 1780, on a scale of 22 feet to an 
inch : 2 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 7 in. [* Xill. ST.} 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the tower of BrMntree 
Church ; drawTi by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. fol. so*.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Bnuntree 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 is. K J 
4 in. lAdd. 6754. ff. aos-aoT.] ■ 

Browning's Farm, in the parish of Chigwell. See Ceigwbll. ^ 
A plan of " Rynswoorthe Marshe," in the parish of Canewdon ; 

drawn in the year 1579: 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. [Harl. 6697. 

fol. isi.] 

It accompanies the surrey of tlie manors and lands " late 

in the possession of the right worshipful Edmunde Tirrell, of 

Beaches, in the co. of Essex, Esq., deceased." 
A tinted view of the Shire Hall at Chelmsford ; drawn by H. 

Moore : 6 in. x 4 in. [ifr xiii. n. e.} 

Engraved in the Beauties of England and Wales, vol. v. 

p. 267. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window in Chesterford 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6748. fol. 2T.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the chancel of 
Chesterford Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 9.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the sepulchral figure of a knight in annoiu: 
in Little Chesterford Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich; 5 in. x 3j- in. \_Add. 6728. fol. ra.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of " Luxbrougli and Cocksall's 
Farms, situate in the parish of Chigwell and county of 
Essex ; being the estate of Sir Joseph Eyles, K"'. ; surveyed 
and delineated by Tlios, Browne, Gent,, Blanch Lyon, Pur- 
suivant of Arms, Anno Dom. 1727;" with a separate plan 
of " Browning's and Bird's Farms, situate in the manor of 
Wolston Hall and parish of Chigwell ;" drawn on a scale of 
4 chains (of 72 yards) to an inch : the arms of Eyles impaling 
those of [Egerton ?] are emblazoned at the top ; 2 f. 5 in. 
2 f. [fi Xill. 31. 4. 6.] 

Chipping>Ongar. See Ongar, 



r Cocksall's, in ihe parish of Cliigwell. See Chibwell, 

r'PIande Colchester;" being a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist, about 1650, shewing the walls and churches; drawn 
on a scale of 100 paces to 1^ inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 
[Add. 11,564. art. Si.] 

f Plan, in Indian ink, of St. Botolph's Priory Church at Col- 
li Chester; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 6744. ff. !9, £0.] 

A colored north-west view of the ruins of St. Botolph's Priory 
at Colchester ; drawn by J. Bulman : 1 f. 10 in. x 1 f . 3 in. 
[df XIII. 14. h.} 

Elevation, tinted, of part of the front of St. Botolph's Priory 

I Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6744. fol. so.] 



EA colored view of the interior of the ruins of St. Botolph's 
Prioiy at Colchester ; drawn by J. Bulman : 1 f, 10 in. X 1 f. 
3 in. [* XIII. 14. i.J 

I Section, in pencil, of St. Botolph's Priory Church at Colchester; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. \^Add. 
6738. fol. 103.] 

Hcetcbes, in pen and ink, of parts of St Botolph's Priory Church 
at Colchester; drawn by James Essex; each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. pp. 73, 71.] 



A colored south-west view of St. John's Abbey Church in Col- 
chester ; drawn temp. Elizabeth : 7 in. X 4 in. [Cott. Nero, 
D. VIII. fol. 315.] 

Engraved in Morant's Historif of Essex, vol. i. pt. i. p. 
140. 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the north boat of Colchester Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in, [Add. 
6746. fol. 19.] 

L view, in red chalk, of a house at Colchester ; drawn temp. 
James I. : 4 in. x Sj in. [Cott. Nero, d. viii. fol. 347.] 

FSketch, in pen and ink, of a bronze figure of Mercury, found at 
Colchester, and in the possession of Mr. George Holmes, 
Deputy Keeper of the Records in the Tower of London; 
it aitenvards belonged to George Scott, Esq. ; drawn by Tal- 
man : 5 in. x 3^ in. [ft mil 14. k.} 

It is engraved iu Morant's History of Essex, vol. i. pt. i. 
p. 183. 



362 ESSEX. 

A rough plan, in pen and ink, of ibe breach in Dagcnham t«vel, 

" as it appeared Feb. 3d, 1 707," about six weeks after its oc-. 

currence; 1 f. 2jin. x 1 f. [S? xill. 34.] 
Sketches, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of Walter Filz- 

Walter and his wife, in Little Dunmow Church; drawn by 

Michael Tyaon : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6728. fol. ai8.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the toinb of Robert De Vere, Earl of Ox- 
ford, (who died in 1314,) in the chancel of Earls Colne ' 

Church ; drawn by Michael Tyson : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 

6728. fol. 91.] 
Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental effigies of Robert De I 

Vere, Earl of Oxford, (who died in 1331,) under the soutli 

window of Earls Colne Church j drawn by Michael Tyson :. 

8 in. X 6 in. {.Add. 6728. fol. isi.] 

Sketches, in pencil, of the raonumental effigies of Aubrey De 

' Vere, Earl of Oxford, (who died in 1400,) and his Countess, 

under the pulpit in Earl's Colne Church ; drawn by Michael 

Tyson : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6723. fol. las.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of High Easter Church : 8 in. , 

X 6 in. C* xiii. 33. 3.] 
A colored nortli-west view of Ldttle Easton Church, and part j 

of the village, taken from the Park ; drawn in 1802 : I f. IJ 

in. X 9 in. [sS xiii. 3s. *.] 
Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the west door of Finching- 

field Church, and of capitals and architectural details ; drawn 

by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6744. ff. 7-10.] I 

Highly finished sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the west I 

door of Finchingfiold Church ; drawn by the Re?, Thomas J 

Kerrich : II in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. fol. w.] 
Six small sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of 1 

Finchlngfield Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich. 

[Add. 6746. S. 7-i. U2. u6. so. 92. 109.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows in Finchingfield ] 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6734. ff. aos, 309.] 
A south view, in pen and ink, of Greensted Church, near | 

Ongar: 8} in. X 6| in. [^ XIII. 36, 4.] 

Colored plans of Cock's Wood, Goldingsley Grove, and other I 

lands, in the parish of Hadley ; drawn in the year 1579 : 1 f, 1 

X 8 in. [Harl. 6697. fol. loj. b.] 

They accompany the surrey of the manors and lands "late | 



in the possession of the right worshipful Edmunde Tirrell, 

of Beaches, in the county of Essex, Esq., deceased." 
Elevation, in pencil, of the south door of Hadstock Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6739. fol. 1.] 
Elevation, in pen and ink, with admeasurements, of the north 

door of Hadstock Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 iu. x 

4 iu. [Add. 6768. pp. 89, 90.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the door of Hadstock Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in. X G in- [Add. 6744. 
fol, 3.] 

b Sketches, in pencil, of two windows in Hadstock Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 5 iu. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6756. fi". 279, EHO.] 

A colored plan of the lands called the King's Forest, or the 
King's Woods, lying iu that part of the forest of Waltham 
called Hainanlt Forest, and in the parishes of Barking and 
Dagenham, siineyed by order of the Commissionei-s of the 
land revenue, by Joseph Pennington, 1791 ; being the original 
plan signed by the Commissioners, Charles Middleton, John 
Call, and John Fordyce, 28 March, 1793 ; drawn on a scale 
of 8 inches to a mile : 3 f. 8 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [^ xin. 9.] 

. Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of Little Hallingbury 
Clmrch ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6753. fol. aoo.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the remains of an old fortification at 
Stansted, in the parish of Halstead ; drawn by James Essex : 
6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. S4, 25.] 

"The modell of Stansted Hall, [in the parish of Halstead,] as 
it is partly built, and as the rest was intended by Mr. Thomas 
Middleton about the year 1658," being a plan on vellum : 1 {. 
2 in. X 8 in. [iS xiu. 33. 3.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a stone arch at Ham Abbey ; drawn 
Jan. 26, 1756 : 5^ in. x 5 in. [ib XIII. 39. d.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of East Ham Church ; drawn 
Dec. 27, 1746: 8i in. x 5i in. [& xiii. 3B.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of West Ham Abbey Church ; 
drawn about 1760 : 1 f. 11 in. x 1 f. 2^ in. [* xiii. 39. a.] 

A copy, in Indian ink,of Uie same view of West Ham Church: 
1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [fi xui. 39. 6.] 



I 



ADOtber copy, in Indian ink, of the same view of West Flam l 

Church : 1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [fi xin. 39. c] 
Harwich. See Eastern Coast, pp. 118, 119, ante, 

P]an of Queen Elizabetli's palace of Havering Bower, in Essex ; 
it is indorsed in the handwriting of Lord Burghley, " 1578. 
The plait of Haveryng;" drawn on a scale of 12 feet to one 
inch ; underneath the scale is the monogram of the draughts- 
- man, composed of the letters I. S. : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 in. [Lans- 
downe Soil ie.] 

Eleven stetches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, capitals, 
and architectural details of Castle-Hedingham Church ; 
drawn in 1806, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x. 
4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. s57-i67.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window in Castle-Hediugham 
Church ; drawn "from Essex's MSS," by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 0743. fol. 3.] 

General plan, in pen and ink, of Castle-Hedingham Castle 
and the ground round it, with two sections of the ground ; 
drawn in 1785, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 11 in. x 6 in. 
iAdd. 6735. fol. BB. J.] 

Four elevations, in pen and ink, of the sides of Castle-Heding- 
ham Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 11 
in. X 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 90-93.] 

Fonr sections, in Indian ink, of Castle-Hedingham Castle, near 
the centre and parallel to the four sides ; drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich in 1785: 11 in. x 6 in. [^cft(. 6735. fol. b.] 

Five plans, in pen and ink, of the different floors of Castle- 
Hedingham Castle; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 
11 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 'Jir-96.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, capitals, pillars, and 
other details of Castle-Hedingham Castle ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 11 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6735. ff. 97.] 

High Easter. See Easter. 

*' The plotforme of the manor of Plomborowc, [in the parish of 
Hockley,] wherein is sett downe the true and perfett figures 
and proportions of every of the demaynes of the sayde manor 
.... which sayde plolfonne is sett do^vne by the scale of an 
inche of 20 divysions," being a colored plan drawn in the 
year 1579: 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Harl. 6697. fol. ub.] 

It accompanies the survey of the manors and lands " late 
in the possession of the right worshipful Edmuade Tirrell, of 
Beaches, in the co. of Essex, Esq., deceased." 



r Sketches, in Indian ink, of ancient sculpture in East Honidon 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
lAdd. 6753. fol. m.] 

A plan, with admeasurements, of the chapel and almshouses at 
Great Ilford: lOi in. x fij in. [* xiii, 4i. a.] 

Impressions from the sepulchral brass of Sir John Smyth, (who 
died 11th Nov. 1475,) in the chapel belonging to the Hospi- 
tal at Great Ilford: each ] f. 3 in. X 7 in. [A xiii, 41. b. 
and c] 

King's forest, in HaiDault Forest. See Hainault Forest. 

Landward Fort See Eastern Coast, pp. 119, 120, ante. 

A south view, in pen and ink, of High Layer Church, " copied 
from a tinted drawing of Mr. Tyson's, 6 Dec, 1778 :" 7j in. 
X 6 in. [jb XIII. 41. 1.] 

A colored view of the gatehouse or tower of Layer-Mamey 
HaU: 2 f. X 1 f. 2 in. [ft xiii. «5. 6.] 

View, in outline, of the interior, looking east, of Littlebury 
Church ; dravra by the Rev^. Thomas Kerrich : 1 f. 4 in. x 
!] in. [Add.67M. fol. 137.] 

Elevation and sketches, in pen and ink, of the south door of 

Littlebury Church ; drawn in 1813, by the Rev. Thomas 

Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. aai. b., m.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of two windows and the south door 

of Littlebury Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6750. fol. 129.] 
Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and of the south 

door of Littlebury Church ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. i36, 137. M'J.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the porches of 

littlebury Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. i9.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the porches of 

Littlebury Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 

in. X 4 in. [Add. 6763. fol. M.^.] 
Luxbrougb, in the parish of Chigwell. See Chigwell. 
Elevation, in outline, of the west door of Maplestead Church ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 7 in, x 4 in, [Add. 

6739. fol. 41.] 
View and plan, in pen and ink, of Little Maplestead Church; 

drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6768, p. 293, H 



366 ESSEX. 

Marks Tey. See Tey. 

Naze Point, in the parish of Walton. See Walton. 

Netherhall, in the parish of Roydon. See Roydon. 

New Hall, in the parish of Boreham. See Boreham. 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Newport Church ; 
each 5 in. X 4 in. ^Add. 6747. ff. is. 43. 5o.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Newport Church ; 
dram'n by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 5 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. ff. ii. ir. 30. 34, 35. 62.] 

Nortofts, in the parish of Tilbury near Clare. See Tilbdky. 

A view, in bistre, of Oldham How, near Colchester: 7J in. x 
4^ in. [di XIII. 46.] 

A colored north-east view of Chipping Ongar, taken ^* from an 
upper room of John Hughes, Esq.;'' drawn by WDliam 
Moore, in 1801 : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [di xiii. 15. 5. a.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Chipping Ongar ; drawn by 
William Moore, in 1801 : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [fb xiu. i5. 
5. J.] , 

Orwell Haven. See Eastern Coast, pp. 118, 119, ante. 

Plomborowe, in the parish of Hockley. See Hockley. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Prittlewell Church ; drawn 
by J. T. Smith, in 1787 : 11 in. x 8 in. [ii xiii. 47.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Prittlewell Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6756. ff. 215, 216.] 

Purfleet See Eastern Coast, pp. llQ-112, ante. 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the ancient entrenchment called Ray- 
leigh Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 5 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6785. fol. 138.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Rochford Church ; drawn 
by John Thomas Smith, in 1787 : llj in. x 9 in. [ii xiii. 
16. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rochford Almshouses ; drawn by 
John Thomas Smith, in 1787: 11 in. x 8^ in. [ii xiii. 

16. J.] 

A colored front view of the ruins of the gateway of Nether- 
hall, in the parish of Roydon: I f. 3 in. x 9^ in. [di xiii. 
44. a.] 



A tiew, in pencil, of the interior of Uie ruins of Netherhall : 1 f. 
1 in. X 8 in. [d( xiii, 44. c] 



of the ruins of Netherhall : 1 f. ; 



A colored side vie\ 
[ft xni. 44. b.] 

A front view, in pencil, of the ruins of tlie old gateway at Ne- 
therhall; 11 in. X 8i in. [ifi xin. w. rf.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a singularly constructed flat aich at 
Netherhall ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. X 3 
in. lAdd. 6756. fol. lus.] 

Rynesworthe Marshe, in the parish of Canewdon. See Ca- 

NEWDON. 

Scathes, in the parish of Tilbury near Clare. See Tilbubt. 

A colored plan of Shamard Marsh, in Canvey Island, near Ben- 
fleet and Hadley; drawn in the year 1579: 1 f. x 8 in. 
[Harl. 6697. fol. i07.] 

It accompanies the survey of the manors and lands "late 
in the possession of the right worshipfial Edmunde Tirrell, 
of Beaches, in the county of Essex, Esq., deceased." 

Seven sketches of windows and doors, with various architectural 
details, of South Church ; drawn by the Eev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6756. ff. sos-au.] 

Stansted Hall, in the parish of Halstead. See Halstkad. 

A tinted north-west view of Great Tey Church : 9i in. x 6 in. 

[ft XIII. 51, 3.] 

A tinted south view of Marks Tey Church : 4 in. x 3 in. [ft 

xm. M. 4.] 
Plan, in pen andink, of the base of one of the pillars in Thaxted 

Church; drawnby James Essex: Sin. x 4 in. [_Add. 6768. 

p. .».] 

A colored west view of West Thurrock Church : 1 f. 2 in. x 8J 
in. [ft XIII. 53.] 

Tilbury Fort. See Eastern Coast, pp. 108, 109, ante. 

Survey of the manors of Tilbery, Nortofts, and Scathes, in the 
parish of Tilbury near Clare; it is indorsed " 1598. Platte of 
Tilbery, Nortofts, and Scathes, by Mr. Amyce" [Israel 
Amyes, or Amys, who possessed this estate from 1583 to 
1595]: 3 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 11 in. [Lattsdoame Roll la.] 

w, in Indian ink, of the tower at the Naze Point, in the 

[ parish of Walton ; drawn by [John Thomas Smith] : 8^ in. 

1 y 6i in. [ft XIII. 43.J 



368 ESSEX. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the south door of South 
Weald Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. lis.] 

Elevation, in outline, of the south door of South Weald Church, 
with diagrams to shew the rationale of its formation ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6788. 
fol. 10.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of capitals and bases of pillars in 
South Weald Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. 260, 261.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in South Weald 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 5 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. 3. 16. 31. 46.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in South We^ld 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. lAdd. 6758. ff. 186-189.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arms in Widington Church, near 
Newport; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6768. p. 211.] 

Wolston Hall, in the parish of Chigwell. See Chigwell. 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



A vi^w, in Indian ink, taken from Almondsbuiy Hill, with Al- 
mondsburjr Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : 
lOJ in. X 7j in. [P. R. Eaye, ii. 187.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the west door of Almondsbury 
Church ; drawn in Aug. 1789, by S. H. Grimm: lOj- in. x 
7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 188.] 

Aust Passage, in the river Severn. See Western Coast, p. 
53, ante. 

Aust Passage. See Henburt. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
Berkely Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6736. fol. 97.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Beverstone Church and Castle, as seen 
from the road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: \0^ 
in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 198.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the porch of Beverstone Church ; 
drawn by S.H. Grimm, in July, 1790: 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. 
R. Kaye, n. 199.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the pulpit and reading desk in Bever- 
stone Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: 10^ 
in. X 7j in. [P. -R. Kaye, ii. 200.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a window and arch south of the 
pulpit in Beverstone Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1790: lOi in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 201.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an arch and recess in the chancel of 
Beverstone Church ; drawn by S^H. Grimm, in 1790: lOJ 
in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 202.] 

3b 



370 GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of a pillar in Beverstone Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 203.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an octangular stone font in Be- 
verstone Church ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : 10 J in. 
X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 204.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of sculptured fragments in Beverstone 
Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 205.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Beverstone Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Girimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R, Kaye, ii. 

206.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inner part of the gateway of Bever- 
stone Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in June, 1790 : 10 J in. 
X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 207.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of a piscina and a doorway of an old 
chapel at Calcot Farm, Beverstone ; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1790: 10 J in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 211.] 

View, in outline, of an old bam at Calcot, near Beverstone ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOj- in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, 11. 208.] 

Drawing, in outline, of an inscription in the old bam at Cal- 
cot; by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 
210.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an old basso-relievo in the old bam 
at Calcot; by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790: 10 J in. x 7^ in, 
[P. R. Kaye, 11. 209.] 

Blaise Castle, in the parish of Henbury. See Henbtjry. 

View, in Indian ink, of Bristol, as seen from Cliflon ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : 10 J in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 223.] 

View, in outline, of Brandon Hill, and part of Bristol, as seen 
from Clifton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: 10} 
in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 224.] 

Plan de Bristol ; a colored plan, drawn about 1650 by a French 
artist, shewing the walls and churches : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 
1 1 ,564. art. 12.] 

North-east view, in outline, of Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

IV. 225.] 



CLOUCESTERSHIRE. 371 

i colored north elevation of Bristol CalliedraJ, talcen apparently 
r before the destruction of the nave: 1 f. 5 in. x Sin. [dr 
I xxxvii. 3a. e.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the remains of the west gate of Bristol 

Cathedral; drawn by S.H.Grimm, in Aug. 1789: lOJ in. 

X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sag.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a south window of 

Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kemch : 4 

in. X 2 in. [Add. 6747. fol. iik] 

Sketch, io Indian ink, of the tracery of the great window of the 
north transept of Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in, [Add. 6758. fol. 53.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the stone pulpit in Bristol Cathe- 
dra! ; by S. H, Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv, tji.] 

View, in outline, of arches in the side aisles of Bristol Cathe- 
dral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOj in, x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. ist.'} 

Drawing, in Indiau ink, of a sculptured head over a doorway 
of the gallery of the north aisle in Bristol Cathedral; by 
; S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789: lOA in. x 71 in. [P.fl.Kaye, 
I' IT. «».] 

lew, in outline, of steps, etc., in the wall on the south side of 
k the altar in Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
[ Aug. 1788: lOi in. X 1\ in. [P. ft. Kaye, iv. 2,i6.] 

, in outline, of a monument on the north side of the altar 
in Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : 
lOi in. X 1\ in. [P. ft. Kaye, iv. ast.] 

IView, in outline, of the ascent to the Bishop's Court in Bristol 
Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOJ in. x 
71 in. [P. ft. Kaye, iv. Mti.] 

|new, in outline, of the verger's vestry, and the gateway to the 
, Bishop's Court, in Bristol Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
J Aug. 1788: lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. ft. Kaye, iv. m.] 

tline elevation of a door in the vestry of Bristol Cathedral; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, iv. a.'S.] 

_£levation, in Indian ink, of the doorway leading to the vestry 
3 Bristol Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789: 
lOi in. X 7i in. [P. ft. Kaye, iv. ■,';■■.] 

3b2 




S72 

£leTatioii, in oatline, of the doorvay to the vestry of BrisU4 J 
Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOJ in. J 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sto.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of a window in tfae vestry of Bristo 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in Aug. 1788 : lOi i 
X TJ in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. a,i3.] 

Drau-iog, in Indian ink, of arms and sculpture on the north 
end of the vestry in Bristol Cathedral j by S. H. Grimm, va 
Aug. 1788: lOi in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 337.] 

View, in outline, of the interior of the Chapter House of Bristo) 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOj in. 
X Tj in. [P. R. Kaye, iv, 5ifl.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the entrance to the Chapter House from 
the cloisters of Bristol Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Aug. 1788: lOi in. x 71 in. [A R. Kaye, iv. -lo.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the intersection of the arches in tba | 
Chapter House at Bristol ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 8 in. X C in. \_Add. 6746. fol. ao.] 

Five sketches of details of the Chapter House at Bristol ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. \_Add, 

6758. ff. B-ia.] 

Rough plan, in Indian ink, of St. James's Church at Bristol; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 

6759. fol. i4t.] 

Plan and live sketches, in pen and ink, of details of St. James's 

Church ai Bristol ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 

6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6758. S. i3-ia.] 
Two sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of an arch in St. James's 

Church at Bristol ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

each 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6746. ff. w, 91.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the upper west window 

in St. James's Church at Bristol ; drawn by the Rev. Tbomas 

Kerrich : 4 in. x 4 in, lAdd. 6743. fol. -1.] 
Colored drawing of the monument to llie memory of Andrew 

Innys, Gent., 1726, in St. John's Church, Bristol : I f. 9 in. 

X 1 f. 1 in. [* XXXVII. 38. o. 1.] 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of the tower of Sl Mary's 

Church, Redcliff, Bristol; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 

1788: lOi in. x 7i in. [P. fi. Kayo, iv.24i.] 
View, in Indian ink, of the inside of the north porch of Redcliff 

Church, Bristol ; drawn byS. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOJ 

in. X vi in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. SM.] 



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373 



Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in the 
church of St. Mary RedcUffe, at Bristol; drawn by the 
Rev, Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. 

!9. 63.] 

Elevations, in outline, of two windows in the south transept of 
Redcliff Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 10^ in. x 7^ 
in. [P. K. Kaye, iv. e5i, S5i.] 
Drawing, in outline, of a painted glass in the uppermost win- 
dow of the north aisle in Iledcliffe Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
^10i^ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, rv. 8^:!.J 
View, in Indian ink, of the monument of William Canning and 
his wife, in the south transept of Kedcliff Church ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOjin. x 7j in. [P. R. 
Kaye, iv. ■h*.'\ 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of William Canning, in 
priest's habits, in RedcUff Church, Bristol : drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, iu Aug. 1788: lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

»45.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the dog and foliage under the feet 

I of William Canning, the two dogs under the feet of his wife, 
on the same monument, and of the Jew under the feet of Wil- 
r liam Canning, on his monument in Redcliff Church ; by 
I 8.H. Grimm, inJuly, 1788: lOJ in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 
I IV. a.16.] 
view, in Indian ink, of the monument of the purse-bearer to 
r William Canning in Redcliff Church; by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1788: lOJ iu. x 7j^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. S47.] 
Drawing, in Indian ink, of the tombstone of one William Coke, 
a servant and cook, in Redcliff Church ; by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sia.] 
ftew, in outline, of the monumental effigies of a knight in the 
north transept of Redcliff Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1788 : \0\ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 349.] 

I View, in outline, of the monument of John Ammington, in the 

^^^ west end of the south aisle of Redcliff Church ; drawn by 
^^B S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOJ in. X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, 

^^^^ IT. f50.] 

' View, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal carved stone font in 

Redcliff Church, Bristol ; drawn by S. 11. Grimm : lOJ in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. s-i-i.] 

iwings, in Indian ink, of the three boxes in the north tower 
of Redcliffe Church, Bristol, which are said to have con- 



374 GLOUCESTEBEBIItE. 

Uined the manuscripU of Rowley, forged by Chattcrton ; by 

S. II. Grimm ; lOj^ in. X 7J Id. [/>. J{. Kaye, iv. km.] 
A west view, in Indian ink, of St, Paul's Church, Bristol : 1 1 i 

7 in. X 1 f. 2 in. [ffl xxxvil. :.8. o. a.] 
A colored view of the north front of St. Augustine's Gateway' I 

on the College Green at Bristol: 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in, [* | 

XJtXVII. ,19. i/.] 

A colored sooth view of St. Augustine's Gateway at Bristol ; 
f. 1 in. X 9 in. [ffl xxxvn. 35. A.] 

South view, in Indian ink, of St. Augustine's Gateway on ] 
College Green at Bristol ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Au^. i 
1789: lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 259.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of details of the north and Gouth 1 
fronts of St. Augustine's Gate at Bristol ; drawn by the. I 
Rev. Thomas Eerricb : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6758. ffi J 

32-38.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of det^s of the architecture^ 
of St. Augustine's Gate at Bristol; drawn by the Rev. j 
Thomas Kerrich : each 8 in. x 6 in. [Jdd. 6746. ff. 78, 79. J 

84, 80.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of a ruined church in Thomas 
Street, Bristol ; drawnhyS. H.Grimm, in Oct. 1789: 10 J in. 

x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. siS.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of the Deanery at Bristol ; drawn I 
by S. H. Grimm : each lOj^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, r?. i 
255, 856.] 

View, in Indian ink, of tlie Mayor's Chapel, Bristol ; drawn by 1 
S. H. Grimm, m Sept. 1789 : lOj^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kay^ ' 

IV. 857.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Brass Works near Bristol ; drawn J 
by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. \ 
Kaye, rv. wa.] 

View, in outline, of " Mother Fugler's Well," at Bristol ; drawn J 
by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOi in. x 7i in. [P. I 
Kaye, iv. sd?.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the door of a house in Cora Stree^V 
Bristol ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^^ in. [P. R, | 

Kaje,iv..M.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, of Colston's School, at Bristol; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788, and Oct. 1789: eadt I 
lOi x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. kuj, s65.] 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 376 

View, in Indian ink, of ihe statue of King William III, in 
King's Square, Bristol; ilrawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1788 : lOi in. x 7j in. [P. H. Kaye, iv. 96-.] 

View, in Indian ink, ol'the school of the Murine Society, 
Bristol ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug, 1788 : lOJ in. x 
7i in. [P. n. Kaye, iv. J6i.] 

Drawings, iu Indian ink, of the standard, flag, and a boy of the 
school of the Marine Society, Bristol ; by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1789 : lOJ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. sea.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. James's Market, Bristol j drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: 10iin.x7iin. [jP. fi. Kaye, 

Vt. S60.] 

Calcot, in Beverstone. See Beverstone. 

A colored bird's eye view of Campden House, in Gloucester- 
shire, " belonging to the Earl of Gainsborough ;" drawn about 
the year 1750, by William Hughes: 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 4 in. 

[* XIII. 75. 3.] 

LSVetch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a circidar window in 
Cheltenham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
8 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. aa.] 

(ketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in Chelten- 
ham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in, x 

4 in. [Add, 6747. fol. 79.] 
Hiew, in outline, of the tower, lodge, and Lord Clifton's house, 

on Clifton Point; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, J788 : 1 f. 

3 in. X 10^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. mj.] 
^View, in Indian ink, of Clifton, taken from the road near Bed- 

mineter; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 ; 10^ in. x 

1\ in. {P. R. Kaye, ii. aij.] 
I "View, in Indian ink, of Mrs. Kossignol's house, Sion Row, 

Clifton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept, 1789: lOj in. x 

7i in. iP. R. Kaye, ii. *n.] 
\ View, iu Indian ink, of the windmill and camp at Clifton, taken 

from a window in Mrs. Rossignol's house ; by S. H. Grimm, 

in Sept. 1789: lOJ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. ^15.] 
fWest view, in Indian ink, of Clifton, taken from the bow window 

at Mis. Rossignol's; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789: 

lOj- in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. sifi.] 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of Clifton, taken from the bow 

window at Mrs. Rossignol's ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 

178tf : lOJ in. x 7i in. IP. R. Kaye, 11. sir.] 



376 GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of the woody bank opposite the Holwells, 

at Clifton, taken from the window at Mrs. Rossignol's ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789; lOJ in. X TJ in. 

[P. R. Kaye, ii. si8.] 
" Centre view," in Indian ink, of Clifton, taken from the window 

at Mrs. Rossignol's; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789: 

lOJ in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. aig.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the windmill and camp at Clifton, taken 

from near Redland; draMoi by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789: 

10^ m. X ^i in. {P. R. Kaye, li. aso.] 
View, in Indian ink, of a summer house at Clifton, above the 

dock ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in July, 1788 : 10^ in, x 7j in. 

[P. R. Kaye, ii. aai.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from the New Crescent at Clifton ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOi in. x 7^^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, n. mJ] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chapel at the Hotwells at Clifton ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOi in. x 7j in. \P. 
R. Kaye, n. 9*3.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken from Mr. Foreman's garden wall, 
looking towards the ferry-house and up the hill at the Hot- 
wells; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOj in. x 7J 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. m.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the mixture of rock and building behind 
the Hotwell House ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : 
10^ in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, II. aas.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the rock intermixed with the building 
in the Hotwell House, Clifton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1788: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ^m.'] 

View, in Indian ink, of the New Hotwells at Clifton, looking 
down from the Downs ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1788; lOi in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. am] 

View, in Indian ink, of the " Botanical Rock," over the Hot- 
wells at Clifton; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in July, 1788: 
. lOi in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye' ii. aw.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Lead Works oppoute 
the Hotwell House, Chfton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
August, 1788: lOJ in. x 7} in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. S30.] 

View, in Indian ink, on the way leading from the Hotwells to 
the Downs at Clifton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1788: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, il. aai.] 



CILOUCESTERSHIRE. 377 

View, in Indian ink, of a ruin on the river Avon, opposite St. 
Vincent's Rock, Clifton ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in July, 
1788 : lOi in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. asa.] 
r T^ew, in Indian ink, looking up t!ie river Avon towards the 
Hotwell House at Clifton ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in July, 
1788: lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. s*!.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the parade at the Holwells, Clifton, 
taken ft-om the opposite side of the river; drawn by S. H, 
Grimoi, in July, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ir. 

S34.] 

, A view, in Indian ink, of the building called " Cook's Folly," 
near the Hotwells, Cltflon, with a distant view of Mrs. Gor- 
don's bouse on Leigh Down ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1788 : lOJ in. x 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, ii. «35.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " Cook's Folly," Clifton, taken from the 
turnpike on the Downs, above the Hotwells; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOi in. x 7^ in. IP. R. Kaye, . 

II. i36.] 

■.^Fiew, in Indian ink, looking down the river Avon, with the 
meadows at the foot of " Cook's Folly" ; drawn by S. H. 
Griram, ill July, 1788: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 

S78.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the dockyard at the Hotwells, Clifton, , 
taken from Mr. Foreman's garden ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1788 : lOJ in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. a:i7.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken on St. Vincent's Rock, above the 
Hotwells, Clifton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Jidy, 1788 : 
10^ in. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. eSB.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of St. Vincent's Rock, looking towards 
lie new Hotwells, Clifton ; drawn by S. H, Grimm, in July, 
1788 : lOi^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, n. '.::vi.j 

South view, in Indian ink, of St. Vincent's Rock and Hyacinth 
Point, taken from the road at Sion Hill, Clifton : drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789 : 101 ia. X 71 in. [/». R. 
Kaye, ii. iw.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. Vincent's Rock, taken " from an 
angle of the southern camp of the opposite glen on Leigh 
Down," Clifton ; drawn by i. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : 10^ 
in. X 7iin. [f.fi. Kaye, ii. ^4i.] 

^ew, in Indian ink, of the beginning of the new buildings on 
St. Vincent's Rock, at Clilton, taken from the garden below 
3c 



378 



C LOCCESTSBSH IRE. 



it ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, in Aug. 1788 : 10^ in. X 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaje, ii. ?«.] 

View, in outline, of St. Vincenfs Rock and Bristol Channel, 
taken from the Well-house, Clifton ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Ju]y, 1788 : 1 f. 3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. -^43.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. Mary's Well, at the foot of St. Vin- 
cent's Rock, Holwelis, Clifton; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
July, 1788 : lOJ in. x 7 j in. [P. R. Kaye, II. ivt.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Hotwell Ferry, at Clidon ; drawn by 
S.H.Grimm,iti July, 1788: lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. fi. Kaye, 

View, in Indian ink, of Mr. Bright's pleasure grounds at King 
Road, taken from the opposite bank ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Aug. 1789: lOJ in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, rv. gr?.] 

View, in Indian ink, of farm buildings on the road from Clifton 
to Almondsbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : lOJ 
in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. na.'] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Roman camp between the Crossing 
Hands and Bristol ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1790: lOj 



94B.] 

ing Hands; drawn by S. H. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 



( 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 
View, in Indian ink, at Crossi 

Grimm, in July, 1790: 10^ 

<«■] 
View, in Indian ink, of the inn at Crossing Hands ; drawn by 

S.H. Grimm, in July, 1790: lOJ in. x 7i in- [P. if. Kaye, 

il. 147,] 

"Plan de Glocester;" being a colored plan, drawn by a 

French artist, about 1650: 3 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. 

art. 4.] 
A drawing, in bistre, of the recumbent monumental statue of 

Edward II., on his monument in the north side of the choir 

of Gloucester Cathedral ; by Carter, in 1797 : 1 f. 6 

in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft xiii. 68. n.] 
An elevation, in bistre, of the monument of Ring Osrick, on the 

north side of the altar in Gloucester Cathedral : 1 f. 6 in. X 

1 f. 2 in. [A xni. 68. o.] 
Elevation, in bislre, of the monument of Abbat Seabrook, near 

the entrance to the choir in Gloucester Cathedral : 1 f. 6 in. 

X I f. 2 in. [ft XIII. 68. p.] 
A view, in bistre, of the monument of Abbat Parker, on the 

north side of the choir in Gloucester Cathedral : 1 f. 6 in. 

X 1 f. 2 in. [ft XIII. 68. q.] 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



379 



1 colored view of the monument of Abraham Blackleach, Gent., 
(who died in 1639,} at the east end of the north aisle of 
Gloucester Cathedral ; drawn by Robert Cook, in 1797 : 1 f. 
4 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* XIII. 68. r.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a door near to the stairs to the org^an 

in Gloucester Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 

rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. Ji.] 
Twelve sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of Gloucester 

Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 5 in. 

X 3 in. IJdd. 6752. ff. i69-i8o.] 
Highly finished drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of 

Robert, Duke of Normandy, in St. Peter's Church at 

Gloucester, as it appeared after it was restored in the time 

of Charles [1. ; by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 9 in. x 7 in. 

[Jdd. 67-^0. fol. SI.] 
Sketches, in pen and ink, of three doors in the Deanery at 

Gloucester ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 6739. fol. do.] 
Elevation, in Indian ink, of the porch of Henbury Church ; 

drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788; 10^ in. x 7j in. 

[P. R. Kaye, ii. Jaa.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Henbury School ; drawu by S. H. 

Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOJ io. X 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

S51.J 

Vieiv, in Indian ink, of a mansion at Westbury ; drawn by 
S. II. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 
11. :(68.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Blaise or Blaze Castle and Henbury, 

taken from the Passage road ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 

Oct. 1789: lOj in. x 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. aij.] 
A colored view of Blaise Castle, in the parish of Henbuiy, near 

Bristol ; now the seat of John Scandrett Harford, Esq. [dr 

XIII. 73. 1. J.] 
View, in Indian ink, of Blaise Castle, from the road near 

Weston; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788: lOj in. x 

71 in. [P. R. Kaye, IV. 810.] 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of Blaise Castle; drawn by 

S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOi in. x 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, 



^ 



View, in Indian ink, of Blaise Castle, from the road near Hen- 
bury; by S. H. Grimm, iu July, 1788: lOJ in. x 7j in, 
[P. R. Kaye, iv. 211.] 

3c2 



380 OLOUOESTBRSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of Blaise Casile, taken from an old fortifi- 
cation on the point of land where Weston Inn stands ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. TSjbljq^ iv. «i3.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a chasm and rock called Giant Goram's 
chair, taken from the Sky Battery of Blaise Castle ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Eaye, iv. 215.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a woody chasm as seen from the Sky 
Battery ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1788 : lOJ in. x 
7j in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 216.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a root-house in the pleasure grounds of 
Blaise Castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : 10^ 
in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, iv. 214.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the division of the roads to the old and 
new passages at Aust, in the parish of Henbury ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1789 : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 196.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Passage Inn at Aust, or Lamp- 
lighter^s Hall, near the Hotwells and the King Road ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOj in. x l\ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. 194.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Knowl and Over, from the Aust 
Passage Road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1789: 10} 
in. X 7i in. [P. jR. Kaye, n. 193.] 

View, in Indian ink, of some narrow layers of stones on a bank 
of the road turning off from the Aust Passage Road, in the 
parish of Henbury, to Over ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 
1789: lOJ in. x 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 197.] 

View, in outline, of a house at Northwick, in the parish of 
Henbury, on the road between the two passages ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Sept 1789: 10} in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 253.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the New Passage House at Redwick, 
in the parish of Henbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 
1789 : lOj in. x l\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. S6i.] 

A colored view of the tomb of Jenkyn Worrall, and his wife 
and daughter, in Newland Church-yard, Gloucestershire : 9 
in. X Q\ in. [d? xiii. n. «.] 

A colored north view of Northleach Church: 11 in. x 8 in. 

[il XIII. 69. a.] 

A colored south view of Northleach Church : 11 in. x 8 in. 

[JH XIII. 69. 6.] 



GLOUCESTEBSHIRE. 381 

A colored view of the Vicarage House at Nortbloach ; 101 'H. 

K 7 in. [A XJII. 69. c] 
Northwick, m the parish of Henbuiy. See Henbcbt. I 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Painswick Church ; drawn by 
8. H. Grimn), in July, 1790 : lOJ in. x TJ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. I5(.] 

View, ID Indian ink, of the monument of the Seymours at 
Painswick; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOJ in. 
X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, II. 955.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the Town Hall atPainawicki drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1790 : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
■ Kaye, ii. VJG.J 

View, in Indian ink, of a knoll in Mr. Hyet's grounda at 
" BueuoH Ayres," near Painswick ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
- in July, 1790 : lOj in. x 74 in. IP. R. Kaye, 11. 3,i7.] 

Bedland Chapel, in the parish of Westbury-upon-Trim. See 

Westbdhy. 

Redwick, in the parish of Henbury. See Henbchy. 
I ' llew, in Indian ink, of the Duchess of Beaufort'e house at 

^^^ Stoke Gifford; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOi 
^^^P m. X 7) in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. :6£.] 

^^^^feast view, in outline, of Tetbury and Tetbury Church, taken 
r from the road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 17fl0: lOj 

in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 363.] 
Drawings, in Indian ink, of the monumental figures of a knight 
I and a lady in the south aisle of Tetbury Cliurch ; by S. H. 

Grimm, in July, 1790 : each lOi in. x 7i iu. [P. R. Kaye, 
II. «61, i63.] 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of Thombury Church and 
Castle; drawn by S. H. Grimm, iu Aug. 1789: lOJ in. x 
I 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. ^66.] 

Rough plan, in pencil, of Thornbury Castle; drawn by the Rev, 
I Thomas Kerricb: 6 in. X 6, in. [Jrfd. 6735. fol. nr.] 

St Vincent's Rock, in Chfton. See Cufton. 
South-west view, in Indian ink, of Westbury, taken from the 
road; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1789 : 10) in. x 7] in. 
I [P.fl.Kaye, II. 367.] 

^^^JUeration, in Indian ink, of a turret on the south side of West* 
^^^Kbury Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788.: lOj 
^^^Hn. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. -iw.] 



3B2 GLODCBSTEBSHIfiE. 

View, in Indian ink, of an old house with a curiouB chimney, 
at Weslbury, on the Passage Road ; drawn by S, H, Grimin, 
in Oct 1789 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 869.J 

A colored " Map of the lands of Redland Court, part of the 
estate of John Cossins, of London, Gentleman, 1732," in the 
parish of Weslbury-upon-Trim; drawn on a scale of two 
chains to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [ft xiii. 77. 3. a.] 

A colored " Elevation of the garden front of Redland Court ; 
being the seat of John Cossins, Esq., 1735 ; invented and 
executed by J. Strahan, Archit. ;" drawn on a scale of 71 feet 
to an inch, by J. J. de Wilstax: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 2i in. [* 

XIII. 77. 3. L] 

South-west view, in Indian ink, of Redland Chapel, in the 
parish of Westbury -up on-Trim, near Bristol; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788 : lOi in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

U. t58.] 

An interior view, in Indian ink, looking east, of Redland 
Chapel, near Redland Court, in the parish of Westbury-upon- 
Trim; built in the year 1740, by John Cossins, Esq., lo 
whom this drawing is dedicated, by James Stewart, Junior : 
2 f X 1 f. 6 in. [* XIII. 95. a.] 

Colored elevation of the interior of the west end of Redland 
Chapel : 11 in. x 8) in. [ft xiii. 9S. i.] 

A colored drawing of the monument in the vestry of Redland 
Chapel, erected at the expense of John Innys, of Redland 
Court, brother, heir, and executor to Mrs. Martha Cossins : 
1 f. 1 in. X 9 in. [A xiii. 95. a.] 



Colored drawing of the tablet erected i 
commemorate its foundation : 11 in. ; 



Redland Chapel, to 
8 in. [4 xm. 95. c] 



View, in Indian ink, of a stone quarry at Redland ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1788: lOi in. x TJ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii, aeo.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Cotham Tower, as seen from Redland 
Chalk Pita ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1789 : lOj in. 
X 7j- in. [p. R. Kaye, ii. 259.] 

A plan of tlie great cavern called Pen Park Hole, in the parish 
of Westbury; drawn apparently soon after the accident which 
happened to the Rev, Thomas Newman, in 1775: 1 f. 8 in. 
X 1 f. 3 in. [* xin. 93. *.] 

A colored drawing of the " Remains of the Roman pavement 
lying in the church-yard at Woodchester, in Gloucestershire, 
four feet under ground, whose length is about 160 feeti this 



GLOUCESTEBSHIRB. 383 

is esteemed the most curious piece of Mosaic work in Eng- 
land, and is composed of cubes of half an inch of the same 
colours herein expressed : ^ 1 f. x 7|^ in. [sb xiii. loi. &.] 

A colored drawing of ^^ Part of a Roman pavement, found in 
the church-yard at Woodchester, near Minchinghampton, in 
Gloucestershire ; delineated and colored upon the spot by R. 
Bradley, July 31, 1722 1** If. x 8 in. lAdd. 6238. 3.] 

A colored drawing of the same pavement ; copied by Priscilla 
Combe, from a drawing [the preceding] made by Richard 
Bradley, in Aug. 1722 : 1 f. 4 in. x 8^ in. Isb xiii. loi. c] 



HAMPSHIRE. 



Coast of Hampshire. See Sodthebn Coast, pp. 56-58, 75-91 J 
ante. 

A colored military survey of the coaat of Hampshire, SusB 
and Kent, from Christ Church to Dover, with the roads be-1 
tween Salisbury, Winchester, Bagshot, Guilford, Southampton, 
and Portsmouth ; Croydon, Chichester, and Brighton ; Can- 
terbury, Pevensey, and Hastings; drawn [by Major General 
Roy?] on a scale of one inch to a mile: J2 f. x 4 f. J 
[A VI. 9B, 99.'] 

A colored " Survey and sketch of the country from Salisbury to 
Winchester and Alton, with the road from Petersfield to 
Godalming, as reconnoitred by L'. D''. Dundas, [afterwards 
General Sir David Dundas,] Feb. 10,1757;" drawn on a scale 
of If inch to a mile : 8 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 10 in. [* vi. lOO.] 

A colored plan of the country between Staines and Silchester, 
on the line of the Roman road from London to Bath ; reduced 
from the survey executed by the oflGcers in the senior depart- 
ment of the Koyal Military College at Sandhurst, in 1835; 
drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile, by Lieut. George 
Grey, 83rd Regt, and Lieut. Henry Dunn O'Halloran, 69th 
Regt: 2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 9 in. [Add. 11,734.] 

Outline elevation, plan, section, and details, in pen and ink, of 
St. Aldhelm's Chapel in the Isle of Wight ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. i_Add. 6755. ff. 
161, 161.] / 

A colored " Geometrical survey of Alice Holt and Woolmer 
Forest, in the county of Hants, [according to the meets and 
bounds of a perambulation thereof, lakeu in the year 1638 ; 
within which perambulation is also traced the privata pro- 



HAMPSHIRE. 385 

perty in fee which is subject to Iht; forest laws,] made by 
James Wyburd, sun'eyor, to a scale of 20 chains lo an inch, 
A.D. 1787 ; " it is the original survey presented to the king 
with the sixth report of the Commissioners of Woods and 
Forests, and is signed by Charles Middleton, John Call, and 
Jolin Fordyce, 8 Feb. 1790: 4 f. x 2 f. 4 in. [* xiv. 9. i.] 



Isle of Wight. See Southern Coast, 



Appuldercombe, in the 
p. 76, ante. 

Beatiley or Beaulieu River. See Southern Coast, p. 77, ante. 

A colored " Plan of the demesne lands belonging to the crown 
within the forest of Bere, othenvise East Bere, otherwise 
South Bere, in the county of Southampton ; surveyed by 
order of the Commissioners of the Land Revenue, by Richard 
Davis, Lewknor, Oxon, 1789 ; " being the original plan pre- 
sented to the king with the thirteenth report of tlie Commis- 
sioners, and signed by Charles Middleton, John Call, and 
John Fordyce, May 31, 1792; drawn on a scale of 40 chains 
or one furlong to an inch : 2 f 10 in. X 2 f. 4 in. [sb xiy. 
9. 2.] 

tfiussleton River. See Southern Coast, p. 78, ante. 

Galsbot Castle. See Sodthern Coast, p. 78, ante. 
VC^ariBhrook Castle, in the Isle of Wight. See Southern Coast, 
p. 77, ante. 
View, in pen and ink, of Carisbrook Castle, looking towards the 
entrance ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerricb : 7 in. x 5 in. 
[Add. 6735. fol. to.] 

I Christchurch River. See Southern Coast, p. 77, ante. 

I ^ew, in Indian ink, of Hinton Flace, near Cbristchuicb, the 
seat of Mr. Clarke, burnt down in 17 . ,: 1 f. 3 in. x 8 in. 
[* XIP. 73.1 

[ East and West Cowes, in the Isle of Wight. See Sodthern 
Coast, p. 77, ante. 

Outline sketch, in pen and ink, of West Cowes Castle; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerricb : 7 in. x Sj- in. [Add. 6735. 

fol. 11-.] 

Cumberland Fort. See Southern Coast, pp. 88, 89, ante. 
Oonnose. See Southern Coast, p. 76, ante. 
Eastney Point. See Southern Coast, pp. 88, 89, anlf. 
Forton Hospital. See Soi;tii£RN Coast, p. 79, ante. 



^^ 



386 HAMPSHIRE. 

Freshwater Bay, in the Isle of Wight See Southern Coast, 
p. 76, ante. 

« 

Gillkicker Point See Southern Coast, p. 79, ante. 

Gosport See Southern Coast, pp. 79-82, ante. 

Hinton Place, near Christchurch. See Christchurch. 

Impression from the sepulchral brass effigy of a knight in Hor- 
del Church : 1 f. 8 in. x 7 in. [sb xiv. so.] 

Hurst Castle. See Southern Coast, pp. 76, 77 y ante. 

A slight sketch, in pencil, of Hurst Castle; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x dj in. [Add. 6735. fol. 

125.] 

Kingston Church, in the Island of Portsea. See Portsea. 
Langston Harbour. See Southern Coast, pp. 79-89, ante. 

Lymington River. See Southern Coast, p. 77, ante. 

Fort Monckton. See Southern Coast, p. 79, ante. 

A colored view of the interior of the east end of the ruins of 
Netley Abbey : 1 f. x 8 in. [* xiv. 83. e."] 

Two views, one colored, one in Indian ink, of ihe stone in the 
New Forest, placed by John, Lord Delawar, in 1745, to 
mark the scite of the ^^ oak tree on which an arrow shot by 
Walter Tyrrell at a stag, glanced and struck King William 
II., sumamed Ruius, in ihe breast ;^^ drawn by J. T. Allen, 
in 1803 : each 1 f. 1 in. x 9^ in. [sb xiv. 84. 6, cr.] 

Newport, in the Isle of Wight. See Southern Coast, p. 77, 
ante. 

Niton, in the Isle of Wight. See Southern Coast, p. 76, 
ante. 

A rough plan, in black and red chalk, of Pilewell House, near 
Baddesley, the seat of James Worsley, Esq. : 1 f. x 7 in. 
[* XIV. 74. a.] 

Place House, near Titchfield. See Titchfield. 

Portch ester Castle. See Southern Coast, p. 78, ante. 

' Plan, in pen and ink, of Portchester Castle ; drawn *^ from 
Eing,^' by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6746. fol. 30.] 

A slight sketch, in pencil, of Portchester Castle ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4^ in. [AM. 6735. fol. 

i:i8.] 



I 

I Ru 



UAMl>SUtHt. :)97 

Portsmouth and Portsea. See Southern Coast, pp. 56, 78- 

90, ante. 
A Dortb-cast view, in Indian ink, of Kingston Churcl), in the 

Island of Portsea: 1 f. x 9 in. [dt xiv. bi.] 
Small sketch, in pen and ink, with notes, of part of the interior 

of Portsmoutli Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 6768. p. laa.] 
Plan, in pen and ink, with architectural details and notes, of 

Romsey Church; drawn by James Essex: 7 in. x 4 in, 

\_Add. 6770. pp. ir-sa.] 
Eight sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, windows, and archi- 
tectural details of Romsey Church ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. ia7-i i5.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the east window of 

Romsey Church ; draivn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. fol. 111.] 
Sketch, in pen and ink, of a west window in the north transept 

of Romsey Church ; drawn by the ilev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 
3 in. [Add. 6730. fol. u!>.] 

;etch, in pen and ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
Romsey Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. iAdd, 6730. fol. 94.] 

Rufiis's Stone, in the New Forest. See New Forest. 

Sandham Fort, in Sandhani Bay, in the Isle of Wight. See 
SotTTHERN Coast, pp. 76, 77, ante. 

Outline elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the north door of 
Shalfleet Church, in the Isle of Wight ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6755. fol. ico.] 

A norUi-east view, in Indian ink, of Silchester Church, 1741: 

7j in. X 6 in. [fi xiv. d5. A.] 
!A plan of the Roman city and amphitheatre at Silchester, 
"measured. A". 1741, with a chain by John Stairs, sur- 
veyor, together with a scheme of the ancient streets as he 
conjectures them to have run, from several years' obser\-atiou 
of the com when green there; likewise the situation of a 
large building, whose foundations remain, towards the middle 
of the city ;" drawn on a scale of 140 yards to an inch : 1 f. 
2 in. X llj in. [•& xiv. as. b.\ 

A plan of the " ruins oi the ancieut city and amphitheatre at 
Silchester, as they appear at this present time, April 23, 1 742 ;" 
[drawn by John Stairs?] on a scale of 140 yards to an inch : 
f. 3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ft xiv. 85. c] 

3 d2 



388 HAMPSHIRE. ^ "^ 

A view, in pen and ink, of the amphitheatre at Silchester, taken 
from the south entrance, in 1742 ; drawn by [John Stairs ?] : 
1 f . 2 in. X 10^ in. [sb xiv. 85. g.] 

View, in Indian ink, of different parts of the Roman walls at 
Silchester, 1742; drawn by [John Stairs?]: 1 f. 2^in. x 11} 
in. [sb XIV. 85./.] 

A colored *' plan of the ancient city of Silchester, taken by John 
Wright, surveyor, 1745 f drawn on a scale of 16 statute poles 
to an inch : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [sb xrv. 85. dJ] 
See the Archeologia^ vol. xxvii. pp. 412-419. 

Southampton and Southampton River and Harbour. See 
Southern Coast, pp. 77, 78, ante. 

Small sketches, in pen and ink, of arches in, the old walls of 
Southampton ; drawn by James Essex. : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
6768. p. 197.] 

Southsea Castle. See Southern Coast, pp. 80-88, ante. 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an inscription on a plate of copper gilt 
found at Stockbridge, formerly fixed on the stone bridge there : 
1 f. 6 in. X 11 in. [d? xiv. 51.] 

Titchfield Haven. See Southern Coast, p. 82, ante. 

A colored front view of Place House, near Titchfield ; drawn 
by Ralph Willett Miller, in 1791 : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [* xiv. 

75. 1.] 

Undercliffe, near Shanklin, in the Isle of Wight. See Southern 
Coast, p. 76, ante. 

A colored west view of Warblington Castle, between Emsworth 
and Havant ; drawn in April, 1761 : 9} in. x 6^ in. [d? xiv. 

88. a.] 

A colored general view of the ruins at Warblington, near Ha- 
vant; drawn by Ralph Willett Miller, in 1789: 1 f. 5 in. x 
1 f. [d? xrv. 88. £.] 

A *^ true copy of Thos. Lawrence's survey of the borough of 
Whitchurch, in the county of Southampton, taken in the 
year 1730;'^ being a reduced colored plan, on parchment, 
signed 8 Sept. 1730, by Tobias Butler, Junior, Mayor ; drawn 
on a scale of 5^ perches to an inch : 2 f. 8 in. X 2 f. 4 in. 

[* XIV. 52.] 

Isle of Wight See Southern Coast, pp. 75-77, ante. 

"Plan de Winchester:" being a colored plan, shewing the 
walls and churches, drawn by a French artist, about the year 
1650, on a scale of 60 paces to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. 
[Add. 11,564, art. 2.] 




BAUrsHIRE. 3S9 

I, in pen and ink, of Winchester Cathedral, " as I suppose 
I it was built soon after the Conquest;" drawn bj James 
I Essex: 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6770. p. i6.] 

■■BVetch, in pen and ink, of a plan of Winchester Cathedral, 
"from a plan I made on the spot;" drawn by the Rev, 
Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 4 in. IJdd. 6759. fol. is t.] 

Nine sketches, in pen and ink, containing a plan and various 
architectural details of Winchester Cathedral; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6750. 
ff. 116-118. i*n-ii5.] 

■JUeralions, in Indian ink, of the north and west fronts of the 
I palace of Winchester; drawn on a scale of 12 feet to an inch: 
[ 2 f. 5 in. X 1 f. 8 in, [* xiv. 54. m.] 

ftetches, in pen and ink, of a door, and of an arch, in tho 
I Boutli side of the nave of Winchester Cathedral ; drawn by 
I (lie Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : each 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6739. 

Wo sketches, in pen and ink, of parts of the monumental 
^ effigies of a crusader in Winchester Cathedral ; drawn by 
r the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4i in. [Add. 6728. 
[ ff.73, 7*.] 

tches, in pen and ink, with notes, of parts of Winchester 
Cathedral; with the square font, the circular window at the 
end of the north transept, and a plan of the east end of the 
choir; drawn by James Essex: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6768. pp. 193-19+. ^6-^37.'] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a circular window m 
^^H Winchester Cathedral ; drawn " from Essex," by the Rev. 
^^m Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6743. fol. n.] 

^^^feetch, in pen and ink, of a square stone font at Winchester ; 
^^^H drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
^^■6736. fol. 90.] 

^^^^etch, in pen and ink, of a moulding in Winchester Cathedral ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add, 
6746. fol. 87.] 

Sketch and details of an arch in St. Thomas's Church, Win- 
chester ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6754. fol. 136.] 

Iielob, in Indian ink, of Winchester Cross ; drawn by James 
{ Essex: 6 in, x 4 in. lAdd. 6768. p. i09.] 



390 



HAMPSHIRE. 



U Wincbeste^^l 



Plan, in pen and ink^ of the church of St. Cross, at Wincbeste^l 
wilh slielchcs of the interior of the north side of the choir 
and of the east end, and of the ornaments of arches ; dranit 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4 in. [Add, 
6750. ff. 113-115.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a plan of the church of St. Cross, 
near Winchester, " from a slight plan I made on the spot;'* 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 
6759. fol. 147.] 

Outline sketch, in pen and ink, of the church of St. Cross, near 
Winchester ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6769. fol. 47.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of capitals and arches, with notes, of 
the church of St. Cross, at Winchester; drawn by James 
Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. a38-2«.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great west window 
of the church of St, Cross; drawn in 1810, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich: 4 in. x 2^ in. [Add. 6747. fol. 114.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window, and the 
ornaments of an arch, in the church of St. Cross, near Win- 
chester; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. X 
4 in. lAdd. 6754. ff. 1+7. ise.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the ornaments on arches in 
the church of St. Cross, at Winchester; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6746. ff. 94. 96. 

lOh. 107.] 

Woolmer Forest. See Alice Holt and Woolmeh Forest. 
Outline sketch, in pen and ink, of the great arch between the 

nave and chancel of Yaverland Church, in the Isle of Wight; 

with diagrams to shew the rationale of ihe construction ; 

drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. \^Add. 

6738. fol. ly.] 
Outline elevation and plan, in pen and ink, of the south door 

of Yaverland Church, in the Isle of Wight ; drawn by the 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add-. 0755, fol. 159.] 

Yarmouth, in the Isle of Wight. See Southern Coast, p. 76, 
ante. 



HEREFORDSHIRE. 



A VIEW, in Indian ink, of ^^ Bone Well, under Richards Castle, 
in Herefordshire, which for three or four months in the year 
is fiill of small frog bones ; drawn in August, 1722, by Ber- 
nard Lens at the well :'^ 1 f. x 8 in. IJdd. 5214. fol. 163.] 

A surrey of Dun Boggs Farm, in Herefordshire, 1729; drawn 
on a scale of 11 [chains ?] to an inch : 1 f. 2 in. x 8^ in. [sb 

XV. 106.] 

A colored view of Fownhope Chancell, Herefordshire: 1 f. 1 in. 
X 1 1 in. [* XV. 107.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Gooders, or Burrop House, near He- 
reford ; drawn by S. Fisher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xv. 

98.] 

A colored view of the keep of Goodrich Castle: 11|^ in. x 10 
in. [ite XV. 108. ^.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of some double arches in Goodrich 
Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 78.] 

*' Plan de Hereford: '^ being a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist about the year 1650, on a scale of 100 paces to If inch : 
1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,564. art. 20.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the Bishop's Palace at Hereford, 
taken from the opposite side of the river ; drawn by S. Fisher, 
of Hereford : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xv. 96. m.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of the remains of the old Chapter 
House at Hereford ; drawn by S. Fisher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 
in. [sb XV. 96. n.] 



39 HEREFORDSHIRE. 

An east view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Black Fryers, 
Hereford ; drawn by S. Fisher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ib xv. 
96. p.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Black Fryers, at 
Hereford, and of the Cross of St. John ; drawn by S. Fisher : 

I f. 4 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [ib xv. 96. q.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Cross of St John of 
Jerusalem, at Hereford ; drawn by S. Fisher : 1 f. x 9 in. 
[ib XV. 96. r.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Coningesby's Hospital, at Hereford ; 
drawn by S. Usher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xv. 96. sJ] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the Infirmary at Hereford ; drawn 
by S. Fisher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ib xv. 96. u.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Widemarsh Gate, Hereford ; drawn 
by S. Fisher: 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [sb xv. 96. «?.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bye Street Gate, Herrford ; drawn by 
S» Fisher: I f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [fi xv. 96. xJ] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the White Cross, near Hereford, 
about a mile westward of the city ; drawn by S. Fisher : 1 f. 
X 9 in. [fi XV. 96. y.] 

North view, in Indian ink, of Holm Lacey, near Hereford, the 
seat of the Scudamore family ; drawn by S. Fisher: 1 f. 4 in. 
X 1 £ 1 in. [ib XV. loo. a.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Holm Lacey; drawn by S. 
Fisher: 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [^ xv. loo. ft.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Hope Church ; drawn by S. 
Fisher : 1 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [ib xv. io9.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Wigmore Castle ; drawn 

by Deare, in 1766 : 1 f. 1} in. x 10 in. [^ xv. 

111. b.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Wormbridge, in Herefordshire, the 
seat of Edward Chee, Esquire ; drawn by H. C, in 1742 : 

I I in. X 8 in. [sb xv. 102. 4.] 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 



Abbotts Langley. See Langley. 

A south-west view of St. Alban*s ; drawn on tinted paper by 
John Lievens or Lyvyns, a disciple of Rembrandti temp. 
Charles I. : 8 in. x 4|^ in. [ib xv. 49. a.] 

It was engraved by Birrell in 1790, from a copy made by 
Francis Grose; and published by £. Harding. 

A plan, in pen and \x(kj of the borough of St. Alban^s, as per- 
ambulated during the mayoralty of Thomas Baskerfield, Esq., 
in 1803 ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 99. 6.] 

**The ground plott of the abby of St. Alban^s, anno 1719,^' 
with " the manner of the building of the walls of Verulam ;" 
drawn by William Stukeley : 1 f. x 7i|^ in. [ib xv. 49. <2.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, with notes, of St. Alban's Abbey Church ; 
by James Essex : 6 in. x 3 in. {^Add, 6772. fol. 85. 

Flan, in pen and ink, of ^^ the foundations of the abbey of St. 
Alban's as they appear from the tower of the church ; *' 
drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. \^Add, 6771. fol. 

62.] 

Flan, in pen and ink, of St Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 

142.] 

A colored north-east view of St. Alban's Abbey Church, taken 
about 1800: 1 f. 6 m. x If. [Add. 9063. fol. 138. i.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Alban's Abbey Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 9064. 

fol. 121.] 

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394 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Alban's Abbey Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add, 9064. 

fol. 121.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Alban's Abbey Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add, 9064. 

fol. 121. 6.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of part of the nave of St. Alban's 
Abbey Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 109.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of part of the nave of St. Alban*s 
Abbey Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; with an outline of 
the same : each lOj^ in. x 7j^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 275, ^6,1 

Outline elevation of a portion of the Saxon part of the nave of 
St. Alban's Abbey Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7i^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 277.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the nave of St Albany's Abbey 
Church, with diagrams to shew the rationale of the construc- 
tion ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6737. fol. 2.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of one of the arches behind the altar 
in St. Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj 
in. X 7j^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 274.] 

An east view, in bistre, in the north aisle of the choir of St. 
Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by John Carter : 7^ in. x 6 
in. [ib XV. 49. r.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of part of one of the transepts of St. 
Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 
7j^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 278.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a window in the Lady Chapel of St 
Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6768. p. 2i6.] 

A colored view of the western entrance of St Albany's Abbey 
Church; drawn by William Mulready, in 1804: 11 in. x 9 
in. [Add. 9063. fol. 129.] 

A colored view of the cloister door in the south wall of St Al- 
ban's Abbey Church ; drawn by T. Baskerfield, Jun., in Sept. 
1789: 10 in. x 7 in. [ib xv. 49, «.] 

4 colored elevation of one of the doors at the western entrance 
of St Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, 
in 1788 : l\ in. x 4 in. [Add.WQZ. fol. 184. 6-] 







IIERTFOKDSHlRli. 395 

colored view of one of the doors at Lhe west cntrauce to St. 
Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 
1788 : 8 in. X 5 in. [iS xv. 19. /.] 

A colored view of the high altar in St. Alban's Abbey Cliurch ; 
drawn by T. C. : 10 iu. x 7j in. [sfe xv. 49. q.] 

Elevation, in Indian inb, of St. Cuthbert^s Altar, in St. Alban'a 
Abbey Church; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9 in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, 11. ■i7i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of an arched recess in the wall of the 
south aisle of St. Alban's Abbey Church, within which, under 
an arch of cinqucfoils, is an ancient piscina, which was re- 
moved from the south-west pillar of the choir when the 
stairs of the gallery were built: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [^ xv. 
«». «■] 

View, in Indian ink, of the arched recess, with an ancient pis- 
cina, in St. Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 379.] 

A colored drawing of an arched retress in Sl Alban's Abbey 
Church, within which is a sculptured pillar, representing the 
martyrdom of St. Amphibalus ; drawn by Thomas Basker- 
field: 7 in. X 4^ in. {Add. 9064. fol. isa.] 

drawings, in Indian ink, of details of sculpture, etc., in St. 
Alban's Abbey Church ; by S. H. Grinnn : each lOJ in, x 
7j fn. \_P- R- Kaye, n, a«o, ■ii\, -iht, 2s:\, ia-i, sos.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigy of Robert 
I Beauver, monk of St. Alban's, in the chancel of St. Alban's 
\ Abbey Church; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1790: II 

■^. X 7 in. [Add. 90(i4. foi. i;.'. 6,] 

K colored dramng of the sepulchral brass cfRgy (half length) 
□ ecclesiastic, in the chancel of St. Alban''s Abbey Church ; 
L'drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1790 : 6\ in. x 3 in. [Add. 
f 0064. fol. u:.'\ 

olored drawings of two sepulchral brass figures near the cfaan- 

F eel door of St. Alban's Abbey Church; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield, in 1790: Sj in. X ^ in. [Add. 90G4. fol. la.'.] 

L view, iu Indian ink, of the vault and coffin of Humphrey, 
] Duke of Gloucester, in St. Alban's Abbey Church; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm: 11 iu. x 7 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. ^7.^.] 

jketcb, in pencil, of part of the monumeutof Duke Humphrey, 
h in St. Alban's Abbey Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
^Kerrich: i in. x 3 in. [Add. 67*28. fol. ato.j 

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196 HERTPORDSHIBE. 

i colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigy of Sir [Ai 
thony ?] De Grey, eldest son of Edmund De Grey, Earl of 
Kent, [and who died in 1481,) in the chancel of St. Alban's 
Abbey Church ; drawn in 1790, by Thomas Baskerlield : i, 
f. 1 in. X 7 in. lAdd. 9064. fol. 123.] 



M 



A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass eiEgy of Ralph R01 
lat, {who died in 1519,) in the south aisle of St. Alban's Abbey 
Church; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1790: 1 f, 4in. x 
10 in. [Add. 9064. fol. i-24.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Ralph Mainard, (who died 
in 1613,) in the south aisle of St. Alban's Abbey Church: 5j^ 
in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. i^B.] 

Three drawings, in colours and pencil, with notes, of arms, etc., 
in St. Alban's Abbey Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : each 
1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. [Add. 9063. ff. isi-iye.] 

Five colored drawings of arms in St. Alban's Abbey Church ; 
by Thomas Baskerfield : each 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 
187. b.] 

A south-east view, in bistre, of the Abbey Gate at St. Alban's, 
now used as a gaol ; drawn by John Carter: 7 J in. x 6 in. 
[4 ,\v. 49. w.] 

A colored view of the south front of St. Alban's Gaol, anciently 
the abbey gate-house ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 
August, 1797 : 7 in. X 4j in. [Add. 9063. fol. i6j. b.] 

St. Michael's, partly in the town of St. Alban's. Sec St. 
MiCHA el's. 

A colored plan of the parish of St. Peter's at St. Alban's ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 8} in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. «!«.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of St. Peter's Church in St. Al- 
ban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1787 : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 203.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Peter's Church at St. 

Alban's; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1787 : 6 in. x 4 

in. [* -W. *:>. b i.] 
A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Si. Peter's Church at St. 

Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield j 7 in. x 4^ in. 

lAdd. 9063. fol. SOJ.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigy of an eccle- 
siaetic, without name or date, in the chancel of St. Peter's 




w. 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 397" 

Church at St. Aiban's ; drawn by TliomaB Baskerfield, in 
Ocl. 1789, on a scale of ^th of the original: 8 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. m:i. 6.] 

A colored drawing of tJie sepulchral brass effigy of an eccle- 
siastic, without name, but having some Latin and English 
verses engraved in a double circle between the leaves of a 
rose at his feet, in the chancel of St. Peter's Church at St. 
Alban's; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, iu Oct. 1799, on a 
scale of ith of the original: 1 f. 1 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. !0-l.] 

a impression from the two inscriptions on a rose in one of the 
brass monuments in St. Peter's Church at St. Alban's ; 1 f. X 
[Add. 9064. fol. isf. b.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of John At- 

Ikyn, glover, (who died in 1449,] and Joan bis wife, in the 
chancel of St. Peter's Church at St. Alban's ; drawn by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield, in Oct. 1789, on a scale of^th of the original: 
7j in. X 61 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 303. 4.] 
colored drawing of the sepulchral effigy in brass of William 
Mitor, (who died in 1480,) in St. Peter's Church at St. Alban's; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Oct. 1789 : 10 in. X 7 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. ™3.] 
colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of Roger 
Peniberton, (who died in 1627,} and of his wife and children, 
in St. Peter's Church at St. Alban's; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield, in Oct. 1789, on a scale of ith of the original: 
1 f. 2 in. X 8 in. [Add. 9063. fol. aoi. J.] 

L view, in Indian ink, of the market-cross and conduit at St 
L Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 5 in. [Add. 
(9063. fol. 165. b.] 

L front view, in Indian ink, of the almshouses, called the 
I " Bmldings," at St. Alban's, near the entrance to the town 
I from Hertford, erected by Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough; 
I drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4^ in. [A xv. 49. ee.] 

k view, in Indian ink, of the almshouses called the "Buildings" 
k at St. Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 4 in. x 3 in. 

i [Add. 9063. fol. la..] 

L colored view of Holywell House, at the bottom of Holywell 
I Hill, in the parish of St, Peter's at St. Alban's, on the road 
L to St- Stephen's, built by Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough ; 
L drawn in 1796, whilst it was the residence of Georgiana, 
L Dowager Countess Spencer: 10^ in. x 7^ in. [ib xv. 7a. f.] 



398 HBBTFORDSHIBE. 

A colored view of Holywell House, St. Alban's, taken from the 

approach; drawn hy Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 4^ in. 

[Add. 9063. fol. 165.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Holywell House, St. Alban's, taken 

from the garden; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1796: 

9i in. X 6i in. [Jdd. 9063. fol. 165.] 
A colored view of Holywell House, SL Alban's, taken from the 

St. Stephen's Road : 10^ in. x 7^ in. lAdd. 9063. fol. le*.] 
View, in Indian ink, of part of the Roman wall of Verulam, 

near St. Alban's; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 10^ in. x 7^ in. 

[P. R. Kaye, n. soo.] 
A colored view of the ruins of the Benedictine Nunnery at 

Sopewell, in the parish of St. Peter's in St. Alban's, and 

about half a mile south-eastward of the town : 1 in. x 7 in. 

[A XV. 83.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Albury ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: B^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 34i. &.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Aldbury ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. i48. 5.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Aldbury Church ; drawn 
in 1802, by Thomas Baskerfield: 7 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9064. 

fol. 80J.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of Sir Ralph 
Vemey and his wife, in Aldbury Church ; by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 8 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9064. fol. eot. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Aldenham ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 9 in. x 8^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 331.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the village of Aldenham ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1804 : 6^ in. x 3^ in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. Sd>. &,] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Aldenham Church ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9063. fol. 

231.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Aldenham Church ; drawn 
in 1804, by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9064. 

fol. 155. b.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the square stone font on pillars in 
Aldenham Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 3 in. x 2 in. 
[Jdd. 9064. fol. 158. i.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a tomb with two recumbent female 
figures, on the south wall of a chapel ou the south side of 



ItRRTFORDSeiRE. 399 

the chancel of Aldenham Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 
7 in. X 5 in. lAdd. 9064. fol. I.=.8. 6.] 

Colored drawings of the monument of Catherine Cade, (who 
died in 1635,) and of various arms in Aldenham Church; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 8 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. a!3.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of John Coghill, 
(who died in 1714,) in Aldenham Church ; by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9064. fol. i5a. i.] 

Colored drawings of various arms and monuments, with notes 
of inscriptions, in Aldenham Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 
I f. 7 in. X 10 in. [Add. 9064. fol. isa.] 

Eight colored drawings of arms in Aldenham Church ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield : each 2 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 
15B. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the seat of R. Kucks, Esq., at Alden- 
ham, near Elstree ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield ; 6j- in, x 
4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. S3i.] 

A colored view of the seat of . 
of Aldenham: 10 in. x 7^ in. 
lew, in Indian ink, taken i 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 3 i 
colored plan of the parish of Amwell ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8J in. x 6^^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 2b4.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Anstey ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9062. p. i06.] 

Ashridge Manor, in the parish of Little Gaddesden. See Ctad. 

^^^Beolored plan of the parish of Ashwell ; drawn by Thomas 
^^naskerfield : 8^ in. x 5} in. lAdd. 9062. p. 33.] 

^^^■eolored plan of the parish of Aspeden or Aspcnden ; drawn 

^^Fbf Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 9062. p. ija.] 

^^^ view, in Indian ink, of Aspeden Hall, the seat of Charles 

Boldero, Esq. : 4 in. x 3j in. [sb Lyaons' Environs, vol. iv. 

p. »,.] 

'A colored plan of the parish of Aston ; drawn by Thomas 
~ Baskerfield : SJ in. x 6) in. [Add. 9063. fol. so.] 

colored view of Aston Bury, the seat of Edmund Darby, 
.^sq. : 7 in. X 3| in. [£ xv, 6o. i.] 

colored plan of the parish of Ayot St. Laurence; drawn by 
lomas Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 35.] 



A coI( 



. . Parker, Esq., in the parish 
[Add. 9063. fol. «3S.] 
T Aldenham ; drawn by Tbo- 
[Add. 9064. fol. 154. 6.] 



400 



HEBTPOBDSBIRP.. 



A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the old church at A^ 
Su Laurence ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 
1791 : 4^ in. x 3^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 37.] 

A colored view of the new church at Ayot SL Laurence, 
erected by Nicolas Revett at the expense of Sir Lyonel 
Lyde, Bart. ; drawn by Thomas Baskeriield, in Aug, 1791 : 
4 in. X 3^ in. lAdd. 9063. fol. :i7.] 

A colored view of the interior, looking east, of the new church 
at ."^yot St, Laurence; drawn by Thomas Baskeriield, in 
Aug. 1791 : 4J in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9063. fol. 37.] 

A colored elevation of the pedestal of white marble in the centre 
of one of the pavilions of the front of the new church at Ayot 
St. Laurence, having an inscription in commemoration of the 
architect : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. a?.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the clerk's house at Ayot St. Laurence ; 
drawn by Thomas Baakerfield : 6i in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 37.] 

A colored view of the seat of Sir Lyonel Lyde, Bart., at Ayot 
St Laurence ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Aug. 
1791 : i^ in. x ^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. .t7.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Ayot SL Peter's ; drawn by 
Thomas Baakerfield : 6^ in. X 4 in. lAdd. 9063. fol. 33.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Barkway ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. p. 9a.] 

A colored plan of the hamlet of Northamslead or Nuthamstead, 
in the parish of Barkway ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield ; 
6 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9062. p. loi.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Barkway Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1806 : 6j in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. 

p. 98.] 

A colored south-west view of Barkway Church : 8 J in. x 6 in. 

[# XV. 70. 1.] 

A colored north-east view of Barkway Church : 7 in. x 5^ in. 
[Add. 9064, fol. 3S7.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Barkway Church ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1806: 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9062. p. 98.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the east window of 
Barkway Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Jdd. 6769. p. J76.] 






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HERTFOROSBIRE. 401 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of ihe tracery of the great east window 
;0f Barkway Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
>in. X 3 in. [Add. 6747. fol. sa.] 

;etch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great west window 
of Barkway Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 675fi. fol. 28S.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Barley ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 11 in. x 8j in. [Add. 9062. p. 95.] 
colored south-east view of Barley Church : 7| in, x 5^ in. 
{Add. 9062. p. 9?.] 

colored plan of the parish of Bamet, or Chipping Bamet ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: SJ in. x 6j in. [Add. 9063. 

foi. -.,17.] 

A colored south-east view of Barnet Church ; drawn in 1796 : 
10 in. X 7^ in. [^ xv. 51. 1. a.) 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Bamet Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in Aug. 1790: 10 in. X 7 in. [Add. 
9063. fol. jsa. i.] 

drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Bamet 
Church; by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1790: 34 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 4JS. 6.] 

colored drawing of an old tombstone in Bamet Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 23?.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Thomas Ravenscroll, 
(who died in 1630,) in Bamet Church : 10 in. x 9 in. [Add. 
9063. fol. 937. i.] 

A colored view of the Free School at Bamet ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield, in Aug. 1790 : 4^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

Li.] 

1 elevation of the obelisk, erected in 1740, (at the expense of 
Bir Jeremy Sambrook, of Gubbins or Gobions,) on Gladmore 

■ Heath, near Barnet, in commemoration of the battle between 
lEdward IV. and the Earl of Warwick, 14th April, 1471 : 8^ 

' . X ^ in. [ft XV. 51. 1. 6.] 

Kcolored view of the obelisk on Gladmore Heath, near Bamet; 

■ drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Aug. 1787: 6 iu. x 5 in. 
^lAdd. 9063. fol. 3:15. b.] 

x>lored view of the obelisk near Barnet : 7^ in. X 6 in. [tt 



402 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A colored view of Barnet turnpike; drawn in 1807, by I. 
Hassell : 8 in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. 68. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of East Barnet ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8i in. x 6i in. [Add. 9063. fol. 239.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bayford ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8} in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. $82. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bengeo; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8i in. x 6} in. [Add. 9062. fol. 268. b.] 

A colored view of G oldens, a seat partly in the parish of Ben- 
geo, partly in the parish of Bramfield ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 7 in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 270.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bennington ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x ej^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 54.] 

A colored south-east view of Bennington Church : 7j^ in. x 1^ 
in. [Add. 9063. fol. 54.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of a knight and his lady in 
Bennington Church : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 54. b.] 

Colored drawings of arms of the Bensteds, etc., in Bennington 
Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 5.] 

A colored plan of the hamlet of Wakeley in the parish of 
Berkesdon; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9062. p. iso.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Great Berkhamstead or Berk- 
hamstead St Peter's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. 
X S^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 325.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Great Berkhamstead Church ; 
drawn in 1788 : 1 f. 5 in. x 9 in. [fb xv. 5i. 2. a.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Great Berkhamstead 
Church; drawn in 1802, by Thomas Baskerfield: 7^ in. x 
4^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 525.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the Grammar School behind 
Berkhampstead Church ; drawn in 1788 : 1 f. 1 in. x 8^ in. 
[lb XV. 51. 9. c] 

A colored plan of the parish of North Church or Berkhamstead 
St Mary's ; dra\*Ti by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x 8^^ 
in. [Add. 9063. fol. S4o.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Little Berkhamstead ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 

280. b.] 



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A colored south-west view of Little Berkhamstead Church : 7 
in. X 5J in. [Add. 9064. fol. 40. 6.] 

A colored view of the tower at Little Berkhamstead : 7^ in. x 
6j^ in. [Add. 9064. foL 40. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bigrave ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6J in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 44.] 

Bishop's Hatfield. See Hatfield. 

Bishop's Stortford. See Stortford. 

A colored plan of the parish of Bovingdon ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 297. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Bovingdon Hoo; drawn in 1796, 
by Thomas Baskerfield: 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 
«97. 6.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bramfield ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 260.] 

OoldenSj.a seat partly in the parish of Bramfield, partly in 
Bengeo. See Benoeo. 

A colored plan of the hundred of Braughing ; extracted from an 
engraved map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 11 in. 
X 11 in. [Add. 9062. fol. i6'>. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Braughing; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x S]^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 2S8. b.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Braughing Church ; dravin 
in June, 1806, by Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9062. fol. 230.'] 

Brent-Pelham. See Pelham. 

A colored plan of the parish of Broad Field ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 7o.] 

A colored plan of the hundred of Broadwater ; extracted from 
an engraved map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 
f. 6 in. X 1 f. [Add. 9063. fol. 5.] 

Brockett Hall, in the parish of Bishop's Hatfield. See Hat- 
field. 

A colored plan of the parish of Broxboume ; drawn by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield: 1 f. I m. x 8|^ in. lAdd. 9062. fol. 

S87. 6.] 

A colored north view of Broxboume Church : 7j^ in. x 5^ in. 
[Add. 9062. fol. 288.] 

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404 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Broxbourne Church ; drawn in 
1803, by Thomas Baskerfield : 8 in. x 5 in. lAdd. 9064. fol. 

30. J.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font on pillars 
in Broxboume Church ; drawn in 1803, by Thomas Basker- 
field : 5 in. x 3i^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. so. b.] 

A colored drawing of the inscription ^^ round the building, 
the north-east side of Broxboume Church," with drawings of 
the arms on a larger scale : each 10 in. x 8^ in. [Add. 9064. 
fol. 29.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the hospital for poor widows, erected 
by Lady Monson in 1728, in the parish of Broxboume; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1803 : 5 in. x 4|- in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 30.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Buckland ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9062. p. lis.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Buckland Church : 6 in. 
X 3J in. [Add. 9062. p. ii3.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of the church or chapel of 
Buntingford, a market town at the junction of the parishes of 
Layston, Aspenden, Throcking, and Widdial ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. fol. 234.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bushey ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8|^ in. x Sj^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 284.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Caddingtone ; drawn by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 8^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

318. &.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Caldicot ; drawn by Thomaa 
Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 39.] 

A colored plan of the hundred of Cashio ; extracted from an en- 
graved map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 6 in. 
X 1 f. [Add. 9063. fol. no.] 

Cashiobury Park, in the parish of Watford. See Watford. 

Cecil Lodge, in the parish of Abbot* s Langley. See Langley. 

A colored plan of the parish of Cheshunt ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 8i in. [Add. 9062. fol. 292. b.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, of Theobald^'s Park, in the parish of 
Cheshunt ; drawn by ... . Thorpe, in 1611, shortly after 
it was obtained by James I. from Robert Cecil, Earl of Salis- 



H^ HERTFORDSHIRE. 405 

^Bbury, ID exchange for Hattield ; this plan was probably made 
Hfcr K. Jamea's use: 2 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 5 in. [Cott. Aug. i. i, 
■ ».] 
^iplan and elevation of " Gofs near Gofs Oake, in the parri&h 

of Chesthunt, in the county of Harford, 1668 ;" drawn by I. 

M. ; the plan is on a scale of 4 feet to aji inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 

1 f. 4 in. [ib XV. 63. 5.] 
Ground plan, in pen and ink, of Waltham Cross, in the parish 

ofCheshunt; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 

6769. p. 277.] 

Childwick Bury, in the parish of St Michael's. See St. 
Michael's. 

Chipping Bamet See Barnet. 

A colored plan of the parish of Cloth-hall ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield : 8 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9062. p. «.] 
A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass efflgy of William 

Lucas, parson of Cloth-hall, (who died in 1602,) in Cloth-hall 

Church: 7 in. x 41 in. [Add. 9062. p. si.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Coddicote ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6i in. [Add. 9063. fol. 25B.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Coddicote Bury, the property of 
Thomas Brand, Lord Dacre: 4 in. x 3) in. [df Lysotis^ 
Environs, vol. iv. p. sa.] 

A colored view of London Colney, in the road to St. Alban's ; 

drawn in 1796 : 10 in. x 7i in. [* xv. 7b. i.] 
ley Chapel House, in the parish of Shenley. See Shen- 

LST. 
A colored plan of the parish of Cottered ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield; 8 in. x Oj in. [Add. 9062. p. 66.] 
A colored south view of Cottered Church : 7 in. x Sj in. 

[Add. 9062. p. 66.] 

A colored plan of the hundred of Dacorum ; extracted from an 
engraved map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 £ 4 
in. X 1 f. [Add. 9063. fol. 267.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Datchworth ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: SJ in. x 6^^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. Jw. i.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Digswell ; drawn by Thomas 

I Baskerfield : ^ iu. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. v^. 6.] 
south-east view, in Indian ink, of Digswell Church ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield: 61 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9064. fol. s63.] 



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406 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A colored drawing of ibe sepulchral brass effigies of John Pe- 
ryent and his wife, (who died in 1415,) in Digswell Church ; by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 9^ in. x 5 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 263.'] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigy of John Pery- 
ent, (who died in 1482,) in Digswell Church; by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 9^ in. x 5 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 263.] 

East Bamet. See Barnet. 

East Hithe, in the parish of Wheathamstead. See Wheat- 

HAMSTEAD. 

A colored survey of the parish of Eastwick ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6|^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. fol. in. b."] 

A colored north-east view of Eastwick Church : 7^ in. x 5^ in. 
[Add. 9062. fol. I9i. b.] 

A colored drawing of the sepulchral effigies of a crusader in 
the north transept of Eastwick Church : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
9062. fol. 193.] 

A colored drawing of the arms of Scrope and Tiptoft quarterly, 
and the same impaling Washboume, in the windows of East- 
wick Church : 1 1 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9062. fol. 193.] 

A colored plan of the hundred of Edwin-tree ; extracted fix)m an 
engraved map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f 
1 in. X 10 in. [Add. 9062. p. 94.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Elstree ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6} in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 335.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Elstree Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. 80.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of Elstree Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1793 : 6} in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. 235.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Essendon ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8} in. x 6} in. [Add. 9062. fol. sso.] 

Femaux-Pelham. See Pblham. 

A colored plan of the parish of Flamsted ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 3fo.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Flamsted Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 5|- in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 32o.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Flaunden ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6} in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 29rb. ] 



HBBTFORDSUIRE. 



A colored plan of the pariah of Great Gaddesden ; drawD by 
Thomas Baskerfield : SJ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. ais.] 



^ 



6 

6*- 



south-west view, in Indian ink, of Great Gaddesden Church; 
drawn ill 1802, by Thomas Baslterfield : 7i in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 313.] 

^^ colored distant view of Mr. Halsey's house at Great Gaddes- 
den; drawn in June, 1792, by Thomas Baskerfield; 7 in. x 
4j in. {Add. 9063. fol. 3i5.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Little Gaddesden ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 61 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. spg.] 

I general " front view, [in Indian ink,] of Asheridge House, 
the seat of liis Grace the Duke of Bridgewater ;" drawn in 
Aug. 1796, by Thomas Baskerfield : " this noble mansion 
was pulled down in 1800:" 1 f. 7 in. X 6 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 504.] 

ThemanorofAshridgeisin the parish of Little Gaddesden, , / 

in Hertfordshire, but the mansion, anciently the College of (^' (^4vvtl***ji 
Bonhommes, is in the parish of Pitstone in Buckinghamshire.^^ /jy***" 
See pp. 174, 175, aw/e. Mr. Baskerfield has classed these ''•'*^r ^j 
drawings with Hertfordshire. l^T/tX*- 

A front view, in Indian ink, taken within the entrance gateway, 
of Ashridge House; drawn [in 1796] by Thomas Basker- 
field : 9j in. x 6j in. ^Add. 9063. fol. 304. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " the garden front of the Lodge at 
Asheridge, the Duke's habitation ;" drawn in 1796, by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield: 9 in. x S in. [Add. 9063. fol. 304.>.J 

An interior view, in Indian ink, of " the haJI at Asheridge 
House ; this large oak table is near 1 6 yards long, and of one 
piece in length ;" drawn in 1796, by Thomas Baskerfield: 5 
in. X 4i in. [Add. 906-3. fol. 305.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a fountain in tlie court of Ashridge 

House; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4^ in. 

[Add. 9063. fol. 305.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of the cloisters at Ashridge Honse ; 

drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Aug. 1796 : 6 in. x 4^ in. 

[Add. 9063. fol. 30.7.] 

A colored view of Gilston Park, the seat of Robert Plumer 
Ward, Esq. : 7 in. x SJ in. [« xv. 63. 4.] 

Gladmore Heath, near Bamet See Babnet. 

Gofs, in the parish of Chesbunt. See Cheshijnt. 






HERTFOBDSHIRE. 



Goldens, a seat partly in the parisli of Bengeo, parti; in thss 
parish of Bramfield. See Benoeo. 



Michael's. See St.' 



Gorhambury, in the parish of St. 
Michael's. 

A colored plan of the parish of Gravely-cam-Chivefield ; drawnf 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 7^- in. x 6i in. {.Add. 

fol. 71.] 

Grove Park, in the parish of Watford. See Watford. 

Gubbins or Gobions, in the parish of North Mims. See Mius.'! 

A colored plan of the parish of Great Hadham ; drawn by 1 
Thomas Baslierfield: 81 in. x 6J in. [Add. 9062. 
158. 6.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Hadham-on-Asb ; drawD byl 
Thomas Baskerfield: 8^ in. x fij in. [Add. 9062. fol. 154.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Harpendcn oi 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 8i in. x Sj- in. 
370. 6.] 

A colored south view of Harpeuden or Harding Church ; drawn 
in Sept. 1790, by Thomas Baskerfield: TJ in. x 4 io. [Add. 
9063. fol. 270. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rothamsted, in the parish of Harpeo- 
den or Harding, the seat of Mrs. Bennett ; drawn by T. Bas- 
kerfield, Jun., in Aug. 1787 : 7 in. x 4j in. [* xv. 67. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rothamsted, " between Redboum and 
Harding, the seat of Mrs. Bennetts;" drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield, in Aug. 1787 : 7^ in. X 6 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

f7».] 

A colored view of Rothamsted : 7 in. x 5^ in. [A xv. 67. &.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Bishop's Hatfield ; drawn by ' 
Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [Jdd. 9063. fol. 8.] 

..Colored drawings of various monuments and arms in Hatfield 
Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : each 1 f. 6 in. 

[Add. 9064. flf. 269. -269. b.] 

Colored drawings of arms and monuments in Hatfield Cburclijl 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. {Add. 9063. f6L% 
«.] 

A fi'ont view, in Indian ink, of Hatfield House, the seat of theJ 
Marquess of Salisbury ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. C 
X I f. [P. S. Kaye, n. aae.] 



Harding; drawn 
lAdd. 8063. fol. 

g Church ; drawn i 

in. X 4 is. [Add.^^i 

parish of Harpeo- ^^^1 
drawn by T. Bas- 1 

[ft XV. 67. a.] 

•fin Rfidbfuim and ' 



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HERTFORDSUIBB. 409 

If, in Indian ivik, of Hatfield House, towards the court ; 
drawn bj S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

^0 

Views, in outline, of the two fVonts of Hatfield House, taken 

apparently about the year 1600 : each 1 1 in. x 8 in. [Add. 

9064. fol. JW.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Brockctt Hall, the seat of Lord 

Viscount Melbourne, in the parish of Bishop's Hatfield ; 

drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in May, 1804 : 6^ in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 9063. fol. ■iS. b.} . 
A view, in Indian ink, of the bridge in Brocket! Park ; drawn 

by Thomas Baskerlield : Gj in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

«S. b.] 
A colored view of Punsboum House, in the parish of Bishop's 

Hatfield, the seat of Stephen Sullivan, Esq., afterwards of 

William Busk, Esq. : 7 in. x 5^ in. lAdd. 9064. fol. 'm.] 
A colored plan of the parish of Hemel Hempstead ; drawn by 

Thomas Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x S^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

«94.i.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Hemel Hempstead Chnrch ; 
drawn by T. C. : I f. 2 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [* xv. 5b. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Hemel Hempstead Church; 

drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 6} in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. egs. 6.] 
I>A view, in Indian ink, of the west Iront of Heme! Hempstead 

Church; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Sept. !788: Tj 

in. X 4^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. asie.] 

A colored view of the west door of Hemel Hempstead Chmrcb ; 
drawn by T. C. : Sj in. x 7^ in. [* xv. i.i. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the west door of Hemel Hemp- 
stead Church; drawn in Sept. 1788, by Thomas Basker- 
field: 6 in. X 4i in. [Add. 9063. fol. sge.] 

I A colored plan of the hundred of Hertford; extracted from an 
engraved map, with Ms. additions, by Thomas Baskerfield : 
1 t X 1 f. [Add. 906O. fol. SS6. b.] 

' A colored plan of the parish of St. Andrew's in Hertford ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 8^^ in. X 6 J in. [Add. 9062. 

fol. 161.] 

La colored plan of the parish of St. John's in Hertford; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield: 9 in. x SJ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 

3g ■ 



410 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A colored plan of the parish of Hertingfordbury ; drawn by. 
Thomas Baskerfield: 8^ in. x 6 J in. [Add. 9062. fol. 

272. J.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west door of Hertingfordbury 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 34.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south window of the chancel of 
Hertingfordbury Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. 289.] 

"fcolored drawing of the ancient tombstone of Phelipe and 
Isabel, daughters of Robert de Louthe, in Hertingfordbury 
Church : 7 in. X 3^ in. [Add, 9062. fol. 276.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Hexton ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: S^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. ^6^. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of HinxWorth ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 29.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Pulter^s Manor House, in the parish 
of Hinxworth : 4 in. x S^ in. [d? Lysons, 192. d. 4. p. 52.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Hippolites ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 j^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. loi.] 

A colored plan of the hundred of Hitchin ; extracted from an 
engraved map, with additions, by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 
X 11 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 88.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Hitchin ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 88. b.] 

A colored north view of " Hitchen Church, in Hartfordshire, 
163 feet long, 67 broad, and the tower 21 feet square, built 
in the reign of Queen Mary;" drawn by Thomas Basker- 
field, in Aug. 1787 : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 96.] 

A north view, in Indian ink, of Hitchin Church ; drawn by 
T. Baskerfield, in Aug. 1787 : 6j in. x 4j in. [* xv. 

56. a.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the priory at Hitchin, the seat of John 
Radclifie, Esq., who died in December, 1783; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield: 6^ in. x 4^ in. [tf? xv. 56. c] 

A colored view of the " priory at Hitchen, the seat of J. Rad- 
cliffe, Esq., taken in the park, June 6, 1780;** drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 8 in. x 5J in. [Add. 9063. fol. 92. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " the garden firont of Mr. Wiltshire's 
house at Hitchen, showing a remarkable box hedge for 50 



HERTFOKDSHIllE. Ill 

yards id length aiid I suppose near 30 Tect bigli, feallieriiig 
close to the ground;" drawn by Tliomas Baskeiiield, in 
Aug. 1787 : 6 in. X 4^ iu. IJdd. 9063. fol. go. fi.] 

A colored plan of the hamlet of Preston, in llio parish of 
Hitchin ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 iu. x 8 iu. 
IJdd. 9063. fol. 98.] 

A colored view of Temple Dinsley, in the hamlet of Preston, in 
the parish of Hitchin, the " seal of Benedict Ithell, Esq., 
lately Mr. Harwood's;" drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 10 
in. X 5 in. lAdd. 90«3. fol. 99.] 

East Hithe, in the parish of Whcatham stead. See Wheat- 

UAMSTKAD. 

A view, in Indian inli, of the chapel in the town of Hoddcsdon ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 6^ in. X 4 in. [Add. 906-2. 

fol. S87.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the clock-house at Uoddesdon; drawn 
in 1803, by Thomas Baskerfield: 4| in. x 4^^ in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 36. 6.] 
|,A view, in Indian ink, of an old house at Hoddesdon ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9062. fol. *e7.] 

Bog End, iu the parish of Redbourne. See Bedboukne. 
Bolywell. See St. Alban's. 
wA colored plan of the parish of Great Hormead ; ttrawu by 
Thomas Baskerfield: «^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 
iJi. ft.] 

L colored plan of the parish of Little Hormead; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield: 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 
A.] 

^^ colored plan of the parish of Hunsdon; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8f in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. i9t. i.] 

La colored view of Ilunsdon House, erected by K, Henry VIII., 

and lately the seat of Nicholson Calvert, Esq.; 7j- in. X 5 J 

in. [Add. 9062. fol. 19?.] 
WA colored plan of the parish of Ickleford ; drawu by Thomas 

Baskerfield, Esq. : Sj in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9083. fol. io3.] 
BA colored ]ilan of the parish of Kelshall ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield : i)| in. X 8 in. [Add. 9062. p. hi.] 
■Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in Kelshall 

Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas K.eirich : 6 in. x 4 in. 

[Add. 6756. fol. .w.] 




412 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the east window and 
of the east window of the north aisle of Kelshall Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. ff. 6. 39.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Kempton ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield, Esq. : 8^ in. x 8^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. us. ft.] 

King's Langley. See Lanolet. 

King's Walden. See Walden. 

A colored plan of the parish of Kinsworth ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : . 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 3i8.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Knebworth ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 60. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of '^ the west front of Knebworth House 
and park, the seat of Mrs. Lytton, near Codicott, Herts ; an 
exceedingly large old brick house ; ** drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield, in Aug. 1787 : 10 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 63.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Knebworth House, with the 
church in the park ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 10 in. 
X 4^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 63. b.] 

Lamer House, in the parish of Wheathamstead. See Wheat- 

HAMSTEADi 

A colored plan of the parish of Abbof s Langley ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 

212. i.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Abbot's liangley Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1 803 : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9064. fol. I.W.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the carved hexagonal stone font in 
Abbot's Langley Church; drawn in 1803, by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 5^ in. X 3 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 154.] 

Colored drawing of the monument of Robert Belvyll, (who died 
in 1475,) in Abbot's Langley Church ; by Thomas Basker- 
field : ei in. X 4 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 154.] 

Colored drawing of the sepulchral brass figures of Rosse Nor- 
wode, (who died in 1498,) and his two wives and children, in 
Abbot's Langley Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 7 J in. x 
4^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. 164.] 

Colored drawing of the monumental figures of Thomas Coghell, 
(who died in 1607,) and of his two wives, in Abbotts Langley 



I 
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HERTFORDSHIBE!:, 413 

Church; by Thomas Baskerfield: 5i in. x 4j in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 1S4.] 
A colored riew of Cecil Lodge, the seat of Lady Talbot, in the 
parish of Abbot's Langley ; drawn in 1796 : 10 in. x 7j in. 

[a XV. 63. 1.] 

colored plan of the parish of King's Langley; drawn by Tho- 
mas Basker£eld: 8| in. x 6} in. [Add. 9063. fol. e89. &.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of King's Langley Church ; 
drawn in July, 1792, by Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4J in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. ■i9t.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of King's Langley Chorch ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1797 : 9 in. X 6 in. [Add. 
9063. fol. i9i. b.] 

Vi^f in Indian ink, of the tomb of Edmond de Langley, fifth 

-^8on of K. Edward III., in King's Langley Church, with 
drawings of the arms ; taken by Thomas Baskerfield, in Jidy, 
1792: 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9063. fol. ass.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of Edmund de Langley, in 
King's Langley Church: 11 in. x 9 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 

178. 6.] 

A colored drawing of an altar tomb ag^nst the east comer of 
a small chapel, north of the chancel, in King's Langley 
Church ; upon which are the recumbent figures of a knight 
in armour and his lady, supposed to be one of the Vemey 
family, of Pendley, in the parish of Aldbury, co. Herts : 9i- 
in. X 8 in. [Add. 9064. fol. i7;i. 6.] 
Colored drawing of the monumental brass effigies of William 
Sacfeer, (who died in 1548,) and Alice his wife, in King's 
Langley Church : 7 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. asi. 6.] 
I Colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigy of Margaret 

I ^y^Chey^e, (who died in 1578,) in King's Langley Church: 7 in. 
I X 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. S9i. ft.] 

I Colored drawing of the monumental brass effigies of John 

1^^^ Carter of Gifres, (who died iu 1588,) and of his two wives 
^^^L and children, in King's Langley Church : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
^^1 9063. fol. z9-i. h.] 

^^^■jA. colored plan of the parish of Laystonc ; drawn by Thomas 
^^m Baskerfield : BJ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. i30. h.] 

^^V A 
^^ Tl 
I A CO 

^^^ Ba 



f A colored plan of the parish of Lilley, or Lindley ; drawn by 

Thomas Baskerfield : 8i in. x 6i^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. lis. A.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Litchworth ; drawn by Thomas 

Basker6eld : 6i in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063, fol. s4.] 



UitRTFORDSIIIltl 

London Colney. See Colney. 

A colored plan of the parish of Measdon ; drawn by Tliomas 

Baskerfield: 6^ in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 9062. fol. iio.] 
A colored view of the ruins of Minsden, or Measdon, Chapel : 

7 in. X 5j in. [Add. 9062. fol. iMj.] 

A colored plan of the parish of St. Michael's, near St. Alban's ; 
drawn by Thomas Baekerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x SJ in. [-^dd. 

9063. fol. aw. b.] 

A. south view, in Indian ink, of SL Michael's Church, near St. 

Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1787 : 7 in. x 4 j^ 

in. [* XV. 49. te.] 
A south view, in Indian ink, of St. Michael's Church, near St. 

Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in 1787 : 6 in. x 4 

in. [Add. 9063. fol. aio.j 
A colored south-east view of St, Michael's Church, near St. 

Alban's: 9j in. X 7i in. [* .xv. 49. y.] 
A colored south-west view of St. Michael's Church, near St. 

Alban's; drawn by [J. Hassell?]: 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 

9064. fol. i:!i.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font in St, 
Michael's Church, near St. Alban's; by Thomas Baskerfield: 
5 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. aio.] 

A colored drawing from an ancient painting of the resurrec- 
tion, discovered in 1808, on the old rood loft over the en- 
trance to the chancel of St. Michael's Church, near St. Al- 
ban's: 1 f. 5 in. x7 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 2ii.] 

An outline drawing of the monument of Francis Bacon, Lord 
Verulam, in St. Michael's Church : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. [Add. 
9064. fol. 119. i.] 

A view, in outline, of the monument of Francis Bacon, Lord 
Verulam, in St. Michael's Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm ; 
I f. 2 in. x n in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ■in.'] 

Colored drawings of arms, and copies of inscriptions, in St. Mi- 
chael's Church, near St. Alban's ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 
1 f. 6 in. X If. [Add. 9063. fol. ««.] 

Eight colored drawings of arms of the Maynard family and llieir 
alliances, in the church of St. Michael's, near St. Alban's ; 
by Thomas Baskerfield: each 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 3ie,] 

A colored view of Childwick Bury, the seat of Mrs. Lomax, in 
the parish of St. Michael's, near St. Alban's ; drawn byTho- 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 4l3 

mas Baskerfield, in July, ] 792 : 7^ in. x 4j in. [Add. &06S. 
fo). IBO. b.] 

A colored view of the old mansioD of Gorhambury House, the 
seat of Sir Nicholas Bacon, temp. Elizabeth, in the parish of 
St. Michael's, near St. Alban's ; drawn in 1787 : 10 in. X 5 
in. [Add. 9064. fol. ii5. b.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Gorhambury House j drawn by 
Green: 10 in. x 8^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. ii7.] 

r-<oTored view of Gorhambury, the seat of Lord Viscount 
Grimston, {now Earl of Verulam,) in the parish of St. Mi- 
chael's, near St. Alban's ; drawn by Thomas Baslcerfield, in 
1791 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9003. fol. 179.] 

A colored view of the back front of Gorhambury ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in Sept. 1792: 4^ in. x 3J in. lAdd. 
9063. fol. 179.] 

A colored plan of the parish of North Mims ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: I f. 1 in. x 8j in. [Add. 9063. fol. *;5.] 

[ A colored north-west view of North Mims Church ; drawn in 
809, by J. Hasselt : 7^ in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. hs. 6.] 

I A colored drawing of an altar tomb, with the ciest of two anns 
holding a wreath, in North Mims Church : 7 in. x 7 in. 
[Add. 9064. foi. 89.] 

A colored drawing of the monument of the Bercsford family [of 
Ashbourne, co. Derby] in North Mims Church : 8 in, x 7^ 
in. [Add. 9064. fol. 86.] 

I A pencil drawing, tinted, of the sepulchral effigy, cut in stone, 
of a lady of the Beresford family, in North Mims Church ; 
9 in. X 5i in. [Add. 9064. fol. bc] 

^ A drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Elizabeth Cocks, 
Harriet Neale, and Mary Judith Cocks, in North Mims 
Church : .10 in. x 7 in. [Add. 9064. fol. b9.] 

A colored drawing of a figure in stained glass in North Mims 
Church : 7 in. X 5 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 9U. b.] 

- Colored drawings of arms, tombs, and painted glass in the 
Coningsby Chapel in North Miins Church; by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield: 1 f. 6 in. X 1 f. lAdd. 9063. fol. jbo.] 

Colored elevations of three sides of Mr. Hunter's House at Gub- 
bins, or Gobions, in the parish of North Mims, formerly the 
property of Sir Thomas More; each 10 in. x 7 in. [ft xv. 
ftK a. b. c] 



416 HERTPOKDSHIBE. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of South Mtms Church;* 
drawn in Sept. 1799, by Thomas Baskerfield: 7^ in. x i^ 
in. [Add. 9064. fol. 33. A.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the west front of South Mims Church ; 
drawn bj Thomas Baskerfield : 4 in. x 3 in. \^Add. 9064. 
fol. 80.] 

A colored north-west view of South Mims Church ; drawn iau 
1787 : 9 in. X 8 in. [Add. 9064. fol. bo. b.] | 

Moor Park, in the parish of Rickmansworth. See Rickmans- 
WOSTH. 

A colored plan of the parish of Great Munden, or Munden 
Fumivall ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : SJ in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 5^.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the Benedictine priory of 
Rownea, or Rowney, in the parish of Great Mundane, or 
Mundane Fumivall, four miles from Ware, and two miles 
from Wade's Mill : 8 in. x 5} in. [* xv. 80. 3.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Little Munden, or Mundane 
Frewel ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. 
[Add. 9063. ft)]. 49. *.] 

Newbury, or Porter's Lodge, in the parish of Shenley. See 
Shenley. 

A colored plan of the parish of Newnham ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 6} in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fob -265. b.] 

Northamsted, or Nuthamsted, in the parish of Barkway. See 
Barkway. 

A colored plan of the parish of North Hall, or Northaw; 
drawn by Thomas Baskei^eld: 1 f. 1 in. X 8} in. [Add. 
9063. fol. a39. J.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Northaw Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9063. fol. a«.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Northaw Church ; drawn 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 5 in. x 3 in. [Add. 9063. fob sii,] 

A north-west view, in bistre, of Northaw Church ; drawn about 
1800 : 9i in. X 7i in. [Add. 9064. fob 6a.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in 
Northaw Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield ! 3 in. x 2 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. iis.] 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 417 

>H^wiDgy in Indian ink, of the monument of Frances, daughter 
j>^^ of Sir Francis Russell, (who died in 1612,) in Northaw 
^ Church : 3J in. x 2J in. \^Add. 9063. fol. 2i3.] 

Six drawings of arms in Northaw Church ; by Thomas Basker- 
field : each 2 in. x 2 in. \Add. 9064. fol. ro.] 

North Church, or Berkhamstead St Mary's. See Berkuam- 

STEAD. 

North Mims. See Mims. 

A colored plan of the parish of Norton; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. \^Add. 9063. fol. 263.] 

A colored map of Odsey Hundred ; extracted from an engraved 
map, with additions by Thomas Baskerfield : 10 in. x 10 in. 
{Add. 9062. fol. 28.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Offley ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 11 in. \Add. 9063. fol. loa.] 

Paul*s Walden. See Walden. 

A colored plan of the parish of Brent Pelham ; drawn by 

Thomas Baskerfield : 8 in. x 6^ in. {Add. 9062. fol. us.] 

• 

A colored plan of the parish of Femaux Pelham ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield: 8^ in. x 6^ in. {Add. 9062. fol. 146.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Stocking Pelham ; drawn by 
Thomas .Baskerfield: %\ in. x 4 in. {Add. 9062. fol. 144. £.] 

SL Peter's parish, partly in the town of St. Alban's. See St. 
Alban's. 

olored plan of the parish of Pirton ; drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 8^ in. x %\ in. {Add. fol. 9063. i04. i.] 

Pishobury, in the parish of Sawbridgeworth. See Sawbridge- 

WORTH. 

Porter^s Lodge, in the parish of Shenley. See Shenley. 
Preston, a hamlet in the parish of Hitchin. See Hitchin. 
Pulter's Manor House, in the parish of Hinxworth. See 

HiNXWORTH. 

Punsboume House, in the parish of Bishop's Hatfield. See 
Hatfield. 

A colored plan of the parish of Puttenham ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. {Add. 9063. foL 36i.] 

A colored view of Badlett, in the road to Elstree ; drawn in 
1796 : 9 in. X 7^ in. [ft xv. 80. i.] 

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418 HERTFOBDSHIBE. 

A colored plan of the parish of Radwell ; drawn by Tb6ma8 
Baskerfield : 8 in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. p. 42.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Redboum ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 8} in. [Add. 9063. fol. S49.] 

# 

Flan of two farms at Southend, in the parish of Redboum, in 
the occupation of John Aslin and William Sears ; surveyed 
by James Crow, in 1775: 2 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Add. 
11,317./] 

A plan of two farms at Woodend, in the parish of. Redboum, 
in the occupation of ... . Bassil and Simeon Davis ; sur- 
veyed by James Crow, 1775 : 2 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 
11,317.^.] 

A survey of Hog End and other farms in the parish of Red- 
boum : 8 f. X 2 f. 4 in. [Add. 11,317. g.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Redboum Church ; drawn 
in 1786, by Thomas Baskerfield : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. 248.] 

A colored east view of Redboum Church and Vicarage House ; 
drawn in July, 1789, by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. x 4^ in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 248.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Redboum Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1786 : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. 248.] 

^^Jlrxolored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of Richard 
Pecock, (who died 23 Dec. 1515,] in Redboum Church; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield, in Oct 1789, on a scale of 
ith of the original : 10 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 248.] 

Colored drawings of the sepulchral brass effigies of Sir Richard 
Rede, (who died in Sept. 1560,) and his wife and children, 
in the south chancel of Redboum Church ; drawn by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield, in Oct. 1789, on a scale of one half of the 
original: 1 f . 4 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 248. b.] 

Colored drawing of the monument of Mrs. Rebecca Brandreth, 
(who died 22 July, 1779,) erected in 1815, in the chancel of 
Redboum Church, by Henry Garling; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 9 in. x 6i in. [Add. 9063. fol. 251.] 

Colored drawings of the monument of Thomas Baskerfield, 
(who died in 18Q0,) and of the arms on it, in Redboum 
! Church ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : each 5 in. x 3^ in. 
j [Add. 9063. fol. tbo. b.] 



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HERTFORDSHIRE. 419 

Colored drawing of the monument, by J. Bacon, of Thomas 
Baskerfield, Esq., of Colchester, [whose drawings are here 
j described,] who died in 1817, erected by Henry Garling, in 
i the chancel of Redboum Church: 11 in. x 7 in. [Add, 
9063. fol. 251.] 



( 




Eight colored drawings of coats of arms in Redboum Church ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : each 2} in. x 2 in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 149. £.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Reed ; drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield :. 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 92.] 

* 

A colored plan of the parish of Rickmansworth or Rickmers- 
worth; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x lOJ in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 2i6.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Rickmansworth Church, 
and Mr. Whitfield's House ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 
6i in. X 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 217.] 

A north view of Rickmansworth Church, and part of the town ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 217.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, unfinished, of Rickmansworth 
Church : 1 f. 4 in. x 10 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 173. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the tower of Rickmansworth Church, 
as seen " from Mr. Whitfield's ; " drawn in 1805, by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 5^ in. x 3^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 216.] 

colored drawing of the monumental figures of Thomas Day, 
(who died in 1613,) and his two wives, in Rickmansworth 
Church; by Thomas Baskerfield: 11 in. x 8 in. [Add. 
9064. fol. 172. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, taken in Moor Park, in the parish of 
Rickmansworth, now the property of the Marquis of West- 
minster; drawn by ... . Dall, in 1770: 1 f. 5 in. x 7 in. 
[tt XV. 66. 2.] 

" An accurate sur\'ey of a part of the river Gade, in Common 
Moore, in the parish of Rickmansworth, with the sluces, 
flakes, and wares, of a part of the river Colne, and the New 
Cut to the Cotton Mill, with Batchworth Bridge, down to 
Mr. Whitfeld's flake and sluces in the aforesaid parish, in 
the county of Herts;" drawn by J. Moore of Hoddesdon, 
July 21, 1786 : 3 f. x 1 f. 5 in. [* vi. 6. 1.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Ridge ; drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 1 f. 1 in. X 8J in. [Add. 9063. ibl. 244.] 

3h2 



420 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A geqeral survey of the. parish of Ridge, made in 1777, by 
James Crow, and copied firom the field book; on three 
sheets : together, about 5 f. 6 in. x 5 f . 3 in., with tables of 
names. [Add* 11,317. a. b. c. d,"] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ridge Church ; drawn in 
1804, by Thomas Baskerfield: 6 in. x 3} in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 244. b.] 

A colored south-west view of Ridge Church ; drawn in 1807, 
by J. Hassell : 7^ in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. so.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the hexagonal stone font in Ridge 
Church; by Thomas Baskerfield: 2} in. x 2 in. [Add. 
9063. fol. 244. i.] 

Four colored drawings of arms in Ridge Church, with copies 
of inscriptions ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. I in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 244. ft.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Tittenhanger House, " the seat of 
Mrs. Crawley," but belonging to the Earl of Hardwicke, in 
the parish of Ridge ; drawn in 1796, by Thomas Baskerfield: 
6 in. x 3J in. [Add. 9064. fol. so.] 

Rothamsted, in the parish of Harpenden or Harding. See 
Harpenden. 

Rownea or Rowney Priory, in the parish of Mundane Fumivall. 
See Mundane. 

A colored plan of the parish of Royston ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 90.] 

Ske^es, in pen and ink, of some sepulchral brasses in Royston 
Ihurch; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 11 in. x 5} in. 
[Add. 9062. p. 90.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Rushden ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9062. p. 74.] 

A colored south-east view of Rushden Church : 7 in. x 5| in. 
[Add. 9062. p. 79.] 

Rye House, in the parish of Stansted Abbots. See Stansted. 

A colored plan of the parish of Sacomb ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8 J in. x 6 J in. [Add. 9063. fol. 47.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Sandon ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 1 f . 1 in. X 8|| in. [Add. 9062. p. so.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Sandridge ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. x 8} in. [Add. 9063. fol. 254.] 



HKHTFOBDHHIIti:. 421 

A colored north-west view of Sandridge Church and part of the 

village ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 1 in. x 4^ in. 

iAdd. 9063. fol. ^54.] 
A colored plan of ihe parish of Sarrat ; drawn'by Thomas Bas- 

Iterfield: 8^ in. x. 6j in. [Add. 9063. fol. au. b.] 
A colored plan of ihe parish of Sawbridge worth, or Sabridge- 

wortli ; drawn bj- Thomas Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x SJ in. 

IAdd. 9062. fol. i74.] 
A colored view of Pishobury, in the parish of Sawbridgeworth ; 

erected by Sir Walter Mildmay, temp. Queen Elizabeth, and 

late the seat of Jeremiah Milles, Esq., who died in 1784 : 7j 

in. X 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. i78.] 
A coloured plan of the parish of Sheephall ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. fol. SM.] 
A colored plan of the parish of Shenley; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield: 1 f. 1 in. x 8J in. [Add. 9063. fol. aso. 6.] 
A view, in Indian ink, of Shenley Church ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield: 8 in. x 5^ in. [Add. 9064. fol. 83.] 

Drawings of arms and notes of inscriptions in Shenley Charch; 
by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. x 9 in. [Add. 9064. fol. 83.] 

iolored drawings of armB, with notes, in Shenley Church ; 
i by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. [Add. 9063. fol. 

..&.] 

L colored view of Colney Chapel House, the seat of the Mar- 
B of Anspach, in the parish of Shenley, and about one 
I iBile south-west from London Colney; drawn in 1796: 9j- 

in, X 7^ in. [* xv. 63. s.] 
k colored view of the west front of Newbury, [or Porter's 

Lodge,] "once the property of Admiral Durell, then the es- 
> tate of Earl Howe ; " the house is in the parish of Shenley, 
I but the manor lies in the five parishes of Aldenham, St. Peter, 
I St. Stephen, Ridge, and Sheuley : 9j^ in. x 7 in. [Add. 9063. 
[ fol. 171. S.] 

(opewell Nunnery, near St. Alban's. See St. Alban's. 
toathend, in the parish of Redboum. See Redboitrn. 

iQth Mims. See MiMs. 
k colored plan of the pariah of Slandon ; drawn by Thomas 
t Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x SJ in. [Add. 9062. fol. tio. b.] 
A colored plan of the parish of Stansted Abbot; drawn by 

Thomas Baskerfield : H in. X 6j in. [Add. 9062. fol. im.] 



422 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A colored view of the ** Rye House '* Castle, in the parish of 
Stassted : 1 f. 5 in. x 1 f. [d? xv. si. ft.] 

A view, in Indian ink, .of Stansted Bury, near Stansted Abbots: 

4 in. X 3^ in. * [d? Lysons, 192. d. 4. p. 52.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Stapleford ; drawn by .Thomas 
Baskerfield : S^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. «72.] 

A colored plan of the parish of St. Stephen's, near St. Albany's; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. x 10^ in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. 246.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Stephens's Church, near 
SJt. Alban's ; drawn in 1 785, by Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 

5 in. [Add, 9063. fol. 246.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Stephen's Church, 
about a mile south-westward from St. Alban's ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1787 : 6 in. x 4 in. [d? xv. 84. a.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in St Ste- 
phen's Church ; drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. 246.] 

Colored drawings, the size of the originals, of two sepulchral 
brass figures, in the north aisle of St Stephen's Church, near 
St Alban's, without name or date, but supposed to belong to 
Sir Richard Lea's family, who, in the reign of Henry YIII., 
lived at Sopewell; drawn by T. Baskerfield, in 1790: 3 f. 
X 1 f . 6 in. [* XV. 84. b.] 

Colored drawing of the sepulchral brass effigies of a knight and 
his lady in the north aisle of St. Stephen's Church, at St 
Alban's, supposed to be Sir Richard Lea, of Sopewell, temp. 
Henry VIII.; dteiwa in 1790, by Thomas Baskerfield: 1 f. 
4 in. X 10 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 246. £.] 

Colored drawings of ten coats of arms in St. Stephen's Church, 
at St Alban's ; by Thomas Baskerfield : each 2 in. x 2 in. 
lAdd. 9064. fi*. 145, 146.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Stevenage ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6 j^ in. lAdd. 9063. fol. ee."] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Stevenage Church ; drawn 
by Peter Toms, in 1742 : 8 in. x 6j in. [Add. 9063. fol. 66.] 

Two views, in Indian ink, taken near Stevenage ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in 1788 : one 10^^ in. x 7 J in., the other 9|^ in. 
X 6 in. [P, R. Kaye, ii. «88, 289.] 




HERTFORDSHIRE. 423 

StockiDg-Pelham. See Felham. 

A colored plan of the parish of Bishop's Stortford ; drawn bj 
Thomas Baskerfield : 8|^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 166.] 

Han and sections, in pen and ink, of Stortford Castle ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 
6753. ff. 1-3.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Studham ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^^ in. x 7 J in. [Add. 9063. fol. 3i7.] 

Temple Dinsley, in the hamlet of Preston, in the parish of 
Hitchin. See Hitchin. 

A colored plan of the parish of Tewing ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : S^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. ne.] 

Theobald's Park, in the parish of Cheshunt See Cheshunt. 

A colored plan of the parish of Therefield ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x S^ in. [Add. 9062. p. 86.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Thorley ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. foL i72. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Throcking ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6 in. x 3^ in. [Add. 9062. p. ii6.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Thundridge ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8|^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. 218. b.] 

ored drawing of the monument erected in Thundridge 
Church to John Gilbert Cooper, of Locko, in Derbyshire, 
Esq., (who died in 1773,) by his daughter Dorothy, widow of 
John Gardiner, Esq. : 9 in. x 6 in. [Add. 9062. fol. sis. d.] 

Tittenhanger, in the parish of Ridge. See Ridge. 

lored plan of the parish of Totteridge ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 6.] 




j A colored plan of the parish of Tring ; drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 1 £ 6 in. x 10 m. [Add. 9063. fol. 345.] 

A colored south-east view of Tring : 10 in. x 8 in. [* xv. 
58. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Tring Church ; drawn in 
1802, by Thomas Baskerfield : 7jt in. x 5 in. [Add. 9064. 

fol. 1912. i.] 

A colored south view of Tring Church and of Tring Park, the 
seat of Sir Drummond Smith, Bart. : 10 in. x 8 in. [d? xv. 

58. 6.] 

Yenilam. See St. Alban's. 



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124 HERTFORDSUtBE. 

Wakeley, in the parish of Berkesdon. See Bebkbsdon. 

A colored pJan of the parish of King's Walden ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield : 8^ in. >c 6^ Id. [Add. 9063. fol. 

114. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of St. Paul's Walden ; drawn by- 
Thomas Baskerfield : 8| in. x 6^^ in. [Jdd. 9063. fol. 955.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Walkeme ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8j in. X 6|^ in. lAdd. 9063. fol. 57. «.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Walllngton ; drawn by Thomaft 
Baskerfield: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. p. 47.] 

A colored south-east view of Wallington Church : 7 in. x 5j 
in. [Add. 9062. p. 47.] 

Waltham Cross, in the parish of Cheshunt. See Cheshdnt. 
A colored plan of the parish of Ware ; drawn by Thomas Bas- 
kerfield : 1 f. 1 in. X 8^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. aos.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Ware Church j drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield, in 1803 : 8 in. x ii in. lAdd. 9062. 
fol. sib. d.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the great east window 
of the chancel of Ware Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6748. fol. i5.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the carved octagonal stone font in St. 
Mary's Church at Ware ; drawn by Thomas Baskei-field, in 
1803 : 7 in. X 4^^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. ^i5. 6.] 

^,.^6olored drawings of various arms and monuments in Wai« 
/^^ Church ; by Thomas Baskerfield : 1 f. 6 in. x I f. [AM. 

9062. fol. «is.] 
A colored view of Ware Park, the seat of Thomas Hope Byde, 

Esq. : 1^ in. X Sj in. [Add. 9062. fol. aie.] 
A colored plan of the parish of Watford ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfifild ; 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. [AM. 9063. fol. yii.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Watford Church ; drawn by 
Thomas Baskerfield: 6J in. X 4 io. [AM. 9063. fol. til.\ 

Four colored drawings of quarterings of Russell, Capel, etc., in 
the windows of Watford Church ; each 8 in. x 7 in. [AM. 

9063. ff. ±ii,. sas.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Cashiobury Park, the seat of the Earl 
of Essex, in the parish of Watford ; drami by Thomas Ba&- 
kei-field: ^ m. x \\ in. [AM. 9063. fol. «**.] 



HF.RTPOHDSRIKE. 425 

A Tiew, in Indian ink, of a temple and cascade in Cashiobury 
Park ; drawn by Tbomas Baskerlield : 6j in. x 4^ in. [Add. 
9063. fol. a:. 6.] 

A colored view of Grove Park, the seat of Thomas Villiere, 
Earl of Clarendon, near Watford ; drawn in 1801 : 7j in. X 
5^ in. [rir XV. 63. d.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance to the mausoleum at 
Grove Park; drawn by Thomas fiaskerfield: 6 J in. x 4 in. 
[Add, 9063. fol. y^4.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of tlie inside of the mausoleum at Grove 
Park ; drawn by Thomas Baskerlield : 6i in. x 4 in. [_Add. 
9069. fol. ■ii-i.'i 

A view, in Indian ink, of the temple of Pan at Grove Park ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield: 6} in. x 4 in. lAdd. 9063. 

fol. Si4.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Watton ; drawn by Thomas 

Baskerfield : 8| in. x 6} in. [Add. 9063. fol. n.] 
^awings, in Indian ink, of two ancient tombstones in Watton 
Church : each 11 in. X 9 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 46.] 

A colored plan of tlie parish of Welwyn ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield: 8^ in. x ej in. lAdd. 9063. fol. l-p. 6.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Wtstmill ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8j in. x 0^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. isi.'b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the west door of Westmill Church ; 
dranii by Thomas Baskerfield ; SJ in. x 3} in. [Add, 9062. 
fol. ^:i4. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Weston ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8i in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 75. i.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Whealhamstead ; drawn by Tho- 
mas Baskerfield : 10 in. x 8 in. [Add. 9063. fol. S67.] 
I A south view, in Indian ink, of Wheathamstead Church ; drawn 
in Sept 1791, by Thomas Baskerfield : 5^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 
9063. fol. 867. i.] 
[ A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Wheathamstead Church ; 
drawn in Sept. 1791, by Thomas Baskerfield; 5J in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 9063. fol. ee?. b.] 

I A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Wheathamstead Church ; 
drawn by T. C, in 1791 : 4i in. X 3i in. [ft xv. b9. a. a.] 

[A view, in Indian ink, of the octagonal stone font in Wheat- 
hamstead Church ; drawn by T. C, in 1791 : 4} in. x 3^ in. 

[di XV. 89. a. i.] 



1 




426 HERTFORDSHIRE. 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of the octangular stone font in Wheat- 
hanistead Church; taken in Sept. 1791, by Thomas Basker- 
field : 5 in. X 4 in. lAdd, 9063. fol. i67, b.] 

ored drawing of the gravestone, with an inscription on 
brass, of William Bristowe, (who died in 1599,) in Wheat- 
hamstead Church: 7} in. x 6 in. [Add. 9063. fol. 369.] 

View, in Indian ink, of East Hithe, the seat of Mrs. Bettsworth, 
in the parish of Wheathamstead ; drawn in 1791, by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 5 in. x 4 in. {Add. 9063. fol. 967. b,] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Lamer House, the seat of Captain 
Drake Garrard, in the parish of Wheathamstead ; drawn in 
Aug. 1791, by Thomas Baskerfield : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 9063. 

fol. 267. b.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Widford ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 6^ in. x 4 in. [Add. 9062. fol. 204.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Wigginton ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8} in. x 6i in. [Add. 9063. fol. 549. &.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Willian ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. fol. 85. b.] 

"^oodend, in the parish of Redboume. See Redbourne. 

A colored plan of the parish of Wormley ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 8^ in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9062. fol. S92. d.] 

A colored south-east view of Wormleybury House, Herts, the 
seat of Sir Abraham Hume, Bart ; drawn by John Buckler, 
in 1814 : 11 in. x 7^ in. [jb xv. 68. 3.] 

A colored plan of the parishes of Great and Little Wymondley ; 
drawn by Thomas Baskerfield : 8i| in. x 6^ in. [Add. 9063. 
fol. 68. £.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Wymondley Church, near 
Stevenage, 1804 : 8^ in. x 7 in. [d? xv. 9i. i.] 

A colored plan of the parish of Yardley ; drawn by Thomas 
Baskerfield : 1 f. 1 in. x 8} in. [Add. 9062. p. 5?.] 



HUNTOGDONSHIRE. 



Two views, in Indian ink, of the Wbeaisheaf Inn, at Alconbury 
Hill ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : each 9j in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 292, 293.] 

View, in Indian ink, taken at Alconbury Hill ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept 1788: lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. l^ye, 11. 

291.] 

South-west view, in pen and ink, of St. Ann's Chapel, near AU 
conbury Hill; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 9^ in. x 6 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. 294.] 

Elevation and plan, in Indian ink, of the door of the porch of 
Allwalton ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6789. fol. 20.] 

North-west view, in Indian ink, of Buckden Church, and the 
palace of the Bishop of Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
11} in. x 9 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 295.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows in Buckden 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 183-186.] 

Elevation and profile of the mouldings of the gate of Buckden 
Palace ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in, 
[Add. 6751. fol. 203. b.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of the porch and doors of Fen- 
Stanton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. flF. 49-52.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the windows 
in Fen-Stanton Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich; 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6747. £f. 86. 88, 89.] 

di2 



428 HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the east window, and 
a north window, in Fen-Stanton Church ; drawn by the Rer. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6756. fol. 85.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the circular part of 
the great east window of Fen-Stanton Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 56.] 

A colored view of Godmanchester : 8 in. x 5 in. [d? xvi. 

14. 1.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of a pillar, and of the great south 
door, of Godmanchester Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6753. ff. 106. ii2.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Godmanchester 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6753. ff. lor-iii. lis, ii4.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of a plan of Huntingdon Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6735. fol. 124.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the windows in All 
Saints* Church at Huntingdon ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. ff. sr. 45.] 

A colored south-east view of St. Ives' Church, with part of the 
town ; 1 f. 8 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [* xvi. 6. i.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of an arch and windows in St. 
Ives' Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [AdcL 6751. ff. 236-241.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, with measurements and notes, of an 
antient door on the south side of Little Paxton Church ; drawn 
by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. lo, ii.] 

Elevation, in pen and ink, of the east end of the chancel of 
Ramsey Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6751. fol- 245.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, with some architectural details, 
of Ramsey Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 245, 244. 246-248.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the monumental figure of Abbat Ail wine 
in the church at Ramsey ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6729. fol. iir.] 

Flans and elevations of the remains of the abbey at Ramsey, 
now converted into a manor-house, the residence of W. H. 
Fellowes, Esq. ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in Sept. 
1793 : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. 72, 73.] 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 429 

Two sketches^ in pencil, of parts of Ramsey Abbey ; drawn by 
the Bey. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6758. 

ff. 76, 77.] • 

Plan and architectural details, in pen and ink, of Stilton 
Church ; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6756. ff. it!62-264.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font in Stukeley 
Church ; drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in 
[Add. 6786. fol. 69.] 

Elevation, in pencil, of the south door of Toseland Church 
drawn by Uie Bev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 5 in. [,Add 
6744. fol. 4.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the steeple of Warboys Church 
drawn by the Bev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd, 
6751. fol. «4«.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the knocker, in brass, at Warboys 
Church door, of figures in Warboys Choir, and of two faces 
in a hood at the Manor House ; drawn dOth June, 1757 : 7) 
in. X 6J in. [d? xvi. i5.] 



KENT. 



Coast of Kent. See Southern and Eastern Coast, pp. 93- 
117, ante. 

A colored military sunrey of the coast of Kent, Sussex, and 
Hampshire, from Dover to Christchurch, with the roads be- 
tween Canterbury, Pevensey, and Hastings ; Croydon, Chi- 
chester, and Brighton; Salisbury, Winchester, Bagshot, 
Guilford, Southampton and Portsmouth ; drawn by [Major 
General William Roy ?], on a scale of one inch to a mile : 
12 f. X 4 f. 8} in. [d? vi. 98, 99.] 

A large very rudely drawn and colored sketch or bird's-eye view 
of the north coast of Kent and the east Swale, (from Margate 
to Feversham,) with a project for a barrier of ships at the 
mouth of the Swalci ; drawn temp. Henry VIII., probably in 
1544, when fears were entertained of an invasion by the 
French : 25 f. 2 in. x 1 f. 3 in. [Cott. Charter, xiii. i2.] 

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 
Guildford to Godstone, and the ground proper for encamp- 
ments ; drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile : 7 f. x 1 f. 
8 in. [ifr VI. 101.] 

There accompany this plan, Col. Watson's " Field Observ- 
ations on the line of the country from Guildford by Darking, 
Reygat^e, etc., to Canterbury," dated Friday, Nov. 21, 1755, 
and signed by the author. 

A colored military ^^ sketch of the country betwixt Guildford 
and Canterbury, as reconnoitred by Lieut. Col. Watson, 



KENT. 431 

Deputy Quarter Master General ; drami by William Roy, 
P. Eng^," shewing the most proper encamping ground; 
drawn on a scale of one inch to a mile : 7 f. x I f. 9 in. 
[rii VI. loa.] 

A map of part of the county of Kent, containing the deaneries 
of Dartford, Rochester, Shoram, and Mailing, forming the 
diocese of Rochester; "delineavit Johannes Williams, Ca- 
nonicus Cantuariensis, a. d. 1695 ;" drawn on a scale of l^ 
mile to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in, [Add. 4473. fol. 33.] 

A colored sketch of the road from Rochester to Deptford and 
Camberwell, as reconnoitred by Lieut, [afterwards Gene- 
ral Sir David] Dundas, Sept. 11, 1766 ; drawn on a scale of 
2 inches to a mile: 4 f. 4 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [* vi. io,i.] 

Slietcb and details, in pen and ink, of the north porch door of 
Allington Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. fol. S3.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of Allington Castle, on the river Med- 
waj ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by 
John Warburton, Somerset Herald, at his survey in 1725 : 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 54S0. fol. e-i.] 
I A rude south-east view, in outline, of Apledore, in Romney 
Marsh ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton, in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. 
fol. 89.] 

A south-west view, in outline, of Apledore Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 
1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. Bi.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of an arched recess in the chancel of 
Apledore Church ; drawn by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made by John Warburton, in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. 36. 5.] 

A north-east sketch, in outline, of Ash Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 
1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. St.] 

A plan, in Indian ink, of Richborough Castle, in the parish of 
Ash; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 
1725, by John Warburton: 9 in. X 6 in. [Add. 6460. fol. 

SB.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the ruins of Richborough Castle, as seen 
from Sandwich ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made by John Warburton, in 1725 : 6 in^ x 4 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. fifi.] 



432 KENT. 

Highly finished drawings, in pencil, of the walls of the Ro- 
man Castle at Richborough ; drawn on a scale of 36 feet to 
an inch : 1 f. 2 in. X 10 in. [Add. 6489. fol. iss.] 

" A trae coppie of the grave-stone of [Elizabeth] Countess of 
Athol, buried in the quire of Ashford Church, in Kent;** 
drawn in pen and ink: 11 in. x 7 in. [HarL 1106. fol. 

4t. C] 

A south view, in outline, of Aylresford Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing by John Warburton, in 1725 : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 86.] 

Two views, one in pencil, the other tinted, of the monument 
called Kits Coity House, or the tomb of Hengist, in the 
parish of Aylesford: each 10 in. x 7^ in. [d? xviii. si. c. d.^ 

An outline elevation of the south door of Barfreston Church, 
with diagrams to shew the rationale of the construction ; 
drawn 5th Nov. 1813, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 
6 in. [Add. 6738. fol. i4.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the circular east 
window of Barfreston Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6743. fol. 3i.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Barham Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton, in 1725 : 5 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5840. fol. 62.] 

A south-west view, in pen and ink, of East Banning Church ; 
taken in the year 1770, by Edward Hasted : 8 in. x 7 in. 
[Add. 5486. fol. 77. Us.] 

Bayham Priory, in the parish of Lamberhurst See Lamber- 

HURST. 

A view, in Indian ink, of a monument in Beckenham Church, 
to the memory of Admiral Sir Piercy Brett, who died in 
1781 : 7 in. X 6 in. [^ xviii. 4. £.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of a monument in Beckenham 
Church, to the memory of Sir Merrik Burrell, Bart, who 
died in 1787 : 8 in. x 6 in. [d? xviii. 4. c] 

A south-east view, in outline, of Benenden Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 90.] 

A north-east view, in outline, of Berstead Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. et.] 



KENT. 433 

L colored map of an estate situate in the parishes of Bets- 
hanger, Ham, and Eastry, Kent, the property of Mr. William 
Petlroan, surveyed by J, Grist, in 1807 ; dran-n on a scale of 

3 chains to an inch: 2 f. 9^ in. x 2 f. 1 in. [Add. 11,693.6.] 
A view, in outline, of Betshanger, the seat of the Morrice 

family ; copied fay Edward Hasted from a. drawing made, in 
1725, by John Warburton: 4 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 5480. fol. 

6B.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Biddenden Church steeple; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a dravring made by John Warburton, 
in 1725: 4 in. X 3 in. lAdd. 5480. fol. 9s.] 

Birckall, or Brockhull, in the parish of Saltwood. See SAtT- 

WOOD, 

A view, in Indian ink, of Charlton Place, the seat of John 
Foote, Esq., in the parish of Bishopsbome ; drawn by ... . 
Oldfield : 6i in. X 5 in. [* .ivil. 30. a.} 

, Blackheath, in the parishes of Lewisham and Lee. See 
Lewisbah. 

f A Borth-east view, in outline, of Boiighton Malherbe Church ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton, in 1723: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 49.] 

Sketch, in outline, of Boxley Abbey ; copied by Edward Has- 
ted from a drawing made fay John Warburton, in 1725 : 4 in. 
X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 15.] 
Sradbume, in the parish of East Mailing. See Mallino, 

A colored south view of Brasted Church, north-east of Wester- 
ham : 7 in. X 44 in. [ft -Wiii. 7.] 

A rude south view, in outline, of Brenchley ; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 1725 : 

4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 92.] 

A gonth-east view, in Indian ink, of Bridge Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. oo.] 

A sketch, in outline, of Bridge Place ; copied by Edward Has- 
ted from a drawing by John Warburton, in 1725 : 4 in. X 9 
in. [Add. 5480. fol. go.] 

Broadstairs, in the parish of St. Peter's, in the Isle of ThaneL 
See St. Peter's. 

A view, in Indian ink, of an old house, called Simson Place, at 
Bromley: 6i in. X 4 in. [* xvi, 3i. u b.] 

3k 



A noitli-east viuw, in outline, of Bucklant! Church, near Dover; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made bjr John 
Warburlon, in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. »*.] 

Buctland, in the parish of Maidstone. See Maidstone. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Burmarsh Church and Ab- 
bot's Court ; copied by Edward Hasted from a draning made 
by John Warburton, in 1725 : 9 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 5480. 

fol. 76.] 

" Plan de Cantorbery ;" being a colored plan, drawu by a French 
artist, about 1650, shewing the walls and churches; drawn 
on a scale of 100 feet to 1} inch ; 2 f. x 1 f. 6 in. [Add. 
11,564. art. ag.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Canlerbuiy Cathedral ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 6751. fol. 

1.7.] 

A north view, in bistre, of Canterbury Cathedral : 5 in. x 3 in. 

[a? XVI. 36. h. 3.] 

A colored view of the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral : 1 f. 3 is. 
X 1 f. 3 in. [A XVI. ,16. a.] 

Sketches and plans, in pen and ink, of an arch of the little 
cloisters, and of a door in a building at the north side of Can- 
terbury Catliedral ; diawn by the Rev. TTiomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6739. ff. 12. 6.'.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of omamenls of arches in 
Canterbury Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. €746. ff. 91. 96. 101.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the ornaments of arches in 
Canterbury Cathedral j drawu by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6757. ff. 40, «.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the (racery of a wiodow in Asselm's 
Chapel in Canterbury Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6743. fol. H6.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of various architectural details of 
Canterbury Cathedral ; drawn by James Esses : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6769. pp. 9-1'-'.] 

Sketch, in pencil and pen and ink, of the monumental figure of 
Edward the Black Prince, in Canterbury Cathedral ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; 6 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6728. 
fol. l«9.J 

A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the ruins of St. Augus- 
tine's Monastery at Canlerhury: 1 f. Ij to. x 9J in. [^ 
svi. r.7. k.] 



Sketches, in pen and ink, of srcfaes and details of the old tower 
of St. Augustine's Monastery, Canterbury ; drawn by ilie 
Rev. Thomas Kcrrich : C in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6757. fol. 3i.] 

Sketch, -in pen and ink, of arcltiteclural details of the old tower 
of St. Augustine's Monaslury, at Canterbnry ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 4 in. x 2 in. [Add. 674C. fol. loj.j 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of arches on the west front of St- Au- 
gustine's Church, at Canterbury ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas 
Kerrich: Bin. x 4 in. [.^(W. 6742. fol. i.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Dunstan's Church, 
Canterbury, " the burial place of Sir Thomas More :" 7 in. 
X e in. [* XVI. 38./] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of the north porch door of St. 
Dunstan's Church, at Canterbury ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6730. fol. 5?.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of St. Martin's Church, near Can- 
terbury : Tj in. X 6J in. [# xn. .18. /i.] 

Small sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone foot in St. 
Martin's Church, at Canterbury ; drawn by James Essex : 2 
in. X 2 in. [^tW. 6769. p. ii.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in St. 
Mary Bredmaii's Church, at Canterbury; drawn by James 
Essex: 6 iu. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. aai.] 

I A colored south-east view of " St. Mildred's Church, and the 
old castle, Canterbury," May 29th, 17S8 : Sj- in. x 4 in. [fir 
xvi. 38. m.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Mildred's Chiu'cb, and 
the old castle, at Canterbury, May 29th, 1758 : 8i in. x 4 in. 
[ft XVI. 38. /.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the monument of Judge Bale, in St. 
Stephen's Church, Canterbury: 6 in. X 4 in. [* xvi. 
38. n.] 

' Flan, with elevations, in Indian ink, of the east and south 
fronts of Canterbury Caatle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 7 in. X 6 In. [_Add. 6746. fol. 26.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of " the old castle and the Roman arch 
at Canterbury, 1756:" 8 in. x 5 J in. [* xvi. 38. rf.j 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Canterbury 
Castle : 1 f. 1 in. x 9 in. [* xvi. se. i.] 

3 k2 



436 KENT. 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Dane John or Dungeon Hill, at 
Canterbury ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 
in. [Add. 6735. fol. 70.] 

A colored view of some arches in the wall of the city of Can- 
terbury, on the river Stour : 1 f. x 8 in. £* xvi. ss. J6.] 

A colored view of the remains of a bridge that formerly stood 
near the postern gate of the city of Canterbury ; drawn by F. 
Grose: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [d? xvi. S8. cc] 

A colored drawing of ^^ a tessellated pavement discovered at 
three feet under the surface in digging a cellar at the house 
next the King's Head Inn, in the high street of the city of 
Canterbury, June 20, 1758 ; in the earth which covered the 
pavement was found a brass medal of Carausius and one of 
Valentinian I.,^ on a scale of 4 inches to a foot ; the title is 
signed " E. J. :" 1 f. 7 in. x 11 in. [d? xvi. 38. t] 

Another colored drawing of the same pavement : 1 f. 7 in. x 7^ 

fal. [^ XVI. 38. II.] 

A view, in bistre, of the Royal Cavalry Barracks, at Canter- 
bury ; copied apparently from an engraving by Ravenhill, in 
1795, after J. Lawrence : 7 in. x 4 in. [d? xvi.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of West Gate Mill, at Canterbury ; drawn 
June 21, 1758: 8 in. x 6 in. [d? xvi. 38. <e.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Nackington House, the seat of Ri- 
chard Milles, Esq., near Canterbury ; drawn by J. Lawrence 
[copied apparently from RavenhilFs engraving] : 7 in. x 4i^ 
in. [d? XVII. 45.] 

Chafford Place, in the parish of Fenshurst See Fenshubst. 

Combe Bank, in the parish of Sundridge. See Sundridge. 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Chalk Church : 7 in. x 
5 in. [d? xviii. 9. a.] 

A colored south-west view of Chalk Church : 9 in. x 6^ in. 

[* XVIII. 9. 6.] 

A colored view of the porch at the west entrance of Chalk 
Church : 8 in. X 5i| in. [d? xviii. 9. c] 

A tinted view of ^' part of an antient royal palace at Charing, 
in Kent, now used as a bam :^ 1 f. 4 in. x 9| in. [sb xviii, 

10.] 

A Colored south view of Charlton Church and Green, near Wool* 
wich ; drawn in 1787 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [* xviii. ii. i. 4.] 



[Charlton Place, in the parish of Bishopsbome. See Bishops- 
borne. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the sepulchral figure of a knight of 
the Septvannes bmilj, in the chancel of Chartham Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4J in. x 3J in. [Add. 
6728. fol. B7.] 

Chathani. See Eastern Coast, pp. 104-107, ante. 

Two tinted sketches representing ibe destruction of the English 
ships at Chatham, by the Dutch, in the year 1667; drawn 
by Wilhelm Van den Velde: each 3 f. 6 in. x 11 in. [Add. 
5214. arts, sb, so.] 

A colored bird's-eye view, or pictured map, of the country as 
seen from two points on Maram's Court, or Morant's Court 
Hill, in the parish of Chevening ; drawn by Capt. Robert 
Johnstone: 2 f. x 1 f. 3 in. [sb xvii. a. b.] 

This map was drawn for the use of King George III, when 
about to visit Lord Amhenit at Montreal, in Kent, and it is ac- 
companied by a descriptive letter from Lord Amherst to his 
Majesty, dat. 2 Nov. [1778.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of a stone at Chiddingstone, near Pens- 
hurst ; drawn by Francis Grose : 1 f, 3 in. X 9 in. [A xnii, 

1,. I.] 

I A colored north-west view of Chilham Church ; drawn in Feb. 

1759: 10 in. X 7 in. [* xvir. :3i. 3.] 
' Aaouth-west view, in Indian ink, of Chiselhurat Church; drawn 

bjT. B., in 1760: 7 in. x 4 in. [ifrxviii. la,] 
South elevation, in pencil, of Mottingbam Race, in the parish of 

Chiselhurst; drawn by Edward Hasted, in 1766: 9 in. x 6 

in. \_Add. 5486. fol. M.] 

Drawings, in pen and ink, of two grave-stoues in Cliffe 
Church ; by Edward Hasted : each I f. x 6 in. [Add. 54B6. 

ff. 71. 74.] 

La colored view of Cliff Parsonage, near Rochester; drawn in 

1785: 9 in. X 6 in. [sfi xviii. is. a.] 
I Ketch, in pen and ink, of a head in painted glass at Cliff; drawn 
1 1787: 5i in. X 4 in. [* xviii, Ta, J,] 

I A tinted view of the mausoleum built by James Wyatt, in Cob- 
ham Park, the seat of the Earl of Damley : 8| in. x 6 in. 
[* xvn. 39. c] 

\ A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Cowling Church : 5 in. x 
3) in. [tt xviii. u. a.] 



4S8 KENT. > 

View, in Indian ink, of tbe inside of the gate of Cowling Castle ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Eerrich : G in. x 5 in. [Add. 
6785. fol. 112.] 

A tinted front view of the seat of Lady Bonverie, at Coxheath ; 
• 1 f. 1 in. X 8 in. [d? xvu. S4. i. a.] 

A tinted view of the bs^k of Lady Bouverie's seat at Coxheath : 

1 f. 1 in. X 8 in. [tf? xvii. 34. i. &.] 

A north-east view, in Lidian ink, of Cranbrook Church ; drawn 
Jnne 16, 1760 : lOj^ in. x 6 in. [* xvi. 45. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the great gate of Sisingherst Castle^ 
in the parish of Cranbrook : 6} in. x 4j^ in. [dr xviii. 52. 
2. b.] 

A view, in outline, of the gatehouse of Sisingherst ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 92.] 

A colored south view of St Maiy Cray Church : 8|- in. x 6^ 
in. [d? XVIII. 37. aJ] 

A colored distant south-east view of Cuckstone Church : 8|- in. 
X 6 in. [d? XVIII. 15. a. i.] 

A colored east view of Cuckstone Church: 8} in. X 6 in. [dr 

XVIII. 15. a. 2.] 

A north-east view, in pencil, of Cuckstone Church : 9^ in. x 
7 in. [d? XVIII. 15. a. s.] 

A colored south-east view of Cuckstone Church, near Rochester: 
Si in. X 6} in. [d? xviii. 15. b.] 

A colored drawing of the monument in Cuckstone Church of 
Anne, daughter of Charles Barret, of Bellhouse, co. Essex, 
Esq., and wife of Sir Robert Harley, K.B. ; she died in 1603 : 

2 f. 4 in. X 11 in. [d? xviii. 15. c] 

A colored view of a house at Cuckstone : 8} in. x 5 in. [dr 

XVIII. 15. a. 4.] 

A tinted sketch of ^^ part of a seat of Lord Romney, at Cuck- 
stone, the principal part of which is now puUed down:** 8|- 
in. X 6|> in. [d? xviii. 15. a. 5.] 

Dandelion, in the parish of St John, Margate. See Ma&- 

GATB. 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of St Margarets Church, 
formerly a parish but now a hamlet in Darenth ; drawn in 
1785 : Hi in. X 6 in. [d? xvui. 36. aJ] 



A soQlh-wesl view, in pen and ink, of St. Margaret's Chapel, in 
Darenlh ; drawn by Edward Haeted, io 1768 : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add 5486. fol. 61.] 

A noflb-wesl view, in pen and ink, of St, Margaret's Chapel, 
in Darendi ; drawn by Edward Hasted: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
5486. fol. 67.] 

Two views, in pen and ink, of the interior of St. Margaret's 
Cbapel, in Darentb ; drawn by Edward Hasted : I f x 6 in. 
[Add. 5486. fol. 69.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the west window of 
Dartford Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. -271.] 

A view, in outline, of Davinglon Church and Nunnery; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburlon, 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. lAdd. 5480. fol. 6J.] 

Deal. See Eastebn Coast, p. 98, ante. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Deal Castle ; copied by Edward 
Hasted, apparently from an old drawing: 9 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 5480. fol. :i6. b.] 

I Denge Ness. See Socthebn Coast, p. 93, ante. 

LDentie Hill, in the parish of Kingston. See Kingston. 

leplford. See Eastern Coast, pp. 114-117, ante. 

i. view, in outline, of Dimchurcb, from the east ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 
1725 : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 7*.] 

KA oflTth view, in outline, of Ditton Church ; copied by Eduard 
Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 1725 : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. ss.] 

I south -east view, in outline, of Doddington Church; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton, in 1725 : 4 in. >t 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 53.] 

I A sketch, in outline, of Mr. Eavy's house at Doddington ; co- 
pied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by 
John Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 53.] 

in outline, of Sharsted, in the parish of Doddington; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1726, by 
John Warburton : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. si.] 
Dover. See Southern Coast, pp. 93-97, ante. 



Sketch, in pen and ink, of ihe coast of Dover ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6735. fol. lis.] 

A south-west yiew, in pen and ink, of Dover Castle ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kemch : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6736. 
fol. 113.] 

A plan of Dover Castle ; drawn in the year 1786, by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6735. fol. lis.] 

Plan and elevation, in Indian ink, of the keep of Dover Castle; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 
6746. fol. SB.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the old church in Dover Castle ; drawn 

by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : C in. x 4 in. [Add. 6749. 

fol. a?.] 
A north-east view, in outline, of Eastling Church ; copied by 

Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburlon, 

in 1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 5i.] 
East Banning. See Babming. 
East Farleigli. See Faeleigh. 
East Mailing. See Malling. 
East Sutton. See Sutton. 
A rude view, in outline, of Eastry, near Sandwich ; copied by 

Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 

1725: 9 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. se.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Eastwell Church; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton, in 1725: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 53.] 

South view, in outline, of Eastwell House [the seat of the Earl 
of Winchelsea] ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made by John' Warburlon, in 1725: 8 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. +5.] 

A rude south-east view, in outline, of Eleham ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 
1725: 9 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. ra.] 

A north view, in ludian ink, of the ancient palace of Elthain, 
"built by Anthony Bee, Bishop of Durham, and given to 
Edward the First's Queen as a place of retirement ;" drawn 
by A. B. Lens: 1 f. x 8 in. [ft xvi. 5i. 6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the approach to the old palace at 
Eltham ; drawn by A. B. Lens: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [ft xvi. 

is. a.] 



KENT. 441 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Ellham, ^* commonly called 
King John's Palace, in Kent;" drawn bj A. B. Lens: 1 f. 
X 8 in. [* XVI. 52. c] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Lesnes Abbey, in the 
parish of Erith ; drawn in April, 1757 : 9 in. x 5^ in. [d? 

XVni. 32. 2.] 

A colored view, taken from the south-west, of the keep of 
Eynsford Castle : 8^ in. x 6 in. [d? xviii. 22. 2. a.] 

A colored view of the interior of the keep of Eynsford Castle : 
8|^ in. X 6 in. [d? xviii. 22. 2. b.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west door of Eynsford Church ; 
drawn by Edward Hasted : 2 in. x 2 in. [Add. 5486. fol. 

63.] 

A north view, in pen and ink, of East Farleigh Church ; drawn 
in 1770, by Edward Hasted : 9 in. x 8 in. lAdd. 5486. fol. 

81.] 

A west view, in pen and ink, of East Farleigh Bridge ; drawn 
in the year 1770, by Edward Hasted: 1 f. x 4 in. [Add. 
5486. fol. 79.] 

Folkstone. See Southern Coast, p. 98, ante. 

Foreland. See Eastern Coast, p. 99, ante. 

Franks, in the parish of Horton Kirkby. See Horton 

KiRKBY. 

Frensham or Gatehoose, in the parish of Rolvenden. See 

ROLVENDEN. 

A south view of Frindsbury Church, at Stroude, near Rochester; 
drawn about 1720: 6 in. x 5 in. [d? xviii. 25. 3. a.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Frindsbury Church ; 
drawn [by J. Fisher?] in 1788: 6^ in. x 4 J in. [d? xviii. 
25. 3. i.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Frindsbury Church ; drawn 
[by J. Fisher?] in Feb. 1788: 8 in. x 5J in. [d? xviii. 

25. 3. c] 

A south-east view, in outline, of Frittenden Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton : 4 in. x 8 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 90.] 

Gatehouse or Frensham, in the parish of Rolvenden. See Rol- 
venden. 

3l 



442 KENT. 

Gillingham Reach. See Eastern Coast, p. 104, ante. 

A colored south-west view of Gillingham Church: 6^ in. x 4) 
in. \jb XVII. 26. 1. d.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the circular stone font in Gillingham 
Church ; drawn by J. fisher, in June, 1788 : 6 in. x 5} in. 

[d? XVII. 26. 1. gj] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a piscina in the chancel of Gillingham 
Church ; drawn by J. Fisher, in June, 1788 : 4^ in. x d|-in. 
[d? XVII. 26. 1. e.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two corbels in Gillingham 
Church; by J. Fisher: 4 in. x 2 in. [d? xvii. 26. i./.] 

A colored view of the great hall of the archbishop^s palace at 
Gillingham; drawn in 1785: 10^ in. x 6} in. [d? xvii. 
26. 1. A.] 

Isle of Grain. See Eastern Coast, p. 101, ante. 

Gravesend. See Eastern Coast, pp. 108-110, ante. 

A colored ^* plann of the mannour of Greenwich ;** drawn temp. 
Queen Anne : 2 f . 4 in. x 1 f. 8 in. [d? xvii. i. 2.] 

A colored plan of the town and park of Greenwich ; it is in- 
dorsed "John Groves' Collection ;** drawn before the erec- 
tion of the Royal Hospital : 8 f. 6 in. x 2 f. 4 in. [d? xvii. 
1. 1.] 

A colored plan, on vellum, " of the Rev. Mr. Swindon's estate, 
situate in Gang Lane, Ghreenwich, with the buildings as they 
now stand, taken May, 1773, by M. Searles and Son ;** drawn 
on a scale of 65 feet to an inch : 1 f. 7 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [d? 
XVII. 1. 3. y.] 

A colored plan of part of the same estate, at Greenwich, bounded 
by Green Lane, Gang Lane, and the back road to the lime- 
kilns ; drawn on a scale of 28} feet to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f . 5 
in. [d? XVII. 1. 3. X.] 

A colored plan of some houses in Gang Lane, Ghreenwich ; 
drawn on a scale of 8 feet to an inch : 1 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 1 in. 
[d? XVII. 1. 3. aaJ] 

A colored plan of the Crown and Sceptre Tavern, at Greenvnch ; 
drawn on a scale of 6 feet to an inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f . 5 in. 
[d? XVII. 1. 3. bb.] 

Hall Place, in the parish of Harbledown. See Uarbledqwn. 

Three tinted north-east views of Hailing Church : 9 in. x 5 in. 
[d? XVIII. n. a. b. c] 



Two views, one in pencil, the other tinted, of pait of an ancient 
palace of King John, at Hailing : each 9 in. x 6 in. [ij 
XVIII. sr. d. (?.] 

Two views, one in pencil, the other tinted, of the entrance of 
the old palace at Hailing: each 9 in. x 6 in. [ft xvtii. 
"./ tf] 

A tinted north-east view of Harbledown Church, near Canter- 
bury: 1 f. 6 in. X 11 J in, [* xvni. sb. a.] 

A colored sonth-east view, of Harbledown Church : 9 in. x 5^ 
in. [* xviii. 28. i.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Hall Place, in the parish of Harble- 
down, the seat of George Gipps, Esq., M.P. for Canterbury, 
but belonging to Sir Kobert Wilmot, of Chaddesden, co. 
Derby, Bart. ; drawn by J. Lawrence, 1795 [apparently a 
copy from Ravenhill's engraving] : Cj in. x 4j in. [ifr xvii. 

36. 3.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Hardress Court, in the parish of Lower 
Hardressj copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. 
fol. M.] 

A Bonth-west view, in Indian ink, of Harty Church, in the Isle 
of Sheppey ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made by Jolin Warburton in 1725: 8 In. x 4 in. ^Add. 
3480. fol. *:>.] 

I A rude south-east view, in Indian ink, of Hawkberst; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1725: 9in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 9..] 

I fieppington, in the parish of Nackington. See Nackington. 

(^ north-east view, in outline, of Hever Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 
1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. ao.] 

[ A view, in Indian ink, of Higham Place, the seat of James 
Hallet, Esq. ; drawn by J. Lawrence, 1795 [apparently co- 
pied from Ravenhill's engraving] : 6J in. x 4 in. [sfe xvii. 

[ Hill Park, in the parish of Westerbam. See Westeruam. 

I Sketch, in pen and ink, of an arch in the north side of the 
chancel of Horton Kirkby Church ; drawn by Edward Has- 
ted : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 3486. fol. 56.] 



444 KENT. 

View, in pen and ink, of Franks, in Horton Eirkby, the seat of 
John Tasker, Esq.; drawn in the year 17/0, by Edward 
Hasted : 1 f. 2 in. x 8 in. [Add. 5486. fol. 77.] 

Hythe. See Southern Coast, p. 93, ante. 

A rude view, in outline, of Hythe, taken from the south ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1725 : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 58.] 

Judders Folly, in the parish of Ospringe. See Ospringe. 

Kemsley Downs, in the parish of Sittingborne. See Sitting- 
borne. 

Kingsgate. See Eastern Coast, p. 99, ante. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Denne Hill, in the parish of Kingston; 
. copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John War- 
burton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 6o.] 

Kits Coity House, in the parish of Aylesford. See Ayles- 

FORD. 

A south-west view, in outline, of Knolton Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
4n 1725 : 4 in. X 8 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 68.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Beyham, or Bayham, 
Priory, in the parish of Lamberhurst ; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 
4 in. X 8 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 58.] 

A rude outline view of the town of Ramsgate, in the parish of 
St Lawrence, in Thanet ; copied by Edward Hasted from a 
drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. x 8 in. 
[Add. 5480. fol. 47.] 

Sketch, with measurements, of a door in the outworks of Leeds 
Castle ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6739. fol. 65.] 

A south-east view, in outline, of Lenham Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 5i.] 

A drawing, in IndiiDL.^k, of Home's monument in Lenham 
Church; by Ed wAB Hasted : 4 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. 

fol. S6. 6.] 

Lesnes Abbey, in the parish of Erith. See Ertih. 

A colored view from Alderman Macaulay's garden at Black- 
heath, looking over Lewisham, . Dulwich, etc.; drawn by 
J. W. Edy, in 1790 : 2 f. 7 in. x 1 f . 9 in. [* xviii. 5. d.] 



445 

A colored view, taken near the Hare and Billet, on Blackheath ; 

drawn about the year 1780, by Thomas Lung, Esq. : 1 f, 1 j 

in. X 9 in. [# xviii. 5. J.] 
A colored view of the back of Leyboum Castle ; drawn in 1785 : 

10 in. X 7 in. [# xviii. 33. a.] 

A colored view of the entrance of Leyboom Castle ; drawn in 
1785 : 10 in. X 7 in. [ib xvili. 33. i.] 

A south view, in outline, of Liminge Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 
I72fl: 4 in. X S in. [Add. 5480. fol. as.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a north-east view of Lingsted Church; 
copied by Edward Hasted firom a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 47.] 

Lith or Leigh Green, in the parish of Tenterdeu. See Tenter- 
den. 

Sketch, in outline, of Lodge, the seat of Lord Teynham, in the 
parish of Linsted ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made by John Warburton in 1725: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. 49.] 

A south-east sketch, in outline, of Littleborne Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John War- 
burton in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 6480. fol. 6*.] 

Lodge, in the parish of Linsted. See Linsted. 

Losenham Priory, in the parish of Newenden. See Newen- 

DEN. 

A rude view, in outline, of Lydde, taken from the north ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John War- 
burton in 1725 : 9 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 80.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of Lymne or Limne ; copied by 
Edward Hasted, from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6480. fol. ea.] 

A view, in outline, of the ruins of Street Chapel, or the chapel 
of our Lady of Court, at Street, in the parish of Lymne; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. n.] 

A colored view of Mote Park, the seal of the Earl of Romney, 
atMaidstone; drawn by [Thomas?] Heame: lOin. x 7i in. 
[* svii. 41. a.] 

A colored sketch of some collages near Maidstone : 8^ in. x 5 
in. [di xvu. -i. 's. e.} 



446 KENT. 

View, in ontlinei Of Buckland, in the parish of Maidstone ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 66.] 

A colored view of a village church near Maidstone : 9 in. x 5^ 
in. [d? XVII. 2. 2. d.] 

A view, in pencil, of the house of Mr. Larkins, a paper maker, 
at East Mailing: 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. [d? xviii. 34. s. &•] 

A view, in pencil, tinted, of the entrance lodge to the grounds 
of Mr. Larkins, at East Mailing : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. Hi xvui. 
34. c] 

A view, in outline, of Brabome, the seat of Sir Roger Twysden, 
Bart, in the parish of Elust Mailing; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 
9 in. X 4 in. [Jdd. 5480. foL 64.] 

A front view, in pencil, tinted, of Bradbume, the seat of Sir 
Roger Twysden, Bart, at East Mailing : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. 
[d? XVIII. 34. 2. a.] 

A tinted south view of Town Mailing : 1 f. 1 in. X 8 ui. [d? 
XVII. 3. a. 1.] 

A tinted south-east view of Town Mailing : 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in. 

[d? XVII. 3. a. 2.] 

A tinted south-west view of Town Mailing Church : 8^ in. x 
8j^ in. [d? XVII. 3. a. 3.] 

Five tinted sketches of the ancient chapel at Town Mailing : 
two of them each 1 f 1 in. x 8 in., the other three 8 in. x 6 
in. [d? XVII. 3. a. 4-8.] 

Two views, in pencil and tinted, of part of Town Mailing, in- 
cluding the ancient chapel : one 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in., the other 
8^ in. X 6 in. [d? xvii. 3. a. 9, lo.] 

Two views, in pencil and tinted, of Mailing Abbey, the seat of 
" Mr. Foote, of Lombard Street : ** one 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in., the 
other 8 in. x 5j^ in. [d? xvii. 3. a. ii, is.] 

A tinted view in the grounds of MaUing Abbey : 1 f. 1 in. x 
8 in. [d? XVII. 3.. a. 13.] 

Two tinted views, taken in the grounds of Mr. Douce, at Town 
Mailing : one 1 f. 1 in. x 8 in., the other 8 in. x 6 in. [d? 

xvn. 3. O. 14, 15.] 

Maram's Court, or Morant's Court Hill, in the parish of Cheve- 
ning. See Chevening. 



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KENT. 447 

A colored north-east view of Marden Church : 7 in, x 6-ia. 

t* XVI II. 33,] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a sculptured head in St. Margaret's 
Church, 1788 : 3 in. x ^ in. [st xviii. 36. 6.] 

Colored sketches of arms painted in a window in the chancel of 
St. Margaret's Church, 1789: 5 in. x 3 in. [* xviii. 

36.*:.] 

SL Margaret's, in the parish of Darentb. See D&renth. 

A colored north view of the church of St. John the Baptist 
at Margate ; taken Aug. 16, 1793 : 7^ in. x 6 in. [dr xni. 
4.(.] 

A view, in outline, of Gonkley's Hospital at Margate; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John War- 
burton in 1725; 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fob 6S.] 

A view, in pen and ink, of the ancient gateway at Dandelion, 
in the parish of St. John at Margate ; drawn by James Essex : 
6 in. X 4 in. ^Add. 6768. p. i57.] 

St. Mary Cray. See Cray. 

River Medway. See Eastebn Coast, p. 100, ante. 

A bird's-eye view, in Indian ink, of the seat of Sir Kobert 
Loffan, near Norwood, in the parish of Milton : 1 f. 9 in. x 
1 f. 2 in. [ft xvii. -16. 1.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Minster Cliurcb, in Thanet, 
and the ruins of the Abbey ; copied by Edward Hasted from 
a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 8 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 5480. fol. 6S.1 

•* The true modell of a very ould grave-stone in the quire of the 
church of Minster, in the Isle of Sbepey ; the fragments of 
-the inscription in the circumference afford only the name of 
Nortbwood, the rest crumelled away ; pretending a great an- 
tiquity as those in the Temple;" drawn in pen and ink, 
tinted: 11 in. x 7 in. [Harl. 1106. fol. 42. *.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the stone font in Minster Church, in 
the Isle of Thanet; drawn by James Essex: 6 in, x 4 in. 
[Add. 6768. p. 274.] 

A sonth view, in outline, of Mongeham Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, 
in 1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. foL 86.] 

A sketch, in outline of Monk's Horton Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 



1726: 



. X 3i] 



[Add. 5480. fol, as.] 



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A north-west view, in outline, of Monklon Church ; copied fa 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburfc 
in 1725: 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 6a.] 

Morant's Court Hill, in the parish of Chevening. See Chbvi 

NIMG, 

Mote Park, in the parish of Maidstone. See Maidstone. 
Mottingham Place, in the parish of Chiselhmst. See Chisel-I 



A view, in Indian ink, of Nackington House, the seat of R. 
Milles, Esq. ; drawn by J. Lawrence : 7 in. x 4 J in. [* 

XVII. 45.] 

A sketch, in outline, of Mr. Fausset's house at Heppiugton, in 
the parish of Nackington ; copied by Edward Hasted from a 
drawing made, in 1725, by John Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 5480. fol. 53.] 

A south view, in outline, of New Church ; copied by Edward 
Hasted ^om a drawing made by John Warburton, in 172fi : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 74.] 

A rude south view, in ouUine, of Newenden ; copied by Ed-, 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton, in 
1725: 9 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 90.] 

A view, in outline, of Newenden Bridge over the Rother; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton, in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. ».] 

A plan, in outline, of the old castle-stead, near Newenden, nov 
called the Tower ; copied by Edward Hasted from a draw- 
ing made by John Warburton, in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. BB.] 

A north view, in outline, of Losenham Priory, in the parish of 
Newenden ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton, in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. 
fol. 90.] 

North-east view, in outline, of Newenham Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 51.] 

Three colored drawings of small sepulchral brass plates in 
Northfleet Church, in 1788, 1789 : each about 6 in. x 4 in. 
tdr xviii. 41. b. c. rf.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in 
Northfleet Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. ti76U. p, 131.3 



4 



sketch, in ouLline, of the uorth-east of Norlon Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
lon, in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Jdd. 5480. fol. «.] 

SVelch, in oiiUine, of a house called " Provender," in the parish 
of Norton ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [_Add. 5480. 
fol. 47.] 

Norwood, in the parish of Milton. See Milton. 

A colored north view of Niirsled Church ; drawn in ihe year 
1790 : 3i in. x 3 in. [* xviii. -a. i.] 

A sketch, in outline, of a north-east view of Oar Church ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, 
by John Warburton: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. ai.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a house called " Judde's Folly," in the 
parish of Ospringe ; copied by Edward Hasted from a draw- 
ing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 
5480. fol. 4S.] 

Ostenhanger House, in the parish of Stanford. See Stanford. 

A view, in outline, of the ruins of Otford Castle and Mr, Pet- 
ley's bouse ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. 

fol. 7H.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of Patricksbome Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol, 6o.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the entrance porch of Patricksbome 
Church ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by 
John Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Jdd. 5480. fol. 53.] 

f Pegwell. See Eastern Coast, p. 99, ante. 

I A south-east view, in outline, of Penshurst Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. se.] 

A sketch, in outline, of the Parsonage at Penshurst; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725 : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 76.] 

A. view, in pen and ink, of Chafford Place, in the parish of Pens- 
buTBl -, copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by 
John Warburton in 1725; 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6480. fol. 

78.] 

3 M 



450 



KENT. 



Sketch, in outline, of tlic house of " Mr, Spencer of Redleaze,"! 
or Redleafe, in the parish of Penshurst ; copied by Edward I 
tiaated from a drawing by John WarburlOQ in 1725 : 
X 3 in. [Add, 5i80. fol. 47.] 

A sketch, in outline, of a north-east view of St. Peter's Church, 
in Thanet ; copied by Edward Hasted (rom a drawing made 
by John Warburton io 1725: 4 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 5480. j 
fol. 49.] 

A rude outline view of Broadstairs, in the parish of St. Petert 
in Thanet ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing madvl 
by John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. [Jdd. 5480.1 
fol. 19.] 

View, in pen and ink, of the old gate at Broadstairs, in the I 
parish of St. Peter's, in llie Isle of Thanet; drawn by JamesJ 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. seit.] 

A colored north-east view of Plumstead Church ; drawn by ■! 
Francis Grose: 1 f. 3 in, x lOj in. [ft xviii. 4+. 9.] 

A south view, in outline, of Preston Church and village ; copied 1 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John | 
Warburton : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 5i.] 

A south-east view, in outline, of Preston Church ; copied byl 
Edward Hasted Irom a drawing made, in 1725, by JohuJ 
Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. si.] 

Provender, in the parish of Norton. See Norton. 

A colored plan of Queenborongh Church ; drawn in the yeafi 
1788: 7 in. X 4 in. [* xvii. .x i.] 



St. Lawrence, in the Isle of Thanet. I 



Ramsgate, in the parish c 
See St, Lawrence. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the west front ofRcculver Church;] 
drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. ['Jd^l 
6759. fol. 49.] 

Rochester. See Eastern Coast, p. 104, ante. 

Flan, in pen and ink, of Rochester Cathedral ; drawn by thfrl 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich ; " my own plan, 1 797 :" 6 in. x 4 in** 
lAdd. 6759. fol. 139,] 

A colored plan of the precinct of Rochester Cathedral, shewing^ I 
by folding leaves, a scheme for pulling down Mr, Foote'sn 
prebendal house and Mr. Alexander's house, on the south 
side of the cathedral, and for building two residences on the 
land called "The Vines;" drawn by Daniel Alexander, in 



KENT. 461 

March 1801, on a scale of 75 feet to an inch : 2 f. 2 in. x 

1 f. 8 in. [ft XVII. 8.] 

A report accompanies this plan, dat. 2 April, 1801, by 
Dr. Thomas Dampier, then Dean and afterwards Bishop of 
Rochester, (who died Bishop of Ely, in 1812,) on the pro- 
posed improvements of the precinct, with a. letter from him on 
the same subject, addressed apparently to Dr. Willis, whose 
prebendal house, ou the north side of the cathedral, was in- 
tended to be pulled down. 

A colored north-east view of the cathedral at Rochester; drawu 
Sept. 6, 1780 : 1 f. 2 in. x 10 in. [* xvii. lo. e.] 

Twenty-two sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of 
Rochester Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev, Thomas Kerrich : 
each 7 in. X 4 in. lAdd. 6758. ff. 117-103, i06~tii.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arches and details of Rochester 
Cathedral ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6769. p. 3.] 

, Sketch, in pen and ink, of arches in IJie west front of Rochester 
Cathedral ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6768. p. 270.] 

f Two sketches, in pen and ink, of ornaments of arches in Ro- 
chester Cathedral ; drawn by tiie Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6746. ff. ys-ioi.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of an old pavement in Rochester Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 2 in. 
lAdd. 6742. fol. -iJ.] 

' Colored drawings of three shields of arms on the three stalls 
situate on the south side of the high altar at the east end of 
the choir of Rochester Cathedral ; drawn in 1791 : 6j in. 
X 4 in. [ft XVII. 10. h.] 

I A colored drawing of "a brassless" sepulchral stone in Ro- 
chester Cathedral : 5 in. x 2^^ in. [ft xvii. lo. i.] 

I Sketch, in pen and ink, of a runic knot on Bishop Lowe's tomb 
in Rochester Cathedral ; drawn by tlie Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 

2 in. x 2 in. [Add. 6740. fol. 57.] 

[ A colored view of Rochester Bridge and Castle, taken from 
Hulks' Mill ; drawn, in 1 779, by T. G. Sfeerrol : 6j in x 4 in. 
[ft XVII. 10. ee. a.] 

[ Flan, elevation of the south-west front, remains of the gate, with 
various details, of Rochester Castle ; drawn, in 1786, by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 1 f. X 8 in. [Add. 6735. fol. i».] 
3 M 2 



452 RENT. 

Three sketclies, containing view, plans, and details of Rochester 
Castle; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kemch : each 8 in. x 
6 in. [Add. 6746. ff. 21-44,] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Rochester Castle; drawn by "M. L:** 
6^ in. X 3^ in. [tfe xvii. lo. o.] 

A colored view of Rochester Castle: 1 f . x 9 in. [d? xvii. 

10. t.] 

A report upon Rochester Bridge, with a plan, in pencil ; com- 
piled and drawn by James Essex, in 1783 : the plan 8 in. x 
3 in. [Add. 6763. ff. 29^35.] 

A colored view of St. Margaret's Church at Rochester ; drawn 
in 1779, by T. G. Skerrot: 6 in. x 3j^ in. [* xvii. lo. te. i.] 

A colored view of the Grammar School gate at Rochester; 
drawn by T. F., in 1791 : 7 J in. x 6 in. [* xvii. lo. cc.] 

Redleafe House, in the parish of Penshurst. See Penshubst. 

Richborough Castle, in the parish of Ash. See Ash. 

Ringcrouch, in the parish of Sandhurst. See Sandhurst. 

A south view, in outline, of Ringwold Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 
1726 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. re.] 

A north-west view, in outline, of Ripple Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 
1725: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 68.] 

A rude view, in outline, of Rolvenden ; copied by Edward Has- 
ted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 4 in, 
x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 88.] 

A slight west view, in outline, of Gatehouse, alias Frensham, the 
seat of Felix Caldwell, in the parish of Rolvenden ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1 725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 82.] 

Romney Marsh. See Southern Coast, p. 93, ante. 

A rude plan, in outline, of Romney Marsh ; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John Warburton : 
9 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 74.] 

A map, in Indian ink, of Romney Marsh, intituled ^^ Carter's 
Survey of the coast of Kent;'' drawn on a scale of 2 miles to 
an inch : I f. 3 in. x 1 f. 2 in. [d? xvi. sr.] 

A rude north-east view, in outline, of New Romney and Lydd ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 68.] 



A south-east view, in outline, of Romney Cliurch ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawiog made, iu 1725, by John 
Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. bo.] 

A south view, in outline, of St. Mary's Church, in Romney 
Mars)) ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by 
John Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 

7.1.] 

A south view, in oudine, of the chapel in Romney Marsh, dedi- 
cated to St. Thomas the Martyr; copied by Edward Hasted 
from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 9 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. so.] 

A south-east view, in outline, of Saltwood Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. {.Add. 5480. fol. es.] 

A colored view of the ruins of Saltwood Castle : 9 in. x 5j in. 
[sli xvm. 47. c] 

A view, in outline, of the gate of Saltwood Castle; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. lAdd. 3480. fol. hc] 
View, in outline, of the ruins of Birctall, or Brockbull, near 
Saltwood ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 5 in. X 4 in. {Add. 5480. 
fol. 56.] 

[ Sandgate. See Southern Coast, p. 93, ante. 

I A north-east view, in outline, of Sandherst Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, iu 1725, by John 
Warburton : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 90.] 

I A view, in outline, of Ringcrouch, in the parish of Sandhurst; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 90.] 

Sandown Castle. See Eastern Coast, pp. 98, 99, ante. 

Sandwich. See Eastern Coast, p. 99, ante. 

Sketch, in outline, of some new buildings by Sandwich ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John War- 
burton in 1725: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 58.] 
I Sketch, in pen and ink, of the drawbridge over the river Stour, 
at the entrance of the town of Sandwich ; drawn by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6769. p. i4.] 

Sketch, in Indian inlt, of the tomb of Sir Henry Sandwich, in 
the quire of SL Bartholomew's Chapel, at Sandwich ; drawoi 
by Edward Hasted : 6 iu. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 36. b.] 



I 



454 KBNT. 

Sayes Court. See Eastern Coast, pp. 114, 115, ante. 

A view, in outline, of the Wilderness at Seale, the seat of the 
Pratt family; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing 
made, in 1725, by John Warburton: 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 
5480. fol. 70.] 

Sharsted, in the parish of Doddington. See Doddington. 

Sheemess. See Eastern Coast, pp. 101-103, ante. 

Isle of Sheppey. See Eastern Coast, p. 100, ante. 

A south view, in outline, of Shoram Church ; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John Warburton : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 78.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Shorn Church, near Graves- 
end ; drawn in 1759 : 11 in. X 7 in. [d? xviii. 59. i. a.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a Norman capital in Shorn Church, 
in 1792 : 2 in. X lii^ in. [d? xviii. 52. i. b.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the old chantry at Shorn : 6j| in. x 
4^ in. [d? XVIII. 52. 1. c] 

Simson Place, at Bromley. See Bromley. 

Sisingherst Castle, in the parish of Cranbrook. See C ban- 
brook. 

A tinted view of a house at Snodland : 8j| in. x 5 in. [d? 

XVIII. 53. 1.] 

Soulton or Solton, in the parish of Westcliffe. See West- 

CLIFFE. 

A view, in pen and ink, of the entrance front of the parsonage 
house at Southfleet, taken in 1768 ; drawn by Edward Has- 
ted : 10 in. X 6 in. [Add. 5486. fol. 59.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the entrance front of Southfleet Par- 
sonage ; drawn probably about 1760 : 6 J in. x 3ii> in. [fb 
XVIII. 53. 2. a.] 

A colored view of Southfleet School : 6j| in. x 4 in. [fb xviii. 

53. 2. ft.] 

Squerries, in the parish of Westerham. See Westerham. 

A view, in outline, of Stamford Church ; copied by Edward 
Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 88.] 

A view, in outline, of Ostenhanger House, in the parish of 
Stanford ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 



KENT. 455 

John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. 

fol. 7-1.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Oatenhanger House, in 
the parish of Stanford : SJ in. x Tj in, [ft xvni. 43. i.] 

A rude view, in outline, of Stone and Wittersham, in the Isle 
of Oxney ; copied by Edward Hasted from a. drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. 
fol. 8S.] 

A view, in pencil, of the gateway of Stone Church : 7 in. x 4J 

in. [* XVIII. 53. 4.] 
Street Chapel, in the parish of Lymne. See Lymne. 
Street-Eud Place, in the parish of Willesborough. See 

WiLLESBOROUGH. 

A colored view of an altar monument in Stroud Church ; drawn 
in 1790 : 4^ in. x 4 in. [ft xvui. ,ii. a.] 

A colored south view of Sturry Chnrch, near Canterbury; 
drawn Feb. 19, 1759 : 11 in. x 7j in. [ft xvin. 55. a.] 

View, in pen and ink, of " Combank," the seat of the Campbell 
family, in the parish of Sundridge ; copied by Edward Has- 
ted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 4 
in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. re.] 

L view, in outline, of East Sutton, the seatof the Filmer family; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by 
John Warburton : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 6i.] 

I A north-east view, in outline, of Sutlon Valence Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 86.] 

[ A south-east view, in outline, of Tenterden Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. a*.] 

I A view, in outline, of Westcross House, in Tenterden, the seat 
of Jeremiah Curtis, Esq. ; copied by Edward Hasted from a 
drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 5480. fol. 84.] 

I A view, in outline, of Westwell, in Tenterden, the seat of Mr. 
Blackmore ; copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made 
by John Warburton in 1725: 9 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. 
fol. 81.] 

■ A view, in outline, of Mr. Finch's House at Lith or Leigh 
Green, in the parish of Tenterden ; copied by Edward 



4&6 CENT. 

Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton in 173&^ 
4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. si.} 

A view, in outline, of Mr. Mantell's houBe at Lith Green, il 
tlie parish of T«nterdeii ; copied by Edward Hasted from a 
drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 4in. x 3 i 
[Add. 5480. fol. B!.] 

Isle of Thanet. See Eastern Coast, p. 99, ante. 

Town Mailing. See Malling. 

A highly finished view, in Indian ink, of a cottage near t 
mile-stone from Tunbridge ; drawn by P. van Lerbei^he; 
f. 8 in. X 1 f. 3 in. [dr xni. so. c] 

A colored view of the half way house to Tunbridge : 1 f. 2^ hk I 
X 10 in. [dr xvii. 90. d.} 

A colored view of Tunbridge Wells Walk ; drawn by J. 

berts, apparently about 1760: 5j in. X 3^ in. [ft XVllt.l 
56. e.] 

Valence, in the parish of Westerham. See Westebham. 

A colored north-east view of Upchurch Church: 8 in. x I^-J 
in. [dr xviii. 57. t'.] 

Upnor Castle. See Eastern Coast, pp. 104, 103, ante 

A west Tiew, iu outline, of Waldershare Church ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warburton 
in 1725 : 4 in. X 3 in. [Add. 9480. fol. 84.] 

Walmer CastJe. See Eastern Coast, p. 98, ante. 

Weald of Kent. See Soothekn Coast, p. 93, ante. 

A view, in outline, of Soulton, " Mr. Matson's, of Dover," m I 
the parish of Westcliffe ; copied by Edward Hasted from a ] 
drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 3 in. 
lAdd. 5480. fol. 72.] 

West Cross House, in Tenteiden. See Tentebden. 

View, in outline, of Squerries, the seat of the Warde family, in I 
the parish of Westerham ; copied by Edward Hasted from'} 
a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725: 4 in. x 3 in. ] 
[Add. 5480. fol. 76.] 

View, in outline, of Valence, or Valons, (now called Hill ParkJ 1 
in the parish of Westerham ; copied by Edward Hasted from 1 
a drawing made by John Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. : 
iAdd. 3480. fol. 76.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of Weslwell Church ; copied 
by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John Warbur- 
ton in 1725: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 5S.] 



KENT. 457 

Westwell House, in Tenterden. See Tenterden. 

WhiUtable. See Eastern Coast, p. 100, ante. 

A view, ia outline, of Wickham, on the river Stour ; copied by 
Edward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John 
Warburton : 9 in. x 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 56.] 

North-east view, in outline, of Wickling Church ; copied by Ed- 
ward Hasted from a drawing made, in 1725, by John War- 
burton : 4 in. X 4 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 5i.] 

Wilderness, in the parish of Seal. See Seal. 

A view, in Indian ink, of Street End Place, the seat of James 
Tillard, Esq., in the parish of Willesborough ; drawn by T. 
Lawrence, 1795, [copied apparently from RavenhilVs engrav- 
ing] : 7 in. X 4. in. [* xvii. 46. 4.] 

A south-west view, in outline, of Woodnesborough Church ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. re.] 

A view, in outline, of Mr. Cason's house, at Woodnesborough ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 78.] 

Woolwich. See Eastern Coast, pp. 112-114, ante. 

five colored and pencil views of Wouldham Church, [d? 
xvin. «.] 

A south-east sketch, in Indian ink, of Wymlinswold Church ; 
copied by Edward Hasted from a drawing made by John 
Warburton in 1725 : 3 in. x 2 in. [Add. 5480. fol. 68.] 



Sn 



LANCASHIRE. 



A COLORED map of Lancashire ; drawn temp. Elizabeth, with 
the names of the principal gentry, many of them in the hand- 
writing of Lord Burghley; on a scale of 2j- miles to an inch : 
2 f. 4 in. X 1 f. 4) in. [O. R. Libr. 18. d. hi. fol. si.] 

A colored map of " the Countie Pallatine of Lancaster, (com- 
monly called Lancashire,) cotttayneth in length from the 
south to the north about 60 English myles, and in breadth 
from the est to the west in some places 33, 20, 15, and in 
one place not passing 10 myles ; in which counlrey is xv. 
market townes and 36 parish churches, besides chapells in 
great nomber ;^ drawn by William Smith, rouge dragon pur- 
suivant at arms, in the year 1 598, on a scale of 3 miles to an 
inch : I f. 8 in. x I f. 3 in. iHarl. 6159. fol. 2.] 

A colored plan of the Lancaster and York and Liverpool and 
Leeds Canals, and of the branches to Wigan and Bradford ; 
drawn in 1777, by Johann Liidewig Hogrewe, Captain of En- 
gineers, on a scale of 4^ miles to an inch ; with plan and 
section of one of the locks, on a scale of 31 feet to an inch : 
1 f. 4 in. X 10 in. [* Ms. 46. pi. 9.] 

A colored map of the Duke of Bridgewater's canal between Li- 
veipool, Manchester, and Worsley ; drawn in 1777, on a 
scale of 3j miles to an inch, by Johann liiidewig Hogiewe, 
Captain of Engineers : 8 in. x 5 in. [d? Ms. 46. pi. 7.] 

A highly finished view, in Indian ink, of " Bank Hall, Lan- 
cashire, a little north of I<iverpool ; was sold to the Earl of 
Derby by Sir Cleve Mont, Bart. ; M. Blackamore, deK, 
1754 :" 1 f. 1 in. x 6 in. [tf? xviii. 87. i.] 

• 

A north view, in pencil, of the niins of Fumess Abbey : 1 f. x 
7^ in. [* XVIII. 93. c] 



LANCASHIRE. 459 

South, east, and west views, in pencil, of Fumess Abbey : each 
1 f. X 7 J in. [d? XVIII. 93. d. e./,] 

A view, in pencil, of part of Fumess Abbey : 1 1 in. x 8^ in. [tf? 
XVIII. 93. g,] 

A view, in pencil, of the gateway or entrance to Furness Abbey : 
1 f- X 7j in. [* xviii. 93. It.] 

North and east views, in pencil, of the school-house at Fumess 
Abbey: each 1 f . x 7j^ in. [* xviii. 93. i. L] 

A colored view of the entrance tower of Lancaster Castle; 
drawn about the year 1810 : I f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [d? xviii. 

70. c] 

A colored plan of the great reservoir and weir on the Duke of 
Bridgewater's canal, at Castlefiields, Manchester: drawn in 
1777, on a scale of 95 feet to an inch, by Johann Liidewig 
Hogrewe, Captain of Engineers ; with various sections and 
details: 1 f. 4|- in. x 10 in. [d? Ms. 46: pi. 8.] 

A colored ^^ plan of the Duke of Bridgewater's curious wear 
(whose circumference is 366 yards) in Castle Field, near 
Manchester:'* 1 f. 6 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [tf? xviii. 8i./.] 

A colored plan of the fortifications and castle of Liverpool, 
'^ which was beginning buth not finitz ;'' drawn in the year 
1644 by Sir Bemard de Gomme, who was afterwards Quar- 
ter-Master-General and Surveyor of the Ordnance, under 
Charles 11. and James II., on a scale of 100 paces to an 
inch : 1 f. 9 in. x 1 f. 4 J in. [Add. 5027. a. art. 63.] 

A colored view of Royle, near Barnley, the seat of Sir H. 
Houghton : 1 f. 2 in. x 9 in. [sb xviii. 88. i.] 

A colored view of Winander Mere, or Windermere Lake : 1 f. x 
7^ in. [d? XLiii. 16. k.] 



3 N 2 



LEICESTERSHIRE. 



Sketch, in outline, of a grave in the churchyard of Coston ; 
drawn in July, 1790, by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ii. 298.] 

View, in outline, of Harborough Church; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 299.] 

Elevation, in Indian ink, of the gateway of the church at Har- 
borough ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x Tj- in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 300.] 

Sketch, in outline, of the east window of Harborough Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii- 

301.] 

Sketches, in outline, of three windows in Harborough Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Elaye, ii. 

502.] 

North-east view, in Indian ink, of Harby Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 303.] 

North view, in outline, of Kibworth Church ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj- in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 304.] 

Elevation, in outline, of one of the arches of Kibworth Church ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj- in. x 7j in. [P. R. Elaye, ii. 

S05.] 

A colored drawing of a Roman pavement found at Leicester in 
1785 : 10 in. x 8 in. [* xix. 7. i. A.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular stone font on pillars in 
St Nicholas' Church, at Leicester ; drawn by James Essex : 
3 in. X 2 in. lAdd. 6768. p. 85.] 



LEICESTERSHIRE. 46 1 

Sketch, in pencil, of the font in St. Nicholas' Church, at Leices^ 
ter; drawn by James Essex: 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6769. 
p. 53.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the font in St Nicholas' Church, at 
Leicester; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 3 in. x 2 
in. [Add. 6736. fol. loi.] 

Architectural details, in outline,, of parts of Loughborough 
Church ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 306.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, with measurements, of a window of Nar- 
borrow Church; drawn by James Essex: 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6769. p. 2«s.] 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 



** A MAP of the Great Levell, representing it as it lay drowned ;" 
drawn by Sir William Dugdale, on a scale of 3 miles to an 
inch: 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [Harl. 5011. fol. 505.] 

This is in a large volume containing the original materials 
from which Dugdale compiled his History of Imbanking and 
Drayning, It is engraved at p. 375. 

" The draught of the map for the great Levell ; drawn by Sir 
William Dugdale : 1 f . 3 in.* x 11 in. [Harl. 5011. fol. 506.] 
This is engraved under the title of ^^ The map of the great 
Levell drayned," in Dugdale's History^ p. 416. 

^^ A map of the Fenes in Lincolneshire ;'' drawn by Sir William 
Dugdale : 2 f. x 1 f. 4 J in. lAdd. 5011. fol. 516.] 

^' A map of the east and west fenne ;^ drawn by Sir William 
Dugdale, on a scale of 1 J mile to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 

1 in. [Harl. 5011. fol. 517.] 

A sketch of the circular stone font in Ancaster Church ; drawn 
by James Essex : 3 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6768. p. iii.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of the circular font in Ancaster Church ; 
drawn " from Essex's MSS.," by the Rev. Thomas Kcrrich : 

2 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6736. fol. 67.] 

^' A true description of the. Levell of Ancholme, in the county 
of Lincolne, taken and admeasured by 162 foote and a halfe 
to the pole or perch; by Francis Wilkinson and John 
Fotherby, surveyors ibid. 1640;" drawn on a scale of 120 
perches to an inch : 4 f. 3 in. x If. [Harl. 5011. fol. 544.] 
Engraved, on a very reduced scale, in Dugdale''s> History 
of Imbanking y p. 150. 



LINCOLNSUIRR. 463 

A plan, in pencil, of Boston Church ; drawn on a scale of 55 
feet to an inch : 6 in. x 5 in. [fb xix. 23. i. d. 2.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Boston Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. 

[JM. 6751. ff. f63y ^64.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and doors in Boston 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 

4 in. [Add. 6752. ff. 2-8.] 

Colored elevations, plans, and sections of the great sluice gates 
at Boston ; drawn in 1777, by Johann Llidewig Hogrewe, 
Captain of Engineers, on a scale of 32 feet to an inch : one 

5 in. X 4j in., the other 10 in. x 5 in. [tf? Ms. 46. plates x. 
and XI.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, arches, and 
various architectural details, of Burwell Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. lAdd. 6757. 

ff. 89, 90. 128-132.] 

A general plan of the church and offices belonging to Croyland 
Abbey ; drawn by James Essex : 7j- in. x 7 in. lAdd. 6776. 
fol. 46.] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of Croyland Abbey, " according to Essex ;" 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 
6751. fol. 41.] 

Plan of the east end of Croyland Abbey, with the order and 
situation of the different stones laid by the several benefactors, 
A.D. 1113. [Add. 6402. fol. 79.] 

Sketch of an arch in Croyland Abbey, with copious notes on the 
building of Croyland Abbey ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. 
X 6 in. [Add. 6772. fol. 90.] 

Plan and section, in Indian ink, of the church at Croyland ; 
drawn by James Essex : H in. x 7 in. [Add. 6776. fol. 46.] 

Plan and details, in pen and ink, of Croyland Church ; drawn 
by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. pp. 192, 
193.3 

A plan, in pen and ink, of Croyland Church, " as it was before 
the alterations according to Essex;" drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. 132.] 

Nine sketches, in pen and ink, of \^dndows, columns, arches, 
and architectural details, of Croyland Church ; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6751. ff. 

24-Sl. 71.] / 



464 LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of architectural details of Croy- 
land Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 
in. X 4 in. [Add. 6767. ff. i9-«i.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of statues in Croyland Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
IJdd. 6761. ff. 68-70.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of part of the statue of a female in Croyland 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 6 in. 
[Add. 6730. fol. 74.] 

A drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient statue on Crowland or 
Croyland triangular Bridge : 8 in. x 6 in. [d? xix. 24. m.] 

A sketch, in pen and ink, of ^^ St. Guthlake's Cross, which stands 
on a bank, and was the boundary of the church lands belong- 
ing to the abbey of Croyland:*^ 3} in. x 2^ in. • [ifr xix. 
24. n.] 

A map of Deeping Fen ; drawn by Sir William Dugdale, on a 
scale of 320 [rods ?] to an inch : 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f. 1 in. [AcUl. 
5011. fol. 514.] 
Engraved in Dugdale's History of Imhanking^ p. 194. 

^^ The map of Deping Fen, enlarged from the printed map of 
J. Hondius \^ drawn by Sir William Dugdale, on a scale of 
3J [rods?] to an inch: 1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [Harl. 6011. 

fol. 515.] 

Two sketches, in pencil and pen and ink, of the west door, and 
of other details, of Fasten or Foston Church; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6764. ff. 

115, 116.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the middle window of the north aisle 
of Folkingham Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. fol. 105.] 

Distant view, in outline, of the town of Grantham ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in 1788: 10^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

307.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Grantham Church ; drawn 
by Daniel King : 3^^ in. x 3 in. [Harl. 2073. fol. 8. ft.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the steeple and the east 
window of the north aisle of Grantham Church ; drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kenich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6766. 

ff. 271, 272. 277.] 

Four sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Grantham Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6747. ff. 64, (>:>. lOk loa.] 



LINCOLKSHIRB. 465 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great east window of Grantham 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6748. fol. 70.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a circular window in Grantham 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 3 in. x 3 in. 
[Add, 6743. fol. 26.] 

A colored view of an old house at Grantham ; drawn by J. C. 
Buckler, in 1811 : 8 in. x 6} in. [d? xix. t6. b.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a plan of Grimsby Church : 7 in. x 4 J in. 
[Add. 6735. fol. ii.] 

A south view, in pencil, of part of Grimsby Church : 8^ in. x 
7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 8.] 

A view, in pencil, of part of the nave of Grimsby Church : 9 in. 
X 8 in. [Add. 6735. fol. 9.] 

A view, in pencil, of the north transept of Grimsby Church : 
10 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6735. fol. lo.] 

" A true and perfect plott of Hadfiield Chase, in the counties of 
Yorke, Lincolne, and Notingham, surveyed by Josias Aerle- 
boust, anno 1639;*' drawn by Sir William Dugdale, on a 
scale of 400 rods to an inch: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [Harl. 
5011. fol. .519.] 
'Engraved in Dugdale^s History of Imbanking^ p. 142. 

A map of South Holland; drawn by Sir William Dugdale: 
1 f. 3 in. X 1 f. 1 in. [Harl. 5011. fol. 5io.] 
Engraved in Dugdale^s History of Tmbankingj p. 218. 

Eighteen sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, windows, arches, 
and various architectural details, of Hultoil Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6752. 

ff. 31-41. 49-56.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the door of Ketton Church, near 
Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 7 
in. [Add. 6735. fol. 34.] 

A colored plan of " Kirton Goats ;" drawn by Sir William Dug- 
dale: 1 f. X 8 in. [Harl. 5011. fol. 5i3.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of Kirton Church ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 308.] 

" Plan de Lincolne :" being a colored plan, drawn by a French 
artist about 1650; showing the walls and churches, on a 
scale of 100 paces to an inch : 2 f. x 1 f. 6in. [Add. 11,564. 
art. 19.] 

30 



466 LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Part of an engraved plan of the city of Lincoln, temp. Jac. I., 
on a scale of 200 paces to an inch : 9 in. x 4^ in. [Sloane^ 
2281. 1.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of Lincoln, and the Swan Pool, 
taken from the palace garden ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 
3 in. X lOj- in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 309.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Lincoln Cathedral and Chapter 
House; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: lOiJ-in. x 
7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. si 2.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Lincoln Cathedral, taken from 
a close on the road to Greatweil ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Sept. 1784 : lOj^ in. x 1^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 3ii.] 

An east view, in Indian ink, of Lincoln Cathedral, taken from 
the gate of a close on the road to Greatweil ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1784: 10 j- in. x 7 J in. [P. J?. Kaye, ii. 

310.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of Lincoln Cathedral and 
Castle, taken from the Windmills ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1784 : 10} in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. si4.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the cathedral church of 
Lincoln, and the ruined parish church of St Paul's, taken 
from the edge of the castle ditch ; dravv^ by S. H. Grimm : 
\0}^ in. X 7^ in. [fb xix. so. /.] 

A west view, in Indian ink, of the cathedral of Lincoln, taken 
from the comer of the castle ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1784 : lOJ in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 3i3.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the cloisters, the west end of the 
chapter house, and the north-east end of the cathedral of 
Lincoln; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. 
X 10^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 3i6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the upper part of the south side of 
the cathedral of Lincoln, and a west view of the palace, taken 
from the palace garden ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, u. 3i5.] 

A collection of plans, elevations, and sections, with measure- 
ments, of parts of Lincoln Cathedral, with details of the 
timber of the roof, etc. ; accompanied by a written " survey 
of Lincoln Cathedral," and ** observations on the different 
repairs, alterations, and additions made in Lincoln Cathe- 
dral;" (read before the Society of Antiquaries, 16 March, 
1775;) drawn, some in pencil^ some in ink, by James Essex. 
[Add. 6772. ff. 255-«8t.] 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 



467 



Stelch, in pen and ink, of a plan of " Lincoln Cathedral, as 
originally built, according to Essex's plan," with diagrams 
lo shew the rationale of its construction ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : 8 in. x 6 in. [Add. 6743. fol. »t.] 

[plan, in pen and ink, of Lincoln Cathedral, " as originally built, 
according to Essex;" drawn by the Rev. Tliomas Kerrich: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6759. fol. i:i3.] 

IVicw, in outline, of the east front of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : I f. 3 in. x lOi in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 3i7.] 

JView, in outline, of the galilcc or original south porch of Lin- 
, coin Cathedra) ; drawn by S. H. (jrimui, in Aug. 1784 ; 1 f. 
3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ;iis.] 

w, in outline, of the interior of the galilee porch of Lincoln 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 1 f. 8 in. 
X lOi in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. :ii9.] 

■, in outline, of the two chapels and the porch on the south 
ude of Lincoln Cathedral; drawn by S. II. Grimm: 1 f. 3 
in. X lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. aa*.] 

w, in Indian ink, of Bishop Longland's monumental chapel 
on the west side of the south porch of Lincoln Cathedral ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 3 iu. x lOJ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 3W.] 

View, in outline, of the inner front of Bishop Russell's chapel 
on the lefl of the south porch in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 3 in, x lOi in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. »t.] 

Iketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in Bishop 
Russell's chapel in Lincoln Cathedral; drawn by the Rev. 
"'homas Keirich : 6 in. x 4 in. {Add. 6748. fol. ii.] 

■Tiew,in Indian ink, of the entrance to the prison chamber, under 
the north-west tower of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 3*7.] 

■ Two drawings, in Indian ink, of inscriptions in the upper 
south transept of Lincoln Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm, 
Aug. 26, 1791: each lOj iu. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, itb, 
6.] 

tetches, in pen and ink, of various architectural details of 
Lincoln Cathedral, with notes ; by Jamee Essex : each 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. s8-«.] 

3o2 



468 LIK00LN8HIRE. 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of the circular south 
window of a transept in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by James 
Essex : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6768. p. iso.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two windows at the south end of 
Lincoln Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm: 10^^ in. x 7j in. 
[P. M. Eaye, ii. 3««,] 

View, in Indian ink, of an arch, with paintings of four bishops, 
on the side towards the east, in the upper north transept of 
Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct 1784 : 
1 f . 3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R. Eaye, it. 321.] 

Thirty sketches, in pen and ink, of doors, capitals, arches, 
mouldings, windows, and various architectural details, of 
Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich, in 
1799: each 7 in. x 4 J in. ^Add. 6750. ff. 7d-i03. 109, no.] 

Twenty-four sketches, in pen and ink, containing plan and de- 
tails of windows, arches, and other portions of Lincoln Ca- 
thedral ; drawn in 1798, by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [_Add. 6751. ff. 114-126. 1S5-146.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of arches, columns, etc., in Lin- 
coln Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. ff, 84-88.] 

Six sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of circular windows 
in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 8 in. X 7 in. [Add. 6743. ff. 28, 29. 35. 44. 33. 88.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a basso-relievo on the southern re- 
turn of the old original west end of Lincoln Cathedral ; by 
S. H. Grimm: lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, n. 3^*3.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a " runic knot," on the great west 
door of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 2 in. X 2 in. [Add. 6740. fol. 57.] 

Twenty -three drawings, in outline, of statues within arches [on 
the screen ?] of Lincoln Catliedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
each lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R, Kaye, 11. 439-161.] 

Seventy-seven outline drawings, by S. H. Grimm, of the misereres 
or carved wooden seats of the prebendal stalls, etc., in Lin- 
coln Cathedral : each 1(4 in. x 8J in. [P. -R. Kaye, i. 4-9. 

15, 16. 37. 39. ; II. 296, 297. 462-526.] 

View, in outline, of the monuments of the Prior of Necton Wim- 
bish, Abbot of Crowland,and Nicolas, Lord Cantelupe, in the 
south chancel of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Aug. 1784 : 1 f. 8 in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 344.] 



IIMCOLNBHIRE. 409 

I' View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Henry Beat, on the 
north-east side of a piliar in the chancel, near the south porch, 
in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1784 : 
lOj^ in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ase.] 

[ View, in outline, of the monuments of Bishop Burgherst, or 
Bnrgwash, and Robert, Lord Badlesmere, to the left of the 
east window in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in July, 1784: I f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 33o.] 

I View, in outline, of the south side of the monuments of Bishop 
Burgherst, or Burgwash, and Robert, Lord Badlesmere, in 
Lincoln Cathedral, shewing the place where the bowels of 
Queen Eleanor are buried ; drawn in Aug, 1784, by S. H. 
Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 11 in. [P. ff. Kaye, ii. :m.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monumental iignre of Bishop 
Burgherst, in Lincoln Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. 
X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 333.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of a monument in the chancel, on the south 
eide of the head of Bishop Burgherst's monument, in Lincoln 
Cathedral, and of the moaumen I of Mrs. Pownal! ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784 : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 349.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the buttress at the bead of the monu- 
ment of Bishop Burgherst in Lincoln Cathedral, erroneously 
pretended to be a monument of Queen Eleanor; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOi in. x 7^^ in. [P. R, Kaye, 

II. 331.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of .\nn Curwen, on the 
south side of a pillar near the south porch in Lincoln Ca- 
thedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784 : lOj in. x 7i 
in. [P. S. Kaye, ii. sso.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Bishop Fleming, on 
the north wall of the chancel in Lincoln Cathedral; drawn 
by S. H, Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii, 3'J9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Dean Fuller, over the 
decayed monument of Dean Cole, under the centre of the 
east window in Lincoln Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1784 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 3+i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the situation of the leaden coffin of 
Bishop Gravesend, under its stone in the south transept of 
the choir in Lincoln Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
lOj in. X 7i in. [P. S. Kaye, ii. 335.] 



470 LINCOLNSHIRR, 

View, in Indian ink, of the ekelelon of Bishop Gravcsend, a 
seen in his lead coffin in the south transept of Lincoln 1 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, Aug. 26, 1791 : lOj in. 
X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 336.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the fragments of the chalice, cro- 
sier, ring, etc., found in the leaden coffin of Bishop Graves- 
end, in Lincoln Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm, 26 Aug. 1791 : | 
lOiin. x7iin. [P. ^. Kaye, ii. 337.] | 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of a cup with its cover of silver gilt, 
and a gold ring, found in the grave of a bishop in Lincoln | 
Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOJ in. 
X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 366.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of William Gylby, on 
the south of the great east window in Lincoln Cathedral ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1784 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ii. 353,] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Mrs. Mary Hill, on 
the second pillar of the south side of the chancel, opposite 
the chapel of Bishop Russell, in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ir. 354.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Dean Honywood, be- 
hind the altar in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1784: lOj in. x 71 in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 343.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument over the grave of St 
Hugh, or the crncilied child, in the south aisle of the choir of 
Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, Aug. 27, 1791 : 
lOj in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 358.] 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of the ornaments on the arms of the 
altar monument of Sl Hugh, in the south aisle of Lincoln 
Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm: lOj^ in. x 7i in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. sag.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the situation of the stone coffin of St. 
Hugh, under the screen of the south transept of the choir in \ 
Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimro, 25 Aug. 1791 : 
lOj in. X 7\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. sso.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the stone coffin of St. Hugh, in Lincoln ^ 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOi in. x 7jin. [P.R. 
Kaye, 11. 361.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the hole and grooves iu the stone coffin 
of St. Hugh, iu Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
95 Aug. 1791 : lOJ in. x ^\ in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 36«.] 



LINCOLNBHIRE. 471 

View, in Indian ink, of the slieleloii of Si, Hugh, in his stone 
coffin and lead wrapper, in tlie south aisle of the choir of 
Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimni, 25 Aug. 1791 : 
lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 363.] 

Drawing, in Indian inlt, of the skull of St. Hugh, in Lincoln 
Cathedral; by S. H. Grimm: lOi in. x 74 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, II. 364.] 

View, in outline, of the monument of St. Remigius, in the choir 
of Lincoln Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1786: 1 
f. 3 in. X lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ass.] 

I View, in outline, of a monument iu Lincoln Cathedral, inscribed 
" S. Richardus;" drawn by S. H. Grimm: 1 f. 3 in. x 10^ 
in. [P. R. Kay^ n. 357.] 

I'iew, in Indian ink, of the monumeot of Elizabeth Scrope, 
under the lesser east window on the north side of Lincoln 
Cathedral ; drawn by S. H". Grimm, in Sept. 1784.: 10^ in. 
X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, il. 35i.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of the monument of Bishop Smith, 
founder of Brazenose College, Oxford, on the north aide of 
the great west door iu Lincoln Cathedral ; by S. H. Grimm : 
lOi in. X 7i in. [_P. R. Kaye, ii. SJi.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the skeleton and remains of an arch- 
deacon of Slow, in the south transept of Lincoln Cathedral; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, 26 Aug. 1791 : lOj in. x 7J in. 
\P. R. Kaye, ii. sse.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of a pewter chalice found in the Arch- 
deacon of Stow's grave in Lincoln Cathedral ; by S. H, 
Grimm, 26 Aug. 1791 : lOi in. x 74 in. \P, R. Kaye, ii. 

339.] 

View, in Indianink, of themonumeat of CathenueSwinfordand 
her daughter, the wife and daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke 
of Lancaster, in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. U. Grimm : 
1 f. 3 iu. X 104 in- L^- H- Kaye, ii. 3+5.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Sir Talboy, in 

the east coraer of the south wall of the great transept in Lin- 
coln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOj 
in. X 74 in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 3a&.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Moses Terry and Ann 
Hastings, on the north side of the great east window in Lincoln 
Cathedral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1784: 10^ in. 
X 7t in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. J.is.] 



472 LINCOLNSHIRE. 

View, in Indian ink, of the monument of Leo, Lord Wells, in 
the north wall of the chancel of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 8 in. x lOj in. [P. K. 
Kaye, ii. S46.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the monumental figure of Leo, Lord 
Wells, in Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 
1784 : lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 347.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a monument on the east side of a pillar 
in the chancel opposite the south porch in Lincoln Cathe- 
dral; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOJ in. x 7i 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 348.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a carved stone coffin in the upper north 
transept of Lincoln Cathedral ; drawn ]|y S. H. Grimm, in 
Oct, 1784. [P. R, Kaye, ii. 365.] 

North view, in Indian ink, of the chapter house, and part of 
the cathedral, at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 
1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x 7 J in. [P. -R, Kaye, ii. 368.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chapter house at Lincoln ; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x iO\ in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 367.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the interior of the chapter house at Lin- 
coin : drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj- 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 369,] 

Plan, in pen and ink, of the groining of the roof of the chapter 
house of Lincoln Cathedral; dra^m by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6737. fol. is.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, arches, groining, etc., 
in the chapter house at Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [^Add. 6751. ff. 130~134.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the episcopal chair, etc., in the chapter 
house at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 
lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 37i.] 

Front view, in Indian ink, of the old episcopal chair in the 
chapter house at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 
1784 : \{^ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 372.] 

View, in Indian ink, of some buildings near the chapter house 
at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOj in. x 7j in. [P. 
R. Kaje, ii. 37o.] 

A south view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of the bishop^s 
palace at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm^ in Aug. 1784 : 
1 f. 3 in. X 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. ars.] 



LINCOLN^tRIRE. 473 

I A view, iti Indian ink, of the ruins of the lower in the bishop's 
palace at Liocoln, near the enlrance ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: 
lOJ in. X j in. [A xix. 30. w.] 

L View, in Indian ink, of the gateway tower in the ruins of the 
bishop's palace at Lincoln ; drawn by S, H. Grimm, in July, 
1784 : 1 f. 3 in. X 10^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 374.] 

I Plan, in pen and ink, of the hall in the old palace at Lincoln ; 
drawn by James Esiiex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 676S. p. »4.] 

L View, in Indian ink, of the porch or great entrance on the west 
ade of the hall in the bishop's palace at Lincoln ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Jnly, 1784 : 10^ iu. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

n. 377.] 

j- A view, in Indian ink, of the interior of the niina of the hall of 

the bishop's palace at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10^ 

in- X 7i in. [flr xix. so. w.] 
I Tiew, in Indian ink, of the skreen in the hall of the bishop's 

palace at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 

1 {. 3 in. X lOi in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. srs.] 
I View, in Indian ink, of an arch on the west side of the bishop's 

palace at Lincoln; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 

lOj in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 376.] 
f Two sketches, In pen and ink, of an arch and details of "what 

is called Uie Old Palace," at Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. 

Thomas Kerrich: each 7 in. x 4j in. \_Add. 6750. S, tor, 

lOB.] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the gateway called Wolsey's Tower, 
and of the ancient part of the court-yard of the deanery at 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7i in. [* xi.x. 
30. cc] 

I A view, in Indian ink, of the gateway in Lincoln Close, called 
the Chequer; drawn byS. H. Grimm: lOJ in. x 7^^ in. [ft 
SIX, 30. ee.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of a gateway in Lincoln Close, called the 

Chequer; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784; 1. f. 3 in. 

X 7jin. [P.R. Kaye, II. 3t;6.] 
I A Boutb view, in Indian ink, of the deanery of Lincoln ; drawn 

byS. H.Grimm, 16 July, 1784; 1 f. 3 in. x lOJ in. [P.fl. 

Kaye, ii. 380.] 

I Drawing, in Indian ink, of a stone head in the wall on the out- 
side of the gateway of the deanery at Lincoln ; by S, H. 
Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOj in. x 7* in. [P. ;;. Kaye, ii.SBi.] 



474- LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Drawings, in Indian ink, of two carved stone brackets io the 
gateway of the deanery at Lincoln, and of a coat of arms over 
the gateway in the court-yard; by S. H. Grimm : 10]|^ in, x 

, . 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 382.] 

View, in Indian ink, of '^ an old house formerly a chauntry, then 
for some time the dwelling of the chancellors,^ near the 
deanery at Lincoln ; drawn by S. U. Grimm : 10^ in. x 7\ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 385.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the chancellor's house in the Close at 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. 
X lOj in. [P. R. Kaye, if. 384.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the houses of the sub-dean and precentor 
in Lincoln Close ; drawn by S. H. Gjrimm : 1 f 3 in. x 7^ 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 383.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the north front of the vicar's college, the 
chantry, the vicar's and palace gates, at Lincoln ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : 1 f. 3 in. x lOj in, [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 39i.'] 

A norlh view, in Indian ink, of the vicai's college at Lincoln, 
with the palace gate and old chantry ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm : lOj^ in. x 7j in. [* xix. 3o. <»,] 

South view, in Indian ink, of the vicar's college at Lincoln ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 1 f . 3 in. x lOj- in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 393.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the inner court of the vicar's college at 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 29 Sept. 1788: lOJ in. x 
7j in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. J94.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in the vicar's 
court at Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. 
X 4 in. [Add, 6747. fol. ii9.] 

View, in Indian ink, of St. Giles' Hospital, north of Liucoln 
Close; drawn by S. H» Grimm, in 1786: lOj in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 39o.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an ancient gravestone found near Lin- 
coln Close ; drawn by S. H. Gnmm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. 
R. Kaye, ii. c>9i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Glass Gate, and part of the Roman wall 
in Broad Gate Street, Lincoln; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1784 : lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 4J6.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of Glass Gate at Lincoln, with part of 
the adjacent Romaii wall ; drawn by S. H. Grimm: lOj in. 
X 7 J in. [* XIX. 30. dd.] 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 475 

View, in Indian ink, of the remains of the Roman south gate, 
near the Chequer, in Linicoln Close ; draWn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Sept. 1784 : IQjin. x 7^ in. [P. M, Kaye, n. 387.] 

Sketch, in Indian ink, of the remains of an arch in Lincoln 
south gate, as seen in a barber's house ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOj in. x 7^^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

417.J 

View, in Indian ink, of Newport Gate, the north gate of the 
Romans, at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 ; 
lOi" in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. iip.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a fragment of the Roman north wall, in a 
close near Newport Gate, at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, 
in Oct. 1784 : 10^ in. x 7i in. [jP. R, Kaye, ii. 435.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of the Roman gate at Lincoln ; 
drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6768. pp. 

46, 47,] 

View, in Indian ink, of a fragment of a Roman building, called 
the Mint, a little to the north-east of the Castle at Lincoln ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784: lOj- in. x 7j in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 434.] 

A general plan, in pen and ink, of Lincoln Castle ; drawn by 
tlie Rev. Thomas Kerrich: 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6751. fol. 

1«7.] 

General plan, in pen and ink, of Lincoln Castle ; drawn, in 1798, 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 7 in. [Add. 6735. 
fol. 129.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the keep of the Castle at Lincoln ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in July^ 1784 : 10^^ in. x 7J in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 378.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the arch of a gateway towards the north 
comer of the west wall of Lincoln Castle ; drawn by S. H. 
Grimm, in Sept. 1784: lOj in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

37^.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the arch of the gate in Lincoln 
Castle ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. 

p. -232.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Bene- 
dict or Bennet, Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1784 : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 399.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of some details of St Benedicts 
Church at Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
7 in. X 4J in. [Add. 6750. fol. ui.] 

3 r -2 



476 LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the tracery of windows in St. 
Benedict's Church at Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Eerrich: each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 67^7. ff. 69. n. 131.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the tracery of a window in the soutli 
aisle of St. Benedict's Church at Lincoln; drawn by the 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 47.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Botolph's Church at 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: 10} in. x 
7j- in. [P. R. ICaye, ii. 398.] 

Sketch, in outline, of a sepulchral cross and sword in Giles- 
gate Church, Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7 in. x 5 
in. [P. R, Kaye, ii. 4io.] 

* 

Sketch, in outline, of an ancient chest in Gilesgate Church, 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 7 in. x 5 in. [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 409.] 

North view, in Indian ink, of old St, Mark'^s Church, Lincoln ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOj in. x 7} in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 395.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of the new church of St. 
Mark, Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 396.] 

A south-east view, in Indian ink, of St. Martin'*s Church at 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 10|- in. x 
7 J in, [P. R. Kaye, ii. 39r.] 

A north-west view, in Indian ink, of the church and water con- 
duit of St. Mary's at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Aug. 1784: lOj in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 405.] 

Plan and details, in pen and ink, of St. Mary's Church at Lin- 
coln ; drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 

6768. pp. 43-45,] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of arches in St. Mary's Church at 
Lincoln ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. x 4j| 
in. [Add. 6750. fol. m.] 

A north-east view, in Indian ink, of the water conduit near 
St Mary's Church, in the High Street, Lincoln : drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOJ in. x 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 406.] 

A south-west view, in Indian ink, of St. Paul's Church, Lin- 
coln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: lOj- in. x 7J 
in. [P. P. Kaye, ii. loo.] 



LI.NCOLMSHtRE. 477 

iDrawings, in Indian ink, of the carved stone lieads on the 
windows of the south side of St. Paul's Church, Lincoln ; 
by S. H. Grimm, Oct. 1784 : lOj in. x Tj in. [P. R. Kaye, 

n. ^o^.l 

A south-east view of new St. Paul's Church, Lincoln ; drawn 

by S. H. Grimm : 10^ in. x 1\ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. loi.] 
A Bouth-west view of St. Peter's in the Arches at Lincoln ; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1784 : lOj in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 403.] 

I A Bouth-west view, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Peter's 
in the East at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1784 ; lOj^ in. x 7j in. \P. R. Kaye, ii. 404.] 

\ South-west view, in Indian ink, of the church of St. Peter's in 
the Goles, with an adjoining old building, " whose former 
use is variously reported;" drawn by S, H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1784 : lOJ in. X 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. m.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of the court- yard of the old house near St. 
Peter's in the Gotes, Lincoln, " pretended by some to have 
been the stables of John of Gaunt, by some a religious house, 
and by others the old Town Hall and a prison : that Lord 
Hussey was beheaded under the south window for having 
joined the holy pilgrimage in the time of Henry VII." 
[Henry VIII., a.d. 1536]; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 
1784: lOi in. X 7j in. [P. R. Kaye, il. 413.] 

[ View, in Indian ink, of part of the pretended house of John of 
Gaunt at Lincoln; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: 
lOj in. X 7i in. {P. R. Kaye, ii. 4ii.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of a bow window on the south end of the 
pretended house of John of Gaunt at Lincoln; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOj in. x 7i in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 415.] 

r View, in Indian ink, of the house of Colonel Bromhead, " next 
to the pretended house of John of Gaunt, said to be the 
oldest brick house in Lincoln ; " drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 
Oct 1784 : lOi^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, li. 4i6.] 

I View, in Indian ink, of the Norman gateway of the old house 
near the church of St. Peter's in the Gotes ; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOj^ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 41..] 

[^View, in Indian ink, of the Freeschool, and ruin of St. 
Swithin's Church, near the Roman wall, Broadgate Street, 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in .\ug. 1784 : 10) in. x 
7} in. [p. R. Kaye, II. 40?.] 



478 LIKCOLNSlBDlE. 

View, in Indian ink, of the vault ^ contaiiling eight pillars in 
different apartments,*' in the Charity School under the Free- 
school, at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Ghrimtn, in Sept. 1784 : 
10 J in. X 7J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 408.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the stone bow, or arch, in High Street, 
Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct 1784 : 10^ in. x 
7J- in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 4i8.] 

South view, in Indian ink, of Pottergate, Lincoln Close; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in 1786 : loj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, n. 389.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of a Norman house on the hill at Lin- 
coln, said to have been anciently a synagogue; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm : 10} in. x 7) in. [d? xix. so. aa.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a Norman building on the hill at Lin- 
coln, said to have beeii formerly a synagogue; drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 420.] 

View, in pen and ink, with various architectural details, of 
*^ what they call the Jew*s House, at Lincoln ;'' drawn by 
the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 7 in. x 4^ in. [Add. 6750. 

ff. 104-106.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an old house opposite Close Gate, Lin- 
coln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: lOj in. x 7^- 
in. [P. -R. Kaye, ii. S88.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an ancient carved recess in the north 
wall of a hall in, a house situated in a court near the north 
gate of Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1788 : 10|- 
in. x 7j in. [P, R. Kaye, ii. 4Ji.] 

View, in Indian ink, of a house on the water side at Lincoln, 
^' called the old hospitid, for having been seven years a tem- 
porary hospital; the inside shews that it originally was a 
gentleman's house, and seems by the ornaments to have 
been built about the time of Queen Elizabeth ; '' drawn by 
S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784 : 10^ in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, 

II. 437.] 

View, in Indian ink, of the procession from the Almonry to the 
Chapel, at Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 1 f. 6 in. x 10 
in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 4Jj.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of an ancient carved stone, with part 
of a figure, found near Lincoln ; drawn by S. H. Grimm : 
lOj in. X 7i in. [P. R, Kaye, li. «4.] 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 479 

Three sketches, in Indian ink, of an ancient ring found in a 
church-yard at LincQln; dra)vn. by S. H. Grimoiy in Sept 
1784: lOj" in. x 7 J in. [P. 5. Kaye, ii. 423.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of a religious house and 
chapel, called Monks Abbey, at the south-east of Lincoln; 
drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Aug. 1784: 10^. in. x 7^ in. 
[P. R. Kaye, n. 528.] 

A view, in Indian ink, of the ruins of Monks . Abbey, near 
Lincoln; drawn by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7 J in, [P. R. 
Kaye, ii. 52r.] 

Five sketches, in pen and ink, of windows and architectural de- 
tails of Louth Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 
each 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6752. (F. 75-79. 83.] 

Sketch and plan, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the 
aisles of Louth Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Ker- 
rich : 6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6748. fol. 36.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the clear story 
of the nave of Louth Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6747. fol. 67."] 

Twenty-one sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, arches, 
with plans of mouldings, and measurements of various archi* 
tectural details, of Mumby Church ; drawn by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 iu. [Add. 6752. ff. 29. 6., so. 

48. 57-74.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of the great door of Mumby Church ; drawn 
by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6738. 

fol. 108. b.] 

View, in Indian ink, of part of the Roman aqueduct near Nettle- 
ham; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784: 10} in. x 7j"in. 
[P. R. Kaye, ii. 529.] 

Profile and details, in Indian ink, of the Roman aqueduct near 
Nettleham ; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Oct. 1784 : 10 J in. x 
7 J in. [P. -R. Kaye, ii. o3o.] 

Drawing, in Indian ink, of the fragment of a pipe of the Roman 
aqueduct near Nettleham ; by S. H. Grimm : 10 J in. x 7| 
in. [P. -R. Kaye, ii. 53i.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Newark Church ; 
drawn by James Essex : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6769. pp. 

«28. 231.] 

View, in outline, of Ponton, (near Grantham,) and the Roman 
camp; drawn by S. H. Grimm, in Sept. 1788 : lOJ in. x 74 
in. [P. R. Kaye, 11. 53«.] 



480 LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Eleven sketches, in pen and ink, of windows, doors, font, and 
architectural details, of Sleaford Church ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich, in Aug. 1825 : each 6 in. x 4 in. {_Add. 

6754. ff. 95-104. 106.] 

Sketches, in pen and ink, of windows in Sleaford Church; 
drawn by James Essex : 7 in. x 4^ in. [AM. 6770. p. 32.] 

Plan of the mouldings of one of the windows of Sleaford Church; 
drawn by James Essex : 4 in. x 3 in. [Add. 6768. p. sos.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of part of the north porch of Spalding 
Church ; drawn by James Essex : 6 in. x 4 in. [Add, 6769. 
p. 191.] 

Seven sketches, in pen and ink, of the windows of Spalding 
Church; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6751. ff. «55-26i.] 

View, in Indian ink, of an old building at Spittle ; drawn by S. 
H. Grimm, in Sept. 1792 : lOj in. x 7 J in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. 

533.] 

*^ Plan de Stanford ;^ being a colored plan, drawn about 1650, by 
a French artist, on a scale of 100 paces to If inch: 2 f> 
X I f. 6 in. [Add. 11,564. art. lo.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the steeple of St. Mary^s Church at 
Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 5 in. x 3 in. 
[Add. 6742. fol. 15.] 

Sketch, in pencil, of a round window in the steeple of St. Mary's 
Church at Stamford ; drawn by F. M. Kerrich, 19 July, 1825: 
6 in. X 4 in. [Add. 6756. fol. sir.] 

Four drawings, in pencil, of the monument of a knight unknown 
in St. Mary's Church at Stamford; by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6728. ff. i63, 164.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a doorway, with details, at St. Mary's 
HiU, at Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 7 in. 
X 4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. 6.] 

Two sketches, in pen and ink, of a doorway, etc., in St. 
Leonard's Church at Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas 
Kerrich : each 6 in. x 4 in. [Add. 6754. ff. its, 1S3.] 

Three sketches, in pen and ink, of the ornaments of arches in 
St. Leonard's Church at Stamford ; drawn by the Rev. 
Thomas Kerrich : each 6 in. x 5 in. [Add. 6744. ff. 16-18.] 

View, in Indian ink, of Brazen Nose Gate, at Stamford; drawn 
by S. H. Grimm, in July, 1784 : lOJ in. x 7J in. [P. R. 
Kaye, 11. 5r>5.] 



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Drawing of the knocker on the Brazen Nose Gate at Stamford ; 
by S. H. Grimm : lOJ in. x 7^ in. [P. R. Kaye, ii. v^.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of a south-west view of Stow Church ; 
drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 4 in. x 3 in. \^Add. 
6742. fol. 7.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of one of the windows of the chance) of 
Stow Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 
4 in. [Add. 6742. fol. s.] 

Sketch, in pen and ink, of the great west window of Sutterton 
Church ; drawn by the Rev. Thomas Kerrich : 6 in. x 4 in. 
[Add. 6751. fol. 262.] 

A view, in Indian ink, at Thornton ; drawn by S. H. Grinnn : 
1 f. 3 in. X lOJ in. [P. R, Kayo, ii. 639.] 

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