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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 3, South west

The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the south west part of the city. As well as covering ecclesiastical and secular monuments, particular attention is paid to vernacular architecture in the Micklegate area.

RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1972.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Frontispiece: Church of All Saints, North Street, Window I
List of Commissioners iv
List of Illustrations v-xvii
The Royal Warrant xix-xxi
Report xxiii-xxv
Abbreviations Used in the Text xxvi-xxvii
Plan of York xxviii
City of York, South-West of the Ouse xxix-xxxvi
Sectional Preface: History of York and Religious Buildings xxxvii-lx
Sectional Preface: Secular Buildings lxi-cv
Earthworks and Allied Structures and Cultivation Systems 1-3
Ecclesiastical Buildings 3-48
Secular Buildings: Miscellaneous 48-68
Secular Buildings: Micklegate 68-96
Secular Buildings: Miscellaneous 96-122
Topographical List of Houses Built Between 1800 and 1850 123-130
Chronological List of Houses Built Between 1800 and 1850 131
Armorial Index of Royal and Other Heraldry 132-133
Glossary 134-139
Index 141-158
Plate 1: Aerial Views of York 1
Plate 2: York in 1675 and 1731 2
Plate 3: York in 1718 and 1743 3
Plate 4: Dringhouses Manor, by Samuel Parsons, 1624 4
Plate 5: Micklegate Ward Stray, by John Lund junior, 1772 5
Plate 6: Acomb, White Row, 17th-Century Plan 6
Plate 7: Blossom Street in 1802 and 1812 7
Plate 8: York from S.W., by Nathaniel Whittock, 1858 8
Plate 9: Church of the Holy Trinity, The Trinity, 15th century 9
Plate 10: Church of St. Mary Bishophill Junior. Church of St. Martin-cum-Gregory 10
Plate 11: Church of All Saints, North Street. Church of St. Mary, Castlegate 11
Plate 12: Church of the Holy Trinity. Church of St. Martin-cum-Gregory 12
Plate 13: Church of St. Martin-cum-Gregory. Church of St. Mary Bishophill Senior 13
Plate 14: Archways 14
Plate 15: Medieval Church Details 15
Plate 16: Windows 16
Plate 17: Roofs 17
Plate 18: Architectural Details 18
Plate 19: Altar Tomb and Misericorde 19
Plate 20: Masonry Tooling 20
Plate 21: Bells and Bell-Frame 21
Plate 22: Benefactors' and Lord Mayors' Tables 22
Plate 23: Breadshelves etc. 23
Plate 24: Candlesticks and Fire Buckets 24
Plate 25: Pre-Conquest Carved Stones 25
Plate 26: Pre-Conquest and Later Carved Stones 26
Plate 27: Coffin Lids and Floor Slabs 27
Plate 28: Font Covers 28
Plate 29: Stained Glass Details 29
Plate 30: Stained Glass Details 30
Plate 31: Stained Glass 31
Plate 32: Monuments 32
Plate 33: Monuments 33
Plate 34: Monuments 34
Plate 35: Monuments and Brasses 35
Plate 36: Floor Slabs 36
Plate 37: Church Plate 37
Plate 38: Pulpits 38
Plate 39: Sculpture 39
Plate 40: Sculpture 40
Plate 41: Royal Arms 41
Plate 42: Woodwork. Carvings 42
Plate 43: Woodwork. Carvings 43
Plate 44: Woodwork. Furniture 44
Plate 45: Rowntree's Park, Memorial Gates 45
Plate 46: Houses 46
Plate 47: Houses 47
Plate 48: Timber Framing 48
Plate 49: Timber Framing 49
Plate 50: Roof Construction 50
Plate 51: 17th-Century Details 51
Plate 52: Houses 52
Plate 53: Houses 53
Plate 54: Backs of Houses 54
Plate 55: Backs of Houses 55
Plate 56: Holgate Road, Holgate House. Skeldergate, John Carr's House 56
Plate 57: Bishophill, Bishophill House. Skeldergate, Albion Chapel 57
Plate 58: Houses. 19th Century 58
Plate 59: Houses. 19th Century 59
Plate 60: Houses. 19th Century 60
Plate 61: 18th-Century Details 61
Plate 62: Entrance Doorways 62
Plate 63: Entrance Doorways 63
Plate 64: Entrance Doorways 64
Plate 65: Entrance Doorways 65
Plate 66: Internal Doorways 66
Plate 67: Internal Doorways 67
Plate 68: Internal Doorways. Early 19th Century 68
Plate 69: Panelled Rooms etc. 69
Plate 70: Fireplace 70
Plate 71: Fireplaces 71
Plate 72: Fireplaces 72
Plate 73: Fireplaces 73
Plate 74: Fireplaces 74
Plate 75: Fireplaces 75
Plate 76: Fireplaces 76
Plate 77: 18th-Century Ceilings 77
Plate 78: 18th-Century Cornices 78
Plate 79: 19th-Century Cornices 79
Plate 80: Ironwork 80