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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 4: Outside the City Walls East of the Ouse (1975), pp. 99-111. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=125825 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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INDEX

Abbey of St. Mary, see St. Mary's Abbey.

Abbots, of St. Mary's Abbey
-, Boothe, Thomas, (11) 30a.
-, Clement, xliii, (4) 4a.
-, Gilling, John de, (4) 4a, 11b, 12b, 13a.
-, Longchamp, Robert, xliii, (4) 4a, 12b.
-, Malton, Benedict of, (4) 12a.
-, " Thomas de, (4) 6a.
-, Sever or Senhouse, William, (4) 6a, (11) 30a.
-, Simon, (4) 11b.
-, Spofford, Thomas: xl; floor-slab of (?), (4) 23a, Fig. 26.
-, Warwick, Simon de, xxxix, (4) 3a, b, 4b, (11) 30a.

Abbot's House, xlviii, (11) 30a. See also King's Manor.

Abercromby, Robert, of London, silversmith, (7) 25a.

Acaster, Rev. John, house of, (164) 77b.

" Malbis Charity Trust, land purchased by, (67) 64b.

Adam and Eve, representation of (brass), (7) 25a.

Aelia Severa, reused coffin of, xxvii, n. 1.

Agar, Seth, grocer, site bought by, (90) 68a.

Alan, Count of Brittany, Earl of Richmond, church given to Benedictine monks by, (4) 3a, (9) 25b.

Albert or Athelberht, Archbishop, xxviii.

Alcuin, York described by, xxviii.

Allen
-, ..., monument, early 19th-century, (7) 25a.
-, Oswald, surgeon, site laid out by, (222) 83a.

All Saints, churches of: on site of Cattle Market, xxxviii; Pavement, 12th-century archway probably from, xlv.

Almery Garth, (254) 86b, Fig. 76, p. 87.

Almonry, see St. Mary's Abbey, Claustral Buildings.

Almshouses: xlix; (23) 49b, Fig. 45, p. 50; (26) 51b, Fig. 47, p. 52; Pl. 79.

Andrews, G. T., report on bridge by, (16) 47a.

Angels, representations of (stone), (9) 29a, Pl. 52.

Angle Bracket, mediaeval, xlv.

Anonimalle Chronicle, xxxix, (4) 3a, 13a.

Apollo Street, No. 1, (144) 75a.

Apostles, representations of (stone), xlii, (4) 23a, 24a, Pls. 31–3, 36, 37.

Archbishop Holgate's School, school amalgamated with, (28) 53a.

Archbishop's Palace, Bishopthorpe, church plate from, (6) 24b.

Archer, James, see Artists and Surveyors.

Architects
-, Atkinson
-,-, John Bownas and William: lv; buildings designed by, (11) 37a; (12) 45a; (22) 49a; (25) 51b; (29) 53b; (105) 69b, Pls. 99, 128; (294) (297) (298) 92b, Pl. 103, Fig. 81; (300) 94a.
-,-, Peter, junior: lv; bridge designed by, (17) 47a; plans by, 76a.
-,-, " senior: 1, lv; bridge designed by, (18, 47a; buildings designed by, (24) 51a; (44) 60a, Pl. 87.
-,-, Thomas: lv; style favoured by, (70) 65a, Pl. 91.
-,-, W., (13) 45b.
-, Bevans, John, (24) 51a.
-, Brierley, Walter, (11) 37a.
-, " Leckenby and Keighley: lv; original drawings preserved by, (12) 45a; (22) 49a; (105) 69b.
-, Carr, John: l, lv; buildings designed by, xlix, (21) 47b, Pl. 77; (30) 53b, Fig. 48; (42) 58a; (possibly), (45) 60a, Pl. 88; idiom of, (68) 64b.
-, Demaine and Brierley, (22) 49a.
-, Doyle, Francis, (9) 27b.
-, Etty, William, (13) 36b.
-, Feilden, B. M., (11) 43b.
-, Feilden and Mawson, (11) 37a.
-, Harper, John: xlix; lv; (29) (31) 53b.
-, Johnson, James, (14) 46b.
-, Jones, George Fowler: (9) 27b; house occupied by, (269) 89a.
-, Matthew, Robert, Johnson-Marshall and Partners, (11) 37a.
-, Pritchett, J. P.: (10) 29a; (12) 44a.
-, Sanders, John, (14) 46b.
-, Sharp, R. H.: (12) 44a; 76a.
-, Taylor, E., (13) 45b.
-, Thornton, William: xlvii; monument 1721, (9) 29a.
-, Wilkins, William, R.A.: xlix; (12) 44a.

Arinbjorn, House of, xxxii.

Arlington Cottage, house formerly known as, (182) 79a.

Arrow Slits
-, 14th-century, (4) 14b, 17b, 18b, 20a.
-, 15th-century, (4) 21b, Fig. 2, p. xii.

Artists and Surveyors
-, Archer, James: xxxix; (4) 5b, 15b; (11) 35b.
-, Bewlay, R., (11) 36b.
-, Brown, H., Pl. 82.
-, Cattle, (4) 21a.
-, Cave, Henry, xlix.
-, Cooper, Robert: (164) 77b; (195) (196) (197) 80a; (223) 83a.
-, Cussins, John, (4) 5b.
-, Dighton, R., (36) 54b.
-, Dillon, C.: (4) 21a; (36) 54b.
-, Etty, William, R.A.: xlvii; table tomb 1849, (9) 29a.
-, Halfpenny, Joseph: xlix; house occupied by, (127) 73b.
-, Haynes, John, xlix.
-, Horsley, Benedict: (4) 5b; (11) 36a.
-, Lodge, William: xlix; (4) 10a, Pl. 2.
-, Nicholson, George, xlix.
-, Place, Francis: xlix; (4) 5b, 18b; (11) 32a, 43b; Pl. 18; part of building occupied by, (11) 36b.
-, Poole, James, (9) 27b.
-, Price, (4) 21a.
-, Richards, Jacob, (11) 35b.
-, Smith, A., (11) 32a.
-, Speed, John: xxxviii; (4) 5b, 6b; (11) 34a.
-, Storey, J., Pl. 24.
-, White, Francis, (255) 87a.
-, Whittock, N.: (4) 37b; (145) 75b.

Asylum Cottage, (143) 75a.

Athelstan, Danish castrum destroyed by, xxxv.

Atkinson
-, John Bownas and William, see Architects.
-, Peter, junior, see Architects.
-, " senior, see Architects.
-, Thomas, see Architects.
-, W., see Architects.

Attics, early use of, xlviii, (11) 41a.

Augmentations, Court of: collection of records by officers of, (4) 6b; damage caused by, (11) 31a; official of, (11) 30b.

Austewyk, Stephen de, sacrist, (4) 14b, 18a.

Balconies, see Cast-Iron and Ironwork.

Balusters, Balustrades, see Cast-Iron and Ironwork, also Staircases.

" flat, (250) 86a.

Barber and North, silversmiths, (8) 25b.

Bargeboard, 17th-century carved (fragment of), (252) 86b.

Barker
-, Oswald: property of, (78) 67a; site bought by, (79) 67a.
-, Mr., tenant, (11) 36b.

Barker Hill, xxxix.

Barker's Terrace, (79) 67a.

Barnett family, glaziers, glass probably by, (102) 69b.

Barstow, Thomas, house of, (147) 75b.

Basements, vaulted
-, 17th-century, (11) 43b, Pl. 73.
-, 19th-century, (10) 29b.

Basill, Simon, Surveyor of the King's Works, (11) 34a.

Bayeux, Archbishop Thomas of, xl.

Bay Horse: (271) 89a; icehouse behind, (272) 89a.

Bayldon, William, churchwarden, (9) 28b.

Bearpark, Christopher, churchwarden, (9) 28b.

Bearpark's Garden, (13) 45b.

Beckett, Joseph, silkweaver, house owned by, (278) 89b.

Beckwith
-, Colonel, the King's Manor under care of, (11) 35a.
-, Leonard, accounts of, (11) 30b.
-, Thomas, painter and antiquary, property of: (282) 90b; (283) 91a.

Bell, Thomas, bricklayer, (67) 64b.

Bellerby, William, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Belle Vue Cottage, house formerly called, (196) 80a.

" " House, (145) 75a, Pl. 104. See also liv.

Bell-founder, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Bell-frame, of uncertain date, (7) 25a.

Bells
-, 17th-century, (8) 25b.
-, 18th-century: (7) 25a; (9) 28b.

Benefactors' Tables, (9) 28b.

Benfield (?), Ema de, widow of Adam, of Morton in Cleveland, coffin lid of, (4) 22b.

Bevans, John, architect, (24) 51a.

Bewlay, R., surveyor, plan by, (11) 36b.

Bilton Street, 82b, Fig. 71.

Birch, William and Sons Ltd., builders and contractors, (11) 37a.

Bland, Henry, banker, house occupied by, (147) 75b.

Blue Bridge Lane, walling at, (5) 24b.

Bluecoat School for boys, premises formerly occupied by, (27) 53a.

Bootham, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii, xxxix, 54–63, Pl. 85, Fig. opp. p. 55.

" Garth, land known as, (67) 64b.

" Grange, (80) 67a.

" House, house formerly known as, (44) 60a.

" Lodge, (57) 63a, Pl. 90.

" Park, site of exhibition, (13) 45a.

" " Hospital,: xlix, (21) 47b, Pls. 77, 78; (24) 51a.

" School, property of: (42) 58a; (44) (45) 60a.

" Ward Stray, (3) 2a.

Boothe, Abbot Thomas, (11) 30a.

Boundary Stones: xxxvii; (3) 2a; (32) (33) (34) 54a; (306) 94b; effigy formerly used as, xlvi.

Bowls
-, Bronze, 7th-century: xxix; xxx.
-, Glass, 5th-century, xxvii.
-, Hanging, 7th-century, xxix.
-, Samian, site where found, (72) 66a.

Bowman, James, coal dealer and wheelwright, houses built by, (256) 87a.

Bramley Fall, stone from, xli.

Bricklayers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Bricks, 15th-century, (92) 68b. See also Brick-work; Building Materials, Brick and Houses.

Brick-work
-, 15th-century, (11) 21a, 39b, 40a.
-, 17th-century: (4) 19b; (11) 37b; (76) 66b, Pl. 85; (92) 68b; (249) 85b.
-, 18th-century, (38) 55a.
-, 19th-century: liv; (11) 39b; (21) 49a.
-, See also Building Materials, Brick and Houses.

Bridges
-, Castle Mills, (16) 47a.
-, Layerthorpe, (17) 47a.
-, Monk, (18) 47a.

Brierley, Walter, architect, (11) 37a.

" Leckenby and Keighley, see Architects.

Brinsley, Thomas, mason, (11) 34a.

Bronze
-, Bowls, 7th-century: xxix; xxx.
-, Mortar, 14th-century, (4) 23a, Pl. 44.

Brook, W. Harvey, reconstruction by, (4) 10b.

Brown
-, H., view by, Pl. 82.
-, Miss Mary, of Clifton, properties sold to, (235) 84a.

Buckle, Joseph, house built by, (261) 88a.

Builders and Contractors
-, Birch, William and Sons Ltd., (11) 37a.
-, Clough, Robert: l, lv; houses built by, (39) 55b; (128) 74a, Pl. 96.
-, Craven
-,-, H. and Sons, (17) 47a.
-,-, Messrs., (16) 47a.
-, Dalton, Christopher, (18) 47a.
-, King, Mr., (18) 47a.
-, Linfoot, Thomas, (25) 51b.
-, Lister, Joseph, (18) 47a.
-, Shaftoe, John, (285) 91a.

Building Materials
-, Brick: xlviii, xlix, 1, liv; see also Brick-work and Houses.
-,-, 15th-century: xlviii; (4) 6b; (11) 30a, 37b, 39a; (92) 68b.
-,-, 16th-century: (11) 32a, 40a, 41a.
-,-, 17th-century: xlix; (11) 41b, 42a; (23) 49b, 51a, Pl. 79
-,-, 18th-century: xlix; 1; (14) 46a, Pl. 80; (21) 48b, Pl. 78; (24) 51b; (27) 53a; (109) 71b; (127) 73b; (281) 90b.
-,-, 19th-century: liv; (10) 29b; (15) 47a; (19) (20) 47b; (21) 49a; (22) 49b; (25) 51b; (28) 53a; (29), 53b; (209) 81b; (272) 89a.
-, Pantiles: (11) 35b; (77) 67a; (123) 73a; (130) 74a; (139) 74b; (270) 89a; (273) 89a.
-, Plaster: (56) 63a.
-,-, Decorative, see Plasterwork and Ceilings.
-,-, Simulating Stone: xlviii; (11) 32a, 39a.
-, Slate, stone; (255) 87a.
-, " Westmorland, (21) 48b.
-, Stone: xxix; 1; (4) 4a, b; 13b, 18b; (5) 24b; (7) (8) 25a; (9) 27b, 28a, 29a; (11) 34b, 41a; (22) 49b; (29) (30) 53b; (41) 57a; (42) 58a; (45) 60a; (68) 64b; (70) 65b; (302) 94a.
-,-, Ashlar: (4) 10a, 14a, b, 16b, 17a, b, 19b; (7) 25a; (9) 25b; (11) 30a, b, 42b; (18) 47a; (20) 47b; (249) 86a.
-,-, Gritstone: xli (4) 7b, 8a, 10b, 15a; (18) 47b.
-,-, Limestone: (4) 7b, 14b, 22a; (9) 25b; (11) 30a, 42b; (12) 45a; (31) 54a.
-,-, Roche Abbey: (10) 29a.
-,-, Sandstone: (13) 45b.
-, Stucco: (23) 49b; (37) 54a; (43) 58a; (46) 61a; (47) 61b; (60) 64a; (69) 65a; (84) 67b; (94) 68b; (96) 69a; (102) 69b; (177) 78b; (186) 79b; (207) 80b; (218) (219) 82a; (287) 91a; (291) 91b.
-, Terracotta, xlviii, (11), 30a, 37b, 39a.
-, Timber: xxix, xxxii.
-, Timber Framing: (4) 13b, Fig. 17, p. 14; (11) 30a, 39b, 40a, b, Pls. 60, 62; (23) 51a, Fig. 46; (76) 66b, 67a; (78) 67a
-, See also Coade Stone, Composition Decoration.

Bull Lane, 76b.

Burgess, Anna 1792, John 1795, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Burgh, Dr. William, residence of, (46) 61a.

Burial Grounds, xxxv; see also Cemeteries.

Burials
-, Cremation: xxvii; xxviii.
-, Gypsum, xxvii.
-, In Wooden Coffins: xxx; (1) 1a.

Burton Cottage, (82) 67b, Pl. 100, Fig. 65.

" Place, terrace formerly called, (72) 66a.

Burton Stone, (32) 54a.

" " Lane, xxxvii, (66) 64b.

Busfield, William, silversmith, (7) 25a.

Butty and Dumée, silversmiths, (9) 29a.

Campbell, Ann, widow, house occupied by, (235) 84a.

Carlton Palace (Carlton House, London), carved stone capitals from, (145) 75b.

Carmelite Friars: xxxvii; site given to, xlvi.

" Friary, Hungate: xlvi; angle bracket probably from, xlv.

Carpenters, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Carr
-, John, see Architects.
-, " yeoman, property purchased by, (140) 74b.

Carron, of Falkirk, grates by: (75) 66b; (246) 85b; (278) 90a.

Carving
-, Stone: xli-xlvii
-,-, Pre-Conquest: xliv, xlv, xlvi, Pl. 25; (9) 28b, 29a, Pl. 25.
-,-, Late 11th-century: xlv, Pl. 27e; (4) 22b, Pl. 27a, c.
-,-, 12th-century: xli, xliii, xlv, xlvi, Pls. 26–29, 44; (4) 12b, 22b, Pls. 27d, 29; (7) 25a, Pls. 46, 47; (8) 25a, Pl. 49; (11) 42a; (23) 49b, Pl. 46; (30) 53b.
-,-, c. 1200: xlii, xliii, xlvi; (4) 3b, 23a, 24a, Pls. 1, 30–39. See also (11) 43b.
-,-, 13th-century: xliv, xlv, xlvii; (4) 8b, 10a, b, 21a, Pl. 40, 24a, Pl. 40, 24b, Pl. 42a.
-,-, c. 1300: xlvii; (4) 22b, Pls. 11, 12.
-,-, 14th-century: xlv-xlvii; (4) 22b, 23a, Pls. 41–43; (9) 29a, Pl. 52; (11) 43b, Pl. 74.
-,-, 15th-century: xlv, Pl. 42e; (4) 23a, fig. 26; (9) 28a, b.
-,-, c. 1500: xlv, xlvi (alabaster).
-,-, Late Mediaeval: xlv, Pl. 43; (4) 24b.
-,-, 16th-century: xlv, Pl. 42; (11) 40b, Pl. 65.
-,-, 17th-century: (11) 34b, 37b, 40a, Pl. 66, 41b, Pl. 76, 42a, Pls. 74, 75, 42b, Pl. 68.
-,-, 18th-century: (9) 28b; (145) 75b.
-,-, 19th-century: (44) Pl. 114; (145) 75b, Pl. 104.
-, Wood
-,-, 16th-century, (panels), (8) 25b.
-,-, 17th-century, (fragment), (252) 86b.
-,-, 18th-century, (staircase ornament) (11) fig. 11, p. lvi.

Cast-iron
-, Balconies: (44) 60a; (57) 63a, Pl. 90; (217) 82a; (297) 92b.
-, Balusters, Balustrades: liv; (40) 56b; (44) 60a, Pl. 117; (49) 62a; (57) 63a, Pls. 130, 131; (70) 65b; (80) 67a, Pl. 131; (164) 78a; (261) 88a, Pl. 130; (283) 91a.
-, Ceiling Decoration, with ventilation ducts: lv; (10) 29b; (82) 67b, Pl. 121.
-, Columns, (14) 46b.
-, Cross, (10) 29b.
-, Gates, (304) 94b, Fig. 82.
-, Newel Staircase, (4) 19b.
-, Structural: (38) 55a; (209) 81b.
-, See also Carron, Grates and Ironwork.

Castle Mills, lock at, (19) 47b.

" " Bridge, (16) 47a.

Cattell, William 1830, Sarah 1842, monument, (9) 28b.

Cattle, view by, (4) 21a.

Catton
-, John, house occupied by, (266) 89a.
-, William, woollen draper of High Ousegate, residence of, (95) 68b.

Cavalry Barracks, Fulford Road, (14) 46a, Pl. 80, Fig. 41.

Cave, Henry, artist, xlix.

Cawood, figures from: xlii; (4) 23a, 24a.

Cecil, Sir William, (11) 31b.

Ceilings
-, In Chapel
-,-, Plaster, (10) 29b.
-, In Secular Buildings
-,-, Plaster Decorated 17th-century, (11) 39b. 18th-century: (40) 56b; (42) 59a, Pl. 118; (128) 74a, Pls. 119, 120. 19th-century: (48) 62a, Pl. 120; (49) 62a; (57) 63a, Pl. 122; (105) 71a, Pl. 128; (164) 78a; (261) 88a.
-, See also under Cast-iron, Ceiling Decoration.
-, Timber
-, 15th-century, (11) 40a, b, Pl. 60, Fig. 35.
-, 16th-century, (11) 40a.

Cemeteries: (10) 29a; of Jews, ancient, 80b. See also Burial Grounds.

Chairs, see Furniture.

Chaloner, Robert, chamber occupied by, (11) 31a.

Chapel, mortuary, 19th-century, (10) 29a, b, Pl. 83. See also Churches and Chapels.

" Close, site of houses, (72) 66a.

" Flat, (3) 2a.

" Lane, lane formerly called, xxxvii.

Chapter House and Vestibule, see St. Mary's Abbey, Claustral Buildings.

Charles I: arms of, (11) 35a, 37b, 42b, Pl. 68; initials for, (11) 37b; visits by, (11) 35a.

Che(r)yholme, Richard, bricklayer, (11) 30a.

Christ
-, Crucifixion of (stone), (9) 28b.
-, In Majesty: xliv; (stone), xlv.

Chronicle of St. Mary's Abbey; xxxix; (4) 3a, b, 11b, 12a, b.

Churches and Chapels, xxxvii, xxxviii, xlvii.
-, Dating from the 12th-century: (7) St. Lawrence, tower of, 24b, Pl. 48; (8) St. Maurice, architectural fragments and fittings from, 25a.
-, Dating from the 15th-century: (4) St. Mary at the Gate, chapel of, 4b, 14a, Pl. 14; (9) St. Olave, 27b, 28a.
-, 19th-century, (10) 29a, Pl. 82.

City Art Gallery: (13) 45a; collection of topographical prints and drawings in, xlix.

" Wall, icehouse set into rampart of, (272) 89a.

Civil War, damage during: (4) 6b, 18b; (9) 27b; (11) 35a; 87a.

Clarence Cottage, house formerly called, (62) 64a.

" House, (62) 64a.

" Place, houses formerly known as, (141) 75a.

" Street, 63–4.

Claustral Buildings, see St. Mary's Abbey.

Clement, Abbot, xliii, (4) 4a.

Cliff House, residence formerly known as, (95) 68b.

Clifton: xxxix, 64–9, 94b; incorporation into the city of open fields of, (3) 2b; road, 64–8.

" Bridge, stone statue recovered from, (4) 23a.

" Croft, (98) 69a.

" Enclosure Award, (3) 2b.

" Holme, house formerly known as, (97) 69a.

" Manor Papers, 64b.

" Stone, see Burton Stone.

" View, (75) 66a.

Closets
-, Projecting: 1; (43) 59a; (45) 60a; (46) 61a; (128) 74a; (205) 80b; (260) 88a.
-, Water: 1; (56) 63a; (145) 75b; (282) 91a; (294) 92b.

Clough
-, John, banker, house occupied by, (49) 62a.
-, Robert, see Builders and Contractors and Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bricklayers.
-, " see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Plasterer.

Coach-houses, see Outbuildings.

Coade Stone, (14) 46b, Pl. 81.

Coates, Christopher, land purchased from, (67) 64b.

Coates' Closes, land known as, (67) 64b.

Coffin Lids
-, 11th-century, (9) 28b, Pl. 25d.
-, 13th-century: (4) 22b; (8) 25b.
-, 13th or 14th-century, (4) 22b.
-, 15th-century, (4) 22b.

Coffins, Roman, reused, xxvii, n. 1.

Coin Hoards, xxx.

Colleges
-, St. John's, (28) 53a.
-, York and Ripon Diocesan Training, (28) 53a.
-, Manchester: (28) 53a; (278) 89b.

Columns, see Cast-iron.

Communion Table, 17th-century, (9) 28b.

Composition Decoration: (35) 54b; (41) 57b; (44) 60a; (57) 63a; (117) 72a; (128) 74a; (147) 76a; (241) 85a; (260) 88a; (277) 89b; (278) 90a; Pls. 110–115.

Compton, Hugh de: (4) 3b; chapel built by, (4) 4b.

Cooper, Robert, see Artists and Surveyors.

Cottage, The, No. 11 Stockton Lane, (196) 80a.

Council of the North, abbot's house remodelled as a palace for, xlviii, (11) 30b. See also Presidents.

Coundall, Richard, joiner, (23) 49b.

County Hospital, Monkgate: (22) 49a; house forming part of a training school for nurses for, (205) 80b.

Cowper, Edward, wife of, (233) 83b.

Craftsmen and Tradesmen. See also Builders and Contractors and Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, Bell-Founder
-,-, Dalton, George, (9) 28b.
-, Bricklayers
-,-, Bell, Thomas, (67) 64b.
-,-, Che(r)yholme, Richard, (11) 30a.
-,-, Clough, Robert, lv; (128) 74a.
-,-, Dunn, Thomas, (26) 52a.
-,-, Kibblewhite, Robert, (26) 51b.
-,-, Nelstrop, Richard, (26) 51b.
-,-, Sell, Thomas, (11) 34a.
-, Carpenters and Joiners
-,-, Bellerby, William: (66) (67) 64b; (72) 66a.
-,-, Coundall, Robert, (23) 49b.
-,-, Ettie, James, (23) 49b.
-,-, Horsfall, George and Eli, (90) 68a.
-,-, Terry, John, (26) 51b.
-,-, Thornton, William, xlvii.
-,-, Wilson, George, (11) 34a.
-, Glass-painters and Glaziers
-,-, Barnett family, (102) 69b.
-,-, Peckitt, William: xlix; stained glass panels by, (13) 46a, Pl. opp. p. xlix.
-, Ironfounders
-,-, Walker John: lvi; (10) 29b; (49) 62a, Pl. 106; (81) 67b. William Thomlinson: lvi; (22) 49b; house owned by, (84) 67a.
-, Joiner Carvers
-,-, Wolstenholme Firm of, decoration in manner of, (70) 65b. Francis: liv, lvi; headstone 1833, (9) 29a. John: liv, lvi. Thomas: liv, lvi; composition decoration by, (35) 54b; (41) 57b; (44) 60a; (57) 63a; (117) 72a; (128) 74a; (241) 85a; (278) 90a, Pls. 110, 112–15; decoration from moulds of, (147) 76a, Pls. 111, 113; headstone 1812, (9) 29a; house acquired by, (35) 54b; houses built by, (117) 72a.
-, Masons
-,-, Brinsley, Thomas, (11) 34a.
-,-, Foster, William, (11) 34a.
-, Plasterer
-,-, Clough, Robert: lv; (128) 74a.
-, Silversmiths
-,-, Abercromby, Robert, of London, (7) 25a.
-,-, Barber and North, (8) 25b.
-,-, Busfield, William, (7) 25a.
-,-, Butty and Dumée, (9) 29a.
-,-, Harrington, Thomas, (9) 29a.
-,-, Hennel, Robert and David, of London, (8) 25b.
-,-, Langwith, John, (6) 24b.
-,-, Lofthouse, Seth, (9) 29a.
-,-, Mangey, Thomas, (7) 25a.
-,-, Oliver, John, (8) 25b.
-, Tiler
-,-, Tayler, John, (11) 34a.

Crambeck Face Vase, fragment of, 4th-century, xxvii, n.

Craven
-, H. and Sons, contractors, (17) 47a.
-, Messrs., contractors, (16) 47a.

Cresset, pre-Conquest, xliv.

Cripps
-, Arms of, (9) 28b.
-, Rev. Thomas 1794, monument, (9) 28b.

Crocus, Alemannic king, xxvii.

Croft, The, see Fulford Grange.

Crosses
-, On Coffin Lids
-,-, 11th-century: xlvi; (9) 28b.
-,-, 13th-century: (4) 22b; (8) 25b.
-, On Floor-slabs
-,-, Mediaeval (fragments), (4) 23a.
-,-, 15th-century, (4) 23a.
-, On Grave-slabs
-,-, Pre-conquest; xliv; xlv; Pl. 25.
-, Standing
-,-, Pre-conquest (fragments): xliv, xlv, xlvi, Pl. 25.
-,-, 15th-century, (33) 54a.
-,-, 19th-century, in cast iron, (10) 29b.
-,-, Bases: (32) (34) 54a.

Cultivation Systems, remains of, (3) 1, 2.

Cupboards, (9) 28a see also Furniture.

Cupola, 18th-century, (11) 43a.

" House, houses formerly known as, (181) 79a.

Curator's House, Yorkshire Museum, (12) 45a, Fig. 40.

Currer, Rev. D. R., home of, (69) 65a.

Cussins, John, map. by, (4) 5b.

Cuthbert, William, churchwarden, (9) 28b.

Dade, William, vicar, (9) 28b.

Dalton
-, Christopher, contractor, (18) 47a.
-, George, bell-founder, (9) 28b.

Danby Terrace, (153) 77a.

Danish
-, Fortifications, xxix, xxx.
-, Palace, xxxii.
-, Wharves, xxvi.

Darbyshire, George, coal dealer, house erected by, (232) 83b.

Darcy, Henry, Keeper of the King's Manor, (11) 35b.

Datestones
-, 18th-century, (253) 86b.
-, 19th-century: (154) 77a; (202) 80a.

Davygate: carving from, xlv; early remains in, xxix.

Dean and Chapter, buildings bought by, (29) 53b.

Dedications
-, All Saints, xxxviii.
-, Holy Trinity, (4) 12a.
-, St. Benedict, (4) 12a.
-, St. Catherine: xxxviii; (4) 3b, 12a.
-, St. Edward, xxxviii.
-, St. Giles, xxxvii.
-, St. Helen, xxxviii.
-, St. Hilda, (6) 24b.
-, St. Lawrence, (7) 24b.
-, St. Mary Magdalene: xxxvii; (4) 12a.
-, St. Mary the Virgin, (4) 12a.
-, St. Maurice, (8) 25a.
-, St. Michael, xxxviii.
-, St. Nicholas: xxxviii; (4) 12a.
-, St. Olave, (9) 25b.
-, St. Peter, (4) 12a.
-, St. Stephen, (4) 12a.
-, St. Swithin, xxxv.
-, St. Thomas of Canterbury, (4) 12a.

De Grey Estate, sale of, liv.

" " Lord, crown lessee, (11) 37a.

" " Street, 69a.

Demaine and Brierley, architects, (22) 49a.

Derby, Prior William of, hall built by, (4) 4a, 13b.

Diaper pattern, (11) 37b, 39a.

Dickenson, Thomas, Lord Mayor, (11) 35a.

Dighton, R., watercolour by, (36) 54b.

Dillon, C., see Artists and Surveyors.

Diocesan Boards of Education, building erected by, (28) 53a.

Dissolution, The, effect of on St. Mary's Abbey: (4) 6b; (11) 30b.

Dives (?), representation of death of (stone), xlv.

Doors and Doorways
-, Ecclesiastical
-,-, 12th-century: xlvi, Pl. 44; (7) 25a, Pl. 46; (8) 25a, Pl. 49; (23) 49b, Pl. 46.
-,-, 14th-century, (11) 43b, Pl. 74.
-,-, 18th-century, (9) 28b.
-, Secular
-,-, External 17th-century: (4) 19a; (11) 37b, 41b, Pl. 76, 42a, b, Pls. 68, 74, 76; (23) 49b; (37) 55a; (76) 66b, 67a. 18th-century: (39) 56a; (41) 57a; (69) 65a; (102) 69b; (109) 71b; (126) 73a; (128) 74a; (196) 80a; (205) 80b; (241) 84b; Pls. 107, 108. c. 1800: (41) 57a; (121) 73a; (246) 85b; (279) 90a; Pl. 108. 19th-century: (50) (54) 62b; (67) 64b; (90) (91) 68a; (141) 75a; (162) 77b; (165) 78a; (202) 80b; (228) 83a; (254) 86b; (260) 88a; (288) (290) 91b; (297) 92b; (300) 94a; Pls. 108, 109.
-,-, Internal 14th-century, reset from abbey cloisters, (11) 43b, Pl. 74. 16th-century, (11) 43a. 17th-century: (11) 40a, 41b, 42a, Pls. 61, 74, 75; (40) 56b. 18th-century: (42) 58b; (43) 59b; (117) 72a; (205) 80b; Pls. 110, 112. 19th-century: (44) 60a; (57) 63a; (109) 71b; (147) 76a; Pls. 110–3.

Doyle, Francis, of Liverpool, architect, (9) 27b.

Dudley, crest of, (11) 40b.

Dunn, Thomas, bricklayer, (26) 52a.

Dutton, Joseph, house built by, (269) 89a.

Earlsborough, xxxv.

Earthworks, see Mounds.

East Parade, 77a.

Eastern Pavilion, terrace formerly called, (152) 77a.

" Terrace, 77a.

Edward II, chancery of at St. Mary's Abbey, xl.

Edwards, Robert, yeoman, house built by, (282) 90b.

Effigies, xlvi. See also Carving.

Egil's Saga, xxxii.

Eldon Street, 69a, 84b, Pl. 103.

Ella, Samuel, property acquired by, (163) 77b.

Ellis, Mr., house occupied by, (75) 66a.

Ellison Terrace, (91) 68a, Pl. 102.

Elston, Mrs. Dorothy, house owned by, (75) 66a.

Elsworth, Henry, site purchased by, (71) 66a.

Enclosure Awards, (3) 2b.

Ettie, James, joiner, (23) 49b.

Etty
-, William, architect, (11) 36b.
-, " R.A., 1849, table tomb, (9) 29a; see also Artists and Surveyors.

Evangelists and their symbols, representations of: (4) 23a; (panelling), (8) 25b.

Evelyn, Dr. W. A., topographical prints and drawings presented by, xlix.

Excavations: xxxii; xxxv; xxxvii; xxxix, (4) 12b, Pl. 3; xliii.

Exhibition Hotel, (36) 54b.

Extinguisher, 18th-century, (128) 74a.

Eyniss, Thomas, Secretary to the Council of the North, Heslington Hall built by, xlviii.

Eyre
-, Arms of, (9) 28b.
-, Sarah 1825, monument, (9) 28b.

Face Vase, Crambeck (fragment of), 4th-century, xxvii, n. 1.

Faircloth, Richard, Receiver of Taxes, house occupied by (200) 80a.

Fairfax, Lord Ferdinando, letter written by, (11) 35a.

Fawcett Street, 69a.

Feasegate, early remains in, xxix.

Feilden, B. M., architect, (11) 43b.

" and Mawson, architects, (11) 37a.

Fenton, James, house occupied by, (36) 54b.

Fine Art and Industrial Exhibition of 1866: name commemorating, (36) 54b; site of, (13) 45a.

Fireplaces
-, 14th-century, (4) 13a, Pl. 13.
-, 15th-century, (11) 40a, Pl. 66.
-, 16th-century: (11) 40a, b, 41a, Pls. 65, 66.
-, 17th-century: (11) 40a, 41b, 42a, 43a, Pl. 66; (40) 56b; (76) 67a.
-, 18th-century: (11) 40a, Pl. 66; (21) 49a, Fig. 44; (35) 54b; (41) 57b; (42) 59a, Pl. 116; (43) 59b; (68) 65a, Pl. 114; (75) 66b; (92) 68b; (117) 72b, Pl. 115; (128) 74a; (241) 85a, Pl. 115; (277) 89b; (278) 90a.
-, 19th-century: (44) 60a; (57) 63a; (128) 74a; (278) 90a; Pls. 114, 115.

Fireproof Construction: lv; (21) 49a; (209) 81a.

Fire-surround, 18th-century, from No. 64 North Street, (92) 68b.

Fisher
-, Firm of, monumental masons, (9) 29a.
-, John, Deputy Surveyor General of Crown Lands, (11) 36a.

Fishergate, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii, xxxix, 69–71.

" House, (105) 69b, Pls. 99, 128, Fig. 66, p. 70. See also liv.

Fishpond, reclamation of area of marsh representing, (19) 47b.

Flax Mill, former, (209) 81a.

Floors, fireproof: (21) 49a; (209) 81b.

Floor-slabs, see Monuments, funeral.

Floor-tiles, (4) 24b, Fig. 1, p. iv, Fig. 27, p. 24.

Font-cover, 17th-century, (6) 24b.

Fonts
-, 15th-century, (9) 28b.
-, c. 1500, (7) 25a.
-, 19th-century, (6) 24b.

Foss Bank, 71a.

" Navigation, construction of, (19) 47b.

" " Company: bridge built by, (16) 47a; contribution by, (18) 47a.

Foster
-, Francis, bequest of, (9) 27b.
-, William, mason, (11) 34a.

Fountains Abbey, establishment of, xl.

Fox Inn, Petergate, 15th-century bricks from, (92) 68b.

Freschville, Lord John, Governor, official residence of, (11) 35b.

Friendly Inn, house formerly named, (211) 81b.

Friends, Society of, mental hospital established by, (24) 51a.

Frisians, xxviii, xxxii.

Fulford: xxxvi; incorporation into the city of open field of, (3) 2b.

" Conservative Club, (107) 71b.

" Cross, (33) 54a.

" Grange: (109) 71b; house built as lodge to, (110) 71b.

" Road: 71–2; remains of arcade from the Theatre Royal at, (31) 53b.

Furniture
-, Chairs
-,-, 17th-century, (6) 24b.
-, Cupboards
-,-, 18th-century: (76) 67a; (241) 85a; (262) 88a.
-,-, 19th-century, (278) 90a.

Gables: curved or Dutch, (23) 49b; (76) 66b, Pl. 85; (278) 89b; tumbled, xlix, (11) 36a, 37a; (92) 68b; (249) 85b.

Gallery, arcaded, 19th-century, (105), 71a, Pl. 129.

Galmanho, (4) 3a, 25b.

Galmanlith, (4) 4b, 25b.

Galtres, Forest of: gifts of pasture in, (3) 2b; land included in, xxxviii; oaks from, (11) 31b.

Garderobes: (4) 20a; (11) 37b, 39a, 40a, b; recesses representing, (11) 40a, 41b.

Gargrave, Sir Thomas, Receiver of Yorkshire, (11) 31b.

Garrow Hill, Thief Lane, (147) 75b.

Gas, lighting by, see Lighting.

Gasworks, lodges at entrance to, (20) 47b.

Gatehouse, 12th-century, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

Gates, see Cast-iron and Ironwork.

Gateway, c. 1500, (4) 13b, Pl. 15.

Gaytrick, John, xl.

George III, arms of, (14) 46b, Pl. 81.

Gilbank, Thomas, house purchased by, (38) 55a.

Gilbertine Canons, church given to, xxxviii, (5) 24b.

Gilling, Abbot John de: burial of, (4) 12a; rebuilding by, (4) 4a, 12b, 13a.

Gillygate, xxxvii, xxxviii, 72–5.

Glass
-, 15th-century, (9) 28b.
-, 18th-century, (13) 46a, Pl. opp. p. xlix.
-, 19th-century, (102) 69b.

Glass-painters, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-Painters and Glaziers.

Glaziers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-Painters and Glaziers.

Glazing Bars, see Ironwork.

Glen Heworth, house formerly called, (149) 76b.

" Residential Nursery, (149) 76b.

Glenfield, (148) 76b.

Goodlad, Joseph, of Harrogate, innholder, house built by, (68) 64b.

Goose Lane, street formerly known as, xxxviii, 83a.

Gothic style: (11) 40a; (89) 68a; (90) 68a; (111) 71b; (145) 75a; (183) 79a; (296) 92b.

Grange, The, see Fulford Grange.

" Field, grazing rights in, (3) 2a.

" Garth, No. 37, see Fulford Grange.

" Welfare Centre, (25) 51b.

Grates
-, 18th-century: (92) 68b, Pl. 132; (117) 72b; (241) 85a, Pl. 132.
-, 19th-century: (11) 40a, Pl. 66; (245) 85b, Pl. 132; (246) 85b.
-, See also Carron.

Grave-slabs, see Monuments, funeral.

Gray
-, Thomas, Lord Mayor, (4) 6b.
-, Walter, monument erected by, (9) 29a.

Greek revival: xlix; (10) 29b.

Green, The, Clifton, 68a.

" Tree, The, cottage formerly called, (94) 68b.

" " Cottage, (94) 68b.

Greencliffe Drive, (98) 69a.

Grey Horse, public house formerly known as, (86) 68a.

Greycoat School: (27) 53a; house formerly of, (252) 86b.

Griffith, Thomas, terrace built by, (41) 56b.

Grove Terrace, (202) 80a.

Groves, The, area known as, xxxviii.

Guards, window, see Ironwork.

Guildhall, The, Clifton Manor papers in, 64b.

Hacket, Charles Christopher Richard 1849, monument, (9) 29a.

Halfdan, Danish army led by, xxxii.

Halfpenny, Joseph, see Artists and Surveyors.

Hall Fields: xxxix; grazing rights in, (3) 2a.

Hallfield Place, 83a.

" Terrace, 83a.

Harbert, John, Keeper of the Manor, (11) 31a.

Harbord, William, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, (11) 36a.

Harper, John, see Architects.

Harrington, Thomas, silversmith, (9) 29a.

Hart, John, house(s) probably built by, (268) 89a.

Hartyng, John, bequest of, (9) 27a.

Harwood, Humphrey, (11) 35b.

Hastings
-, Catherine, daughter of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, crest for, (11) 40b, Pl. 65.
-, Crest of, (11) 40b, Pl. 65.
-, Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, President of the Council of the North, (11) 32a, 40b, Pl. 65.

Haver Garths, (3) 2a.

Haverford, (95) 68b.

Hawthorn Grove, 77a.

Haxby Road, 75a.

Haynes, John, artist, xlix.

Hazelwood, Miss, houses designed for: (297) (298) 92b.

Headstones, see Monuments, funeral.

Heating, by hot water, (24) 51a.

Hennel, Robert and David, of London, silversmiths, (8) 25b.

Henry, Prince of Wales, arms of, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

" VIII, visit of, (11) 30b.

Herdsman's Cottage, The: (240) 84b; cottage formerly known as, (146) 75b.

Heslington, xxxvi.

" Hall, xlviii.

" Road, 75–6.

Hewick, William and John, 15th-century floor-slab, (4) 23a.

Heworth: xxx, xxxvi, xxxviii, xxxix, 76–80; incorporation into the city of open fields of, (3) 2b.

" Croft, (164) 77b, Pl. 99.

" Enclosure Award, (3) 2b.

" Grange Crown Estate, plans for development of, 76a, b.

" Green: 76b, 77–9; hotel formerly called, (174) 78b.

" " Cottage, house formerly known as, (183) 79a.

" Moor, cremation cemetery on, xxvii, xxx.

" " House, (171) 78b.

" Road, 79b.

" Villa: (183) 79a; house formerly called, (197) 80a.

High Ousegate, fragment of 17th-century carved bargeboard from, (252) 86b.

Hilton, John, 'clerk surveyor', (11) 31b.

Hird, Frances, wife of the Rev. Lamplugh, prebendary of York cathedral, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Hole in the Wall p.h., 12th-century tympanum from, xlv, xlvi.

Holgate
-, Alice, inn kept by, (94) 68b.
-, George, inn kept by, (94) 68b.

Holy Trinity, chapel of, (4) 12a.

" " Micklegate, 12th-century archway from church of, (23) 49b, Pl. 46.

" " Priory, church granted to, xxxviii.

Hood, door, 17th-century, (86) 68a.

Hooton, arms of, quartered by Wentworth, (11) 42a.

Hopper, Benjamin, houses designed for, (300) 94a.

Hornby
-, Thomas, rector of Stokesley, bequest, of, (9) 27a.
-, William, house occupied by, (195) 80a.

Horsefair, The, open space called, xxxvii.

Horsfall, George and Eli, joiners, house built by, (90) 68a.

Horsley, Benedict, see Artists and Surveyors.

Hospitals
-, Bootham Park, xlix, (21) 47b, Pl. 77.
-, County, (22) 49a.
-, Retreat, The, (24) 51a, Pl. 82.
-, St. Mary's, (25) 51b.
-, See also Religious Foundations.

Hospitium, see St. Mary's Abbey, Claustral Buildings.

Houghton, John, house leased to, (282) 90b.

Houses
-, 17th-century: xlix; (37) 55a, Fig. 49; (40) 56b; (43) 59a, Pls. 87, 92, Fig. 56; (76) 66b, Pl. 85, Fig. 64; (86) 68a; (92) 68b, Pl. 102; (244) 85a; (249) 85b, Fig. 75, p. 86.
-, c. 1700, (278) 89b, Pl. 97, Fig. 78, p. 90.
-, 18th-century: 1; Notable: (39) 55b, Fig. 50; (41) 56b, Pl. 86, Figs. 52, 53, pp. 57, 58; (42) 58a, Pl. 86, Fig. 54; (45) 60a, Pl. 88; (46) 61a, Fig. 58; (47) 61a, Fig. 59; (48) 61b, Pl. 88, Fig. 59; (68) 64b, Pl. 89, Fig. 63; (69) 65a, Pl. 91, Fig. 62; (75) 66a, Pl. 90; (102) 69b, Pl. 94; (117) 72a, Fig. 67; (128) 74a, Pls. 93, 96, Fig. 68, p. 73; (137) 74b, Pls. 92, 96; (205) 80b, Pl. 94; (241) 84b, Pl. 95, Fig. 74, p. 85; (252) 86b, Pl. 95; (254) 86b, Fig. 76, p. 87; (277) 89b, Pl. 97; (279) 90a, Pl. 97, Fig. 78; (282) 90b, Pl. 97, Fig. 79.
-, c. 1800, (70) 65a, Pl. 91.
-, 19th-century: 1, liv, lv; Notable: (44) 60a, Pl. 87, Fig. 57; (49) 62a, Pl. 98; (56) 63a, Pl. 89; (57) 63a, Pl. 90, Fig. 60; (60) 64a, Fig. 61; (67) 64b; (74) 66a; (80) (81) 67a; (82) 67b, Pl. 100, Fig. 65; (84) 67b; (89) (90) 68a, Pl. 101; (91) 68a, Pl. 102; (95) 68b; (97) 69b, Pl. 98; (105) 69b, Pl. 99, Fig. 66, p. 70; (145) 75a, Pl. 104; (147) 75b, Fig. 69, Pl. 76; (155) 77a; (164) 77b, Pl. 99; (167) (168) (169) (170) 78a, Pl. 102; (261) 88a, Fig. 77; (265) 88a, Pl. 104; (290) 91b, Fig. 80, p. 92; (294) 92b, Fig. 81, p. 93; (297) (298) 92b, Pl. 103, Fig. 81, p. 93; (300) 94a, Fig. 81, p. 93.

Howard, Queen Catherine, visit of, (11) 30b.

Howe Hill, spearhead found at, xxxv.

Hows, burials in, xxxv.

Hudson, George: (282) 91a; house built by, (280) 90b; property acquired by, (282) 90b.

Hull Road, 80a.

Hungate: Carmelite Friary at, xlvi; excavations at, xxxii.

Huntington, incorporation into the city of open fields of, (3) 2b.

" Road, 80.

Husgable Roll of c. 1282, xxxvii, xxxviii.

Hutchinson, George 1775, Elizabeth 1774, monument, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

Icehouse, 19th-century, (272) 89a.

Images, see Carvings.

Incorporated Townships, parts of, (3) 2b.

Industrial Buildings: lv; (209) 80a.

Ingram, Sir Arthur, almshouses built for, (23) 49b.

Ingram's Hospital, xlix, (23) 49b, Pl. 79, Fig. 45.

Initials, of Charles I and James I, (11) 37b.

Inns
-, Bay Horse, (271) 89a.
-, Exhibition Hotel, (36) 54b.
-, Fox, bricks from, (92) 68b.
-, Friendly, The, (211) 81b.
-, Green Tree, (94) 68b.
-, Grey Horse, (86) 68a.
-, Hole in the Wall, xlv, xlvi.
-, Maypole, site of, (86) 68a.
-, Nag's Head, (188) 79b.
-, Old Grey Mare, (86) 68a.
-, Punch Bowl Hotel, (141) 75a.
-, Queen, The, (207) 80b.
-, ,, Victoria, (207) 80b.
-, Rose and Crown, (211) 81b.
-, Shoulder of Mutton, (177) 78b.
-, Sycamore, The, (94) 68b.
-, ,, Cottage, (94) 68b.
-, Tang Hall Hotel, (302) 94a.
-, Waggon and Horses, (212) 81b.
-, Woolpack, The, (101) 69a.

Inscriptions, see Masons' Marks and Monuments, funeral.

Intake, The, given to York, (3) 2b.

Ironfounders, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Ironwork
-, Balcony, (48) 61b.
-, Balusters, Balustrades: (22) 49b; (29) 53b; (48) 62a, Pl. 131; (69) 65a; (81) 67b; (102) 69b; (105) 71a, Pl. 128; (109) 71b, Pl. 131; (147) 76a, Pl. 130; (205) 80b; (282) 91a, Pl. 130.
-, Gates: (10) 29b; (15) 47a.
-, Glazing Bars, (24) 51b, Pl. 81.
-, Lamp Standards, (22) 49b.
-, Railings: (10) 29b; (15) 47a; (49) 62a, Pl. 106; (81) 67b; (304) 94b.
-, Ranges, with ovens, (23) 51a.
-, Sashes, (24) 51b, Pl. 81.
-, Structural, (21) 49a.
-, Window Guards, (41) 57b.
-, See also Carron, Cast-iron and Grates.

James I: initials for, (11) 37b; visits of, (11) 34a, b.

Janson, Henry, gent., house occupied by, (196) 80a.

Jewbury, xxix, 80b.

Jews, ancient cemetery of, 80b.

John Street, 79b.

Johnson
-, Christopher, bequest of, (9) 27b.
-, Isaac, baker, house owned by, (278) 89b.
-, James, architect, (14) 46b.

Johnstone, Sir Richard Vanden Bempde, Bart., house built for, (44) 60a.

Joiner Carvers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Joiners, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Jones, George Fowler, see Architects.

Jordan, Alathea 1741, Col. John 1756, Anne Maria Alathea, widow of James Maude, 1778, monument, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

Joseph, Samuel, sculptor, (11) 37a.

Justice, in a Triumphal Car, representation of (glass panel), (13) 46a, Pl. opp. p. xlix.

Kibblewhite, Robert, bricklayer, (26) 52a.

King, Mr., contractor, (18) 47a.

King's Manor: xlviii, xlix, (11) 30–43, Frontispiece, Pls. 53–76, Figs. 5, 30–8; decorative fragment from, (9) 28a; doorway, 17th-century, perhaps from, (4) 19a; dressings from bay windows from, (4) 18b, (11) 43b.

King's Square, xxxii, xxxviii

Kitchen, mediaeval, (11) 40a, Pl. 61.

Laithe Close, (3) 2b.

Lamb, James, house erected by, (205) 80b.

Lamel Hill, mound, (1) 1a.

Lamp Standards, see Ironwork.

Langwith, John, silversmith, (6) 24b.

Lanterns, glazed, 19th-century: (48) (49) 62a; (8) 67a; (105) 71a, Pl. 128; (147) 76a, Pl. 129.

Lastingham: (4) 3a; (9) 25b.

Lawrence Street, xxxviii, xxxix, 80–2.

Lawson, Francis, king's chaplain, (11) 36a.

Laycock, Thomas, house built for, (105) 69b. See also liv.

Layerthorpe, xxxviii, xxxix, 82–3.

" Bridge, (17) 47a.

" Postern, removal of, (17) 47a.

Leadwork
-, Rainwater Heads and Pipes
-,-, 18th-century: (26) 52b; (38) 55a, Pl. 106; (42) 58a, Pl. 106; (51) 62b, Pl. 106; (134) 74b; (163) 77b; (212) 81b.
-,-, 19th-century, (260) 88a.
-,-, Undated, (40) 56b.

Leather-working, xxxii.

Legard, Rebecca, widow of James, 1783, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Letter Receiving Office, house previously described as, (187) 79b.

Lighting, gas, (24) 51a.

Light-well, 19th-century, (105) 71a, Pl. 128.

Lilac House, (112) 71b.

Lilburn, Col. Robert, (11) 35a.

Limes, The, (184) 79a.

Linfoot, Thomas, contractor, (25) 51b.

Lister, Joseph, contractor, (18) 47a.

Little Garth: (254) 86b, Fig. 76; end of house forming part of, (252) 86b.

Lockey, William, cheesemonger, house sold to, (234) 84a.

Lodge, The, (175) 78b.

" W., drawing by, (4) 10a, Pl. 2.

Lodges, 19th-century: (10) 29b; (20) 47b; house built as, (110) 71b, Pl. 101; porter's, (29) 53b.

Lofthouse, Seth, silversmith, (9) 29a.

Loftus
-, Arms of, (9) 29a, Fig. 29.
-, Michael 1762, monument, (9) 29a, Fig. 29.

Loggia, vaulted, (13) 45b.

Longchamp, Abbot Robert, xliii, (4) 4a, 12b.

Lord Mayor's Walk, xxxviii, xxxix, 83–4.

Love Lane, 71b.

Low Moor, given to the city, (3) 2a.

Lowther Street, 84b; see also (65) 64b; (100) 69a.

Lumley, Mr., school of, (11) 36b.

Lund, John, house occupied by, (45) 60a.

Malmesbury, William of, York described by, xxviii, xxx.

Maltkiln, 18th-century, (281) 90b.

Malton
-, Abbot Benedict of, burial of, (4) 12a.
-, " Thomas de, walls built by, (4) 6a.

Malton Road, 84b.

Manchester, Earl of: letter written by, (11) 35a; siege laid by, (4) 6b.

" College, accommodated in Monkgate, (278) 89b.

Mangey, Thomas, silversmith, (7) 25a.

Manners, Henry, Earl of Rutland, President of the Council of the North, (11) 31a, b, 41a.

Manor House, (195) 79b.

" National School, (11) 37a.

Marritt, Jane, widow, petition of, (11) 36a.

Marygate: xxix, xxxvii, xxxviii, xxxix, 84–7; charity school opened at, (27) 53a.

" Lane, 86b.

Mason, John, house built by, (265) 88a.

Masons, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Masons' Marks, (4) Fig. 25, p. 22.

" Mitres, (11) 40a, Fig. 35.

Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners, architects, (11) 37a.

Maude, James, monument to widow of, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

Maypole Inn, public house on site of, (86) 68a.

Mechanics' Institute, Clifford Street, part of pre-Conquest crossslab found under, xliv.

Meynell, Thomas, Secretary to the Philosophical Society, house occupied by, (62) 64a.

Middleton House, (278) 89b, Pl. 97, Fig. 78, p. 90.

Militia Stores Depot, Lowther Street, (15) 46b.

Mill Field, (3) 2a.

" " House, (200) 80a.

" Lane, 79b; see also (167) 78a, Pl. 102.

Minster, The, school attached to, (29) 53b.

" Yard, school accommodated in a building in, (29) 53b.

Monk Bridge: (18) 47a; mound near, (2) 1a.

" Ward Stray, (3) 2a.

Monkgate, xxxviii, xxxix, 87–91.

Monumental Masons, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Monuments, funeral, xlvii.
-, Floor-Slabs
-,-, 13th-century (fragments), (4) 23a.
-,-, 15th-century, (4) 23a, Fig. 26.
-,-, 18th and 19th-century, (9) 29a.
-, Grave-Slabs
-,-, Pre-Conquest: xlv, xlvi, (9) 29a, Pl. 25.
-, Headstones
-,-, 18th-century, (8) 25b.
-,-, 19th-century: (7) 25a; (9) 29a.
-, Table Tomb
-,-, 19th-century, (9) 29a.
-, Wall Monuments and Tablets
-,-, 18th-century, (9) 28b, 29a, Pl. 51, Fig. 29.
-,-, 19th-century: (7) 25a; (9) 28b, 29a.

Moon, J., superintendent of works, (19) 47b.

Moorsom, Capt. Isaac 1779, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Mortar, of bronze, 14th-century, (4) 23a, Pl. 44.

Moses, representation of (stone), xlii, xliii, (4) 23a, Pls. 30, 34.

Mosley
-, Ann 1782, floor-slab, (9) 29a.
-, Elizabeth 1787, floor-slab, (9) 29a.
-, Rev. Thomas, floor-slab, early 19th-century, (9) 29a.

Mother Shipton's Stone, xlvi, (32) 54a.

Mouldings: fig. 6, p. xxxiv; figs. 9, 10, pp. lii, liii; (4) 8a, 12b.

Mounds
-, Lamel Hill, (1) 1a.
-, Near Monk Bridge, (2) 1a, b.

Mount, The: cremation cemetery on, xxvii; 5th-century glass bowl from, xxvii.

Munby, Joseph, solicitor, house of, (97) 69a.

Muncaster House: cottage adjoining, (289) 91b; cultivation near, (3) 2a.

Muncastergate, 91b.

Murdac, Hugh, Archdeacon of Cleveland, church given by, (5) 24b.

Murray, Lindley, money raised by, (24) 51a.

Museum Gardens, early buildings in, xxix.

Naburn, xxxvi.

Nag's Head, (188) 79b.

Napoleonic Times, temporary cultivations during, (3) 2.

National Museum, Edinburgh, piece of cloth from stone coffin in, xxvii.

Naylor, Lt. David 1831, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Nelson, Mrs. Barbara Ashton, house owned by, (49) 62a.

Nelstrop, Richard, bricklayer, (26) 52a.

Neville
-, Arms of, quartered by Wentworth, (11) 42a.
-, Archbishop George, (9) 27a.

New Intake, The, given to York, (3) 2b.

" Manor House, house formerly called, (195) 79b.

" Testament, scenes from (stone), (4) 24a, Pls. 38, 39.

" Walk Orchard, (113) 71b.

" " Terrace, 91b, Fig. 80, p. 92.

Newbiggin, xxxix.

Newmarch, arms of, quartered by Wentworth, (11) 42a.

Newstead, Christopher, gent., house sold to, (234) 84a.

Niche, 15th-century, probably from abbey gateway, (9) 29a.

Nicholson
-, George, artist, xlix.
-, Richard, house for the use of, (282) 90b.

North Field, (3) 2a.

" Street: ceiling from, (11) 39b; fire-surround from, (92) 68b.

Observatory, Museum Gardens, (12) 45a, Fig. 39.

Old Farm, (232) 83b, Fig. 72.

" Grey Mare, (86) 68a.

Oldfield, William, land acquired from, (20) 47b.

Oliver, John, silversmith, (8) 25b.

Open Fields, (3) 1b, 2.

Ordinale and Customary of St. Mary's Abbey, xxxix, (4) 3a.

Osbaldwick, incorporation into the city of open fields of, (3) 2b.

Osborne, Sir Edward, Vice-President of the Council of the North, death of son of, (11) 34b.

Oswald, Archbishop, xxviii.

Our Lady, chapel of, (4) 12a.

Outbuildings, 19th-century
-, Coach-Houses: (105) 71a; (164) 78a; (290) 91b.
-, Privies: (222) fig. 71, p. 82; (297) (298) 92b; (300) 94a; fig. 81, p. 93.
-, Stables, (105) 71a.
-, Summerhouse, (249) 86a.
-, Tub House, (298) 92b.

Owram, Mr., tenant, (11) 36b.

Painting, wall, see Wall-painting.

Panelling
-, 16th-century (reset in door), (8) 25b.
-, 17th-century: (11) 40b, 41a; (43) 59b.
-, 18th-century: (11) 41a; (41) 57b; (42) 58b; (43) 59b.

Panels, wooden, recording names of subscribers, (21) 49a.

Park Place, (201) 80a.

Parliament Street: burial ground in, xxxv; grave-slabs from, xlv, Pl. 25.

Pavilions, 19th-century: (13) 45b; (29) 53b.

Paynelathes Crofts: xxxviii; name of street derived from, 91b.

Pearson, Dr., rector of South Kilworth, Leics., roof and instruments given by, (12) 45a.

Peckitt, William, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-Painters and Glaziers.

Penley's Grove Street, 91–4.

Penty, W. G., door-hood added by, (86) 68a.

Percy, William de, monks quarrelled with, (4) 3a.

Phillips, John, keeper of Yorkshire Museum, (4) 7b.

Pickard, Leonard and the Rev., house owned by, (42) 58a.

Pikeing Well, New Walk, (30) 53b, Fig. 48, p. 54.

Pinnacle, on merlon, (4) 20b.

Piper Lane Close, gasworks on part of, (20) 47b.

Piscina, 14th-century, (4) 23a, Pl. 42.

Place, Francis, see Artists and Surveyors.

Plaque, bronze, (4) 22a.

Plaster, see Building Materials.

Plasterwork, l, liv.
-, 16th-century, (11) 32a, 40b, Pl. 65.
-, 18th-century: (39) 56b, Pl. 126; (128) 74a, Pl. 122.
-, 19th-century: (48) (49) 62a, Pl. 122; (57) 63a, Pl. 122; (155) 77a.
-, See also Ceilings, Plaster Decorated.

Plate, Church
-, Brass
-,-, Alms-dishes 16th-century (German), (7) 25a. 18th-century, (9) 29a.
-, Silver
-,-, Almsdish 19th-century, (6) 24b.
-,-, Cups 15th/16th-century, (9) 29a (stem and foot). 16th-century, (8) 25b. 17th-century: (7) 25a; (9) 29a. 18th and 19th-century, (6) 24b.
-,-, Flagon 18th-century: (8) 25b (whereabouts unknown); (9) 29a.
-,-, Patens 17th-century, (8) 25b. 18th-century: (6) 24b; (7) 25a; (9) 29a. 19th-century: (6) 24b; (8) 25b.
-,-, Salver 18th-century, (6) 24b.

Plate tracery, (8) 25b, Pl. 48.

Plows, William Abbey, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Plumpton, Roger, bequest of, (9) 27a.

Poole
-, David 1830, and two daughters, monument, (9) 29a.
-, James, drawing by, (9) 27b.

Porches
-, 16th-century, (11) 39a.
-, 19th-century: (44) (45), 60a, Pl. 87; (49) 62a; (57) 63a, Pl. 90; (95) 68b; (97) (98) 69a; (105) 71a, Pl. 99; (109) 71b; (145) 75b, Pl. 104; (147) 76a; (164) 78a, Pl. 99; (171) (174) 78b; (200) 80a; (230) 83b.

Portcullis, slot for, (4) 17b.

Postern, 15th-century, (4) 6a, 21b, Pl. 23.

" Tower, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

Poulter, John, public house kept by, (177) 78b.

Prescott, Col. Robert, house occupied by, (128) 74a.

Presidents, of the Council of the North
-, Hastings, Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, (11) 32a, 40b.
-, Manners, Henry, Earl of Rutland, (11) 31a, b, 41a.
-, Radcliffe, Thomas, Earl of Sussex, xlviii, (11) 31b, 41a.
-, Sheffield, Edmund., Lord, (4) 34a, 36b, 43b.
-, Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford: (11) 34b, 41b; arms of (11) 35a, 42a.
-, Young, Archbishop Thomas, (11) 31b, 41a.

Preston, John, widow of, contract for sale of houses by, (278) 89b.

Price, view by, (4) 21a.

Pritchett, J. P., see Architects.

Proprietary School, buildings erected for, (29) 53b.

Punch Bowl Hotel, (141) 75a.

Queen, The, public house, (207) 80b.

" Margaret's Arch, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

" Victoria, The, public house formerly called, (207) 80b.

Queen's Villa, house formerly known as, (164) 77b.

Radcliffe, Thomas, Earl of Sussex, President of the Council of the North, xlviii, (11) 31b, 41a.

Railings, see Ironwork.

Rainwater Heads and Pipes, see Leadwork.

Ranges, see Ironwork.

Rawcliffe Lane, stone formerly standing at the corner of, (32) 54a.

Record House, (49) 62a, pl. 98.

Redeness Street, 82b, Fig. 71.

Regent Street, 82b.

Religious Foundations
-, Augustinian
-,-, St. Andrew, priory of: xxxviii; (5) 24b; 69a.
-, Benedictine
-,-, St. Mary's Abbey: xl; (4) 3a.
-, Carmelite
-,-, Friary, sites of, xxxvii, xlvi.
-, Hospitals, sites of
-,-, St. Anne, xxxvii.
-,-, St. Anthony, xxxvii.
-,-, St. Helen, Fishergate, xxxviii.
-,-, St. Loy, xxxviii.
-,-, St. Mary, xxxvii.
-,-, St. Mary Magdalene, xxxvii.

Rennie, John, report of, (19) 47b.

Reresby, Sir John, Governor of York, (11) 36a.

Retreat, The: (24) 51a, Pl. 82; earthwork in grounds of, (1) 1a; (3) 2a; property acquired by, (145) (147) 75b.

Richards, Jacob, drawing by, (11) 35b.

Richmond, Constable of, xxxvii.

Riddle, R. W., house owned by, (49) 62a.

Ridge-and-furrow, (3) 2a.

Rigg, John and Ann, monument to sons and daughters of, 1830, (7) 25a.

Roberts, William, mercer, property bought by, (69) 65a.

Robinson
-, Mrs., house occupied by, (45) 60a.
-, Sir Tancred, Bart., (11) 36a, b.

Rockingham House, (205) 80b, pl. 94.

Roman
-, Building stone, reused, xli.
-, Coffins, reused, xxvii, n. 1.
-, Fortifications, xxviii.
-, Settlement, xxv.
-, Tooling, marks of, (4) 7b.
-, Wharves, xxvi.

Roofs and Roof-trusses
-, Collar-Beam
-,-, 17th-century: (11) 41b; (23) 51a; (43) 59b.
-,-, Undated, (11) 41a.
-, King-Post
-,-, 15th-century, xlviii, (11) 40a, b, Pl. 63.
-, Mansard
-,-, 18th-century, (47) 61b.
-, Queen-Post
-,-, 18th-century, (42) 59a.
-, Queen-Strut
-,-, 17th-century, (11) 40a.
-, Tie-Beam
-,-, 16th-Century, (11) 41a.
-, Miscellaneous
-,-, 18th-century: (39) 56b; (41) 57b.
-,-, 19th-century, (12) 44b, 45a.

Roper
-, Arms of, (89) 68a.
-, Edmund, property owned by, (89) 68a.
-, Family, cottage built for, (89) 68a.
-, John, wine merchant: house built for, (98) 69a; property owned by, (89) 68a.
-, John 1826, Sarah 1835, monument, (9) 29a.

Rose and Crown, (211) 81b.

" Villa, (197) 80a.

Rowntree, Miss M. M., bequest of, (13) 46a.

Royal Arms
-, Charles I, (11) 35a, 37b.
-, George III, (14) 46b, Pl. 81.
-, Henry, Prince of Wales, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

Royds, Lady, house occupied by, (36) 54b.

Russell
-, David (junior), solicitor, house occupied by, (79) 65b.
-, " (senior), solicitor: house built for, (84) 67b; monument 1840, (9) 28b.

Rustication: l; (22) 49b; (41) 57a; (43) 58a; (76) 66b, Pl. 85; (183) 79a; (271) 89a; (285) 91a.

Rymer, Ralph, (11) 35a, b, 36a.

St. Andrew, priory of: xxxviii; (5) 24b; 69a.

St. Anne, hospital of, xxxvii.

St. Anthony, hospital of, xxxvii.

St. Anthony's Hall, Peaseholme Green, occupied by the Bluecoat School, (27) 53a.

St. Benedict, altar of, (4) 12a.

St. Catherine: altars of, (4) 3b, 12a; chapel of, xxxviii.

St. Catherine's, (81) 67a.

St. Cuthbert, consecrated bishop, xxviii.

St. Edward, church of, xxxviii.

St. George and the Dragon, representation of (brass), (9) 29a.

St. Giles, site of church of, xxxvii, 72a.

St. Helen, site of church of, xxxviii.

St. Helen's Square, rubbish pits in, xxix.

St. Hilda, churches of: Grangetown, Teesside, bells at, (8) 25b; Tang Hall, fittings from elsewhere at, (6) 24b.

St. Hilda's Garth, (97) 69a, Pl. 98.

St. James the Deacon, Acomb Moor, arch and fittings at church of, (8) 25a, b., Pl. 49.

St. John the Baptist, representation of (stone), xlii, (4) 23a, Pl. 35.

" " " Evangelist: font and font-cover from church of, (6) 24b; mortar; (4) 23a; representation of (stone), (4) 23a, Pls. 1, 30.

St. John's College, (28) 53a, Pl. 80.

St. Lawrence, parish church of: xxxviii, (7) 24b, Pls. 45, 46, 48; stone statue recovered from, (4) 23a; street taking its name from, 80b.

St. Lawrence Working Men's Club, (215) 81b, Fig. 70.

St. Loy, hospital of, xxxviii.

St. Margaret: doorway at church of, Walmgate, xlvi, Pl. 44; with dragon, representation of (stone), xlv, Pl. 42.

St. Mary at the Gate, chapel of, see St. Mary's Abbey, Claustral Buildings.

" " Bishophill Senior, chairs from church of, (6) 24b.

" " Magdalene: altar of, (4) 12a; hospital and chapel of, xxxvii.

St. Mary the Virgin.
-, Altar of, (4) 12a.
-, Church of, xxxviii, xxxix.
-, Hospital of, xxxvii.
-, Representations of
-,-, Annunciation (glass), (9) 28b (incomplete).
-,-, Coronation (stone), xliv, (4) 24a, Pl. 40.
-,-, With Child: (alabaster), xlvi, Pl. 41; (marble), (9) 28b; (stone), xlv, xlvi, Pl. 41; (4) 24a, Pl. 41.

St. Mary's Abbey: xxxvii, xxxix-xliv; (4) 3–24 Pls. 2–23, fig. 12 p. 5, Fig. in pocket; architectural description, 7b; disputes with town, 5; dissolution, 6b; excavation, 7b; land belonging to, xxxviii, 91b; liturgical arrangement, 11a; mills of, xxxviii; site of, xxxvii; stone from 7a (12) 45a.
-, Chronicle of, xxxix, (4) 3a, 11b, 12a, b.
-, Church, xl, xli, (4) 3b, 4a, 6b, 7b, 8–12, Fig. 7, p. xl.
-, Claustral Buildings, xli, xlii, (4) 12–14.
-,-, Almonry: ground formerly belonging to, (254) 86b; site of, 17b.
-,-, Chapel of St. Mary at the Gate: 4b, 14a, Pl. 14; (9) 27b, 28a.
-,-, Chapter House: xli, 4a, 6b, 12b; sculpture from, xlii, 23a, 24a, b, Pls. 1, 30–37. See also (11) 43b.
-,-, Chapter House Vestibule: 4a, 12b; remains of, (12) 44a.
-,-, Hospitium: 4a, 13b, Pl. 15; buttress and walling preserved in, 13a.
-,-, Warming House: 13a; fireplace and part of buttress from, 13a, Pl. 13.
-, Precinct Wall and Towers, xlii, 14–22.
-,-, Gatehouse, 4b, 6b, 15b, 16a, b, Pls. 18, 19, Fig. 20, p. 16, Fig. 28, p. 26.
-,-, Queen Margaret's Arch, postern known as, 6a, 21b, Pl. 23.
-,-, St. Mary's Lodge, 17a, Pl. 18, Fig. 28, p. 26.
-,-, Towers: 15a, b; 17b, Pl. 20, Fig. 21, p. 18; 20a, Pl. 22, Fig. 23, p. 20. Postern, 21a, Pl. 23, Fig. 24. St. Mary's: 6b, 7a, 18b–20a, Pl. 21, Fig. 22, p. 19; entablature from bay window in walling of, (11) 43b. Water, 14b, Pl. 17, Fig. 18, p. 15.
-,-, Walls: 4b, 5a, b, 6a, b, 7b, 14b, 15b, 17b, 18a, 20a, 22a, Fig. 19, p. 15; (9) 27a, 28a.
-, See also Abbots.

St. Mary's Cottage, (253) 86b.

" " Hospital, (25) 51b.

" " Lodge, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

" " Tower, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

St. Maurice, parish church of: xxxviii; architectural fragments and fittings from, (8) 25a, Pls. 48, 49; evidence for settlement provided by, 87a.

St. Maurice's House, (166) 78a.

St. Michael, church of, xxxviii.

St. Michael-le-Belfrey, plate at church of, (8) 25b.

St. Nicholas: altar of, (4) 12a; church of, xxxviii.

St. Olaf: (9) 25b; representation of (?) (glass), (9) 28b.

St. Olave, parish church of, xlvii, (9) 25b, Pls. 45, 50, Fig. 28, p. 26.

St. Olave's House, (249) 85b, Fig. 75, p. 86.

" " School, (84) 67b.

St. Oswald, church completed by, xxviii.

St. Oswald's Road, 71–2.

St. Peter, altar of, (4) 12a; church of, xxviii.

St. Peter's School, xlix, (29) 53b, Pl. 84.

St. Saviourgate, burial ground in, xxxv.

St. Sepulchre, public house on site of chapel of, xlv.

St. Stephen, altar of, (4) 12a.

St. Swithin, former church of, xxxv.

St. Thomas, Lowther Street, plate at church of, (8) 25b.

" " of Canterbury, altar of, (4) 12a.

St. Vincent, nunnery of Sisters of, (102) 69b.

St. Wilfrid, churches adorned by, xxviii.

St. William: panels from a sequence associated with (alabaster), xlvi; relics of, (4) 12a, b.

Saints, representations of (glass), (8) 28b.

Salome, Maria, representation of (stone), xlv.

Samian Bowl, site where found, (72) 66a.

Sandburn Cross, 17th-century boundary stone, (3) 2a.

Sanders, John, architect, (14) 46b.

Sandwith, Thomas, land acquired from, (23) 49b.

Sashes
-, Iron, (24) 51b.
-, Sliding, (203) 80b.

Savile, Sir Henry, Vice-President of the Council of the North, (11) 35a.

Saxon Stones, see Carving, Pre-Conquest.

Scarborough Parade, (178) 79a.

School of Art, rooms occupied by, (13) 45b.

Schools
-, Archbishop Holgate's, (28) 53a.
-, Bluecoat, (27) 53a.
-, Bootham: (42) 58a; (44) (45) 60a.
-, Greycoat: (27) 53a; (252) 86b.
-, Manor National, (11) 37a.
-, St. Olave's, (84) 67b.
-, St. Peter's, xxxvii, (29) 53b.
-, School of Art, (13) 45b.
-, Yeoman, (28) 53a.
-, Yorkshire School for the Blind, (11) 37a.

Scott, John, house occupied by, (196) 80a.

Scratchings, of schoolgirls, from 1745, (11) 40b.

Sculptors and Monumental Masons
-, Fisher, family, (9) 29a.
-, Joseph, Samuel, (11) 37a.
-, Plows, William Abbey: lv; (7) 25a; home of, (145) 75a.
-, Taylor, M., (9) 29a.
-, Wolstenholme, Thomas, (9) 29a.

Security, windows designed for, (24) 51b, Pl. 81.

Sell, Thomas, bricklayer, (11) 34a.

Sever or Senhouse, Abbot William: (4) 6a; (11) 30a.

Shaftoe, John, builder, (285) 91a.

Sharp, R. H., see Architects.

Sheffield, Edmund, Lord, President of the Council of the North, (11) 34a, b, 35a, b, 36b, 42a, b, 43b.

Sheriff Hutton, canal completed to, (19) 47b.

Shop Fronts, 19th-century: (37) (38) 55a.

Shoulder of Mutton, house formerly known as, (177) 78b.

" " " Hotel, (174) 78b.

Shrewbury, Earl of, member of the Council of the North, (11) 31a.

Shutters, wooden, housing for, (4) 15b.

Sickling, Mary, development by, (233) 83b.

Silversmiths, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Simon, Abbot, burial of, (4) 11b; tomb of, 12a.

Simplica Florentina, reused coffin of, xxvii, n. 1.

Siward, Earl of Northumbria: xxxvii, (4) 3a; church built by, (9) 25b; fragments from church of, (9) 29a.

Siwards How Field, grounds previously comprising, (3) 2a.

Slack Field, (3) 2b.

Smeaton, John, engineer, roof ascribed to, (12) 45a.

Smith A., plan by, (11) 32a.

Smyth, Francis, house occupied by, (128) 74a.

Snowdon, Thomas, tailor, 63b.

Soane, Sir John, design derived from plan of, liv, (105) 71a.

Sparrow Cottage, (159) 77b.

Speed, John, see Artists and Surveyors.

Spofford, Abbot Thomas: xl; (?) floor-slab of, (4) 23a, Fig. 26.

Spouts, stone, 14th-century, (4) 14b.

Stables: (14) 46b; see also Outbuildings.

Staircases, liv, Fig. 8, p. li.
-, 14th-century, (4) 20a.
-, 15th-century, (4) 17a, 21b.
-, 17th-century: (11) 42a, Pl. 62; (37) 55a, Pl. 124; (40) 56b, Fig. 8, p. li; (92) 68b, Pl. 124; (249) 85b, Fig. 8, p. li.
-, c. 1700, (278) 90a, Pl. 124.
-, 18th-century: (11) 41a, Pl. 72; (26) 53a, Pl. 124; (38) 55b, Pl. 125, Fig. 8, p. li; (39) 56b, Fig. 51, Pl. 126, Fig. 8, p. li; (40) 56b, Pl. 126; (41) 57b, Fig. 8, p. li; (42) 58b, Pl. 123, 59a; (43) 59b; (45) (46) 61a; (47) 61b; (128) 74a, Pl. 125, Fig. 8, p. li; (241) 85a; (251) 86a; (254) 87a, Pl. 126; (278) 90a, Pl. 124; (279) 90a. With castiron balusters: (69) 65a; (102) 69b; (283) 91a.
-, 19th-century: (84) 67b; (127) 73b, Pl. 127, Fig. 8, p. li; (155) 77a; (183) 79a; (184) 79b; (249) 85b; (254) 86b, Pl. 127; (294) 92b, Pl. 127. Newel, (4) 19b. With cast-iron balusters: (22) 49b; (29) 53b; (40) 56b; (44) 60a, Pl. 117; (48) 62a, Pl. 131; (49) 62a; (57) 63a, Pls. 130, 131; (70) 65b; (80) 67a, Pl. 131; (81) 67b; (105) 71a, Pls. 128, 129; (109) 71b, Pl. 131; (145) 75b; (147) 76a, Pl. 130; (164) 78a; (261) 88a, Pl. 130; (282) 91a, Pl. 130.

Stanes, Roger, bequest of, (9) 27a.

Stephenson, George 1800, monument, (9) 29a.

Stockton Lane, 79–80.

Stone, see under Building Materials.

Stonemasons, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons.

Storey, J., view by, Pl. 24.

Stoup, mediaeval, (9) 29a.

Stray, rights of, (3) 1b, 2.

" Cottage, house formerly known as, (142) 75a.

Strays, 2.

Summerhouse, see Outbuildings.

Sun Insurance Company, house insured with, (75) 66a.

Sycamore Cottage p. h., cottage formerly called, (94) 68b.

" Inn, cottage formerly called, (94) 68b.

Table Tomb, see Monuments, funeral.

Tamar, Ann, land acquired from, (20) 47b.

Tan pits, xxxii.

Tang, former township of, (3) 2a.

" Hall, 94a.

" " Field, (3) 2a.

" " Hotel, (302) 94a.

Tate, Thomas, house owned by, (277) 89b.

Tayler, John, tiler, (11) 34a.

Taylor
-, E., architect, (13) 45b.
-, M., monumental mason, (9) 29a.

Teasdale, Henry, butter factor, house purchased by, (47) 61a.

Tempest Anderson Hall, remains of Chapter House Vestibule preserved under, (12) 44a.

Terrace Cottage, house previously called, (184) 79b.

Terracotta, see under Building Materials.

Terry
-, John, carpenter, (26) 51b.
-, Joseph, linendraper, house sold to, (233) 84a.
-, Thomas: house inherited by, (233) 84a; site and houses sold to, (235) 84a.

Theatre Royal, arcade from, (31) 53b.

Thomas, Frater, floor-slab, 15th-century, (4) 23a.

Thompson, Mary, widow of Edward, m.p., of Oswaldkirk, house built for, (42) 58a.

Thoresby, Ralph, (11) 36b.

Thornton
-, Robert 1724, floor-slab, (9) 29a.
-, William, see Architects, also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.
-, William 1721, Robert 1724, monument, (9) 29a, Pl. 51.

Thorpe, Anthony 1830, floor-slab, (9) 29a.

Throckmorton, Clement, official of the Court of Augmentations, (11) 30b.

Thurnam, excavations by, (1) 1a.

Tiler, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Tiles, floor, see Floor-tiles.

Tilmire, (3) 2a.

Timber-framing, see Building Materials.

Tooling Marks, 13th-century, (4) 18b.

Toulouse, comparative sculpture at, xliii.

Towers
-, Church
-,-, 12th-century, (7) 24b, Pl. 45.
-,-, 15th-century, (9) 25b, 28a.
-, Secular, built into Roman wall, xxix.
-, See also St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and Towers.

Townend, Thomas, yeoman, site and houses sold to, (235) 84a.

" Street, 94a.

Trentholme, (161) 77b.

Tub House, see Outbuildings.

Tudor, Margaret, visit of, (4) 6a.

" style: (4) 17a; (12) 45a; (28) 52a; (31) 53b; (94) 68b; (149) 76b.

Tuke
-, Samuel, house bought by, (215) 81b.
-, William, and son Henry, money raised by, (24) 51a.

Turrets, octagonal, 19th-century: (28) 53a; (29) 53b; (145) 75b.

Tympanum, 12th-century, xlv, Pl. 29, xlvi.

Tyringham, (105) 70a.

Union Terrace: 94b; excavations on site of, xxxvii.

Vaux, Charles, public house occupied by, (188) 79b.

Vaults, see Basements.

Vescy
-, Shield, of, xlvi.
-, William de, site given to Carmelite Friary by, xlvi.

Virgin Mary, see St. Mary the Virgin.

Waggon and Horses p.h., houses forming, (212) 81b.

Walker
-, G. F., organ chamber designed by, (9) 27b.
-, John, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Ironfounders.
-, Thomas, solicitor, house built by, (57) 63a.
-, William, houses built by, (261) (262) 88a.
-, " Thomlinson, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Ironfounders.

Wall, precinct, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and towers.

Waller, Robert, housekeeper, (11) 36a.

Wall-painting, 17th-century, (37) 55a.

Walmgate, xxxv.

" Ward Stray, (3) 2a.

Wandesford, Mary: bust of, (26) 52b; endowment by, (26) 51b.

" House, formerly Wandesford Hospital, (26) 51b, Pl. 79, Fig. 47.

Ware, John, house occupied by, (139) 74b.

Warming House, see St. Mary's Abbey, Claustral Buildings.

Warwick, Abbot Simon de: xxxix; (4) 3a, b, 4b; (11) 30a.

Water End, 68–9.

" Tower, see St. Mary's Abbey, Precinct Wall and towers.

Watson, Stephen, alderman, inventory to be made by, (11) 35a.

Weather-vane, 19th-century, (89) 68a.

Wellbeloved, Rev. Charles: excavations by, xxxix, (4) 12b, Pl. 3; house bought by, (278) 89b.

Well-head, 18th-century, (30) 53b, Fig. 48, p. 54.

Wenham, L. P., excavation by, xxxv.

Wentworth, Thomas, see Presidents of the Council of the North.
-, Arms of, (11) 35a, 42a.
-, Thomas, Earl of Strafford, President of the Council of the North, (11) 34b, 41b, 42b.

West, Benjamin, property of: (278) 89b; (279) 90a.

Wharves, Roman and Danish, xxvi.

Whitby Abbey, monks from; (4) 3a; (9) 25b.

White
-, Elizabeth 1783, headstone, (7) 25a.
-, Francis, map by, (255) 87a.

White House, The: No. 10 Clifton, (69) 65a, Pl. 91, Fig. 62; Heworth (157) 77b.

Whitestone Cross, (34) 54a.

Whittock, N., see Artists and Surveyors.

Whytehead, William, solicitor, house occupied by, (70) 65b.

Wickwane, Archbishop William, altars consecrated by, (4) 3b.

Wilberforce
-, Mr., founder of the Yorkshire School for the Blind, statue of, (11) 37a.
-, William, of Hull, site purchased from, (26) 51b.

Wilkins, William, r.a., museum designed by, xlix, (12) 44a.

William I, fishpond formed by, (19) 47b.

" II, St. Mary's Abbey founded by, (4) 3a, b.

" Salt Library, Stafford, plan in, (11) 34b.

Willmot, G. F., excavations by, xliii.

Wilson
-, Mrs. Eleanor, house occupied by, (62) 64a.
-, George, carpenter, (11) 34a.

Windmill, site of, (1) 1a.

Windows, early or notable.
-, 12th-century, (8) 25b, Pl. 48.
-, 13th-century, (4) 10b.
-, 15th-century: xlxiii; (9) 28a; (11) 30a, 37b, 39a, Pl. 59; bay, (11) 39a, 40b, Pl. 59.
-, c. 1500, (4) 13b, Pl. 15.
-, 16th-century: xlviii, xlix; (11) 32a, 37b, 39a, 40a; bay, (11) 32a, 39b, Pl. 58, 41a, Pl. 53.
-, 17th-century: (11) 37b, 39b, 41b, 43b; (259) 87b; bay, (11) 42a, 43b; (76) 66b.
-, 18th-century: 1; (11) 41a; (42) 58a; (45) 60a; (117) 72a, fig. 67; bay, (117) 72a, (241) 84b; designed for security, (24) 51b, Pl. 81; on staircases, (39) 56b, Pl. 126; (48) 62a; semicircular (21) 49a; (117) 72a; (241) 84b.
-, 19th-century: (11) 42b; (29) 53b; (44) 60a; (103) 69b, Pl. 101; (111) 71b, Pl. 101; (145) 75b; bay, (29) 53b; bow, (50) 62b; (141) 75a; (290) 91b; on staircases, (102) 69b; (105) 71a; (155) 77a; (183) 79a.

Wolstenholme
-, Family, property of, (117) 72a.
-, Francis 1833, headstone, (9) 29a; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen Joiner Carvers.
-, George 1822, headstone, (9) 29a.
-, John, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Joiner Carvers.
-, Mr., carver and gilder, part of the King's Manor occupied by, (11) 36b.
-, Sarah, wife of John, 1834, headstone, (9) 29a.
-, Thomas 1812, headstone, (9) 29a; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Joiner Carvers.

Wood, Richard, churchwarden, (9) 28b.

" Street, 80a.

Woodburn, James, house built by, (269) 89a.

Woodhouse, arms of, quartered by Wentworth, (11) 42a.

Woodyear, Mrs., house purchased from, (38) 55a.

Woolpack, The, (101) 69a.

Worsley, Frances 1837, monument, (9) 29a.

Wynstay, (182) 79a.

Yarburgh, Ann, gift of, (7) 25a.

Yearsley Bridge Hospital, ridge-and-furrow surviving on lawns of, (3) 2a.

" Lock, (19) 47b.

Yeoman School, building opened as, (28) 53a.

York
-, Arms of City of (glass panel), (13) 46a, Pl. opp. p. xlix.
-, City boundary: xxxvii; (3) 2a; (32) (33) (34) 54a.
-, Danish fortifications at, xxx.
-, " palace at, xxxii.
-, Domesday, survey of, xxxii, xxxvi.
-, Early churches at, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii.
-, Evidence of buildings in, 400–866, xxix.
-, Finds in, 4th-11th-century, xxvii, xxix, xxx, xxxii.
-, Fires at, xxviii, xxix, (4) 3b.
-, Flooding at, xxvi, xxvii.
-, Frisian colony at, xxviii, xxxii.
-, Growth and development to 1069, xxv.
-, 19th-century development, lv.
-, Northumbrian, xxviii.
-, Plans of: Fig. 3, p. xxiv; Fig. 4, p. xxxi.
-, Population increases at, xxxix.
-, Post-Roman, xxvi.
-, Rights of stray of City of, (3) lb, 2.
-, Roman settlement at, xxv.
-, Siege of: xxxviii, xlix; (1) 1a; (4) 6b, 18b; (11) 35a, 43b; (17) 47a; (23) 49b; (40) 56b; (282) 90b.
-, Suburbs of: mediaeval, xxxvii; 17th-century and later, xxxviii.
-, Viking and late Saxon, 866–1066, xxx.

York and North Midland Railway Company, first chairman of, (282) 91a.

" " Ripon Diocesan Training College, premises of, (28) 53a.

" Archaeological Trust, excavation by, xxxvii, xxxix, n.

" Castle, plate from chapel in, (6) 24b.

" Corporation: buildings acquired by, (11) 37a, (13) 45b; cost of bridge borne by, (18) 47a; stained glass panel presented to, (13) 46a; well-head commissioned by, (30) 53b.

" Diocesan Society and National School, property leased to, (11) 36b.

York Gas Light Company, land acquired by, (20) 47b.

" Public Cemetery Company, cemetery and chapel opened by, (10) 29a.

" Union Workhouse, buildings begun as, (25) 51b.

" University: buildings erected for, (11) 43b; property of, (11) 37a.

Yorkshire Museum: xlix, (12) 44a, Pls. 82, 83; architectural fragments, fittings and sculpture in, xlii-xlvii, (4) 12a, 22a, (9) 28b; Crambeck face vase (fragment) in, xxvii, n. 1; fireplace of Warming House in, (4) 13a, Pl. 13; window from St. Maurice's church in, (8) 25b, Pl. 48.

" Philosophical Society: museum built for, (12) 44a; abbey grounds granted to, (4) 7b; plaque set up by, (4) 22a.

" School for the Blind, (11) 37a.

Young, Archbishop Thomas, President of the Council of the North, (11) 31b, 41a.