List of plates

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Victoria County History

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C.P. Lewis, A.T. Thacker (Editors)

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2003

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'List of plates', A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 part 1: The City of Chester: General History and Topography (2003), pp. VIII-IX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=19177 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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For permission to reproduce material in their possession thanks are offered to Cheshire County Council (Archives, Libraries, and Museums), the Chester Archaeological Society, Chester City Council (Chester Archaeology, Chester History and Heritage (formerly Chester Archives), and the Grosvenor Museum), and the Courtauld Institute of Art.

Frontispiece

South-east prospect of Chester, 1760.

Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.

Between pages 272 and 273

1 The shrine of Minerva in Handbridge, 1725. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
2 Masonry of the Roman east gate, 1768. Etching for Joseph Hemingway's History of Chester.
3 'Chester ware' pot and silver treasure, late 10th century. Grosvenor Museum.
4 13th-century pottery from the Saintonge. Chester Archaeology.
5 A lead seal matrix of Bishop Peter of Chester (1075-85). Chester Archaeology.
6 St. Werburg's shrine in Chester cathedral. Courtauld Institute of Art.
7 St. John's church interior, 1812. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
8 St. John's church exterior, 1838. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
9 St. Michael's church, early 19th century. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
10 St. Bridget's church, 1816. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
11 Holy Trinity church, early 19th century. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
12 St. Martin's church, early 19th century. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
13 St. Peter's church, early 19th century. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
14 St. Mary's church, early 19th century. Etching in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
15 Cathedral exterior, before the Victorian restorations. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
16 Cathedral exterior, after 1876. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
17 Cathedral choir, 1813. Aquatint in C.C.A.L.S.
18 Cathedral chapter house, probably c. 1780. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
19 Old Eastgate, probably soon before 1768. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
20 New Eastgate, as rebuilt in 1768. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
21 Old Northgate, shortly before 1808. Aquatint in Chester Archaeological Society collection.
22 Old Bridgegate, 1780. Original wash drawing in C.C.A.L.S.
23 New Bridgegate, 1857. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
24 New Northgate, 1815. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
25 The Exchange, 1699. Photograph of engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
26 Chester town hall and market hall, c. 1890. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/465.
27 New St. Bridget's church. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
28 The castle: Harrison's new main block and armoury. Lithograph in Cheshire Museums Service, no. 3419 (iv) b.
29 The castle: Harrison's propylaeum. Lithograph in Cheshire Museums Service, no. 3419 (iv) f.
30 Smith's almshouses, Commonhall Street. Print in C.C.A.L.S.
31 Lamb Row and the Two Churches. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
32 Eastgate Row, 1817. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
33 Medieval undercroft in Eastgate Street, 1856. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
34 Chester Infirmary and the city gaol. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
35 Chester Lunatic Asylum, Bache, 1831. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
36 Matthew Henry's chapel, 1847. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
37 St. Werburgh's Roman Catholic church, Queen Street, c. 1838. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
38 Methodist New Connexion chapel, Pepper Street, 1850. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
39 Queen Street Independent chapel, mid 19th century. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
40 Dee Bridge, the Dee Mills, and the Groves, 1880s. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/247.
41 Overleigh cemetery, c. 1850. Lithograph by J. M'Gahey in C.C.A.L.S.
42 Chester regatta, 1854. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
43 Chester Races, 1846. Newspaper cutting: C.H.H., Y 5/7/1.
44 Chemical works in Skinner Street, 1820. Aquatint in C.C.A.L.S.
45 Covered canal-boat repair dock at Tower Wharf, early 20th century. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/400.
46 Hallmarking silver in the Chester assay office, Goss Street, c. 1960. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/298.
47 The canal wharf in the earlier 19th century. Lithograph in C.C.A.L.S.
48 Clare's Court, off Charles Street, 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 30.
49 Posnett's Court, off Watergate Street, 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 13.
50 No. 1 Bridge Street, 1896. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/10.
51 Parke's Court, off Love Street, 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 26.
52 Atholl Place, off Crook Street, 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 6.
53 East side of St. Werburgh Street, c. 1900. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/410.
54 The markets in the earlier 19th century. Etching in C.C.A.L.S.
55 South end of Northgate Street, c. 1860s. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/373.
56 Factories at the Handbridge end of the Dee causeway, c. 1925. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/204.
57 King Charles's Tower, early 20th century. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/48.
58 Brickmaking on Hough Green, 1796. Engraving in C.C.A.L.S.
59 Watling Crescent, Lache. Photograph: C.H.H.
60 Houses on the Eaton Road estate. Photograph: C.H.H.
61 Prefabricated bungalows in Blacon. Photograph: C.H.H.