List of illustrations, maps, plans and figures

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Victoria County History

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P.M. Tillott (editor)

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1961

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'List of illustrations, maps, plans and figures', A History of the County of York: the City of York (1961), pp. XI-XIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36307 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Thanks are due to the York Art Gallery, the Society of Antiquaries of London, the Yorkshire Philosophical Society (the Yorkshire Museum), the Dean and Chapter of York, York City Reference Library, Leeds Art Gallery, the Yorkshire Evening Press, Country Life Ltd., Rowntree & Co. Ltd., Aerofilms Ltd., the National Buildings Record, the British Academy, the incumbents of the churches of St. Mary, Castlegate, and All Saints, North Street, the Master of Holgate Hospital, Hemsworth, Dr. J. B. Morrell, Professor I. A. Richmond, and the minister, Clifton Chapel, for permission to illustrate objects or pictures in their care or to use photographs in their possession as indicated below. Thanks are also due to the Curator of York Art Gallery, the City Reference Librarian, and the Keeper of the Yorkshire Museum for the facilities they afforded for the selection of the illustrations.

Ouse Bridge, c. 1809. From an etching in York Art Gallery by Henry Cave, published 1820 frontispiece
The Guildhall. Photograph by Country Life (5 November 1921) facing page 116
Merchant Adventurers' Hall. Photograph by A. F. Kersting, 1948 " 116
The Blackburn window, All Saints' Church, North Street. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960 " 117
Archbishop Holgate. From a portrait by an unknown artist in Holgate Hospital, Hemsworth, Yorks. " 117
Sir Arthur Ingram. From a portrait ascribed to George Geldorp in Leeds Art Gallery, Temple Newsam House " 160
Ingram's Hospital. Photograph by A. F. Kersting, 1950 " 160
Clifford's Tower with Castlegate Postern, c. 1680. From a wash drawing by an unknown artist in York Art Gallery " 161
The King's Manor. From a photograph by Country Life (29 October 1921) " 161
The New Walk. From an engraving in York Art Gallery by C. Grignion, published 1756, after the painting by Nathaniel Drake " 246
York Races. From a watercolour drawing by 'I. H.', 1769, in York Art Gallery " 246
Town Houses in York. From the border of a map by John Cossins, c. 1727 " 247
Francis Drake. From a mezzotint by Val. Green (1771) in York Art Gallery, after the painting by Nathaniel Drake " 274
Samuel Tuke. From a lithograph by J. H. Lee in York Art Gallery " 274
'The Wreck of the Royal George.' Lithograph from a drawing by 'Scrip' in York Art Gallery " 274
River Foss. Photograph by P. M. Tillott, 1959 " 275
Rowntree & Co. Ltd. From a photograph supplied by the company " 275
The Red Tower and Corporation housing. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960 " 284
Downhill Street. Photograph by P. M. Tillott, 1959 " 284
St. Leonard's Place. Photograph by P. M. Tillott, 1959 " 285
Clifford Street. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960 " 285
The city from Tanners' Moat. From a coloured lithograph by G. Barnard published c. 1837, in York Art Gallery " 311
Roman defences, the 3rd-century fortress wall. From a drawing by Professor I. A. Richmond page 327
Figure of a harpy from a Roman tomb on The Mount, preserved in the Yorkshire Museum. Photograph by K. Pettinger facing page 332
The Emperor Constantine. Photograph by R. P. Wright (Antiquaries Journal, xxiv) of the bust in the Yorkshire Museum " 332
The 'Multangular' Tower. Photograph by P. M. Tillott, 1959 " 332
Scandinavian Gold Pin, now in the Yorkshire Museum. Photograph supplied by the Keeper facing page 333
Jet Chessman, probably Scandinavian, now in Yorkshire Museum. Photograph by K. Pettinger. " 333
Title-page of the Gospel of St. Luke from the York Gospels preserved in the library of the Dean and Chapter " 333
'Dedication Stone' in St. Mary's Church, Castlegate. Photograph by K. Pettinger " 333
The Minster and its Precincts. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1953 " 340
North view of the Minster. From an undated watercolour by Paul Sandby Munn (1773–1845) in York Art Gallery " 341
Lop Lane. From a lithograph by G. Pickering, published 1828, in York Art Gallery " 341
The Treasurer's House. National Buildings Record (1950) " 356
The enthronement of the Archbishop of York. Reproduced by courtesy of the Yorkshire Evening Press " 356
Excavation at St. Mary's Abbey. From a lithograph by F. Nash published by the Society of Antiquaries, 1829; copy in York Art Gallery " 357
St. Leonard's Hospital. From a lithograph by W. Monkhouse, c. 1848, in York Art Gallery " 357
Four York Churches. From lithographs, c. 1840, published in W. Monkhouse and F. Bedford Jnr., The Churches of York " 387
York Lunatic Asylum. From an engraving (after a drawing by John Atkinson) in York Art Gallery " 408
New Street Wesleyan Chapel. From an engraving in Clifton Chapel " 408
York County Hospital. From an engraving by Henry Brown (1816–70) in York Art Gallery page 468
York Dispensary. From an engraving by Henry Brown (1816–70) in York Art Gallery " 470
The Old and New Railway Stations. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1921 facing page 472
Naburn Lock. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1960 " 473
Freeing Skeldergate Bridge from toll. From a photograph in York City Reference Library " 473
Pavement. From a watercolour by T. White, 1802, in York Art Gallery " 486
Parliament Street Market. From a photograph in York City Reference Library " 486
The Shambles. From a photograph in York City Reference Library " 487
Bootham Bar. From a photograph by E. Taylor, c. 1860, National Buildings Record " 487
Layerthorpe Bridge and Postern. From an engraving by an unknown artist in York Art Gallery " 520
Micklegate Bar. From an engraving in York Art Gallery after a drawing by T. Hearne " 520
The Guildhall from the river. Photograph by P. M. Tillott, 1959 " 521
The Castle. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd. 1926 " 521
The Mansion House. Reproduced in J. B. Morrell, City of Our Dreams, 1955 " 544
The Assembly Rooms. From a photograph by Country Life (22 June 1951) " 544
The second common seal of the city. From the engraving in Francis Drake's Eboracum page 545
The Arms of the City of York. From a drawing by K. J. Allison " 546

LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS

All the maps and plans were drawn by G. R. Versey from drafts by K. J. Allison. All are based on Ordnance Survey maps with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved.

Street Plan facing page 1
Parishes and Townships around York, 1850 page 312
The Ridden Boundaries " 317
Modern Boundary Extensions " 321
Roman York " 323
The Minster and its Precincts " 340
The Sites of St. Mary's Abbey and St. Leonard's Hospital " 359
Principal Railway Lines Serving York " 479
Common Lands and Strays " 502


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