List of illustrations

A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1940.

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, 'List of illustrations', in A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes, (London, 1940) pp. xi-xiii. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol7/xi-xiii [accessed 18 May 2024].

. "List of illustrations", in A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes, (London, 1940) xi-xiii. British History Online, accessed May 18, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol7/xi-xiii.

. "List of illustrations", A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes, (London, 1940). xi-xiii. British History Online. Web. 18 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol7/xi-xiii.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Page
Poynings: the Manor-house and Church, c. 1785 Frontispiece
The Rape of Lewes: from Budgen's Map of Sussex, 1724 plate, facing 1
Lewes: Plan of the Town 8
" Bridge, 1782 plate, facing 8
" High Street
" Bull House " " 9
" West Gate, Plan 11
" Castle and Brack Mount, from the North-West, c. 1780 plate, facing 20
" Castle, from the South
" " the Norman Gateway " " 21
" " the Barbican
" " Plan 23
" Church of St. Michael, Plan 38
" " " St. John-sub-Castro, from the South-East, c. 1780 plate, facing 38
" " " All Saints, from the South-East, c. 1800
" " " St. Michael, from the North, c. 1790 " " 39
" " " St. Anne, from the North-East, c. 1780
" " " " " Plan 39
Southover: Anne of Cleves House plate, facing 44
" The Grange, from the North-West
" Lewes Priory: the Great Gate, c. 1785 " " 45
" " " the Infirmary Chapel, from the South-East
" Anne of Cleves House, Plan 45
" Lewes Priory: the Ruins from the South, 1737 plate, facing 46
" " " Plan " " 47
" Church of St. John the Baptist, Plan 49
Iford: Swanborough Manor, Plan 53
" Church, Plan 55
" Church 56
Kingston near Lewes: Church Plan 60
Newhaven Church, Plan 65
Piddinghoe Church, Plan 68
Newhaven Church, from the North-East, 1780 plate, facing 68
Piddinghoe Church, from the South-East, 1802
Rodmell: Remains of Northease Chapel, c. 1780 " " 69
" Old House 70
" Church, Plan 71
Southease Church, Plan 74
Telscombe Church, Plan 77
" Church, from the North-East, c. 1780 plate, facing 78
Barcombe Church, from the North-East, c. 1780 " " 79
" " Plan 82
Hamsey Church, Plan 86
" " Tower plate, facing 86
" " Interior, the Chancel
Newick Church: the Tower plate, facing 87
" " Plan 90
Chailey: Wapsbourne, from the East plate, facing 96
" Church, from the South-East, c. 1780
East Chiltington Church, from the South-East, 1802 " " 97
Chailey Church, Plan 97
East Chiltington Church, Plan 102
Ditchling 103
" Church, Plan 107
" " from the North-East, 1802 plate, facing 108
Plumpton Place, c. 1780
" Church 111
" " Plan 112
Streat Church, Plan 115
" " from the South-West, c. 1780 plate, facing 116
" Place, 1785
Westmeston Church, from the West " " 117
" " Interior, looking East
" " Plan 118
Wivelsfield: Great Ote Hall plate, facing 120
" Pepper Hall " " 121
" Church, from the South-East
" " Plan 122
Ardingly: Wakehurst, c. 1780 plate, facing 128
" Church, from the North-East, c. 1780
" " Chancel Screen " " 129
" " Tomb
" " Plan 130
Balcombe Church, from the South-West, 1805 plate, facing 136
Bolney Church, from the South-East " " 137
" " Plan 139
Clayton Church 141
" " Plan 143
" " Chancel Arch and Paintings plate, facing 144
" Hammonds Place, c. 1780
Crawley Church: the Tower " " 145
" The Punch Bowl
Cuckfield Park: the Gate-house " " 150
" Church, from the South-East, 1802
" " Plan 161
West Hoathly Church, Plan 170
" " " from the South-West, 1800 plate, facing 170
" " " Interior
Hurstpierpoint: Danny " " 171
" the Old Church, 1802
Keymer Church, from the South-East, c. 1780 " " 180
Slaugham Place: the Northern Arcade
" Church, from the South-East, 1805 " " 181
" " Interior
" " Plan 184
Twineham: Hickstead Place and 'The Castle' plate, facing 188
" Slipe
Twineham Church, from the South-East, 1809 plate, facing 189
" " Plan 191
Worth Church, Plan 197
" " from the South-East plate, facing 198
" " before Restoration, 1805
" " Interior " " 199
" Rowfant
Newtimber: Saddlescombe Manor-house 205
" Church, from the South-West, c. 1780 plate, facing 208
Poynings Church: Interior, looking East " " 209
" " Plan 210
" " Pulpit and screen 211
Pyecombe Church, Plan 214
" " from the South-East, 1802 plate, facing 214
Patcham Church: 'The Doom' " " 215
" " Plan 219
Ovingdean Church, Plan 231
Falmer: the Old Church, 1802 plate, facing 232
Rottingdean Church, from the South-East, c. 1800
" " 233
" Balsdean Chapel, Plan 233
" Church, Plan 236
Stanmer: the Old Church, c. 1870 plate, facing 240
West Blatchington: Ruins of the Old Church, 1782 " " 241
" " Church, Plan 243
Brighton from the Air, 1938 plate, facing 244
" from the East Cliff, 1785 " " 245
" Plan and View, 1779 " " 246
" The Steine and Royal Pavilion, from the North, 1823 " " 247
" the Promenade and the Chain Pier, 1825
" the Royal Pavilion, 1785 " " 248
" " " " as reconstructed in 1817–20
" the Steine and Royal Pavilion, 1806 " " 249
" Church, Plan 260
Hove: the Old Church, 1804 plate, facing 268
Preston Church: Paintings formerly on North Wall of Nave
" Manor, Plan 269
" Church, Plan 271
Aldrington: Ruins of the Old Church, 1772 plate, facing 276
Hangleton Church, from the South-West, 1802
" Manor-house 277
" Church, Plan 281
Portslade: the Manor-house plate, facing 282
" Church and Manor-house, 1802 " " 283
" " Plan 285