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'List of Plates', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset, Volume 2: South East (1970), pp. V-XVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=127504 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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LIST OF PLATES

and of other ILLUSTRATIONS apart from their relevant texts in PARTS 1 and 2

For Prehistoric and Roman Monuments see LIST OF PLATES etc. in PART 3

PART 1, pp. i–lxx, 1–188; Pls., Frontis., 1–116

PART 2, pp. 189–418; Pls., Frontis., 117–207

PART 3, pp. 419–701; Pls., Frontis., 208–235

(The prefixed numerals in brackets refer to the monument numbers in the Inventory)

GENERALplate or (p.) page
Parishes of S.E. Dorset, mapin pocket, Part 2
Mediaeval settlements in S.E. Dorset, distribution mapopp. p. xxxvi
Manor boundaries as formerly in W. Purbeck, diagrammatic mapp. xxxvii
House-plan types in S.E. Dorset, diagramp. lxiii
Do. W. Cambridgeshire, diagramp. lxii
Barns, comparative plansp. lxvi
Barn roof trusses, comparative elevationsp. lxv
PARISHES
1. AFFPUDDLE
Plan of Affpuddlep. 6
Plan of Briantspuddlep. 7
(1) Parish Church of St Lawrence
Tower, from S.W.2
Bench ends65
Monument (3) to George Perkins, 1794, headstone21
Pulpit and details66
(2) Hurst Bridges. Middle Bridge34
(6) Waddock Farm. Exterior44
(25) House, 17th-century. Exterior49
(37) North Barn, 1802. Exterior52
2. ARNE
Plan of Stoboroughp. 10
3. BERE REGIS
Village planp. 19
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist
Tower, from N.E.2
Nave. Capitals of S. arcade7
Do. Roof, looking E.68
Do. do. carved figures etc.69
S. aisle. Turberville window32
Bench ends etc.67, p. 188
Clock works5
Font8
Monument (1) to John Skerne, erected 159614
Monument (1) to John Skerne, soffit15
Do. (5), early 16th-century, soffit15
4. BINCOMBE
(11) Strip fields. Area planp. 24
(a) Strip lynchets S.E. of village, looking S.70
(b) Do. on Green Hill, looking N.E.72
(b) Do. E. of Green Hill, showing rock outcrop70
5. BLOXWORTH
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew. Hour-glass5
(2) Bloxworth House. Exterior, N. front72
(25) Marsh Farm. Exterior44
6. BROADMAYNE
Village planp. 32
(5) House, 1698. Exterior45
7. CHALDON HERRING
(7). West Chaldon Farm. Barns, planp. lxvi
8. CHICKERELL
Village planp. 40
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Pulpit, 163028
9. CHURCH KNOWLE
Village planp. 45
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter
Exterior, from S.1
Monument (1) to John Clavell, 157214
Do. do. soffit15
Plate. Cup of 157423
(2) Barnston Farm. Exterior, from S.73
Do. from N.E.73
(16) House. Exterior49
(22) Whiteway Farm. House and farm buildings, plan and general views51
(23) Puddle Mill Farm. Exterior46
(26) Boundary stone64
10. COOMBE KEYNES
Estate map, by J. Sparrow, 177071
(1) Parish Church of the Holy Rood. Plate, chalice of c. 150022
North Lodges, see Lulworth castle, LULWORTH, EAST, (3)101
11. CORFE CASTLE
Village planp. 84
Village. General views89
Do. Aerial view, from S.90
Do. R. Treswell's survey of 1585, detail90
Comparative house-plans, 16th-17th centuryp. 87
Do. 17th-18th centuryp. 92
Map of mediaeval and other earthworksp. 97
(1) Parish Church of St. Edward, King and Martyr
W. doorway100
Plate. Cup of c. 159023
Do. Cup and cover-paten of 165926
Do. Flagon of 164925
(2) Old and new Churches of St. James, Kingston
Monument (2) to Earl of Eldon, 1839. Detail18
Glass roundel with shield-of-arms61
Plate. Flagon of 183224
(4) Town Hall
Corporation plate. Mace38
Do. Seal35
(5) Town House. Street front89
(10) Corfe castle. Dated planin pocket, Part 1
R. Treswell's plan of 158674
Aerial view, from N.W.81
Distant view, from S.W.80
Outer Gatehouse. Entrance archway and passage77
Outer Bailey. Curtain W. of Outer Gatehouse. Detail of plinth76
Do. Second Tower. Detail of plinth76
Do. Third Tower. Loop, interior of embrasure87
Do. Fourth Tower. Loop, exterior, and interior of embrasure87
Plukenet Tower, from W.78
Do. Sheild-of-arms of Alan de Plukenet78
Do. Arrow loop, exterior78
S.W. Gatehouse, from Outer Gatehouse75
Do. Entrance archway and N.E. wall of passage77
Do. N.E. tower. Cross loop, interior of embrasure87
Do. S.W. tower and garderobe77
W. Bailey. N. Tower. Detail of plinth76
Do. Old Hall. Internal face79
Do. do. Detail of window splay79
Do. do. Drain79
Do. do. S.E. external angle79
Do. do. Excavated column-base6
Inner Ward, from Outer Gatehouse75
Do. S.E. corner ('Gloriette' Tower). Detail of plinth76
Keep, from Outer GatehouseFrontispiece (Part 1)
Do. External arcade, E. side86
Do. Doorway in Chapel86
Do. Doorway in King's Chamber86
Keep and S. annexe. Exterior, from E.82
Passage between Keep and S. annexe83
Keep, W. forebuilding and S. annexe. Exterior, from W.83
The 'Gloriette'. Exterior, from N.W.85
Do. Exterior, from W., with Hall range85
Do. Doorway to Hall84
Do. Hall; exterior, from E.84
Do. do. windows; details of stops to labels84
Ditch. Scarp to Inner Ward, looking W.82
(11) Encombe. Exterior, from S.88
Fireplace in Morning Room54
(15) Greyhound Hotel. Exterior, from S.89
(33, 34) Houses and cottages, 17th and 18th-century89
(57) Cottage, at Town's End. Exterior49
(96) House. Exterior47
(99) House. Exterior48
(106) Cottage, 1757. Exterior49
116–21) Houses etc., on W. side of West Street89
(140) Westwood Farm. Exterior47
(161) Scotland Farm. Exterior45
(176) The 'Rings'. Aerial view, looking N.E. towards Corfe castle91
Do. Distant view, looking S.W. from Corfe castle91
(177) Mere-stones64
12. CORFE MULLEN
(2) Court House. E. front92
Ceiling to ground floor92
(8) Hart's Cottage. General view and details93
(13) Cottage. Exterior48
13. DORCHESTER
Town planp. 114
Street elevations in High West Street (N. side), High East Street (N. and S. sides), Cornhill (E. side)opp. p. 119
Do. in High West Street (S. side)opp. p. 121
Comparative house-plansp. 120
Do. 17th-centuryp. 121
(1) Parish Church of All Saints
Monument (1) to Matthew Chubb, 161712
Royal Arms60
(3) Parish Church of St. Peter
Tower, from N.E.2
Hatchment (2)61
Monument (5) to Sir John Williams, 161713
Monument (8), military effigy, late 14th-century11
Do. (9), do. do.11
Do. do. detail20
Plate. Flagon, 167624
Pulpit, early 17th-century28
(4) Parish Church of St. George, Fordington
Altar4
Sculptured door-head, c. 110097
(9) Shire Hall. Street front96
Crown Court; interior96
(10) Town Hall
Civic plate. Mace39
Do. Borough Seals (i–iii)36
Do. Bailiff's Seal (vi)36
(25) South Lodge. S. front95
Dining Room95
Staircase95
(40) 'King's Arms' Hotel40
(49–50) Nos. 6, 7 High West Street94
(58) No. 23 High West Street94
(65–7) Nos. 41–4 High West Street94
(93) 'Antelope' Hotel. Street front98
(96) No. 10 South Street. Street front129
(132) No. 3 Trinity Street94
(143) Dunloe House, Fordington94
15. KIMMERIDGE
(2) Clavel Tower58
(4) Smedmore House. S. front98
N.W. front99
Fireplace in drawing room54
Fireplace in bedroom56
16. KNIGHTON, WEST
(3) West Knighton Farm. Exterior44
(7) Lower Lewell Farm. House and farm buildings, plan and general views50
Barn roof53
17. LANGTON MATRAVERS
Village plan (W.)p. 142
Do. (E.)p. 143
18. LULWORTH, EAST
Village planp. 150
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew
Tower, from S.3
Tower arch100
(2) Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary
Exterior, from S.104
Interior, looking N.E.105
Cope, mid 18th-century31
Organ-case, 1785105
Plate. Cup, 170422
Do. Censer, 177227
Do. Incense boat, late 18th-century27
Do. Cruet jugs, 177627
Do. Paten, late 18th-century22
Tabernacle9
(3) Lulworth Castle
Exterior, from S.E.102
Exterior, from S.W.101
E. front. Triumphal Entry103
Do. Lead statue of 'Fortitude'103
Do. do. 'Temperance'103
North Lodges (in COOMBE KEYNES)101
Wareham Gate Lodge58
(5) Manor Cottage. Exterior47
19. LULWORTH, WEST
Village planp. 153
20. LYTCHETT MATRAVERS
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Font8
(4) Dullar Farm. Exterior44
21. LYTCHETT MINSTER
(8) North Holton Farm. Exterior43
(17) St. Leonard's Farm. Exterior46
22. MORDEN
Parish mapp. 172
(2) Parish Church of St. Mary, Charborough
Exterior, from N.E.107
Interior, looking E.110
Monument (3) to Richard Drax Grosvenor, 1819, and Sarah Frances Erle Drax, 182218
Do. do. detail19
Pulpit110
Reredos, early to mid 16th-century30
(3) Charborough House
Exterior, from N.107
Staircase, painting on N.W. wall: 'Judgement of Paris'108
Do. painting on S.E. wall: 'Rape of Helen'108
Do. painting on ceiling109
Armoury; interior, looking S.E.106
Shield-of-arms, in housekeeper's room61
Tower; exterior, from W.111
Do. staircase, looking upward111
Gate pier to stable yard63
Peacock Lodge59
Lion Gate (in STURMINSTER MARSHALL)59
Stag Gate do.59
(4) House. Exterior42
(6) East Morden Farm. Exterior47
(15) Stickland's Farm. Exterior43
(19) Farmhouse. Exterior46
(47) New Barn. Roof53
23. MORETON
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas
Exterior, from S.W.112
Monument (1) to Mary Frampton, by Vangelder113
(3) Hurst Bridges. S. bridge34
(5) Moreton House. W. front116
24. OSMINGTON
Map of mediaeval settlements and fieldsp. 187
(1) Parish Church of St. Osmund
Monument (13) to Henry Bailey, 1774, headstone21
Monument (17) to Caleb Angel, 1774, headstone21
Plate. Cup, 165823
(6) White House. Architectural details41
(29) George III, hill-side chalk cutting114
25. OWERMOIGNE
Map of mediaeval settlements and fieldsp. 187
(2) Moigne Court. Exterior, from W.115
Interior115
26. POOLE
Town planin pocket, Part 2
Street elevations in Castle Street, New Street, Thames Streetopp. p. 213
Do. West Street, Bay Hog Laneopp. p. 235
Comparative plans of mansion houses, 18th-centuryp. 190
Do. do.p. 214
Do. double-fronted houses, 18th–19th centuryp. 216
Do. single-fronted houses, 18th–19th centuryp. 222
Roof constructionp. 213
Boot-scrapersp. 192
(1) Parish Church of St. James
Interior, looking W.118
Font9
Monument (5) to William Spurrier, 180918
Do. (11) to Tito family, c. 177417
Do. (12) to Peter Jolliff, 173716
Do. (17) to George Lewen, 171816
Plate. Cup. 174323
Do. Flagon, 171824
Reredos, 173629
Royal Arms, 182160
(2) Parish Church of St. Paul. Exterior179
(6) Parish Church of Canford Magna
Exterior, from S.E.117
Nave. Interior, looking E.117
Monument (9) to Richard Lloyd, c. 173316
Do. (12) to Henrietta Mary Wilkie, erected 179117
Do. (14) to Samuel Martin, 178817
Do. do. detail18
Do. (18) to Charles, son of William and Eleanor Budden, 1827, headstone21
(8) Skinner Street Chapel. W. front119
Interior, looking E.119
(11) Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary. Font9
(13) Canford Bridge34
(14) Guildhall. S.W. front120
(15) Corporation plate etc. (i) Mace38
Do. (iii) Mace, head39
Do. (vi, viii–xiii) Seals35
(16–18) Harbour Office, Town Cellars and Custom House124
(17) Town Cellars. Exterior, from S.W.122
Roof122
(18) Custom House. W. frontFrontispiece (Part 2)
(27) The Rectory. Iron railings63
(28) Upton House. N. front136
Do. do. colonnade detail136
(29) Merly House. Centrepiece133
Staircase57
Dining Room, rococo plasterwork56
Do. ceiling, detail135
Drawing Room, ceiling134
Do. do. detail135
Saloon, ceiling134
(30) Canford Manor. Exterior, from S.W.137
Entrance front156
'John of Gaunt's' Kitchen. Exterior, from N.E.137
Do. Roof123
(65–9) Castle Street. S.W. side125
(98) No. 10 High Street. Entrance doorway131
(99) No. 14 High Street. Exterior, from N.W.123
(104) No. 30 High Street. Entrance doorway131
(117) No. 100 High Street. Street front129
(144) Beech Hurst. Street front130
(195) Nos. 7, 5 Market Street. Entrance doorways131
(203) Sir Peter Thompson's House. Entrance doorway127
Fireplaces, ground and first floors54
Staircase, detail127
(205–8) Market Street. N.W. side125
(207) Nos. 10, 12 Market Street. Entrance doorways131
(209) No. 18 Market Street. Railings63
Entrance doorway131
(210) No. 20 Market Street. Staircase57
(276) Mansion House, Thames Street. N.E. front to street121
Staircase, looking E.121
(277) No. 13 Thames Street. N.E. front132
(300) West End House. Street front130
(308) No. 32 West Street. Street front126
Staircase126
(315) No. 84 West Street. Entrance doorway131
(330) Old Rectory, Hamworthy. S.E. front128
27. PORTESHAM
(8) Waddon Manor. Exterior, from S.141
'White Parlour', looking N.W.142
Staircase57
(26) E. Shilvinghampton Farm. Exterior45
(29) Friar Waddon Farm. House and farm buildings, plan and general views147
(32a) Strip lynchets E. of Portesham Withy Bed, looking S.140
28. PORTLAND
Plan of Fortuneswellp. 254
Do. Eastonp. 256
Do. Wakehamp. 257
Comparative house-plansp. 257
(1) Former Parish Church of St. George, Reforne
Exterior, from S.144
Do. from S.W.143
Interior, looking E.144
Monument (6) to Mary White, 1781, headstone21
Do. (7) to James Chiles, 1774, and John Allen, 1782, headstone21
Do. (13) to Robert Andrews, 1781, headstone21
(6) Portland Castle. Exterior, from N.E.146
(7) Rufus Castle. Exterior, from N.W.145
Interior, looking N.E.145
(13) Windmills145
(95) Strip fields. Aerial view, looking N.N.W.138
Do. (b) Strip lynchets, looking E.139
Do. (b) Mere-stone64
29. POXWELL
(3) Poxwell House. Exterior, from E.148
Fireplace in Hall150
Gatehouse, from W.149
(6) Cottage. Exterior49
30. STAFFORD, WEST
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew
Interior, looking W.151
Monument (2) to John Gould, 172717
Plate. Cup, 163823
Do. Flagon, 171824
(5) Stafford House. E. front139
(6) Manor. S. front152
Cartouche carved with arms61
(7) Glebe Court, former Rectory. Hall, looking S.E.142
(9) Farmhouse. Exterior45
(10) Barn. Exterior52
Roof53
31. STEEPLE
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael. Bell-stamp5
(2) Chapel of St. John, Creech Grange. Chancel arch161
(4) Creech Grange. Distant view of S. front154
S. front153
E. front154
Statue62
Archway58
32. STOKE, EAST
(3) Holme Bridge33
(4) Woolbridge Manor. N. front155
Exterior, from S.E.155
Barn; roof53
(7) West Holme Lodge. Exterior43
33. STUDLAND
Village planp. 282
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas
Exterior, from S.E.162
Interior, looking E.161
Corbel table, details7
Plate. Cup, 1630, and cover-paten, 157523
(2) Parish Church of St. Mary, Brownsea Island
Carved wood figures, early 16th-century30
Pew, 1853–429
(3) Brownsea Castle
Aerial view, from E.159
Do. from N.W.159
Engraved view from N.W.160
Map in Hatfield MSS.158
Family pier160
Statue62
(26) Boundary stone64
34. STURMINSTER MARSHALL
Village planp. 288
Lion Gate and Stag Gate, see Charborough House, MORDEN (3)59
(4) White Mill Bridge33
(7) Henbury House. S. front152
(36) Almer Manor. N.W. front157
35. SWANAGE
Town planp. 293
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin
Monument (13) to Katherine Henrietta, daughter of Timothy and Mary Chinchen, 1781, headstone21
Plate. Cup and cover-paten, 169226
Do. Flagon, 169225
(2) Parish Church of All Saints. Font9
(4) Town Hall. Street front156
(5) Pump63
(6) Lamp post, detail63
(11) Newton Manor. Shield-of-arms61
(12) Godlingston Manor. S. front157
(40) Purbeck House. Statues62
(79) Strip fields. Area planopp. p. 297
(a) Mere-stone64
36. TURNERS PUDDLE
(13) Snelling Farm. Exterior43
37. TYNEHAM
Map of mediaeval and other earthworksin pocket, Part 2
(2) Tyneham House. E. front153
Entrance archway150
Glass shield-of-arms, now in Dorset County Museum61
(9) Strip lynchets (d), overlying 'Celtic' fields (Ancient Field Group 19)197
38. WAREHAM LADY ST. MARY
Town planp. 316
(1) Parish Church of Lady St. Mary
Watercolour of exterior, from N.W., before rebuilding of 1841163
do. interior, looking E. do.163
Exterior; E. end of chancel164
Becket Chapel; vault164
Lead font168
Do. Apostles, detail167
Monument (11), military effigy, c. 130010
Do. (12), military effigy, mid 13th-century10
Do. (32) to Arthur Addams, 177416
Pre-Conquest inscriptions165
Do. line drawings166
Pottery paten5
Cross shafts6
(2) Church of St. Martin
Exterior, from S.169
Interior, looking N.E.170
(5) Unitarian Chapel. Exterior179
(7) Town Hall. Borough Seal36
Mace38
Royal Arms, 1694–170260
(12) The Manor House. W. front173
Panelled entrance lobby174
Cupboard174
(54) No. 12 South Street. Shop window171
(55) 'Black Bear' Hotel. Street front173
(60) No. 2 South Street. Shop window171
(65) Nos. 23–25 West Street. Architectural detail41
(73) No. 12 West Street. Shop windows171
(79) Town defences. Aerial view, from S.172
N. rampart, from N.W.172
Plan, including Wareham Castlep. 323
39. WAREHAM ST. MARTIN
(2) South Bestwall House. Exterior42
40. WARMWELL
(2) Warmwell House. S. front175
42. WEYMOUTH
Town planopp. p. 338
Plan of Wyke Regisp. 373
Comparative plans of small housesp. 345
Do.p. 348
Do. of terrace housesp. 356
Bath Street, looking W.185
St. Alban Street, looking W.185
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary
Exterior of W. end, from S.177
Interior, looking E.178
Armorial cartouche, on mayoral pew61
'The Last Supper', painting178
(4) Baptist Chapel. Exterior179
(8) Sandsfoot Castle, from S.W.146
(9) George III Jubilee Monument176
(10) Guildhall. Exterior, from N.W.180
Interior of Court Room180
Royal Arms, James I60
Do. George I60
Civic Insignia. (i) Mace39
Do. (iv) Mace38
Do. (vi–viii, xi–xiii) Seals37
(14) Masonic Hall. Exterior179
(17) Belfield. Exterior, from S.E.181
N.E. front183
Staircase and landing182
(90) No. 14 Wyke Road. Ironwork55
(166) St. Edmund Street. Ironwork55
(214) No. 63 St. Thomas Street. Architectural detail41
(229) Devonshire Buildings. Street front186
(230) Pulteney Buildings. Street front184
(240) York Buildings. Centre bow40
(242) Houses and shops flanking N. end of St. Mary Street40
(268) Belvidere. Street front184
(322) Parish Church of St. Ann, Radipole. Bell-cote, early 16th-century32
(334) Parish Church of St. Lawrence, Upwey. Pulpit, 164028
(339) Westbrook House, Upwey. S. front181
(369) Parish Church of Wyke Regis
Tower2
Do. from S.E.187
Wall-tablet (27) commemorating wreck of ship Alexander176
Royal Arms, Tudor60
(395) Strip fields. Area planp. 24
43. WHITCOMBE
(1) Parish Church
Exterior, from S.3
Cross shafts6
44. WINFRITH NEWBURGH
Village planp. 379
(3) Winfrith Fields Farm52
45. WINTERBOURNE ABBAS
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary
Interior, looking W.151
Piscina4
Font8
(8) Lodge. Exterior58
46. WINTERBORNE CAME
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas
Chair9
Monument (2) to John Meller, 161112
Do. do. detail20
(3) Came House. Centrepiece of N. front133
S. front190
Drawing Room, looking S.W.190
Fireplace in Drawing Room189
Staircase57
Window on staircase; rococo detail56
Conservatory188
(4) Came Rectory. Exterior42
(8) Deserted mediaeval village. E. block, looking S.197
47. WINTERBORNE HERRINGSTON
(1) Herringston. N. front195
Exterior, from S.E.195
Great Chamber, looking S.191
Do. details of panelling192
Do. do. plasterwork193–4
49. WINTERBORNE ST. MARTIN
(1) Parish Church of St. Martin. Pulpit28
50. WINTERBOURNE STEEPLETON
Map of mediaeval settlement and fieldsin pocket, Part 2
Map of field system in 1840Do.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael
Tower, from S.3
Angel, stone carving196
(12) Strip lynchets, looking S.E.207
51. WOODSFORD
(2) Woodsford Castle. W. front199
Exterior, N. end200
Do. E. side200
Chapel; piscina4
52. WOOL
Village planp. 408
(1) Parish Church of The Holy Rood
Altar frontal31
Font8
(3) Bindon Abbey. Chapter House, architectural details204, p. 418
Brass indent203
Coffin-lid (5)203
Monument of ecclesiastic203
Tilesp. 405
(6) Bridge33
(7) 'Bindon Abbey' House. Exterior, from S.W.201
Door in hall202
Staircase202
Gatehouse, from W.201
(18) Seaforth Cottage. Exterior42
(25) Farmhouse. Exterior46
53. WORTH MATRAVERS
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas
Exterior, from S.1
Chancel arch206
(2) St. Aldhelm's Chapel
Exterior, from N.W.205
Interior206
(29) Strip fields. Aerial view, looking N.W.198
Do. On West Man, looking S.E.198
(32) Pillow mound (a), looking S.E.207