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'List of Illustrations', An Inventory of Historical Monuments in the Town of Stamford (1977), pp. XV-XXXII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=129482 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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

GENERAL
Map of the town of StamfordIn pocket at end of volume.
Map showing the extent of the borough of Stamford. Area covered by InventoryFig. 1, p. xxxiv
Medieval Stamford in its physical setting showing N.-S. roadsFig. 2, p. xxxvi
Map of Stamford by James Knipe, 1833 (BM Map Room 3425 (1); reproduced by permission of the British Library Board)Pl. 56
Air photographs of the town of StamfordPl. 1
Map of St. Martin's Parish by William Murray, 1773 (reproduced by permission of the Trustees of the Burghley Estate Trust and the Marquess of Exeter)Pl. 3
Copy of drawing by William Stukeley of supposed camp of Roman pattern (Stamford Archaeological Society)Fig. 3, p. xxxvii
Map showing Danish burh (8) and Saxon burh (9), and lines of North RoadFig. 4, p. xxxix
Stamford Racecourse at Wothorpe. Reconstruction of 18th-century grandstandFig. 5, p. xliv
Masons' marks in churches. (28) All Saints, tower; (30) St. John Baptist; (31) St. MartinFig. 6, p. xlvii
Classification of house typesFig. 7, p. li
Plans of 12th and 13th-century housesFig. 8, p. lii
Window surrounds, arranged chronologicallyFig. 10, p. lxxii
Profiles of window and door architravesFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Profiles of window sillsFig. 12, p. lxxv
Profiles of plinthsFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Pilasters composed of superimposed OrdersFig. 14, p. lxxix
Splat balustersFig. 15, p. lxxxi
Copy of George Portwood's design for a front for Dr. Stukeley's house (Bodleian Library, Gough Maps 16, fol. 52)Fig. 181, p. 140
EARTHWORKS
(6) Roman Road. Air photograph looking N. (Cambridge University Collection: copyright reserved)Pl. 2
(8) Danish Burh. Map showing siteFig. 4, p. xxxix
(9) Saxon Burh. Map showing siteFig. 4, p. xxxix
(10) Castle. Plan of siteFig. 16, p. 3
Drawing by William Stukeley (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 2
Hall range; E. wall from S.E.Pl. 64
    "     "     "     "      S.W.Pl. 64
    "     "      doorway in E. wall from E.Pl. 64
(11) Town Walls. MapFig. 17, p. 5
BastionPl. 57
(16) Former houses in Water StreetFig. 8, p. lii
(27) Canal. Air photograph of canal and River GwashPl. 87
Bed of abandoned canalPl. 87
ECCLESIASTICAL
(28) Church of All Saints. PlanFig. 18, p. 7
Exterior from S.Frontispiece
    "     "      S.W.Pl. 13
S. chapel, exterior from E.Pl. 11
S. aisle, exterior from S.E.Pl. 11
    "     "     "      W.Pl. 11
Tower, detail of exteriorPl. 19
    "      clockface on exteriorPl. 19
N. porch, exteriorPl. 17
Buttress on N. wallPl. 17
S. porch, exteriorPl. 17
Nave and S. aisle, interior looking N.W.Pl. 13
S. arcade, E. respond capital; early 13th-centuryPl. 8
    "      capital; early 13th-centuryPl. 8
    "      W. respondFig. 19, p. 8
Tower vaultPl. 18
    "     "      figure at springing of vaultPl. 18
Vestry doorwayPl. 19
Roof of S. chapelPl. 23
Brass (1), probably of William and Margaret Browne, 1489Pl. 32
    "      (3), John Saunders, 1693Pl. 53
    "      (8), possibly of John Browne, 1442, and wife Margery, 1460Pl. 30
    "      (9), possibly of John Browne, 1475, and wife AgnesPl. 31
Font, 15th-centuryPl. 40
Hour-glass bracketPl. 55
Masons' marks in towerFig. 6, p. xlvii
Monument (2), George Denshire, 1743Fig. 20, p. 10
Painting on wall of tower, 1694Fig. 21, p. 11
Double piscina in S. chapelPl. 9
(29) Church of St. George. PlanFig. 22, p. 12
Tower from S.W.Pl. 27
Nave, interior looking S.E.Pl. 14
Clock, 1792Fig. 23, p. 13
Glass (1), depicting GarterFig. 25, p. 15
    "      (2), (a) St. Catherine, (b) St. AnnePl. 38
    "     "      head of prelatePl. 39
Monument (1), John Wyldbore, 1674Fig. 24, p. 14
    "      (3), Savile Cust, 1772Pl. 52
    "      (4), Ursulah Cust, 1683/4, and othersPl. 52
    "      (5), Sir Richard Cust, 1734, and wife Anne, 1779Pl. 51
    "      (17), Tobie Norris, 1626Pl. 53
(30) Church of St. John Baptist. PlanFig. 26, p. 15
Tower from S.E.Pl. 26
Nave and S. aisle, interior looking N.W.Pl. 21
Roof of chancelPl. 21
    "     "      nave looking W.Pl. 22
    "     "      nave, N. side; 3rd and 2nd angelsPl. 23
    "     "     "      S. " 6th and 7th angelsPl. 23
Screen to S. chapelPl. 41
Brass (1), Phillip Johnson, 1683Fig. 27, p. 17
Brass (3), Nicholas Byldysdon, 15th-century; detailsPl. 44
Font, 15th-centuryPl. 40
Font cover, 17th-centuryPl. 54
Glass (3), (a) St. Giles, (b) St. Botolph, (c) St. Blaize, (d) mitred saint, (e) St. Leonard, (f) St. Peter MartyrPl. 34
    "      (4), (c) The Virgin of the Mantle, (d) God the Father.Pl. 34
Masons' marksFig. 6, p. xlvii
Monument (15), John Booth, 1799, by CoadePl. 52
Textiles: altar frontal, 1718; pulpit cloth, 1701Pl. 53
(31) Church of St. Martin. PlanFig. 28, p. 18
Tower from S.Pl. 26
N. chapel, interior looking W. before enlargement in 1865Pl. 46
Nave, interior looking W.Pl. 20
Boss in porch showing arms of See of LincolnPl. 18
Font, 14th-centuryPl. 40
Glass. Arrangement of E. windowFig. 29, p. 20
    "      (1), demi-angelPl. 35
    "     "      AnnunciationPl. 35
    "     "      miscellaneous headsPl. 39
    "      (5), Moses striking the rockPl. 35
    "     "      Samson and the gates of GazaPl. 35
    "     "      David and GoliathPl. 35
    "     "      CrucifixionPl. 35
    "     "      Three Maries at the TombPl. 35
    "     "      ResurrectionPl. 35
Masons' marksFig. 6, p. xlvii
Monument (1), William Cecil, 1st Lord Burghley, 1598Pl. 48
    "     "      effigyPl. 47
    "      (4), Richard Cecil, 1552, and wife Jane, 1587Pl. 46
    "      (5), John Cecil, 5th Earl of Exeter, 1700, and wife Anna, 1703Pl. 49
    "     "      detail of effigiesPl. 50
    "     "      figure of the ArtsPl. 51
    "      (11), Edward Dethe, 1687Fig. 30, p. 21
    "      (13), William Mackenzie, 1770, detailPl. 52
    "      (19), William Wissing, 1687Fig. 31, p. 22
(33) Church of St. Mary. PlanFig. 32, p. 25
W. towerPl. 10
    "      from S.Pl. 12
W. doorway, detailPl. 9
Vestry window, 13th-centuryPl. 62
Statue on spirePl. 16
    "     "     "      probably St. William of NorwichPl. 16
N. chapel, interior looking N.E.Pl. 15
Nave, interior looking W.Pl. 14
Ceiling of N. chapelPl. 24
Ceiling bosses in N. chapelPl. 25
BellsPl. 55
Monument (1), probably of Sir David Phillips, d. 1506Pl. 45
Statue, probably of the Virgin, 14th-centuryPl. 33
Tomb recess in N. chapelPl. 16
(34) Church of St. Michael. PlanFig. 33, p. 28
Exterior from E.Pl. 28
Tower from N.Pl. 27
Interior looking E.Pl. 28
Brass (3), coffin plate, James and Joan Langton, 1686Fig. 34, p. 29
Font, 15th-centuryPl. 40
(35) Church of Our Lady and St. Augustine Exterior from S.Pl. 163
(36) Congregational Church, Star Lane. PlanFig. 35, p. 30
Exterior from S.W.Pl. 29
(37) Methodist Chapel, Barn Hill
South frontPl. 29
Stone plaquePl. 119
MONASTIC BUILDINGS AND SITES
(43) Site of Austin Friary. PlanFig. 36, p. 31
(44) Site of Benedictine Nunnery of St. Michael Rere-dorter, plan, elevation and sectionFig. 37, p. 32
    "      arches from S.W.Pl. 5
    "      E. arch from S.Pl. 5
(45) Site of Carmelite FriaryFig. 38, p. 33
(46) Site of Franciscan Friary GatewayPl. 57
(47) Priory of St. Leonard. PlanFig. 39, p. 35
Exterior from N.W.Pl. 7
W. doorway, detailPl. 9
Nave arcade from N.Pl. 7
N. arcade, capital, mid 12th-centuryPl. 8
    "     "      late 12th-centuryPl. 8
    "      W. respond capital, late 12th-centuryPl. 8
Drain and arch below reredorter, from N.Pl. 5
SECULAR BUILDINGS
(48) Browne's Hospital. PlanFig. 42, p. 39
Copy of plan by F. T. Dollman made in 1858Fig. 41, p. 38
Exterior from S. before restoration (Collection of G. Till, Stamford)Pl. 66
S. elevation and section by Dollman before alteration (from Antient Domestic Architecture, 1858)Pl. 67
Courtyard, W. range before alterationPl. 69
    "      N.E. corner before demolitionPl. 69
Exterior from S.Pl. 66
S. range from N.E.Pl. 68
Audit Room, interior looking E.Pl. 68
Alms boxPl. 55
Chair, medievalPl. 54
Chest, medievalPl. 54
    "      1629Pl. 54
Glass in Chapel, (1) James the GreatPl. 36
Glass in Chapel, (1) the TrinityPl. 36
    "     "     "     "      Royal saintPl. 36
    "     "     "     "      the VirginPl. 36
    "     "     "     "      St. John BaptistPl. 36
    "     "     "     "      possibly the VirginPl. 36
    "     "     "      (2) St. MichaelPl. 39
Glass in passage, (3) shield of Browne impaling ElmesPl. 39
Glass in Audit Room, (4) shield of ElmesFig. 40, p. 36
    "     "     "     "      (5) King DavidPl. 37
    "     "     "     "      (6) St. PaulPl. 37
    "     "     "     "      (7) King SolomonPl. 37
    "     "     "     "      (7) head of male saint, in doctor's capPl. 37
    "     "     "     "      (7) device of Browne (Stokke) familyPl. 39
Painted panel in Audit RoomPl. 53
Screen in Chapel, 15th-centuryPl. 41
Seal of hospitalFig. 212, p. 163
Stalls in Chapel, carving on arm restsPl. 42
    "     "     "      finialsPl. 43
    "     "     "      misericordsPl. 43
    "     "     "      misericordFig. 43, p. 41
(49) Lord Burghley's Hospital. PlanFig. 44, p. 43
Reconstruction of plan of range of c. 1616Fig. 9, p. lx
W. range, exterior from N.E.Pl. 80
    "     "     "      S.E.Pl. 80
N.E. corner, exteriorPl. 80
Drawing by William Twopeny, 1826 (BM prints and drawings 290/b. 11, p. 90; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 4
Arch beneath S. approach, 12th-centuryPl. 4
(50) Fryer's Hospital. PlanFig. 45, p. 44
FrontPl. 160
(51) Hopkins' Hospital. PlanFig. 46, p. 44
FrontPl. 160
Arms of StamfordPl. 119
(52) Snowden's Hospital. PlanFig. 47, p. 45
(53) Truesdale's Hospital. PlanFig. 48, p. 45
FrontPl. 160
Courtyard looking N.E.Pl. 160
(54) Stamford School Chapel (former Church of St. Paul). PlanFig. 49, p. 47
Exterior from S.W. before alteration in 1930 (Collection of J. D. Dolby, Stamford)Pl. 6
Exterior from S.E. after alterationPl. 6
N. arcade, capitals, early 13th-centuryPl. 8
    "      corbel at E. endPl. 9
Coffin lid (1), c. 1400Pl. 33
Monument (3), detail; early 14th-centuryPl. 33
Carved keystoneFig. 50, p. 48
(57) Town Hall. PlanFig. 51, p. 49
N. frontPl. 117
Arms of StamfordPl. 119
W. frontPl. 117
Quoins, detailPl. 121
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
(58) Assembly Rooms. PlanFig. 53, p. 50
ElevationFig. 52, p. 49
Entrance frontPl. 91
DoorwayFig. 55, p. 51
WindowFig. 54, p. 50
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Fireplace detailPl. 130
(59) Stamford Institution
FrontPl. 156
DoorwayPl. 157
(60) Theatre. Plan at basement levelFig. 57, p. 52
SectionFig. 59, p. 53
ElevationFig. 58, p. 52
FrontPl. 91
DoorwayFig. 56, p. 51
WindowsFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
(61) Library. Plan of shambles showing original arrangementFig. 60, p. 53
Front elevation, reconstructionFig. 61, p. 54
FrontPl. 151
(62) Stamford and Rutland Infirmary. Plan, before alterationFig. 62, p. 55
Front from S.Pl. 161
(64) Town Bridge
Drawing by William Twopeny, 1826 (BM prints and drawings 290/b. 11, p. 90; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 4
Arch beneath S. approach; 12th-centuryPl. 4
E. sidePl. 157
(65) King's Mill
Exterior from W.Pl. 86
Doorway, 17th-century, resetFig. 63, p. 56
(66) Hudd's Mill
Exterior from W.Pl. 86
(68) Railway Station
Front from N.Pl. 161
E. end of building, detailPl. 163
(69) Former Railway Station
Front from N.W.Pl. 161
ALL SAINTS' PLACE
'Peterborough Hall' drawn by William Stukeley, 1735 (demolished) (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 70
(70) No. 1. PlanFig. 64, p. 57
(71) No. 2. FrontPl. 148
Cornice detailPl. 122
(72) No. 3. PlanFig. 66, p. 58
FrontPl. 96
DoorwayFig. 65, p. 57
WindowsFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Cornice detailPl. 122
End wall of kitchenFig. 67, p. 58
(74) No. 16. FrontPl. 146
ALL SAINTS' STREET
(78) No. 13. FrontPl. 73
(82) No. 21. PlanFig. 68, p. 59
AUSTIN STREET
(85) Austin House, No. 4. PlanFig. 69, p. 60
Garden frontPl. 146
Garden stairPl. 149
BARN HILL
Map showing monuments in All Saints' Place, All Saints' Street, Barn Hill and North StreetFig. 70, p. 61
View from S.E.Pl. 144
(93) No. 3. PlanFig. 71, p. 61
FrontPl. 146
(95) Nos. 5–6. PlanFig. 72, p. 62
Section of range behind No. 6Fig. 73, p. 62
Roof   "     "     "     "  Pl. 77
(96) Barn Hill House, No. 7. PlanFig. 74, p. 63
FrontPl. 156
Exterior from W.Pl. 96
DoorwayPl. 157
FireplacePl. 127
Summer housePl. 104
(97) Stukeley House, No. 9. ElevationFig. 75, p. 64
FrontPl. 148
PorchPl. 124
Windows on front elevationPl. 120
Chair rail, detailFig. 76, p. 64
Gateway in gardenPl. 90
(98) No. 10. E. frontPl. 149
Quoins, detailPl. 121
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(99) No. 12. PorchPl. 124
Splat balustersFig. 15, p. lxxxi
Railings, detailsPl. 125
(100) No. 13. PlanFig. 78, p. 66
ElevationFig. 77, p. 65
FrontPl. 103
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
WindowFig. 79, p. 66
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Quoins, detailPl. 121
Railings, detailsPl. 125
Stair hallPl. 135
StaircasePl. 134
    "      carved detailPl. 130
Stair hall ceilingPl. 136
FireplacePl. 127
(101) No. 14. Front from S.E.Pl. 159
StaircasePl. 133
Reset carving; head in octofoil from site of Austin FriaryPl. 44
    "     "      St. LawrencePl. 44
Drawing by William Stukeley of head in octofoil, 1736 (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 44
LoggiaFig. 80, p. 66
(102) No. 15. PlanFig. 81, p. 67
FrontPl. 159
(103) No. 16. Plan and sectionFig. 82, p. 67
FrontPl. 71
Drawing of front by William Stukeley, 1735 (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 71
(104) No. 17. PlanFig. 83, p. 68
BATH ROW
(110) Bath House, No. 16. PlanFig. 84, p. 69
FrontPl. 151
BLACKFRIARS ESTATE
Map showing monuments in Blackfriars Estate and Gas StreetFig. 85, p. 70
BROAD STREET
Map showing monuments in Broad Street and Crown StreetFig. 86, p. 72
View from W.Pl. 98
Plan of early house formerly at No. 12Fig. 8, p. lii
(126) No. 1. FrontPl. 118
GatePl. 125
(127) No. 2. PlanFig. 87, p. 73
StaircasePl. 132
Staircase, carved detailPl. 130
Front gatePl. 125
Side gatePl. 125
(129) Nos. 5–8. Front looking N.E.Pl. 158
Plaster frieze in No. 5Pl. 153
(130) No. 9. Elevation, showing developmentFig. 88, p. 73
(132) No. 11. FrontPl. 108
(133) Former Stag and Pheasant Inn, No. 14. PlanFig. 90, p. 74
FrontPl. 113
DoorwayFig. 89, p. 74
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Splat balusterFig. 15, p. lxxxi
(134) No. 15. Reconstruction of elevationFig. 91, p. 75
FrontPl. 113
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Cornice detailPl. 122
(135) No. 17. ElevationFig. 92, p. 75
(136) Nos. 18–19. PlanFig. 93, p. 76
Front of No. 18Pl. 142
Front of No. 19Pl. 115
Window architrave of No. 19; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Interior of ground-floor room of No. 19Pl. 131
Ceiling of ground-floor room of No. 19Pl. 137
(137) Nos. 20–21. FrontPl. 115
(139) No. 25. PlanFig. 95, p. 77
Reconstruction of elevationFig. 94, p. 77
FrontPl. 140
(142) No. 32. PlanFig. 96, p. 78
FrontPl. 81
(144) No. 33. FrontPl. 114
Date-panelPl. 129
(145) No. 34. FrontPl. 140
(147) Nos. 39–40. FrontPl. 143
(148) No. 49. PlanFig. 97, p. 78
(150) No. 52. FrontPl. 111
CASTERTON ROAD
(152) Clock House, No. 1. FrontPl. 162
CROWN STREET
(167) Nos. 3–4. FrontPl. 111
Quoins, detailPl. 121
ELM STREET
(169) Elm Cottage. PlanFig. 98, p. 81
GAS STREET
(171) Nos. 5–9. Plan of Nos. 5–7 and 9Fig. 99, p. 81
HIGH STREET
Map showing monuments in High Street, Ironmonger Street and Wellington LaneFig. 100, p. 82
(172) No. 3. PlanFig. 101, p. 82
(173) Nos. 6–7. FrontPl. 106
Shop front of No. 7Pl. 138
(174) No. 8. FrontPl. 110
Rear elevationPl. 110
Cornice on rear elevationPl. 122
(176) Gothic House, No. 10. PlanFig. 102, p. 83
FrontPl. 163
Detail of infilling in timber-frameFig. 103, p. 84
(177) Nos. 11–12. FrontPl. 141
(178) No. 14. FrontPl. 92
Cornice detailPl. 123
Roof, sectionFig. 104, p. 84
StaircasePl. 132
(179) Nos. 15–17. FrontPl. 92
Cornice detail, No. 15Pl. 122
    "     "      No. 17Pl. 123
Splat balusters in No. 16Fig. 15, p. lxxxi
(180) Nos. 18–19. Shop FrontPl. 93
Apothecary's workshop. Plan, sections and elevationFig. 105, p. 85
(182) No. 21. Exterior from S.E.Pl. 101
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(183) No. 23. Plan of undercroftFig. 106, p. 86
Undercroft looking E.Pl. 59
    "     "      S.W.Pl. 59
(184) Nos. 25–26. PlanFig. 107, p. 87
FrontPl. 99
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(185) Nos. 28–30. Front of Nos. 28–29Pl. 112
Window architrave of Nos. 28–29; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
(186) No. 31. FrontPl. 111
(188) No. 41. W. front before reconstructionPl. 105
Exterior from N.W. after reconstructionPl. 105
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Quoins, detailPl. 121
(189) No. 51 (demolished). PlanFig. 108, p. 88
FrontPl. 82
Painted wall decorationPl. 85
Inscribed slab, late 14th-century (detached)Pl. 33
(191) Nos. 54–55. PlanFig. 109, p. 88
FrontPl. 93
Shop front, 17th-centuryFig. 110, p. 89
(193) No. 57. Cornice detailPl. 123
(194) No. 59. FrontPl. 92
Cornice detailPl. 123
HIGH STREET ST. MARTINS
Map showing monuments in Burghley Lane, Church Lane, Church Street, High Street St. Martins and Wothorpe RoadFig. 111, p. 91
Archway formerly at No. 27. Drawing by J. C. Buckler, 1811 (BM Add. 24434 no. 79; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 61
Plan of early house formerly at No. 27Fig. 8, p. lii
(206) Nos. 8–10. FrontPl. 112
(207) No. 11. FrontPl. 73
(210) No. 20. FrontPl. 74
PorchPl. 124
Painted wall decorationPl. 85
(212) No. 23. PlanFig. 112, p. 93
(214) No. 24. PlanFig. 113, p. 93
FrontPl. 143
Plan of undercroftFig. 114, p. 93
UndercroftPl. 60
Vault-corbelPl. 63
(216) Bull and Swan Inn, No. 25. PlanFig. 115, p. 94
FrontPl. 75
(217) No. 30. FrontPl. 147
(218) No. 33. PlanFig. 116, p. 95
FrontPl. 113
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Superimposed OrderFig. 14, p. lxxix
Ionic capitalPl. 119
(220) No. 35. FrontPl. 113
DoorwayFig. 118, p. 96
Door architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
WindowFig. 117, p. 95
Cornice detailPl. 123
(221) No. 36. PlanFig. 119, p. 96
FrontPl. 142
WindowFig. 120, p. 96
Door architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Quoins, detailPl. 121
Cornice and masonry detailsPl. 120
(223) Lady Anne's House, No. 38. FrontPl. 115
Reconstruction of elevationFig. 121, p. 97
Superimposed OrderFig. 14, p. lxxix
Quoins, detailPl. 121
(224) Nos. 39–40. FrontPl. 81
(225) No. 42. PlanFig. 122, p. 98
FrontPl. 142
Date-panelPl. 129
(226) No. 43. PlanFig. 123, p. 98
FrontPl. 114
(227) No. 45. FrontPl. 114
(228) No. 46. PlanFig. 124, p. 99
FrontPl. 147
(229) Nos. 47–50. FrontPl. 97
WindowFig. 125, p. 99
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(231) No. 52. FrontPl. 82
(232) No. 53. FrontPl. 114
Window head, 13th-centuryPl. 62
(235) Nos. 59–60. FrontPl. 143
(236) No. 65. FrontPl. 83
(237) Nos. 66–67. PlanFig. 126, p. 100
ElevationFig. 127, p. 101
FrontPl. 102
DoorwayFig. 128, p. 102
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Fireplace in No. 66Pl. 128
(238) The Hermitage, Nos. 68–69. PlanFig. 130, p. 103
FrontPl. 72
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Beam in S. rangeFig. 129, p. 102
Screen in W. rangePl. 77
StaircasePl. 133
Attic staircasePl. 132
(239) George Hotel. PlanFig. 131, p. 104
Front range. Plan of second floorFig. 132, p. 105
FrontPl. 94
Arms of CecilPl. 119
N. range, S. elevationPl. 94
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
StaircasePl. 133
FireplacesPl. 128
IRONMONGER STREET
View from S.Pl. 145
(240) No. 1. PlanFig. 133, p. 107
FrontPl. 73
Quoins, detailPl. 121
(242) No. 3. PlanFig. 7, p. li
FrontPl. 107
(246) Nos. 9–10. FrontPl. 99
Shop front of No. 9Pl. 138
Plan of first floor of No. 10Fig. 7, p. li
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(249) No. 13. Splat balusterFig. 15, p. lxxxi
KING'S MILL LANE
(250) The Vale House, No. 2. PlanFig. 134, p. 108
Garden frontPl. 150
Bridge in gardenPl. 150
Doorway, 15th-century, resetPl. 65
Fireplace detailPl. 130
MAIDEN LANE
(253) Nos. 5–6. Doorway, 15th-century, resetPl. 65
(255) Digby House, Nos. 9–10. PlanFig. 137, p. 110
ElevationFig. 136, p. 110
Heraldry on oriel windowPl. 76
Ceiling in E. wingPl. 76
Beam, carved and mouldedFig. 135, p. 109
(259) No. 13. FrontPl. 109
RED LION SQUARE
Map showing monuments in Bath Row, Castle Street, Mallory Lane, Red Lion Square, Red Lion Street and SheepmarketFig. 138, p. 113
View from E.Pl. 140
'Black Hall' drawn by William Stukeley, 1735 (demolished) (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 70
(279) Nos. 4–5. Front from S.W.Pl. 161
(280) Nos. 6–7. Plan and sectionFig. 139, p. 114
Window head in No.6Pl. 76
(281) Nos. 8–10. FrontsPl. 140
RED LION STREET
(284) No. 3. FrontPl. 111
RUTLAND TERRACE
(288) Front of terracePl. 154
Plan of No. 4Fig. 141, p. 116
    "     "     "      8Fig. 140, p. 115
    "     "     "      17Fig. 141, p. 116
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE
Map showing monuments in Blackfriars Street, Maiden Lane, St. George's Square, St. George's Street and Wharf RoadFig. 143, p. 117
(291) No. 1. PlanFig. 145, p. 117
Elevation before and after alterationFig. 142, p. 116
FrontPl. 107
Ground-floor windowFig. 144, p. 117
First-floor window before and after alterationFig. 146, p. 118
Cornice detailPl. 122
(292) Nos. 2–4. FrontPl. 108
(295) No. 12. PlanFig. 147, p. 118
(297) No. 17. Plan and elevationFig. 148, p. 119
Plan of early houseFig. 8, p. lii
Drawing of N. elevation by William Twopeny, 1831 (BM prints and drawings 290/b. 2, p. 48; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 61
Window reset in St. Mary's ChurchPl. 62
(298) No. 18. PlanFig. 149, p. 119
Reconstruction of elevationFig. 150, p. 120
FrontPl. 115
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Eaves soffit boards, detachedPl. 85
Interior of ground-floor roomPl. 89
Overmantel detailPl. 130
(299) No. 19. PlanFig. 152, p. 121
FrontPl. 88
Rear elevationPl. 88
Main doorwayFig. 153, p. 121
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Chimney stackFig. 154, p. 122
Date-panel formerly on chimney stackFig. 151, p. 120
Interior of ground-floor roomPl. 89
FireplacesPl. 126
Fireplace detailPl. 130
StaircasePl. 132
Splat balusterFig. 15, p. lxxxi
(300) No. 20. FrontPl. 109
DoorwayFig. 155, p. 122
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
(301) No. 21. FrontPl. 109
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
(303) Reedman's Court. PlanFig. 156, p. 123
ST. GEORGE'S STREET
(304) No. 11. PlanFig. 157, p. 123
Drawing of W. elevation by William Twopeny, 1825 (BM prints and drawings 290/b. 13, p. 68; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 61
(305) No. 17. FrontPl. 115
(306) No. 18. FrontPl. 115
(308) No. 24. FrontPl. 83
ST. LEONARD'S STREET
(316) No. 3. FrontPl. 82
(317) No. 4. PlanFig. 159, p. 125
(321) Nos. 15–17. PlanFig. 158, p. 125
FrontPl. 141
(322) Nos. 18–19. PlanFig. 160, p. 125
FrontPl. 141
(323) No. 20. FrontPl. 141
(327) No. 59. FrontPl. 72
(328) No. 60. FrontPl. 72
(329) No. 61. FrontPl. 72
(330) Nos. 62–63. FrontsPl. 72
ST. MARY'S HILL
(331) Nos. 1–2. PlanFig. 161, p. 126
FrontsPl. 116
WindowFig. 162, p. 127
(333) Nos. 4–5. Front of No. 4Pl. 163
Plaster friezeFig. 163, p. 127
(334) No. 8. FrontPl. 78
(335) No. 9. FrontPl. 78
(336) Nos. 9A–10. PlanFig. 164, p. 128
Plan of early houseFig. 8, p. lii
Drawing of front by William Twopeny, 1829 (BM prints and drawings, 290/d.9, p. 34; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 78
Doorway, 12th-centuryPl. 65
(337) Nos. 11–12. WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
(338) No. 13. PlanFig. 165, p. 129
Plan of undercroftFig. 166, p. 129
Undercroft, looking E.Pl. 58
Undercroft, looking W.Pl. 58
Wall-arcadePl. 62
Plan of early houseFig. 8, p. lii
ST. MARY'S PLACE
(341) Nos. 2–3. Reconstruction of elevation of No. 2Fig. 167, p. 130
Front of No. 2Pl. 103
Front of No. 3Pl. 100
Window sill of No. 2; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Superimposed Order on No. 3Fig. 14, p. lxxix
Interior of ground-floor room in No. 3Pl. 131
Cornice in wing behind No. 3Pl. 131
(342) No. 4. Plan of undercroftFig. 168, p. 131
Vault-bossPl. 63
ST. MARY'S STREET
Map showing monuments in St. John's Street, St. Mary's Hill, St. Mary's Place and St. Mary's StreetFig. 169, p. 132
View from E.Pl. 98
(344) No. 4. Shop frontPl. 139
(347) No. 9. PlanFig. 171, p. 133
Plan of 12th-century houseFig. 8, p. lii
Elevation of 12th-century arcadeFig. 170, p. 133
(348) No. 10. PlanFig. 172, p. 134
FrontPl. 141
(349) Nos. 11–12. Drawing of front by William Stukeley, 1735 (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 70
(350) Nos. 13–14. FrontPl. 158
Shop front of No. 13Pl. 139
(351) No. 15. Plan and elevation of 1775 (reproduced by permission of the Trustees of the Burghley Estate Trust and the Marquess of Exeter)Fig. 173, p. 135
FrontPl. 108
(352) Stamford Hotel. PlanFig. 174, p. 136
Front from S.E.Pl. 152
Plinth of rear wing; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Exterior. Attic storey with figure of JusticePl. 152
N. wing, exterior from S.W.Pl. 118
Plasterwork in entrance hallPl. 137
Plaster details in ballroomPl. 153
Fireplace detailPl. 153
Profiles of internal door surroundsFig. 175, p. 137
(353) No. 17. PlanFig. 7, p. li
(354) No. 18. Crown-post roofPl. 76
(356) No. 20. FrontPl. 147
PorchPl. 124
(357) Nos. 21–22. Front of No. 21Pl. 147
Plinth of No. 21; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Masonry detail, pindle, No. 21Pl. 120
Plan of No. 22Fig. 178, p. 139
Reconstruction of elevation of No. 22Fig. 176, p. 138
Front of No. 22Pl. 106
Doorway of No. 22Fig. 177, p. 138
Chimney stack of No. 22Pl. 120
Fireplace in No. 22Pl. 127
(358) Nos. 23–24. Front of No. 23Pl. 100
Doorway of No. 23Fig. 179, p. 139
Window sill of No. 23; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Plinth of No. 23; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Cornice detail of No. 23Pl. 122
Stair hall of No. 23Pl. 135
Front of No. 24Pl. 107
(359) No. 25. FrontPl. 109
DoorwayFig. 182, p. 141
(360) No. 26. FrontPl. 109
Front elevation of N. rangeFig. 180, p. 140
Exterior of rear wing from S.Pl. 104
FireplacePl. 128
Plaster ceiling, detailPl. 136
StaircasePl. 133
(361) No. 27. Exterior from N.E.Pl. 116
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Quoins, detailPl. 121
(362) No. 28. PlanFig. 183, p. 142
FrontPl. 71
(364) No. 30. PlanFig. 184, p. 142
Exterior from W.Pl. 79
(368) No. 40. Plan and sectionFig. 185, p. 143
FrontPl. 79
Medieval ridge tileFig. 186, p. 143
(370) No. 44. Bay window at frontPl. 83
ST. PAUL'S STREET
Map showing monuments in Elm Street, St. Leonard's Street and St. Paul's StreetFig. 187, p. 144
View from S.E.Pl. 145
(372) No. 7. FrontPl. 72
(373) Nos. 8–9. FrontsPl. 72
(374) Nos. 10–11. FrontPl. 74
Date-panelPl. 129
(375) No. 12. PlanFig. 188, p. 145
FrontPl. 75
Door detailPl. 120
Date-panelPl. 129
(376) No. 13. FrontPl. 112
(377) No. 14. PlanFig. 189, p. 146
Capital, 13th-centuryPl. 62
Head corbel, 13th-centuryPl. 63
Wall-arch, 13th-centuryPl. 62
(378) No. 15. Survey of 1787 (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)Fig. 190, p. 147
Plan of early houseFig. 8, p. lii
(379) Nos. 16–17. PlanFig. 192, p. 147
Survey of 1787 (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)Fig. 190, p. 147
Plan of early houseFig. 8, p. lii
Wall-arcading, 13th-centuryFig. 193, p. 148
    "     "     "     Pl. 60
CorbelPl. 63
Head-corbelPl. 63
Roof truss, 13th-centuryFig. 193, p. 148
Detail of wall postFig. 191, p. 147
Merchant's markFig. 194, p. 148
(381) No. 24. FrontPl. 110
(383) Brazenose House, No. 28. PlanFig. 196, p. 149
Reconstruction of elevationFig. 195, p. 149
FrontPl. 95
Rear elevationPl. 95
DoorwayFig. 197, p. 150
WindowFig. 10, p. lxxii
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
Plinth; profileFig. 13, p. lxxvii
Plaster ceiling, detailPl. 136
StaircasePl. 134
Staircase, carved detailPl. 130
Gateway, early 13th-centuryPl. 65
(384) No. 30. Survey of 1787 (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)Fig. 198, p. 151
(385) No. 31. FrontPl. 110
Window architrave; profileFig. 11, p. lxxiv
Window sill; profileFig. 12, p. lxxv
(386) No. 32. FrontPl. 73
(387) ConduitPl. 119
(389) Nos. 41–42. FrontsPl. 112
ST. PETER'S HILL
(394) No. 6. PlanFig. 199, p. 152
View from N.E.Pl. 79
(395) No. 7. PlanFig. 200, p. 152
ST. PETER'S STREET
Map showing monuments in Austin Street, King's Mill Lane, Rutland Terrace, St. Peter's Hill, St. Peter's Street, St. Peter's Vale and West StreetFig. 201, p. 153
(398) Former Williamson's Almshouses, No. 3. PlanFig. 202, p. 153
Plasterwork on ceiling and wallsPl. 84
(400) Nos. 8–9. FrontsPl. 142
(405) No. 15. FrontPl. 83
(407) Exeter Court. East rowPl. 155
(411) No. 30. PlanFig. 203, p. 155
(412) Nos. 31–32. 'Sempringham Hall' drawn by William Stukeley, 1735 (reproduced by permission of Stamford Archaeological Society)Pl. 70
(414) No. 34. PlanFig. 204, p. 155
(415) Nos. 35–36. PlanFig. 205, p. 156
(415) Nos. 35–36. FrontPl. 71
ST. PETER'S VALE
View from S.Pl. 144
(418) No. 1. FrontPl. 144
SCOTGATE
Map showing monuments in Casterton Road, New Town, Rock Road and ScotgateFig. 206, p. 157
(422) Corporation buildings. PlanFig. 207, p. 157
(425) Nos. 30–31. FrontPl. 158
(426) Rock Terrace. FrontPl. 154
(427) Rock House. PlanFig. 208, p. 158
View from S.Pl. 159
WATER STREET
Map showing monuments in Barnack Road and Water Street.Fig. 209, p. 160
Former house probably in Water Street. Drawing of rear elevation by William Twopeny, 1826 (BM prints and drawings 290/b. 2, p. 43; reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)Pl. 61
(442) No. 12. PlanFig. 210, p. 160
FrontPl. 107
(444) Welland House, No. 16. PlanFig. 211, p. 161
FrontPl. 143
Date-panel on breweryPl. 129
(447) Lumby's Terrace. Pair of houses at end, looking N.Pl. 155
W. row, looking S.Pl. 155
WHARF ROAD
(450) Toll house and warehouse. River front from S.E.Pl. 162
(451) Portal. FrontPl. 162