List of illustrations

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Victoria County History

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N M Herbert, R B Pugh (Editors), A P Baggs, A R J Jurica, W J Sheils

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1976

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'List of illustrations', A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 11: Bisley and Longtree Hundreds (1976), pp. X-XI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=19009 Date accessed: 31 August 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

For permission to reproduce material in their possession thanks are offered to the Cheltenham Art Gallery, Critchley Bros. Ltd., the Gloucester Library, the Gloucestershire Record Office, A. H. Leach & Co., the Science Museum, the Stroud Museum, and Mr. D. C. W. Verey. The painting 'Cotswold Craftsmen' is reproduced by permission of Sir William Rothenstein's executors, Sir John and Mr. Michael Rothenstein. Photographs dated 1972, 1973, and 1974 are by A. P. Baggs.

Painswick church. Photograph, 1974 frontispiece
Bisley: Hazle House. Photograph, 1973 facing page 16
Bisley: Mansion House. Photograph, 1972 " " 16
Stroud from Rodborough Fort, 1848. Detail of a lithograph from a painting by A. N. Smith: copy in the Stroud Museum " " 17
Bisley: cottages at Rack Hill, Chalford. Photograph by W. R. Bawden, c. 1972 " " 17
Stroud: Brimscombe Port in the mid 19th century. From an unsigned painting in the Stroud Museum " " 32
Miserden, c. 1710. From an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire (1712) " " 32
Bisley: Daneway House, displaying furniture by Ernest Gimson. Photograph penes Mr. D. C. W. Verey " " 33
'Cotswold Craftsmen'. From the painting of c. 1936 by Sir William Rothenstein, in the Cheltenham Art Gallery " " 33
Painswick old town hall and parish buildings. From a sketch published in W. St. Clair Baddeley, A Cotteswold Manor (Gloucester, 1929) page 59
Miserden Park. Photograph, 1973 facing page 80
Painswick: Brownshill Court. Photograph, 1972 " " 80
Stroud: Lypiatt Park. Photograph, 1972 " " 80
Painswick: fireplaces at New Hall and Hazlebury House. Photographs, 1973 " " 81
Horsley: the hall at Barton End House. Photograph, 1974 " " 81
Stroud: the School of Science and Art. Photograph, 1972 " " 96
Stroud: the Subscription Rooms. Photograph, 1972 " " 96
Sapperton: Lower Manor Farm, Frampton Mansell. Photograph, 1973 " " 97
Stroud: Field Place, Paganhill. Photograph, 1973 " " 97
Stroud: Stokenhill Farm. Photograph, 1972 " " 97
Painswick: Castle Godwin. Photograph, 1973 " " 97
Stroud: Lypiatt Park in the early 18th century. Detail of an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, Glos. page 113
Rodborough: Lodgemore Mill c. 1870. Photograph in the Gloucestershire Record Office, D 67/Z 46 facing page 128
Stroud: Dark Mill in 1906. Photograph penes Critchley Bros. Ltd. " " 128
Painswick: Baylis's Upper Mill, elevation and plan, 1829. From a survey of William Baylis's estate, in the Stroud Museum " " 129
A steam launch built by Abdela and Mitchell of Hope Mill. Photograph in Glos. R.O., D 2875/6/37 " " 129
Budding's lawn-mower. Photograph taken for the Science Museum " " 129
Tetbury from the south. Photograph by W. R. Bawden, c. 1960 " " 144
Avening church in the late 18th century. From an engraving published in Bigland, Gloucestershire, volume i " " 144
Bisley: Chalford church: the font. Photograph, 1974 " " 145
Minchinhampton church: the south transept. Photograph, 1974 " " 145
Nailsworth from Watledge in the mid 19th century. From an engraving: copy in Glos. R.O., D 2424/19 " " 176
Shipton Moyne: Estcourt House, c. 1710. From an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, Glos. " " 176
Stroud: New Mill, 1779. From an engraving by T. Bonnor, published in S. Rudder, A New History of Gloucestershire (1779) " " 177
Minchinhampton: St. Mary's Mill house. Photograph, 1973 " " 177
Woodchester: the Roman Catholic church. Photograph, 1973 " " 192
Nailsworth: the Quaker meeting-house. Photograph by Lilywhite & Co., c. 1960 " " 192
Nailsworth: Nailsworth Mill in the mid 19th century. From an engraving: copy in Glos. R.O., D 2424/19 " " 193
Nailsworth: the Nailsworth brewery, c. 1887. From A. Barnard, Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland (c. 1887) " " 193
Rodmarton: the old manor-house, 1785. From an engraving published in F. Grose, Antiquities of England and Wales, supplement (1787) " " 256
The Woodchester valley and Rodborough common, 1797. Detail of plate in S. Lysons, Antiquities at Woodchester (1797) facing page 256
Tetbury: Doughton Manor. Photograph, 1974 " " 257
Horsley: Chavenage House. Photograph, 1974 " " 257
Tetbury: houses in Long Street. Photograph by W. R. Bawden, c. 1970 " " 272
Tetbury: the market-house. From a lithograph by W. Spreat, published in A. T. Lee, A History of the Town and Parish of Tetbury (1857) " " 272
Woodchester: the new parish church. Photograph, 1973 " " 273
Sapperton church. Photograph, 1973 " " 273
Rodmarton church. Photograph, 1973 " " 273