|Yorkshire||North Riding Parishes||Richmond|
HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE NOTICES OF THE
CASTLE, MONASTIC REMAINS,
WALKS, VIEWS, &c.
EMBRACING ASKE AND ROKEBY.
with six lithographic prints.
R I C H M O N D :
W.R. ROBINSON, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND
BOOKBINDER, ETC., KING-STREET.
In submitting these pages to the Public, the editor most gladly
acknowledges the assistance he has derived from the late Mr. Clarkson's
elaborate and valuable "History of Richmond":- he has
not, however, omitted to consult original authorities where they
were within his reach. He also begs to state, that the descriptions
of Views, &c., at page 40 and part of what relates to Rokeby,
are from the pen of one who is much better qualified than himself
to analyse and point out the beauties of Landscape Scenery.
W.R. Robinson, Richmond 1833.
|1. General Description||14. Aske Hall|
|2. The Castle||15. Rokeby|
|3. Trinity Chapel||16. Mortham|
|4. The parish Church of St. Mary||17. Egglestone Abbey|
|5. The Free Grammar School||18. Wycliffe|
|6. St. Martin's Monastery||19. Herbert Knowles|
|7. Easby Abbey||20. More Poetry|
|8. St. Nicholas's||21. Plants|
|9. The Friary||22. Musci|
|10. Miscellaneous||23. Appendix II|
|11. Views||24. Appendix III|
|12. Archery||25. Appendix IV|
|13. Henry Jenkins||26. Appendix V|
|Richmond Castle (view 1)||Richmond Castle from S.W.|
|Richmond Castle (view 2)||A view on the river Greta|
|St. Agatha's Abbey, Easby||Fitzhugh's Tomb, Rokeby|