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Index

to two volumes in two sections:

Devonshire scenery, or directions for visiting the most picturesque spots
on the eastern and southern coast from Sidmouth to Plymouth: By a Devonian. (2nd Ed.)

Exeter: W C Pollard (1827). illus. pp. 1-136

and

Devonshire, or Directions to the scenery and antiquities containing a general route to the north of Devon and to the borders of Dartmoor. (Vol 2)

Exeter: W C Pollard (1828). Illus. pp. 137-148; then 1- 81.

by

T.H. Williams

Prepared by Michael Steer

In the development of tourism in Devon, an important local undertaking in the early years was the series of works by landscape artist and portrait painter Thomas Hewitt Williams, resident first in Plymouth and later in Exeter, who published accounts of three series of excursions, illustrated by etchings: Picturesque excursions in Devonshire (1801), A tour to the north of Devon (1802) and Picturesque excursions in south Devon (1804). Williams did not use a horse on these excursions, the better to become one with the landscape, but would carry his equipment on foot 20 miles or more a day, even in poor weather. In 1827 Williams used the recently developed technique of lithography to illustrate his vade mecum, the second edition of Devonshire scenery, employing Thomas Bayly, the first lithographic printer in Exeter. This rare and much sought-after book was produced digitally from a copy in the Bodleian Library collection and can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

 

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Acland, Lady 72
Acland, Sir T D Bt 36
Adair, Mr 62
Anderson, Mr 26
Arundell, Lord 29
Ashburton, Lord 84, 126
Bacon 106
Badcock, Samuel 24
Bassan 73
Bastard, J P Esq, MP 83, 85, 119, 125
Bastard, Captain, RN 80, 119, 128
Bastard, Mrs 84, 125
Bayly, Mr 4
Bedford, Duke of 143
Bentall, W S Esq 83
Blount, Mary 30
Britton & Brayley, Messrs iv
Bronzino 72
Buller, James Esq 39, 144
Bytton, Bishop 11
Carew, R P Esq 92, 110
Cary, G Esq 86-7, 117
Champernowne, Arthur Esq 118
Champernowne, Mrs 80
Chapple, Mr 24
Charles I 15, 30
Charles II 23, 27-8, 30
Charlotte, Queen 45
Chudleigh family 20
Clarke, Dean 12
Claude 23
Clifford, Lady Elizabeth 27
Clifford, Hugh, 2nd-4th-5th Earls 28-31
Clifford, Lady Anne 29-30
Clifford, Lady Appollonia 29
Clifford, Lady 29
Clifford, Rt Hon Lord 24, 27, 78
Clifford, Lord Charles 29
Clifford, Rev Thomas DD 28
Clifford, Sir Thomas, Lord Treasurer 26-9
Cook iv
Coryton, J T Esq 93
Courtenay, Bishop 12
Courtenay, Lord Viscount 32
Creswell, J Esq 45
Cumberland, George 3rd Earl of 31
Cuyp 23
Dance 23
Davie, Sir Humphrey Bt 39
Divett, E Esq 57
Downman 29
Drake family 106
Drake, Sir T T F E, Bt 105
Drury, Rev Dr 77-8
Ducroc 29
Duckworth, Lady 44, 50
Eales, R Esq 77
Edward IV 12
Elliot family 106
Elton, J Esq 80, 119
Evelyn 26
Exmouth, Lord 22
Fellowes, Hon Newton 145
Fish, J Esq 114
Floud, Thos Esq 41
Fulford, Baldwin de 15
Fulford, Colonel B 15
Gainsborough 46
Gentileschi 29
Gloucester, Henry Duke of 30
Grandisson, Bishop John 11
Graves, Dowager Lady 92
Graves, Admiral Lord 45-6
Graves, Rt Hon Lord 44-5
Gray 73
Hamilton A Esq 52
Hankford, Judge 146
Hatsell, J Esq 73
Hays, T H Esq 123
Henry VI 52
Henry VII 94, 145
Henry VIII 39, 144
Hoare, C Esq 71
Hoare, Henry Esq 72
Hooker 24
Howard, Edward 30
Hull, J Esq 55
Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon 28
James II (James Duke of York) 28, 30
Jansens, Cornelius 28
John IV, King of Portugal 27
Jones, Rev Mr iv
Keenan 31
Kekewich, Samuel Esq 43, 48
King, J Esq 97
Kneller, Sir Godfrey 28
Lane, Rev R 69
Laurence, Sir Thomas 72
Lawrence. Major General Stringer 23
Lee, Lord George Henry 29
Lely, Sir Peter 27-9
Leofric, Bishop 39, 145
Ley, John Esq 33
Lisburne, Earl of 35
London, Gilbert, Bishop of 27
Loosemore, John 12
Lopes, Sir M M, Bt 93, 105
Loutherbourg, de 72
Lucia, Queen of Portugal 27
Luke, Mr 14, 130
Martyn, Elizabeth 27
Martyn, William 27
Mitchell, Miss 52
Morley, Earl of 80, 95, 124, 141
Newman, R W Esq 80, 119
Nicholson 30
Norfolk, Edward, 9th Duke of 30
Northcote, J Esq, RA 38, 46, 72
Northcote, Sir S H Bt 37
Oliver, Rev G iii
Ordgar 143
Ordulph 143
Palaeologus, Thoedore 92
Palk, Lady 19, 23
Palk, Sir Lawrence, Bt 20, 23
Palmer, Rev Dr 146
Payne 29
Pepys, Samuel 28
Pickersgill 31
Pomeroy, Roger de (Pomerai) 118, 128
Porter, H Esq 44
Portugal, Catherine of 27
Prince 146
Prout 30
Quicke, J Esq 39
Quivill, Bishop Peter 11
Radcliffe, Rev Mr 93
Reid, Miss 29
Rembrandt 23
Reynolds, Sir Joshua 23, 36, 72, 95
Rheni, Guido 29
Richard III 94
Risdon 24
Roestrate, Peter 30
Rogers, Sir J L Bt 123
Rolle. Lord 55, 113-4
Rosdew, R Esq 124
Rubens 27, 29
Russell, John Lord 144
Russell, Margaret 31
Rysdael 23, 73
Schonier, J B 28
Seymour, H Esq 52
Short, J Esq 33
Sibericks, John 27
Somerset, Duke of 118, 128
Sparrow, Dr 30
Stapeldon, Bishop 11
St Germains, Earl of 92, 110
Stuart, Elizabeth 30
Stuart, Mary 30
Studdy, H Esq 80, 119
Swete, Mrs 52
Swete, Rev J 52
Symonds, W H Esq 124
Synders 23, 27
Templer, G Esq 85
Templer, Rev John 59
Teniers 23
Thomson 72
Titian 28-9
Toll, J Esq 43
Tomkins, W 30
Towne, Francis 29-30
Trapp, Dr 24
Travers, Peter Esq 52
P T Treby Esq 123-4
Trelawney family 109
Tuckfield, J Esq 39
Tuscany, Ferdinand II, Grand Duke of          26
Vandervelde, Adrian 23, 73
Vandyke, Sir Anthony 15, 29-30, 38
Vangoyen 23
Van Lint, Peter 29
Vansittart, H 23
Varley 30
Vetch, Mr 36
Vidal, Mr 147
Warelwast, Bishop William 11
Weeninx 23
Westcote 24
William III (Prince of Orange) 30
Williams, Sir James Hamlyn, Bt 147
Woolcombe, G Esq 124
Wouverman 23
Wrey, Sir Bourchier, Bt 84, 126
Yard family 69
York, Anne, Duchess of 28
   
Renumbered Section to Vol 2. (pp.1-81)
   
Ackland, Sir Thomas 19
Alfred, King 5
Ashburton, Lord 39
Athelstan, King 6
Bassett, Colonel 19-20
Bassett, D Esq 8
Bastard, J P Esq 62
Bastard, Mrs 37
Bayley, E S Esq 33
Bedford, Duke of 51-2
Brioniis, Baldwin de 61
Buller, J Esq 71
Buller, Judge 40
Camelford, Lord 73
Carew, Sir Henry, Bt 29
Carnarvon, Earl of 26
Chichester, Sir Arthur 10
Coffin, R P Esq 5
Cooke 23
Courtenay, Edward 28-9
Courtenay family 28, 61
Courtenay Henry 28
Devon, Earl of (Courtenay) 28
Drake, Sir T T F E, Bt 51
Edgar, King 49-50
Elfleda 49-50
Elfreda 50
Ethelwold, Earl 49-50
Exeter, Henry Marquiss of 28
Falmouth, Lord Viscount 74
Fellowes, Hon Newton Esq 71
Fitzwilliam, Earl 20
Fortescue, Earl 7, 20
Fortescue, Hon Mr 24
Glanville family 5
Henry I 28
Henry VIII 28, 51
Herries, Mr 11
Hubba 5
Incleden, Robert N Esq 10
King, Lord 24
Lemon, Colonel 73
Lopes, Sir M M Bt 51
Lucas, Stukeley Esq 20, 26
Luke, J Esq 32
Luttrell, J F Esq 24-5
Mary, Queen 29
Mason 50
Northumberland, Duke of 78
Orgarius 49
Pentreath, Dolly 75
Rashleigh, Philip Esq 73
Rashleigh, W Esq 73
Risdon 50
Rivers, Earl 29
Rodd, J H Esq 53, 78
Rolle, Robert Esq 6
Russell, Lord John 51
Sanders, E K Esq 39
Savile, Albany 61
Somerville, Lord 12
Southey 80
St Aubyn, Sir John Bt 75
St Germains, Earl of 80
Thornton, Colonel 26
Trevanion J Esq 74
Tyrwhitt, Sir T, Bt 67
William I (Conqueror) 61
Worth, John Esq 20
Wrey, Sir Bourchier, Bt 7