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Associations connected with Richmond
Facilities afforded by the Construction of the Richmond
The Priory of Sheen rented by Sir William Temple
Sir William Temple's Horticultural Experiments
Convent attached to Richmond Palace by Henry VII.
Present Appearance of the Streets of Richmond
The Wesleyan Theological Institution at Richmond
Charitable Institutions at Richmond
Various Public Buildings in Richmond
Sheen, the Original Name of Richmond
Historical Interest connected with Richmond
Rebuilding of Sheen Palace in the Reign of Henry VII.
The Name of Richmond given to Sheen by Henry VII.
Extract from Cavendish's Life of Wolsey
Elizabeth, a Prisoner at Richmond in the Reign of Mary 52
Death of Queen Elizabeth at Richmond
Decay of Richmond Palace after the Death of Elizabeth
Dilapidated State of Richmond Palace in 1660
Existing Remains of Richmond Palace
Yew-tree in the Privy Garden of Richmond Palace
50 View from the Bridge
Railroads in the vicinity of the Lakes
Approaches to the Lake District
Excursion-train from Preston to Windermere
The Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Difficulties overcome by Joseph Locke
Account given by Gray of a Journey into the Lake Dis-
Traditions connected with the Lancaster Sands.
Course of the Windermere Railway from Lancaster to
Tablet to the Memory of Thomson in Richmond Church 55
Savage and Collins residents at Richmond
Eminent Persons buried in Richmond Churchyard
Prospect from Richmond Terrace
Scott's Description, in The Heart of Midlothian, of
Thomson's Description of Richmond Hill.
Alterations in the Prospect from Richmond Hill, since
The View from Richmond Hill on a Stormy Day
House of Sir Joshua Reynolds at Richmond.
The Star and Garter Hotel at Richmond
Enclosure of Richmond Park by Charles I.
Richmond Park a Cause of Contention in the Reign of
The right of Footway across Richmond Park established
Windermere, commonly called the River Lake
66 Approach to Windermere by Bowness
Beauty of the Scenery in Richmond Park.
George I. and Robert Walpole at the Lodge in Rich-
A Spring Day's Ramble at Richmond
The Occupation of the Royal Lodge assigned to Mr.
The Forest Scenery near Richmond.
The Smaller Lodge in Richmond Park
View of Windermere from Rayrigg
68 Canning and Sir Walter Scott at Windermere
Free Passage through Bushy Park obtained by Timothy
Row down the River from Teddington to Richmond. 63
The University of Cambridge in existence as a Privileged
Disputes between the Townsmen and the Scholars
Peter House, the first College at Cambridge
Privileges conferred upon the University by Henry VII.
Flourishing Condition of Cambridge after the Reformation 116
Gradual Increase in the Fame of Cambridge
The New Streets of Birkenhead
Underground Arrangements of Birkenhead
Vigilance of the Town Commissioners marred by Indi-
The Library of the Senate House
Pictures at present in the Senate House
Collection of Pictures and Antiquities preserved in the
Commercial and Social Improvements of Birkenhead
effected by a small Number of Individuals
Churches at Birkenhead
Various Public Buildings at Birkenhead
The New Market at Birkenhead
The Park at Birkenhead
First Attempts made for the Improvement of Birkenhead 110
Additions made in 1838 to the Powers intrusted to the
The Birkenhead Town Commission and Dock Commission 111
Elements destined to form the Future Greatness of Birk-
Exterior of King's College Chapel
Interior of King's College Chapel
The Painted Windows of King's College Chapel
Preservation of the Windows of King's College Chapel
Restoration of King's College Chapel Windows.
Wordsworth's Sonnet on the Interior of King's College
The Roof of King's College Chapel
Buildings on the West Side of the Quadrangle of King's
Exterior of the Fitzwilliam Museum
Interior of the Fitzwilliam Museum
Collection of Paintings, Drawings, &c., bequeathed to
the University by the Earl of Fitzwilliam.
Eminent Men educated at Trinity College, Cambridge
Sketch of the Chapel of Trinity in Mr. Selwyn's Cam-
The Library of Trinity College
Busts and Statues in the Library of Trinity
Stained Glass Window in the Library of Trinity College 119
Eminent Scholars of St. John's, Cambridge
The New Buildings of St. John's, College
Christ's College, the College where Milton was Educated 122
Mulberry Tree in the Garden of Christ's College, sup-
posed to have been planted by Milton