FARM - HOUSE AT NEWBALD , YORKSHIRE , BUILT FOR THE REVEREND
CANON JEFFERSON . Basement Plan . First Floor Plan . Beer Cellar . Five Bed -
rooms . Two Bed - rooms for men . Linen Closet . Ground Plan . Parlour .
Marvell and Later Poets THE CURRENT popularity of " Upon Appleton House , "
Marvell ' s long poem on Lord Fairfax ' Yorkshire estate , arises not from its
celebration of conventional rural excellencies , although that is present , but from
By the middle of the twelfth century Rievaulx had grown to house 140 monks and
five hundred lay brothers and servants. ... Wnationaltrust.org.uk Nunnington Hall,
on the northern edge of the Howardian Hills, is a Yorkshire country house set in ...
Author: Jos Simon
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
The Rough Guide to Yorkshire was the first comprehensive guidebook to England's largest county. Detailed coverage of the ruggedly beautiful Dales and Moors, the magnificent North Sea coast and historic York rubs shoulders with penetrating insights into the multi-cultural cities of Leeds and Sheffield, the resurgent port of Hull, and the many industrial conurbations, market towns and rural villages in between. Take your pick of great stately homes to visit, of cathedrals and churches and monastic ruins, of steam railways and seaside resorts, of world-class historical and industrial museums, of hotels and places where you can consume good Yorkshire food and ale. Full-colour sections cover Yorkshire's varied landscape and world-famous writers and artists. Whether you're on holiday, on business, visiting family and friends or just passing through - even if you've lived in Yorkshire all your life - The Rough Guide to Yorkshire will ensure that you don't miss a thing. Make the most of your time on EarthTM with The Rough Guide to Yorkshire.
York House was upgraded c.1715, when sash windows were installed, and the
garden side of the house had a gigantic arch – drawn from Palladio – added (
Figure 3). ... and Archaeological History of a Yorkshire Country House (
Author: John Hinks
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
A quarter of a century ago, Professor Peter Borsay identified a specifically urban phenomenon of cultural revival that took root in the late seventeenth century, leading to the flowering of a wide range of cultural forms and the extensive remodelling of the townscape along classically inspired lines. Borsay called this the ‘English Urban Renaissance’. These essays, including Borsay’s reflective and thought-provoking revisiting of his concept, offer a wide-ranging exploration of the continuing and still developing impact of the ‘English Urban Renaissance’ and investigate the wider impact of the concept beyond England. The essays reiterate the importance of provincial towns as hubs of economic, cultural and political activity and the strength and vitality of urban culture beyond the metropolis. They trace the development of urban culture over time in the light of the concept of ‘urban renaissance’, showing how urban townscapes and cultural life were transformed throughout the long eighteenth century. Together, they establish the continuing impact and importance of Borsay’s concept, demonstrate the breadth of its influence in the UK and beyond, and point to possible areas of research for the future.
The pair of bookcases by John Channon at Powderham Castle , Devon ( Country
Life / Alex Starkey ) 31 . The Dining Room at St Giles ' s House , Dorset ( Country
Life ) 171 32 . The Dining Room at Burton Constable , Yorkshire ( Country Life ...
Author: John Cornforth
Publisher: Constable & Robinson Limited
Lavishly illustrated, this book explores the survival of Britain''s country houses against all the odds. It examines the growing enthusiasm for preservation and land scape history and looks at the contribution of bodies like E nglish Heritage. '
Release on 2013-03-07 | by Christopher Simon Sykes
The Yorkshire Wolds were then a Godforsaken place, being little more than a
tract of barren wasteland, much of it one vast open field destitute of hedges and
ditches, with stones here and there to mark where one property ended and
Author: Christopher Simon Sykes
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Please note that some images were unavailable for the electronic edition. The highly praised biography of an archetypal great house and the family who lived there for over 250 years.
... NT • nationaltrust.org.uk Nunnington Hall, on the northern edge of the
Howardian Hills, is a Yorkshire country house set in lush countryside by the river
in Ryedale. With organic gardens thronging with peacocks and period rooms
hosting art ...
Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Apa Publications (UK) Limited
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME ON EARTH Discover Yorkshire with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with exhaustive practical information and our experts' honest independent recommendations. Whether you plan to hike through the stunning Yorkshire Dales, sample delicious cake at the famous Bettys tea rooms, discover the fascinating history of York or visit the county's impressive museums, The Rough Guide to Yorkshire will show you the perfect places to explore, sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way. Features of The Rough Guide to Yorkshire: Detailed regional coverage: provides in-depth practical information for every step of every kind of trip, from intrepid off-the-beaten-track adventures, to chilled-out breaks in popular tourist areas. Regions covered include: South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Vale of York, Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and East Riding. Honest independent reviews: written with Rough Guides' trademark blend of humour, honesty and expertise, and recommendations you can truly trust, our writers will help you get the most from your trip to Yorkshire. Meticulous mapping: always full colour, with clear numbered, colour-coded keys. Navigate Scarborough, Sheffield and many more locations without needing to get online. Fabulous full-colour photography: features a richness of inspirational colour photography, including the grand Castle Howard, a majestic stately home displaying 18th-century architecture, and pretty views of River Nidd flowing through the market town of Knaresborough. Things not to miss: Rough Guides' rundown of Leeds, Wensleydale, the North York Moors and Whitby's best sights and top experiences. Itineraries: carefully planned routes will help you organise your trip, and inspire and inform your on-the-road experiences. Basics section: packed with essential pre-departure information including getting there, getting around, accommodation, food and drink, health, the media, festivals, sports and outdoor activities, culture and etiquette, shopping and more. Background information: comprehensive Contexts chapter provides fascinating insights into Yorkshire, with coverage of history, religion, ethnic groups, environment, wildlife and books, plus a handy language section and glossary. You might also be interested in...Rough Guide to The Lake District, Rough Guide to England and Rough Guide to Great Britain. About Rough Guides: Rough Guides have been inspiring travellers for over 35 years, with over 30 million copies sold. Synonymous with practical travel tips, quality writing and a trustworthy 'tell it like it is' ethos, the Rough Guides' list includes more than 260 travel guides to 120+ destinations, gift-books and phrasebooks.
He contributed an earlier article on the village to YAJ 74 ( 2002 ) . ... of Derby ,
and recently completed a PhD at the University of York in which she explored the
lives of aristocratic women in the Yorkshire country house , 1685–1858 .
Category: Excavations (Archaeology)
A review of history, antiquities and topography in the county.
John Henry Inch in the dining room at Nidd Hall, Yorkshire, where he was
employed by Viscount Mountgarret and his mother during the 1920s. There was
a total indoor staff of sixteen, including two liveried footmen. (Arthur R. Inch) 24A '
Author: Pamela Horn
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
Forget glossy period dramas, here is the real story of Britain's super-rich from the First World War to the end of the 'roaring' twenties.
CLIFFE , J.T. , 1969 , The Yorkshire Gentry from the Reformation Giles , C.P. ,
1981 , ' New Hall , Elland ; The Story of a to ... ELLIS , A.S. ( ed ) , 1882 , '
Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes GIROUARD , M. , 1978 , Life in the English country house : a ...
Over in East Anglia , the countryhouse market is still driven by the London buyer ,
although Cambridge ' s flourishing ... Cheshire Yorkshire country - house
Derbyshire buyers , meanwhile , are getNorthamptonshire Bedfordshire ting
On the afternoon of October 18, four men gathered in a Yorkshire country house,
Drayton Manor, to discuss the crop crisis. William Buckland was an eminent
geologist, Josiah Parkes an expert in agricultural drainage; Lyon Playfair was the
Author: John Kelly
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
A magisterial account of one of the worst disasters to strike humankind--the Great Irish Potato Famine--conveyed as lyrical narrative history from the acclaimed author of The Great Mortality Deeply researched, compelling in its details, and startling in its conclusions about the appalling decisions behind a tragedy of epic proportions, John Kelly's retelling of the awful story of Ireland's great hunger will resonate today as history that speaks to our own times. It started in 1845 and before it was over more than one million men, women, and children would die and another two million would flee the country. Measured in terms of mortality, the Great Irish Potato Famine was the worst disaster in the nineteenth century--it claimed twice as many lives as the American Civil War. A perfect storm of bacterial infection, political greed, and religious intolerance sparked this catastrophe. But even more extraordinary than its scope were its political underpinnings, and The Graves Are Walking provides fresh material and analysis on the role that Britain's nation-building policies played in exacerbating the devastation by attempting to use the famine to reshape Irish society and character. Religious dogma, anti-relief sentiment, and racial and political ideology combined to result in an almost inconceivable disaster of human suffering. This is ultimately a story of triumph over perceived destiny: for fifty million Americans of Irish heritage, the saga of a broken people fleeing crushing starvation and remaking themselves in a new land is an inspiring story of revival. Based on extensive research and written with novelistic flair, The Graves Are Walking draws a portrait that is both intimate and panoramic, that captures the drama of individual lives caught up in an unimaginable tragedy, while imparting a new understanding of the famine's causes and consequences.
INDEX OF HOUSES Hutton Bonville Hall , Yorkshire , 146 Alderley Hall ,
Cheshire , 88 Anthony House , Cornwall , 154 Appleton House , Yorkshire , 158
Apethorpe , Northamptonshire , 95 Averham Park , Nottinghamshire , 148
Ashridge Park ...
Leyswood departs from the traditional park - like setting for the greater country house , not inappropriately for what would become suburban Sussex . As a
house in a forest it can be compared to Beauvale Lodge , Nottinghamshire , in
1871 ( 82 ) ...
... 249 251 Illustrations are from Country Life photographs , with the exception of
the following , for which acknowledgements ... Yorkshire Harlaxton Manor ,
Lincolnshire Houses illustrated in the Introduction The Royal Pavilion , Brighton :
... characterize themselves as 'excavating' from the English country house.
Michaelis never visited Wentworth Woodhouse, the Yorkshire country seat and
political power base of the former owner of our sculptures, Charles Watson-
Author: Viccy Coltman
Publisher: OUP Oxford
This is a book about classical sculptures in the early modern period, centuries after the decline and fall of Rome, when they began to be excavated, restored, and collected by British visitors in Italy in the second half of the eighteenth century. Viccy Coltman contrasts the precarious and competitive culture of eighteenth-century collecting, which integrated sculpture into the domestic interior back home in Britain, with the study and publication of individual specimens by classical archaeologists like Adolf Michaelis a century later. Her study is comprehensively illustrated with over 100 photographs.
THE ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE Contents 6 Introduction 32 Stokesay Castle
Shropshire 40 Birtsmorton Court Worcestershire 46 Cothay Manor Somerset 52
East Barsham Manor Norfolk 58 Sutton Place Surrey 64 Parnham House Dorset
Author: Mary Miers
Sixty-two stunning houses in a range of architectural styles spanning seven centuries are brought to life through glorious imagery from the photography library of Country Life magazine.
... 251 Illustrations are from Country Life photographs , with the exception of the
following , for which acknowledgements ... Warwickshire Scotney Castle , Kent
Grimston Park , Yorkshire Harlaxton Manor , Lincolnshire Houses illustrated in
Sledmere House I horse , by Ferneley , whose painting of a fox with a dead duck
is in the pele tower . There is much good furniture throughout . A Jacobean oak
refectory table and Elizabethan oak backless benches with elaborate supports ...
Author: Arthur Foss
Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corporation
Documents the furnishings and interior design and decorations of historic mansions and manor houses in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland