Wessex. Painted by Walter Tyndale, described by Clive Holland.


Date: 1906



Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress.

xii, 279 p. illus. 23 cm.

1. Front Cover
10. On the Stour
11. Bathford, Somerset
12. The Stour : Wimborne Minster in the distance
13. Studland Heath : Poole Harbour in the distance
14. Westwood Manor House
15. The Broadstone Golf Links, near Poole
16. The Saxon Church at Wareham. The "Anglebury" of the Wessex Novels
17. Wareham. The "Anglebury" of the Wessex Novels
18. Cottages at Stoke
19. Portland from the northern shore of Weymouth Bay. The "Isle of Slingers" of the Novels
2. Title Page
20. Waterstone House, Dorset. The House of Bathsheba Everdene in Far from the Madding Crowd
21. A Tithe-Barn, Abbotsbury, near Weymouth. The scene of the sheep-shearing in Far from the Madding Crowd
22. Bridport, the "Port Bredy" of the Wessex Novels
23. The Bridport Arms
24. The "Rainbarrow" of the Return of the Native. The "Quiet Woman" in middle distance
25. Entrance Gate, Cleeve Abbey
26. Long Street, Sherborne. The "Sherton Abbas" of the Wessex Novels
27. Interior of Abbey, Sherborne
28. Sherborne College
29. Blackmore Vale from Shaftesbury. A scene in Jude the Obscure
3. A Typical Wessex Cottage
30. A Saxon Church in Wessex
31. A Wessex Dairy Farm
32. The Almshouses, Corsham, Wilts
33. Melbury Park. "King's Hintock Court" in a Group of Noble Dames
34. Dunster Castle and Yarn Market
35. The Yard of the Luttrell Arms, Dunster
36. Glastonbury Abbey
37. Glastonbury Steeple from the Abbey Gardens
38. The Market-Place, Wells
39. The Palace, Wells
4. Near Maiden Castle, Dorchester A scene in the Mayor of Casterbridge
40. The Vicars' Close, Wells. Life's Little Ironies, "Tragedy of Two Ambitions" (lodgings of Halborough)
41. Fordington, Dorchester. Back of Mixen Lane in The Mayor of Casterbridge
42. The Frome above Dorchester (Casterbridge)
43. The Athelhampton Aisle in Puddletown Church, near Dorchester
44. The Mill and Church at Affpuddle, near Dorchester. The "East Egdon Church" where Yeobright and Eustacia were married in the Return of the Native
45. Woodlands near Mere, Wilts
46. Puddletown Church
47. Cottage at Tincleton, near Dorchester. The Home of Caroline Aspent, of "The Fiddler of the Reels" in Life's Little Ironies
48. From the Dean's Orchard, Mere, Wilts
49. Castle Combe, North Wilts
5. On the Old Walls of Wareham
50. Corfe Castle from Nine Barrow Down
51. Corfe Castle from West Street. A scene in The Hand of Ethelberta
52. Corfe Castle. The "Corvesgate Castle" of The Hand of Ethelberta
53. East Street, Corfe Castle
54. Bath Abbey and Pump-Room
55. The Bridge at Prior Park, Bath
56. Claverton Manor, near Bath
57. A Wessex Village
58. The Retro-Choir, Winchester Cathedral, with the Chantries of Cardinal Beaufort and Bishop Waynflete
59. Pine-woods near Bournemouth. Scene in Tess of the d'Urbervilles
6. Corfe from the Castle Slopes
60. A Wessex Homestead
61. The Frome from Bockhampton Bridge. View from Lower Mellstock Bridge, "Fiddler of the Reels" in Life's Little Ironies
62. Spring in Wessex
63. Summer in Wessex
64. Bere Heath in Autumn, with Gallows Hill in the distance. The "Egdon Heath" of the Wessex Novels
65. Bockhampton Bank, near Dorchester. The "Mellstock Lane" in Under the Greenwood Tree
66. Bere Regis. The "Kingsbere" of Tess of the d'Urbervilles
67. The Church at Bere Regis."Kingsbere Church" in Tess of the d'Urbervilles
68. A Corner of a Wessex Fair
69. Moreton, Dorset. The Village near Talbothays, Tess of the d'Urbervilles
7. The Gateway at Cerne Abbas. The "Abbot's Cernal" of the Novels
70. Wool Manor House. The "Wellbridge" Manor House in Tess of the d'Urbervilles, the scene of her honeymoon with Angel Clare
71. Coker's, Frome : a Typical Dorset Dairy House
72. Puddletown. The "Weatherbury" in Far from the Madding Crowd
73. Bindon Abbey Mill. Where Angel Clare proposed to learn milling, Tess of the d'Urbervilles
74. Wool. The "Wellbridge" of Tess of the d'Urbervilles
75. Lulworth Cove. The "Lullstead Cove" in Far from the Madding Crowd, Life's Little Ironies, etc.
76. The Mill Cottages at Sutton Poyntz, near Weymouth. The "Overcome" of The Trumpet-Major
77. Burton Bradstock, Dorset
78. Map of Wessex
79. Back Cover
8. A Wessex Haven
9. A Group of Cottages at Sutton Poyntz, near Weymouth

Publisher: London : Adam and Charles Black




ISBN-10: N/A

Date Added: 2020-06-22

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