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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    'c . 1820' are from the Aylesford Collection ] page Kenilworth Castle : the Keep seen from the Banqueting Hall Frontispiece Map of Knightlow Hundred plate, facing 1 Arley Church Plan 11 Allesley Church , c . 1820 plate, facing

    Parishes Bishop's Tachbrook

    large oak chimney-piece which came either from the demolished mansion of the Peto family at Chesterton or else from Kenilworth Castle . It is a richly carved specimen of late-16thcentury work with an overmantel of three bays having round-headed panels

    Parishes Kenilworth

    the ruins to H.M. Office of Works, with a generous contribution towards the cost of their upkeep. Plan of Kenilworth Castle (Based, by permission, on a survey made for the Ministry of Works) Manors Before and after the Conquest KENILWORTH

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Asthill, Horwell, and Whoberley

    Langley , Murye, and Abbot were all citizens of Coventry . 72 A croft under Asthill park appurtenant to Kenilworth Castle was mentioned in 1344 and 1361; 73 Asthill grove, possibly this park, was amongst the castle's property in 1581

    Houses of Austin canons Abbey of Kenilworth

    , Westcote, and Marton , together with the advowson of the church of Loxley . 3 The siege of Kenilworth Castle in 1266 was very prejudicial to the priory and caused much impoverishment. In September of that year, though they

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire; Picturesque views in England and Wales, 1832

    Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire; Picturesque views in England and Wales [castle/fort] Part XV, No.2 View of the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, seen over a moat or flooded river with trees; a figure in foreground at left looking at cattle standing in

    Kenelworth Castle, 1790

    Kenelworth Castle View of a medieval fortress surrounded by a low battlemented wall, reflected in the moat running front, seen from the opposite shore, with a fortified gateway in the distance to right; plate to Harding's 'Shakespeare Illustrated'; after

    Kenilworth Castle, 1797

    Kenilworth Castle View of a ruined castle with a large arched section standing on a base of flattened arches, much overgrown, with a ladder running through a hole in its roof to the upper part, a cart wheel lying against

    Part of Kenilworth castle, Warwickshire, 1837

    Part of Kenilworth castle, Warwickshire [castle/fort] View of ruined gothic windows with trees, cattle and overgrown bridge in foregroundEtching

    Kenilworth, 1827

    Kenilworth A ruined, overgrown castle, seen from behind a keep with square stone towers and small rectangular windows on a mound, with another square building on the right, and a cow lying on the path on the left of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for - no aclor could hive riade it otherwise. TVhere was somesplendid page- afiiry, arnd a beautiful view of Kenilworth Castle, which 14 a Sl we shall add concerning ii, except that, by a-viola- tn of all our associations, Varnicy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    physicals fur swagger. Some of the scenery was very good, particularly the garden part of Cumnor, The views of Kenilworth Castle and of the Plaisance are also very well executed.-There was some difference of opinion at the close, but the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock on Tuesday morning the Marechal and his suite were once more en route. Their first visit was to Kenilworth Castle; and perhaps these venerable ruins were never seen to greater advantage. Some showers, early in the morning, ha given Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kenilworth buffet, executed by Messrs Cookl and Sons, of Warwick, out of a colossal oak tree which grew near Kenilworth Castle, Warwick. The subject of the carvings is the pageant given by the Earl of Leicester in honour of Queen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days when Leicester entertained Queen Elizabeth and murdered Amy Robsart I I i I I I i I in Kenilworth Castle, and when Shakespeare lived at Stratford. In Birmingham, Coventry, luneatun, and elsewhere, moreover, great factories have arisen, giving new Subscribers-only content

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