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The Long Gallery

198 | The Road from Tideswell to Castleton

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Dorothy Vernon

198 Castleton

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The Gardens of Haddon Hall

198 The Peak Cavern

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Way from Haddon Hall to Chatsworth

201 | The First Water'

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View of Chatsworth .

201 | The Castle of the Peak

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Several Buildings of Chatsworth

. 201 | The Blue John Mine

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The Interior of Chatsworth

202 | The Speedwell Mine

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Wood Carvings at Chatsworth

. 202 The Winnats

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Paintings at Chatsworth

202 | Cave Dale

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View from the State-rooms at Chatsworth

203 Mam Tor

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The Sculpture at Chatsworth

203 Eldon Hole

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Ancient and Modern Sculpture

203 | The High Peak .

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The Works of Canova at Chatsworth

203 Hathersage

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The Water Works of Chatsworth .

204 The Plague at Eyam

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Chatsworth Conservatory .

204 Cucklett Dale.

215

The Rock Works at Chatsworth

204 Mr. Macaulay's Mention of Buxton

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Wordsworth's Sonnet on Chatsworth

205 Thomas Browne's Tour in Derbyshire

215

Edensor

205 Refutation of Mr. Macaulay's Charge against Buxton 215

The Road from Edensor to Bakewell

205 Buxton in the sixteenth Century

217

Way from Rowsley to Stanton Moor

206 John Jones's Description of the Baths of Buxton in 1572 217

Number of Druidic Remains in the Neighbourhood of Dr. Jones's Dieting

217

Stanton Moor

206 Hobbes's Account of a Visit to the Buxton Baths

218

Circles of Stones in the Neighbourhood of Stanton Moor 206 Improvements made in Buxton by the late Duke of

Rocking-Stones on Stanton Moor

206 Devonshire

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Barrows of North Derbyshire

. 207 The Baths of Buxton

221

Mr. Bateman's Account of the Green Low

207 The Appearance of Buxton

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Various Attractions of Stanton Moor

207 The Walks and Drives around Buxton

221

Ashford

207 Cotton's Notice of Pike Pool

221

Monsall Dale

208 | Narrow Dale

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Cressbrook and Litton Dales

208 | Mill Dale

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Wormhill

208 Dove Dale

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Chee Tor

208 Pickering Tor

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Chee Dale

211 | Reynard's Cave

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GEORGE DODD.

Connection between a particular Branch of Industry and Queen Elizabeth and Lea, the Inventor of the Stocking-

the Physical Features of the District

225 loom

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The Triangle of Towns forming the Clothiery District 225 Progress of the Stocking-loom

233

Leicester

225 General Character of the Stocking-loom

The Situation of Leicester

226 Phraseology of the Stocking Manufacture

Sanitary Advantages of Leicester

226 Stocking Weaving not Steam-engine Work

The Streets of Leicester

226 Obstacles to the Adoption of the Factory System in

Hutton's Description of Richard III.'s Visit to the Blue Stocking Weaving.

234

Boar at Leicester

226 The Mode of Proceeding of a Stocking Manufacturer

The New Walk

226 The System of Frame Rents

234

St. Martin's Church

226 Mr. Muggeridge's Mention of the System of Frame Rents 235

St. Mary's Church

229 The System of Independent Frames'

St. Nicholas's and St. Margaret's Churches

229 | The Middleman System

235

Antiquities of Leicester

230 | The Bagman System

236

The Ancient Castle

230 Varieties in the Stocking Manufacture

Management of the Hosiery Arrangements in Leicester 230 Alternations in the Hosiery Manufacture

Market Harborough

231 Limits of the Hosiery District

Lutterworth

231 Situation of Nottingham

Hinckley

231 Nottingham Castle,

Market Bosworth

231 Historical Associations with Nottingham Castle

The Battle of Bosworth Field

231 | Present State of Nottingham Castle.

Loughborough .

231 | Mortimer's Hole .

Melton Mowbray

231 The Capture of Mortimer in Nottingham Castle

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The Statistics of the Stocking Manufacture

232 Mrs. Hutchinson's Account of Nottingham Castle .

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Story told of the Invention of the Stocking-loom 232 | History of the Modern Castle

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The Roman Catholic Churches

The Church of the Conception
St. Andrew's Chapel

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An Irish Funeral

267 Principal Mansions around Bray

267 The Dargle

267 The Lover's Leap

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264 Malahide.

264 Swords and its Antiquities

264 Advantages offered by the Dublin and Kingstown Rail-

265 way for Pleasure Excursions

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Coach-ride from Mallow to Killarney

Colonel Clarke's Account of the Beggars of Killarney
Killarney in the Twilight.

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ILLUSTRATIONS.

Difference of Opinion expressed by Tourists of the Gap

of Dunloe

The Bays of Connamara

Commission appointed to Survey the Bogs of Ireland

279 The Living Kathleen of St. Kevin's Bed
279 Sir Walter Scott's Ascent to St. Kevin's Bed
279 The Seven Churches

279 The Round Tower

280 Question of the Origin of the Round Towers.
280 Glendalough in the Dawn

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280 Lough Dan

281 Lough Tay

281 The Military Road
The Lough Brays

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The History of Chester subsequent to the Romans
William of Malmesbury's Account of King Edgar's

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NICHOLLS

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