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SEATS, VILLAS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, AND PICTURESQUE
Banks of that Noble River.
"Thames, the most lov'd of all the Ocean's Sons."
THE ENGRAVINGS EXECUTED BY
WILLIAM BERNARD COOKE,
BY SAMUEL OWEN, ESQ.
PRINTED FOR VERNOR, HOOD, AND SHARPE, 31, POULTRY; AND W. B.
By William Bell and Co. at the Union Office, St. John's Square.
LIST OF PLATES TO VOL. I.
SOURCE of the Thames.
Inglesham Lock, with the Thames and Severn Canal, and Lechlade
in the distance.
Oxford, from Ifley.
Nuneham Courtney, the seat of Earl Harcourt.
Cottage and Bridge.
Junction of the Thame and Isis.
The Grotto House at Basildon.
Basildon Park and Combe Lodge.
Purley Hall, seat of the late Anthony Storer, Esq.
Shiplake Lock and Paper-Mill, with Wargrave House, the seat of
Joseph Hill, Esq.
Park Place (Henley), the seat of the Earl of Malmsbury.
Fawley Court, the seat of Strickland Freeman, Esq.
Culham Court, near Henley, the seat of the Hon. Frederick West.
Temple House, the seat of Owen Williams, Esq.
Harleyford House, the seat of Sir William Clayton.
Bisham Abbey, seat of George Vansittart, Esq.
The Willows, seat of the late Townley Ward, Esq.
Old Houses near Eton Bridge.
Beaumont Lodge, Old Windsor, seat of Lord Ashbrooke.
Oatlands, the seat of the Duke of York.
Garrick's House, at Hampton.
Lady Sullivan's Villa, at Ditton.
Strawberry Hill, the seat of the Hon. Mrs. Damer.
Lady Howe's Villa, (Baroness Howe).
Richmond Hill, from Twickenham.
Marble Hill Cottage, near Richmond, villa of Sir John Lubbock.