Abbot of Glastonbury, execution of the last, 50.
Alant, or Allan, or wolf-dog, or mastiff, 9.
Almery, an office for distribution of alms, 31.*
Aisles in ancient halls, 45.
Architectural gardens, revived taste for, xiv.
Armorial badges at Herstmonceaux Castle, 10.
-at Thornbury Castle, 36—38.
-at the Tribunal House at Glas-
Arms of Glastonbury Abbey, 54.*
- at Thornbury Castle, 36.f
Barn, Abbot’s, at Glastonbury, account of, 56—58;
with five Plates, viz.
X.-south side, 56 ; pl. No. 69.
II.-plan, and details, ibid.; pl. No. 70.
III. -west end, ibid.; pl. No. 71.
IV. -details of gables, 57; pl. No. 72.
V.-windows and loop-holes, ibid.; pl.
Barlow, William, Bishop of Bath and Wells, his
dilapidations, 39,* 44.
Bay-window in Herstmonceaux Castle, 11.
---in Kenilworth Castle, 20.
---in Thornbury Castle, 33, 34.
-in the Deanery, at Wells, 40, 41.
-in the George Inn, at Glastonbury,
Bay-window in the Tribunal House, at Glaston-
Beckington, Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells,
his buildings, 43—47.
Beere, Richard, Abbot of Glastonbury, 55.f
Brack, a sort of rack for torturing prisoners, 49.£
Brick-work at Herstmonceaux Castle, 7—9.
-- at Thornbury Castle, 38.
Buck’s Views, references to, 11,* 45.*
Ceiling of timber, at Oxford, 4.
Chimneys, difficulty of their management, xiii.
- ancient modes of placing them, ibid.
- at Thornbury Castle, 38.
Columns, formerly in the Hall of the Bishop’s
Palace, at Wells, 45.
- at Lin-
coln, &c. 45.|
Conduit at Wells, account of, 47; with two
I.-elevation and section, 47; pl. No. 59.
II.-plans and details, ibid.; pl. No. 60.
Cromwell, Thomas, Earl of Essex, 494
Cupola, louvre, or lantern, 26.*
Deanery House, at Wells, account of, 38 ; with
eight Plates, viz.
I. —-north front, 39; pl. No. 45.
II,-bay-window, 40; pl. No. 46.