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LIST OF PLATES

1. BIRDSEYE VIEW, FROM LOGGAN'S

" OXONIA
ILLUSTRATA”OF 1675, SHOWING OLD CHAPEL
AND QUADRANGLE OF DURHAM COLLEGE,
WITH THE FIRST PART OF GARDEN QUAD-

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QUADRANGLE, INCLUDING LIBRARY AND OLD
PRESIDENT'S LODGINGS

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III. EFFIGIES OF SIR THOMAS POPE AND DAME

ELIZABETH POPE, FROM FOUNDER'S TOMB IN
CHAPEL, C. 1567

Reproduced from Engraving by J. Skelton

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IV. KETTELL HALL, AND EAST END OF BROAD

STREET COTTAGES, WITH SOUTH END OF

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V. GARDEN QUADRANGLE, WITH NORTH END
OF OLD PRESIDENT'S LODGINGS.

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VI. INTERIOR OF CHAPEL

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VII. FORMER APPROACH TO COLLEGE, WITH EX

TERIOR OF CHAPEL, BATHURST'S BUILDINGS,
AND WEST END OF COTTAGES

facing p. 202
Reproduced by permission from photograph by
Messrs. Shrimpton & Son, taken in 1883

VIII. NEW BUILDINGS AND NEW PRESIDENT'S
LODGINGS, TAKEN FROM BALLIOL COLLEGE

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CHRONOLOGICAL CONSPECTUS OF FORMER

AND PRESENT BUILDINGS.

NOTE.Buildings now demolished are bracketed.

DURHAM COLLEGE, 1286–1542. Old Bursary and Common Room (? Oratory), part of Buttery,

[and original Refectory and Kitchen]; 14th century, probably

before 1380. [Original Entrance-gateway, 1397.] [Original Chapel, Treasury, and Porch, 1406-8.] [North side of Quadrangle, 1409–14.] East side of Quadrangle, Library, Vestry, and Chambers, 1417-21.

EXTERNAL BUILDINGS.

Broad Street Cottages, 16th century or earlier.
Kettell Hall, c. 1615.

TRINITY COLLEGE, 1555.
[Attics over north side of old Quadrangle, 1576–8.]
Attics over Library, etc., 1602.
Hall and Cellar, 1618–20.
Garden Quadrangle, north side, 1665–7.
Kitchen and Cellar, 1676.
[Bathurst's Buildings, 1687.]
Garden Quadrangle, west side, 1680–2.
Chapel, Gateway, and Tower, 1691-4.
Garden Quadrangle, south side, 1727-8.
Attic story of Garden Quadrangle raised, 1802.
New Buildings, 1883-5.
New President's Lodgings, 1885-7.

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