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in the necessary repairs the old character and the old materials will be preserved. The whole building is on so small a scale and the stream is so shallow, that the expense would be trifling. The old foundations stood for one year short of two and a half centuries. It can be no great matter for modern science to put in foundations which will last twice as long. The present craze for building bridges of wide spans hardly applies to this bridge, under which no boats pass and very little water. The roadway is narrow, but not so narrow as to be dangerous, and if it were wished to widen it, this could easily be done without altering the character of the bridge.

Most people have now learned to appreciate the value of our show pieces of architecture; cathedrals, churches, castles, great houses and the like are carefully preserved. But this way-side architecture, as one may call it, has an importance which few realise, because most people go about with their eyes shut unless they are out on a sight-seeing expedition, when they half open them. The old bridges, the old cottages, even the old garden walls, are precious now, because they are rare and because in the old days these things were made comely and gracious, and now they are made, for the most part, harsh and ugly.

INDEX TO VOL. XVIII.

NOTE--The same name may occur more than once on a page.

Abercorn, Duke of, 278
Abraham and Isaac (painted glass), 285,

286, 288, 290
Acle, 94
Acquaviva, Cardinal, 14
Adams, Stephen, 38

William, 154
Adamson, Bryan, 100

John, 87

Willm', 98, 100
Adlercron, Mrs., 227
Ælfric, Bishop, 115, 118, 123
Aelmar, Bishop, 105, 109, 115, 117, 118
Ælmar, Bishop (variations of spelling of

his name), 117, 118. See also Ailmar,

Almar
Æthelheard, Bishop, 113, 114
Aiimur (Almar), Bishop, 110, 119, 123,

125-127. See also Ælmar, Almar
Ailwin, St., 122 (3)
Ainsworth (?), George, 98
Albano, Cardinal, 11
Albemarle, Duke of, 8
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 278
Alborowe, Mr., 158
Albye, 98
Aldam, Nathaniel, 154
Aldberch, 116
Alderford, 96
Aldred, Nicholas, 151
Aldredge, Mr., 153
Aldrich, Mr., 149
Alexandra, Princess of Wales, 278, 281

Queen, 278, 281
Alhieard (Bishop of Elmham), 113
Allare, Mr., 153
Allen, Mr. John, 159

Robert, 89, 154
Alline, Joseph, 157
Allyn, Richard, 83
Almar, Bishop, 117, 119. See also Ælmar,

Ailmar
Alpe, Rev. A. J. (Wife of), 42
Alriche, John, 103
Amsworth (? Ainsworth), George, 98
Ancona (Italy), 17
Anderson, Sir Henry, 4
Andlezer, Edward, 96

Andover, Lord, 16
Andrewes, John, 154
Andrews, W., 209, 271
Angall, Stephen, 88
Angell, J. & J., 42
Angerstein, Mr., 62
Anglia, Early Bishops of East, 113-115
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Thorpe) quoted,

124
Anmer, 101
- Church Plate at, 263
Ansham, Phillipp, 92
Anstwick (Yorks), 71
Antine, John, 152
Autingham, 83, 84
Antiphoner, The Ranworth, described in

detail, xxxiv.-xxxvii.
Ap Rice,

2 (3)
Aragon, Katherine of, 243, 289
Archeologia Eliana referred to, 209
Archæological Association Journal, referred

to, 209
- Institute Proceedings, quoted, 179, 185,

187, 189, 198, 199, 203

Journal quoted, 106
-- re Dials referred to, 209
Architectural Societies' (Associated) Papers

referred to, 209
Archives of Papal Propaganda referred

to, 20
Armes, William, 156
Armested, James, 99
Armestead, Willm', 102
Armorial Bearings :-

Barkham, 279
Best, 238
Broom (Brome), 230
Browne, 240
Goldwell (Bishop), 290
Grocers' Company, 297
Gurdon, 37
Pell impaling Calthorpe, 269
Repps, 45
See of Canterbury, 293
Skipp, 43
Spelman, 268
St. Andrew
St. Catherine, 294

N

Baley, Margaret, widow, 157
Ball, Daniel, 269
Balles, Thomas, 159
Baly, Robert, 187
Bambrigg, Willm', 103
Bamcroft, John, 98
Banckes, Thomas, 99
Bancroft, Miss, 227
Banham, 88, 178, 196, 202
Baningham, 97

- parva (Barningham parva), 98
Barber, Mr. John, 160
Barford, 89

Church Plate at, described, 24
Baringe, Robert, 87
Barker, Robert, 274, 275

- Thomas, 155
Barkham, Sir Edward, 279

Sir Wm., 270, 279
- Family, 270. 279
Barloe, Raphe, 104
Barnard, J., 270
- John, 89
- Messrs., 27, 38
Barnefather, John, 156
Barneham, William, 154
Barnham Broom, 89

Church Plate at, described, 24
Barningham, Northwood, 84
-- Town, 84

- (Banningham) parva, 98
Baron, John, 71

Robert, 151
Barrett, Christopher, 151
- John, 158
- Peter, 154

- Thomas, 150
Barry, Robert, M.A., 44
Barsham, East, 85

Manor House visited and papers
read at, xviii.
-- Manor House, i.
- North, 85

West, 85

Thomas, 66, 88
Barthram, John, 84
Barton St. Andrew and All Saints

(Bendish), 86
- Bendish, 47, 48, 59

- (Turf), 83
Barwick, Mrs. Elizabeth, 28
Basingstoke, 290
Basset, Honor, 75

John, 75, 76

Sir John, 75
Bassingham, 84
Bate, Nicholas, 86, 102
Butely, Clement, 158
Bateman, Anne, 33

Peter, 33

William, 33, 269
Bates,

152

Armorial Bearings :-

St. Michael, 294
Stuart, 20

Yaxley, 230
Articuli pro Clero, 1584, quoted, 80
Arundel and Surrey, Thomas, Earl of, 68
Aschefelde Manor in Bichamwell, 55
Ashby (by Loddon), 93
As(h)bye (by Acle), 95
Asheton, Anne, 229

- Nicholas, 229
Ashewetinge (Ashwicken), 101
Ashill, 97
Ashwell, John, 87
- Thomas, 151
Ashwelthorpe, 92
Ashwellthorpe, Time-dial at, 207
Ashwicken (Ashwetinge) 101

Church Plate at, 263, 264
Aslacton, Church Tower, Early Windows

in, xliv.
Atfenn, Abraham, 151
Atkine,

153
Atkins, John, 158
Atkinson, Thomas, 87, 97, 103, 104
- T. D., on the Old Bridge at Attle-
bridge, 295.299

Willm', 90
Attleborough, 59, 88
Attlebridge, Old Bridge Destroyed, xlvi.,

xlix.
- The Old Bridge at (by T. D. Atkinson),

295-298
– (Attlebrigg), 93
Attlebrigg (Attlebridge), 93
Atwood, Clement, 160
Andeley,

76
Audley, Sir John, 3. See also Awdley
Ausham (!) Philip, 92
Awdley, Edmund, 59. See also Aud(e)ley
Aylmerton, 81, 84
Aylesham, 97
Aylsham, Linen Webs of, mentioned, 148

Babingley, 101

- Church Plate at, 264
Bachelor, Gregorie, 89
Bacon, Sir Nathaniel, 66

Sir Nicholas, 63, 64
Baconsthorpe, 99
Bacton, 83
Badlingham (Cambs,) 59, 67

- (Kent), 59
Bagge, Sir Alfred, 4
Bagthorpe, 84
Baker, Martine, 152
- Thomas, 157
Balderston, John, 149, 152
Baldwyn, John, 100
- Nicholas, 85
Bale (Bathlie), 99
Baleston, Thomas, 151

Bathelie (Bale), 99
Bawburgh, 90
- Church Plate at, described, 25
Bawdeswell, 96
Bawsey, Church Plate at, 261, 262, 264,

265, 268
Bayley, Harold, 206
Baxter, Katherine, 60

- Willm', 87
Beales, Edward, 89
Beane, Henrie, 84, 95
Beavis, Mr., 153
Beckham, Water, 160
Becroft, Edward, 160
Beecheno, F. R., The Norwich Subscrip.

tion for Regaining Newcastle, 1643,

149-160
Bede, The Ven., 116 (4), 209
Bedingfield, Sir Edmund, Knight, 52
Bedingham, 93
Beechamwell (Bychamwell, Bichamwell),

46, 53, 55, 59, 61
Beeston, 84, 179

- (by Mileham), 100
Beetley, 100, 125
Beighton, 95
Bek, Anthony, 122, 128
Belaugh (Below), 98
Bell, George, 158

- John, 98
Beloe, F.8.A., The late Mr. E. M., 137
- E. M., buys the Greenland Fishery at
Lynn, xxii.

- delivers Lecture on Seals, ii., xxii.
Below (Belaugh), 98
Belvoir Castle, Muniments at, 50
Bendishe, Robert, 152
Benedict XIII., Pope, 16
Bennet, John, 92
Bennett, Henery, 160

Willm', 99
Benson, Samuel, 156
Bentley.

11
Bentlye, Edward, 94
Benton, Violet, 151
Beresall, John, 95
Bergh Apton, 93
Berridge, John, 93
Best, John, 236, 237, 239

Portrait at Blo' Norton Hall, 251
Nathaniel, 226, 227, 235, 237-239, 243,
247, 251

Portrait at Blo' Norton Hall, 251
- Family, 250
Besthorpe, 88
Beverley, Richard, 160
- (Yorks), 148
Bewcastle (Cumberland), 205
Bexwell, 86
Bickerston, 89
Bigod Family, 250
Billisby, Ela, 56

Billisby, John, 56
Billesdon, John, 50, 51
Billingford (by Scole), 91

(near North Elmham), 96

Thomas, 88
Billockbye, 96
Bilney, West, Church Plate at, 265
Binbam, Gildhall at, 202
Bintrie, 96
Birch, Elizabeth, 71

Sarah, 71
Bircham, Edmund, 101

magna, 85
- Newton, 84
- St. Mary, 86

Tofts, 85
Bird, Johu, 83
Birkin, John, 152
Birlingham (Bouth), 95
- Xpofer, 99
Birx, Sir Toby, 15
Bishops of Norwich : their Seals, ii., iii.
Bittering parva, 100
Blackborne, Richard, 96
Blackborough Nunnery, Cartulary of,

exhibited, iii.
Blackburgh (?), 53
Blackeborne (? Blackburgh), 53
Blackerby, George, 164
Blackett, John, 155
Blacknye (Blakeney), 98
Blakeney (Blaknye), 98

Gildhall at, 202
Blancher, John, 159
Blankes, John, 87
Blener Hassett, Raph, Esq., 169
Blickling, 97
Bligh (? Blyth), 148
Blofield, 80
- Deanery, Clergy in, 1592-3, 94, 95
Blo(w)field, 95
Blowfeild, Peter, 152
Blomefield's Norfolk quoted or referred to,

3, 9, 10 (2), 20, 59 (2), 62, 72, 76, 81 (2),
83, 85, 93, 94 (2), 102, 112, 122, 130, 132,
134, 148, 149, 150 (3), 161, 165 (2), 174,
196, 202, 203, 212, 213, 228-233, 236-238,

240, 242-244
Blonorton, 259, 260
Blo' Norton (Norton), 88

Church and Hall visited, v.

Farm, 243, 244, 246
- possible Derivation of, 250

Domesday Book Account of Manor,
212
--- Flint Implements and Roman Coins
found at, 211, 212

Seymers Hall at, 230, 232
--- Hall, An Account of, by H.I.

Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, M.V.O.,
&c., 211-260

* Best" Room at, 217

Room

Blo' Norton Hall, “Brampton
at, 217, 227

“ Brome" Room at, 219, 220, 227

Browne" Roum at, 219
Gallery"at, 218, 220
Names of Rooms at, in 1603, 221
“Oratory"ut, 220, 221

Portraits at, 241, 242, 246, 251
Blunte, Mr., 59
Bodham, 99
Bodney, 87
Bokenham, Dorothy, 235
- John, 235
- (Buckenham Ferry), 95
Boleyn, Anne, 56
Bolingbroke, Mr. and Mrs. L. G., entertain

Society, xi.
Bolokenton (Blo' Norton), 256
Bolton (Cumberland), 207
Book of Customs (London) quoted, 140

Sundinls (Mrs. A. Gatty) referred
to, 206
Boone, Robert, 155
Boote, Edward, 152
Boothe, Robert, 94
Booton, 98
Booton, Cup at, 31
Boyton, Lawrence. 93
Borne, Richard, 96
Borowghe (Burgh by Aylsham), 98
Bostocke, Thomas, 80, 95
Boston (Lincolnshire), 12
Boughton, 86
- (? Bucton), 178, 184

· Malherbe (Kent), 238, 239
Bound, Thomas, 158
Bowman, Symond, 155
-Tho., 100
Bowry, John, 156
Bowthorpe, 90
- Church Plate at. See Earlham, vol. xvi.,

243
Bracon Ash, 90
Bradeston, 95
Bradfield, 83
Bradford, Jane, widow, 154
Bradenham, East, 87
-- West, 87
Brady, Henery, 155
- John, 155
Bramerton, 92
Brampton, 98
- Anne (née Vincent, wife of Gawdy B.),
229, 235

- (wife of Gawdy B.): her Will, 1654,
259, 260

(married John Bokenham), 235

- (married Thomas Rede), 234
- Ashley, 234
- Blith, 289
– Bridget, 229

Dorothy (married John Best), 237, 239

Brampton, Dorothy, Portrait at Blo'
Norton Hall, 251

(married Jetter), 235, 244
Elizabeth (née Rokewode), 242

- (died 1603), 214, 216, 221, 223, 226,
229

her Will, 1601, 257-259
Family, 250

Frances, 235
- Gawdy, 226, 234-238, 244, 251

Portrait at Blo' Norton Hall, 251
Henry, 214, 216, 226, 234, 235, 242, 244

junr., 218, 219
John (died 1535), 213, 229, 231, 232, 242
Katherine (Drury), 235

- (Everard), 234
Robert, 218, 219
Thomas (died 1576), 229, 232, 233

his Will (? 1576), 256
William, 229
- (unknown) Portrait at Blo' Norton

Hall, 251
Brandeston, 97
Brandon, 232
- parva, 89

Church Plate at, 25
Charles, Duke of Suffolk, 75
- Lady, 47
- Margaret, 47

Sir William, 47
Brathwayte, John, 150
Breccler, 87, 97

Deanery, Clergy in, 1592-3, 97
Brecknam (Brettenham), 88
Breese, Christopher, 97
Brenthall Manor in Blo' Norton, 244
Bressingham, 91, 179
--- Gildhall at, 202
Brett, J., A.M., 24
Brettenham (Brecknam), 88
Brewrie, Richard, 87
Bricham Minor, 54
Bridge (The Old) at Attlebridge, by

T. D. Atkinson, 295-298
Bridgham, 88
Brigges, Jeames, 160

- Richard, 83
Briggs, Rev. G. W., 285
Brinton, 99
Briscoe, Dorothy, 236

Hallet, 236
- John, 236

· Philip, 236
Brisley, 100

Deanery, Clergy in, 1592-3, 100
British Archæological Journal quoted, 108

Family Antiquities (Playfair) quoted,
20
Brockden, Jeames, 152
Brockdish (Brodish), 91
Brocke, Richard, 88
Brodhurst, Roger, 94

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