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North Walsham and Dilham Canal: Intended Canal between Rivers Ant and Bure

Map and Reference book delivered on 28 September1811. Coloured plan by Millington showing the intended route of the canal, the present route of the stream, water mills, wind mills and the plots (numbered) of land affected by the proposal. Scale and compass present. Locks shown on the map and in section. Passes through North Walsham, Bacton, Witton, Worstead, Honing, Dilham, East Ruston, Stalham. The book of reference lists owners, occupiers and the land affected.

North Walsham and Dilham Canal: Intended Canal between Rivers Ant and Bure

(i) Reference book delivered to the Clerk of the Peace on 18 January 1811 from William Youard. Has a title page and two pages of owners and occupiers of plots of land affected by the proposal.
(ii) Coloured plan showing the intended route of the canal, the present route of the stream, water mills, wind mills and the plots (numbered) of land affected by the proposal. No scale or compass. Locks not shown. Surveyor not named. Partly torn.

Norwich Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist Architects' Drawings: Rattee and Kett

  • RC 2
  • Fondo
  • 1882-1886

This collection consists of drawings used by Rattee and Kett of Cambridge for the construction of the first part of the nave under the direction of George Gilbert Scott. The first sod was cut on 24 June 1882, the foundation stone laid on 17 July 1884, and the nave opened on 29 August 1894. There was a separate contract for the foundation works, executed by Jacob P. Batch of Norwich, and in 1888 the contract for Rattee and Kett was terminated and the work completed under a clerk of works, Thomas Burton, using direct labour. The drawings refer predominently to the west end of the nave with dates between 1883 and 1885; many show details of stonework, including a number of moulding templates. There are no details of stone carvings, reference simply being made to the fact that stone is to be left for carving; virtually all the carvings on the building are believed to have been executed by James Ovens, who may have worked under a separate contract and used different drawings, which are now lost (some for the later east end survive in a separate collection, including just one drawing which appears to represent the 'Synagogue' figure on the label of the west portal).

RC 2/1 Cross section of nave, looking west, with dimensions Three-sixteenths of an inch. Pencil tracing, coloured. nd
RC 2/2 Detail of buttress niche (unidentified) Pencil on cartridge. nd
RC 2/3 East side Baptistry, internal elevation 0.5 inch. Linen, small. nd
RC 2/4 Moulding detail ? Unidentified Tracing. nd
RC 2/5 Internal capitals Cap in Beer stone; abacus in Aubigny. FS?. Note that external cap and abacus to be Ancaster, in 1 course. Linen. nd
RC 2/6 W doorway, turret, gallery piers Part plan and part elevation. 0.5 inch. Linen. nd
RC 2/7 Long section - W door and window, w bays nave, w gallery 0.5 inch. Linen. nd
RC 2/8 Plinth and base - nave arcade FS? Tracing. nd
RC 2/9 Plan of wall 0.5 inch. Note: ? 'depth of footings uncertain'. Linen. nd
RC 2/10 Great w window - mouldings FS? Note: 'Beer stone block'. Tracing. nd
RC 2/11 Corbels of corbel tabling FS. Note: 'It would be well to have one of these roughed out in soft stone for me to see G.G.S'. Tracing. nd
RC 2/12 Portal? Window head? (W window?) 0.5 inside, 0.5 outside 1 inch. Tracing. nd [? 4 Nov 1885]
RC 2/13 Nave arcade - cap and arch? 1 inch. Sketch by GGS - note 'corbelling of vault shaft will start (probably at this level no lower at any rate GGS' 'label in Beer stone' 3rd note - re mitre and coursing of label. Dimensions. Tracing. 6 Nov 1884
RC 2/14 Gables - porch/baptistry? 1 inch. Tracing. 21 1885
RC 2/15 Moulding details 'GRD copy 28 Nov 1884'. FS. 28 Nov 1884
RC 2/16 Plan of church (E end different) Drawn scale (approx 10 feet-0.5 inch). Section of heating chamber NB: E 2 bays of chancel no aisles S transept 2x2 bay chapels N transept 1x2 bay, 1 (outer)x1 bay, 'Sunk chapel' 2 bays only (not sunk) - similar 2 bay chapel N side. Therefore only W end as built, and this has minor variations. Linen. nd
RC 2/17 Shaft - plan FS? Tracing. nd
RC 2/18 Plan of pier and shafts Related to nave wall? FS? Tracing, pencil. nd
RC 2/19 Detail plan - Piers, wall shafts Copy 19 Feb 1884. 1 inch? North pt. where? 'centre of recess'?? Could be identified. Baptistry? Porch? W portal? Tracing. 19 Feb 1884
RC 2/20 Wall Elevation and section, including foundations 0.5 inch. Linen. nd
RC 2/21 Pier (buttress?) and drain? Nave N side? 1 inch. Linen, coloured. nd
RC 2/22 Lead fascia (nave) Copy 20.Jul 1886. FS and 0.25 inch. Notes by Scott?; 3.5 inch plank, iron stay L back to stone, ragged end, lead covering. Pencil tracing. 20.Jul 1886
RC 2/23 Plans of shafts and mouldings 'Inner face of Aisle wall' (N?, S?). Copied 7 Jul 1884. FS. Pencil tracing, coloured. 7 Jul 1884
RC 2/24 'N.W. respond'? Copy 16 Jun 1884. Quarter FS. Linen. 16 Jun 1884
RC 2/25 Corner lead down pipe and mouldings, and key plan w door interior face Notes. Pencil tracing, coloured. 3 Jul 1884
RC 2/26 Mouldings Porch etc. Plans/Sections - stone and marble Half FS. Pencil tracing, coloured. 1 Sep 1884
RC 2/27 Section of aisle roof? 0.5? Pencil tracing. nd
RC 2/28 Mouldings Pencil tracing. nd
RC 2/29 Base to vault shafts, s aisle 'Copied Dec 11th GRR'. FS. Pencil tracing, coloured. nd
RC 2/30 Corbel tabling Copied 25 Nov 1885. Signed G. Gilbert Scott. 0.5 inch and FS. Various notes and Sketch. Sketch included in searchroom catalogue. Pencil tracing, large, folded, Unfit for production. 25 Nov 1885
RC 2/31 Plan of drains 'Doultons 12 inch dia glazed pipes' - main drain W end - drain runs round, and across lawn to well. Branch drains 6 inch on 9 inch conc. Fall 2 inches in 10 feet. Sketch included in searchroom catalogue. Tracing mounted on cartridge. nd
RC 2/32 Plan and section W end basement 1.5 feet circl. flue 2.5 feet back from wall opp - 2 feet by 2 feet 'wind trunk'; N: 'Bellows chamber'. No scale (0.25 inch?). Linen and some colour. nd
RC 2/33 Buttress weatherings and roof copings FS? Signed G.G. Scott. Pencil tracing, Unfit for production. 29 Jun 1885
RC 2/34 'Lady pier' (?) marble band Half FS? Small tracing, pencil and ink and colour. 18 Jul 1884
RC 2/35 'Lady pier'; 'setting out line n and s centre line piers to nave'; 'centre of gallery respond' 'left for carving' Marble shafts FS section of base. Quarter FS. Plan. Tracing. 23 May 1884
RC 2/36 'Lady pier' - cap? Marble above stone 'Received of Mr Scott Nov 21st'. FS? Pencil tracing. nd
RC 2/37 Same as RC 2/36 nd
RC 2/38 Capital and abacus gallery shafts Abacus Aubigny stone. Capital 'gentleman pier only' Note 'for carving'. Half FS? Pencil tracing. 16 Jun 1884
RC 2/39 Internal caps 'Aubigny stone' abacus and string. Half FS? Pencil tracing and colour. 8 Jul 1884
RC 2/40 Capital for respond 'gentleman pier' - marble abacus FS? Pencil tracing. 21 Nov 1884
RC 2/41 Plan of pier - gallery? Notes: detailed 'gentleman pier' 'Man pier' 'Woman pier'; Aubigny stone abacus - changed to marble?. Quarter FS? and detail Linen and ink and colour. 16 Jun 1884
RC 2/42 Cap for respond to gentleman pier, marble abacus FS? Pencil tracing. 21 Nov 1884
RC 2/43 Great circular piers (nave) - caps Alternate moulded, alternate 'boasted for carving'. Half FS? Pencil tracing. 27 Nov 1884
RC 2/44 Bases of circular piers; Pier 4'4'', projection 8'' ''all in Aubigny stone'' Plan 1 inch scale? Sect. detail half FS. Signed G.G. Scott. Note: 'this on north side of nave' 'this on south side' 'leave plenty of stone for the carving'. Pencil tracing, large. 10 Jun 1883
RC 2/45 Plan of gallery pier 2 feet 5 inches Base 2 feet 9 inches. Pencil tracing, coloured. 11 Jan 1884
RC 2/46 Detail Too fragile to examine. Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/47 Flying buttress details Fleur de lys - copper dowel FS? Note: 'I should like to see one of these fleur de lys up if possible before the rest are worked GGS'. Pencil tracing. nd
RC 2/48 'Weathering of buttress A. Ancaster' Sketch. Cartridge. nd
RC 2/49 Detail of seat, s aisle 'Rec'd 22.9.83'. FS. Linen Ink and colour. nd
RC 2/50 Plan - shafts (?) 20 Mar 1884 copied. 'Alterations by Mr Scott 25 March'. Pencil tracing. 20 Mar 1884
RC 2/51 Section arcade caps w end s aisle - marble abacus FS? Cartridge, pencil. nd
RC 2/52 Gallery vault ribs FS sections. Pencil tracing. 12 Nov 1886
RC 2/53 Basement, w end, section looking s 0.5 inch? Fragment - ink and tracing and colour. nd
RC 2/54 Cellar 'heating and bellows chamber' W end. 0.5 inch. Ink, colour on linen. nd
RC 2/55 More of RC 2/53 0.5 inch. Unfit for production - part tracing. nd
RC 2/56 More of RC 2/53 0.5 inch. Unfit for production - small fragment. nd
RC 2/57 Plan of 'lady pier' Gallery shafts 'Caps to be 1.25 feet deep and foliaged GGS'. nd
RC 2/58 S Aisle rereach (sic) of windows Signed G Gilbert Scott. Copied 23 Sep 1884. FS? Pencil tracing. 23 Sep 1884
RC 2/59 Similar to RC 2/58 nd
RC 2/60 W window, south aisle (Ext?) Elevation Note: 'Thus GGS 24 Jul 84'. 1 inch. Ink tracing. nd [? 24 Jul 84]
RC 2/61 W window, s aisle Interior Elevation. 1 inch. Note: 'quite correct. GGS 23.7.84'. Ink tracing. nd [? 23 Jul 84]
RC 2/62 Arch into baptistry from n aisle Elevation. 1 inch. Ink on linen. 4 Jul 1884
RC 2/63 Detailed elevation of w gallery front 1 inch. Pencil tracing mounted on cartridge. nd
RC 2/64 Base to n end of gallery - plan pencil tracing and colour - Unfit for production, not unfolded. nd
RC 2/65 Elevation of arch from n aisle to porch 1 inch. Pencil tracing. 6 Jul 1884
RC 2/66 W gallery vaulting FS? Pencil tracing and colour. 13 Jun 1884
RC 2/67 Inner porch arching FS? 'Abacus will cut a little upon this moulding I think GGS'. 'This order left square for carving'. Pencil tracing and colour. 3 Jul 1884
RC 2/68 Baptistry arch details FS? Pencil tracing and colour. nd
RC 2/69 Bases to piers between porch and baptistry Half FS? Pencil tracing and colour. 18 Dec 1883
RC 2/70 Louvres - porch and baptistry gable openings 1 inch elevation and FS detail. Louvres 'rough from the saw' Oak. Sizes given. Linen and ink and colour. nd
RC 2/71 Buttress heads FS? Tracing and pencil. 28 Aug 1886
RC 2/72 Porch and baptistry roof detail Timber sizes. 1 inch? Tracing and pencil. 14 Sep 1886
RC 2/73 Weathering over porch and baptistry roofs Ancaster stone. FS. Tracing and pencil. 10 Dec 1884
RC 2/74 Moulding details Baptistry FS? Tracing and pencil and colour. 27 Oct 1884
RC 2/75 Turret plan and details W end 1 inch. Tracing and pencil. 22 Sep 1885
RC 2/76 Gallery section 1 inch. Iron tie rods 2 inches by 1 inch 'run in cement' from gallery front to w wall. Ink on linen. nd
RC 2/77 Great west doorway arch mouldings FS? Tracing and pencil and colour. 5 Jul 1884
RC 2/78 Proposed temporary brick wall at east end of present building 0.25 inch-1 foot. Tracing and pencil and colour. 19 Feb 1885
RC 2/79 Caps of recesses either side of great west doorway Notes. Quarter FS? Tracing and pencil and colour. 10 Jul 1884
RC 2/80 Central w doorway - plan In 2 halves. Tracing and pencil and colour. 11 Jan 1884
RC 2/81 Elevation of w doorway - ext or int face? Dimensioned. Shows Aubigny stone plinth and dpc. 0.5 inch. Pencil and tracing mounted. nd
RC 2/82 Detail of stone mouldings - West doorway Pencil on tracing. 23 May 1884
RC 2/83 Elevation - Baptistry and porch arches to n aisle? Dimensions. No scale. Pencil on tracing, Unfit for production. 27 Sep 1884
RC 2/84 S Jamb of Great West Portal Half FS. Annotated: 'The neckings can only be worked at present as far as the line AB that is only the front portion the rest being left in block till the carving is determined. GGS 10.7.84'. Pencil and colour on tracing. nd [? 10 Jul 1884]
RC 2/85 Details of west doorway (plans and sections) FS. Annotated and dimensioned. Pencil on tracing. nd
RC 2/86 South west respond ? location Quarter FS. Ink and colour on linen. 31 May 1884
RC 2/87 Recess on each side of w doorway Plan. 'July 13th' (?). Annotated and dimensioned (GGS). Pencil and colour on tracing. nd
RC 2/88 Details at w end - inside - plan 'Copied Jan 11 84'. No scale. Dimensioned and annotated (GGS). Pencil and colour on tracing. nd [? 11 Jan 1884]
RC 2/89 Detail of jambs and bases of niches each side of great west portal Annotated 'GGS 26 Apr 84'. FS. Pencil on tracing. 26 Apr 1884
RC 2/90 Order forming rere arch to west portal FS? Pencil on tracing. 13 Jun 1884
RC 2/91 Elevation - arches - N wall of n aisle - openings to baptistry and porch? Dimensions. No scale. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 27 Oct 1884
RC 2/92 Elevation (half ext/half int) west window? 0.75 inch-1 foot. Dimensioned. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 6 Aug 1885
RC 2/93 Elevation S side s turret incl. turret window 'Correct GGS 24.7.84'. 1 inch-1 foot. Ink/tracing. nd [? 24 Jul 1884]
RC 2/94 As RC 2/93 Original of which 93 copy? Pencil.
RC 2/95 Details of weatherings on N, S and W faces of w turret Annotated/signed GGS. FS? Pencil/tracing. 25 Nov 1885
RC 2/96 Plan of staircase and moulding details - NW turret No scale Pencil/tracing. nd
RC 2/97 Plan: details of turret windows at nave level FS. Ink and colour/linen. 22 Sep 1883
RC 2/98 Turret details 'GG Scott 13.4.86'. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 13 Apr 1886
RC 2/99 Gallery stairs n side w end Annotated GGS. 1.5 inch scale. Pencil and colour/tracing. nd
RC 2/100 Plan of corbel in sw angle of s aisle 'G Gilbert Scott 20.9.84'. Note: 'leave plenty of stone for carving a figure as corbel'. Pencil on tracing Unfit for production. 20 Sep 1884
RC 2/101 As RC 2/100 Original? of which 100 a copy?. Notes 'aubigny block' and 'marble abacus'. Internal? Unfit for production. 1884
RC 2/102 Windows in w half gables of aisles FS details. Note: 'York' - York stone? Annotated G.G. Scott. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/103 South aisle vaulting caps and foliage cornice ranging with same FS? Half FS? Signed G. Gilbert Scott. Pencil and colour/tracing Unfit for production. 23 Sep 1884
RC 2/104 External string south aisle FS. Pencil and colour/tracing Unfit for production. 2 Jul 1884
RC 2/105 Entrance to south chapel Plan Scale? Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 14 Mar 1884
RC 2/106 As RC 2/106 With more notes (copy/original?). Notes: 'Is this column to be fluted or plain please say' 'if A is fluted this shaft (B) will be plain and vice versa G.G.S.' 'Banded as at A but the band in this case will be Aubigny stone (not marble as at A) GGS' 'Get as much space as you can here. GGS It will not be much do what you will'. 24 Jun 1884
RC 2/107 Base of column at nw angle of South Chapel 'Copied March 14th GR Kett'. FS? Pencil/tracing. nd
RC 2/108 Interior order of clerestory Plan/section. FS. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 28 Jul 1885
RC 2/109 Clerestory details Signed GG Scott. Join stuck with stamp edging. FS? Pencil/tracing. nd
RC 2/110 Details Includes corbelled head of passage way to flying buttress piers. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 20 Jul 1885
RC 2/111 Clerestorey windows Copy 12 Aug 188(5?). No scale. Internal elevation. Dimensioned. Note: '48 feet 3 inches Xmas 1885'. Pencil/tracing, mounted. nd [? 12 Aug 1885]
RC 2/112 Baptistry windows FS? Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/113 North elevation of porch and baptistry Dimensions. 0.5 inch-1 foot. Note on each niche 'figure'. Ink/linen. nd
RC 2/114 Plan - porch/baptistry Dimensioned. No scale. Note: 'traced off plan received July 31st 1882 according to Mr Burton's directions June 6th 1883. GRK'. Ink on linen. nd [? 6 Jun 1883]
RC 2/115 Stonework details, Baptistry FS? Pencil and colour on tracing. 1 Jul 1884
RC 2/116 Plan of wall shafts at entrance to Baptistry Copied 11 Jan 1884. Half FS? Pencil and colour/tracing. 11 Jan 1884
RC 2/117 West front Three-sixteenths of an inch-1 foot. Dyeline print. nd
RC 2/118 As RC 2/117 nd
RC 2/119 Stonework details; porch doorway etc FS? Pencil and colour/tracing. 22 Oct 1884
RC 2/120 Respond of west side of arch to Baptistry Quarter FS. Ink on linen and colour. 18 Jun 1884
RC 2/121 Respond between arch into Baptistry and Doorway into Porch Quarter FS. Plan. Ink and colour/linen. nd
RC 2/122 Opening into Roof over arch into Baptistry Elevation 1 inch scale. Detail FS. Signed GG Scott. 'Be very careful to follow exactly the setting out of the cusped head as drawn'. Pencil/tracing and colour Unfit for production. 11 Nov 84
RC 2/123 Bases to doorway from aisle into porch and to vault shafts of Porch and Baptistry. Pencil and colour/tracing. 18 Dec 1883
RC 2/124 Cap from N aisle to porch Half FS (?). Section. Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 21 Sep 1884
RC 2/125 North porch Setting out plan of detail Pencil/cartridge. nd
RC 2/126 Stone details incl window sill (Porch gables) Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 28 Aug 1886
RC 2/127 Section abacus and caps to gallery vault FS? Pencil/tracing Unfit for production. 22 Sep 1884
RC 2/128 List of equipment nd
RC 2/129 Sketch detail (?) Squared paper (ink). nd
RC 2/130 Notes and 32 moulding templates With notes. Note: 'Items to measure' 3 sheets Refers to Beer stone, ancaster (block for RWP) copper bar in cross, 2 pieces of old York worked to form cesspits, 'chalk and Beer stone filling to nave vaulting'. Thin card (most labelled). 30 Nov 1887
RC 2/131 Detail Folded and too fragile to examine. Pencil and colour/tracing. Folded. Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/132 Unidentified moulding detail Pencil and tracing. nd
RC 2/133 As RC 2/132 nd
RC 2/134 Section 'Sub base D Base E' (?) Pencil and tracing Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/135 Coping detail (?) Pencil and tracing Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/136 Detail (?) Pencil, small. 25 Jan 1884
RC 2/137 City of Norwich Waterworks Company meter agreement 26 May 1883
RC 2/138 Plan of shafts No annotation. FS? Pencil on cartridge. nd
RC 2/139 Piece of wallpaper ?? nd
RC 2/140 Inventory of plant on old gaol site Office no 1, Office no 2, Room over office no 2.
RC 2/141 Fragments Too fragile to examine. Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/142 Elevation West window in n aisle July 10. 1 inch. Pencil/ink/colour on tracing. nd
RC 2/143 Elevation - north wall of north nave aisle 0.5 inch-1 foot. nd
RC 2/144 Crumpled fragile fragments Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/145 Unidentified detail Pencil/cartridge. nd
RC 2/146 Small piece of wallpaper nd
RC 2/147 Detail - unidentified Pencil on large cartridge sheet. nd
RC 2/148 S aisle arcade Jan 20 (note) '... beginning at pier one bay from West (there is no shaft in the SW corner of aisle) they [the shafts] will run thus: Circular plain Nos 1 and 5; Octagon set as A (above) 2 and 6; Circular fluted 3 and 7; Octagon set as B (above) 4; Circular plain etc etc; Octagon shafts 6.5 inches across; Sketch of piers included in searchroom catalogue. Quantity: 3 part copies Fragments. nd
RC 2/149 A number of very fragile pencil tracings, rolled Look interesting, and include details of turret spires and stone used, but too fragile to examine in detail. Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/150 List of zinc moulds on site probably required for further works Quantity: 8 pages In card folder. nd
RC 2/151 S Aisle window details Unfit for production (not examined). nd
RC 2/152 Centering for nave groining Elevation. 0.75 inch. nd
RC 2/153 As RC 2/152 Plan. nd
RC 2/154 Arch moulds of nave pier arches Dimensioned. Signed. Pencil/colour/tracing - Unfit for production. 4 Nov 1884
RC 2/155 Elevation of arch (s aisle?) Mounted tracing. nd
RC 2/156 Gutter fascia detail Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/157 Aisle roof 1 inch. Too fragile to examine. Unfit for production. nd
RC 2/158 N elevation of nave - w end Three-sixteenths of an inch. Ink/linen. G. Gilbert Scott. nd
RC 2/159 Nave arcade details Ink and colour/linen. G. Gilbert Scott. nd
RC 2/160 W Gallery - detail FS. Ink and colour/linen. nd
RC 2/161 Nave clerestory and triforium FS. Ink and colour/linen. G. Gilbert Scott. nd
RC 2/162 Blank arcades n wall n aisle Quarter FS. Ink and colour/linen. G. Gilbert Scott. nd
RC 2/163 As RC 2/162 nd
RC 2/164 West end of nave Quarter FS. Ink and colour/linen. nd
RC 2/165 S aisle - working plan of marble abacus Tracing and pencil and colour. nd
RC 2/166 Section - segmental head, doorway of gallery stairs Tracing and pencil and colour. 23 May 1884
RC 2/167 Arches under gallery - mouldings FS ? Tracing and pencil and colour. 26 May 1884
RC 2/168 Base of pier (section) - n end of gallery 'Copied Dec 12th'. FS? Tracing and pencil and colour. nd
RC 2/169 Plan - w end spiral staircase Traced 5 Jul 1883. 1.5 inch-1 foot. Line. Tracing and pencil, ink, coloured ink. nd [? 5 Jul 1883]
RC 2/170 Plan of pier - n end of gallery 'Copied Dec 12th'. 3 inches-1 foot? Tracing and pencil. nd
RC 2/171 Gallery vaulting detail Copy 13 Jun 1884. FS. Tracing and pencil and colour. 13 Jun 1884
RC 2/172 Section - gallery vault, caps and abacus Copy 'April 22nd'. Tracing and pencil. nd
RC 2/173 Section - capitals and abacus, gallery shafts, gentleman pier Copy 16 Jun 1884. FS. Note: Aubigny stone abacus. Tracing and pencil. 16 Jun 1884
RC 2/174 As for RC 2/173 Copy Nov 21st. FS. Note: Aubigny and Beer stone. Tracing and pencil and colour. nd
RC 2/175 Cap and abacus (marble) detail - gallery shafts FS. Note: 'Caps 1 foot 3 inches deep to gallery shafts on lady pier only'. Tracing and pencil. nd
RC 2/176 Plans and sections - gallery staircase Copy Jan 21st 1885. 1.5 inch-1 foot with FS details. Note: 'hard York landing' (to gallery?). 'Old stone landing' (steps to triforium). Tracing and pencil and red ink. 21 Jan 1885
RC 2/177 North elevation inside baptistry 0.5 inch. Linen and black and red ink. nd
RC 2/178 Elevation - w wall above gallery and sections top of stairs etc Copy Mar 12th 1885. 1 inch-1 foot. Note: 'old 6 inch York landing' 'old 4 inch York' (steps?). Brick relieving arch. Below landing left hollow behind ashlar. Tracing and pencil and red ink. 12 Mar 1885
RC 2/179 Stonework details under gallery - doorways, vault etc Copy 18 Jun 1884. FS. Note: '22.5.83 This is to be used instead of the one previously sent. GG Scott'. Tracing and pencil and colour. 18 Jun 1884
RC 2/180 N elevation of w end, porch and baptistry - incl roof timbers of 1 bay Three-sixteenths of an inch-1 foot. Dyeline print. nd
RC 2/181 Elevation of w end under gallery Copy May 28th 1884. 0.5 inch-1 foot. Tracing, mounted on cartridge and pencil. 28 May 1884
RC 2/182 N wall n aisle window details incl. int elevation, reveal plan Copy Oct 23rd 1884 1 inch-1 foot. Signed G Gilbert Scott. Tracing and pencil and colour. 23 Oct 1884
RC 2/183 Arch over porch doorway elevation (part missing) Copy Oct 22nd 1884. 1 inch. Tracing and pencil and grey watercolour on marble. 22 Oct 1884
RC 2/184 Label of arcade - N aisle 'Rec'd Nov 7 1883'. FS section. Tracing and pencil and colour. 7 Nov 1883
RC 2/185 Details of window next end of n aisle GG Scott 10 Jul 1884. FS. Note Aubigny stone abacus. Other notes by Scott. Tracing and pencil and colour. 10 Jul 1884
RC 2/186 Gallery details In 2 halves. One-eighth FS. Tracing and ink and colour (small). nd
RC 2/187 Details N aisle arcade Plan 'Rec'd Nov 7th/83'. FS. Tracing and pencil and colour (large). nd [? 7 Nov 1883]
RC 2/188 Section - string over N aisle wall arcade FS. Tracing and pencil and colour (small). nd
RC 2/189 N aisle vault shafts - alternate caps Plan 'Copy Sept 1st 1884'. FS. Tracing and pencil and colour (large). 1 Sep 1884
RC 2/190 Plans and elevations of marble shafts July 1st/84. FS. 'South side 6 feet 0 inches long' 'North porch 5 feet 2 inches long' 6.5 and 5.5 inches. Tracing and pencil and ink and red ink notes (medium). 1 Jul 1884
RC 2/191 N Aisle elevation 'Rec'd Nov 8th /83'. 0.5 inch. Tracing and pencil and ink notes and (medium). 8 Nov 1883
RC 2/192 Halg plan of N aisle arcade 'Rec'd Nov 7th 1883'. Quarter FS. Tracing and pencil and colour (medium). 7 Nov 1883
RC 2/193 Arch over porch doorway GG Scott 29 Aug 84. 1 inch. Tracing and pencil and coloured in marble (medium). 29 Aug 1884
RC 2/194 N aisle alternate octagonal vault shafts Rec'd Nov 7 1883. FS. Plan. Tracing and pencil and colour (medium). 7 Nov 1883
RC 2/195 W end of n aisle 1 inch. Note: 'The jointing here will require some ingenuity I think GGS'. Elevations. Tracing and pencil (medium). nd
RC 2/196 Windows in n wall of n aisle 'Copy July 8th 1884'. 1 inch. Internal elevation. Tracing and pencil and colour (medium). 8 Jul 1884
RC 2/197 Elevation of arch at w end of n aisle 0.5 inch-1 foot. Tracing and pencil and ink (small). nd
RC 2/198 Arcading, n aisle capitals Dec 3rd 1883. FS. Tracing and pencil (large). nd [3 Dec 1883]
RC 2/199 N aisle - shafts etc. FS. Note: 'drawn wrong hand' 8 inches and 4.75 inch shafts. Plans. Tracing and pencil and colour (large). nd
RC 2/200 N aisle - arcades and windows Copy Nov 26th 1884. Quarter FS. Plans/sections. Tracing and ink and colour (medium, damaged). 26 Nov 1884
RC 2/201 Cap from N aisle to porch Copy Mar 14 1884. FS. Section. Tracing and pencil (medium, damaged). 14 Mar 1884
RC 2/202 S aisle side windows 1 inch. Crossed through (?). Elevations. Tracing and pencil and ink notes and colour for marble shafts (medium). 7 Jun 1884
RC 2/203 S aisle side windows FS. Plan, section. Sketch with ref to 6 inches of Ancaster. Tracing and pencil and ink notes and colour (large). 7 Jun 1884
RC 2/204 Recess at w end of s aisle Copy 19 Jun 1884. 3 inches-1 foot. Plan. Linen and ink and colour (medium). 19 Jun 1884
RC 2/205 Inside of s wall of s aisle 0.5 inch-1 foot. Linen and ink, with red ink notes (medium). nd
RC 2/206 S aisle bay with seat 1.5 inches. Plan. Linen and ink. 22 Sep 1883
RC 2/207 S Aisle Elevation of bay GRK [G.R. Kett] 'Copy Dec 13th - GRK'. 0.5 inch. Note 'Foliated caps as at Holy Rood'. Scribbled through 'wrong'. Tracing and pencil and ink notes (small). nd
RC 2/208 Details of s wall of s aisle 3 inches-1 foot (quarter FS). Plans/sections. Linen and ink and colour (large). nd
RC 2/209 Section through 2 w bays of s aisle of nave 0.5 inch-1 foot. Linen and ink and colour (medium). nd
RC 2/210 S aisle - wall arcade - half plan of bay Copy Dec 11th/83. Quarter FS. Tracing and pencil and colour. 11 Dec 1883
RC 2/211 Details of s wall of s aisle Copy Nov 28 1884. Quarter FS. Tracing and ink and colour (large). 28 Nov 1884
RC 2/212 Plan - w end; gallery, turret, w portal Rec'd July 31st 1882. Note re flue. Linen and ink and colour (medium). 31 Jul 1882
RC 2/213 S aisle window Copy July 9 1884. 1 inch-1 foot. Elevation. Note: 'Ancaster Course' (label/string). Tracing and pencil, cartridge mounted (medium). 9 Jul 1884
RC 2/214 Small windows in s aisle wall arcade 'Copied Dec 19 1883'. Quarter FS. Ref to Aubigny stone. Tracing and pencil and colour (small). 19 Dec 1883
RC 2/215 S aisle, bases for arcading 'Copied Dec 11'. FS. Section. Tracing and pencil and colour (small). nd
RC 2/216 S aisle wall arcading 'Copied April 1st 1884'. FS. Section. Tracing and pencil (medium). 1 Apr 1884
RC 2/217 S aisle wall arcading - arch mould Oct 22nd 1884. FS. Section. Tracing and pencil (medium). 22 Oct 1884
RC 2/218 String and amulet over arcade arches, s aisle (crossed through) Copy May 27 1884. FS. Tracing and pencil (large). 27 May 1884
RC 2/219 String and amulet over arcade arches, s aisle. Copy June 23 1884. FS. Correction of RC 2/218?. Tracing and pencil (large). 23 Jun 1884

Norwich Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist; 1884-; Norwich, Norfolk

Charter of 5 Henry V being an inspeximus of charters of 1 and 5 Henry IV

Dated at Porchester, 5 Henry V. Citing the many strifes and dissentions as to the government of the city, the king commanded that the citizens and commonalty should elect twenty-four fellow citizens as Aldermen for life, and also sixty other citizens for a Common Council of the City, and that the mayor, sheriffs and common councillors be elected annually according to the Composition agreed in 1415, and also that the twenty-four aldermen be confirmed in office each year unless reasonable cause is shown for their removal.
Witnesses: the Venerable Fathers H[enry] Archbishop of Canterbury Primate of All England, 'our dear uncle' H[enry] Bishop of Winchester 'our Chancellor' and Thomas Bishop of Durham, Thomas Duke of Clarence, John Duke of Bedford, Humphrey Duke of Gloucester 'our most dear brothers', Thomas Duke of Exeter 'our most dear uncle', Edmund Earl of March, John Earl of Huntingdon, Richard Earl of Warwick, and Thomas Earl of Salisbury 'our kinsmen', Henry FitzHugh 'our Treasurer', Walter Hungerford Steward of 'our household', Master Henry Ware Keeper of 'our' Privy Seal, and others.
Includes finely penned decorated initial, 'H' and other capitals on the top line of text. Marginal annotations occur in both English and Latin in a 16th-century hand. A footnote reads, 'By the king himself and for 100 marks paid into the hanaper'. Also given is the name of the clerk, 'Gaunstede'. Blomefield's initials appear under the seal fold.

Inspeximus by royal letters patent of 3 Edward VI of an earlier inspeximus of 19 Henry VII and letters patents of 17 and 30 Henry VIII

Dated at Westminster, 3 Edward VI. Includes a large initial, 'E' decorated with strapwork and a line-drawing portrait of a young King Edward enthroned and with the legend, 'Vivat Rex' above. Along the top line of text are bold and 'textura quadrata' letters. Other decorative symbols above the text are obscured by dirt. There are 17th-century marginal annotations. Blomefield's crossed circle sign is in the top-left corner and also on the seal fold between the seal cord stitches. Footnotes read, 'For £15 paid into the hanaper' and ,' By the king himself'.

Records of Tasburgh United Charities

  • MC 3292
  • Fondo
  • 1778-1941

Poor's Land (aka Town Land or Feoffment Charity):
Release of Tasburgh Town Lands between Robert Browne and Thomas Beevor, and others, 1778
Abuttals of Tasburgh Feoffment Lands nd [? c 1827]
Lease and Release of Tasburgh town Land in Trust between William Warren and Revd. Ellis Burroughes, Frederick Paul Irby, Frederick William Irby, Revd Geoge Preston, Isaac Preston, Isaac Jermy Preston, and others, 1828
Order of exchange between the Trustees and the Great Eastern Railway Company, 1870
Statment of accounts 1918
Extract from the Register of Unreported Charities Volume 147, pp 66-68, concerning the charity, nd [c 1905]
Fuel Allotment Charity:
Sealed order of Exchange of charity land between Philip Berney Ficklin and Tasburgh Parish Council, 1905
Tasburgh United Charities:
Summary of charities that preceded the TUC, 1921
Copy tenancy agreement between the Trustees and Thomas West Nicholson for the hire of land at Flordon, 1941
Counterpart agreement between the Trustees and Norfolk County Council for the dedication of land at Flordon, for road improvement, 1937
Order of exchange between Philip Berney Ficklin and the Rector and Churchwardens of Tasburgh, 1905
Depwade Union: list of paupers receiving outside relief in Tasburgh, 1836.
The three charities began the process of amalgamation in 1921, and formed the Tasburgh United Charities in 1928.

Tasburgh United Charities; 1928-

Harbour Logs, Registers of Vessels Arriving and Sailing etc.

Including the following:

Harbour log, March 1904-1908
Daily records including the date, time of high water, wind, and observations.
1 volume

Harbour Master's journal, January 1904-August 1906
Records the date, wind, weather, and remarks including numbers of arrivals and sailings.
1 volume

Harbour logs, 1930-1975
Record the name of each vessel, its cargo, the quay used and the tonnage.
6 volumes

Harbour Master's report books of arrivals and sailings, 1929-1945
Record the times of high water, the wind, and the height of the tide morning and afternoon, the harbour or dock, arrivals and sailings with names of each vessel and the pilot's name.
11 volumes

Harbour Master's Daily log books, 1945-1974
Record the position of vessels morning and afternoon, arrivals and sailings, the state of the weather and tide, and for each ship its number, the time, the ship's name, draft, registered tonnage, port of registry, cargo, ports of origin and destination and the pilot involved. Each volume covers one calendar year.
30 volumes

Pilot Master's registers of arrivals and sailings, 1928-1969
Record the dates of arrivals and sailings, and for each vessel its name, registered tonnage, the master's name, the port of registry, the pirts of origin and destination, the draught up and down, the pilot's name, and a cash book reference number. No registers have yet been identified covering 1932-1942 and 1947-1955.
5 volumes

Registers of vessels bound for King's Lynn, 1946-1968
Record the date, the ship's name and particulars, the dock or quay it was bound for and the date of arrival.
6 volumes

Harbour Master's copies of tide tables, 1943-1962
Printed: badly damaged by damp and mould.

Logs of Conservancy Board vessels and harbour radio, 1949-1992
Draft or scrap log books and fair copies of Pilot cutters etc. From 1955 these are entered in printed diaries each covering one calendar year.

Harbour Radio rough logs, 1964-1970
7 volumes

Tidesman's log books, 1946-1970
Record the times of high water, the wind and arrivals and sailings on each tide.

Port Operations logs, 1970-1984?
These continue from tidesman's logs. Written in foolscap books (not printed forms), they record the wind and weather at each tide, the names of vessels which arrived and sailed, and the height of the tide.
?23 volumes

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