Architectural monuments in north Northamptonshire
H.M.S.O. [for] the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England), 1984 - Architecture - 286 pages
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS used in the text
THE INVENTORY of the Architectural Monuments in North
aisle Apethorpe Apethorpe Hall arcade architectural ashlar bays beams Blatherwycke blocked building built Bulwick buttresses capitals carved central century chamfered chamfered orders chancel chancel arch chapel class 4a clearstorey Collyweston corbels cornice cottages Cotterstock coursed rubble cross wing cusped decoration door doorway Duddington Eaglethorpe early 19th early 19th-century Easton-on-the-Hill elevation entrance Farm fireplace first-floor flanked former Fotheringhay four-centred head freestone dressings front Glapthorn ground floor hall Harringworth Hemington inscribed jambs King's Cliffe late Laxton Lodge Lutton main range Manor House masonry medieval Monuments moulded mullioned windows Nassington nave Northants octagonal original panel parapeted gables Parish Church parlour piers Plate plinth Polebrook porch probably purlins quatrefoil rear wing rebuilt rectangular reset roundheaded sash windows shafts side Southwick square stack stair Stamford stone storey and attics survive Tansor thatched tracery transept two-room two-storey Wakerley wall Warmington Welsh slate roof Woodnewton Yarwell