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Illustration of the engraved subjects which compose the first number of the copper-plate perspective itinerary; or, pocket port-folio. Consisting of ten views of the interior of Glocester cathedral. Inscribed, with permission, to the venerable and reverend Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Glocester: Whose unremitting attentions to the preservation, and whose judgment and taste, displayed in numerous improvements of this magnificent structure, and its appendages, have excited the admiration of the present age, and will command that of the future. The subjects of the first number are (exclusive of the ground plan) Plate I.-Inside view of the cathedral from the west. II.-The choir and high altar. III.-The N. Aisle, with the monuments of King Edward II. and King Osrick. IV.-Cells for punishment in the north transept and altar in St. Andrew's Chapel. V.-The whispering gallery. VI.-The south aisle of the Saxon crypt under the cathedral, now called the bone-house. VII.-The Lady's chapel from the W. VIII.-The college school. IX.-The college library. X.-The great cloister from the south-east. By T. Bonnor, Engraver.
- Bonnor, Thomas.