A Day in The Peak

AN ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK TO
Bakewell Church, Haddon Hall, and Chatsworth

By Andreas Edward Cokayne

Transcriptions by Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 2013

CONTENTS.

[Contents is printed at the END of the Booklet]

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Preface3
Bakewell and its Vicinity4
“A Day in the Peak”5
Distances from Bakewell6
Bakewell Church: 
Archdeacon Balston, D.D.
27, 37, 38, 39
Bells
39, 40
Early Architectural history
10, 11
Engraving of Old Cross
25
Epitaphs
40-42
Foljambe Monument
28
Font
24
Jonathan Wilson (stained glass window)
37
Monuments
28, 31-35
Old Cross in Churchyard
20
Organ
29
Sepulchral Slabs, etc
16,17
South-west View
13
Vernon Chapel
31
Vignette View of Church from King Street, showing the Alms houses
9
Haddon Hall: 
Architectural dates
49
Arms of Vernon and Avenell
65
Arms, Crest, &c , of Duke of Rutland
69
Arms of Vernon, and Crests of Manners and Vernon
77
Banqueting Hall
67
Chapel
53-60
Dining Room
72
Dorothy Vernon's Steps
81
Dorothy Vernon's Walk
86
Drawing Room
74
Duke of Rutland
44
Duchess of Rutland
58
Early history
45
Earl's Bed-room and Ante-room
74
Elopement of Dorothy Vernon with John Manners
33, 82, 83
King John's Charter
45
Long Gallery or Ball Room
75
Norman Column and Font in Chapel
52
North-west general View
43
Peveril (or Eagle) Tower
80
“Peveril of the Peak”
90
Pictures
68,91
Porch
62
Roman Altar
63
Sir George Vernon
32, 48, 72, 82
State Bed-room
79
Tapestry
74, 79, 80, 83-86
View of the Terrace
86
Walks: 
Direct pedestrian route: Haddon Hall to Chatsworth
92
Direct pedestrian route: Chatsworth to Haddon Hall
94
Chatsworth: 
Architectural dates
106-111
Arms, Crest, etc., of Duke of Devonshire
107, 111
“Bess of Hardwick”, Countess of Shrewsbury
101
Civil Wars
106
Chapel
121
Chatsworth Old Hall
102
Conservatory and Pleasure Grounds
130
Duke of Devonshire
109, 112
Entrance Hall
118
Fountains and Ornamental Water-works
129
Great Hall
118, 119
Hardwick Hall
117
Libraries
92,93
Lord Frederick Cavendish
132
Mary, Queen of Scotland
114
Private Apartments
119
Queen Mary's Bower
113
Sculpture Gallery
125-127
Sir William Cavendish
101
Sketch Galleries
121
South-west view of Chatsworth
115
State Rooms
121-124
Edensor Church131
Edensor Village131
Edensor Hotel132
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BY THE SAME AUTHOR AND PUBLISHERS.

Crown 8vo. 132 pages, with numerous Illustrations.
Price 6d. stiff covers; or 1/- cloth lettered.
The Shilling Edition has a special view of Haddon
Hall; and a map of the County of Derby.

B A K E W E L L
AND ITS VICINITY

Excursions, Drives, and Walks;

WITH

A TABLE OF AUTHORIZED CARRIAGE FARES
FROM BAKEWELL TO AND FROM
HADDON & CHATSWORTH.

AND

Some Notes
On Stone Circles
AND OTHER RUDE STONE MONUMENTS.

LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO.
BAKEWELL: COKAYNE, RUTLAND SQUARE.
1888.
[ Entered at Stationers' Hall. ]

OCR/transcript by Rosemary Lockie in May 2013.

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