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THE

ESSEX REVIEW:

AN ILLUSTRATED QUARTERLY RECORD

OF EVERYTHING OF PERMANENT INTEREST

IN THE COUNTY.

EDITED BY

EDWARD A. FITCH, F.L.S.,

AND

MISS C. FELL SMITH.

VOLUME XI.

He who recalls into existence that which has vanished enjoys a bliss like

that of creating."-NIEBUHR.

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LONDON :
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, Kent & Co., LTD.

1902.

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Colchester :

BENHAM AND CO.,

COLCHESTER PRINTING WORKS,

21, HIGH STREET.

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III.

Entries in Italics refer to Notices of Books.
Ague in Essex, 235.

Cunnington, Augustus, death of, 229;
Arnold, John, 116, 179.

Catalogue of Books, Maps, and MSS.,

collected by, 245.
Aukland, Florence, Bees in Winter, by,
81.

Cunnington, Mrs. H. J., The King's

Coronation Robes, 107, 162.
Baddow, Great, Reading-Room, 59.
Barrett, Rev. D. W., Sketches of Church Dagenham Breach, 5, 89; Lake, II;
Life in the Counties of Essex and Hert-

· Breach House, 13; Dinners at, 95%
fordshire, by, 122.

White House, 94.
Bays, Says, and Perpetuanas, 108, 109, Dedham, Bay, and Say Mills at,

178.
Beckett, Rev. W. H., death of, 59.

Defoe, Daniel, tile works in Essex, 119
Bees in Winter, by Florence Aukland,81. Disney Museum, 185, 236.
Benham, Charles E., William Gilbert of

Dixon, H. N., note by, 178.
Colchester, by, 244,

Dunmow Field Names in 1698, 182,
W. Gurney, Ancient Silver Hoard

234; Dunmow Halfpenny, 252.
· Discovered at Co chester, by, 210; The
Red Book of Colchester, by, 247.

East Anglians or East Saxons ? 184.
Bentall, F. A., note by, 185.

Eastern Counties Magazine, 226.
Berners, Isopel, by George Borrow,

Edward VII., King. Coronation robe
edited by T. Seccombe, 14.

made at Braintree, 107, 162.

Edward the Elder, statue of, 209.
Bewers, William, note by, 185.
Blackmore Church, 174.

Epping Forest, addition to, 55 ; see also

Hainault Forest.
Books reviewed :-Side-Saddle Riding,

Essex and the Ecclesiastical History of
64, 3; Sketches of Church Life in the
Diocese of St. Albans, 122, 3 ; Verses,

Bede, by M. W. Manthorp. 218.
125 ; King Monmouth,

127 ; De

Essex and Hertfordshire, Sketches of
Magnete, 190 ; Holman's, Halstead, 191 ;

Church Life in the Counties of, by the
William Gilbert or Colchester, 244 ;

Rev. D. W Barrett, 122.
Catalogue of Books, Maps and Manu-

Essex, Rambling Recollections of By-
scripts relating to or connected with

gone, by H. Laver, 163.
Essex, 245; The Red Book of Colches-

Essex, Catalogue of Books, Maps and
ter, 247

Manuscripts, relating to or connected
Borrow, George, Isopel Berners, by,

with the County of, and collected by
edited by T. Seccombe, 14.

Augustus Cunnington, 245.
Braintree, Cattle Market, 227 ; Corona-

Essex Cavaliers, see Turpin, Richard.
tion robes made at, 107, 162 ; A.

Dialect, by George Courtauld,
Cunnington of, 229.

177
Braybrooke, Lord, death, 170.

Essex Harmony, The, by John Arnold,
Bygone Essex, Rambling Recollections

116, 179.
of, by Henry Laver, 140, 163.

Essex Imperial Yeomanry, 54, 170.
Chelmsford, Great Storm in 1565, 236.

Inns, 117.
Christy. Miss Eva, Side-Saddle Riding

Lady, A great (Countess of War-

wick), 49
Miller, note by, 236.

Villages, Vanishing, 129.
Church Houses, 239.

Farrow, Rev. T., death of, 233.
Clark, Percy, on Dykes of the Thames,
115 ; Vanishing Essex Villages, by, 129.

Fea, Allan, King Monmouth, by, 127.
Coins, found at Colchester, Silver, 210;

Fell Smith, Charlotte, see Smith.
Dunmow Halfpenny, 252.

Finchingfield, Clock, 228.
Colchester, Ancient Silver Hoard Dis-

by, 64.

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Fitch, E. A., Jesuits in Essex, by, 113.
covered at, by W. Gurney Benham, Fobbing, 132, 136.
210 ; New Town Hall (illustrated), 33 ;

Froissart's Modern Chronicles, by F.C. G.
opening, 169 ; Oyster Feast, 1901, 62 ;

186.
The Red Book of Colchester, 247 ; Siege
in 1648 and the Astrologers, 181.

Fry, Elizabeth, portrait, 65.
Colne Valley Railway, article on, 64.

Gestingthorpe, bells recast, 57.
Constable, John, R.d., Flatford Mill, Gibbons, Rev. T. G., John Morley of
175.

Halstead, by, 145, 193 ; Holman's,
Corringham, 133.

Halstead, edited by, 191.
Courtauld, George, on Essex Dialect, Gilbert, William, De Magnete, translation

177.
Cromwell's Lane, by E. Vaughan, 220.

Gilbert, William, of Colchester, by Charles

E. Benha:n, 244.
Crouch, Walter, on Bays, Says and

Perpetuanas, 109; on John Constable Glenny, W. W., The Dykes of the
R.A., 175; on Rolls of Rayleigh, 185;

Thames, by, 1, 87; notes by, 64, 108,
on Disney Museum, 236.

of, 190.

113:

F.

Palmer, George, death of, 231
Patch, Rev. H. M., death of, 233.
Potter, G. W. J., note on John Arnold,

by, 179.
Prittlewell, peal of bells at, 173.

Ramsden Barrington, 184.
Rayleigh, Rolls of the Court Baron of,

185.
Rayne, chancel screen, 171 ; the Capels

of, 222.
Rich, Mary, Countess of Warwick, by
· Charlotte Fell Smith, 49.
Romford, new park at, 55.
Rookwood, Lord, death, 99.

Gould, Carruthers, Froissart's

Modern Chronicles, by, 186.
Gould, I. Chalkley, Turpin in Loughton,

8o.
Hainault Forest, by Sir R. Hunter, 248.
Halstead, Holman's, being Historical

Notes arranged by William Holman,
edited by Rev. T. G. Gibbons, 191 ;
John Morley of, 145, 193; Blue Bridge,

153 ; Guild Hall, 200.
Harley, Robert, ist Earl of Oxford, in

Essex, 118; Edward, 2nd Earl, 156, 193.
Harvey, Bridges, 201, 202.
Hempstead, Turpin's birthplace, 19;

Turpin's Ring, 29.
Henniker, Hon. Mary, death, 226.
Herbert, Rev. T. W., death, 233.
Hickathrift, figure of, at Walpole St.

Peter, 183.
Holman, William, Historical Notes, by,

edited by Rev. T. G. Gibbons, 191.
Hoppit, notes on, 112, 113.
Howard, Elizabeth Fox, Verses, by, 125.
Hunter, Hainault Forest, by Sir R., 248.-
Ilford, new park at, 170.
Jesuits in Essex, 113.
Landon, Frank, note by, 185.
Laver, Dr. Henry, Rambling Recollec-

tions of Bygone Essex, by, 163.
Leaden bas relief, 185.
Leytonstone, Green Man, 142.
Loughton, Dick Turpin at, 80.
Lucas, E. Verrall, An East Anglian

Classic, by, 14.

Saffron Walden, Sun Inn, 183.
St. Edmund's Way, 182, 234.
Seccombe, Thomas, Isopel Berners,

edited by, 14; Richard Turpin, by, 17,

65.
Seven Kings, new church, 173
Simpson, A., note by, 183.
Smith, Charlotte Fell, Mary Rich,

Countess of Warwick, by, 49; notes by,

116, 117.
Southend a hundred years ago, 180.
Sperling, C. F. D., note by, 116.
Stebbing, 59.

Takeley, church restored, 56.
Taylor, Canon Isaac, death of, 103.
Tey, Great, chancel restored, 173.
Thames, The Dykes of the, by W. W.

Glenny, 1, 87; by Percy Clark, 115.
Thompson, Dr. S. P., Gilbert, of

Colchester, reviewed by, 244.
Thorpe-le-Soken, oak screen, 237.
Thundersley, memorial window at, 56.
Tide, High, on Essex coast, 55.
Tilbury, East, 140.
Turpin, Richard, by Thomas Seccombe,

17, 65 ; Turpin at Lou yhton, 80.
Tweed, H. R. B., Other Times, Other

Manners, by, 205.

Unwin, Morley, 203.

Vaughan, Miss E., Cromwell's Lane, by,

220; on Thorpe-le-Soken, 237.
Verses, by Elizabeth Fox Howard, 125.

Manningtree, church restored, 57.
Manthorp, M. W., Essex and the

Ecclesiastical History of Bede, by, 218.
Maplestead, Little, Starch House, 202.
Martin, Captain Mathew, by Ernest N,

Mason, 158.
Mason, Ernest N., Captain Mathew

Martin, by, 148.
Middleton, Sir Hugh, portrait, I.
Monmouth, King, being a History of the

Career of James Scott, by Allen Fea,127.
Morley, John, of Halstead, edited from

materials supplied by the Rev. T. G.
Gibbons, 145, 193 ; Kitchener's descent

from, 157, 203.
Moulsham, Church windows at, 172.
Mucking, 137.
Norman, E. K., death of, 232.
Oakley, Little, church, 173.
Obituaries :- Rev. W. H. Beckett, 59;

Lord Rookwood, 99 ; Canon Isaac
Taylor, 103 ; Lord Braybrooke, 171 ;
E. K. Norman, 232; A. Cunnington,
229 ;

George Palmer, 231 ; Rev.
T. W. Herbert. 233 ; Rev. H. M. Patch,

233 ; Rev. T. Farrow, 233.
Ongar, brass tablet at, 57.
Other Times, Other Manners, by

H. R. B. Tweed, 205.
Oxford, Earls of, see Harley.

Waller, W. C., note by, 112,
Walpole St. Peter, 183.
Walthamstow, Catholic church at, 57.
Warley Camp, 116,
Wanstead, Woodhouse Inn, 142.
Wire, A. P., Leytonstone and Wanstead, a

suggested derivation of the Names of
two neighbouring Taverns, by, 142;
Siege of Colchester and the Astrologers,

by, 181.
Woodford Bridge, reredos at, 59.
Worrin, Hastings, notes by, 182, 183.
Writtle, window at, 173.
Wyvenhoe, Brass altar cros 228,

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