(p. 168); 10. Worcester (p. 178); 11. Worcester Cathedral
(p. 179); 12. Oxford (p. 221); 13. Kenilworth Castle (p. 244);
14. Birmingham (p .254); 15. Liverpool (p. 331); 16. Manchester
(p. 341); 17. Lichfield Cathedral (p. 355); 18. York Minster
(p. 416); 19. Durham Cathedral (p. 417); 20. Lincoln Cathe¬
dral (p. 435); 21. Cambridge (p. 446); 22. Ely Cathedral
(p. 447); 23. Edinburgh (p. 469); 24. Glasgow (p. 481).
Panorama from Snowdon, p. 327.
R. = Room; A. = Attendance; B. = Breakfast; D. = Din¬
ner; L. = Luncheon. — N. = North, Northern, etc.; S. =
South, etc.; E. = East, etc.; W. = West, etc. — M. = Engl.
mile; ft. = Engl, foot; min. = minute; hr. = hour. — L.N.W.R.
= London & North Western Railway; G.W.R. = Great Western
Railway; N.B.R. = North British Railway, and so on. -— E.E.
= Early English (architecture); Dec. = Decorated; Perp. =
The letter ol with a date, after the name of a person, indicates
the year of his death. The number of feet given after the name of
a place shows its height above the sea-level. The number of miles
placed before the principal places on railway-routes indicates their
distance from the starting-point of the route.
Asterisks are used as marks of commendation.