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Sketches of bygone Exeter (1909)

Red Cow Gate (c.1912)

Elmfield Gate (c.1912)

Heavitree Gate (c.1912)

Okehampton Gate (c.1912)

Mount Radford Gate (c.1912)

Withybridge Gate (c.1912)

Stoke Hill Gate (c.1912)

Dunsford Gate (c.1912)

Mary-pole-head Gate (c.1912)

Exmouth: Rodney Steps [and] Langstone Cliffs. ([1853?])

Old view of Exmouth, from Louisa Terrace: reproduced from a print in the Exeter City Library ([1960?])

[Site of the Water Gate, Quay Hill, Exeter] ([1860?])

Plymouth - from Greenbank ([1865?])

Torquay. Meadfoot ([1870?])

St. George's Church ([1908])

Exeter & South Devon Volunteer Rifle Corps: first inspection in the Castle Yard, Exeter, October 6th, 1852 (1852)

South Gate, Exeter and entrance to Holy Trinity Church ([1887])

H. Besley

Old Goldsmith Street ([1887])

H. Besley

Boscawen Street, Truro (1854)

Boscawen Street, Truro (1854)

Launceston ([1855?])

Bodmin ([1855?])

Falmouth - from Pendennis ([1865?])

Falmouth - from Pendennis ([1853?])

Falmouth - from Pendennis (1853)

[Country scene]: Light from left hand. Sept.1880 (1880)

[Church tower] Apl. 3/65 (1865)

[South Devon Railway] ([1860?])

Open court, or Court of Pie-powder (1860)

S. Devon Railway ([1860?])

Pillions and Pillion travelling ([1850?])

Tower - St. Mary Major - 1865 (1865)

Path fields to St. David's Church ([c1870?])

St. Georges Church South St. ([1843?])

White Hart Yard - South Street (From Coombe St.) ([1870?])

Old Chapel, Musgraves Alley - 1876 (1876)

St. Mary Major - 1864 (1864)

Pillions and pillion travelling ([1850?])

White Hart Yard - South St.From Coombe St. (1882)

From Turf July 25/70 (1870)

[City of Exeter Lifeboat] ([1866?])

Reputed ghost house, Sampford Peverell ([1860?])

St. John's Hospital ([1852?])

Ferry House taken down.: Exeter Quay Oct. 1880 (1880)

Engine House / Engine Bridge. Sept. 1880 (1880)

The late noted Tommy Osborne, second-hand bookseller - and M.P. for the antient & loyal borough of Ide, in 1812: 'My claims to your patronage, ladies & gentlemen, I trust are indisputable - having ... ([1848?])

The mint. 1864 (1886)

Knowle, Sidmouth. ([1870?])

Knowle, Sidmouth. ([1870?])