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Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine

Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine

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Beaumont-le-Roger [G. 1892] 179 Jublains [S.R. 1876] 189 The Churches of Chartres and Le Mans [S.R. 1868] 200 Le Mans [S.R. 1876] 211 Maine [S.R. 1876] 224

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


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1. St. Stephen, Caen, E. Frontispiece    
2. Falaise Castle 12
3. St. Gervase, Falaise, S.W. 16
4. Coutances Cathedral, Central Tower 24
5. Interior of Coutances Cathedral 28
6. Capitals in Bayeux Cathedral 29
7. Abbey of Fécamp, N.E. 43
8. Limay Church, Tower, S.E. 53
9. Domfront Castle 56
10. Eu Church, S.E. 57
11. Valognes Church, N.E. 69
12. Abbey of Lessay, S.W. 72
13. Notre-Dame, Saint-Lo, S.E. 83
14. St. Nicolas, Coutances, Interior 88
15. Le Mans Cathedral, N.W. 205
16. Interior of Le Mans Cathedral 208
17. St. Martin-in-the-Vale, Chartres 210
18. Apse of La Couture, Le Mans 210
19. Notre-Dame-du-Pré, Le Mans, N.E. 221
20. Sainte-Susanne, Keep 235

SKETCHES OF TRAVEL IN
NORMANDY AND MAINE

NORMANDY

1861

Before foreign travelling had become either quite so easy or quite so fashionable as it is now, the part of France most commonly explored by English tourists was Normandy. Antiquarian inquirers, in particular, hardly went anywhere else, and we suspect that with many of them a tour in France, as Mr. Petit says, still means merely a tour in Normandy.[6] The

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