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" What wondrous monumente! What pyle ys thys?
That bynds in wonders chayne entendemente!
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, PATER-
AUTHOR, TAVISTOCK PLACE.
UPHAM, AND MEYLER AND SON, AT BATH,
CHARLES JOSEPH HARFORD,
I have much pleasure in dedicating this volume to you, because you have manifested, on many occasions, a laudable and zealous attachment to archæological literature, and to the antiquities of city in particular. Among the public edifices of Bristol, there is no one more celebrated, than ReDCLIFFE CHURCH. Chatterton has enrolled its name in the annals of poetry and of critical literature; and the beauties and peculiarities of its architecture have long attracted the admiration of the antiquary, and artist, and indeed of every person of taste and science. As a whole