A survey of the plate of Leeds Parish Church and its ancient chapelries; by J. Sprittles.



Contents

 

Page
Preface ix
Part I. Leeds Parish Church 1
Inventory 4
Part II. The Chapelries 17
i. Headingley 17
ii. Chapel Allerton 20
iii. St. John the Evangelist, Briggate 22
iv. Beeston 26
v Hunslet 28
vi. Armley 31
vii. Holbeck 33
viii. Bramley 36
ix. Farnley 39
x. Holy Trinity, Boar Lane 44
Part III General notes on the plate 47
Index 65

 

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

I. Flagon, 1676, Leeds Parish Church

II. Flagons, Leeds Parish Church

III. Cups and alms dish, Leeds Parish Church

IV. Cup, flagon and paten, St. Michael's Headingley. Photograph by H. G.Grainger

V. Cup, flagon and paten, St. Matthew's, Chapel Allerton

VI. Cups and patens, St. John the Evangelist. Photograph by George Denham

VII. Cup and paten. Holme Chapel. Photograph by Canon H. E. Edwards, M.A.

VIII. Plate, Beeston Parish Church

IX. Plate, Farnley Parish Church

X. Communion cup, c. 1690, Farnley

XL Plate, Holy Trinity, Leeds. Photo, by George Denham

XII. Jewelled chalice and paten. Holy Trinity, Leeds. Photograph by J. Sprittles

XIII. Verges of Leeds Parish Church and St. Michael's, Headingley. Photo, by H. G. Grainger

XIV. Chalice, c. 1450, Goathland. Photo. by T. Watson, Esq., Lythe, Whitby