19. Longford House. — Lord Colraine. (Engraved by Thacker. Quære, my Lord Colraine, if he hath the plate or a copie.)
20. The Duke of Beauford’s house at Amesbury. — His Grace.
21. Tocknam Parke House. — E. of Alesbury.
22. Funthill House. — Mr. Cottington.
23. Charlton House. — Earle of Barkshire.
24. Lavington House and Garden. — Earle of Abingdon.
25. Mr. Hall’s house at Bradford. — J. Hall, Esq.
26. Lidyard-Tregoze House and Scite. — Sir Walter St. John.
27. Sir John Wyld’s House at Compton Basset. — Sir Jo. Wyld.
28. Ramesbury House. — Sir Wm. Jones, Attorney-General.
Housesof lesser note.
29. Edington House. — .... Lewis, Esq.
30. Sir Jo. Evelyn’s House at Deane. — Earle of Kingston.
31. Dracot-Cerne House. — Sir James Long, Baronet.
32. Cosham House. — .... Kent, Esq.
33. Lakham House. — .... Montague, Esq.
34. Cadnam House. — Sir George Hungerford.
The Mannour House of Kington St. Michael. — .... Laford.
The Mannour House at .....- Sir Henry Coker.
Gretenham House. — George Ayliff, Esq.
1. From Newnton (Mr. Poole’s garden-house) is an admirable prospect. It takes in Malmesbury, &c. and terminates with the blew hills of Salisbury plaines. ’Tis the best in Wiltshire.- Madam Estcourt, or Earle of Kent.
2. From Colern Tower, or Marsfield downe, eastwards; which takes in Bradstock Priory, several steeples and parkes, and extends to Salisbury plaine. — D. of Beauford, or Marq. of Worcester.
3. From the garret at Easton Piers, a delicate prospect. — J. Aubrey.
4. From Bradstock Priory, over the rich green tuff-taffety vale to Cyrencester, Malmesbury, Marsfield, Colern, Mendip-hills; and Coteswold bounds the north horizon. — Earle of Abingdon.
5. From Bowdon Lodge, a noble prospect of the north part of Wilts. — Hen. Baynton, Esq.
6. From Spy Park, westward. — Hen. Baynton, Esq.
7. From Westbury Hill to the vale below, northward. — Lord Norris.
8. From the south downe of the farme of Broad Chalke one sees over Vernditch, Merton, and the New Forest, to the sea; and all the Isle of Wight, and to Portland. — J. Aubrey. (Memorandum. A quarter of a mile or lesse from hence is Knighton Ashes, which is a sea marke, which came into this prospect. The Needles, at the west end of the Isle of Wight, beare from it south and by east; but try its bearings exactly.)
9. From Knoll Hill, a vast prospect every way. — The Lord Weymouth.
10. From Cricklade Tower, a lovely vernall prospect. — Sir George Hungerford, or Sir Stephen Fox. (This prospect is over the rich green country to Marston-Mazy, Down-Ampney, Cyrencester, Minchinghampton, and Coteswold.)