Detail view of four different windows, a doorway and a parapet at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, described as follows by the autor:
- A lofty, narrow window, at the extremity of the north and south transepts.
- A window, with tracery beneath it, and an arch, of the upper story of the south transept. The outer ornaments, and filling up of this window, are rather singular.
- Window, panelling, and an arch of the nave.
- Window of the ailes, finished at the top with an obtuse, triangular moulding.
- Door-way from the north aile to the vestry, which was probably a chantry erected by Sir Thomas Mede.
- The perforated parapet, which runs round the upper wall of the church.