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THE EARL OF LINCOLN,
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM, AND PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF
HER MAJESTY'S WOODS AND FORESTS,
SPECIALLY DEVOTED TO
ARCHITECTURE AND THE ARTS IN CONNEXION,
AS A TESTIMONY OF RESPECT FOR HIS PROMOTION OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT,
BY HIS LORDSHIP'S VERY HUMBLE SERVANT,
Jan. 1st, 1844.
CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
reference to Architectural Study and Design. Architect.
GEORGE Wightwick, Architect.
GEORGE WightWICK, Architect.
tectural Styles. By W. H. LEEDS, Architect.
Memoir on the Hall of the Middle Temple. By
in Belgium. By Mons. A. G. B. SCHAYES, Review of the Publications of the Oxford Archi-
and translated by Henry Austin, Architect. tectural Society.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Leicestershire. By T. L. WALKER, Architect. Carter, Architect.
Penton Meusey Church, Hants. By O. B.
John WHICHCORD, junior, Architect.
On the Polychromatic Decoration of the Mid-
dle Ages. By John WHICHCORD, jun.,
Wight. By R. J. WITHERS, Architect.
Rome. By ROBERT W. MYLNE, Architect.
CONTENTS OF VOL. III.
An Ancient Crucifix.
ture of the County of Essex. By the Rev. A.
William INMAN, Architect.
the New Houses of Parliament. By C. H.
By HENRY CLUTTON, Architect.
Marie's Abbey, Beaulieu.
CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.
Winchester Cathedral. By 0. B. CARTER,
Essay on the Art of Painting on Glass. By
York. By Messrs. Bell and Gould, Archi- W. Papworth, Architect.
Ornamented and Illuminated Letters and Minia-
West Wickham Church, Kent. By Mr. John Monograms, Old Architectural Ornament, &c.