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ARCHITECTURE.

VOLUME I.

FORTY-ONE ENGRAVINGS, MANY OF WHICH ARE COLOURED.

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TO

THE EARL OF LINCOLN,

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM, AND PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF

HER MAJESTY'S WOODS AND FORESTS,

THIS WORK,

SPECIALLY DEVOTED TO

ARCHITECTURE AND THE ARTS IN CONNEXION,

IS INSCRIBED,

AS A TESTIMONY OF RESPECT FOR HIS PROMOTION OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT,

BY HIS LORDSHIP'S VERY HUMBLE SERVANT,

JOHN WEALE.

Jan. 1st, 1844.

CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
Essay on those Powers of Mind which have tecture in England. By GEORGE WightWICK,

reference to Architectural Study and Design. Architect.
By George Moore, F.R.S., F.S.A., F.I.B.A., Ancient English Gothic Architecture.

By
&c., &c., &c.

GEORGE Wightwick, Architect.
Life of the late William V. Morrison, of Dublin, Modern English Gothic Architecture. By
Architect.

GEORGE WightWICK, Architect.
Architecture in and about St. Omer. By the Outlines and Characteristics of different Archi-
Rev. A. SUCKLING, LL.B.

tectural Styles. By W. H. LEEDS, Architect.
Primitive Churches of Norway.

Memoir on the Hall of the Middle Temple. By
A Treatise on the Pointed Style of Architecture EDWARD SMIRKE, Esq., F.S.A., &c.

in Belgium. By Mons. A. G. B. SCHAYES, Review of the Publications of the Oxford Archi-

and translated by Henry Austin, Architect. tectural Society.
On the Present Condition and Prospects of Archi-

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
The Temple Church. By SYDNEY SMIRKE, The Church of St. James at Liége. By the
Architect, F.S.A., F.G.S.

EDITOR.
The Church of St. Margaret, Stoke-Golding, The Abbey Beaulieu, in Hants. By 0. B.

Leicestershire. By T. L. WALKER, Architect. Carter, Architect.

Penton Meusey Church, Hants. By O. B.

CARTER, Architect.
Headbourn Worthy Church. By O. B. CARTER,

Architect.
Bishopstone Church, Wilts. By 0. B. CARTER,

Architect.
Collegiate Church of All Saints, Maidstone. By

John WHICHCORD, junior, Architect.

On the Polychromatic Decoration of the Mid-

dle Ages. By John WHICHCORD, jun.,

Architect.
Church of the Holy Cross, Binstead, Isle of

Wight. By R. J. WITHERS, Architect.
Ancient Basilicæ, Church of San Clemente, at

Rome. By ROBERT W. MYLNE, Architect.

CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

An Ancient Crucifix.
On Desecration.
The Suckling Papers.
Churches, Genealogy, Heraldry, and Architec-

ture of the County of Essex. By the Rev. A.

SUCKLING, LL.B.
On Symbolic Colours, in three sections. By

William INMAN, Architect.
On Stone used for Building, particularly that for

the New Houses of Parliament. By C. H.

Smith, Sculptor.
Examples of Ecclesiastical Perpendicular Roofs.

By HENRY CLUTTON, Architect.
Encaustic Tiles, examples remaining in St.

Marie's Abbey, Beaulieu.
The Rood Loft of Compton Bassett Church,

Wilts.

CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.
Mary Queen of England and her Consort, King Account of the Painted or Stained Glass from
Philip II. of Spain.

Winchester Cathedral. By 0. B. CARTER,
Account of the Painted Glass Windows of the Architect.
Church at Gouda in Holland.

Essay on the Art of Painting on Glass. By
Art of Painting on Glass. By Dr. M. A. Ges- E. O. FROMBERG. Translated by Mr. H. J.
SERT, translated by WM. POLE.

CLARKE.
Selections of Painted and Stained Glass from On Artistic Ecclesiastical Decoration. By John

York. By Messrs. Bell and Gould, Archi- W. Papworth, Architect.
tects, York.

Ornamented and Illuminated Letters and Minia-
Account of the Painted or Stained Glass from tures of the Fourteenth century.

West Wickham Church, Kent. By Mr. John Monograms, Old Architectural Ornament, &c.
G. WALLER.

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