The Architecture of John Nash

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Index of Buildings Illustrated
Aberystwyth, bridge [136]
Albany Street, Ophthalmic Hospital [135]
All Souls', Langham Place [128-131]
Aqualate Hall [43]
Attingham [37, 38]
Blaise [106-119, 126]
Bridge Lodge, Moccas [123]
Brighton, Royal Pavilion [1, 2]
Buckingham Palace [189-193]
Caerhayes Castle [63-65, 124]
Carlton House [188]
Carlton House Terrace [187]
Casina, Dulwich [57]
Chester Terrace [164, 165]
Childwall Hall [58]
Clarence House [184]
Cornwall Terrace [160-163]
County Fire Office [176, 177]
Cronkhill [15-17 and Plan 4]
Cumberland Terrace [141, 153-155]
Daw's Lodge, Moccas [122]
Dolaucothi [69, 70]
Doric Villa, York Terrace [156]
Dover Street, 29 [180] and Plan 14]
East Cowes Castle [39-42 and Plan 6]
Ffynone [49-54 and Plan 9]
Garnstone [27, 28]
Gloucester Gate [145]
Gracefield [98-102]
Guildhall, Newport, Isle of Wight [127]
Hanover Terrace [166, 167]
Hereford Gaol [137]
Isle of Wight Institution, Newport [138]
Kentchurch Court [45]
Killy Moon Castle [25, 26 and Plan 5]
Kilwaughter Castle [44 and Plan 7]
King's Cottage, Windsor [55]
Knepp Castle [72-74 and Plan 11]
Liphook, villa [91, 92]
Lissan Rectory [105 and Plan 13]
Llysnewydd [66-68 and Plan 10]
Longner Hall [85-89]
Lough Cutra Castle [81-84, 125]
Luscombe Castle [59-62]
Marble Arch [190, 194]
Marine Villa, Cowes [104]
Park Crescent [143, 144]
Park Square East [147, 148]
Park Village East [94, 95, 97]
Park Village West [90, 93, 96]
Point Pleasant, Kingston-on-Thames [103]
Ravensworth Castle [11-14]
Regent Street [169-179]
Rockingham [46, 47]
St David's Cathedral [133, 134]
St James's Park, bridge and pagoda [140]
St Mary's, Haggerston [132]
Sandridge Park [75-80 and Plan 12]
Shanbally Castle [18-24]
Sion House, Tenby [71]
Someries House [168]
Southborough Place [3-7 and Plan 3]
Southgate Grove [29-36]
Suffolk Place [182]
Suffolk Street [181]
Sussex Place [149-152]
Theatre Royal, Haymarket [139]
Ulster Terrace [146]
United Service Club [185, 186]
West Grinstead Park [8-10]
Whitson Court [48, 121 and Plan 8]
Witley Court [56]
York Gate [158, 159]
York Terrace [157]

Complete lists of known works are to be found in A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects by H. M. Colvin and John Nash: architect to King George IV by Sir John Summerson .

The lists contain information on works not illustrated in this book, such as designs for numerous lodges, gates, stabling and other improvements for country estates; projects that were not executed or are unidentified; undated works and buildings that have been demolished.

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