LIST OF FIGURES
1. PLAN OF SUTTON PLACE . From Garner and Stratton, Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor Period ( B. T. Batsford Ltd.) 16
2. BLOCK-PLAN OF LONGLEAT . 17
3. PLAN OF BARRINGTON COURT . From Garner and Stratton, Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor Period ( B. T. Batsford Ltd.) 19
4. HOLLAND HOUSE, KENSINGTON, PLAN OF FIRST FLOOR . Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. By permission of H.M. Stationery Office20
5. HATFIELD HOUSE, PLAN OF FIRST FLOOR . Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. By permission of H.M. Stationery Office12
6. PLAN OF CASTLE ASHBY . After Vitruvius Britannicus22
7. PLAN OF DODDINGTON . From J. A. Gotch, Early Renaissance Architecture in England ( B. T. Batsford Ltd.) 23
8. PLAN OF CHARLTON HOUSE, KENT . Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. By permission of H.M. Stationery Office24
9. CHARLTON HOUSE, KENT, PLAN OF SECOND FLOOR . Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. By permission of H.M. Stationery Office24
10. PLAN OF WHITEHALL, SHREWSBURY . From H. A. Tipping, English Homes (Country Life)27
11. PLAN OF WHARTON COURT . Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. By permission of H.M. Stationery Office28
12. WINDOW AT LACOCK . By permission of the Royal Archaeological Institute64
13. WINDOW AT BROUGHTON CASTLE . From J. A. Gotch, Architecture of the Renaissance in England ( B. T. Batsford Ltd.) 66
14. MORETON CORBET . From a drawing in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries of London. By permission of the Society68
15. RALPH SYMONS: 'UPRIGHT' FOR SECOND COURT, ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. From Willis and Clarke, Architectural History of the University of Cambridge. By permission of the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press
A. DIAGRAM OF PANELLING AT KNOLE 106
B. DIAGRAM OF PANELLING AT CHASTLETON
C. DIAGRAM OF PANELLING AT TISSINGTON

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