a name well known as a scholar of Inigo Jones, and yet I cannot find any particulars of his life. 1 He built the seat of Lord Mountford, at Horseheath, in Cambridgeshire, and added the portico to the Vine in Hampshire, for Chaloner Chute, Speaker to Richard Cromwell's Parliament, and now belonging to his descendant, John Chute, Esq. Ambresbury, in Wiltshire, was executed by him from the designs of his master. Mr. Talman had a quarto volume, containing drawings in Indian ink of capitals and other ornaments in architecture, which Webb had executed in several houses. The frontispiece (containing architecture and figures) to Walton's Polyglot Bible, was designed by Webb, and etched by Hollar. Vertue says, that Mr. Mills, one of the four surveyors appointed after the fire of London, built the large houses in Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields; but this must be a mistake, as we have seen in the preceding volume, that Gerbier, a contemporary and rival, ascribed them to Webb. Gerbier's own scholar was
who was born at Bergen-op-Zoom. His performances were, the house at Cliefden, 2 the Duke of Newcastle's, in Lincoln's-inn-fields, Coomb-abbey, for Lord Craven, and he finished Hempstead Marshal 3 for the same peer, which had been begun by his master, and in the plans of which he made several alterations. In his son's sale of drawings and prints in 1741, were several of the father's designs for____________________
He was himself the nephew, and married the only daughter of Inigo Jones. He erected the east side of the court of Greenwich Hospital from a design of that architect. Lysons.—D.