A History of Architecture in London: Arranged to Illustrate the Course of Architecture in England until 1800

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GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE IN LONDON.
Late Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century (Perpendicular), 1377-1500.
Richard II., 1377-1399 Edward IV., 1461-1483.
Henry IV., 1399-1413. Edward V., 1483.
Henry V., 1413-1422. Richard III., 1483-1485.
Henry VI., 1422-1461. Henry VII., 1485-1509.
Principal Buildings-
Westminster Abbey - Nave (West), Cloister (South
and West), Screens to Chapels, Tombs, &c. about 1375-1420
Southwark Cathedral--Central Tower, Reredos, and Tombs.
St Helen's, Bishopsgate--Greater part of Main Arcade c. 1475
Chapel of the Savoy.
Parish Churches--
St Margaret's, Westminster.St Dunstan, Stepney.
St Olave's, Hart Street.St. Margaret, Barking.
St Bartholomew's--Rahere's Tomb.
Domestic Buildings, &c.--
Westminster Abbey--Deanery, Dormitory, &c. 1362-1386
Westminster Hall--Roof and N. Towerscompleted 1398
The Guidhall--Cryptbegun 1411
Royal Palace, Eltham, Hall, Bridge, &c. 1480
Archiepiscopal Palace, Croydon, Hall, &c. 1443-1452
Merchant Taylors' Hall and Kitchen.
Barnard's Inn Hall.

THE third period of Gothic architecture is very much the longest in point of time. A distinct change came

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