Stuart and Georgian Churches; the Architecture of the Church of England outside London, 1603-1837

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INDEX
Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, 5, 101; 8, 123
Act of Parliament of 1711, 28, 81
Act of Parliament of 1818, 4, 79, 81
Adam, Robert, 46, 47, 48, 57, 71
Adel, Yorks., 102
Aheron, John, 34
Alcester, Worcestershire, 74
Aldrich, Rev. Henry, 22
Allen, James, 56, 75
Altar, position of, 5
American churches, 45
Archer, Thomas, 23, 38, 39, 89
Ariss, John, 45
Arms, Royal, 6
Artari and Bagutti, 97
Aston, Warwickshire, 105
Atkinson, Peter, 90
Atkinson, Thomas, 7, 63, 74
Attercliffe-cum-Darnal, Yorks., 90
Avington, Hants., 63; 77
Aylesford, Earl of, 61
Aynho, Northants., 39; 31
Ayot St. Lawrence, Herts., 59; 102
Babington, Somerset, 45; 55
Babworth, Notts., 105
Badminton, Gloucestershire, 55; 71
Bagutti, (plasterer), 40, 97
Baker, William, 42, 76
Bakewell, Robert, 33, 93
Banbury, Oxon, 53; 61
Baroque, characteristics of, 22
Barr and Bromley, Staffs., 105
Barry, Sir Charles, 85
Barry, Charles, junior, 86
Basevi, George, 88
Bastard, John, 38
Bastard, Thomas, 38, 39
Bateman, John, Viscount, 69
Bates, (woodcarver), 94
Bathwick, 91
Battle of the Styles, 57
Beckford, William, 62
Bell, Henry, 21
Ballucci, Antonio, 40, 99
Bentley, Richard, 69
Berenson, Bernhard, 1
Berkley, Somerset, 45, 71; 54
Biddlesden, Bucks., 33, 40
Bilston, Staffs., St. Leonard, 112
Binley, Warwickshire, 48, 103; 64
Birmingham:
Holy Trinity, Bordesley, 84: 115, 116
St. Bartholomew, 43
Birmingham:
St. George, 92
St. Martin, 74
St. Mary, 50
St. Paul, 55, 104
St. Peter, Dale End, 91
St. Philip, 4, 23; 21, 48
St. Thomas, Edgbaston, 91
Bishop Auckland, Durham, palace chapel, 122
Bishopthorpe, Yorks., 74
Blackstone, B., 12
Bland (of Truro), 7, 43
Blandford, Dorset, 38; 46
Blomfield, Sir Arthur, 54
Blomfield, Sir Reginald, 24, 27
Blondel, J. F., 61
Bodley, G. F., 33
Bolton, Arthur, 61, 71
Bonomi, Joseph, 61
Borgnis, Josephi, 99
Boulton, Matthew, 103
Bradford, Christ Church, 90
Brandsby-cum-Stearsby, Yorks., 63; 68
Bridgeman, Sir John, 36
Bridges, James, 75
Bridgnorth, Salop, 57
Briefs, 4
Briggs, M. S., 10
Brighton :
Holy Trinity, 105
St. Andrew, Hove, 86; 106
St. Peter, 85; 110
Bristol :
Christ Church, 55
Redlands Green, 44; 39, 53
St. George, Brandon Hill, 87; 101
St. Mary Redcliffe, 96
St. Michael, 55, 75
St. Nicholas, 75, 96, 97; 131
St. Paul, 75; 97, 98, 141
St. Peter, 95
St. Thomas, 56
Temple Church, 96; 130
Bromfield, Joseph, 77
Bromfield, Salop, 98; 147
Brooker, Joshua, 76
Brooks, William, 81
Brown, John, 91
Brown, Joseph, 45
Brown, Lancelot ("Capability"), 59, 71
Buckingham, 76, 105
Buntingford, Hertsto., 10
Burgess, William, 105
Burghclere, Hants., 5

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgment vii
  • Contents viii
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II - Late Stuart (1660-1714) 14
  • Chapter III - Early Georgian (1714.-1760) 28
  • Chapter IV - Later Georgian (1760-1811) 46
  • Chapter V - The Gothic Revival 65
  • Chapter VI - The Regency and After 79
  • Chapter VII - Craftsmen and Artists 94
  • List of Stuart and Georgian Churches Arranged Under Counties 107
  • Index 113
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