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Britton, John
The architectural antiquities of Great Britain: represented and illustrated in a series of views, elevations, plans, sections, and details, of ancient English edifices ; with historical and descriptive accounts of each (Band 5) — 1835

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LIST OF ECCLESIASTICAL EDIFICES IN GREAT BRITAIN.

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—Brayley's Acc. of this chapel at the end of his
Hist, of Westm. Abbey, vol. i. p. 9,10.
1508:—West Front of Chester Cath:—Altered or re-
built under Abbot Birchenshaw.—Storer's Cath.
(f).—Lysons's Mag. Brit. vol. ii. p. 441.

Tower and body of the Ch. of Lavenham, Suffolk, erected
in this reign ; but the other parts supposed to
be of the age of Edward III—Neale's Views uf
Churches.

HENRY VIII.—(21 apr

1510:—Entrance Tower of Brazen-nose College, Ox-
ford:— Begun at this period—Pugin's Spec, of
Goth. Arch. vol. ii. p. 17.

1511:—Chap, of St. John's Coll. Cambridge.—Dyer's
Hist, of Cambridge Univ. vol. ii. p. 232.

1519 (before):—Ch. of Newbury, Berkshire.—Lysons's
Mag. Brit. vol. i. p. 320.

1521:—Chapel of Baliol Coll. Oxford:—Begun at this
time, and finished before 1529.—Chalmers's Hist,
of Oxford Univ. vol. i. p. 5C.

1530:—Chap, of St. John's College, Oxford.—Chal-
mers's Hist, of Oxford Univ. vol. ii. p. 383.

1543:—Ch. of Over, Cheshire:—Rebuilt at this period.
—Lysons's Mag. Brit. vol. ii. p. 719.

IL 1509 to 28 JAN. 1547.)

1547 :— Ch. of Plympton, St. Maurice, Devonshire:—
Founded as a chantry chapel, by John Brackley,
Esq.— Lysons's Mag. Brit. vol. vi. p. 410.

Ch. at Truro, Cornwall:—A "handsome Gothic struc-
ture,'' built in this reign.—Lysons's Mag. Brit,
vol. iii. p. 312.

Cft. at Sefton, Lancashire:—Erected at the expense of
the Rector of the parish, A. Molineux.—Brid-
gens's Antiq. of Sefton.

South Porch of Cirencester Ch. Gloucestershire:—Built
early in this reign.—Neale's Views of Churches.

Ch. of Thaxted, Essex, appears to have been built at dif-
ferent times, between the reigns of Edward III.
and Henry VIII —Neale's Views of Churches.
 
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