Pugin, Augustus Charles; Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore; Willson, Edward J.; Walker, Thomas Larkins; Pugin, Augustus Charles [Editor]; Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore [Editor]; Walker, Thomas Larkins [Editor]
Examples Of Gothic Architecture: Selected From Various Antient Edifices In England: Consisting Of Plans, Elevations, Sections, And Parts At Large ; ... Accompanied By Historical and Descriptive Accounts ... (Band 3) — London, 1840

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INDEX.

Beckington, Thomas de, connected the Vicars’
Close to the cathedral, by building the Close-
Hall Gate, or Chain-Gate, 5, 6.

-, his arms and rebus, 6, 8, 9, 17, 18,

20, 21, 22; pl. No. 12, No. 13, No. 20,

No. 24, No. 26.

-, his executors, 7, 7,1 10, 10.1

-, his Nova Opera, 5.

----, notice of his life, 5.*

-, supposed to have acquired his

knowledge of architecture from William of
Wickham, 20.

Beer-cellar, under the hall of the Vicars’ Close,
Wells, 18; pl. No. 13.

Bell-turret of the chapel, Vicars’ Close, Wells,
17; pl. No. 12.

-church at Great Chalfield,

Wilts, 46 ; pl. No. 50.

Bell-turrets, peculiar but picturesque ones, at
Biddeston, Wilts, 67, 68 ;

-, similar ones at Corston and Leigh-

de-la-mere, Wilts, 68.

-of the church of St. Peter at Bid-

deston, Wilts, 67, 68, 71 ; pl. No. 72,
No. 73.

Biddeston, Wilts, church of St. Nicholas, notice
of, 67.

-, sketch of the bell-turret, 67.

-, church of St. Peter, historical

account of, 67—70.

—:---descrip-

tion of five Plates, illustrative of, 71, viz.

I. -south elevation and ground-plan, 71 ;

pl. No. 72.

II.-bell-turret, 71 ; pl. No. 73.

III. -porch, 71 ; pl. No. 74.

IV. -details, 71 ; pl. No. 75.

V.-windows and details, 71; pl. No. 76.

Bocat; William, executor to Hugh Sugar, alias
Norris, LL.D., built the chantry chapel now
existing in Wells Cathedral, 7.f

Bosses, executed in plaster, Great Chalfield
manor-house, 45 ; pl. No. 46.

Boxwell, Gloucestershire, notice of a bell-turret
at, 68.

Brackets, oak, supporting the roof of the hall
at South Wraxhall, Wilts, 65; pl. No. 69.

Buttresses, peculiar angle-buttresses at South
Wraxhall manor-house, Wilts, 63; pl. No. 60.

C

Ceiling of the banqueting-hall, Great Chalfield,
Wilts, plan of, 40 ; pl. No. 29.

•---- chantry chapel at Great Chal-

field, Wilts, 46 ; pl. No. 48.

-- drawing-room at South Wrax-

hall, Wilts, 66; pl. No. 71.

Chain-gate at Wells, built by Bishop Beckington,
5, 6, 11, 13, 18, 19.

-, transverse section of, 19;

pl. No. 15.

-} east elevation of, 20 ; pl.

No. 18—19.

Chalfield, Great, or East, Wilts, historical ac-
count of the manor-house and church at,
23—37.

-, description of two

Plates, illustrative of, 38, 39, viz.

I.-perspective view, 38 ; pl.

No. 27.

II. -general ground-plan, 38,

pl. No. 28.

-, the manor-house, de-

scription of twenty Plates illustrative of
39—45, viz.

III. --ground andfirst-floor plans,

39, 40; pl. No. 29.

IV. -north front and figures

terminating the gables,
41; pl. No. 30.

V.-longitudinal section and

details of roofs, 41 ; pl.
No. 31.

VI.-two transverse sections,

figures terminating north
gables &c. 42 ; pl. No.
32.

VII., VIII., IX.-semicircular oriel window,

42; pl. No. 33, No. 34,
No 35.
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