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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Clarendon Building

    bear explanatory notes in Hawksmoor 's characteristic calligraphy. The Doric elevation actually adopted (with some slight modifications) is, moreover, endorsed in Dr. Clarke 's hand as a 'Designe for the Printing house at Oxford by Mr. Hawksmoor '. 9 As

    The Radcliffe Camera

    may be added that 14 'Designs of Printing and Town Houses of Oxford by Mr. Hawksmoor ' were among the drawings offered for sale after Hawksmoor 's death (B.M., S.C. 426). the site, and an additional complication arose from the

    All Souls College ALL SOULS COLLEGE ALL SOULS, Medieval Staircase Plan

    be noted, Hawksmoor protested vigorously. It further appears from Hawksmoor 's letter that the college had decided to build in Gothic, to harmonize with the chapel and the hall which was to be built to answer it. Hawksmoor , it

    Blenheim Blenheim Palace Blenheim Palace BLENHEIM PALACE c . 1860

    plan, and relied on Hawksmoor for the finishing of several principal rooms: the three unfinished state rooms were ceiled in 1724 , 98 and the great gallery and chapel prepared for plastering in that year. 99 Hawksmoor supervised Man sfield

    Local government and public services Municipal buildings

    , 461, 495; Cal. Treas. Bks . 1693-6 , 1350; Lavaux, Plan of Chester . Unlikely to have been Nicholas Hawksmoor , whose sketch for the embellishment of the 'townhouse' at Chester seems to date from after 1701: Wilton House

  • * British History Online *

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    List of churches built

    NEW CHURCHES Christ Church Spitalfields N. Hawksmoor 1714-29 St Alphege Greenwich N. Hawksmoor 1712-18 St Anne Limehouse N. Hawksmoor 1714-30 St George Bloomsbury N. Hawksmoor 1716-31 St George in the East (Upper Wapping) N. Hawksmoor 1714-29 St George Hanover Square

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1712

    that Hawksmoor finish model for East Greenwich new church in all its parts, in order to have an exact plan drawn therefrom to be annexed to agreements with the several artificers. Hawksmoor to finish model with all expedition. 8. Hawksmoor

    Minutes of the building committee, 1712-16 (Lambeth MS 2693)

    1. Considered two plans for East Greenwich church, submitted by Hawksmoor and by James. 2. Hawksmoor was called in and ordered to correct his plan, pursuant to verbal directions. 3. Hawksmoor to give an account at next meeting of dimensions

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1713

    petition; Hawksmoor to attend them. 6. Hawksmoor to survey and report what is due to Hues and Tufnell for walling church yard of St George the Martyr, computed at prices allowed Lucas for building Deptford church yard wall. 7. Hawksmoor

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1720

    distribution may be made. 6. Hawksmoor read memorial by himself and James with account of works necessary for security of churches in hand; referred to next meeting. 7. On application of St Mary Woolnoth parish, Hawksmoor to endeavour to remove

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENSON, William (1682-1754), of Wilbury House, Wilts.

    come into possession of the auditorship, appointing his brother, a merchant in Holland, clerk of the works in place of Hawksmoor, and the architect, Colin Campbell, described as his agent, chief clerk in place of Wren’s son. Soon after assuming

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. N=ERt 782. e A NEWT TAR'ES EVE IN THE FAST. t d. Jo0: i Symons, Hull, writes:- I am reminded that at this period last year I gave 'an aeaouut of some ancient customs and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fur half a century, and latterly it had i been known as '1N'ottinghabm House ' Wiliram IIL. .eumioyed "(ron and Hawksmoor to build the King's I Gatiery and the South front. I he Finches were Ba grave, atranihous, and melancholy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Felowv- ship by John Michel, to whun also was due the building of the large quadrangle, the architeot being Nicholns Hawksmoor, though tse south front, comprising the Hall and Chapel, was sulpposed to bo designed by Wren. He also alluded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORD ARCHITECTURAL AND. HISTORrCAL SOCI''rY. "Y"IT VISIT-TO ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. ,R. -- The memnbers collected in the Irsill ott their visit to All ott's- Souls this Term, and were most erdially welcomued by Professor flutatows. Asi a member Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been hung in the place of the dispersed collection of pictures. Leaving the ponderous palace, designed by Vaubrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor, the party turned with relief to the very beautiful gardens, where consum- mate art has enhanced the beauty of Subscribers-only content

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