LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
Frontispiece—Sandford Manor from the South-east,
from a water-colour drawing by - Philip Norman,
Plate No. 1—Sandford Manor, from "Fulham Old
and New," by Thomas Faulkner,
published in 1813.
Sandford Manor from the West, from
a water-colour drawing by - Philip Norman,
Plate No. 2—Plan and elevation of Sandford Manor W. Arthur Webb,
Plate No. 3—Plans and section of Hall and Staircase Ernest Mann,
Plate No. 4—Details of Staircase - Ernest Mann,
Plate No. 5—Detail of Entrance Door - Percy W. Lovell.
Plate No. 6—Sketch of Hall and Staircase - Edgar Nisbet.
Plate No. 7—Sandford Manor from the North-east A. P. Wire.
Sandford Manor from the West - A. P. Wire.
Plate No. 8—Sandford Manor, panelling in the Hall A. P. Wire.
Sandford Manor, the Staircase - A. P. Wire.
Plate No. 9—Sandford Manor, the Entrance Door - George Trotman.
"Watch an old building with an anxious care; guard it as best
you may, and at any cost, from every influence of dilapidation:
Count its stones as you would jewels of a crown; set
watches about it as if at the gates of a besieged city;
bind it together with iron where it loosens; stay it with
timber where it declines; do not care about the unsightliness of the aid: better a crutch than a lost limb;
and do this tenderly, and reverently, and continually,
and many a generation will still be born and pass away
beneath its shadow."