Description of the plates

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1917

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London Monograph 11: Eastbury Manor House, Barking (1917), pp. 7-8. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117576 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

Plate 1.(Frontispiece)—Sketch in 1823J. C. Buckler
2.Sketch from southBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
MEASURED DRAWINGS.
Plate 3.Ground and first floor plansBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
4.Roof and second floor plans, and sectionBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
5.Cross sectionBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
6.North elevationBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
7.South elevationBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
8.East elevationBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
9.Detail of porch and north gableBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
10.Porch and doorBy T. H. Clarke
11.Detail of chimney stackBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
12.Details of mouldings, etc.By Hubert V. C. Curtis
13.Chimney-piece, east wing, first floorBy F. R. Taylor
14.Panelled room, ground floorBy Hubert V. C. Curtis
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Plate 15.South frontBy Edward Yates
16." " from S.W.By F. R. Taylor
17." " from S.E.By F. R. Taylor
18.West front and S.W. gableBy W. Wonnacott
19.East and north frontsBy Edward Yates
20.PorchBy F. R. Taylor
21.(a) Arch under chimney-stackBy Edward Yates
(b) Corbelling to chimney-stackBy W. P. Young
22.Stair turret and chimney-stackBy Edward Yates
23.Stair turret, doorBy W. Wonnacott
24.Roofs and chimney-stackBy Edward Yates
25.(a) Windows in gableBy W. P. Young
(b) Garden entranceBy Edward Yates
26.Panelled room, ground floorBy F. R. Taylor
27.(a) Fireplace, first floorBy W. P. Young
(b) " detailBy W. P. Young
Plate 28.(a) Second floor, roofBy Edward Yates
(b) " "By Edward Yates
(c) " " staircaseBy Edward Yates
29.Barn, interiorBy F. R. Taylor
PAINTINGS.
Plate 30.Painted room, west sideDrawn by T. H. Clarke
31." " east sidePhotograph Lent by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England)
32.Painted gallery, second floorDrawn by T. H. Clarke

ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT.

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Back-plate of wrought-iron knockerDrawn by T. H. Clarke12
Hinge and handle" T. H. Clarke18
Plan with garden" P. J. Marvin20
Details from drawings in the Bodleian Library Lent by Messrs. B. T. Batsford, Ltd.21
Chimney-piece (hall)Drawn by T. H. Clarke23
" " (N.E. room, ground floor) Drawn by T. H. Clarke25
" " (Painted room over hall) Drawn by T. H. Clarke26
" " (West room over hall)" T. H. Clarke27
Figures from the painted galleryOgborne's "History of Essex"28
Seal of Barking Abbey36

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS.

Denham.—Gules, three lozenges, Ermine14
Sisley.—Azure, on a cheveron between three goats Argent, armed Or, three fleurs-de-lys Azure16
More (Chester).—Ermine, between six cocks a fess Gules26