|1740. ||The History and Antiquities of Essex, from the Collections
of T. Jekyll. By N. Salmon, p. 21.|
|1780. ||Antiquities of England and Wales. By Francis Grose. Vol. I.
pp. 122–123. (With engraving.)|
|1796. ||Environs of London. By Rev. Daniel Lysons. Vol. IV.
(With engraving of House.)|
|1803. ||Beauties of England and Wales. By E. W. Brayley and J.
Britton. Vol. V., pp. 462–463.|
|1814. ||History of Essex. By Elizabeth Ogborne, pp. 48–49. (With
|1816. ||History and Antiquities of Essex. By P. Morant. Vol.I. Hundred of Becontree, p. 5.|
|1818. ||Excursions in the County of Essex. Vol. I., p. 181.|
|1819. ||Excursions in the County of Essex. Another edition. Vol. I., p. 204.|
|1822. ||Paterson's Roads. By Edward Mogg, p. 334.|
|1823. ||Pencil sketch in the British Museum. J. C. Buckler.|
|1833. ||Domestic Architecture of the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I.
By T. H. Clarke. (Plate XIX. and title-page.)|
|1834. ||Eastbury. Illustrated by elevations, plans, sections, views and
other delineations by Thomas Hutchings Clarke. With a
historical sketch by William Henry Black. Quarto.|
|1848. ||History and Gazetteer of Essex. By William White, p. 216.|
|1861. ||People's History of Essex. By W. D. Coller, pp. 464–465.|
|1863. ||Transactions Essex Archæological Society, 1st Ser., Vol. II.,
pp. 134–138. By Rev. E. L. Cutts.|
|1871. ||Transactions Royal Institute of British Architects, 1871–2.
T. E. C. Streatfeild, pp. 165–172. (With plan and sketch.)|
|1872. ||Architectural Association Sketch Book, 1871–2. (North elevation of house, drawn by H. Avern.)|
|1880. ||The Builder (4th September, 1880), p. 301. (Drawing of courtyard and ground-plan of house, by Edward Clarke.)|
|1887. ||Durrant's Handbook for Essex. Written by Miller Christy,
|1896. ||Notes and Queries, 8th Series, Vol. X., pp. 552–3. Notes
by Thomas Bird, H. G. Griffinhoope and Edward H.
|1897 ||Notes and Queries, 8th Series, Vol. XI., pp 37–38. Note
by Francis Sterry.|
|1902. ||Home Counties Magazine, Vol. IV. (Photograph opposite
|1902. ||East London Antiquities. Ed. by Walter A. Locks (J. T. Page),
|1903. ||Architectural Association Sketch Book, 3rd Ser., Vol. VII.,
1903. Five drawings by P. J. Marvin, viz. :—|
2. North elevation.
3. East and west elevation.
5. View of south front.
|1905. ||Picturesque Essex. By R. H. E. Hill. Sketches by Duncan
Moul, pp. 137–138. (With illustrations on p. 135.)|
|1909. ||Little Guide to Essex. J. C. Cox, pp. 92–93.|
|1909. ||The Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor period.
By Thomas Garner and Arthur Stratton, Vol. 2, Text,
pp. 138–140 (four illustrations); also fig. 297 (brickwork)
on p. 213 of text.|
Plate LXXXV. North elevation and details.
Plate CLXVI. Chimney-piece.
Plate CLXXV. Door.
|1911. ||A History of Architecture in London. By Walter H. Godfrey,
pp. 143, 164, 174, 175, and Figs. 122, 123.|
|1915. ||The Building News, 30th April and 4th June. Drawings by
Hubert V. C. Curtis.|
||Greater London. By Edward Walford, Vol. I., p. 524. With
engraving (on p. 522) after Lysons.|
|In the Earle Collection of Essex Views in the Library of the
Society of Antiquaries of London are the following :—|
|1780. ||Engraving of South view of house, "Sparrow sc." 5¼ inches
by 4½ inches. (From Grose's "Antiquities.")|
|1796. ||Engraving of South view of house. 7¾ inches by 6¾ inches.
(From Lysons' "Environs.")|
|1814. ||Engraving of South view of house, and also view of three figures
(two musicians and one soldier) on one plate (from Ogborne's
"History of Essex").|
|1816. ||Pencil drawing of house, 6½ inches by 5 inches. Aug. 1816.|
|1818. ||Engraving of house, 35/8 inches by 23/8 inches. Drawn by W.
Deeble; engraved by J. Hawksworth. (From "Excursions
in the County of Essex.")|
|1860. ||Lithograph of house, 9 inches by 4 inches. "K.F., sketched
||Engraving of South view of house, 3½ inches by 23/8 inches.
Drawn by W. Deeble; engraved by J. Greig. (From the
||Engraving of South view of house, 63/8 inches by 37/8 inches.
Drawn by W. Bartlett; engraved by W. Walkins.|
|In the Phené Spiers Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum are six sheets of measured drawings; dated 1871, by
Walter L. Spiers (ref. D. 289–294).|
|In the MS. records of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) are photographs of the building (1914)
and the Commissioners' report.|
|The London Survey Committee's Collection includes a number
of Photographs besides those reproduced in the present