Plate 41
The Oratory

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1983

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41

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'Plate 41: The Oratory', Survey of London: volume 41: Brompton (1983), pp. 41. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50073 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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a. (left). Lady Altar, 1693 (F. Corbarelli and sons, designers), in 1971 (p. 57)


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Plate 41a: The Oratory
Lady Altar, 1693 (F. Corbarelli and sons, designers), in 1971 (p. 57)

b. (above). Altar of St. Philip, c. 1882, in 1971 (p. 56)


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Plate 41b: The Oratory
Altar of St. Philip, c. 1882, in 1971 (p. 56)

c. (below left). Statues of St. Jude (left) and St. Matthew (right) in 1948.


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Plate 41c: The Oratory
Statues of St. Jude (left) and St. Matthew (right) in 1948.

G. Mazzuoli, sculptor, c. 1679-95 (p. 56)

d. (below left). Statues of St. Jude (left) and St. Matthew (right) in 1948.


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Plate 41d: The Oratory
Statues of St. Jude (left) and St. Matthew (right) in 1948.

G. Mazzuoli, sculptor, c. 1679-95 (p. 56)

e. (below). Memorial to Cardinal Newman, 1895-6, in 1982.


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Plate 41e: The Oratory
Memorial to Cardinal Newman, 1895-6, in 1982.

I, Chavalliaud, sculptor of statue: Bodley and Garner, architects (p. 55)