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Survey of London Monograph 11, Eastbury Manor House, Barking. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1917.

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Bibliographical References.

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 engravings.)
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, p. 41.
1896. Notes and Queries, 8th Series, Vol. X., pp. 552–3. Notes by Thomas Bird, H. G. Griffinhoope and Edward H. Marshall.
1897 Notes and Queries, 8th Series, Vol. XI., pp 37–38. Note by Francis Sterry.
1902. Home Counties Magazine, Vol. IV. (Photograph opposite p. 146.)
1902. East London Antiquities. Ed. by Walter A. Locks (J. T. Page), p. 173.
1903. Architectural Association Sketch Book, 3rd Ser., Vol. VII., 1903. Five drawings by P. J. Marvin, viz. :—
1. Plan.
2. North elevation.
3. East and west elevation.
4. Details.
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.
not dated. 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 1860."
not dated. Engraving of South view of house, 3½ inches by 23/8 inches. Drawn by W. Deeble; engraved by J. Greig. (From the "Antiquarian Itinerary.")
not dated. 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 volume.