Survey of London Monograph 9, Crosby Place. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1908.
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1598. Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster. By John Stow. London, 1598. (Also subsequent editions in 1603, 1618, 1633, 1720, 1754.)
1786. Sepulchral Monuments of Great Britain. By Richard Gough, F.S.A. London, 1786, 1796, and 1799. (Illustrated.)
1793. Some account of London. By Thomas Pennant. Third Edition. London, 1793. (Illustrated.)
1803. Londinium Redivivum, or the Ancient History and Modern Description of London. By Jas. Peller Malcolm. London, 1803. Vol. III., pp. 562–4. (Illustrated.)
1804. Select Views of London and its Environs. London, 1804. 2 vols. Storer and Grieg. (Illustrated.)
1804. MS. Notes and Sketches of Crosby Hall by Frederick Nash and Valentine Davis, in the Library of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
1806. London, being an accurate history and description of the British Metropolis. By David Hughson, LL.D. 6 vols. London, 1806. Vol. 2, pp. 417–18.
1813. Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain. By John Britton. London, 1813. Vol. IV. (Measured drawings.)
1817. Walks through London. By David Hughson, LL.D. 2 vols. London, 1817. Vol. I., pp. 40–1. (Illustrated.)
1819. Londina Illustrata. By Robert Wilkinson. London, 1819–25. Vol. I., pp. 44 et seq. (9 illustrations.)
1825. Specimens of Gothic Architecture. By Augustus Pugin. London, 1825. (Measured drawings.)
1830. History and Antiquities of London, Westminster and Southwark. By Thos. Allen. Continued by Thos. Wright. London, 1830–7. Vol. III., pp. 153–7; Vol. V., pp. 216–27. (Illustrated.)
1831–6. The Gentleman's Magazine:—
1831, part II., pp. 498–9.
1832, part I., pp. 424 and 505–8.
1833, part I., pp. 256–8.
1834, part I., p. 400, part II., pp. 628–9.
1835, part II., p 632.
1836, part II., pp. 241–5. (Illustrated.)
1832. Historical and Antiquarian Notices of Crosby Hall. By E. J. Carlos. 12mo. London, 1832. (Illustrated.)
1832. The Penny Magazine, November 30 to December 30, 1832. (Illustrated.)
1832. The Saturday Magazine. September 8, 1832. (2 Illustrations.)
1833. The Mirror, January 5, 1833. December, 1844.
1834. An Architectural and Historical Account of Crosby Place. By Edward L. Blackburn. 8vo. London, 1834. (Illustrated.)
1839. The Literary World, June 15, 1839.
1841. Memoir of Crosby Place. By J. W. Papworth. MS. 4to. R.I.B.A. Library. (Illustrated). Together with a set of three drawings, giving the existing buildings and a fanciful reconstruction of the original mansion.
1841. London. Edited by Charles Knight. No. 18. (Crosby Place by J. Saunders.) Published by C. Knight & Co., London, 1841. (Illustrated.)
1842. Crosby Place described in a lecture on its antiquities and reminiscences, August 5, 1842. By the Rev. Chas. Mackenzie, A. M. 8vo. London, 1842.
1844. The Architectural Antiquities and present state of Crosby Place, London, as restored by John Davies, Architect . . . . From original drawings by Henry J. Hammon, Architect. 4to. London, 1844.
1850. A descriptive memoir of the Museum of Mediæval Architecture and Sculpture formed by the late Lewis N. Cottingham, Esq., F. S. A., at 43, Waterloo Bridge Road, Lambeth. London, 1850. (Illustrated.)
1851. The Builder, November 8, 1851, contains a print of the drawing of roof shown in the Memoir of Cottingham's Museum.
1856. Memoir of Crosby Place. By Rev. Thos. Hugo, M.A., F. S. A. Read in Crosby Hall, January 28, 1856. Published in the "Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archæological Society," Vol. I., pp. 35–55. (Illustrated.) Also published as a pamphlet. 8vo. London, 1860.
1857. Plans and Particulars of Crosby Hall offered for Sale at the Auction Mart, on Wednesday, June 3, 1857. Fo. London, 1857.
1863. London Scenes and London People. By Dr. W. Harvey ("Aleph"), p. 312. London, 1863.
1865. A few notes on Crosby Hall and its Tenants. By H. R. Williams & Co. 8vo. London, 1865.
1865. The last ten years of the Priory of St. Helen, Bishopsgate. By Rev. Thos. Hugo. 8vo. London, 1865. (Illustrated.)
1869. Some account of the Worshipful Company of Grocers of the City of London. By Baron Heath. London, 1869 (privately printed in 1829 and 1854).
1870. Ancient Meeting Houses. By Godfrey H. Pike. London, 1870.
1871. Plans and Particulars of the Crosby Hall Estate, offered for Sale at the Mart, June 1, 1871. Fo. London, 1871.
1876. The Annals of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate. By the Rev. J. E. Cox, D. D. (Largely compiled from Hugo's book.) London, 1876. (Illustrated.)
1879. Crosby Hall: the Ancient Palace and Great Banqueting Hall, its History and Restoration. Anon. London, 1879. (Illustrated.)
1902. Ancient Royal Palaces in and near London. Page 36. 1 plate by T. R. Way.
1906. Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate: its Early History and Present Restoration. Anon. 16mo. London, 1906. (Illustrated.)
1907. Some Dwellers in Crosby Hall: being a Paper read before the Langbourn Ward Club, October 3, 1907. By the Rev. Geo. Bell Doughty. London, 1907.
1907. Crosby Hall, 1470–1907. Issued by the Crosby Hall Preservation Committee. London, 1907.
1908. Crosby Hall: A Chapter in the History of London. By Chas. Wm. F. Goss. 8vo. London, 1908.
1908. English Domestic Architecture of the Tudor Period. By Thos. Garner and Arthur Stratton. Pt. I. Fo. London, 1908.