1860 – Warehouses in Aldermanbury, London
“A noble example of warehouse architecture has been erected in Aldermanbury with a considerable degree of ornate splendour externally.
1860 – Westbourne Hall, Bayswater, London
Originally built as an extension of the Bayswater Athenaeum, the facade is decorated with theatrical busts.
1860 – Whewell’s Courts, Trinity College, Cambridge
Originally named Master’s Court and located across the street from Great Court, these two courts were entirely paid for by William Whewell,
1860s – St. James Church, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
An early design for St. James Church in Great Yarmouth, which would have seen a three-gabled west end in the style of the parish church of St Nicholas on the market place,
1861 – Breadsall Priory, Derbyshire
From The Building News: “THIS Priory, an illustration of which was given in our last, is mentioned in the reign of Edward the Confessor,
1861 – Chapel for Converted Jews, Camberwell, London
From The Building News, April 26 1861: “This Chapel has been lately erected in Cold Harbor-lane,
1861 – Church of All Saints, Kensington Park, London
Elevations, Detail of Belfry Stage & Plan from The Building News, September 15th 1876. Construction on All Saints church was originally begun in the mid 19th century by the Reverend Dr Samuel Walker,
1861 – Coome Warren, Wimbledon, London
“This house, of which we give a view to-day of the entrance-front, is the property of Mr.
1861 – Houses, Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, London
From The Building News: “AN architect’s responsibility in the design of a building varies in pro- portion to the importance of the thoroughfare in which it is erected The structure if reared in a back street,