1888 – Villa at Shawford, Hampshire
1903 – House, Witley, Berkshire
Published in The Building News, October 23rd 1903.
1880 – “New Club” Buildings, Glasgow
An unsuccessful design in a competition won by Campbell, Douglas & Sellars which resulted in the building now known as James Sellars House.
1881 – New Chapel, Shrewsbury School, Shropshire
Perspective View including plans published in The Building News, July 29 1881. “The grammar-school at Shrewsbury will shortly be removed from its present quarters to a new bite on the other side of the town,
1881 – Steam Laundry, Battersea, London
“The works of the London and Provincial Steam Laundry Company, situate in the Battersea Park-road, about half-way between the Battersea and Queen’s-road stations on the London and South -Western Railway,
1880 – Cricket & Archery Pavilion, Beddington Park, Surrey
“This private pavilion, erected at a cost of over £3,000, stands in an enclosure of several acres in the midst of Beddington Park.
1881 – New Stables, Brick St, Park Lane, Mayfair, London
“Our illustration represents a group of stable buildings about to be erected in Brick-street, Park-lane, for the Marquis,
1890 – Breaffy House, Co. Mayo, Ireland
Dominick Andrew Browne built the present Breaffy House in 1890. The house is a Scottish baronial mansion and is victorian in style and was designed by English architect William M.
1881 – Chiswick School of Art, Bedford Park, London
This was one of the public buildings on the Bedford Park estate intended to give the new development a sense of community.