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10 November 2009

1862 – St. Mary’s Church, Dingle, Co. Kerry

Architect: J.J McCarthy St. Mary’s was originally a neo-Gothic church designed by J. J. McCarthy. The foundation stone was laid in 1862. It originally had a nave and aisles separated by arcades, supported...

16 October 2009

1862 – Agricultural Hall, Islington, London

Architect: Frederick Peck From The Building News, December 5, 1862: This building is now completed, and will be opened on Monday next by the Smithfield Club. It has been erected by a company...

16 October 2009

1862 – Montagu House, Whitehall, London

Architect: William Burn From The Building News, November 28, 1862: His Grace the Duke of Bucclengh is one of the few noblemen who still retain a mansion on the banks of the Thames....

16 October 2009

1862 – Asylum of Merchant Seamen’s Orphans, Snaresbrook, London

Architect: George Somers Clarke From The Building News, October 31, 1862: The Asylum of the Merchant Seamen’s Orphans is an institution founded for the support and education of the children of deceased and...

16 October 2009

1862 – National Provident Association, London

From The Building News, October 24, 1862: Our illustration obviates the necessity of describing the exterior of the building, its well studied proportions, its general composition, or ts vigorous and healthy expression; but...

16 October 2009

1862 – Shooting Box, Bonawe, Argyleshire

Architect: William Boutcher From The Building News, October 3, 1862: We illustrate this week a front and bock view, and ground plan, of a shooting box just commenced at the foot of Ben...

16 October 2009

1862 – New Town Hall, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire

Architect: Cuthbert Brodrick From The Building News, September 26, 1862: The subject of our illustration this week is the town hall now being erected in Hull of which we give the principal elevation...

16 October 2009

1862 – Manchester and Salford Bank, Lancashire

From The Building News, September 19, 1862: The engraving on the opposite side represents the Manchester and Salford Bank which is just being erected. Tho frontage in Mosley Street, as seen in the...

16 October 2009

1862 – Unitarian Church, Islington, London

Architect: J.C. Clarke From The Building News, August 29, 1862: Our engraving this week represents the exterior of the fine church just built at Islington for the Unitarians, which was duly opened on...

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