1875 – United Institute for the Industrious and Indigent, Leeds, Yorkshire
From The Architect, January 9, 1875: The accompanying Illustration is a sketch of a building about to be erected in Albion Street from plans prepared by Mr.
1884 – New Church of St. John, Scarborough, Yorkshire
Perspective View including plan & details published in The Building News, March 7th 1884.
1875 – Public Building, Sowerby, Yorkshire
From The Architect, November 20, 1875: This building is intended for the use of the public officers and the transaction of public business generally in the township of Sowerby,
1875 – Two Country Houses, Ormesby, Yorkshire
From The Architect, October 30, 1875: These houses, now in course of erection, from the designs of Mr C.
1397 – Kirkby Ravensworth Church, Richmond, Yorkshire
From The Architect, October 23, 1875: This fine old parish church stands upon elevated ground. From its tower, on a clear day,
1875 – Spenfield, Leeds, Yorkshire
From The Architect, September 11, 1875: This house is now in course of erection for Mr.
1881 – Proposed Church, Nr. Rotherham, Yorkshire
Perspective View including ground plan published in The Building News, July 29th 1881.”Purposed to be built at Moorgate,
1862 – New Town Hall, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire
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 The old building in Lowgate known as the Maitfiion house and in which the municipal business of the town was conducted has been entirely demolished and the ground cleared for the now structure The greater part of the foundations are already in an advanced state,
1862 – “Foxhill”, Weetwood, Leeds, Yorkshire
From The Building News, June 20, 1862: This house, of which we give an engraving on the opposite page, is situated at Weetwood,