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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS


INDEX VOLUME IV



Note. A name of a place, without further note, indicates a reference to glass actually or recorded as formerly existing there.
A name of a person, without further note, indicates an artist of glass actually or recorded as formerly existing. In the case of a medieval artist, where the reference is as a rule to a quotation from a document, the Christian names are given; in that of a modern artist, initials only in addition to the surname. The occasional printed numbers on Plates have been disregarded, and the whole series numbered consecutively from the frontispiece to Plate XXXIV (facing page 204).


Albany Cathedral, IV: 143.
Alder, J., on ‘Couverte,’ IV: 104.
Alford, Somerset, IV: 8, 9.
‘Alsace, Ancient Stained Glass of,’ IV: 163.
Altenburg, IV: 41, Fig. 50(c), 81, 83, Fig. 52, 84, Fig. 53, 91, 93, 192.
Altthann, IV: 167.
Amerye, Maria, IV: 17.
Amiens, IV: 61.
Angers, IV: 62.
Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Aughton, Yorkshire, Ask Brass at, IV: 37, 93.
Ault Hucknall, Derbyshire, IV: 69, 70.
Auxon, IV: 26.
 
Babington House, Somerset, IV: 8.
Bacon, P. G., Resignation of Hon-Secretaryship by, IV: 159.
Baddeley, W. St. Clair, IV: 49.
Banwell, Somerset, IV: 7.
Basingstoke, Hampshire, Brasses at, IV: 37.
Batcombe, Somerset, IV: 10.
Bayley, Archdeacon H. V., IV: 14, 15.
Baynes, B. R., his improved method of Glazing, IV: 2.
Beauvais, IV: 61, 87.
Beckley, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Bell, A., 3, 48; Notice and Portrait of, IV: 142, Pl. XXV.
Bell and Beckham, IV: 3.
Bell, D., IV: 3.
Bell, D. P., IV: 48.
Bell, J., IV: 3.
Bell, J., on ‘Ancient Stained Glass of Alsace,’ IV: 163.
Bell, J. C., IV: 3, 143.
Bell, R. Anning, IV: 3.
Bell, R. O., IV: 3, 143.
Binnall, P. B. G., on ‘Early Painted Glass in Messingham Church,’ IV: 14.
Binsey, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Biver, Count Paul, on ‘French Glass-Painters' Methods of using Cartoons during the Sixteenth Century,’ IV: 24, Pl. VII.
Botting, Stephen, IV: 17.
Bouchier, E. S., on ‘Old Stained Glass in Oxfordshire,’ IV: 123.
Bourges, IV: 56.
Brightwell Baldwin, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Bringmann and Schmidt, IV: 156, Pl. XVII.
Bristol, IV: 9.
Broughton Hall, Staffoldshire, IV: 19, 20, 212.
Bruges, Beguinage, Ruwescuere Brass in, IV: 39, Fig. 48(a), 93.
Bruges, Gruuthuuse Museum, Statue in, IV: 34.
Brussels, De Heere Brass at, IV: 35.
Burnt Woods, Staffordshire, Glass House in IV: 17, 18, Pl. V.
Butterworth, W., on ‘Renaissance Glass,’ IV: 172.
Bye, Thomas, IV: 196.

Cadbury, Devonshire, IV: 9.
Cambridge, King's College Chapel, IV: 143.
Canterbury, IV: 54, Pl. XXXIII(b).
Carrington, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
‘Cartoons, French Glass-Painters' Methods of using, during the Sixteenth Century,’ IV: 24, PI. VII.
Ceffonds, Haute-Marne, IV: 29.
Chalons-sur-Marne, Cathedral, IV: 62.
Chalons-sur-Marne, St. Florentin, IV: 62.
Chamber, Richard, IV: 32.
Champeaux, Brittany, IV: 185.
Chappes, Aube, IV: 25, Pl. VII.
Charlinch, Somerset, IV: 7.
Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Chartres, IV: 50, 56, 86, 87.
Chatres, Aube, IV: 28.
Chavanges, Aube, IV: 28, 30.
Cheddar, Somerset, IV: 7, 9, 10.
Chessy, Aube, IV: 28.
Chester, IV: 44.
Chinnor, Oxfordshire, IV: 127.
Cistercian Influence on the Design of York Glass, IV: 146, 189.
Clayton, J. R., Notice and Portrait of, IV: 142, Pl. XXV.
Cologne Cathedral, IV: 92.
Cologne, Richard Moest Collection, Statue in, IV: Pl. XIV, 89.
Cologne, Glass said to have come from, IV: 111, 113, 160.
Combe, Oxfordshire, IV: 128.
Compton Bishop, Somerset, IV: 11.
Compton Verney, Warwickshire, IV: 105.
Cooper, T. P., on ‘The Story of a lost Window, The Guildhall, York,’ IV: 94, Pl. XVI.
‘Cornwall and Brittany, Mediaeval Stained Glass in,’ IV: 183, Pl. XXXI.
Costessey Hall, Norfolk, IV: 116.
Cothelstone, Somerset, IV: 9.
‘Couverte,’ J. Alder on, IV: 104.
Creighton, Robert, Bishop of Bath and Wells, IV: 109, 121.
Crouezevallee, Gilles de la, IV: 186.
Crudwell, Wiltshire, IV: 9.
Cuckington, Somerset, IV: 10.

D.D., Obituary Notice of Maurice Drake, by, IV: 187.
‘Derbyshire and South Yorkshire, Old Stained Glass in,’ IV: 65.
Dienville, Aube, IV: 29.
Dijon, IV: 63.
Doble, The Rev. Canon G. H., on ‘Mediaeval Stained Glass in Cornwall and Brittany,’ IV: 183, Pl. XXXI.
Doddiscombleigh, Devonshire, IV: 9.
Dol, Brittany, IV: 47, 184.
‘Doom Window, The,’ by Maurice Drake, Stage Performance of, IV: 106, Pl. XVIII.
Dorchester, Oxfordshire, IV: 128.
Drake, Maurice, Obituary Notice and Portrait of, IV: 187, Pl. XXXII; Stage Performance of his ‘Doom Window,’ IV: 106, Pl. XVIII.
Drayton-Saint-Leonards, Oxfordshire, IV: 128.
Dronfield, Derbyshire, IV: 65, 66, Fig. l(a. b. c.), 67, 68, Fig. 2.
Durham, IV: 143.
Durk, V., IV: 23.
 
East Brent, Somerset, IV: 7, 11.
Eccleshall, Staffordshire, Glass Works near, IV: 17.
Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, IV: 13, Pl.IV.
Edinburgh, War Memorial Chapel, IV: 55.
Eginton, William Raphael, IV: 120.
Elboeuf, IV: 63.
‘Elsing Church, Norfolk, The Medieval Glass in,’ IV: 134, Pl. XXII.
Ely, IV: 115.
Embroideries, Thirteenth Century, IV: 198, Pl. XXXIII (a).
Epernay, IV: 24, 27.
Ervy, Aube, IV: 26.
Esquire, John, IV: 17.
Eton, IV: 196.
Evreux, IV: 86, 88.
Ewelme, Oxfordshire, IV: 128.
Exeter, IV: 86, 196.

Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset, IV: 9.
Feeny, P., IV: 23.
‘French Glass-Painting, An Eighteenth Century,’ IV: 212.
Fribourg, IV: 166.
Fry, Thomas, IV: 112.

Gahlen, C., ‘Neue Glasmalkunst,’ Review of, IV: 97.
German Stained Glass, Panels of Modern, IV: 97 107, Pl. XIX, 156, Pl. XVII.
Gilbert, M., on ‘A Window in Chiswick Church,’ IV: 160.
‘Glass, Firing White Opal,’ IV: 160.
 Glass-Painting, Recent Publications relating to, April 1931, IV: 42, October 1931. IV: 103, April 1932, IV: 159, October 1932, IV: 210.
‘Glass-Workers in North Staffordshire, Early,’ IV: 17, Pl. V.
Glazing, Improved Method of, IV: 2.
Gloucester, IV: 49.
Gouda, IV: 64, 161.
Gould, G. T. S., on ‘A Panel of Century Stained Glass in the Royal Scottish Museum,’ IV: 13, Pl. IV.
Great Milton, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.
Guerande, Brittany, IV: 185.
Guildford, IV: 106.
Guyon, Colin, IV: 186.
Gyles, Henry, IV: 94, Pl. XVI, 140.
 
Hadernitzen, Austria, IV: 48.
Hardman, J. T., IV: 23.
Harpham, Yorkshire, St. Quentin Brass at IV: 37, 93.
Hensie, Jehuditha, IV: 17.
Hensie, Peregrinus, IV: 17,
Henzey, Edward, IV: 17.
Hensie, George, IV: 17.
Hensie, Thomas, IV: 17.
‘Heraldic Glass in the Old Hall, Lincoln's Inn,’ IV: 23, Pl. VI.
Herba Benedicta, IV: 198, 199.
Herbisse, Aube, IV: 29.
High Ham, Somerset, IV: 10.
Himsworth, J. B., on ‘Old Stained Glass in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire,’ IV: 65.
Holton, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.
Home, Dom Ethelbert, on ‘Marks on the Glass at Wells,’ IV: 74.
Horspath, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.
 Hove, Sussex, IV: 143.
Hulme, E. W., on ‘Early Glass-Workers in North Staffordshire,’ IV: 44, Pl. V.
Huve, IV: 212.

Iffley, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.

Javenant, Aube, IV: 29.
Jeannin, Gaetan, IV: Pl. XXXIV.
Jervais, Thomas, IV: Pl. II, 107.

Kent, E. A., on ‘Some Heraldic Glass in Norwich,’ IV: 137, Pls. XXIII, XXIV.
Kettlethorpe, Lincolnshire, IV: 15.
Kidlington, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.
King's Lynn, Norfolk, Braunche Brass at, IV: 37, Pl. VIII, 41, Fig. 50 (a), 92, 93.
King's Lynn, Walsokne Brass at, IV: 33, Fig. 42 (a), 34, Fig. 43, 37, 38, Fig. 46, 39, 40, Fig. 49 (a), 92, 93.
Kirk Sandall, Yorkshire, IV: 68.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘History of the York School, of Glass-Painting,’ IV: 32, Pl. VIII, 81, Pls. XIII, XIV, XV, 146, Pls. XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, 189, Pl. XXXIII.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘Marks on the Glass at Wells,’ IV: 77.

La Martyre, Brittany, IV: 185.
Langport, Somerset, IV: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
Langton, John, IV: 49.
Lannedern, Brittany, IV: 185.
La Roche Maurice, Brittany, IV: 185.
Lasson, Yonne, IV: 29.
Laughton, Lincolnshire, IV: 16.
Lazaro, Senor, quoted, IV: 77.
Le Faouet, Brittany, IV: 185.
Legge, Sir Thomas on ‘Trade Guild Windows,’ IV: 47, 51, Pls. X, XI, XII.
Leggeeye, James, IV: 17.
Leigh-on-Mendip, Somerset, IV: 8, 9.
Le Mans, Cathedral, IV: 58.
Le Mans, Chapel of Notre Dame, IV: 59.
Le Mans, Chapel of Saint Louis, IV: 59.
Leon, IV: 77.
Les Ifs, Brittany, IV: 185.
Lichfield, IV: 193.
Liege, IV: 92.
Limoges, IV: 93.
Locksley, Hall, North Sumercotes, Lincolnshire, IV: 79.
Locronan, Brittany, IV: 185.
Loise-en-Brie, IV: 4, Pls. I, IX.
London, Albert Memorial, IV: 144.
London, St. Augustine's, Kilburn, IV: 143.
London, Chiswick Church, IV: 160.
London, Guard's Chapel, Wellington Barracks, IV: 144.
London, Guildhall, IV: 107.
London, Lincoln's Inn Old Hall, IV: 23, Pl. VI.
London, Unity House, Euston Road, IV: 55.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, IV: 41, Fig. 50 (6). 79, 96.
London, Westminster Abbey, IV: 144.
London, Westminster Chapter House, IV: 143.
Louvigne-de-Bais, Brittany, IV: 186.
Liibeck, Brasses at, IV: 92.
 
Maizieres, Aube, IV: 29.
Malvern, Great, IV: 8, 15, 81.
Manchester, IV: 15, 16.
Mantes, IV: 86, 87.
Marechal, M., IV: 165.
Marsh Baldon, Oxfordshire, IV: 129.
Marston Magna, Somerset, IV: 8.
‘Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet,’ Drawing by, IV: Pl. XV, 89.
Master Glass-Painters, British Society of. Accounts for 1931, IV: 209; Annual Dinner, 1932, IV: 159; Annual General Meeting, 1932, IV: 207; Minutes of Meetings of Council, October 30, December 10, 1930, IV: 45, March 11, May 21, 1931, IV: 98, September 30, November 25, 1931, IV: 157, 158; Proceedings June 3, 1931, IV: 100; Reports of Council for 1930-31, IV: 101; Reports of Council for 1931-32, IV: 205.
Mazard, Clement, IV: Pl. XXXIV.
Melbourne, IV: 143.
Melbury Bubb, Dorsetshire, IV: 9.
Mells, Somerset, IV: 8, 10.
Mergey, Aube, IV: 29.
‘Messingham Church, Lincolnshire, Early Painted Glass in,’ IV: 14.
Milton Clevedon, Somerset, IV: 8, 9.
Minster Lovel, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
Moncontour, Brittany, IV: 185.
Montfey, Aube, IV: 26, 29.
Morley, Yorkshire, IV: 70.
Morris, R., on ‘A Panel of Modern Gcrman Stained Glass,’ IV: 156, Pl. XVII; Review of Gahlen's ‘Neue Glasmalkunst,’ by, IV: 97.
Munster, Ludger Bishop of, IV: 50.
Musical Instruments depicted in Stained Glass, IV: 65, 66, Fig. I.

Netherlands, Influence of the, on the Design of York Glass. IV: 32.
Nettlecombe, Somerset. IV: 10.
Newington Saint Giles, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
New York, Ambrose Monnell Collection, IV: Pl.I.
New York, IV: 4, Pl. IX.
New York, Grace Church, IV: 143.
New York, Church of the Holy Communion, IV: 143.
Nicholson, A. K., IV: 112, 113.
North Aston, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
North Cadbury, Somerset, IV: 7.
Northleigh, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
Norwich, Lakenham Grove, IV: 137.
Norwich, Norwich Union Insurance Office, IV: 139.
Norwich, St. Peter Hungate, IV: 162.
Norwich, ‘Some Heraldic Glass in,’ IV: 137, Pls. XXII, XXIV.
Norwich, Surrey House, IV: 139.
Notre Dame de la Cour, Brittany, IV: 185.
 
Oberwesel, IV: 85, 89.
Orchardleigh, Somerset, IV: 10.
Oxford, All Souls College, IV: 125.
Oxford, Balliol College, IV: 126.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, IV: 126.
Oxford, Cathedral, IV: 124.
Oxford, St. Ebbe's Church, IV: 126.
Oxford, Merton College, IV: 123, 146.
Oxford, St. Michael's Church, IV: 124, 126.
Oxford, New College, IV: 81, 82, Fig. 51, 108, 124.
Oxford, St. Peter's in the East Church, IV: 126.
Oxford, The Queen's College, IV: 126.
Oxford, Trinity College, IV: 126.
‘Oxfordshire, Old Stained Glass in,’ IV: 123.

Pape, T., on ‘Early Glass-Workers in North Staffordshire,’ IV: 17, Pl. V.
Pavilion, Aube, IV: 26, 29.
Peatling, Dr. A. V., ‘Ancient Stained and Painted Glass in the Churches of Surrey,’ Review of, IV: 203, Pl. XXX.
Petty, Sir John, IV: 193, 196.
Petty, Matthew, IV: 196.
Philadelphia, Church of the Advocate, IV: 143.
Pilton, Somerset, IV: 8.
Pippet, O., IV: 23.
Pitcombe, Somerset, IV: 7, 8.
Ploermel, Brittany, IV: 185.
Plogonnec, Brittany, IV: 185.
Poitiers, Cathedral, IV: 62.
Poitiers, Sainte Radegonde, IV: 62.
Polisot, Aube, IV: 29.
Pouan, Aube, IV: 25, 29.
Prinknash, Gloucestershire, IV: 49.
Prudde, John, IV: 196.
‘Puzzled,’ on ‘Firing White Opal Glass,’ IV: 160.

Quimper Cathedral, IV: 185; Saint Matthieu, IV: 186.

‘Renaissance Glass,’ IV: 172.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Designs for Window at New College by, IV: 108.
Rheims, Adalbert Archbishop of, IV: 50.
Rhineland, Influence of the, on the Design of York Glass, IV: 32.
Ricey-Bas, Aube, IV: 29.
Ricey-Haut, Aube, IV: 29.
Ringstead, Brass of King Eric and Queen Ingeborg, at, IV: 92.
Robinson, The Very Rev. J. Armitage, on ‘The Great West Window at Wells,’ IV: 100, Pls. XX, XXI; on ‘Marks on the Glass at Wells,’ IV: 71.
Rokeby, Archbishop William, IV: 68.
Rouen Cathedral, IV: 59.
Rouen, Saint Jean, IV: 110, 119.
Rouen, Saint Ouen, IV: 93.
Rouen, Musee des Antiquites, IV: 60.
Ruskin quoted, IV: 200.
 
Saint-Andre-les-broyes, Aube, IV: 29.
Saint Catherine, Somerset, IV: 5,11.
Saint Denis, IV: 189.
Saint Diest, IV: 64.
Saint Florentin, Yonne, IV: 29.
Saint-Germain-de-Lincon, Aube, IV: 29, 30.
Saint Herenthals, IV: 64.
Saint Kew, Cornwall, IV: 183.
Saint Neot, Cornwall, IV: 183, Pl. XXXI.
Saint Omer, IV: 130.
Saint-Parre-les-Tertres, Aube, IV: 25, 29.
Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune, IV: 104.
Saint Winnow, Cornwall, IV: 183.
Salisbury, IV: 146, 148, 191, Fig. 58, 195.
Sandford Saint Martin, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
Scampton, Lincolnshire, IV: 16.
Scott, Dr. A., on ‘Apparent Ancient Glass at Wells Cathedral, Scotton, Lincolnshire, IV: 15.
Selborne, Hampshire, IV: 108.
Semur-en-Auxois, IV: 62.
Shiplake, Oxfordshire, IV: 130.
Snarford, Lincolnshire, IV: 15.
Soest, 84. ‘Somerset, Fifteenth Century Glass in,’ IV: Pl. III.
Spezet, Notre Dame du Crann, Brittany, IV: 185
Sprotborough, Yorkshire, Fitzwilliam Brass at, IV: 37, 93.
‘Staffordshire, Early Glass Workers in North,’ IV: 17, Pl. V, 44.
Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, IV: 130
Stanton Saint John, Oxfordshire. IV: 132
Staveley, Derbyshire, IV: 66, Fig.1(d)
Stival, Brittany, IV: 185.
Strabsund, Hovenor Brass at, IV: 35, 92.
Strasbourg, IV: 104.
Strasbourg, Cathedral, IV: 163.
Strasbourg, St. Stephen, IV: 167.
Strasbourg, St. Thomas, IV: 167.
Strasbourg, St. Wilhelm, IV: 167.
Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Somerset, IV: 8, Pl. III.
Swinbrook, Oxfordshire, IV: 132.

Taunton, D., IV: 23, Pl. VI.
Toul, IV: 86.
Tours, IV: 61.
‘Trade Guild Windows,’ IV: 47, 51, Pls. X, XI, XII.
Trouan-le-Petit, Aube, IV: 25.
Troyes, Sante Madeleine, IV: 29, 62; Saint Urbain, IV: 62.
Trull, Somerset, IV: 5, 9.
Truro, IV: 143, 144.
Tysacke, Catherine, IV: 17.
 
Upper Hardres, Kent, IV: 194.

Vauchassis, Aube, IV: 29.
Viel, Pierre le, IV: 212.
Vigani, Giovanni Francesco, IV: 140.
Villeret, Aube, IV: 29.
‘Vitreator,’ on ‘An Eighteenth Century French Glass Painting,’ IV: 212.
Voysey, F. A., Review of Peatling's ‘Ancient Stained and Painted Glass in the Churches of Surrey’ by, IV: 203.
 
Walbourg, IV: 85, 89, 167, 168.
Waterperry, Oxfordshire, IV: 132.
Weare, Somerset, IV: 9.
Wells, Cathedral, IV: 8, 9, 10, 71, 72, Fig. 1, 75, Fig. 2, 109, Pls. XX, XXI.
Wells, St. Cuthbert, IV: 8.
Wells, Chapel of the Vicars' Choral, IV: 7.
Wells, Hall of the Vicars' Choral, IV: 8, 9.
Wells, Principal's House, IV: 7.
‘Wells Cathedral, Apparent Decay of Ancient Glass at, IV: 171.
Wells, ‘Marks on the Glass at,’ IV: 71.
Wells, ‘The Great West Window at,’ IV: 109, Pls. XX, XXI.
Westhofen, IV: 169.
Westwood, Wilts, IV: 8, 9.
Wienhausen, Embroideries at, IV: 37, Fig. 45, 92.
Willement, Thomas, IV: 73.
Wilmshurst, Mr. (1830), IV: 160.
Winchester, IV: 41.
Winscombe, Somerset, IV: 5, 8, 9, 10, 11.
Wissembourg, IV: 104.
Witton, John, IV: 32.
Woodforde, The Rev. C. on ‘Fifteenth Century Glass in Somerset,’ IV: 5, Pl. III; on ‘ The Medieval Glass in Elsing Church, Norfolk,’ IV: 134, Pl. XXII.
Worcester, IV: 162.


Xanten, IV: 84, 92.

Yarnton, Oxfordshire, IV: 133.
Yeardlye, Thomas, IV: 17.
Yevans, Jane, IV: 17.
York, Acomb Priory, IV: 96.
York, Guildhall, IV: 94, Pl XVI.
York, Merchant Tailors Hall, IV: 96.
York, Minster, IV: 38, Fig. 47, 39, 40, Fig. 49 (c), 55, 81, 87, 88, 89, 92, 93, 146, Pls. XVIII, XIX, XX, 153, Fig. 56, 194, 201, Fig. 60; Photographs of Glass in, 106.
York Churches, All Saints, North Street, IV: 39, Fig. 48 (6), PL XIII, 84, 90.
York Churches, St. Denys, IV: 33, Fig. 42 (6), 34, Fig. 43, 71, 92, 93, 193, Fig. 59, 194.
York Churches, St. Helen, IV: 41, Fig. 50 (d). 93.
York Churches, Holy Trinity Goodramgate, IV: 81, 86, 90, 91, 92, 93.
York Churches, St. John Micklegate, IV: Pl. XIV, 86, 89.
York Churches, St. Martin Coney Street, IV: 33.
York Churches, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, IV: 93.
York Churches, St. Martin-le-Grand, IV: 89, 92.
York Churches, St. Michael-le-Belfrey, IV: 40, Fig. 49 (b).78, 90, 92.
‘York School of Glass-Painting, A History of the,’ IV: 32, Pl VIII, 81, Pls. XIII, XIV, XV, 146, Pls. XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, 189, Pl. XXXIII.
‘York, The Story of a lost Window in the Guildhall,’ IV: 94, Pl XVI.
‘Yorkshire, South, and Derbyshire, Old Stained Glass in,’ IV: 65.




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