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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS


INDEX VOLUME IX


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Note. A name of a place, without further note, indicates a reference to glass actually or as formerly existing there.
A name of a person, without further note, indicates an artist of glass actually or recorded as 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 relation to the surname.


Adam, IX: 134, 135.
Add. MS. 33884, British Museum, IX: 80.
Admiral Sir John Cunningham, IX: 104.
Albert, Archduke— IX: Illus., Fig. sa, facing 75; 76. St. Gudule, Brussels, IX: Illus., Fig. 8s, facing p. 75
Adcock, John, IX: 3.
Aldon, IX: 83, 85.
Aldon, Sir Thomas de, IX: 84.
Alice in Wonderland, IX: 69.
Allen, W. Godfrey, IX: 17.
Amiens Cathedral, IX: 126.
Amundsen, IX: 115.
Ancestor The, IX: 130.
‘Ancient Glass in Nottinghamshire.’ A survey by Nevil Truman, IX: 132.
Annesley, IX: 53, 136. Hall IX: 56.
Annual Reports of the Central Council for the Care of Churches, IX: 127.
Antwerp Cathedral, IX: 76. Cussers, Corneille, IX: 76. Ouwera, Pierre van der, IX: 77.
Archives Generales du Royaume, IX: 75.
Arms, IX: 132
Arms, Andrew, IX: 132
Arms, Bolingbroke, IX: 132
Arms, Burghersh, IX: 132
Arms, Bussey, IX: 132
Arms, Cantelupe, IX: 132
Arms, Culceth?, IX: 132
Arms, Everingham, IX: 132
Arms, Furnival, IX: 132
Arms, Hunt?, IX: 132
Arms, Lisieux, IX: 132
Arms, Lodbroke, IX: 132
Arms, Pierrepont, IX: 132
Arms, Ribers, IX: 132
Arms, Saltmarsh, IX: 132
Arms, Wortley, IX: 132
Arthur Powell, IX: 105.
Athens, IX: 9 7
Attenborough, IX: 56.
Augsburg, IX: 123.
Augustine, St., IX: 102.
Austria—House of, IX: 73. Marguerite of, IX: 75.
Auxerre, IX: 125. Cathedral at, IX: 124.
Avensbury, Maud de, IX: 84.
Averham, IX: 57.

Badlesmere, 81. Elizabeth de, IX: 84.
Balderton, IX: 58.
Baldwin, Mrs., IX: 70.
Ball, John, IX: 134.
Ballantyne & Allen, Edinburgh, IX: 70.
Barber, Canon, IX: 136.
Bardolf, IX: 83.
Bardolf, Sir John, IX: 85.
Barren, IX: 130.
Barton, IX: 59.
Barton, John, IX: 136.
Bassett, IX: 83.
Bassett, Ralph, IX: 86.
Beau—
Beau, Philbert le, IX: 75.
Beau, Philip le, IX: 74.
Beauchamp Chapel, Warwick, IX: 101.
Beauvais—Cathedral, IX: 126. France, IX: 136.
Beauvale Priory, Beeston, IX: 60.
Bell, Reginald, IX: 69.
Berne, IX: 103.
Beukels, IX: 76.
Beverley Minster, IX: 130.
Biervliet, IX: 76.
Binton (near Stratford-on-Avon), IX: 115.
Birmingham—Cathedral, IX: 102. Chance of, IX: 105. Civic Society, IX: 102.
Black Prince, IX: 83. Edward the, IX: 82.
Blacking, Mr., IX: 111.
Blomfield, Sir Reginald, IX: 1.
Bohun, IX: 82, 83, 84, 85.
Bohun, Edward de, IX: 86.
Bohun, Lord, IX: 83.
William de, IX: 84, 85.
Boleyn, Thos., IX: 2.
Bon, Phillippe le, IX: 73.
Boughton Aluph—E. Window of Chancel, IX: Illus. facing p. 82. Philipott's Notes on the Arms in the
Church, IX: Illus. facing p. 83.
Bourges, Cathedral of, IX: 87.
Bowers, Lt., IX: 115.
Brantyngham, IX: 16.
Bridlington, St. John of, IX: 102.
Bristol Cathedral, IX: 129, 130.
Bristol, Connecticut, IX: 95.
Browne's Hospital, IX: 130.
Bruce—
Bruce, Miss, IX: 115.
Bruce, Rev. L. H., IX: 116.
Brussels—Notre Dame du Sablin, IX: 75. St. Gudule, IX: 75, 76.
Bryan's Diet, of Painters, IX: 1.
Burghersh, IX: 83, 84.
Sir Bartholomew, IX: 84.
Burgundy, Marie of, IX: 75. and Austria, Marguerite of, IX: Illus., Fig. 5.
Burlington House, IX: 103.
Burlison & Grylls, IX: 17.
Burne-Jones, Edward, IX: 70.
Burne-Jones, Mrs., IX: 70.
Burton, IX: 84.
Burton, John de, IX: 85.
Burton, Thomas de, IX: 85.
Butler, Father, IX: 136.

Cade, Jack, IX: 134.
Cambridge, IX: 2.
Cambridge, Corpus Christi, IX: 3.
Cambridge, Jesus, IX: 3.
Cambridge, King's Hall, IX: 2.
Cambridge, Trinity, IX: 3.
Canterbury Cathedral, IX: 102.
Canterbury , Christchurch, IX: 85.
Canterbury , St. Thomas of, IX: 102.
Cantiana Archaeologia, IX: 84.
Capronnier, IX: 75, 77.
Capt. Edward Algernon FitzRoy, IX: 103.
Capt. Scott, R.N., IX: 115.
Cardigan, Earl of, IX: 128.
Carlton in Lindrick, IX: 60.
Carroll, Lewis, IX: 70.
Cartoon by E. Shepard IX: facing p. 102.
Castile, Jeanne de, IX: 74.
Castille, Jeanne de, IX: 75.
Catalonia, IX: 113.
Chalons, IX: 121.
Champagne, IX: 118.
Chance of Birmingham, IX: 105.
Charlecote, IX: 129.
Charles Winston, IX: 105.
Charter, Atlantic, IX: 69.
Chartres, Notre Dame de, IX: 87.
Chelsea, Christ Church Window at, IX: Plate facing 23.
Cheney, IX: 83.
Chenies Church, IX: 129.
Chester, St. John's Church, IX: 69.
Cheyne, Edmund de, 86.
Cheyne, William de, IX: 86.
Christi, Corpus, IX: 71.
Christopher Webb, IX: 103, 111.
Church Building Society, Incorporated, IX: 98.
Churches, Care of, Central Committee, IX: 98.
Churches and War Damage, The, IX: 70.
Churchill, IX: 69, 102.
Civic Society, Birmingham, IX: 102.
Classical Review, IX: 97.
Clayton, John R., IX: 72.
Cock, Dr. F. W., F.S.A., IX: 86.
Cock of Appledore, IX: 80.
Coecke, Pierre, IX: 77. Col. Frontispiece to No. 4 (Vol. IX).
Cologne, IX: 71.
Cathedral, IX: 126.
Commons, House of, IX: 70.
Comte de Flandre, Louis de Maele, IX: 73.
Correspondence—
Copper Wire Ties Falling off, IX: 100.
Glass-Painters' Signatures on Windows, IX: 142.
The Stained Glass of the Houses of Parliament, IX: 141.
Cossall, IX: 60.
Cotham, IX: 78.
Coucke, IX: 77.
Councer, C. R., on ‘The Medieval Painted Glass of Boughton Aluph,’ IX: 80-86.
Courtnay Family, IX: 129.
Coxcie, Michel, IX: 77.
Cozens, Zachary, IX: 80.
Cransley Church, IX: 69.
Criol, IX: 83, 85.
Cromwell, IX: 78.
Cromwell, Ralph de, IX: 137.
Cropwell Bishop, IX: 78.
Croy, de, IX: 74.
Croy, Marguerite de, IX: 75.
Croy, Marguerite de, and Savoie, Claudione de, IX: Illus, Fig. 4.
Cunningham, Admiral Sir John, IX: 104.

Daniels, Geo., IX: 72.
Daresbury Church, Cheshire, v70.
Daventry, Viscountess, IX: 103.
Davington, IX: 127. Priory, IX: 127.
Deene, Northants, IX: 128.
Delft, IX: 1.
Diepenbeeck, Abraham van, IX: 76.
Ditcheat, IX: 2.
Doddiscombsleigh, IX: 19.
Dodo, IX: 70.
Don, Dr. A. C., IX: 103.
Dorset, History of, IX: 72.
Dr. A. C. Don, IX: 103.
Dr Potter, IX: 111.
Dr. . G. Potter, IX: 110.
Dr. Wilson, IX: 115.
Drake- Morris, IX: 18, 21.
Drake- Morris, Fred., IX: 15.
Drake- Morris, Frederick, IX: 72.
Drake- Morris, Maurice, IX: 18.
Drake- Morris, Wilfred, on ‘Stained Glass of the Tower of London,’ IX: 24-25.

Earl of Cardigan, IX: 128.
East Bridgford, IX: 60.
Edmund, Earl of Kent, IX: 85.
Edmund (Son of Roger Mortimer), IX: 85.
Edwalton, IX: 78.
Edward II, IX: 85
Edward III, IX: 82.
Edward IV, IX: 2.
Edward Duke of Cornwall, IX: 85.
Eeles, F. C., O.B.E., D.Litt.— on ‘The Advisory Committee System in to Stained Glass,’ IX: 63-67.
Edgmanton, IX: 79.
d'Edgmont, IX: 74.
Elst, Baron Van de, of Vienna, IX: 74.
Ernest H. Sheppard, IX: 102.
Eve, IX: 134.
Eve, Sir Malcom Trustram, IX: 70.
Exeter, IX: 1. Cathedral, IX: 129.
Exhibition, Franco-British, IX: 97.
Extract from C.I.A.D. Recent Activities, IX: 67.


Felibien, IX: 93.
Ferrara, IX: 2.
Fifteen Last Days of the World, IX: 71.
Fitzalan of Clun, IX: 84.
FitzRoy, Capt. Algernon, IX: 103.
Fledborough, IX: 132.
Fletcher, Fred. S., IX: 96.
Fletcher Terry Co., IX: 94.
Flight-Lieutenant Harold (Ben) Pexton, D.F.C., IX: 102.
Flight-Lieutenant W. Kerr-Morgan, IX: 102.
Flodden Field, IX: 116.
Florence, IX: 2.
Flower, Barnard, IX: 25.
Fortescue, Earl, IX: 17.
Fourteenth-Century Jesse Window, IX: Illus. facing p. 110.
Fowler, William, IX: 130.
Free, John, IX: 2.

Galicia, Badge of, IX: 133.
Gardiner, Mrs., IX: 84.
Gascony, IX: 85.
Gedling, IX: 133.
Genealogical Proofs by Halsted, IX: 129.
Gerona, IX: 112.
Gibbs, Roscoe, IX: 19.
Glass, Antique, Manufacture of, by Arthur Marriot Powell, IX: 105.
Glass-blowing, IX: 4 illus. facing 106. IX: 2 illus. facing 107.
Glass Cutter, Excelsior, IX: 95.
Glass Cutting Appliances, IX: 93-96.
Glass, Notes on Old Painted, in St. Luke's, Hollis Croft, Sheffield, by J. B. Himsworth, F.R.S.A., IX: 110.
Glass-painting, Hints on, IX: 105.
Glastonbury, 2, IX: 129.
Glaziers and Painters, Worshipful Company of, IX: 103.
Gonalston, IX: 133.
Grantham, Church of, IX: 128.
Graveley, IX: 102.
Great Malvern Priory, IX: 102.
Griffin, Ralph, F.S.A., IX: 86.
Guarino, IX: 2.
Gunthorpe, Dean of Wells, 2-14.
Gunthorpe, John, 2-14.

Halam, IX: 134. Fourteenth-Century Glass in Quire, IX: Illus. facing 132.
Hamburg, IX: 102.
Hampton Lucy, St. Peter's Church, IX: 129.
Harding. Old (of Blandford), IX: 72.
Hardman, John, Studios, IX: 102.
Harley MS. 3917, IX: 17, British Museum, IX: 80.
Harris, Mr., IX: 112.
Harris (of Harpenden), IX: 111.
Harrison, Rev. F., on ‘The War and the Medieval Glass at York,’ IX: 22-23.
Hawton, IX: 135.
Helbig, Dr. J., on ‘Flemish Glass-Painting, Portraits of Donors in,’ IX: 73.
Henry III, Duke of Brabant, IX: 73.
Henry VI, IX: 137.
Henry VII, IX: 3.
Henry VII of England, IX: 74.
Henry VIII, 2 IX: 4.
Hereford, Earl of, IX: 85.
Heriz, John de, IX: 133.
Herne Church, IX: 85.
Hickling, IX: 135.
Higden, R., IX: 3.
Hilditch, Rev. F. I,. IX: 70.
Hillier, Rev. W. H., IX: 114.
Himsworth, J. R, IX: 111.
Hints on Glass-painting, IX: 105.
Holme-by-Newark, IX: 136. Church, Notts, IX: Illus. facing p. 56.
Holy Blood, Chapel of, Bruges, IX: 74.
Hoo, IX: 83.
Hoo, John de, IX: 85.
Hoo, William de, IX: 85.
Hoogstraten, The Emperor, Charles Quint, IX: Illus., Fig. 6.
Hoogstraten , St. Catherine, IX: 75, 76.
Home, Jacques de, IX: 75.
Home, La Marck de, IX: 74.
Hospital of St. Cross, Winchester, IX: 129.
Hucknall Torkard, IX: 136.
Hutchinson, Mr., IX: 114.

Infanta, Spanish, IX: 74.
Ives, J. R., IX: 95.

Janssens, IX: 77.
Jarvis, Rev. A. C. E., Provost of Sheffield, IX: 111.
Jennings, Mrs. J. M., IX: 114.
Jesse, Tree, IX: 129.
Jesse, Window, IX: 111, 112, 113.
John Hardman's Studios, IX: 102.
John Prudde, IX: 101.
Johnstonec, Hon. Gilbert, IX: 103.

Kempe, Messrs., IX: 115.
King George IV, IX: 127.
King James I, IX: 128.
Kirkby, IX: 83.
Kirkeby, William de, IX: 85.
Kirton, IX: 136.
Knowles, J. A., IX: 1.
Knowles, John A., Bibliography of Works by, IX: 26-29.
Knowles, J. W., IX: 72.
Korean Pottery, Le Blon, IX: 97.

Labaer, Jean de, IX: 76.
Lacy, Bishop, IX: 19.
Ladon, IX: 77.
Lambley, IX: 137.
Lamborn, E. A. Greening, on ‘Armorial Glass of the Enamel Period at Stoke Poges,’ IX: 32-43.
Laneham, IX: 138.
Ledbury, IX: 129.
Leslie Moore, IX: 111.
Leverett, Mass., IX: 94.
Liege, Evrard de la Marck, IX: 75.
Liege, St. Jacques, IX: 75.
Liege, St. Martin, IX: 75.
Linby, IX: 138.
Lincoln, IX: 2.
Lipscomb, History of Bucks, IX: 32.
Liseux, Sir John de, IX: 132.
Little Malvern Priory, IX: 102.
Lockwood Kipling, Mrs., IX: 70.
Longden, Messrs., IX: 111.
Louvain, IX: 73.
Lowick Church, Northants, IX: 128.
Lucerne, IX: 103.
Luneberg, IX: 102.

M. Steinheil, IX: 121.
MacDonald Sisters, IX: 70.
Mace, Thomas, IX: 71.
Magi, IX: 82.
‘Magic Diamond,’ IX: 94.
McCormack, David, Squadron-Leader, IX: 102.
Malvern Hills, IX: 102.
Malvern, Little, Priory, IX: 102.
Mandell, William, D.D., IX: 135.
Manufacture of Antique Glass, The, IX: 105.
Marseilles, William of, IX: 93.
Martyn, Edward, IX: 31.
Mary, Queen of England, IX: 76.
Maximilian of Austria, IX: 75.
Meeden, Gilbert P., IX: 17.
Melos, IX: 97.
Memoria1 Window to Capt. Scott, IX: Illus. facing p. 115.
Merrifield, Mrs., IX: 93.
Mersham, IX: 85.
Middleton Church, Lancs, IX: 116.
Mons, St. Waudru, IX: 75.
Monee, Samuel G., IX: 95.
Monuments and Painted Glass of Upwards of One Hundred Churches in East Kent, 1794, IX: 80.
Moore, IX: 84.
Moore, Leslie, IX: 111.
More, Bertram de la, IX: 85.
More, Ralph de la, IX: 85.
Morgan, Pierpont, IX: 97.
Morgan, W. Kerr, Flight Lieutenant, IX: 102.
Morris, William, IX: 69. Windows, IX: 102.
Mortimer, IX: 85.
Mortimer, Earl of March, IX: 83.
Murray, Dr. A. S., IX: 97.
Musik's Monument, IX: 71.

Narbonne Cathedral, IX: 126.
Neville, Charles, IX: 132.
Newark, Church of, IX: 128.
Nicholson, A. K. Stained Glass Studios, IX: 117.
Nicholson, Sir Charles, IX: 111, 112.
Norbury Church, Derbyshire, IX: 130.
‘Notes on Old Painted Glass formerly in St. Church, Hollis Croft, Sheffield,’ by J. B. Himsworth, F.R.S.A., IX: 110.
Notre Dame, IX: 118.
Notre Dame, Church of, Antwerp, IX: 73.

Oates, Captain, IX: 115.
Obituary-
Obituary, Ginnett, Mr. Louis IX: 139.
Obituary, Harcourt-Smith, Sir Cecil, K.C.V.O., IX: 68.
Obituary, Jones, Rowland George, IX: 68.
Obituary, Lawson, Mr. W. W. IX: 139.
Obituary, Morris, William, IX: 98.
Onerdt, Antonio, IX: 76.
Original Treatises on the Arts of Painting, Vol. II, IX: 93..
Orlay, Bernard Van, IX: 76.
Orley, Bernard Van, IX: 77.
Orton Longueville, Hants, IX: 130.
Osterrath, IX: 77.
Our Lady and Child, IX: 133, 138.

Pari, Jacques de, IX: 72.
Parsons, Rev. Philip, IX: 80.
Paul II, Pope, IX: 2.
Paveley, IX: 82, 83.
Sir Walter de, IX: 84.
Peckitt, Wm., IX: 17, 25.
Pembridge, IX: 82.
Pembrugge, Richard de, IX: 86.
Peterborough Cathedral, IX: 129.
Pexton, Harold (Ben), Flight-Lieutenant, D.F.C., IX: 102.
Pexton, Reginald, IX: 102.
Pexton, Richard, Wing Commander, IX: 103.
Phillip II, IX: 76. Of Spain, IX: Illus., Fig. 7, facing 75.
Philippa, Queen, IX: 82, 85.
Philipott, IX: 83, 84 85.
Philipott, Thomas, IX: 80.
Philpotts, Bishop, IX: 17.
Pike, O. M., IX: 94.
Pluys, IX: 77.
‘Polar History in a Midland Village,’ by H. T. Kirby, IX: 115.
Potter, Dr., Ill, IX: 114.
Potter, Dr. S. G., IX: 110.
Potter, Mrs., IX: 114.
Powell, Arthur, IX: 105.
Poynings, IX: 83, 85.
Poynter, Mrs., IX: 70.
Principles de 1'Architecture, IX: 93.
Priory, Great, Malvern, IX: 102.
Prittlewell, Window at, IX: Plate facing p. 22.
Prudde, John, IX: 101.
Punch, IX: 102.
Purser, Miss Sarah, IX: 31.

Queen Victoria, IX: 127.
Quidenham Church, IX: 69.
Quint, Charles, IX: 73, 74, 76.

Rackham Bernard, IX: 31. Bibliography of Works by, IX: 61-62.
R.A.F., 615 Squadron, IX: 102.
Recent Publications Relating to Glass-Painting, IX: 99.
Reginald Pexton, IX: 102.
Reith, Lord, IX: 70.
Rembrandt, IX: 1.
Rev. A. C. E. Jarvis, Provost of Sheffield, IX: 111.
Richard III, IX: 3.
Richard Pexton, Wing-Commander, IX: 103
Rickmansworth, IX: 129. St. Mary's, IX: 70.
Rombouts, Nicolas, IX: 75.
Roosevelt, IX: 69.
Ross-on-Wye, IX: 102.
Rouen—St. Jean, IX: 70. St. Ouen, IX: 126.
Rubens, IX: 76.
Rugby School Chapel, IX: 130.

Saint Urbain, IX: 125. de Troyes, IX: 121. Troyes, IX: 125.
Sainte Chapelle, IX: 118.
Salisbury, IX: 129.
Salisbury, Cathedral, IX: 104, 136. Window in, IX: Plate facing pp. 28-29.
Salisbury, Frank O., IX: 117.
Salisbury, St. Thomas' Parish Church, IX: 129.
Salting Collection, IX: 97.
Savoy, Claudine de, IX: 75.
Schopper, IX: 1.
Scott, Capt., R.N., IX: 115.
Shaw, Abraham, IX: 94.
Shaw, Joshua, IX: 94.
Sheffield Telegraph, IX: 114.
Sheffield Daily Telegraph, IX: 114.
Shepard, Ernest H., IX: 102.
Sir Charles Nicholson, IX: 111.
Sir Henry Wood Memorial—Stained Glass Window at St. Sepulchre's Church, Holborn Viaduct, London, IX: 117.
Sir John de Lisieux, IX: 132.
Skeat, Francis W., on ‘Salvage of the Damaged Glass of Exeter Cathedral,’ IX: 15-21.
Smith, Gerald E. R., IX: 117.
Smith, William, IX: 97.
Society of Dilettanti, History of the, IX: 98.
South Pole, IX: 115.
Squadron-Leader David McCormack, IX: 102.
St. Alban, IX: 102.
St. Albans, IX: 103.
St. Andrew, IX: 132.
St. Andrew's Church, IX: 104.
St. Augustine, IX: 102.
St. Blaize, IX: 134.
St. Catherine, Church of, Hoogstraten, IX: 74. IIlus., Fig. 2.
St. Cecilia, IX: 117. Pons, IX: 87.
St. Christopher, IX: 81, 82, 134.
St. Edmond, IX: 81, 82.
St. George's Chapel, Windsor, IX: 130.
St. Gommaire, Church of, Lierre, IX: 74. Illus., Fig. 2.
St. Gommaire, Liege, IX: Illus., Fig. 6.
St. Gudule, Brussels, IX: Illus., Fig. 2. Fig. 6. Fig. 3, 74.
St. Jacques, Liege, IX: Illus., Fig. 3.
St. John Baptist, IX: 132.
St. John of Bridlington, IX: 102.
St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, IX: 128.
St. Leger, IX: 82, 83.
St. Lucy and St. Agatha, IX: two Illus. in text, 59.
St. Luke, Gild of, IX: 76.
St. Luke's, Hollis Croft, IX: 111.
St. Margaret, IX: 75.
St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, IX: 103.
St. Martin, Liege, Illus., Fig. 3. (Van Dyck), IX: 103.
St. Michael, IX: 81, 82.
St. Ouen, Rouen, IX: 126.
St. Paul's Cathedral, IX: 2.
St. Rombaut, Church of, IX: 73.
St. Stephen, IX: 87.
St. Thomas of Canterbury, IX: 102.
St. Waudru, Church of, IX: 74.
St. Willibrod, IX: 82.
St. Winefride, IX: 102.
Staff, St. Christopher's, IX: 135.
Stalins, IX: 77. and Janssens, IX: 74.
Stamford, IX: 130.
Start from Scratch, A, IX: 94.
Stephen (father of Maud), IX: 84.
Stoatley, Surrey, IX: 97.
Stoke Poges, Armorial Glass at, IX: 32-43.
Strasbourg, IX: 71.
Streatfeild, IX: 84.
Streatfeild, Rev. Thomas, IX: 80.
Suger, Abbot, IX: 73.

Tadema, Alma, IX: 97.
Talbot Hugh's Collection, IX: 97.
Temeraire, Charles le, IX: 73.
Tenniel, IX: 70.
‘Terra Nova,’ IX: 115.
Terry, Franklin E., IX: 96.
Thanet, Tour through the Isle of, IX: 80.
Thomas Willement—’An Heraldic Glass-Painter's n. Book, by H. T. Kirby, IX: 127, Two Illus. facing p. 127. Book Plate, Illus. on p. 128.
Thompson, Cornelius, IX: 136.
Thulden, Theodore van, IX: 76.
Tours, Cathedral of, IX: 87.
Tower of London, IX: 1.
Troyes—Saint Urbain de, IX: 121. St Urbain, IX: 124.
Truman, Nevil, on ‘Ancient Glass in Nottinghamshire,’ IX: 51-60, 79-79.
Tunstall Church, Kent, IX: 84.
Turner, W. C., IX: 103.

Uffington, Lincs, IX: 37.

Van der Vleit, Etching by, IX: Frontispiece facing p. 1.
Vecken, Jean-Baptiste Van der, IX: 76.
Veken, Van der, IX: 76.
Vellert, Dirick, IX: 76.
Verhaegen, IX: 77.
Victoria and Albert Museum, IX: 70, 74.
Vicil, Le, IX: 93.
Viollet-le-Duc, on ‘Vitrail (Stained-Glass)’ Trans. by Leicester B. Holland), IX: 87-92. Illus., 88, 90, 91, 92.
Virgin- Chapel of Notre-Dame de Semur (Cote-d'Or), IX: 118. Coronation of, IX: 82.
Viscountess Daventry, IX: 103.
‘Vitrail (Stained Glass)’—by Villet-le-Duc, IX: Text Illus. on pp. 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125.
Viollet-le-Duc (Translated by Leicester B. Holland), IX: 118.

Wadham College, Great Hall of, IX: 128.
Wadham, Nicholas, IX: 128.
Walbourg, IX: 71.
Walpole, Horace, IX: 24.
War Damage Commission, IX: 1, 70, 101.
Warwick, Beauchamp Chapel, IX: 101.
Washington, National Press Club, IX: 70.
Watton, Yorks, IX: 102.
Webb, Christopher, IX: 103.
Webb, Mr. IX: 112
Wells, IX: 2, 129.
Westlake, N. H. J., IX: 72.
Westminster, Abbey, IX: 104.
Westminster, St. Margaret's, IX: 103.
White Rabbit, IX: 70.
White, Very Rev. E. Milner, D.S.O., IX: 71.
Whitefriars Glass-Works, IX: 105.
William II, Comte de Namur, IX: 73. Illus., Fig. 1, facing p. 74.
Wilson, Dr. IX: 115.
Winchester, IX: 129. Fromond's Chantry, IX: 71.
Window—at Adwick-le-Street, by Jos. E. Nuttgens, Illus. at Fairbridge Farm School, Vancouver, B.C., by Francis W. Skeat, Illus. at Frilsham Church, Berks, by Jos. E. Nuttgens, IX: Illus. facing p. 139. at Stonyhurst, by Patrick A. Feeny, IX: Illus. facing p. 138.
Windows, Morris, IX: 102.
Windsor, St. George's Chapel, IX: 130.
Winston, IX: 127.
Winston, Charles, IX: 105.
Winston's ‘Enquiry,’ IX: 131.
Wixford Church, Warwickshire, 15th-century glass secured and releaded, 1930-31, IX: two Illus., facing p. 64.
Woodforde, Rev. Christopher, IX: 135. On ‘Medieval Leaden Ventilating Panels at Wells and Glastonbury, IX: 44-50. On ‘John Gunthorpe—Dean of Wells,’ IX: 2-14.
Woore, Ed., Window by, IX: Illus. facing pp. 28-29.
Wormald, Francis, IX: 86.
Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass, IX: 103.
Wren, Christopher, IX: 128.

Xanten, IX: 71.

Yarraville, Australia, IX: 102.
York, IX: 1.
York, All Saints', North Street, IX: 71.
York, Margaret of, IX: 73.
York, St. John's, Micklegate, IX: 71.
York Churches—
York, All Saints, IX: 23.
York, St. Martins, IX: 23.





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