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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS


INDEX VOLUME VII



Abbey Folk Park, New Barnet, VII: 153.
Acezat, VII: 98.
Angers- Glass at, VII: 90 note. Tapestries at, VII: 76.
Annesley, VII: 20, 21, 22.
Antwerp Cathedral, VII: 154.
Arkesden, VII: 66.
Asciotti, importer of glass, VII: 45.
Athens, VII: 108.
Augsburg, VII: 6, and Fig. 1, p. 8.
Auxerre, VII: 78.

Backler, VII: 45.
Barillet, VII: 98.
Barnack, VII: 134.
Bataille, Nicholas, tapestry maker, VII: 76.
Bateman, Mr., VII: 45.
Baker, Dr. Stanley, VII: 59, 60, 153.
Belhus, VII: 68.
Binnall, Peter B. G., on ‘The Remaining Painted Glass in Tattershall Church, Lincolnsshire,’ VII: 80-85.
Birch, , W. de Gray, writer, VII: 76.
‘Bird's-Eye View in Stained Glass, by Dr. J. Helbig, VII: 110-115.
Bloomfield quoted, VII: 14.
Book Reviews—
‘Stained Glass of York Minster,’ VII: 102. ‘Glass in Architecture and Decoration,’ VII: 193. ‘Purpose in Design,’ VII: 193.
Botticelli, His ‘Birth of Venus,’ VII: 9 note.
Bourges VII: 7, 75, 179.
Bradford, Earl of, VII: 45.
Broughton on Church, wall painting in, VII: 13.
Burghley House, Stamford, VII: 80.
Byron quoted, VII: 45.

Cambridge- King's College Chapel, VII: 103. Corpus Christi College, VII: 135. Gonville and Caius, VII: 135. Queens' College, VII: 138. Hospital of St. John, VII: 189. King's Hall, VII: 189.
Catholicon Anglicum, VII: 136.
Canterbury, VII: 7, 8, 61, 108.
Carnarvon, Marquis of, VII: 46.
Chamber, John, VII: 159.
Chantilly, VII: 30.
Chartres, VII: 7, 75, 87, 90 note, 96, 141, 155.
Chaucer quoted, VII: 13.
Chaudiere, VII: 97.
Chenu, Normandy, VII: 64.
Chesterton, G. K., Memorial to, VII: 1.
Chevenix, Mrs., toy dealer, VII: 45.
Chronological List of English Glass-Paintings, VII: 152.
Claud of Marseilles, VII: 190.
Clayton and Bell, VII: 52, 70, 72 note.
‘Clemency and Harshness of Fate,’ by Dr. J. Helbig, VII: 160-163.
Coffetier, VII: 42 note.
Colley Cibber, VII: 46.
Correspondence—
Exhibition of Drawings at the Victoria and Albert Museum, VII: 57.
Chronological List of English Glass-Paintings, VII: 57, 106.
Introduction to the Study of Painted Glass, VII: 58.
The Authorship of Windows in Southwold Church, Suffolk, VII: 58.
Crewkerne, Plate facing, VII: 52.
Culmer, Richard, iconoclast, VII: 4.
 
Dallaway quoted, VII: 45.
Davies, A. J., VII: 59.
Decorchemont, VII: 98, 99.
Dininghoff, Bernard, VII: 155.
Dortmund, Mathias, VII: 116-119.
 Drake, Maurice, historian, VII: 75.
D'Tournel, VII: 98.
Durand, M. P., VII: 91 note.
Durham Account Rolls, VII: 137.
 
Eastlake, ‘History of Gothic Revival,’ VII: 46.
Ecouen, VII: 30.
Egmanton, Notts., VII: 22.
Exeter, VII: 51.

Faculty Jurisdiction and the Craftsman, VII: 182-183.
‘Fourteenth-Century Glass in North Luffenham Church,’ by the Rev. Christopher Woodforde, VII: 69-73.

Gaudin, M. Felix, VII: 109.
Gerente, M. A., VII: 42 note.
‘Gild Windows,’ by J. A. Knowles, VII: 164-168.
Gilling Castle, VII: 155.
Glass, Cost of, VII: 84.
Glass, Importation of, VII: 75.
Glass-Painters' Gild, Arms of, VII: 158.
Gordon, Jan, on ‘The Great Windows of Liverpool Cathedral,’ VII: 27, 28.
Great Burstead, VII: 65.
Great Dunmow, VII: 67, and Pl. III, facing p. 64.
Great Leighs, VII: 65, 66.
Gruber, VII: 98.
Grylls, Rev. Henry, VII: 51.
Gyles, Nicholas, VII: 137.
Gyles, Edmund, VII: 137.
Gyles, Henry, VII: 137, 158.
 
Hanssen, VII: 98.
Hedgland, VII: 51.
Helbig, Dr. J., on ‘The Clemency and Harshness of Fate,’ VII: 160-163. The Bird's-Eye View in Stained Glass of
the Middle Ages, VII: 110.
Henham, VII: 67, and Pl. IV, facing p. 64.
Hennequin of Bruges, designer, VII: 76.
Hereford Cathedral, VII: 59, 122.
Hesset, Suffolk, wall painting at, VII: 16.
Heydon Church, Norfolk, VII: 14.
Hogan, James H., VII: 27.
Holland, Leicester B., trans. of ‘Vitrail,’ VII: 29-44, 86-96.
Hutton Castle, VII: 109.
Hurstmonceaux Castle, VII: 68, and Pl. VI, facing p. 64.
 
James, Dr. M. R., VII: 15.
Jervais, VII: 45.
 
Kempe, VII: 52.
Knowles, J. A., quoted VII: 75, 77. On ‘Leaded Lights and Ornamental Glazing,’ VII: 134-138, 184-191. On ‘Stained Glass at the Paris Exhibition,’ VII: 97-99. On ‘The Church of the Glass-Painters, St. Helen's Church, York,’ VII: 156-159. On ‘Gild Windows,’ VII: 164-168.

Labouret, Jean, VII: 97, 98.
Lassus, VII: 91 note.
‘Leaded Lights and Ornamental Glazing,’ by J. A. Knowles, VII: 134-138, 184-191.
Le Chevallier, VII: 98.
Le-Duc, Viollet, quoted, VII: 78. On ‘Stained Glass,’ VII: 86-96, 139-145, 169-181.
Leicester Museum, VII: 22.
Le Mans, VII: 6, 7, 40 note, 63, 67, 90 note, 96.
Lethaby, Prof., quoted, VII: 8, 12.
Lincoln, VII: Fig. 2, p. 11, and 12, 79.
Liverpool Cathedral, VII: 2.
Lorin, VII: 97.
Ludlow, VII: 19, 135.
Lusson, VII: 42 note.
 
Male, Emile, archaeologist, VII: 74, 75.
Malvern, VII: 85.
Mann, Sir Horace, VII: 46.
Market Weighton, VII: 2.
Mazetier, VII: 98.
‘Medieval Campaign against Blasphemy,’ - Christopher Woodforde, VII: 13-17.
‘Medieval Glass in Holme-by-Newark, Notts.,’ Nevil Truman, VII: 20-26.
‘Medieval Heraldry in Painted Glass,’ F. Sydney Eden, VII: 63-68.
Merevale, VII: 19.
Millican, Col. H. C., Obituary Notice of, VII: 151.
Minster, VII: 51.
 
Nicholson, A. K., Obituary Notice of, VII: 52.
Norris, Dom Charles, O.S.B., on ‘Stained Glass,’ VII: 3-12, 74-79, 120-130.
North Luffenham, VII: 69-73.
Nuttgens, VII: 1.
 
Ossory, Countess of, VII: 46.
Ott freres, VII: 98.
Oudinot, VII: 32 note.
Owst, Dr. G. R., quoted, VII: 13,14.
Oxford Cathedral, VII: 21.

Paris, St. Nicholas du Chardonnet, VII: 154.
Parst, C. and R., VII: 98.
Peckitt, William, VII: 46, 159.
Petty, Sir John, VII: 156, 158.
Pewterer's Hall, VII: 138.
Pineau, VII: 98.
Pirmel, Arms of, VII: 63.
Preston, Robert, VII: 158.
Promptorium Parvulorum, VII: 136.
Prudde, John, VII: 129.

Quarries scratched with diamond, VII: 2.

Rackharn, Bernard, VII: 47.
Raine, Rev. Angelo, VII: 157.
Ratisbon, VII: 114.
Ray, Itinerary, VII: 135.
Read, Prof. Herbert, historian, VII: 75, 76.
Recent Publications relating to Glass-Painting, VII: 56-57, 104-105, 148-149, 194.
Reyre, Mile. Valentine, VII: 98.
Rheims, VII: 60, 154.
Rievaulx, VII: 4, n. 2.
Rivenhall, VII: 64.
Rouen, St. Ouen, VII: 124.
Rushforth, G. McN., VII: 50. Obituary Notice of, VII: 151.

Saint Denis, VII: 110.
St. Denis, VII: 75.
St. Donats Castle, Glamorgan, VII: 155.
St. Neot, Cornwall, VII: 50.
St. Sophia, Constantinople, Mosaics at, VII: 34.
St. Teath, VII: 51.
Salisbury, VII: 7, 60, 79.
Salisbury, St. Thomas Church, VII: 3.
Scott, Adrian Gilbert, architect, VII: 1.
‘Secular Pedigree Windows,’ by F. Sydney Eden, VII: 18, 19.
String, Kent, VII: 64.
Shalord, VII: 65.
Shirwyn, Thomas, VII: 159.
Shrewsbury, VII: 19.
Simon, M. Jacques, VII: 60, 154.
Soissons, VII: 78.
Stained Glass Windows as Presents, VII: 154.
‘Stained Glass at the Paris Exhibition,’ by J. A. Knowles, VII: 97-99.
‘Stained Glass, An Introduction to its History and Appreciation,'' by Dom Charles Norris, VII: 3-12, 74-79, 120-130.
Stained and Painted Glass, Notice of, VII: 59.
Steeple Bumpstead, VII: 67, and Plate V, facing p. 66.
Stenheil, VII: 42 note.
Stamford, St. Martin's, VII: 80.
Suger, Abbot, VII: 75.

Talbot, Bishop of Durham, VII: 46.
Thanksgiving Windows, VII: 61, 62.
Thaxted, Essex, VII: 18 and plate.
Theophilus, VII: 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 93.
Tours, Treaty concluded at, VII: 75.
Troyes, VII: 78. S. Nixier, VII: 10 note.
Tunnoc, Richard, bell-founder, VII: 156.
Twygge, Richard, VII: 85.
 
Vendome, VII: 90, 96.
‘'Vitrail' (Stained Glass),’ by Viollet-le-Duc, VII: 29-44, 86-96, 139-145, 169-181.
 
Walpole, Horace, Catalogue of the Sale of Stained Glass, VII: 45-49, 100-101, 131-133,
192. His Collection of Stained Glass at Strawberry Hill, VII: 1.
Walsham-le-Willows, Wall painting at, VII: 16, and plate, p. 17.
Warwick, Beauchamp Chapel, VII: 129.
Water Perry, Oxon, VII: 20.
Wells Cathedral, VII: 123, 124.
Westlake, N. H. J., VII: 72, and note, 74, 75.
Westminster Abbey, VII: 85, 155.
Whitford, Richard, Werke for Housholders, quoted, VII: 14.
Wimbish, VII: 65, 66.
Winchester College Chapel, VII: 59, 102.
Winchester Fromonds Chantry, VII: 164.
Winchester Hall, VII: 135, 184.
Winscombe, VII: 103.
Wippell & Co., VII: 51.
Winterfeld, Louise von, on ‘Mathias Dortmund, glass-painter,’ VII: 116, 119.
Witton, John, VII: 158, 159 note.
William of Marseilles, VII: 190.
Wodshawe, Thomas, VII: 85.
Wollaston, Sir Gerald G. Woods, Vice-President, VII: 62.
Woodforde, Rev. Christopher, on ‘The Fourteenth-Century Glass in North Luffenham Church, Rutland,’ VII: 69-73. Book Review by, VII: 102.
Woodham Ferrers, VII: 64.
Worcester, VII: 19.
Wright, English Dialect Dictionary, VII: 17.
Wykeham, William of, VII: 60.
Wymondeswalde, John, VII: 84.

York Minster, VII: 77, 134, 135, 166.
York Churches—
York, Holy Trinity, VII: 164, 165.
York, St. John's, VII: 164.
York, St. Martin-le-Grand, VII: 164, 166, 167.
York, St. Michael-le-Belfrey, VII: 164, 166, 167.
York, All Saints', North Street, VII: 165.
York, St. Helen's, VII: 156-159.
York, St. Martin-le-Grand, VII: 134.





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