1 edition of Instrumenta ecclesiastica found in the catalog.
Contains first series and parts 1-5 of the second series.
|Statement||edited by the Ecclesiological late Cambridge Camden Society.|
|LC Classifications||NA4950 I57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 (v. 1,  leaves, 72 leaves of plates ; v. 2,  leaves, 30 leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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HISTORIAM ECCLESIASTICAM GENTIS ANGLORUM. LIBER QUINTUS  Successit autem uiro Domini Cudbercto in exercenda uita solitaria, quam in insula Farne ante episcopatus sui tempora gerebat, uir uenerabilis Oidiluald, qui multis annis in monasterio, quod dicitur Inhrypum, acceptum presbyteratus officium condignis gradu ipse consecrabat ut meritum, . George Edmund Street was the son of a London solicitor, and he was educated to follow in his father's footsteps, but in , less than a year after his father's death, he was articled to a Winchester architect, Owen Browne Carter. From he was assistant to George Gilbert Scott, and in he set up his own g: Instrumenta ecclesiastica.
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Slight browning at outer margin of plates, and occasional offsetting from plates on facing text leaves (as often with this book). Mid nineteenth century engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Robert Scott Murray, Danesfield, Bucks., (a member of the Cambridge Camden Society).
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Title: Instrumenta Ecclesiastica. Editor: Ecclesiological late Cambridge Camden Society (British, 19th century) Publisher: John van Voorst (London) Published in: London.
Date: Medium: Illustrations: etching, engraving. Dimensions: 7 1/2 x 8 7/8 x 1 9/16 in. (19 x x 4 cm) Classification: Books. THE MAKING OF TH E VICTORIAN ORGAN Cambridge Universit y Pre ss - The Making of the Victorian Organ Instrumenta Ecclesiastica () (University Library, Cambridge) 50 St Michael's College, Tenbury (H.
Stubington) Davison Shop Books (MS 3: f. 47) Instrumenta Ecclesiastica () (University Library, Cambridge) 50 St Michael's College, Tenbury (H. Stubington) 51 Sherborne Abbey (Andrew Freeman/British Organ Archive) 52 Ely Cathedral (E.
Adcock) 53 Alexandra Palace 54 St Martin-in-the-Fields, London (H. Lilley) 55 St Pancras Parish Church, London (G. Benham) All this is ample material for the book which is in train, but I want to give a clear particular by the designs by William Butterfield in Instrumenta Ecclesiastica. Looking Forwards-An Introduction to the East Rounton Estate fig 4 Rounton Grange, East Grange (Philip Webb.
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This edition was published ina year after Carpenter's death from tuberculosis at the age of 42 at his home in nation: Anglican.
The Great Organ was identical to that provided for the Hill & Son organ installed in the Independent Church, Collins Street, Melbourne.
The oak casework resembles a drawing provided by William Butterfield for the book Instrumenta Ecclesiastica edited by the Ecclesiological Society and published in. His original design was published by the Cambridge Camden Society (later the Ecclesiological Society) in their manual of advice, Instrumenta Ecclesiastica in The society promoted correct church furnishings and appointed William Butterfield to design these for them.
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