Restoration of the Church of Saint Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol

an appeal by the Vicar, churchwardens, and Vestry : with an abstract of reports by Messrs. Britton and Hosking : and engraved plan and views of the church.
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Printed for the Vestry , Bristol
St. Mary Redcliffe (Church : Bristol, Eng
ContributionsWhish, M. R., Britton, John, 1771-1857 (association), Loudon, J. C. 1783-1843. (association), Britton, John, 1771-1857, Hosking, William, 1800-1861., St. Mary Redcliffe (Church : Bristol, England)
The Physical Object
Pagination[3]-26, [6] p., [4] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL19265141M

Mary Redcliffe, Bristol: Great Service Of Thanksgiving For The Restoration Of The Church [] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol: Great Service Of Thanksgiving For The Restoration Of The Church. In later years Pulham restored both the interior and exterior of many churches with his cement, not only in Hertfordshire, but as far afield as St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol.’ The restoration at St Mary’s was done under the direction of the architect, George Goodwin, and James Wilson discovered a set of plaster models of the North Doorway that would almost certainly have been Pulham’s work.

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BRISTOL. ST REDCLIFFE WAY, Redcliff /42/ (South side) 08/01/59 Church of St Mary Redcliffe. GV I. Church.

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Late C12 inner N porch; c lower part of tower and W wall; c outer N porch; c S porch, transept and aisle. Mary Redcliffe Description: Registers Incumbent Churchwardens Vestry Deeds Parochial Church Council Overseers of the Poor Charities Chantries Schools Societies Waywardens Church Restoration St Mary, Barnard's Place.

Note: This collection is currently being Catalogued. The resulting labyrinth was created based on one depicted on a boss of St.

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Mary Redcliffe. The pipe water fills this labyrinth, the water flowing around the pattern. From the Park, under the railway and down Spring Lane, the pipe travelled over Bedminster bridge and up to the church to fill a tank in the church yard and flow from a lion headed.