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Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on Burton Agnes and Barlborough in Yorkshire, and Chastleton in Oxfordshire. The tendency,....
" Burton Agnes and Barlborough in Yorkshire, and Chastleton in Oxfordshire. The tendency, however, was to break away from the quadrangular plan inclosed on all four sides. When Dr. Caius built his New Court at Caius College, Cambridge, in 1565, he expressly... "
A Short History of Renaissance Architecture in England, 1500-1800 - Page 52
by Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield - 1904 - 323 pages
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The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge, and of ..., Volume 1

Robert Willis - Architecture - 1886
...forbids the erection of any building which shall completely close in the south side of his College, " lest the air, from being confined within a narrow space should become foul, and so do harm to us, and still more to Gonvile's College." The same anxiety for cleanliness appears in...
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A History of Renaissance Architecture in England, 1500-1800, Volume 1

Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield - Architects - 1897
...architectural effect. Instances of this are found at Chequers' Court, near Tring, Godinton in Kent, Burton Agnes and Barlborough in Yorkshire, and Chastleton...the gatehouse side with its tall tower. The entrance was set back, either as a projecting bay in the centre of the main fagade which gives the familiar...
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A History of Renaissance Architecture in England, 1500-1800, Volume 1

Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield - Architects - 1897
...inclosed on all four sides. When Dr. Caius built his New Court at Caius College, Cambridge, in 1 565, he expressly forbade the closing in of the court on...the gatehouse side with its tall tower. The entrance was set back, either as a projecting bay in the centre of the main fa9ade which gives the familiar...
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The Story of Cambridge

Charles William Stubbs - Cambridge (England) - 1905 - 355 pages
...left open, and the erection of buildings on this, side is expressly forbidden by one of his statutes, lest the air from being confined •within a narrow space should become foul. The same care is shewn in another statute which imposes on any one who throws dirt or offal into the...
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