A series of views, illustrative of Pugin's Examples of Gothic Architecture: sketched from nature, and drawn on stone, by Joseph Nash, pupil to Augustus Pugin. With letter-press descriptions, by W. H. Leeds.
RA Collection: Book
London: Published by A. Pugin, at his office, 105, Great Russell, Bloomsbury, M.DCCC.XXX 
iv, 20 p., additional lithographed title-plate, 22 lithographed plates: illus.; 285 mm.
This work was issued as a supplement to volume I of Augustus Pugin's 'Examples of Gothic architecture' (1831) and appears bound at the end of this library's copy of volume I (q.v.). The lithographic title-plate is lettered 'views illustrative of pugin's Examples of Gothic architecture' within an image of the gateway of Parsonage House, Croydon. The title-plate is dated March 1830. The printer statement appears on the verso of the title-page: 'London: J. Moyes, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.' One of the plates,' Archbishop's Palace, Croydon' [plate 8], appears in this copy to be cut and pasted to a sheet at the end of the work with a note in pencil written above: 'This is Plate 8. Guard Chamber Croydon Palace issued only as a tailpiece.'
As bound at the end of another work, this publication is found in a volume with spine title, 'Pugin's Gothic Architecture', 'Vol. I.' and 'R.A.'
Architecture, Gothic England