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An Apology for The Revival of Christian Architecture in England. By A. Welby Pugin, Architect, Professor of Ecclesiastical antiquities of St. Marie's College, Oscot.

Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin

RA Collection: Book

Record number




London: John Weale, M.CCM.XLIII

Physical Description

[8], 51, [1] p., 10 numbered leaves of plates including the frontis.: illus.; 252 mm.

General Note

The verso of page 51 is 'Description of the Revived Church Ornaments figured in Plate X.' Printer statement is on the verso of the half-title: 'London: Printed by W. Hughes, King's Head Court, Gough Square.'

Binding Note

Green publisher's binding with spine lettered 'Pugin's Apology for the Revival of Christian Archite in England' and 'John Weal[e] MDCCCXLII[I]'.


Architecture and religion, Architecture, Gothic, Gothic revival (Architecture) England


Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, source artist
John Weale, publisher/bookseller
William Hughes, printer

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