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Revd. Alfred Barry
Dr. Barry's Reply To Mr. E. Pugin. - Postscript To Second Edition. - (London:: (1868.)
The Architect Of The New Palace At Westminster. - A Reply To A Pamphlet By E. Pugin, Esq., Entitled "Who Was The Art-Architect Of The Houses Of Parliament?" By Alfred Barry, D.D., Principal Of Cheltenham College. Second Edition. - London:: 1868.
Recollections of A. N. Welby Pugin, and his father, Augustus Pugin; With Notices of their Works. By Benjamin Ferrey, Architect, F.R.I.B.A. with an appendix by E. Sheridan Purcell, Esq. - London: 1861
Il Torneo Di Bonaventura Pistofilo Nobile Ferrarese Dottor Di Legge E Cavaliere Nel Teatro Di Pallade dell'ordine Militare, et Accademico. All' Illmo. Sig. Michelangelo Baglioni Marchese Di Morcone. - In Bologna: 
Edward Welby Pugin
Notes On The Reply Of The Rev. Alfred Barry, D.D. Principal of Cheltenham College, To The "Infatuated Statements" Made By E.W. Pugin, On The Houses of Parliament. By E. Welby Pugin. - Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged. - - London:: 1868.
Who Was The Art Architect Of The Houses of Parliament. - A Statement Of Facts, Founded On The Letters Of Sir Charles Barry And The Diaries Of Augustus Welby Pugin, By E. Welby Pugin. Most Respectfully Dedicated To The Right Honourable And Honourable The Lords And Commons Of Great Britain And Ireland. - Price Two Shillings. - - London:: 1867.
Augustus Charles Pugin
Examples of Gothic architecture; selected from various ancient edifices in England: consisting of plans, elevations, sections, and parts at large; calculated to exemplify the various styles, and the practical construction of this admired class of architecture: accompanied by historical and descriptive accounts. By A. Pugin, - Architect. The literary part by E. J. Willson, F.S.A. - London: 1831-1838
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
Specimens Of Gothic Architecture; Selected From Various Ancient Edifices In England: Consisting Of Plans, Elevations, Sections, And Parts At Large; Calculated To Exemplify The Various Styles, And The Practical Construction Of This Admired Class Of Architecture: Accompanied By Historical and Descriptive Accounts. By A. Pugin, - Architect. Third Edition, Corrected and Revised. The Literary Part By E. J. Willson. [The Literary Part By E. J. Willson. Second Edition, Corrected.] Vol. I [II]. - London: 1825[-1826]
Gothic Fvrnitvre in the style of the 15th centry designed & etched by A W N Pugin - London: Pubd April 1st 1835
Details of antient timber houses of the 15th & 16th centries selected from those existing at Rouen, Caen, Beauvais, Gisors, Abbeville, Strasbourg etc. drawn on the spot & etched by A Welby Pugin - [London]: Anno Christi 1836
The True Principles Of Pointed Or Christian Architecture: Set Forth In Two Lectures Delivered At St. Marie's, Oscott, By A. Welby Pugin, Architect, And Professor Od Ecclesiastical Antiquities In That College. - London: 
Glossary Of Ecclesiastical Ornament And Costume, Compiled and Illustrated from Antient Authorities and Examples, by A. Welby Pugin, Architect, Professor Of Ecclesiastical Antiquities At St. Maries College, Oscott. With Extracts From The Works Of Durandus, Georgius, Bona, Catalani, Gerbert, Martene, Molanus, Thiers, Mabillon, Ducange, Etc. Faithfully Translated By The Rev. Bernard Smith, Of St. Maries College, Oscott. - London: 
A Treatise on Chancel Screens and Rood Lofts, Their Antiquity, Use and Symbolic Signification. By A. Welby Pugin, Architect. Illustrated With Figures Copied On Stone From Drawings By The Author. [Proverbs 22:28 from the Latin Vulgate] - London: 1851
Contrasts; Or, A Parallel Between The Noble Edifices Of The Fourteenth And Fifteenth Centuries, And Similar Buildings Of The Present Day; Shewing The Present Decay Of Taste: Accompanied by appropriate Text. By A. Welby Pugin, Architect. - London: 
designs for Iron & Brass work in the style of the xv and xvi centuries drawn and etched by A W N Pugin - London: Febry 1st 1836
Designs for Gold & Silversmiths - London: A D 1836
The present state of ecclesiastical architecture in England. By A. Welby Pugin, Architect. With Thirty-six Illustrations. Republished from the Dublin Review. - London: 1843
Floriated Ornament: A Series of Thirty-one Designs. By Augustus Welby Pugin, Architect. [Two-line quotation from Matthew 6:28-29] - London: 
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. - London: 
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