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Studies And Examples Of The Modern School Of English Architecture. - The Travellers' Club House, By Charles Barry, Architect: Illustrated By Drawings Made By Mr. Hewitt, And Engraved By Mr. J.H. Le Keux. Accompanied By An Essay On The Present State Of Architectural Study And The Revival Of The Italian Style, By W.H. Leeds, Editor Of The Illustrations Of The Public Buildings Of London, &c. &c. - London:: 
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.
Benjamin Robert Haydon
Thoughts On The Relative Value Of Fresco And Oil Painting, As Applied To The Architectural Decorations Of The Houses Of Parliament; Read At The Friday Evening Meeting At The Royal Institution, Albemarle Street, March 4, 1842. By B.R. Haydon, Historical Painter. - London:: 1842.
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.
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