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  1. In 1863, William Burges gained his first major architectural commission, Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork, at the age of 35. In the following twelve years, his architecture, metalwork, jewellery, furniture and stained glass led his biographer, J. Mordaunt Crook to suggest that Burges rivaled Pugin as "the greatest art-architect of the Gothic Revival".

  2. British artists: List of great British artists and index to where their art can be viewed at art museums worldwide.

  3. Burges Snail - Juniper Built between 1869 and 1874, Knightshayes Court in Devon was designed for the Heathcoat Amory family by the Gothic Revivalist architect and interior designer William Burges. An eccentric and, at-times, controversial character, he designed some of the most original and extravagant Victorian interiors, sometimes while dressed in medieval costumes.

  4. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666 (from book published 1912 by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage ...

  5. Designed by William Burges and consecrated in 1870, the Cathedral lies on a site where Christian worship has been offered since the seventh century right up until today. This website is designed to share with you the beauty and historic significance of the Cathedral’s architecture alongside its current life and witness of worship and service in the name of Jesus Christ.

  6. 19/01/2021 · Destaca la torre del homenaje, de época normanda (siglo XI), que fue erigida sobre la fortaleza romana, hoy la visita descubre sus dependencias profusamente decoradas que recrean la época medieval, y que fueron construidas en el siglo XIX por el arquitecto y diseñador William Burges.

  7. On 17 May 1636, Hale was called to the Bar by Lincoln's Inn, and immediately became the pupil of William Noy. Hale and Noy became close friends, to the point where he was referred to as "the young Noy", and more crucially he also met and befriended John Selden, a "man of almost universal learning, whose theories were to dominate much of [Hale's] later thought".