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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS

INDEX VOLUME I


Note. Each of the five numbers or parts of the Journal composing this volume is paginated separately. The upper case Roman numerals in the Index entries refer to the volume number and the lower case Roman numerals refer to the parts. A page reference in italic type indicates a black and white illustration. The plates, although not themselves numbered, are more treated as five separate serifs, abbreviation Pl., Roman numerals.
A name of a place without further n. indicates a reference to glass actually or recorded as formerly existing there.
A name of a person without further not, indicates an artist of glass actually or recorded as formerly existing. In the case of a medieval artist, where the reference is as a rule to a quotation from a document, the Christian names are given; in that of a modern artist, initials only in addition to the surname.
References following the names of Officers and Members of the Society are to the pages where they first occur.


Abbeville, I iv: 22, and Pl. V.
Abbott, J. H., Fellow, I v: 42
Aikman, W., Member of Council, I i: i.
Albans, St., I iii: 60.
Almayn, John, mentioned, I iv: 35.
Alsted, John, I v: 35.
Alverthorpe, I iii: 13.
‘America, Pioneers of Glass-Painting in,’ I ii: 54.
‘America, Pioneers of Glass-Painting in,’ Stained Glass Association of, I iii: 26.
American Design for Lead Light, I v: Pl. VII.
‘America, Pioneers of Glass-Painting in,’ Glass-Painters, Gift of Glass by, I v: 4. See also under United States.
Andrew the Smith, I v: 31, 32, 33.
Antwerp, I iv: 43.
‘Architecture and Stained Glass,’I ii: 5.
Arnold, H., see Saint, L. B.
Athelard, John, I iv: 16; I v: 31, 32, 33, 34, 36.
atte Wode, John, I v: 31, 32, 33, 35.
Aukland, William De, I v: 21, 24.
Austrian Paintings on Glass, I ii: 1.
Avery, G. C., on ‘The Manufacture of Sheet Glass in Roman Times,’ I ii: 54.

Backler, Mr., mentioned, I v: 5.
Bacon, P. C. H., Member of Council, I i: i.
Bacon, P. C. H., on ‘The Fifteenth Century Jesse Window at Margaretting,’ I iii: 8, and Pl. I.
Bacon, P. G., Hon. Secretary, I iv: 1; I v: 47.
Badckewold, Thomas De, I v: 33.
Baguley, C. C., Fellow, I i: ii.
Ballantyne, J., Senior, I iv: 5.
Bacon, P. G., Junior, mentioned, I iv: 4.
Barker, E. W., Associate, I i: iii.
Batty, B., Associate, I i: iii.
Bacon, P. G., Glass exhibited by, I ii: 34.
Bayne, R. C., Member of Council, I i: i.
Bayne, R. C., Glass exhibited by, I ii: 32.
Bayne, R. C., on ‘Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass,’ I ii: 45.
Beaumaris, I ii: 34. 35.
Beauvais, I iii: 11.
Begge, Robert, mentioned. I iii: 42.
Beham, Hans Sebald, Prints by, copied in stained glass. I v: 43.
Bell, C. J., Member of Council, I iv: 45.
Bell, J. C., Fellow, I i: ii.
Bell, J. C., on ‘The Introduction of the Glaziers' Diamond,’ I ii: 52.
Bell, J. C., on ‘Test to distinguish Ancient Glass from Modern,’ I iv: 52.
Bell, R., Member of Council, I i: i.
Bell, J. C., Drawings by, I ii: 32.
Bell, R. Anning, I ii: 2, on ‘Wall Paintings at Eton College,’ I i: 35.
Benson, G., on ‘A Delineator of Ancient Painted Glass, John Browne of York,’ I v: 12 and Pl. III.
Berdefeld, Henry, I v: 34.
Betton, Sir John, I ii: 6.
Betton and Evans, I iii: 14; I iv: 23.
Beverley, I iv: 29.
‘Biblia Pauperum,’ designs from the, copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 42.
Birmingham, Art Students from, competing with Artists, I iv: 46; I v: 42.
Blackeney, I ii: 41.
Blanchford, H., Fellow, I i: ii.
Bledington, I iii: 14; I v: 38.
Blomfield, Sir Reginald, Vice President, I i: i.
Blumenstein, I v: 36.
Bocher, Peter, I v: 35.
Bolton-Percy, I iii: 36.
Boneston, Thomas De, mentioned, I v: 17, 26.
Bonner, Mrs., Fellow, I i: ii.
Boston, Massachusetts, I iv: 12.
Boston, Thomas, I v: 33.
Bownde, Richard, I ii: 33.
Bowness-on-Windermere, I iii: 14.
Brompton or De Brampton, John, I iv: 14; I v: 33, 34, 35.
Braughing, I v: 39.
British Society of Master Glass-Painters, Reports of First Meeting, December 1923, I i: 35; of Council Meetings, March-June 1926, I v: 41; of Fourth Annual Meeting, I ii: 28; of Fifth Annual Meeting, I iii: 31; of Sixth Annual Meeting, I v: 45; Annual Report of Council, 1926, I v: 47.
Bromle, Bromlee or De Brunle, William, I v: 31, 33, 35.
Broughton, I ii: 53.
‘Browne, John, of York, Delineator of Ancient Painted Glass,’ I v: 12 and Plate III.
Browne, John, of York, Drawings by, reproduced, I v: 15.
Brussels, I iv: 43.
Brydone, T. S., Associate, I i: iii.
Buckler, C. D., his bequest to Westminster Abbey, I iii: 4.
Burgh, John, I iv: 35; I v: 21, 24.
Burgh, William, I iv: 35.
Burton, John, I v: 31, 32.
Bury, Eduard De, I v: 35.
Bury St. Edmunds, I iii: 4, 11.

Cambridge, King's College Chapel, I ii: 32.
Cambridge, King's Hall, I iv: 20.
Camm, Miss F., Cartoon by, reproduced, I v: 3.
Canada, I iv: 4.
Canterbury, I iii: 11, I iv: 18, 52.
Cardigan, I ii: 34, 53; I iii: 13; I iv: 34.
Carleton, John, I v: 31, 35.
‘Cartoons for Stained Glass, Mediaeval Methods of employing,’ I iii: 35.
Caudebec, I iii: 11.
Chamber or Chaumbre, John, I iv: 33; I v: 24.
Chamber or Chaumbre, John, The Younger, I iii: 36.
Chartres, I iii: 1, 11, 35, 37; I iv: 18, 30 and Pl. VII.
Cheney, L., Drawing by, reproduced, I iii: 3.
Chenu-Sur-Sarthe, Glass formerly at, I iii: 20.
Chestre, John De, I iv: 15; I v: 31, 32, 33, 34. 35.
Chiddingfold, Mediaeval Glasshouses at, I i: 11; I iv: 35.
Chilton, Miss M., Fellow, I: ii; I ii: 38 and PI. III.
Chilton, Miss M., Cartoons by, I ii: 34; I iii: 14.
Cirencester, I v: 38.
Clissold, C. H., I iv: 6
Clocaenog, I v: 55.
Cockenzie, I ii: 34, 38, and Pl. III.
Coldingham, I iv: 20.
Colke, John. I v: 24.
Coin-Rogers, I v: 38.
Cologne, I iii: 37; exhibition of Stained Glass and Mosaics at, I iii: 1.
Conches, I iii: 43.
Connick, C. J., I iv: 4; on ‘Christopher Whall, Artist and Craftsman.’ I iv: 9.
Corbould, R., Fellow, I i: ii.
Cortona, Glass formerly at, I iv: 43.
Cosyn, John, I v: 31, 35.
Couentr’, John, I v: 35.
Coventry, I iii: 14.
Coverham, Thomas, I v: 24.
Cracoe, Leuen, I v: 35.
Cram, R. A., Cartoon by, I v: 9, and Pl. II.
Crawford and Balcarres, Earl of, President, I i: 5.
Curtis, Mr., I iv: 21; mentioned, I iv: 7.

Dadynton or Dadyngton, Nicholas, I v: 31, 32, 33, 34, 35.
Dadynton or Dadyngton, Thomas, I v: 35.
Danks, H. S., Cartoons by, I v: 4.
D'Ascenzo, N., I iv: 4.
Davis, L., Cartoons by, I v: 4.
Day, L. F., mentioned, I iv: 23.
Deerhurst, I iv:, Pl. VI.
Delft, Proposed Window at, I iii: 7.
Denis, St., I iv: 18, 30 and Pl. VII.
Depyng, William, I v: 31, 35.
Dexter, T. E., Associate, I i: iii.
Dicksee, Sir F., mentioned. I iii: 5.
Dickson, T. C., Associate, I i: iv.
Dinnichoff, Bernard, I iv: 32.
Dodson, W. M., on ‘Old Glass found and restored,’ I ii: 53.
Dodson, W. M., on ‘Old Stained Glass in Wales,’ I v: 55.
Dodson, W. M., Photographs and drawings by, I ii: 34; I iii: 14, 20.
Dorchester, Oxon., I iii: 5.
Dowsing, Will, mentioned, I ii: 33.
Drake, Miss D. S., Associate, I i: iii.
Drake, F., mentioned, I iv: 7.
Drake, M., Hon. Secretary, I i: 1. Translation from Merson's ‘Les Vitraux,’ I i: 37.
Drake, M., Mentioned, I i: 8; I iii: 5, 15. Obituary Notice of, I i: 31.
Drawswerd, Thomas, mentioned, I v: 23, 24.
Drury, A., Sketches by, I ii: 34.
Duntz, Hans Jakob, Design for Painted Glass by, I v: Pl. V.
Diirer, Albrecht, Prints by, copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 43.
Dunmore or Dunmowe, Thomas, I v: 31, 32 33 35
Durham, Cathedral, I ii: 35; I iii: 40.
Durham, Church of St. Mary Magdalen, I iv: 33,
Dyserth, I ii: 34; I iv: 52.

Eaton-Bishop, I ii: 33.
Eavestaff, S., Photograph by, I iii: 14.
Ecouen, I iii: 43.
Edcn, F. C., Member of Council, I i: i,
Edcn, F. S., Hon. Fellow, I i: ii, on ‘Ancient painted Glass in London,’ I ii: I8. on ‘The Twelfth Century Medallions at Rivenhall, Essex,’ I iii: 20,
Edgeworth, I ii: 33; I v:, Pl. VI.
Edinburgh, Fountainhall Road United Free Church, I iii: U.
Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, I iii: 14.
Edmundsbury, St., see Bury St. Edmunds.
Eeles, Mrs., Drawings by. I iii: 13.
Eginton, Francis, I ii: 5.
Ely, I ii: 7, 8; I iv: 6.
Ens, William, I iv: 15; I v: 31, 32, 33, 34, 35.
Erskine, Miss A. M., Fellow, I i: ii.
‘Eton Wall Paintings: Their Relation to Stained Glass and other Forms of Art,’ I i: 35.
Eton, Provost of, see James, M. R.
Ettington, I ii: 35.
Euere, Richard, I v: 34.
Exeter, I ii: 2; I iii: 15.

Fairford, I iii: 19.
Farleigh, I iii: 14.
Farlington, I iii: 14.
Finchale, I iv: 34.
‘Flint Chippings, On the Association of, with Fragments of Old Glass found in Mediaeval Glasshouses,’ I i: 11 and Pls. II, III and IV.
Flower, Barnard, I ii: 33.
Flums, Glass formerly at, I v: 36.
Fountains Abbey, I v: 26.
Furness, I iv: 34.
Gascoyne, A., Fellow, I i: ii.
Geddyng or De Geddyng, John, I iv: 15; I v: 31, 32, 35.
German Glass-Painters, National Association of, I iii: 26.
Gilling, I iv: 32.
Gisors, I iii: 43.
Glan-Conway, I v: 55.
Glasby, W., Fellow, I i: ii.
Glass, Enamelled, Modern, exhibited, I ii: 34.
Glass, ‘ Flint-chippings, Association, of with Fragments of Old,’ I i: 11, Pls. II, III, IV.
Glass, ‘Old, Found and Restored,’ I ii: 53.
‘Glass-Painter, The Mediaeval, as a Copyist,’ I iii: 15, and Pl. II.
Glass-Painter, ‘Mediaeval, The Materials of the,’ I i: 16, and Pl. V.
Glass-Painters, Amateur, I ii:11; I iv: 6.
Glass-Painters', Craft Appliances, etc., I iii: 30; I v: 29, 66.
Glass ‘Kiln, Testing the Heat of the,’ I iii: 28.
Glass-Painting, Nineteenth Century, I v: 8, Recent Publications relating to, April 1925, I ii: 51; October 1925, I iii: 47; April 1926, I iv: 47; October 1926, I v: 51.
‘Glass Sheet, The Manufacture of, in Roman Times,’ I i: 18; I ii: 54; I iii: 49.
Glass, Stained, Cause of Failure in Firing, I v: 66.
Glass, Stained, ‘The Decay of Mediaeval,’ I ii: 42.
Glass, Stained, Exhibitions of Cartoons, Drawings and Photographs of, I ii: 32; I iii: 12.
Glass, Stained, Imitations of, I iv: 19.
Glass, Stained, Legal Powers to Remove, I v:, 56.
Glass, Stained, Methods of Protecting and Preserving I ii: 44.
Glass, Stained, Re-Leading of Ancient, I iv: 53; I v: 55.
Glass, Stained, Monetary Value of Ancient, I v: 4.
Glass, Stained, Style of, in Secular Buildings, I ii: 3.
Glass, Test to distinguish Ancient from Modern, I iii: 50; I iv: 52.
‘Glaziers' Diamond, The Introduction of the,’ I ii: 52.
Gloucester, I iii: 11; I iv: 12.
Gonthier, Linard, mentioned, I iv: 8.
Gouda, I iii: 2; I iv: 43.
Gould, G. T. S., Drawing by, I iii: 14.
Grately, I iv: 18.
Gray, G. K., I iv: 6.
Greenwich, I iii: 16.
Gresford, I ii: 35; I iv: 52.
Greystoke, I iii: 14.
Grombole, William, I v: 32.
Grotius, Memorial Window to, I iii: 7.
Grylls, T. H., Member of Council, I i: i.
Grylls, H. A., Tracings by, I ii: 32.
Gyles, Henry, Designs for Painted Glass by, I ii: 3.

Halahan, Mrs. on ‘The Association of Flint Chippings with Fragments of Old Glass in Mediaeval Glasshouses,’ etc., I i: 11.
Halesmere, I iv: 6.
Halsted, John, I v: 31.
Hamme, William, I v: 31, 35.
Hammond, P. E. D., Associate, I i: iii.
Hampton Court, Glass formerly at, I ii: 53.
Hardman, J. T., Member of Council, I i: i.
Hardman, J. T., on ‘Methods of Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass,’ I ii: 45, 46.
Harling, East, I ii: 35.
Harrison, S., Associate, I i: iii.
Hase-Hayden, F., Associate, I i: iii. Heaton, N., Hon. Secretary, I i: i.
Hase-Hayden, F., on ‘The Decay of Mediaeval Stained Glass,’ I ii: 42; ‘The Materials of the Mediaeval Glass Painter,’ I i: 16; (with G. Webb) ‘Experiments and Observations on the Films on Old Glass,’ I v: 47; Photographs exhibited by, I ii: 33.
‘Herba Benedicta leaf ornament,’ I iii: 49.
Hereford, I ii: 53.
Hereford, William, I v: 31, 35.
Herne or Herve, William, I iii: 17.
Hessctt, I ii: 42.
Hiller, H. O., Fellow, I i: ii.
Hilsdon, I ii: 32.
Hincks, H. R., Associate I i: iii.
Hirschau, I iii: 42.
Holiday, H., mentioned, I iv: 8.
Holloway, I., mentioned, I iv: 8.
Holmere, William, I v: 33.
Hone, Galyon, I ii: 33.
Hoogstraeten, I iv: 43.
Hope, I v: 55.
Horkesle, Andrew, I v: 31, 35.
Hosken, C. J. W., Hon. Editor, I i: i; I ii: 4, on ‘The Recently Discovered Window at Chelsea,’ I i: 6; Review of Sherrill's ‘ Stained Glass in Spain and Flanders,’ I iv: 42; Review of Saint and Arnold's ‘Stained Glass of the Middle Ages,’ I v: 39.
Howard, E. M., on ‘The Thirteenth Century Leaf Ornament called Herba Benedicta,’ I iii: 49.
Hudson, Robert, I v: 24.
Hutchinson, G. P., Member of Council, I i: i.

Illuminators, Mediaeval Guild of, I v: 6.
Image, S., Vice-President, I i: i.
Inglish, Thomas, mentioned, I iii: 36.
Inglyssh, William, I iv: 33.

Jack, R., mentioned, I iii: 5.
James, Dr. M. R., Vice-President, I i: i, on ‘The Eton Wall Paintings; Their Relation to Stained Glass, etc., I i:35.
Jervais, Thomas, Catalogue of Exhibition of his Work, I i: iv:, Pl. VIII.
Jesse-Tree Windows, I ii: 34, 35; I iii: 5, 8, 11, 16, 17; I iv: 17, 18, 24, 30, 52.
Jones, F., on ‘The Manufacture of Sheet Glass in Roman Times,’ I iii: 49. Jonge, Thomas, I v: 31.

Kappel, I v: 36.
Kelley, E. V., Fellow, I i: ii.
Kemp, Miss M., I ii: 38.
Ketelbarn, Robert, I v: 26.
Kibblewhite, Mrs., Fellow, I i: ii.
Kipling, R., mentioned, I iii: 1.
Knayth, John De, I v: 24.
Knowles, J. A., Member of Council, I i: i.
Knowles, J. A., Hon. Editor, I ii: i.
Knowles, J. A., Cartoons and Photographs by I ii: 33; I iii: 14.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘Imitations of Stained Glass, Ancient and Modern,’ I iv: 19. Plates IV and V; on ‘The Introduction of the Glaziers' Diamond, I ii: 53; ‘on ‘Mediaeval Methods of employing Cartoons for Stained Glass,’ I iii: 35; on ‘Methods of Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass,’ I ii: 45. Review of Pitcher's ‘Stained Glass in Gloucestershire Churches,’ I v: 38; on ‘Test to distinguish Ancient Glass from Modern,’
III 50; on ‘The Thirteenth Century Leaf Orgnament called Herba Benedicta,’ I iii: 49; on ‘The York School of Glass-Painting,’ I iv: 25, I v: 16.
Knowles, J. W., mentioned, I iv: 8.
Konigsfelden, I v: 36.
Kupfer, Samuel, mentioned, I v: 37.

L'Allemand, The Blessed Jacques, mentioned, I v: 11.
La Farge, J., I v: 4.
Langley, Batty, mentioned, I iv: 5.
Langsford, W. C., Fellow, I i: ii.
Leach, B. M., Fellow, I i: ii.
Lead Light, Example of American Design in, I v: Pl. VII.
Leaf, Miss M., Drawings by, I iii: 12.
Le Couteur, J. D., on ‘Ancient Glass in Timsbury Church,’ I ii: 36; on ‘The Mediaeval Glass-Painter as a Copyist,’ I iii: 15; quoted on Glass at Westminster and Windsor, I v: 27, at Winchester, I iv: 24; Obituary Notice of, I iii: 45.
Lagenda Aurea, The, as a Source of Designs for Glass, I iii: 42.
Legge, Sir T., Glass exhibited by, I ii: 40.
Lehman, H., ‘Zur Geschichte der Glasmalerei’ Reviewed, I v: 36, and Pl. V.
Leicester, I iii: 42.
Lenne, De Lenne or De Lenn, I v: 31, 35.
Lenton, Godman De, I v: 31.
Lenton or De Lenton, John, I v: 31, 35.
Lenton or De Lenton, William, I v: 31, 32.
Leon, I iv: 42.
Le Prince, Engrand, I iii: 11.
Lethaby, W. R., on ‘Early Thirteenth Century Glass at Salisbury Cathedral, I iv: 17; on ‘The Eton Wall Paintings: their Relation to Stained Glass,’ etc., I i: 35.
Leyland, W., Fellow, I i: ii.
Licheffeld or De Lucheffeld, Hugh, I v: 32, 35.
Lichefield or Lichesfeld, William, I v: 31, 35.
Lichfield, I ii: 6, 45.
Limpsfield, I i: 24.
Lincoln, I ii: 32; I iv: 6.
Lincoln or De Lincoln, John, I iv: 15, 16; I v: 31, 35.
Lisle, J. W., Fellow, I ii.
Llanasa, I v: 55.
Llanbedrog, I v: 55.
Llancadwaladr, I ii: 35; I v: 55.
Llandaff, I ii: 8.
Llandyrnog, I ii: 35; I v: 55,
Llanrhaiadr, I ii: 35; I iv: 52.


'London, Ancient Painted Glass in,’ I ii: 18.
London, St. Paul's Cathedral, I ii: 10.
London Churches, St. Agnes, Kennington, I ii: 8.
London Churches, St. Andrew Undershaft, I ii: 25.
London Churches, Battersea, I ii: 27.
London Churches, St. Botolph, Aldersgate, I iv: 22.
London Churches, Chelsea Old Church, I i: 6, and Pl. I.
London Churches, St. Ethelburga Bishopsgate, I ii: 25.
London Churches, St. George, Hanover Square, I ii: 22; I iii: 11.
London Churches, St. George (Cathedral), Southwark, I ii: 6.
London Churches, St. Giles', Camberwell, I ii: 23.
London Churches, St. Helen, Bishopsgate, I ii: 25, and Pl. II.
London Churches, St. John, Westminster, I ii: 23, and Pl. I.
London Churches, St. Katherine Cree, I v: 8.
London Churches, St. Leonard, Shoreditch, I ii: 27 ; I iv: 21.
London Churches, St. Margaret, Westminster, I ii: 22; I iii: 16, 19.
London Churches, St. Mary at Hill, I iii: 16.
London Churches, Munster Square, I ii: 6.
London Churches, St. Peter, Cheapside, I iii: 15.
London Churches, Temple Church, I ii: 6.
London, Barnard's Inn Hall, I ii: 27, and Pl. II.
London, City Companies, Halls of, I ii: 26.
London, Crosby Square, Bishopsgate, I ii: 25.
London, Fulham Palace, I ii: 26.
London, Gray's Inn Hall, I ii: 26.
London, Hospital of Trinity House, Mile End, I ii: 27.
London, Lambeth Palace, I ii: 26.
London, Lincoln's Inn Chapel, I ii: 23.
London, Parish Clerks Company's Hall, I ii: 27.
London, Staple Inn Hall, I ii: 27.
London, Tower of, I ii: 26.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Dutch Tile, Picture at, I iii: 2.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, ‘Italian Annunciation in the,’ I iii: 24, and Pl. IV.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, ‘Stained Glass at the,’ I ii: 47, 54, Pl. IV., I iii: 13, 17; I iv: 11, 23, 43; I v: 10.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Exhibition of Cartoons, etc., at, I v: 4.
London, See also Westminster.
Long Melford, I iii: 14.
Lord, John, I v: 31, 35.
Lowell, J. R., quoted. I iii: 1.
Ludlow, I ii: 35, I iii: 14.
Lyen, Robert, I iii: 15.

Macadre, Jehan, mentioned, I iv: 8.
McLundie, A. M., Fellow, I I i: iii.
Maestricht, Glass formerly at. I iii: 11.
Malines, Glass formerly at, I ii: 22.
Malvern. Great, I ii: 16, 33; I iii: 14, 37, 38, 45; I iv: 41; I v: 38.
Margaretting, I ii: 35; I iii: 8 and Pl. I.
Marseilles, William of, I iv: 43.
Martham, I ii: 41.
Master of the Die, Prints by the, copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 43.
Master of the Star, Prints by the, copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 43.
‘Materials of the Mediaeval Glass-Painter,’ I i: 16.
Maudson, F. G., on ‘Test to Distinguish Ancient Glass from Modern,’ I iii: 50.
Meanwood, I iii: 14.
Meikle, W., Junior, Fellow, I i: iii.
Melford, Long, I iii: 14.
Mellor, Dr. E., on ‘The Decay of Window Glass from the Point of View of Lichenous Growths,’ I ii: 42.
Melton, Archbishop, mentioned, I v: 25.
Merevale, I ii: 35.
Merson, O., ‘Les Vitraux,’ I i: 37.
Milford, South, I iii: 14.
Mold, I v: 55.
Moore, A., I iv: 6.
Moore, A. L., Fellow, I i: iii.
Moore, C. E., Fellow, I i: iii.
Morpeth, I ii: 35.
Morris, W., Fellow, I i: iii.
Mtichenbuchsee, I v: 36.
Mylet, Thomas, I v: 24.

Naffreton or Nafreton, William, I v: 31, 35.
Nerguis, I v: 55.
Nettlestead, I iii: 14.
New York, Cathedral of St. John the Divine I ii: i, I v: 9, and PI. II.
New York, Church of The Holy Trinity, I iv: 6. ‘ Little Church Around the Corner,’ I iii: 6.
Nicholson, A. K., Member of Council, I i: i; Drawings by, I iii: 13.
Nicholson, Sir Charles, Bart, on ‘Architecture and Stained Glass,’ I ii: 5.
Nicholson, James, I ii: 33.
Norwic, Adam, I v: 31.
Norwic or Norwicz, Robert, I v: 31, 35.
Norwich, Church of St. Peter Hungate, I ii: 41.
Norwich, St. Peter Mancroft, I iii: 14.

Oberkirch, I v: 36.
Oddingley, I ii: 33, 35.
Oliver, John, mentioned, I iv: 7.
Orchardleigh, I iii: 14.
Orr, A. A., Cartoons by, I v: 4.
Oxford, Cathedral, I ii: 7.
Oxford, New College, I ii: 4; I iv: 23.
Oxford, School of Glass-Painters, I iv: 30.
Oxford, Thomas of, I ii: 117; I iii: 133, 14, 16, 18.
Oxford, University College, I ii: ii
Oxford, Wadham College, I iii: 43.

Padua, I iii: 25.
Pape, W., Fellow, I i: iii.
Papelwie, William, I v: 31, 35.
Paris, Exhibition of Decorative Art at, I ii: 2.
Parlby, G., Caricature of, reproduced, I iv: 7.
Paroi, Jacques De, mentioned, I iv: 8.
Parson, John, I v: 31, 35.
Partridge, B., mentioned, I iii: 5.
Pawle, H. L., Associate, I i: iii.
Pearce, W. J., Fellow, I i: iii.
Peckitt, William, I ii: 4, 6; I iii: 13; mentioned I ii: 1.
Pendlebury, I ii: 8.
Petty, Sir John, I iv: 34; I v: 23, 24; Will of I iii: 36.
Petty, Matthew, I v: 20, 24.
Petty, Robert, I iv: 34.
Petty, I iii: 18.
‘Photograph Stained Glass, How to,’ I ii: 50, and Pl. V.
Photographs of Ancient Glass, Where to obtain, I iv: 53.
Pitcher, S. A., ‘Ancient Stained Glass in Gloucestershire Churches,’ reviewed, I v: 38, and Pl. VI. Photographs by, I ii: 33, I iii: 13.
Plymouth, Earl of, President, Glass by, I i: 29, Obituary Notice of, I i: 28.
Pointer, W., Fellow, I i: iii.
Powell, C. C., Fellow, I i: iii.
Powell, A. M., Hon. Treasurer, I i: i.
Pownall, L. A., Fellow, I i: iii.
Prest, E. J., Fellow, I i: iii.
Preston, I iii: 14.
Preston, Robert, I iv: 33; Will of, I iii: 36, 42; I iv: 34.
Price, William, The Younger, mentioned, I v: 5.
‘Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass, Methods of,’ I ii: 44.
Prud, or Prudde, John, I ii: 42; I iii: 15.
Purey-Cust, Dean, his ‘Heraldry of York Minster,’ I v: 17.
Purey-Cust, Dean, ‘Walks round York Minster,’ I v: 17.
Purey-Cust, Dean, ‘York Minster,’ I v: 17.

Rackham, B., Hon. Fellow, I i: ii; on ‘The Glass of Winchester College Chapel,’ I iv: 23; on ‘The Italian Annunciation in the Victoria and Albert Museum,’ I iii: 24 and Pl. IV; on ‘Methods of Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass,’ I ii: 44, 45; on ‘Some Debatable Questions in the History of English Glass Painting,’ I v: 47; on ‘Stained Glass at the Victoria and Albert Museum,’ I ii: 47; Photographs exhibited by, I ii: 32, I iii: 13.
Ravensthorpe, I iii: 13.
Rawneson, William, I v: 20.
Read, H., Lehman's Geschichte der Glasmalerei in der Schweitz, reviewed by, I v: 36.
Rebecca, Biagio, Designs for Painted Glass by, I ii: 4.
Reed, E., Fellow, I i: iii.
Reid, J. E., Fellow, I i: iii; Cartoons by. I iii: 13.
Reve, Thomas, I ii: 33.
Rheims, I ii: 2.
Ricketts, C., Imitation Stained Window designed by, I iv: 20, and Pl. IV.
Ripon, I ii: 2; I iv: 34; I v: 26.
‘Rivenhall, Essex, The Twelfth Century Medallions at,’ I iii: 20, and Pl. III; I iii: 14.
Robinson, A. W., Fellow, I ii: iii.
Roe, A. E., Associate, I i: ii, on ‘Pioneers of Glass-Painting in America,’ I ii: 54.
Roman Window Glass, see Glass, Sheet.
Rouen, I iii: 11.
Ruglay, Johannes Glasman De, I v: 19.

Saint, L. B., I v: 39.
Saint, L. B., and Arnold, H., ‘Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and France,’ reviewed, I v: 39, and Pl. I.
Salisbury, I ii: 34, 53; I iii: 13.
‘Salisbury Cathedral, Early Thirteenth Century Glass at,’ I iv: 17.
Sall, I ii: 41.
Salusbury, Miss T., Cartoons by, I v: 4.
Salzmann, L. F., on ‘The Glazing of St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, 1351-2,’ I iv: 14; I v: 31; mentioned, I v: 7.
Scauerne, Henry, I v: 35.
Schnorr, Designs by, copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 43.
Selues, or Selves, John, I v: 31, 32.
Seward, C. F., Fellow, I i: iii.
Sherborne, I ii: 53.
Sherrill, C. H., his ‘Stained Glass in Spain and Flanders,’ reviewed, I iv: 42; mentioned, I ii: i.
Shrewsbury, I ii: 6; I iii: 11.
Simon, J., I ii: 2.
Simon, Le Smyth, I v: 32, 33, 34.
Simpson, E. G., Member of Council, I i: i.
Simpson, J. W., Vice-President, I i: i.
Singleton, I., Fellow, I v: 42.
Slovene Paintings on Glass, I ii: i.
Smith, Sir C. H., Chairman, I i: i.
Smith, G. E. R., Fellow, I i: iii.
Spicer, Fulk, I v: 35.
Stamford, I iii: 13.
Starley or Starky, Geoffrey, I v: 31, 35.
Steel, J. E., Fellow, I i: iii.
Stephen, Glasyer, I iii: 17.
Stoddart, A., Fellow, I i: iii.
Stoke Poges, I iii: 11.
Strawberry Hill, Glass formerly at, I ii: 26.
Suger, Abbot, mentioned, I iv: 31.
Sutton, Baptista, I ii: 27; I iv: 21.
Sutton, A. and F., I iv: 6.
Swaine-Bourne, K., Fellow, I i: iii.
Swiss Glass Painting exhibited, I iii: 13.
Symonds, Symond, I iii: 16.

Tame or De Tame, Robert, I v: 33, 34.
Tattershall, Glass formerly at, I iii: 13.
Taunton, D. B., Fellow, I ii: iii.
Teele, William, I v: 20.
Tewkesbury, I ii: 33, 45, 48, 53; I iii: 14.
Thatcher, Miss M., Associate, I i: iii.
Thomas, Grosvenor, Obituary Notice of, I i: 29.
Thomas, Glazier of Oxford, see Oxford.
Thornton, John, of Coventry, I iv: 35.
Thornton, John, of York, I iv: 33; I v: 22.
Thurton, I ii: 35.
‘Timsbury Church, Hants, A n. upon some Ancient Glass in,’ I ii: 36.
Toledo, I iv: 43 and Pl. I.
Torcello, Glass said to have been formerly at, I iii: 25.
Tower, W. E., Member of Council, I i: i; on ‘The Fourteenth Century Glass at Tewkesbury and its Recent Repair,’ I ii: 48; on ‘Methods of Protecting and Preserving Stained Glass,’ I ii: 45; on ‘The Re-Leading of Ancient Stained Glass, I iv: 53; Glass exhibited by. I iii: 13.
Traylen, H. F., Drawings by, I iii: 13.
Treviso, I iv: 20.
Trydden, I v: 55.
Turner, W. E. S., on ‘The Weathering and Decay of Glass,’ I ii: 43.

Ulm, James of, mentioned, I v: 11.
Underwood, L., Glass exhibited by, I ii: 1.
United States, Conditions of Competitions in the, I ii: 2.
United States, Customs Duty on Glass in the, I i: 34.
United States, Glass-Painting in the, I iv: 5.
United States, Stained Glass Industry in the, I iii: 6; See also under America.
Uytewaal, Joachim, cartoon by, I iii: 2.
Vallance, A., Hon. Fellow, I ii; on ‘ Windows in Churches and Houses,’ I v: 47.
Van Linge, Bernard, I ii: 24, I iii: 43.
Venice, I iv: 20.
Vrije, Adriann De, I iii: 2.
Vyne. The, I iii: M.

Wailes, Messrs., I ii: 6.
Walburgh, I iv: 62.
Walden, Miss M. F., Associate, I i: iii.
‘Wales, Old Stained Glass in,’ I v: 56.
Wallasey, I v: 9.
Waltham, I ii: 7.
Waltham, John, I v: 31, 33, 36.
Walton, John, I v: 32, 33; — or De Walton, William, I iv: 16; I v: 31, 33, 34, 36.
Ward, A. L., Fellow, I i: iii.
Warrington, Mr., I ii: 6.
Warrington, R. W., on ‘The Italian Annunciation in the Victoria and Albert Museum,’ I ii: 54; Drawing by, I iii: 14.
Warwick, I ii: 42.
Watkins, E. S., Associate, I i: iii.
Watson, C., Fellow, I i: iii.
Webb, Sir A., Vice-President, I i: i.
Webb, C. R., Fellow, I i: iii.
Webb, G., Fellow, I iii. See also under Heaton.
Welles, Richard De, I iv: 35.
Wells, I iii: 11; I iv: 3, 53.
Wells, Dean of, on ‘The Windows of the Lady Chapel at Wells,’ I v: 47.
West, Benjamin, Cartoon by, I v: 5.
Westlake, N. H. J., mentioned, I iv: 8.
West Meon, I ii: 6.
Westminster Abbey, I ii: 17, 19; I iii: 4, 13, 19.
Westminster Abbey, Jerusalem Chamber, I iii: 12.
Westminster Hall, I iv: 35.
Westminster, St. Stephen's Chapel, I iv: 14, 22; I v: 7, 27, 31.
Westminster, See also under London.
Westwell, I iii: 11; I iv: 18.
Westwood, I iii: 13.
Wettingen, I v: 36.
Whall, C., Obituary Notice of, I iv: 9, Pl. II and III.
Whall, Miss V., I iv: 11, Cartoons by, I v: 4.
Whitby, I iv: 30.
Wiericxs, Prints by, Copied in Stained Glass, I iii: 43.
Wilkinson, H., Fellow, I i: iii; Glass exhibited by, I ii: 34; Drawings by, I iii: 13.
Wilmshurst, Mr., Handbill relating to Glass by, I v:, Pl. IV.
Winbolt, J., on ‘The Lancets in the South Transept at St. Albans,’ I iii: 50.
Winchester Cathedral, I ii: 37; I iii: 14, 18.
Winchester College, I ii: 35, 37; I iii: 13, 16; I iv: 23.
Winchester I iii: 11, 45.
Winchester, John of, I iv: 36.
Winchester School of Glass-Painters, I iv: 36.
Windsor, I iv: 16; I v: 5, 27.
Winscombe, I iii: 14.
Woodroffe, P. V., Fellow, I i: iii; on ‘The Re-Leading of Ancient Stained Glass,’ I v: 55.
Wright, H. G., Fellow, I i: iii.
Wykeham, William of, mentioned, I iv: 23.
Wylliamson, Ffraunces, I iii: 16 note.

Yardesle, Yerdesle or De Yerdesle, Robert, I v: 32, 33, 34, 35.
Yong or le Yonge, Thomas, I v: 32, 35.
York Minster, I 24; I ii: 2, 43; I iii: 6, 12, 36, 37, 40; I iv: 24, 30, and Pl. VII, 33, 35, 36,
38, 40; I v: 11, 12, 17, 18 note, 19 ff.
York Churches, All Saints, North Street, I ii: 33; I iii: 12, 14, 36, 42.
York Churches, Advertisement relating to reproduced, I v: 10.
York Churches, St. Christopher, I iii: 14.
York Churches, Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, I iii: 12, 38.
York Churches, St. John, Micklegate, I iii: 36; I iv: 41.
York Churches, St. Martin, Coney St., I iv: 40.
York Churches, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, I iii: 12.
York Churches, St. Martin-le-Grand, I iii: 37, and Pl. V, 39; I iv: 38.
York Churches, St. Michael-le-Belfry, I iii: 36.
York Churches, St. Michael, Spurriergate, I iii: 17, and Pl. II.
York Churches, Melbourne Terrace Chapel, I iii: 14.
‘York School of Glass Painting, A History of the,’ I iv: 25; I v: 16.
Yorkshire Philosophical Society's Museum, Drawings in the, I ii: 3.

Zurich, Landesmuseum, I v: 36, and Pl. V.






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