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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS


INDEX VOLUME II




Note. A name of a place without further note, indicates a reference to glass actually or recorded as formerly existing there.
A name of a person without further n. 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.


Aberdeen, King's College, Bequest for Glass at, II: 3.
‘Advertisements, Glass-Painters,’ II: 18.
Aikman, W., Member of Council, II: 1.
Albans, St., II: 163.
Albin le Verur, II: 116.
Alemand, Alemaygne, Alemayne or Alemyne, John de, II: 38, 39, 188, 189.
Alton Towers, II: 133.
America, Stained Glass Association of, Gift from, II: 111; See also under United States.
Andrew the Smith, II: 39, 40, 41.
Angers, II: 169.
Arley, Upper, II: 69.
Armagh, II: 67.
Arundel, II: 68, 70.
Arnold Glasier, II: 189.
Asaphs, St., II: 69.
Ashridge Park, Herts, Sale of the Sixteenth Century Glass from the Chapel of, II: 210 and Pl. XXIX.
Aston, near Birmingham, II: 68.
Athelard, John, II: 39, 41, 120, 188.

Babworth, II: 67, 69.
Bacon, P. C., Member of Council, II: 1.
Bacon, P. G., Hon. Secretary, II: .
Bagge, E., II: 16.
Balmer, L., II: 14.
Baltimore, II: 26.
Bangor, II: 51.
Barillet, L., II: 13, 14, 16.
Barr Chapel, II: 71.
Barr, Great, II: 68, 69.
Bayne, R. C., Member of Council, II: 1.
Beauchamp, William, II: 188.
Begge, Robert, mentioned, II: 34.
Bell, E. A., II: 17.
Bayne, J., Member of Council, II: 1.
Bayne, R., Member of Council, II: 1. Glass by, II: 9.
Bernard Glaseare, II: 190.
Bertini, II: 100.
Bilston, II: 133.
Binnall, P. B. G., on ‘William Fowler: Artist and Antiquary,’ II: 170 and Pl. XXVI.
Birmingham, Glass Painters of, II: 63, 131, 222.
Birmingham, St. Benedict's Church, II: 106.
Birmingham, St. Chad's Cathedral, II: 133.
Birmingham, Hockley Cemetery Church, II: 132.
Birmingham, St. Paul's Church, II: 65, 67.
Birmingham, Trinity Chapel, II: 133.
Blomfield, Sir Reginald, Vice-President, II: 1.
Bluntschli, Nikolaus, II: 44.
Bocher, Peter, II: 41.
Bockhorni, J. P., Glass by, reproduced, II: Pl. XXXI.
Bodenham, Robert de, II: 39.
Bonby, II: 189.
Boneyt, John, II: 40.
Boneyt, William, II: 41.
Bontemps, M., II: 132.
Boston, Thomas of, II: 189.
Boulton, Matthew, mentioned, II: 63.
Bourges, II: 206.
Bowett, Archbishop, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 137.
Bradford, II: 106.
Bradley Hall, II: 71.
Brampton, De Brampton or De Bramptone, John, II: 38, 120, 189, 190, 191, 192.
British Society of Master Glass-Painters, Accounts for 1927, II: 220; Reports of Council Meetings, September-December, 1926 and January 1927, October 1926-April 1927, II: 103, November and December, 1927, II: 159; of Annual Meeting, 1926-7, II: 101; Annual Meeting, 1927-28, II: 217; Report of Council, II: 218.
Brockhampton, II: 71.
Brocklesby, II: 68.
Bromle, William, II: 120.
Brown, S. L., on ‘The Structure of Lead as Related to Stained Glass,’ II: 123, 219.
Bruges, II: 92.
Buckley, F., on ‘Glass-Painters' Advertisements,’ II: 18.
Burdeyn, Robert, II: 119.
Burgh, John, mentioned, II: 36.
Burroughs, H., Cartoon by, II: 113.
Bushey Heath, II: 106.
Butler, Richard, II: 33.

Caldwell, S., Drawing by, II: 3.
Calne, John le Glasiere, of, II: 119.
Cambridge Castle, II: 119.
Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, Documents in, II: 86, 92.
Cambridge, Jesus College, II: 107.
Cambridge, King's College, II: 209.
Candelwickstrete, Glass from II: 38. See also under London.
Canons Ashby, II: 134.
‘Canterbury Cathedral,’ by S. A. Warner, II: 3 and Pl. I.
Canterbury, II: 46 and Plate VI, 86.
Caricatures in Glass, II: 6.
Carisbrooke, II: 51, 189.
Carlton, John, II: 120.
Carlton, William of, II: 117.
Carne, Lewin, II: 40.
Casterton, II: 106.
Castle Bromwich, II: 132.
Caumont, Jean de, II: 129 and Pl. XVII.
Chamber, The younger, II: 34.
Chance Brothers and Co., II: 132.
‘Chartres, Les Vitraux de la Cathedrale de,’ by Delaporte and Houvet, reviewed, II: 96 and Pl. XIV.
Chester, Devonshire, II: 70.
Chestre, John De, II: 38, 39, 40, 41.
Chiddinfold, Chiddyngfold or Chyddinfold, Glass from, II: 38, 39, 188, 189.
Chigot, F., 14. Christie's, Sale of Ancient Stained Glass at, in 1808, II: 92, in 1816, Title Page of Catalogue reproduced, II: Pl. XXI.
Cipriani, Cartoon for Stained Glass by, II: 69.
Clopton, Sir Thomas, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Coester, E., II: 214.
Colley, II: 71.
Cologne Cathedral, II: 205; Glass formerly in, II: 94.
Competitions, Conditions of, II: 168.
Connick, C. J., on ‘Modern Stained Glass at the Paris Exhibition, 1925,’ II: 12; Review
of Delaporte and Houvet's ‘ Vitraux de la Cathedrale de Chartres,’ II: 96.
Corby, II: 69.
Cosin or Cosyn, John, II: 120, 188.
Couentre, Couintre, or Coventre, John, II: 38, 39, 40, 41, 120, 188.
Coventry, II: 9.
Coventry, St. Mary's Hall, II: 47, 132.
Cranwell, near Lichfield, II: 69.
Crawford and Balcarres, Earl of, President, II: 1.
Crawford Priory, II: 70.
Credenhill, II: PI. XXX.
Creping, Nicholas De, II: 118.
Crosby, John De, II: 191.

Dadinton, Nicholas, II: 120.
Dadinton or De Dadyngton, Thomas, II: 38, 39, 40, 188.
Daumont-Tournel, E. and H., II: 16.
Davis, L., II: 17.
Deerhurst, II: 151.
Denis, M., II: 14, 15.
Denton, near Bungay, II: 21.
Depyng, William, II: 120.
Derry, II: 67.
Digswell, II: 71.
Dinnichoff, Bernard, II: 37.
Disshere, Agnes, II: 40, 41.
Dodgson, Campbell, on ‘Early German Woodcuts in relation to Stained Glass, II: 103.
Dover, 1 II: 89.
Drake, Wilfred, Gift of Stained Glass to Abbey of Parc by, II: 129.
Drawswerd, Thomas, mentioned, II: 36.
Durban, II: 163.
Durham, II: 84.
Dynham, Dame Elizabeth, Portrait of, Glass, v77.

Earthings, II: 69.
Eaton Bishop, II: 167, 171, and Pl. XXIV.
Eden, F. C., Member of Council, II: 1; Review of De Villard's ‘Velrate del Duorno di
Milano,’ II: 98.
Eginton, Francis, II: 63 and Pl. IX and X, 134
Eginton, F. and R., II: 222.
Eginton, William Raphael, II: 69, 135.
Ellingham, II: 84.
Eltham, II: 192.
England, Royal Arms of, in Glass, II: 26.
‘English Importations of Foreign Stained Glass in the Early Nineteenth Century,’ II: 86
‘English Mediaeval Painted Glass,’ by J. D. Le Couteur, reviewed, II: 212 Pl. XXX.
‘English Stained Glass,’ by Herbert reviewed, II: 45 and Pl. VI.
Eslyngg, II: 191.
Essars, near Bethune, II: 148.
Eton, II: 85 and Pl. XIII.
Evans, Sebastian, II: 132.
Eveylin Hall, II: 70.

Fairford, II: 47, 206.
Farndon, Cheshire, II: 5.
Farnley Hall, near Otley, II: 69.
Fells, William, Tinman, II: 19.
Finchale, II: 84.
Fonthill, II: 68, 70.
Forgue, L. P., II: 14.
Forsyth, J. Dudley, Obituary Notice of, II: 61 and Pl. VII.
Fountains Abbey, Glass formerly at, II: 83.
‘Fowler, William; Artist and Antiquary,’ II: 176, and Pl. XXVI.
‘Frank, Michael Sigismund,’ II: 23 and Pl. III.
Fulleylove, Miss, II: 17.
Funk Family, II: 43.

Gascoyne, Alexander, Obituary Notice of, II: 163.
Geddyng or Giddynge, John, II: 38, 39, 40, 120, 190.
Geneva, International Labour Office, II: 213.
Geoffrey Glasyer, II: 192.
Gilling, II: 37.
Gladstone, W. E., Caricature of, reproduced, II: 7.
Glasenwright, Thomas, II: 189.
‘Glasmalkunst, Deutsche,’ Reviewed, II: 213 and Pl. XXXI.
‘Glass, Heraldic Painted, at the Law Society's Hall, London,’ II: 183 and Pl. XXXVII.
‘Glass-Industry, Directory for the British,’ Reviewed, II: 156.
Glass in Monastic Buildings, Treatment of, at the Dissolution, II: 83.
Glass-Painters' Craft Appliances, etc., II: 95, 215.
Glass-Painters, Portraits of, II: 115.
Glass-Painting, Recent Publications relating to, April 1927, II: 52; October 1927, II: 108; April 1928, II: 160; October 1928, II: 221.
Glass, Stained, Exhibition of Ancient, in London 1773, II: Pl. XXIII.
Glass, Stained, Imitations of, II: 169.
Glass, Stained, ‘A Remarkable Panel of XVI Century,’ II: 121 and Pl. XVI.
Glass-Technology, Society of, II: 57.
Glass, Vita, Lamplough's, II: 5.
‘ Glazing Accounts, Mediaeval,’ II: 116, 188.
Glendon, Roger De, II: 188.
Gloucester, II: 21, 201.
Godeman, John, II: 190.
Godman Glaswryth, II: 118.
Gothic Revival, Glass of the, II: 8.
Gouda, II: 58.
Grately, II: 193.
Gravesend, II: 190.
Griefenstein in Franken, II: 25.
Grove Park, Warwickshire, II: 71.
Gruber, J., II: 13, 14, 15, 16.
Grylls, T. H., Member of Council, II: 1.
Guercino, Picture by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 71.
Guildford, II: 118.
Gyles, Henry, II: 22, 37, Advertisement of; II: 18; Portrait of, II: Pl. II.

Hackney, II: 71.
Hadleigh, II: 189.
Halsey, II: 19.
Halsted, John, II: 38.
Hamme, William, II: 120. 188.
Hampp, J. C., Account-book of, II: 86.
Hanwell, near Birmingham, II: 69.
Hardman. John, II: 133, 134.
Hardman, J. T., Member of Council, II: 1.
Harrison, The Rev. F. on ‘The Stained Glass of York Minster,’ II: 103. His ‘Painted Glass of York,’ reviewed, II: 152.
Hatton, II: 67, 71.
Havering, II: 101, 102.
Hcaton, N., Hon. Technical Adviser, II: 109.
Heilbronn Collection, II: 121 and Pl. XVI.
Henbury, II: 70.
Henderson, Robert, II: 132.
Henry Le Plomer, II: 118.
Henry, Master, II: 116.
‘Herefordshire, Ancient Glass in the Churches of Eaton Bishop and Madley,’ II: 171 and Pl. XXIV and XXV.
Hinckley, Mr., II: 133.
Holiday, Henry, Obituary Notice of, II: 105.
Holmer or Holmere, William, II: 38, 39, 41, 120, 188.
Hooton Levett, II: 68.
Horkesle, Andrew, II: 120.
Hornblower, Joseph, II: 131.
Hough, John, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 75.
Houvet, Monsieur, mentioned. II: 111.
Howard, Sir William, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 75.
Hull, II: 112.
Hutchinson, G. P., Member of Council, II: 1.

Image, Professor S., Vice-president, II: 1.
Inglish, Thomas, mentioned, II: 34.
Inglish, William, mentioned, II: 34.
Inscriptions, Memorial, Law relating to, II: 4.

James, Dr. M. R., Vice-President, II: 1.
Jeannin, G., II: 16.
Jesse-Tree Windows, II: 175, 196.
John Glasier, the Glazier, Le Verre or Le Verrur, II: 117, 119, 191.
Jostin, Sir Ralf, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Judenburg, Austria, II: Pl. VIII.

Kent, William of, II: 118.
Kirkby, II: 106.
Knowles, J. A., Member of Council and Hon. Editor of Journal, 1; on ‘Eighteenth Century Windows in St. Botolph's Aldersgate,’ II: 72 and Pl. XI.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘Glass-Painters' Advertisements,’ II: 18; on ‘The York School of Glass-Painting,’ II: 30, 78, 136, 193 and Pls. XIII, XXIII, XIX, XX and XXVIII.

Langley, Hertfordshire, II: 190.
Langley, Norfolk, II: 91.
Lanterns, Painted Glass, II: 19.
Laurence the Glazier, II: 116.
‘ Lead, The Structure of, as related to Stained-Glass,’ II: 123.
Lead, Composition of English Calm, II: 164.
Le Brun, Pictures by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 71.
Le Chevalier, J., II: 14.
Le Couteur, J. D., on ‘Long Melford Church, Suffolk, and its Portrait Glass,’ II: 74 and Pl. XII; his ‘English Medieval Painted Glass,’ reviewed, II: 212 and Pl. XXX.
Lehmann, Hans, his ‘Das ehemalige Cisterziens-Kloster bei Wettingen,’ reviewed, II: 42 and Pl. V.
Lenton Grove, II: 70.
Lenton, W., II: 38.
Lickesfeld, Hugh de, II: 39.
Lichfield, II: 67.
Linc, Lincoln or Lyncoln, John De, II: 39, 41, 119, 120.
Lindthorpe, II: 58.
Ling, Bernard Van, II: 33.
Ling, Van, II: 21.
Llangollen, II: 68.
‘Lobmeyr, History of the Firm of,’ II: 8.
London, Painted Glass by M. S. Franklin, II: 26.
London, Archbishop of York's House, II: 118.
London, Baltic Exchange, II: 51.
London, Carlton House, II: 70.
London Churches, St. Andrew, Holborn, II: 21.
London Churches, St. Botolph, Aldersgate, II: 72 and Pl. XI.
London Churches, St. Margaret, Westminster, II: 47.
London Churches, St. Martin Outwich, II: 69.
London Churches, Dudley House, II: 69, 71.
London, Empire Theatre, II: 10.
London, Kandelwekstrate, Glass from, II: 38, 119.
London, Lambeth Palace, II: 33.
London, Law Society's Hall, II: 183 and Pl. XXVII.
London, Lincoln's Inn, II: 71.
London, Sergeant's Inn, II: 183 and Pl. XXVII.
London, Stationers' Hall, II: 69.
London, The Tower, II: 117, 119, 189.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, II: 86, 91, 92.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Glass from Ashridge Park at, II: 211. See also under Westminster.
Longford Castle, Ireland, II: 70.
Longleat, II: 70.
‘Long Melford Church, Suffolk, and its Portrait Glass,’ II: 74 and Pl. XII.
Loord, John, II: 120.
Lorin, C., II: 15.
Louvain, Jean de Caumont of, II: 129 and Pl. XVII.
Lowe, Samuel, II: 66.
Ludgersall, II: 119.
Ludlow, II: 175.
Lynn, King's, Brass at, II: 205.
Lyons, John, II: 38, 120.

Madley, Herefordshire, II: 171 and Pl. XXV.
Malvern, Great, II: 209 and Pl. XXVIII.
Malvern Hall, near Birmingham, II: 69.
Mangwell, II: 69.
Mareschal, William, II: 188.
Marlborough, II: 116.
Marshall, George, on ‘Ancient Glass in the Churches of Eaton Bishop and Madley, Herefordshire,’ II: 171 and Pls. XXIV and XXV.
Montyn, William, II: 191.
Matissa, A., II: 14.
Maumejean, J. and H., II: 12, 13, 14.
Mayer'sche Hofkunstanstallt, II: 213.
Mechstein, M., Cartoons for Glass, by, II: 213.
Mehoffer, J., 15. Memorial Windows, Law of Faculties relating to, II: 58.
Merevale, II: 175.
Mezard, C., II: 16.
‘Milano, Le Vetrate del Duomo di,’ by M. M. de Villard, reviewed, II: 98.
Mill Hill, Moat Mount, Glass formerly at, II: 183.
Minehead, II: 106.
Mohn, Gottlob, II: 27.
Moltis, De, II: 99.
Montgomery, Sir Thomas, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Montgomery, Walter, Obituary Notice of, II: 163.
Morach, O., II: 15.
Morende, II: 190.
Munich, Mariahilf Kirche, II: 29; Reiche Kapelle, II: 26.
Murer, Jos., II: 44.
Murimouth, Adam De, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 172.
Muskam, Thomas De, II: 119.

Naffreton, William, de., II: 120.
Napoleon, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 20.
Nelson, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 20.
Nestor, Picture by, Copied in Stained Glass, II: 13.
Nicholas le Verer, II: 118.

Nicholson, A. K., Member of Council, II: 1.
Northamptonshire, Quarries, date 1636, II: 167.
Norton, near Malton, II: 62.
Norwich, II: 107.
Nostell, II: 86.
Nottingham, II: 118, 163, 190.

Oliphant, Francis W., II: 132, 134.
Oscott College, Birmingham, II: 69.
Oxford, All Souls College, II: 69.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, II: 196.
Oxford, Brasenose College, II: 73.
Oxford, Christ Church, II: 20.
Oxford, Elizabeth, Countess of, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Oxford, Magdalen College, II: 21, 68.
Oxford, Merton College, II: 20, 68, 71, 150.
Oxford, New College, II: 9, 69.
Oxford, Old Ashmoleian Building, II: 3, 4.
Oxford, Queen's College, II: 21.
Oxford, Thomas of, II: 196.
Oxford, Wadham College, II: 33.

Painshill, II: 68.
Paintings, Representation of Stained Glass Windows in, II: 110.
Paisley, II: 71.
Pandino, Da, II: 99.
Papelwyk, William, II: 120, 189.
‘Parc, Abbey of, A Panel by Jean de Caumont, recently restored to the,’ II: 129 and Pl. XVII.
Paris Exhibition of, 1925, II: 12, 57.
Paris, Saint Andre des Arts, II: 9.
Parker, Thomas, II: 192.
Parson, John, II: 188.
Partridge, Sir Bernard, mentioned, II: 168.
Paterson, Eglinton Margaret, II: 73.
Pawle, H. L., Hon. Treasurer, II: 165, 217.
Payable, William, II: 192.
Pearson, John, II: 72 and Pl. XI.
Pearson, John, Title page of his Exhibition Catalogue, II: Pl. IV.
Peckitt, William, II: 22.
Pemberton, F. and C., II: 131.
Penrhyn, II: 69.
Pepplewick, II: 68.
Pesemersh, Peter, II: 191.
Peter the Painter, II: 116.
Peters, The Rev. W. M., Picture by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 68.
Petty, Sir John, II: 35.
Petty, Matthew, II: 35.
Petty, Robert, mentioned, II: 34.
Peutrer, John, II: 41.
Philadelphia, II: 26.
Phillips, Thomas, mentioned, II: 66.
Pitcher, S. A., Photographs by, II: 158.
Podenhale, John, II: 120.
Porchester, II: 192.
Portraits in Stained Glass, II: 5, 74, 115.
Powell, A. M., Hon. Treasurer, II: 1.
Powell, A. M., on ‘Glass Making for Glass-Painters and others,’ II: 103.
Powell, W., on ‘Glass-Painters of Birmingham,’ II: 222.
Prentis, John, II: 38.
Preston, II: 71.
Preston, Robert, mentioned, II: 34, 84, Will of, II: 32, 195.
Price, Joshua, II: 20, 21.
Price, William, Senior, II: 19, 21.
Prittluwell, II: 91.
Pruddo, John, II: 85 and Pl. XIII.
Pugin, Augustus Welby, II: 133.
Puhl and Wagner G. Heindersdorf, II: 213.
Pygott, Richard, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 75.
Pypewell, A Brother of, II: 117.

Queenborough, II: 191.
‘Queen Square; Its Neighbourhood and its Institutions,’ by G. Heathcote, noticed, II: 114.

Rackham, B., on ‘English Importations of Foreign Stained Glass in the Early Nineteenth Century,’ II: 86; Review of Lehmann's ‘Ehemalige Cisterzienserkloster bei Wet-tingen,’ by, II: 42; on ‘Early Importations of Foreign Glass,’ II: 219.
Raincy, II: 15.
Raphael, Pictures by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 70, 71.
Ratcliff, S. C., on ‘ A Window in St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney,’ II: 164.
Read, H., his ‘English Stained Glass,’ reviewed, II: 45 and Pl. VI, 222; Review of ‘Deutsche Glasmalkunst,’ by, II: 213 and Pl. XXXI.
Regensburg, II: 27.
Reinsforth, Dame Anne, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Repton, II: 71.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Pictures by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 67.
Reyre, Mademoiselle, Glass from Cartoons by, II: 15.
Ribalta, Picture by, copied in Stained Glass, 6 II: 7.
Richard the Glazier, Master, II: 117.
Richmond, Surrey, Star and Garter Hospital, II: 51. See also under Shene II: 14.
Rinny and Stevens, II: 14.
Ripon, II: 53.
Robert the Glazier, II: 118, 119.
Rochdale, II: 106.
Rockingham, II: 117.
Roe, Canon R. Gordon, Obituary Notice of, II: 106.
Rokewood, Sir Thomas, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 76.
Rouen, II: 93, 150, 205.
Rowell, John, II: 21.
Rubens, Pictures by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 68.
Rule for taking Measurements between Mullions, etc., II: 95.
Rushforth, J. McN., Review of H. Read's ‘English Stained Glass,’ by, II: 45 and Pl. VI; Review of the Rev. F. Harrison's ‘Painted Glass of York’ by, II: 152 and Pl. XV.
Russhemere or Russhmere, Robert, II: 120, 188.

Salisbury, II: 67, 73, 193.
Saltley, II: 163.
Salzman, L. F., on ‘The Glazing of St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster,’ II: 38; on ‘Medieval Glazing Accounts,’ II: 116, 188.
Sandown, near Shrewsbury, II: 69.
San Remo, II: 163.
Sathern, Stathern, Stauerne or Stauherne, Henry De, II: 189, 190.
Saxon, Robert, II: 120.
Schneider, II: 13, 16.
Scrope of Harling, Lady, Will of, II: 137.
Selby, II: 9.
Settrington, II: 69.
Shalford, II: 70.
Shawden, Thomas, II: 84.
Sherrill, C. H., on ‘A Remarkable Panel of Sixteenth Century Stained Glass,’ II: 121 and Pl. XVI.
Shibden Hall, Halifax, II: 168.
Shirley, Thomas, Will of, II: 35.
Shrewsbury, II: 67, 86.
Shuckburgh, II: 68.
Simon Le Smyth, II: 38, 120.
Simpson, Sir John W., Vice-President, II: 1.
Skene (Richmond), Surrey, II: 190, 191.
Skeppey, II: 190.
Skirlaw, Bishop, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 137.
Smirke, Picture by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 65.
Smith, Sir Cecil H., Vice-President, II: 1.
‘Sondlet’ or ‘Soudlet,’ II: 11.
Southlond, Simon, II: 191.
Southwark School of Glass-Painting, II: 118.
Spalding, Robert, II: 190.
Spicer, Robert, II: 41.
Slanor, II: 68.
Stapleford, II: 163.
Stathern, see Sathern.
Steinfeld, Glass formerly at, II: 210.
Stock and Sharp, II: 134.
Stourhead, II: 70.
Sugwas, II: 171.
Sundials in Glass, II: 22.
Sundorn, II: 68.
Swiss Glass, see Wettingen.
Sydney, New South Wales, II: 164.

Tamworth, II: 106.
Taymouth, II: 71.
Temple-Mills, II: 69.
Tewkesbury, II: 69.
Thomas the Glazier, Master, II: 118.
Thompson, William, Will of, II: 33.
Thornhill, II: 142.
Thornton, John, II: 36, mentioned, II: 204.
Thorp, Richard De, II: 188.
Tilney, Dame Elizabeth, Portrait of, in Glass, II: 7.
Tower, W. E., Member of Council, II: 1.
Tradescant, John, Memorial to, II: 3.
Travers, M., II: 17.
Tresham, Henry, Pictures by, copied in Stained Glass, II: 70.
Tullimore Forest, II: 69.
Twining, E. W., Design for Glass by, II: Pl. XXII.
Twizell House, Alnwick, II: 70.

United States, Tariff on Stained Glass entering the, II: 112.
Ushaw College, II: 133.
Varallo, N. Da, II: 99.
Vyne, The, II: 22.

Wailes, Mr., II: 133.
Waleworth or Walworth, John De, II: 119,
Wallerstein, II: 26.
Wallingford, II: 191.
Walssh, David or Davy, Scaffolder, II: 40.
Waltham, John, II: 120.
Waltham, William, II: 120, 188.
Walton, J., II: 40.
Walton, or De Walten, William, II: 38, 39, 40, 41, 120.
Wanstead, II: 67.
Wardour, II: 68.
Warrington, Mr., II: 133.
Warwick, II: 85 and Pl. XIII.
Weald, Glass from the, II: 39, 192.
Webb, Sir Aston, Vice-President, II: 1.
Weddon, Lois, II: 134.
Wells, The Dean of, on ‘The French Glass at Wells,’ II: 219.
West, Benjamin, Cartoons for Glass by, II: 68, 67.
Westminster Abbey, II: 21, 51 and Pl. VII. 116.
Westminster Palace, II: 117, 119, 188, 189, 190, 102.
Westminster St. Stephen's Chapel, The Glazing of, 1351-2, II: 38, 120.
Westminster School of Glass Painters, II: 140 note. See also under London.
‘Wettingen, Das Ehemalige Cisterzionswerklosterbei,’ von Hans Lehmann, Reviewed, II: 42 and Pl. V.
Whatcroft Hall, II: 70.
Wilkinson, H., on ‘The Composition of English Calm Lead,’ II: 164.
Willey, II: 21.
Williams, Sir E. Owen, on ‘ The Significance of Stained Glass to Engineering Science,’ II: 219.
Winch or Winches, Glass-Painter, II: 10.
Winchester Castle, II: 116, 117, 118.
Winchester College, II: 36.
Windsor, II: 65, 67, 118, 120, 188, 189, 190, 192.
Wodewik, Gilbert De, II: 39.
Wodewik, John, II: 188.
Woodstock, II: 192.
Wyatt, Henry, mentioned, II: 66.

Yeovil, II: 106.
Yerdele, Yerddle or Yerdesle, Robert, II: 38, 39, 40.
York, Archbishop's Palace, II: 119.
York Minster, II: 36, 84, 62, 137ff., 153ff. and Pls. XIX and XX, 193, 195-202, 204-207.
York Churches, All Saints, North Street, II: 34, 155 and Pl. XV, 204.
York Churches, St. Denys, II: 32, 145, 194, 197, 201, 202, 208.
York Churches, St. Helen, II: 139.
York Churches, Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, II: 154, 194.
York Churches, St. John, Micklegate, II: 194.
York Churches, St. Martin, Coney Street, II: 139, 145, 151, 204, 205, 209.
York Churches, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, II: 139.
York Churches, St. Martin-le-Grand, II: 194, 195.
York Churches, St. Michael-le-Belfrey, II: 34, 37, 202, 203.
York Churches, St. Michael, Spurriergate, II: 81, 155, 195, 196
York Churches, St. Saviour, II: 137, 198, 202, 204.
York The Painted Glass of, by the Rev. F. Harrison, Reviewed, II: 152 and Pl. XV.
York School of Glass Painting, A History of the, II: 30, 78 and Pl. XIII, 136, 193 and Pl. XXVIII.
Yous, William, II: 38.

Zeiner, Lukas, II: 43.
Zettler, Franz Xavier, on ‘Michael Sigismund Frank,’ II: 23.




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