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INDEX.
WES WOR
Westminster hall ; section, 415 ; Window,
School Koof, 2052/, 2052<. Palace, 423.
1502c; dormitory, 510. Bridge, granite,
1671a, 1671c, IGllh
Westmoreland's ventilator, 2278m
Westwood hall, Worcestershire, 426, 446
Wetter ; church, 567
Wetterstedt's marine metal, 178G, 2224e
Weyrer, Stephan ;
architect, 580
Wharncliffe stove, 2279rf
Wheat straw ; in thatching, 2211s
Wheeble's Beading abbey stone, 1903co
Wheel windows, p. t)3 et seq.
and axle, 13071314
Whinstone, 1922A. Crushing weight of,
1502A
Whippingham, Isle of Wight ; church, 2245a
Whispering gallerj', 29G4
Whitby, Yorkshire ;
conventual church, 407.
As:jiniilating work,
p. 969. JVluUions,
p. 991
stone, 1667w
White, William ; architect, on proportion,
p.
1017 et seq.
White; ant in timber, 1728d, 1744. Cast
iron, 17656. Lead, 2271a et seq. Manu-
facture of, 2272. New process of, 22726.
Charlton, 2273(7. Washing, 2273g
Whitehall
;
palace, 457 ; banqueting house,
458 ; window, 2762
Whitewashing, 2^74
Whiting, 2274
Whittington, Rev. G. D. ; writer on pointed
architecture, 310, 313315
Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire
;
parochial
church, 421. Tower, p. 1002
Wight's fireclay tiles, 1903/. Company and
inventions, iy03r
Wilfrid
;
bishop of York, 383, 385, 380
Wilkes' metallic paving, 190.5c
Wilkinson and Co.'s specular granitic paving,
1905c. Fibrous slab, 22166
Willesde-i roofing paper and canvas, 2210^
William of Sens ; architect, 307a, 312, 321,
395
of Worcester. See
"
Botoner
"
of W'ykeham
;
bishop, as builder, 319.
His college chapels, p.
1007
Willis, Prof. Kobert ; on penetration of
mouldings, 578. Work on Architectural
Nomenclature., p. 970. Work on Foinlcil
Vaulting, 1199/(A
Willoughby, Sir Francis ;
house for, 440
Wilton house, Wiltshire, 461, 508. Works
in church, 2250(/
Wimbledon, Surrev ; house for Sir Thomas
Cecil, 440, 446, 448
Wimbotsham, Norfolk ; church, 2052^
Wimmington, Bedfordshire ; church roof,
2052o
Wimpfen-im-Thal ;
church, 569
Winchelsea, Sussex
;
parochial church, 398
Winchester, Hampshire; cathedral, 313, p.
993. Founders and dimensions, 4;-i4. Pro-
portions of, p. 1012, p. 1016, p.
1021. Nave,
p. 1041, p. 1043. Choir, p. 1044; groined
ceiling, 2m'6g. Piers of nave, &c.,
p.
1022.
Base course, p. 983. Parapet, i6. Clere-
story window, p. 990, p. 1032. Stall mould-
ings, p.
984
St. Mary's college at, chapel,
p.
1007.
Proportion', p. 1014. Groined ceiling, 2023(/.
Sacristy, corbels, p.
980
palace, Southwark ; window,
p.
1015.
Circular window,
p. 991
Wind
;
pressure or force of, 1592a et seq
Effects of, on stone, 1667/
guard, revolvinij, 3034. Slaking,
1843a
Winde, Captain William
; architect, 465
Winders
; in stairs, 2186
Winding; in joinery, 2123. Stairs, 2808
Window or Ajimez
;'
of Spain, 585
cleaning, 2230. Bars of glass, 2231a.
Backs, elbows, and soffits, in spec, 2285c.
Ventilation, 2278o. Guards of iron, in
spec, 2286a
Windows
;
2745 et seq. In Egyptian build-
ings, 82. Blank to be avoided, 2745. Pro-
portions of, as connected with apartments,
2746. Mode of obtaining proper quantity
of light, 2747. Rule for size, by Chambers,
2748. Rules by Morris, ib. Examples of
rules for sizes, 27492752. When there
are two ranges of windows in rooms, 2753.
Piers of, 2754. In the same story should
be similar, 2755. Venetian, 2756. Ex-
amples of Italian, 2757 et seq. Examples
of Gothic,
p. 988 et seq. Examples with
tracerv,
p. 1028. Of three davs,
p. 1029.
Of fi.ur days,
p. 1030. Of six days,
p. 1031.
Divisions of, p. 1007. Eflect of gooil and
b.ad, p. 991. At Carlisle cathedral, 1502c.
At Westminster hall, ib. Jamb mouldings,
!>. 992 et seq.
painted and stained, 22316, Alabaster,
Kc, 615, 2(mgg
Windsor, Berksliirc
; St. George's chapel,
p.
10^0 et seq. Vaulting, 2002x. Doorway,
p.
99H.
Clerestory windows,
p. 993. Touib
house, mullions,
p. 990 ; decoration, 2231/i.
Castle, 393, 394, 398, 527, 2882
bricks, 1826
Wine bins ; of slate, 221
17. Of iron, 225.')^.
Cellars and fittings, in spec, 22826, 2281c
Winglield, Derbysliire
; manor house, 423.
Porch,
p.
999
Winter
; building brickwork in, 1832a, 19006,
2250A
W^ire ; strength of, 1630r. Gauge, Birming-
ham, 22.')4. Cords, rope, and strand, 2260.
Wire wove for glass, 2226(i
Wirework
; in lieu of lathing, 2246c, 2971(/
Wismar
;
church, 567. St. Mary's church, 572
Witney, Oxon
;
parochial church, 408
Wittering, Northamptonshire ; church,
p. 971
Wittlich, J. von
;
architect. 683
Woburn, Bedfordshire
; abbey, 512, 524
Woll'e, John ; architect, .'',04, .526
WoUaton hall, Notts, 440, 443, 445, 452
Wolscv, cardinal ; his buildings, 426
Woltcrton hall. Norfolk, 426, 1908a
Wood, John, of Bath ; architect, 513
Wood ; earliest material employed in building,
7. Usedfor joinery, 2125c. iSee
"
Timber."
Affected by heat from hot-water pipes,
2279i. Good sound conductor, 2964
block floor, 2173c. Mo.'saics, 1905/
bricks, 2166. In sjiec, 2285. Mouldings,
p.
98-1 et seq. Tapestry, 21756
carpet ))arquetry, 2173/"
working machin'.s, 2124 et seq. Carving
machine, 2121c
Woodstock, Oxfordshire
;
palace, 423
Woodwork ; mediaeval, 21926, 2192c. Ready-
made, 2124c
Worcester ; cathedral, 421. Founders and
dinunsions, 434. Section, 1583f/. Chapter
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