An Essay on Church Furniture and Decoration

Edward L. Cutts

Published by John Crockford, 1854
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143 pages plus publisher's ads at rear. Bright blue cloth with gilt lettering on front and spine. Extremities rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. Signature of Allan Cowburn and bookplate of John Ernest Smith Masters on front pastedown. Image availavle on request. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 005560

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Title: An Essay on Church Furniture and Decoration
Publisher: John Crockford
Publication Date: 1854
Binding: Cloth Covered Boards
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: First Edition

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Book Description John Crockford, 1854. Book Condition: Poor. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. Blue cover, stamped decoration. Gilt lettering on front cover and backstrip. Cover scuffed and slightly worn. Slightly loose binding towards back. Slight foxing. Edges worn. Bookseller Inventory # 4662616

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Cutts, Edward L.
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Book Description John Crockford, London, 1854. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. A good copy in original publishers cloth with gilt title to front board. Institutional bookplate to inside of front board. 143pp + 6pp advertisement. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Bookseller Inventory # 041905

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Book Description John CROCKFORD, London, 1854. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. No Jacket. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. BLUE CLOTH. 143pp inc index 10 plates (1 loose - no damage)+ text illustrations. period study of gothic architecture. personal inscription on fep. Bookseller Inventory # 009593

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CUTTS, Edward L. [ Cutts, Edward Lewes (18241901) ]:
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Book Description London: John Crockford 29 Essex Street Strand :, 1854. First edition, with 10 coloured, tinted and monochrome plates, and numerous illustrations and facsimiles in the text. A very good original Victorian binding. 8vo. [8pp.]/pp.143/[9pp. - Adverts]. Blind stamp decorated cloth boards with gilt titles to the front board. Corners and top & tail of spine carefully strengthened. Original yellow endpapers. Neat handwritten dedication (in a contemporary hand) to top of printed title page. Clean text throughout, well illustrated with in the text, plus 10 full-page plates.A well preserved book. ** "Cutts, Edward Lewes (18241901), antiquary, born on 2 March 1824, at Sheffield, was son of John Priston Cutts, optician, by Mary, daughter of Robert Waterhouse. He was educated at Sheffield Collegiate School and graduated B.A. at Queens' College, Cambridge, in 1848. Being ordained in the same year, he was curate successively of Ide Hill, Kent, until 1850, of Coggeshall, Essex, until 1857, and of Kelvedon until 1859, and was perpetual curate of Billericay until 1865. He had already acted also as local organising secretary of the Additional Curates Society, and on leaving Billericay became general secretary of the society in London, resigning in 1871, on presentation to the vicarage of Holy Trinity, Haverstock Hill. In 1876 Cutts was selected by the Arch-bishops of Canterbury and York to visit the East and inquire into the position of the Syrian and Chaldean churches; his report resulted in the formation of the Arch-bishop's Mission to the Assyrian Christians. He described his travels in 'Christians under the Crescent in Asia' (1887). Although accepting the ecclesiastical views of the high church party, he was sympathetic with every school of thought within the church. He received the degree of D.D. from the University of the South, U.S.A. Cutts long devoted himself to archaeology and the study of ecclesiastical history. In 1849 he published 'A Manual for the Study of the Sepulchral Slabs and Crosses of the Middle Ages.' This was followed in 1853 by 'Colchester Castle not a Roman Temple,' and in 1872 by 'Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages,' a series of articles contributed originally to the 'Art Journal'; in 1888 by 'Colchester,' in Freeman and Hunt's series of 'Historic Towns'; in 1893 by 'History of Early Christian Art'; and in 1898 by 'Parish Priests and their People in the Middle Ages in England.' Among his works on Church history are 'Turning Points of English Church History' (1874); 'Turning Points of General Church History' (1877); 'A Dictionary of the Church of England' (1887); ' A Handy Book of the Church of England' (1892); and 'Augustine of Canterbury' (1895) in Methuen's 'English Leaders of Religion.' The most notable of his religious works are 'A Devotional History of Our Lord' (1882) and 'Some Chief Truths of Religion' (1875), which was translated into Swahili and printed at the Universities Mission Press at Zanzibar in 1895. From 1852 to 1866 he was honorary secretary of the Essex Archaeologicall Society and editor of its 'Transactions.' Cutts died at Holy Trinity Vicarage, Haverstock Hill, on 2 Sept. 1901, and was buried at Brookwood cemetery, Woking. He married on 23 April 1846 Marian, daughter of Robert Knight of Nottingham, and by her had ten children, seven of whom survived him. Mrs. Cutts died on 14 Dec. 1889. [The Times, 4 and 6 Sept. 1901; Guardian, 11 Sept. 1901;Athenaeum, 7 Sept. 1901; information from his son, John E. K. Cutts, F.R.I.B.A.] " - See Wikisource . Bookseller Inventory # 41201

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Book Description 1854. CUTTS, Edward L. AN ESSAY ON CHURCH FURNITURE AND DECORATION. London: John Crockford, 1854. 8vo. Publisher's blue cloth. (viii), 143, (8) pages, 10 plates. First edition. Contents include woodwork, textile fabrics, metalwork, tile pavements, monuments, polychrome, etc. The principles of Gothic revival which influence Pugin and Morris are in full evidence. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 35128

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