Some dwellers in Crosby Hall
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Some dwellers in Crosby Hall being a paper read before the Langbourn Ward Club, October 3rd, 1907. by George Bell Doughty

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Published by Crowther & Goodman in London .
Written in English


  • Crosby, John, -- Sir, -- d. 1475.

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Cover title: Crosby Hall, 1470-1907.

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Pagination30 p. :
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL20146696M

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  See also Godfrey, W. Emil, ‘ Crosby Hall and its re-erection ’, Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 26 (), pp. – W. Emil Godfrey was the son of Walter Godfrey the architect (who had worked on Crosby Hall for the Survey of London with Norman and Caroe) and who was commissioned by Patrick Geddes in to ‘rebuild Cited by: 1. Notes and Sketches of Crosby Hall by Frederick Nash and Valentine Davis, in the Library of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Bishopsgate. By the Rev. J. E. Cox, D. D. (Largely compiled from Hugo's book.) London, (Illustrated.) Crosby Hall: the Ancient Palace and Great Banqueting Hall, its History and Restoration. Between , the wealthy grocer John Crosby built Crosby Hall, described by John Stow, in his “Survay of London” of , as “very large and beautiful”, on Bishopsgate in the City of London. The Hall survived the Great Fire of Crosby Hall is situated in the ancient manor of Little Crosby, formerly in Lancashire. Close to the city of Liverpool in the modern county of Merseyside, it is a Grade II* listed building.. The existing hall was constructed circa in place of the previous Elizabethan manor house, some of which still square in layout it is a three-storey structure built of sandstone ashlar.

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Some of the inhabitants are fishermen, who reap a harvest of shrimps, flukes, and cockles from the sea and broad firm sands. Excepting those which cluster about Crosby Hall, there are but few trees or hedges, fields being principally divided by ditches. Below is a list of M.R. Hall’s books in order of when they were first released: Publication Order of Jenny Cooper Books. The Coroner () The Disappeared () The Redeemed () The Flight () The Innocent () The Chosen Dead () The Burning () A Life to Kill / The Last Post. Details. In the entry for: TQ NE CHEYNE WALK SW3 61/18 Crosby Hall II* Great Hall and hall of residence. Principal architectural features from the Great Hall, the only surviving part of the mansion of Crosby Hall, built in by the wool merchant John Crosby in Bishopsgate in the City of London, but re-erected in Chelsea under the supervision of Walter Godfrey in because. Unlike most private homes, Crosby Hall merits an appearance and special mention in some copies of the London A-Z. For most of the 20th century it was used as a hostel and canteen by the British.