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[Footnote 839:  Warburton and Hurd’s Correspondence, 3.]

[Footnote 840:  James Fergusson’s History of the Modern Styles of Architecture, 246.]

[Footnote 841:  Id. 246.]

[Footnote 842:  Id. 255.]

[Footnote 843:  M.E.C.  Walcot, Traditions, &c., of Cathedrals, 47.]

[Footnote 844:  Quoted in Q.  Rev. vol. vi. 62.]

[Footnote 845:  Id. vol. lxix. iii.]

[Footnote 846:  Parentalia, p. 305. Q.  Rev. vol. ii. 133.]

[Footnote 847:  Il Penseroso.]

[Footnote 848:  Persian Letters, No. xxvi.]

[Footnote 849:  Paterson’s Pietas Londinensis, 1714, 236.]

[Footnote 850:  Cawthorne’s Poems.—­Anderson’s English Poets, x. 425.]

[Footnote 851:  Seward’s Anecdotes, 1798, ii. 312.]

[Footnote 852:  J. Fergusson’s Mod.  Archit. 282.]

[Footnote 853:  Its advocates were very desirous, about this time, of substituting the term ‘English’ for ’Gothic.’—­Sayers, ii. 440. Q.  Rev. ii. 133, iv. 476.]

[Footnote 854:  Sayers’ ’Architect.  Antiquities.’—­Life and Works, ii. 476.]

[Footnote 855:  Gentleman’s Mag. 1799, 858.]

[Footnote 856:  Gentleman’s Mag. 1799, 667-70, 733-6, 858-61.]

[Footnote 857:  A.P.  Stanley’s Hist.  Memorials of Westminster Abbey, 540-2.]

[Footnote 858:  M.E.C.  Walcot, Traditions & Customs of Cathedrals, 47-55.]

[Footnote 859:  Gentleman’s Mag. 1799, 669.]

[Footnote 860:  Id.]

[Footnote 861:  Walcot, 52.]

[Footnote 862:  Id. 51.]

[Footnote 863:  London Parishes, &c., 146.]

[Footnote 864:  H. Walpole’s Letters, i. 360.]

[Footnote 865:  Defoe’s Tour through the whole Island, i. 85.]

[Footnote 866:  Many of them, however, could not yet have recovered from the treatment they had endured in the time of the Commonwealth.  Though the Parliamentary committee appointed to decide the question had happily decided against the demolition of cathedrals, they were allowed to fall into a miserable state of dilapidation and decay.]

[Footnote 867:  Secker’s Eight Charges, 151-4.]

[Footnote 868:  In his Charge to the Clergy of St. Asaph, 1710.]

[Footnote 869:  Bishop Butler’s Primary Charge, 1751.]

[Footnote 870:  Horne’s ’Thoughts on Various Subjects’—­Works, i. 286.]

[Footnote 871:  J. Hervey, ’Medit. among the Tombs’—­Works, i. 1.]

[Footnote 872:  W. Longman’s History of St. Paul’s, chap. 4.  See especially the account quoted there from Earle’s Microcosmography, 1628.]

[Footnote 873:  Quoted in Id.]

[Footnote 874:  Hen.  IV. part ii. act i. sc. 2.]

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