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Cottages and Villas

  • Patrick Conner

Abstract

1819 is a year notable, in retrospect, for its literary births. It marks the first appearance of George Eliot, Arthur Hugh Clough, Charles Kingsley, and — on 8 February, in Hunter Street, London — John Ruskin. Other celebrated fellow-infants of 1819 were Princess Victoria and Prince Albert; John Ruskin went up to Oxford in the year of Victoria’s accession to the throne.

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National Character Natural Scenery Early Nineteenth Century Human Quality Country House 
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Notes

  1. 2.
    Quoted in Helen L. Viljoen, Ruskin’s Scottish Heritage (1956), p. 92.Google Scholar
  2. 5.
    Joan Evans John Ruskin (1954), P. 59.Google Scholar
  3. 7.
    Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, The Englishness of English Art (1956), e.g. pp. 59–60.Google Scholar
  4. 18.
    See J. L. Petit, Remarks on Architectural Character (Oxford 1846), pp. 5ff;Google Scholar
  5. T. L. Donaldson, Preliminary Discourse on Architecture (1842), p. 29;Google Scholar
  6. W. M. Bucknall, Builder (3 July 1852), p. 418Google Scholar
  7. 33.
    G. Wightwick, The Palace of Architecture (1840), Preface and pp. 113, 126. 34.Essays (1790), e.g. pp. 269–334.Google Scholar

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© Patrick Conner 1979

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