Further Your Research on St Stephen's

Howard Colvin et al, 'The King's Works', 6 vols (London, HMSO, 1963-82)

Christine Riding and Jacqueline Riding, 'The Houses of Parliament: History, Art and Architecture' (London, Merell, 2000)

Paul Binski, 'The Painted Chamber at Westminster,' (London, Society of Antiquaries, 1986)

Maurice Hastings, 'St Stephens Chapel' (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1955)

Henrietta Leyser, ‘Medieval Women,’ (New York, St Martin’s Press, 1988)

Joanna Laynesmith, ‘The Last Medieval Queens: English Queenship, 1445-1503,’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).

Asa Briggs, 'The Age of Improvement, 2nd edn', (London, 1999)

Eric Evans, 'Parliamentary Reform in Britain, c1770-1918', (London, 1999)

John Field, 'The Story of Parliament in the Palace of Westminster' (London, James & James, 2002)

Christopher Jones, 'The Great Palace: The Story of Parliament' (London, BBC, 1983)

Sarah Richardson, ‘The Political Worlds of Women: Gender and Politics in Nineteenth Century Britain’ (London, Routledge, 2003)

Bryan H. Fell and K.R. Mackenzie, 'The Houses of Parliament: An Illustrated Guide to the Palace of Westminster', (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1967)

James Pope-Hennessy, 'The Houses of Parliament', (London: Joseph, 1975)

M.H. Port, ‘The Houses of Parliament’ (New Have: Yale, 1976)

Harry Boyne, 'The Houses of Parliament', (London: Batsford, 1981)

K.R. Mackenzie, 'The Palace of Westminster', (Norwich; Jarrold, 1977)

Brian Doolan, 'The Pugins and The Hardmans', (Archdiocese of Birmingham Historical Commission, 2004)

Jennifer Tanfield, 'In Parliament - 1939-50: The Effect of the War on the Palace of Westminster', (London: HMSO, 1991)

Caroline Shenton, ‘Mr Barry’s War’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016)

 

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