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Unabridged Bibliography:

J. Abel Smith, 'Great Saxham Hall, Suffolk: the home of Lady Stirling', Country Life, 27 November 1986
Anon, 'A pair of Adam pedestals from Kimbolton Castle for Basildon Park', Apollo, April 2002
R. Adam, The ruins of the palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia, 1764
R. Adam, The works of Robert and James Adam, 1773-78, 1779, 1822
W. Adam, Vitruvius Scoticus: plans, elevations and sections of public buildings, noblemen's and gentlemen's houses in Scotland, 2001
B. Adams, London illustrated: 1604-1851, 1983
W. Adams, 'Classical Paisley', The Georgian, Summer 2003
D.G.C. Allan, ‘Coffee houses, taverns and great rooms’, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts , 2/4, 1998
B. Allen, 'Joseph Wilton, Francis Hayman and the Chimney-Pieces from Northumberland House', Burlington Magazine 125, April 1983
D.G.C. Allan, The Adelphi: past and present, 2001
Antiques trade gazette, 25 February 2012
Architectural publication society, The dictionary of architecture, 1870, Volumes 1-8
F. Arneil Walker, The buildings of Scotland: Argyll and Bute, 2000
D. Arnold, The Georgian country house: architecture, landscape and society, 1998
D. Arnold (ed.), The Georgian villa, 1998
S. Astley, Robert Adam's castles, 2000
A. Aymonino, 'Decorum and celebration of the family line: Robert Adam's monuments to the 1st Duchess of Northumberland', Burlington Magazine 153, May 2010
A. Aymonino, L. Gwynn, and M. Modolo, Paper palaces: the Topham collection as a source for British neo-Classicism, 2013
'A pair of Adam pedestals from Kimbolton Castle for Basildon Park', Apollo, April 2002
R. Baird, 'The queen of the bluestockings: Mrs Montagu's house at 23 Hill Street rediscovered', Apollo, August 2003
T.F.T. Baker, and C.R. Elrington (eds), ‘Hornsey, including Highgate: Highgate’, A history of the county of Middlesex, Volume 6, 1980
W. Branch Johnson, Welwyn by and large, 1967
G. Beard, Decorative plasterwork in Great Britain, 1975
G. Beard, Georgian craftsmen and their work, 1966
G. Beard, 'The Rose family of plasterers', Apollo 85, 1967
G. Beard, The work of Robert Adam, 1978
G. Beard, Upholsterers and interior furnishing in England: 1530-1840, 1997
R. Bearman, (ed.), Compton Verney: a history of the house and its owners, 2000
G. de Bellaigue, 'The furnishings of the Chinese drawing room, Carlton House', Burlington Magazine 109, September 1967
L. Bertelsen, 'David Garrick and English painting', American society for eighteenth-century studies 11, Spring 1978
J. Bettley, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Essex, 2007
M. Binney, 'Floors Castle, Roxburghshire - I-II', Country Life, 11-18 May 1978
M. Blythe Gerson, 'A glossary of Robert Adam’s neoclassical ornament', Architectural History 24, 1981
A.T. Bolton, '19 Arlington Street: a residence of the Marquess of Zetland', Country Life, 17 September 1921
A.T. Bolton, 'Lincoln's Inn and the fields', Architectural Review , June 1917
A.T. Bolton, 'Mersham Hatch, Kent: the seat of Lord Brabourne', Country Life, 26 March 1921
A.T. Bolton, ‘The Adelphi and the air board’, Country Life, 5 October 1918
A.T. Bolton, The architecture of Robert and James Adam, 1922
A.T. Bolton, 'Town houses of the XVIII century: number 19 Grosvenor Square - I-II', Country Life, 1-8 May 1919
J. Bowing, (ed.), The works of Jeremy Bentham, 1843, Volume 10
S. Bradley, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England, London 1: the city of London, 1997
S. Bradley, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: London 6: Westminster, 2003
I.C. Bristow, Architectural colour in British interiors: 1615-1840, 1996
I.C. Bristow, Interior house-painting: colours and technology, 1615-1840, 1996
I.C. Bristow, 'The room in the context of Robert Adam's work', Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin 82, Summer 1986
M.W. Brockwell, Catalogue of the pictures and other works of art in the collection of Lord St. Oswald at Nostell Priory, 1915
I.G. Brown, 'Robert Adam's drawings: Edinburgh's loss, London's gain', The book of the Old Edinburgh Club, new series 2, 1992
I.G. Brown, 'The Resemblance of a Great Genius': Commemorative Portraits of Robert Adam', Burlington Magazine 120, July 1978
R. Brown (ed.)., The architectural outsider, 1985
R.W. Brunskill, 'Lowther Village and Robert Adam', Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 1967
J. Bryant, The Iveagh Bequest: Kenwood, 1990
M. Bullen, J. Crook, R. Hubbuck, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Hampshire: Winchester and the north, 2010
M. Burn, London: Royal Hospital Chelsea for the Board of Commissioners/Public Buildings/The drawings of John Soane/Soane Museum online drawings catalogue
C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, 1715, 1722, 1725
L. Campbell Hatfield, 'A set of English silver condiment vases from Kedleston Hall', Bulletin (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) 79, 1981
R. Carter, 'The Drury Lane Theatres of Henry Holland and Benjamin Dean Wyatt', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 26, October 1967
C. Casey, The buildings of Ireland: Dublin, 2005
R. Cassidy, Copped Hall: a short history, 2009
R. Chamberlin, and R. Gray, Audley End, 1986
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Devon, 1989
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Hertfordshire, 1977
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: London 2: South, 1983
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: London 3: North West, 1991
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: London 4: north, 1998
B. Cherry and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Northamptonshire, 1973
B. Cherry, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Wiltshire, 1975
T. Chippendale, The gentleman and cabinet-maker’s director, 1754
C. Christie, The British country house in the eighteenth century, 2000
Christie’s, ‘British drawings and watercolours’, 9 July 1996
Christie's, 'Dundas masterpieces: the property of the Marquess of Zetland and the 3rd Marquess of Zetland's will trust', 3 July 1997
Christie’s, The Jenkins Venus, 13 June 2002
S. Colman, 'The de Carle Family: stonemasons of Bury St Edmunds', SIAH Proceedings, Volume XL, part 4, 2004
A. Coleridge, Chippendale furniture, 1968
A. Coleridge, 'English furniture supplied for Croome Court: Robert Adam and the 6th Earl of Coventry', Apollo, February 2000
A. Coleridge, 'Sir Laurence Dundas and Chippendale', Apollo, September 1967
Collage, London County Council photograph library online
H.M. Colvin, A biographical dictionary of British architects: 1600-1840, 2008
H.M. Colvin, Architecture and the afterlife, 1991
H.M. Colvin, 'Burghley House, Lincolnshire - I-II', Country Life, 23, 30 April 1992
H.M. Colvin, 'Croome Church and its architect', Georgian Group Journal 8, 1998
H.M. Colvin (ed.), The history of the King's works, Volumes I and V, 1976
H.M. Colvin, and J. Harris, The country seat, 1970
J. Cornforth, 'Applause from the galleries', Country Life, 2 January 1997
J. Cornforth, 'Audley End, Essex - I-II', Country Life, 27 December 1990 and 3 January 1991
J. Cornforth, Early Georgian interiors, 2004
J. Cornforth, ‘Newby Hall, North Yorkshire III-III’, Country Life, 14-21 June 1979
J. Cornforth, 'Saltram, Devon I, II and III' and 'The Making of the Saltram Landscape', Country Life, 27 April, 4 May, 11 May and 14 September 1967
J. Cornforth, ‘The Bath Assembly Rooms restored’, Country Life, 9 January 1964
J. Cornforth, and G. Acloque, 'The eternal Gothic of Eaton - I', Country Life, 11 February 1971
M. Cosh, 'The Adam family and Arniston', Architectural History 27, 1984
K. Croft, J. Dunbar, and R. Fawcett, The buildings of Scotland: Borders, 2006
E. Croft-Murray, Decorative painting in England 1537-1837, Volume 2: The eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, 1970
F. Davis, 'Adam - his influence on furniture design', Burlington Magazine 80, March 1942
J. Davis, Antique garden ornament, 1991
C.G.T. Dean, The Royal Hospital Chelsea, 1950
P. Dean, 'Chillington Hall, Staffordshire', Country Life, 30 September 1999
P. Dean, Sir John Soane and the country estate, 1999
T.M. Devine, 'A Glasgow tobacco merchant during the American War of Independence: Alexander Speirs of Elderslie, 1775-1781', The William and Mary Quarterly, Volume 33, number 3, July 1976
A. Doig, 'James Adam, James Essex and an altar-piece for King's College Chapel, Cambridge', Architectural History 21, 1978
J. Downs, 'A sofa designed by Robert Adam and executed by John Linnell', Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Museum 25, April 1930
T. Draper, 'Chandos House', The Georgian Group Journal, 1997
T. Draper, 'No 10 Hertford Street', The Georgian Group Journal, Volume IX, 1999
T. Draper, RCHME survey report, No 10 Hertford Street, Westminster, 1998
P.J. Drury, 'No other palace in the Kingdom will compare with it: the evolution of Audley End, 1605-1745', Architectural History, 1980
S.Y. Edgerton, 'Heat and style: eighteenth-century house warming by stoves', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 20, March 1961
Editorial, 'The Nabob of the north' Apollo, September 1967
R. Edwards, 'Furniture in the Adam style at Kenwood', Burlington Magazine 106, August 1964
E. Eger, and L. Peltz, Brilliant women: eighteenth-century bluestockings, 2008
English Heritage Review, 1997
Essex Record Office, 'Executors' account for Thomas Towers', D/DTWT31, 1778
K. Eustace, 'Robert Adam, Charles-Louis Clérisseau, Michael Rysbrack and the Hopetoun Chimneypiece', Burlington Magazine 139, November 1997
O. Fairclough, 'Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn and Robert Adam: Commissions for Silver 1768-80&', Burlington Magazine 137, June 1995
Farebrother Ellis & Co. auction catalogue, The Adelphi: catalogue of marble & wood chimneypiece, fire grates, wainscoting and doors, 2 April 1936
F. D. Ferguson, 'Wyatt chairs: rethinking the Adam heritage' Burlington Magazine 119, July 1977
G. Fitzgerald, 'Chippendale's place in the English rococo', Furniture History, 1968
P.H. Fitzgerald, Robert Adam, artists, and architect: his work and his system, 1904
E. Fitzmaurice, Life of William, Earl of Shelburne, afterwards first Marquess of Lansdowne, 1912
J. Fleming, ‘Adam Gothic’, Connoisseur, 142, 1958
J. Fleming, Robert Adam and his circle, 1962
J. Fleming, 'Robert Adam, Luc-François Breton and the Townshend monument in Westminster Abbey', Connoisseur 150, April 1962
J. Fleming, H. Honour, and N. Pevsner, The Penguin dictionary of architecture and landscape architecture, 2004
B. Ford, 'Sir Watkin Williams- Wynn: a Welsh Maecenas', Apollo, June 1974
B. Ford, 'William Constable: an enlightened Yorkshire patron', Apollo, June 1974
A. Foyle, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Somerset, North and Bristol, 2011
T. Friedman, The eighteenth-century church in Britain, 2011
G.E.C., The complete peerage, 1887-89 and 1910-59
C. Gallagher, ‘Restoration of the park at Nostell Priory’, National Trust magazine, winter 2004
J. Geddes, ‘The Prince of Wales at the Grange, Northington: an inventory of 1795’, Furniture History, XXII, 1986
Gentleman's Magazine, June 1763, March 1792
M. Gibbon, 'Stowe, Buckinghamshire', Architectural History 20, 1977
J. Gifford, The buildings of Scotland: Dumfries and Galloway, 1996
J. Gifford, The buildings of Scotland: Highlands and islands, 1992
J. Gifford, C. McWilliam, and D. Walker, The buildings of Scotland: Edinburgh, 1984
J. Gifford, and F.A. Walker, The buildings of Scotland: Stirling and Central Scotland, 2002
C. Gilbert, The life and work of Thomas Chippendale, 1978
C. Gilbert, 'Thomas Chippendale at Dumfries House', Burlington Magazine 111, November 1969
C. Gilbert, J. Lomax, and A. Wells-Cole, Country house floors: 1660-1850, 1987
C. Gilbert, and A. Wells-Cole, The fashionable fire place: 1660-1840, 1985
M. Girouard, Life in the English country house, 1978
J. Goldsmith Phillips, 'The tapestry room from Croome Court', The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 18, November 1959
A. Gomme, 'Compton Scarsdale or Sutton Verney?', English Heritage Review, Volume 2, 2007
J. Goodall, ‘The Lion of the North, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland’, Country Life, 4 March 2009
N. Goodison, 'Mr Stuart's tripods', Burlington Magazine 114, October 1972
C. Gordon, The Coventrys of Croome, 2000
R. Guilding, ‘Newby Hall’s magnificent sculpture glows again’, Country Life, 3 September 2008
I. and E. Hall, Burton Constable Hall: a century of patronage, 1991
M. Hall, and A. Smith, 'Sherborne Castle, Dorset I and II', Country Life, 10 and 17 August 2000
M. Hanson, 'Yen for golf', Country Life, 18 February 1988
J. Hardy, 'The Croome Court Library', Connoisseur 191, January 1976
J. Hardy, and H. Hayward, 'Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire I, II, III', Country Life, 26 January, 2 February, 9 February 1978
J. Hardy, and M. Tomlin, Osterley Park House, 1985
R. Harley, Artists' pigments, c1600-1855, 1970
E. Harris, 'Adam furniture in an Adam house', Country Life, 18 June 1964
E. Harris, 'Adam versus Wyatt', Burlington Magazine 139, May 1997
E. Harris, 'Don't wag the dog: a brief defence of the status quo of James Paine's designs for Kedleston', Architectural History 42, 1999
E. Harris, 'No fishy tale: a true account of the fishing room at Kedleston', Apollo, April 2006
E. Harris, Osterley Park, Middlesex, 1994
E. Harris, 'Robert Adam on Park Avenue - the interiors for Bolton House', Burlington Magazine, 137, February 1995
E. Harris, 'The colour of Adam', Country Life, 29 November 2007
E. Harris, The country houses of Robert Adam: from the archives of Country Life, 2007
E. Harris, The furniture of Robert Adam, 1963
E. Harris, The genius of Robert Adam: his interiors, 2001
E. Harris, 'What would Vitruvius think? Robert Adam's designs for embroidery', National Trust historic houses collections annual, 2010
E. Harris, and J.M. Robinson, 'New light on Wyatt at Fawley', Architectural History 27, 1984
E. Harris, and N. Savage, British architectural books and writers: 1556-1785, 1990
L. Harris, Robert Adam and Kedleston, 1987
E. Harris, 'Robert Adam at Headfort House, Ireland', Christie's international magazine, November 1996
L. Harris, and J. Banks, 'The family corridor at Kedleston Hall', Georgian Group Journal 8, 2003
J. Harris, A catalogue of British drawings for architecture, decoration, sculpture and landscape gardening 1550-1900 in American collections, 1971
J. Harris, 'C.R. Cockerell's 'Icnographica Domestica' ', Architectural History 14, 1971
J. Harris (ed.). Catalogue of the drawings collection of the RIBA, 1968
J. Harris, English decorative ironwork from contemporary source books: 1610-1836, 1960
J. Harris, Headfort House & Robert Adam: drawings from the collection of Mr and Mrs Paul Mellon, 1973
J. Harris, Moving rooms: the trade in architectural salvage, 2007
J. Harris, 'The Dundas empire', Apollo, September 1967
J. Harris, 'Shardeloes: a lasting tribute to a remarkable restoration', Connoisseur 146, December 1961
J. Harris, Sir William Chambers, Knight of the Pole Star, 1970
D. Hart-Davis, ‘Heroic panorama’, Country Life, 22 February 1990
C. Hartop, The classical ideal: English silver, 1760-1840, 2010
C. Hartwell, M. Hyde, E. Hubbard, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Cheshire, 2011
C. Hartwell, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Lancashire: north, 2009
H. Hayward, 'Splendour at Croome Court: new light on Vile and Cobb', Apollo, May 1974
H. Hayward, and P. Kirkham, William and John Linnell: eighteenth-century London furniture makers, 1980
G. Headley, and W. Meulenkamp, Follies, grottoes and garden buildings, 1999
W. Hefford, 'Thomas Moore of Moorfields', Burlington Magazine 119, December 1977
R. Hewlings, 'A Palmyra ceiling in Lincoln', Architectural History 21, 1988
P. Howell, and T.W. Pritchard, 'Wynnstay, Denbighshire', Country Life, 23, 30 March, 6 April 1972
R. Hradsky, ‘The 1771 competition for rebuilding Lincoln’s Inn’, The Georgian Group Journal, 2009
G. Hughes, 'A new display on Robert Adam's work at Audley End House', English Heritage Review, 1999
P. Hughes, ‘Paul Sandby and Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn’, Burlington Magazine 114, July 1972
D.C. Huntington, ‘Robert Adam’s ‘Mise-en-Scéne’ of the human figure’, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 27, December 1968
C. Hussey, 'Headfort, Co. Meath - I-III', Country Life, 21, 28 March and 4 April 1936
C. Hussey, ‘Nostell Priory, Yorkshire – I and II: The Property of the Trustees of the Late Lord St Oswald’, Country Life , (16 and 23 May 1952)
C. Hussey, ‘The Admiralty Building, Whitehall’, Country Life, 17 November 1923
C. Hussey, The English country house: mid-Georgian 1760-1800, 1956
C. Hussey, 'The reopening of Kenwood', Country Life, 26 May 1950
M. Hyde, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Cumbria: Cumberland, Westmorland and Furness, 2010
J. Ingamells, A dictionary of British and Irish travellers in Italy: 1701-1800, 1997
S. Jackson, 'Drawings in the Adam volumes relating to Osterley Park house', unpublished catalogue in the archive of Sir John Soane's Museum, August 1993
G. Jackson-Stops, 'Arcadia under the plough: the garden at Halsewell, Somerset', Country Life, 9 February 1989
G. Jackson-Stops, ‘Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire’, Country Life, 30 January 1986
G. Jackson-Stops, 'Hatchlands, Surrey', Country Life, 20 April 1989
S. Jenkins, Compton Verney handbook, 2004
A. Kelly, 'Coade stone at Croome', Apollo, April 1997
F. Kelsall, ‘Liardet versus Adam’, Architectural History 27, 1984
J. Kenworthy-Browne, ‘Designing around the statues: Matthew Brettingham’s casts at Kedleston’, Apollo, April 1993
J. Kerslake, ‘Robert Adam’, Burlington Magazine 120, November 1978
F. Kimball, ‘Lansdowne House redivivus’, The Philadelphia Museum Bulletin 39, The drawing room from Lansdowne House, November 1943
F. Kimball, ‘The Moor Park tapestry suite of furniture by Robert Adam: bequest of Alma V. W.S. Lorimer’, The Philadelphia Museum Bulletin 39, March 1941
Lewis’, ‘The genesis of Strawberry Hill’, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 5, August 1934
C.B. King Ltd., Catalogue of choice & valuable furnishings [...] within Kenwood mansion Hampstead, 6-9 November 1922
D. King, The complete works of Robert & James Adam and unbuilt Adam, 2001
N. Kitz, ‘Adam’s Early Folly’, Country Life, 13 December 1979
T. Knox, ‘Return of the damask’, Country Life, 9 March 2006
T. Knox, The Churches Conservation Trust, St Andrew’s Church, Gunton, 2005
T. Knox, The National Trust. West Wycombe Park: Buckinghamshire, 2001
T. Knox, ‘Strawberry Hill, Twickenham’, Country Life, August 2004
T. Knox, and A. Palmer (ed.), Aspects of Osterley, 2000
A. Laing, ‘Bacchus the wanderer: the peregrinations of an antique statue between Painshill Park and Anglesey Abbey’, Apollo, National Trust house and collections issue, 2008
J. Lake, 'The furniture at Croome Court: The patronage of George William, 6th Earl of Coventry', Apollo, January 1997
R.M. Larsen (ed.)., Maids & mistresses: celebrating 300 years of women and the Yorkshire country house, 2004
L. Laurence, ‘Robert Adam’s instruments for Catherine the Great’, Early Music Journal, August 2011
P. Leach, James Paine, 1988
P. Leach, ‘James Paine’s design for the south front of Kedleston Hall: dating and sources’, Architectural History 40, 1997
P. Leach, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Yorkshire West Riding, 2009
J. Lees-Milne, The age of Adam, 1947
J. Lever, and J. Harris, Illustrated dictionary of architecture: 800-1914, 1993
L. Lewis, ‘Elizabeth, Countess of Home, and her house in Portman Square’, Burlington Magazine 109, August 1967
P. Lewis, and J. Darley, Dictionary of ornament, 1986
W.S. Lewis, ‘The genesis of Strawberry Hill’, Metropolitan Museum Studies, Volume 5, Number 1 (August 1934
L. Libin, 'Robert Adam's instruments for Catherine the Great', Early Music Journal, August 2001
Lowther conservation area appraisal and management plan, July 2013
J. Macaulay, The classical country house in Scotland: 1660-1800, 1987
Macmillan encyclopaedia of architects, Vol. 1, 1928
H.E. Malden (ed.). A history of the county of Surrey, 1911, Volume 3
W. Malloch, ‘The Earl of Bute’s machine organ: a touchstone of taste’, Early Museum Journal 11, April 1983
J. Manco, ‘Pulteney Bridge’, Architectural History 38, 1995
M. Mauchline, Harewood House: one of the treasure houses of Britain, 1992
K. Maxwell, '21 Portman Square', The Georgian, Volume 1, 2005
M.J. McCarthy, ‘The rebuilding of Stowe House, 1770-77’, Huntington Library Quarterly 36, May 1973
M.K. Meade, ‘Plans of the New Town in Edinburgh’, Architectural History 14, 1971
M. Miers, 'Bowood House, Calne, Wiltshire: the seat of the Marquess of Lansdowne', Country Life, 22 June 2006
R. Middleton, ‘The sculpture gallery at Newby Hall’, AA files, Autumn 1985
'Moor Park - I-II. Hertfordshire: the seat of Lord Elbury', Country Life, 6-13 January 1912
J. Morley, 'Rich, chaste and Etruscan', Country Life, 9 May 1991
C. Mosley (ed.), Burke’s peerage, baronetage & knightage, 2003
T. Mowl, and B. Earnshaw, Trumpet at a distant gate: the lodge as prelude to the country house, 1985
R. Moye, The restoration of the Shire Hall, Hertfordshire, 1990
T. Murdoch, ‘A mirror designed by Robert Adam: an Adam mirror for Coventry House returns to London’, National Art Collections Fund Annual Report, 1992
J. Musson, ‘Temples to boating’, Country Life, 1 August 1996
J. Musson, 'The genius of Gunton Park', Country Life, 14 June 2007
I. Nairn, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Surrey, 1971
I. Nairn, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Sussex, 1965
J. Newman, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Dorset, 1972
J. Newman, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: west Kent and the Weald, 1976
J. Newman, and N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Shropshire, 2006
‘Obituary of considerable persons; with biographical anecdotes’, Gentleman’s Magazine, March 1792
P. Oppé, ‘Robert Adam’s picturesque compositions’, Burlington Magazine 80, March 1942
A. Oswald, 'Chillington Hall, Staffordshire', Country Life, 13, 20, 28 February 1948
A. Oswald, 'Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdonshire - I-III: the home of Kimbolton School', Country Life, 5, 12, 19 December 1968
A. Oswald, 'Tusmore, Oxfordshire: the seat of Lord Bicester - I-II', Country Life, 30 July - 6 August 1938
J. Parker, ‘Croome Court: the architecture and furniture’, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 18, November 1959
J. Parker, ‘Patrons of Robert Adam at the Metropolitan Museum’, Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal 1, 1968
C. Parry-Wingfield, ‘David Garrick and the art of living’, Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, Volume 28, number 8, 2004
H.M. Paton, ‘The General Register House’ The book of the Old Edinburgh Club, Volume 17, 1930
A. Peers, ‘The architectural evolution of the stables at Nostell Priory, Yorkshire’, Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, Volume 52, 2008
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Bedfordshire and the country of Huntingdon and Peterborough, 1968
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, 1967
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Herefordshire, 1963
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Staffordshire, 1974
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Wiltshire, 1963
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Worcestershire, 1968
N. Pevsner, The buildings of England: Yorkshire, the North Riding, 1966
N. Pevsner, and E. Hubbard, The buildings of England: Cheshire, 1971
N. Pevsner, and D. Neave, The buildings of England: Yorkshire: York and the East Riding, 1995
N. Pevsner, and J. Newman, The buildings of England: north east and east Kent, 1983
N. Pevsner, and E. Radcliffe, The buildings of England: Cornwall, 1970
N. Pevsner, and E. Radcliffe, The buildings of England: Suffolk, 1974,
N. Pevsner, and E. Radcliffe, The buildings of England: Yorkshire West Riding, 1967
N. Pevsner, I. Richmond, J. Grundy, G. McCrombie, P. Ryder, and H. Welfare, The buildings of England: Northumberland, 1992
N. Pevsner, and A. Wedgwood, The buildings of England: Warwickshire, 2003
N. Pevsner, and E. Williamson, The buildings of England: Buckinghamshire, 1994
N. Pevsner, and E. Williamson, The buildings of England: Derbyshire, 1978
N. Pevsner, and E. Williamson, The buildings of England: Leicester and Rutland, 1984
J. Phillips, and P. Williams, ‘The Oaks Park mansion house’, Carshalton & District History & Archaeology Society report on an excavation, July 2009
C. Picén, ‘Two neo-attic pedestals at Newby Hall’, Burlington Magazine 127, October 1985
D. Pickersgill, A history of Byram Hall and its park, 1996
L.B. Podos, ‘Catalogue of the Adam drawings for Kenwood in Sir John Soane’s Museum’, unpublished and within the Soane Museum archive, 1992
W. Pryse, ‘True Gothic taste’, Country Life, 21 March 2012
D. Pullins, 'Reassessing Elizabeth Montagu's architectural patronage at 23 Hill Street, London', Burlington Magazine, June 2008
S. Raikes, and T. Knox, Nostell Priory and Parkland, 2001
Ralph, Pay, Lord & Ransom, ‘Chandos House, Queen Anne Street', auction catalogue, 5th December 1963
‘Review’, National art collections fund, 2000
M. Richardson, 'A 'fair' drawing: a little known Adam design for Burghley', Apollo, Volume CXXXVI, Number 306, August 1992
T. Richardson, ‘Painshill, Surrey’, Country Life, 4 January 2001
J. Rishel, ‘The painted decoration’, Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin 82, Drawing room from Lansdowne House, Summer 1986
‘Robert Adam (1728-1792). Scroll sofa carved by Sefferin Alken for the Gallery at Croome Court', NACF Review, 1989
H. Roberts, ‘The Derby House commode’, Burlington Magazine 127, May 1985
F.W. Robertson, ‘The gardens of Cullen House, Banffshire, 1760’, Garden History 26, Winter 1998
A. Robey, ‘Final report on Ancaster House, Richmond Hill’ planning application historical report, 2014
J. M. Robinson, Georgian model farms, 1983
J.M. Robinson, ‘Knowsley Hall, Lancashire – II’, Country Life, 24 June 1999
I. Roscoe, A biographical dictionary of sculptors in Britain, 1660-1851, 2009
A. Rowan, ‘After the Adelphi: forgotten years in the Adam brothers’ practice’, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, Volume 122, September 1974
A. Rowan, ‘Bob the Roman’, Heroic antiquity & the architecture of Robert Adam, 2003
A. Rowan, Designs for castles and country villas by Robert & James Adam, 1985
A. Rowan, ‘Lord Derby’s reconstruction of The Oaks’, Burlington Magazine 127, October 1985
A. Rowan, Robert Adam: catalogue of architectural drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1988
A. Rowan, ‘The building of Hopetoun’, Architectural History 27, 1984
A. Rowan, ‘The Duke of Northumberland’s garden house at Hulne Priory’, Architectural History 41, 1998
A. Rowan, ‘Ugbrooke Park, Devon - I-III’, Country Life, 20, 27 July and 3 August 1967
A. Rowan, Vaulting ambition: the Adam brothers, contractors to the metropolis in the reign of George III, 2007
R. Rowe, Adam silver: 1765-1795, 1965
R. Rowe, ‘The library writing-table from Harewood House’, Burlington Magazine 108, June 1966
F. Russell, ‘The house that became a hostage’, Country Life, 29 October 1998
T. Russell, 'Shades of russet and brown', Country Life, 8 October 2008
J. Rykwert, and A. Rykwert, The brothers Adam: the men and the style, 1985
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