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TRINITY CHURCH, SAINT GILES-IN-THE-FIELDS Committee of Works
[Subscriptions appeal. 1833]
Trinity Church, St. Giles-in-the-Fields. It having been determined by several of the principal pew and seat holders that some alterations might be made with advantage in the interior of Trinity Church, ...
[London]: [1833].
[4] p. ; 25.2 cm. (4°)

Folded half-sheet, first verso and conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. An appeal to pew and seat holders inviting them to subscribe to works concerned with alterations to the interior of the church, dated at the end 'Jan. 1833'. Trinity Church (also known as Little Queen Street Chapel) was a chapel-of-ease facing onto Little Queen Street, which was later supplanted by the northern end of Kingsway. Designed in a neo-Gothic style by Francis Bedford, it was opened in 1831 and demolished in 1910, when it was replaced by the present Holy Trinity Church, only the façade of which survives.

Copy Notes Folded and adressed as a letter to Sir J Soane / 13 Lincolns Inn Fields, with red seal.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 5824


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