JAMES FERGUSSON  (1808-86)  CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF WRITINGS

 

 

 

 

age

 

       MISCELLANEOUS

 INDIAN AND EASTERN ARCHITECTURE

    HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

MODERN STYLES OF ARCHITECTURE

 

 japan

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1841

 

                              1 "The True Principles of Pointed or

1841

Tenpo

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Travels for field work in India since 1835, back to England by 1843

 

                                  Christian Architecture" by A.Pugin

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On the Rock-Cut Temples of India  (Indian Cave Temples)

 

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  (read in the Royal Asiatic Society. Printed in 1846 in JRAS vol.8)

 

 

 

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Kouka

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The Last Travel to India

5 ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ROCK-CUT TEMPLES OF INDIA

 

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    (large 18 lithographs & small book <monograph of 1843 & 10 plates>)

 

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AN ESSAY ON THE ANCIENT TOPOGRAPHY OF JERUSALEM

 

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Ancient Buddhist Architecture of India  (read in RIBA)

8 PICTURESQUE ILLUSTRATIONS OF ANCIENT ARCHI-

 

                              8 Completion of British domain in India

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Kaei

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AN ESSAY ON A PROPOSED NEW SYSTEM OF FORTIFICATION

    TECTURE IN HINDOSTANlarge 24 lithographs & 70pp. of book

9  AN HISTORICAL INQUIRY INTO THE TRUE PRINCIPLES

 

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1850

 

    (originaly intended to about 100 lithographs of Indian architecture)

   OF BEAUTY IN ART, MORE ESPECIALLY WITH REFERENCE

 

1850

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THE PALACES OF NINEVEH AND PERSEPOLIS RESTORED

 

   TO ARCHITECTURE  vol. 1 (550pp. 308plates)

                              1 1st international exposition in London

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  (treating architecture of Assyria and Persia. 400pp. 45 plates)

2 Reprint of PICTURESQUE ILLUSTRATIONS OF ANCIENT ARCHI-

      (only 4 copies were sold and gave up to continue next 2 vols.)

 

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THE PERIL OF PORTSMOUTH,FRENCH FLEETS & ENGLISH FORTS

     TECTURE

 

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On the Architectural Splendour of the City of Bijapur

 

                              4  "Dictionnaire Raisonné de 'Architec-

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Ansei

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5 THE ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE

                                   ture Française" by Viollet-le-Duc

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PORTSMOUTH PROTECTED,WITH NOTES ON SEBASTOPOL &

 

    BEING A CONCISE AND POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE DIFFERENT

 

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 OTHER SIEGES DURING THE PRESENT WAR  (cont. of 1853 book)

 

   STYLES OF ARCHITECTURE PREVAILING IN ALL AGES & COUNRIES

                              7-9 The Indian Mutiny

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     2vols. (rewritten by geographical order and got a success)

                              8 Start of Direct Government by Britain

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9 Reprint of THE ILLSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE 2vols.

 

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1860

 

Stonehenge  (appeared in the uarterly Review)

 

     (530pp.535pp. 840 plates)

                              1 Foundation of  A.S.I. 

1860

Man'en

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NOTES ON THE SITE OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE AT JERUSALEM

 

     (Indian part 147pp. Eastern part 24pp.) <China 11pp.>

                 

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Bunkyu

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THE MAUSOLEUM AT HALICARNASSUS, RESTORED IN CON-

 

 

2 HISTORY OF THE MODERN STYLES

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  FORMITY WITH THE REMAINS RECENTLY DISCOVERED

 

    OF ARCHITECTURE 1st (550pp. 310 plates)

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     (as the 3rd volume of HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE)

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Genji

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THE HOLY SEPULCHRE AND THE TEMPLE AT JERUSALEM

6 ARCHITECTURE IN DHARWAR AND MYSORE

5 A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IN ALL COUNTRIES

     (treating modern architecture since the Renaissance

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Keioh

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On the Study of Indian Architecture  (read in the Society of Arts)

    (treating Architecture in Karnataka Region with Meadows Taylor)

    FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY 1st vol. 1

      in each countries)

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7                  〃                      vol. 2

 

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Description of the Amaravati Tope at Gantur  (appeared in JRAS)

8 TREE AND SERPENT WORSHIP, OR ILLUSTRATIONS OF

     (rearranged HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE in historical order and

                              8 The Meiji Restoration

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Meiji

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On Indian Chronology  (read in Royal Asiatic Society. 1870 in JRAS)

    MYTHOLOGY AND ART IN INDIA, IN THE 1st AND 4th CEN-

      revised largely into World History of Architecture)

 

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1870

 

    TURIES AFTER CHRIST (gorgeous book treating Stupas and

     (700pp.840pp. 1,180 plates)  (as the 1st and 2nd of 3 volumes)

 

1870

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Received ROYAL GOLD MEDAL from RIBA

    Toranas of Sanchi & Amaravati. 260pp. & large colored plates 100pp.)

     (Indian part 226pp. Eastern part 62pp.) <China 24pp.>

 

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RUDE STONE MONUMENTS IN ALL COUNTRIES ;

 

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 THEIR AGE AND USES (580pp. 235 plates)

3 TREE AND SERPENT WORSHIP, 2nd. ( 290pp.100pp.)

 

3 HISTORY OF THE MODERN STYLES ・・・・・ 2nd

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originaly intended as the 5th vol. of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

 

4 A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE ・・・・・・・・・ 2nd 2vols.

    revised edition. 580pp. 330 plates in New York too?

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6 HISTORY OF INDIAN AND EASTERN ARCHITECTURE

     (deleted the part of Indian and Eastern architecture and revized totally)

    as the 4th volume of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE)

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    1st    (as the 3rd volume of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE)

     (640pp.630pp. 1,015 plates)  (as the 1st and 2nd of 4 volumes)

 

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     (independent volume of Indian and Eastern parts. 775pp. 400 plates)

  

                              7 Declaration of  Queen Victoria

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THE TEMPLES OF THE JEWS AND THE OTHER BUILDINGS

     (Indian part 603pp. Eastern part 117pp.) <China 26pp.Japan 1/2p.>

6 Published HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2vols. in New York

                                    as Empress of India

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 IN THE HARAM AREA AT JERUSALEM (330pp. 88plates)

  

 

 

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1880

 

On the Identification of the Portrait of Chosroes II  (appeared in JRAS)

 

1880

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0 THE CAVE TEMPLES OF INDIA

 

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     (large book compiling main cave temples in India. 640pp. 350 plates)

 

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THE PARTHENON, AN ESSAY ON THE ORIGIN AND CONST-

     (a joint work with James Burgess, published by A.S.I.)

3 Reprint of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2nd. 2vols.

 

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 RUCTION OF GREEK AND ROMAN TEMPLES  150pp. 65plates

4 ARCHAEOLOGY IN INDIA, WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO

     in New York and Boston

                              4 Start of the Indian National Congress

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On the Restoration of Westminster Hall  (appeared in the 19th Century)

    THE WORKS OF BABU RAJENDRALALA MITRA

 

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James Fergusson died (at the age of 77

     (disputing book against Rajendralala Mitra. 125pp.)

 

                              6 Start of the Institute of Technology

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                                  in the Imperial University, Japan

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1890

 

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1 Reprint of INDIAN & EASTERN ARCHITECTURE in New York too

 

1 HISTORY OF THE MODERN STYLES ・・・・・ 3rd

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     (as the 3rd vol. of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE)

 

    2vols. (Robert Kerr made additions in each chapters.)

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3 A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE ・・・・・・・・・ 3rd 2vols.

     (350pp.460pp. 375 plates)  (in New York too)

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    (revised by Rechard Phené Spiers)

     (though not written as the 4th and 5th volumes of

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    (665pp.655pp. 1,035 plates)  (as the 1st and 2nd of 5 volumes)

      HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE, regarded as so)

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    (Burgess and White called this book HISTORY OF ANCIENT AND

 

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     MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE, an edition with such title page might exist.)

 

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9 Reprint of INDIAN & EASTERN ARCHITECTURE in New York too?

 

                              9 Inaugulation of Curzon as Viceroy

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1900

 

     (NEW IMPRESSION edition)

 

1900

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1 J. Burgess started revising INDIAN & EASTERN ARCHITECTURE

 

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 ( Italic letters indicate monographs. )

 

                              3-4 Chuta Ito's Travel to India

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 ( Small letters indicate small books. )

 

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 ( Books without special referrence were published

 

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   in London, most of that were by John Murray. )

 

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 ( Books in New York were by Dod and Mead. )

 

7 Reprint of HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 3rd. 2vols.

 

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  in New York and Boston

 

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1910

 

0 HISTORY OF INDIAN AND EASTERN ARCHITECTURE

 

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    2nd   2vols.  (revised largely Indian part by J. Burgess,

   (Although INDIAN AND EASTERN ARCHITECTURE grew into 2 volumes,

                              1 George V' Durbar in Delhi

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     Eastern part by R.Ph. Spiers into 2 volumes to be standard edition)

   they did not write HISTORY OF ARCHITCTURE in 6 volumes totaly.)

 

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Taisho

 

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     (490pp.590pp. 510 plates,  65 sheets of photos for the first time)

 

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     (Indian part 820pp. Eastern part 195pp.) <China 42pp.Japan 23pp.>

 

                              4 The Second World War

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