2 edition of windows of Merchant Taylors" Hall found in the catalog.
windows of Merchant Taylors" Hall
Frederick M. Fry
1934 by printed for private circulation by Burrup, Mathieson and Company, Limited ; plates and key-plans by Chiswick Press in [London] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Sir Frederick Morris Fry and Walter Lloyd Thomas.|
|Contributions||Thomas, Walter Lloyd.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 17 p., 22 (i.e. 32) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||32|
MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL was founded in by the Merchant Taylors' Company of London, a guild of tailors and linen-armourers. Its first headmaster was the famous schoolmaster Richard Mulcaster. The school still educates young minds today. Famous past students of the school include Edmund Spenser, Thomas Kyd, Lancelot Andrewes, John Webster, and James Shirley. Merchant Taylors' Company, Merchants Taylors Hall, 30 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8JB Aims & activities - the maintenance, improvement and support of Merchant Taylors' School; - the benefit of the said school or of all or any of the pupils attending the said school in any manner which is exclusively charitable; - the founding or support.
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During Duke of Northumberland's attempt to put Lady Jane Grey on the throne, the Lord Mayor, Sir George Barnes, was summoned to Greenwich on 8 Julalong with 6 or 8 Aldermen, 6 Merchant Staplers and 6 Adventurers, the latter of which included 4 members of the Merchant Taylors' Company, including Richard Hilles who was thus a signatory to.
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The building two storeys over basement, consists of a hall lit by tall round headed windows on both sides and two floors of smaller rooms. The building is now the Headquarters of An Taisce, the National Trust for Ireland. Established inTailors Hall was the headquarters and meeting place of the Guild of Merchant Tailors from The building on the left is on the site of the old fives courts and is, presumably, the chemistry laboratory.
On the right is the boys’ toilet block. The two side windows of the Great Hall, now hidden by the Williams Hall, are clearly visible. Their outline can still be seen inside the library.
PE kit seems to be conspicuous by its absence. Merchant Taylors' Hall is the seat and livery hall of the Worshipful Company of Merchant Taylors, one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London surviving from the Middle Ages.
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Merchant Taylor's Hall (38) Merchant Taylors' Hall (Plate 74; Fig. 51) stands on the N.E. side of Aldwark on a large site extending from the street to the city wall. The hall is placed on the edge of the site, against and partly cutting into the bank of the wall. It was built c. as a large timber-framed hall and subsequently received further timber-framed additions.
The Merchant Taylors' Hall in York, England, is a medieval guildhall near the city wall in the Aldwark area of the city. Constructed by the Fraternity of St John the Baptist (an organisation connected to the Taylors' Guild) in the fourteenth century, it received a new cladding in the seventeenth on: Aldwark, York YO1 7BX England.
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Founded in by Sir Thomas White, Sir Richard Hilles, Emanuel Lucar and Stephen Hales, it was one of the nine English public schools investigated by the Clarendon Commission set up in Merchant Taylors School - WW1 Great Hall At present no image of this war memorial is available for online display.
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