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 Charles Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sir Charles Barry (23 May 1795-12 May 1860) was an English architect, best known for his role in the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster (perhaps better known as the Houses of Parliament) in his home city of London during the mid 19th century, but also responsible for numerous other buildings and gardens.
Born in Bridge Street, Westminster, Barry was educated privately before being apprenticed to a Lambeth surveyor at the age of 15.
Edward and Charles also collaborated on the design of the Great Eastern Hotel at London’s Liverpool Street station.
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 Edward Middleton Barry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edward Barry was commissioned to design the new "Royal Italian Opera" as it was then known, completing it for its official opening on 15 May 1858.
Palace of Westminster (his supervision of his father’s work was finally completed in 1870; the only substantial element for which Edward was entirely responsible was the colonnade on New Palace Yard and the striking railings around the Yard)
Towards the end of his life, Barry began working with his eldest brother Charles Barry (junior).
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 Charles Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sir Charles Barry (23 May 1795 - 12 May 1860) was an English architect, best known for his role in the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster (perhaps better known as the Houses of Parliament) in his home city of London during the mid 19th century, but also responsiblefor numerous other buildings and gardens.
Born in Bridge Street, Westminster, Barry was educated privately beforebeing apprenticed to a Lambeth surveyor at the age of 15.
Edward and Charles alsocollaborated on the design of the Great Eastern Hotel at London’s Liverpool Street station.
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 Encyclopedia: Edward Middleton Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Eleanor crosses were stone monuments in the shape of a cross that Edward I of England erected in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile at the twelve places where her funeral procession stopped overnight on its route from Harby, Lincolnshire, to Westminster Abbey in London in 1290.
West Sussex is a county in the south of England, bordering onto East Sussex (with Brighton and Hove), Hampshire and Surrey.
Liverpool Street station Liverpool Street station, also called London Liverpool Street, is a mainline railway station in the north eastern corner of the City of London, in the heart of the financial district, with entrances on Bishopsgate and Liverpool Street itself.
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When he died his son Edward was appointed to complete several parts of the interior and the north and east frontages.
The collection on Sir Barry's death to fund the commissioning of a sculpture to be placed in the Palace as a memorial raised only some £50.00 from the entire membership of the Commons and their lordships.
Edward Middleton Barry (1830-80), Sir Charles' second son, was appointed by the Parliamentary Committees to succeed his father in the completion of some unfinished items.
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 Edward Middleton Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The third son of Sir Charles Barry,Edward completed his father’s work on the Palace ofWestminster and Halifax Town Hall after his death in 1860,but was also responsible for numerous other buildings of his own, particularly in London, often favouring a very classical style.
Edward Barry was commissioned todesign the new "Royal Italian Opera" as it was then known, completing it for its official opening on 15 May 1858.
From 1873 until he died, Barry was professor of architecture at the RoyalAcademy ; he remodelled the top of Burlington House’s central staircase in 1876.
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 Encyclopedia: Charles Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sir Charles Barry (23 May 1795 – 12 May 1860) was an English architect, best known for his role in the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster (perhaps better known as the Houses of Parliament) in his home city of London during the mid 19th century, but also responsible for numerous other buildings and gardens.
The Royal Manchester Institution was an English learned society founded on 1 October 1823 at a public meeting held in the Exchange Room by Manchester merchants, local artists and others keen to dispel the image of Manchester as a city lacking in culture and taste.
The Great Exhibition was an international exhibition held in Hyde Park London, from 1 May to 15 October 1851 and the first in a series of Worlds Fair exhibitions of culture and industry that were to be a popular 19th century feature.
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 Oxford University Museum of Natural History Ruskin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Of the two final entries one, by Charles Barry’s son Edward Middleton Barry, was a Palladian design.
The other was a Gothic design from the Irish firm of Sir Thomas Deane, Son and Woodward and largely the work of the Benjamin Woodward, an ardent follower of Ruskin’s work.
Barry’s plan seemed to harmonise with other public buildings of a Renaissance design in Oxford, including the Sheldonian Theatre, the Radcliffe Camera, or Cockerell’s newly-built Ashmolean Museum.
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Stevenson, another design by Sir Gilbert Scott was proposed by Edward Akroyd, and a third by a Bradford firm was proposed by John Crossley.
The building was finally constructed to Barry's design and completed by his son – Edward Middleton Barry – after his father's death in May 1860.
The building opened on Tuesday, 4th August 1863 by HRH The Prince of Wales – the future Edward VII; Alexandra, the Princess of Wales was ill and could not attend.
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 Edward Middleton Barry -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Covent Garden work was hugely influential in Barry’s appointment to design the Royal Opera House in (The capital of Malta; located on the northeastern coast of the island) Valletta, (A strategically located island south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea) Malta (1866).
Towards the end of his life, Barry began working with his eldest brother (Click link for more info and facts about Charles Barry (junior)) Charles Barry (junior).
From 1873 until he died, Barry was professor of architecture at the (An honorary academy in London (founded in 1768) intended to cultivate painting and sculpture and architecture in Britain) Royal Academy; he remodelled the top of Burlington House’s central staircase in 1876.
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 Edward Middleton Barry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Edward Middleton Barry (1830 - 27 de enero de 1880) era arquitecto inglés del diecinueveavo siglo.
El tercer hijo de sir Charles Barry, Edward terminó el trabajo de su padre sobre el palacio de la ciudad pasillo de Westminster y de Halifax después de su muerte en 1860, pero era también responsable de numeroso otros edificios sus el propios, particularmente en Londres, favoreciendo a menudo un estilo muy clásico.
Comisionaron Edward Barry diseñar la nueva "ópera italiana real" como entonces era sabido, terminándolo para su abertura oficial el 15 de mayo de 1858.
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 Barry Ives Middleton, 61 The Caledonian-Record News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Barry served in the U.S. Army and was a member of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, where he served two years in Vietnam, earning the rank of captain and receiving three bronze stars, two air medals and an Army Commendation medal.
Barry was a member of MENSA, and enjoyed running, hiking the Long Trail and riding on his tandem bicycle with his wife.
Should friends desire, contributions in Barry's memory may be made to: the Green Mountain Club, 4711 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury Center, VT 05677; or to the Frontier Animal Society of Vermont, 502 Strawberry Acres Road, Newport, VT 05855.
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 National Gallery, London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Between 1872 and 1876 an East Wing was added by the classical architect Edward Middleton Barry, and his octagonal vestibule remains the grandest part of the Victorian building.
The plan will also fill in disused courtyards and make use of land acquired from the adjoining National Portrait Gallery on Charing Cross Road, which it gave to National Gallery in exchange for land for its 2000 extension.
The first phase, the East Wing Project designed by Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones, opened to the public in 2004.
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Rick Middleton A 14-year NHL veteran, Middleton spent 12 seasons with the Bruins, playing 881 regular-season games with 402 goals (third on the Bruins' all-time list) and 496 assists (sixth on the Bruins' all-time list).
Middleton served as co-captain of the Bruins for three seasons, played in three NHL All-Star games and ranks fourth on the Bruins' all-time scoring list.
Barry Pederson Pederson was Boston's first choice (18th overall) in the 1980 entry draft.
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 Sir Charles Barry
Barry era uno de los arquitectos británicos majestuosos del siglo XIX.
Barry ganó la competencia en 1836, y el proyecto lo ocupó el resto de su vida.
Sir Charles Barry y A. Pugin (asistente auxiliar del arquitecto) utilizaron un estilo Victoriano-Gótico en el pasillo del Palacio Westminster que conduce a la Cámara de los Comunes.
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 The Greek Section of the South   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Barry and T.H. Vernon [8]-, and only two sculptors -and J.H. Mabey, whose tomb lie not far away -have been attributed with certainty.
The tomb of Alexander Berens erected in 1858 in medieval Italian style is arguably the finest in the whole cemetery.
In 1875 Barry was in charge of the erection of another fine monument, the tomb of the Greek family of Eustratios Ralli.
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 BARRY, SIR CHARLES (1795-1860) - Online Information article about BARRY, SIR CHARLES (1795-1860)
Pugin, the famous architect, who was dead and who had been Barry's assistant, to a much larger See also:
share in the work of designing the Houses of Parliament than was admitted in Dr Barry's narrative.
On the completion of the Tower Bridge in 1894, he was made a C.B., becoming K.C.B. three years later.
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Barry A. Shelby and Judy Virginia Pierce Shelby to Douglas Wade Sharp and Stacy Shelby Sharp, donation, no value stated.
Edward Kevin Mizell to Lynne Bauer Wallenburg and Robert C. Wallenburg, $99,500.
Lois Abreo Collier to Cynthia Middleton Raymond and Perry Mason Raymond, $170,000.
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Charles Barry (junior) (1823-1900) was an English architect of the mid-late 19th century.
His younger brother was also an architect Edward Middleton Barry, and like him, Charles junior designed numerous buildings in London.
Charles Barry was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1876-79.
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 Images of the Houses of Parliament, London, by Sir Charles Barry and A. W. N. Pugin.
Images of the Houses of Parliament, London, by Sir Charles Barry and A. Pugin.
1835-67; although Sir Charles Barry died in 1860 when the building was substantially completed, his second son, Edward Middleton Barry, carried on his work, which was finished in 1867.
The railings were designed by Sir Charles Barry's son, E. Barry, and executed by John Hardman.
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 Archives - The Palace of Westminster | Houses of Parliament
The building, however, spoken of by William Fitzstephen as an “incomparable structure,” was built for Edward the Confessor in the 11th century and enlarged by William I.  In 1512 the palace suffered greatly from fire and thereafter ceased to be used as a royal residence.
Stephen's Chapel was used by 1550 for the meetings of the House of Commons, held previously in the chapter house of Westminster Abbey; the Lords used another apartment of the palace.
There is also: a first floor plan of the New Palace of Westminster, by Barry; photographic copies of his designs for the House of Lords Throne and various other documents, including his family tree, and the diary of his eldest son, Charles Barry Junior, kept while he worked in his father's office.
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 Royal Opera House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
On March 5, 1856, the theatre was again destroyed by fire.
Work on the third and present theatre (designed by Edward Middleton Barry) eventually started in 1857 and the new building opened on May 15, 1858 with a performance of Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots.
The theatre became the Royal Opera House in 1892 and the number of French and German works in the repertory increased.
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 Articles - Liverpool Street station   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It was designed by the Great Eastern's chief engineer, Edward Wilson and was built a site which had been occupied by Bethlem Royal Hospital from the 13th century to the 17th century.
A Corporation of London plaque commemorating the station's construction hangs on the wall of the adjoining former Great Eastern Hotel, which was designed by Charles Barry (junior) (son of Sir Charles Barry) and his brother Edward Middleton Barry.
The station was named after the street on which it stands, which in turn was named in honour of British Prime Minister Lord Liverpool, having been built as part of an extension of the City of London towards the end of his term in office.
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 Edward Middleton Barry Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Barry, John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Barry, JOHN (1745-1803), an American naval officer, born in Ireland.
He was apprenticed to seamanship and became master of a vessel.
In 1777 he captured a British war schooner in the Delaware River, but in the following year, while in command of the Raleigh, he was pursued and driven on shore by a British squadron.
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 The Chapel of St. Christopher factsheet
Designed by Edward Middleton Barry, third son of Sir Charles Barry (architect with A.W.N. Pugin of the Houses of Parliament), the Chapel was originally an integral part of the old hospital building.
Completed in 1875, it is dedicated to the memory of Caroline, wife of William Henry Barry (eldest son of Sir Charles Barry) who gave £40,000 for the building of the Chapel and provided a stipend for the chaplain.
In the Byzantine idiom, the Chapel is of relatively modest dimensions, though the immediate impression is of a much larger building – an effect created by the excellence of the architectural proportions and the grandeur of the decorations.
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