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2. Boulting, N. (1971) The law’s delays, in Fawcett, J. ) The Future of the Past. London: Thames & Hudson, 1 pp. 11–13. 3. Clark, P. (1983) Visions of the urban community: Antiquarians and the English city before 1800, in Fraser, D. and Sutcliffe, A. ) The Pursuit of Urban History. London: Edward Arnold. 4. Harvey, J. (1972) Conservation in Buildings. London: John Baker, p. 170. 5. Evans, J. (1956) A History of the Society of Antiquaries. Oxford: University Press. 6. This is such a memorable quotation that it is worth giving the exact source as cited by Pevsner: Webb, G.

Fawcett, J. (1976) A restoration tragedy: Cathedrals in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in Fawcett, op. , pp. 74–115. Girouard, M. (1976) Living with the past, in Fawcett, op. , pp. 116–139. D. (1964) The Genius of John Ruskin: Selections from His Writings. London: George Allen & Unwin. Harvey (1972), op. , p. 176. Henderson, P. (1967) William Morris: His Life, Work and Friends. London: Thames and Hudson. Harvey (1973), op. , p. 176. Dobby, A. (1978) Conservation and Planning. London: Hutchinson, Appendix 5.

As we have seen, there had been some pressure to extend the legislation dealing with ancient monuments so as to include inhabited buildings and those of later date. But it seems that those responsible for the ancient monuments system did not have any such empire-building ambitions. It was left to the arriviste planners to take such buildings under their wing but, having done so, they took a long time to do anything much about them. HOUSING, TOWN PLANNING ETC. ACT 1909 It was the Housing, Town Planning Etc.

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