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n. a small town. (Disdainful.) I can’t stand another day in this burg.
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7) There are four relevant references in the Abstract for 1858 by William Burges [this was compiled in 1880 by the architect from his original diaries, selectively and not comprehensively, with many known 'Works' and 'Occurences', as he called them, unmentioned]: 'Began 1st Piece of painted furniture' [approx March 1858]; 'Yatmans Furniture' [approx June 1858]; 'Yatmans painted furniture' [approx September 1858]; and 'Yatmans brothers memorial' [approx October 1858].
Joyce Burges is determined to increase these numbers substantially during the next few years, and one helpful ally she has enlisted is Wal-Mart.
I am very pleased to have been selected to visit Burges Salmon this year and am excited for the opportunity to work and collaborate with the wonderful lawyers that make up the firm.
e actual shop fronts on the Burges, however, also require immediate attention and improvement.
Richard Knight, head of Burges Salmon's Pensions team, said: "We very much look forward to working with the PPF, contributing to the further reduction of time that schemes spend in the assessment period and also helping the PPF deliver assurance to its members.
WILLIAM BURGES [bar] His only works outside of Wales were a cathedral in Cork, and two churches in Yorkshire [bar] In 1865 he met John Crichton-Stuart, the third Marquess of Bute [bar] He began building Cardiff Castle in 1868, but it remained unfinished when he died [bar] In 1872, while work at Cardiff Castle was at its height, Burges presented a scheme for the complete reconstruction of Castell Coch, then a ruined 13th-Century fort [bar] Burges was not a cheap employee, and himself wrote "good art is far too rare and far too precious ever to be cheap" [bar] Died in 1881, aged 53
Burges House is run by a private company called Southern Cross Healthcare, which is based in County Durham.
Coventry City Council said: "The work being carried out in the Burges is part of a wider project that has seen improvements around Ironmonger Square, Cross Cheaping and Trinity Street.
Insole was greatly influenced by the genius of William Burges at Cardiff Castle (currently benefiting from lottery funding) and had a 70ft tower built, modelled on the clock tower at the castle.
Since then, it has been part of the private collection of David Mallock, the great, great, great, great nephew of William Burges.
And today, Wales Millennium Centre designer Jonathan Adams was to honour one of his greatest inspirations at the launch of an exhibition on William Burges.
The ambitious Ironmonger Square project was due to begin three months ago to transform the neglected Burges area by the end of next year.
A new exhibition at Cardiff Castle is celebrating William Burges, one of the capital's most famous architects.