Harlaxton Manor Bibliography
(Copies held in College Library or Archives)

Allibone, J. (1988) Anthony Salvin. James Clarke and Co Ltd. p. 40-52

Loudon, J. C., Loudon, & Boniface, P. (1987) In search of English gardens: the travels of John Claudius Loudon and his wife Jane. Wheathampstead, Lennard Pub.

Broughton, Delves (1906) Beautiful homes: Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire. Ladies Field, March 10, p. 14-17

Chambers, James (1986) The English house. Methuen Publishing Ltd. p. 228-229

Cook, O. (1989) The English Country House: An Art and a Way of Life. Thames & Hudson Ltd. p. 229-230

Country Life (1906) Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire: the Residence of Mr T S Pearson-Gregory. Oct 13th. pp. 522-532

Country Life (1948) Harlaxton to be a College. Vol CIII No. 2671, March 26. p. 645

Country Life (2009) Great British architects: Salvin. September 23, p. 124-5

Cudmore, Anne (1994) To the Manor drawn. Practical Gardening, April 1994 p. 76-80.

Durant, D.N. (1988) Living in the past: an insider’s social history of historic houses. London: Aurum. p.86-87

Girouard, M. (1979) The Victorian country house. Revised and enlarged edn. Yale University Press.

Greville, C., Pearce, E. and Pearce, D. (2006) The diaries of Charles Greville. London: Pimlico. Vol V, 1838, Jan 4

Hall, M. (2009) The Victorian country house: from the archives of Country Life. London: Aurum.

Harris, J. (1985) The design of the English country house, 1620-1920. London: Trefoil. p 212

Hussey, Christopher (1957) Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire-I.The property of the English province of the Society of Jesus. Country Life, April 11, p. 704-707

Hussey, Christopher (1957) Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire-II.The property of the English province of the Society of Jesus. Country Life, April 18, p. 764-767

Hussey, Christopher (1958) English Country Houses: late Georgian 1800-1840. London: Country Life. p. 239-248

Jackson, Carter (2019) Harlaxton Manor and its Decorative Art: Recasting the Jacobethan Style. Presented at Harlaxton Manor. Available online: [accessed 18 September 2019]

Jenkins, S. (2003) England’s thousand best houses. London: Allen Lane. p. 438-441

Knox, Tim (1993) A palace for an ‘English Country Squire’: Early designs for Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire. Architectural History , Vol. 36, pp. 94-102

Littlejohn, D. (1997) The fate of the English country house. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 246-7

Oswald, Arthur (1937) Toddington Manor, Gloucestershire and Harlaxton Hall, Lincolnshire. Country Life, Oct 9th, p. 374-379

Pevsner, N. (1989) Lincolnshire. Yale University Press. p. 362-7

Roberts, David L. (2018) Lincolnshire Houses. Shaun Tyas, Donington.

Robinson, John Martin (2009) The envy of the world. Country Life, November 11, p. 74

The Gardener’s Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement (1840), Volume 6, July, p. 329. Available online:,+1840.+harlaxton+manor&source=gbs_word_cloud_r&cad=6#v=snippet&q=Harlaxton&f=false [accessed 28 February 2017]

The Illustrated London News (1843). Harlaxton Hall. May 7, p.357.

The Squire (1980) John Piper Exhibition marks renovation of conservatory at Harlaxton Manor. May 1980, p. 39-41

Valenzuela, M (2015) Sir Daniel de Ligne of Harlaxton in the County of Lincoln, Knight. Huguenot Society Journal, XXX(3), p297-312

Van der Elst, Violet (1939). My struggle. Picture Post, September 2. pp. 20-24

Welby, Sir Charles G. E. (1937) A note on the Manor of Harlaxton. Unpublished

White’s History, Gazetteer & Directory of Lincolnshire (1854) p. 386-8


National Archives, London. Cause: D’Eyncourt v Gregory (i) Inventory of articles (heirlooms, including library and works of art) at Harlaxton New Manor House, [LINCS.] delivered up by defendant John Sherwin Gregory in pursuance of orders 2 July 1864, 9 Aug. 1866 and 7 Dec. 1866; bound in red leather (ii) copy of foregoing. Deposited (i) 11 Dec. 1868 and (ii) by plaintiff [sic] Sir William Earles Welby-Gregory, bart., 28 June 1876. Document Ref. J90/1217 [copy held in Manor Archives]

Sales Catalogues

Christie, Manson & Woods (1878) Catalogue of the Gregory Heirlooms[copy held in Manor Archives]

Christie’s Exceptional Sale, 5 July, 2012