Mr. MORRIS stated, in answer to this gentleman, that the Committee were fully aware of the importance of Blytheborough Church; that members had visited it, and that their report was all but ready to be presented to the Restoration Committee of Blytheborough, which report he believed would indicate a satisfactory way of dealing with this noble building so as to prevent it from becoming a ruin.
Answer to Query About Blytheborough Church (1882).
1. 9 June 1882: Before the Annual Meeting of SBAB held at the Society of Arts, John Street, Adelphi, London. The Hon. F. Bryce, M.P., was chairman.
1. [Untitled] in Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society, London 1882), p. 43.
The reference to this piece of work in the Chronology