In the preparation of this volume, in addition to valuable assist ance from many friends, and from the literature generally which has accumulated on the subject, the writer is under special obligations to the various papers by Mr F. Bligh Bond, which form, indeed, the locus (lassz'cns on the subject of screens, and the contents of which will be embodied shortly in a larger work. Mr W. David son also has generously permitted the use of his unpublished notes and drawings of the screens of Norfolk. For the revision of the proofs, grateful acknowledgments are due to Mr Aymer Vallance, Rev. G. W. Saunders, and Mr W. Davidson. Most of the screens have been visited, and several have been photographed by the writer; but the wealth of illustration here presented could never have been brought together but for the willing and generous co-operation of very many photographers and ecclesiologists, among whom special mention must be made of the members of the Architectural Detail Postal Club 5 in all cases specific acknowledgment is made in the Index Lowrnnz, page 183.