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© Mr David Cross

IoE Number: 359404
Location: HUSKISSON MONUMENT IN SAINT JAMES' CEMETERY, ST JAME'S ROAD
  LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL, MERSEYSIDE
Photographer: Mr David Cross
Date Photographed: 12 February 2002
Date listed: 28 June 1952
Date of last amendment: 28 June 1952
Grade II

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SJ 3589 SWST. JAMES' ROADL159/1050HuskissonMonument in

SJ 3589 SW ST. JAMES' ROAD L1 59/1050 Huskisson Monument in 28.6.52. Saint James' Cemetery. G.V. II Monument. 1836. J. Foster. Stone. Circular structure. Greek Revival. Base has channelled rustication and entrance with architrave and C20 gate. Upper part has attached Corinthian colonnade with high square openings on sill band with iron grilles. Entablature with antefixae. Shallow stone dome with lights and cross. Statue, removed from interior, of William Huskisson by John Gibson. Huskisson M.P. for Liverpool and President of the Board of Trade, was run over and killed in 1830 at the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. The monument is an adaptation of the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates at Athens.

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