The Australian News for Home Readers, Vic, Thursday 24th March 1864, page 3.
“The ceremony of opening the additional part of Holy Trinity Church, at Kew, took place on the 5th instant, just twelve months after the first part of the building was opened […]”
“[..]A magnificent stained-glass window, to cost about £230, has been ordered for one end of the building. The window will contain figures of the four Evangelists, surmounted with a representation of our saviour […]”
Note: This is in reference to the Prince Consort window by Ferguson & Urie.