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Ernest Godman

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1901

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'Index', Survey of London Monograph 3: Old Palace, Bromley-by-Bow (1901), pp. 19-21. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117257 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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INDEX.

Adam's period, work of the, in the Old Palace 10

Ashbee, C. R. Introductory Note on the folly of destroying the Old Palace 9

Aston Hall, Birmingham, reference to ceiling at 16
-, ——resemblance to the Old Palace in design
-, ——windows of 13

Balcarres House, Fife, N.B., ceiling in Panel room at 15
-, —Lord, references to ceiling at Balcarres House, Fife, N.B. 5

Board of Education, South Kensington, photographs of Old Palace ceilings contributed by the 5

Board School on the site of the Old Palace 9

Boleyn Castle, East Ham, reference to underground passage at 17,18

Bow, Workmen's Home 11,16

Bromley House, resemblance in design to the Old Palace 11
-, —Churchyard 18

Broughton Castle, Oxon, reference to ceiling at 16

Ceilings and modelled plaster work in the Old Palace 15

Charlton House, Kent, cupolas on towers of 13
-, ———resemblance in design to the Old Palace 11
-, ———windows of 13

Churchyard Bromley 18

Cistercian Abbey of Stratford Langthorne (West Ham Abbey), the 18

Coffin, Stone, found in underground passage near the 'Joiners' Arms' public house, Bow 18

Committee for the Survey of the Memorials of Greater London, members of, during the period of the work 3
-, —founding of the 9
-, —publication of the Survey of Bromley-by-Bow 5

Construction of the Old Palace ceilings, method of 17

Contents of book 6

Denmark, Anne of, carved head over fireplace 13

Description of the illustrations 11

Eastbury House, Barking, comparison of external features with those of the Old Palace 14

Eton, reference to old records at 10

Fry, East and West Ham, description of underground passage at West Ham Abbey 18

Georges, work of the period of the, in the Old Palace 10

Godman, Ernest, records of the Old Palace 9
-, —preface by 5

Gotch, Architecture of the Renaissance in England, reference to 15,16

Haileybury, reference to old records at 10

Harrow " " " 10

Hemingway, H., former owner of the Old Palace 5

Henry VIII., work of the period of, in the Old Palace 9

House, J., notes on the Old Palace by 5

Inscription from the State room fireplace 12

Introductory Note on the folly of destroying the Old Palace, by C. R. Ashbee 9

James I., arms of, in the State room ceiling 12
-, ——carved head of, over fireplace 13
-, ——work of the period of, in the Old Palace 10

'Joiners' Arms' public house, Bow, underground passage near 18

King John's Palace, Old Ford, arched passage beneath 18
-, ———underground passage leading from the Old Palace to 17

Kirby Castle, Bethnal Green, resemblance in design to the Old Palace 11

Lander, H. Clapham, drawings by 5

Lea, River, and underground passage leading from the Old Palace to 18

Leatherseller's Hall, St. Helens, London, ceiling at 15

List of Illustrations 7

London County Council, Survey of Bromley-by-Bow, prepared by the Survey Committee for the 9

London School Board, the purchase and destruction of the Old Palace by 5, 9, 10

Malcolms' Views of London, 1836, reference to 15

Mann, Ernest A., drawings by 5

Marlborough, reference to old records at 10

Middlesex, merchants of, and additions to the Old Palace by 10

Nutter, Arthur E., drawings by 5

'Panel room,' Balcarres House, Fife, N.B., ceiling of 15

Papineau, Mrs., former resident of the Old Palace 5

Preface 5

Queen Anne, records of the period of, in the Old Palace 10

Scotch Craftsmen, modelled plaster work by, in the Old Palace 10

'Seven Stars' public house, and underground passage 18
-, ——formerly outbuildings attached to the Old Palace 15

'Sounding Alley,' Old Ford, underground passage beneath 18

South Kensington Museum, arched opening in the Old Palace, now in 12
-, ———illustrations of the Old Palace ceilings, &c., supplied from the 9
-, ———reconstruction of the Old Palace State room, now in 12, 17

Stratford Langthorne, the Cistercian Abbey of (West Ham Abbey) 18

Stuart period, additions to the Old Palace in the time of the 10

Survey of Bromley-by-Bow, references to 5, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16

Thorpe, John, designer of Kirby Castle, Bethnal Green 11
-, ——reputed designer of Charlton House, Kent 11

Underground passage beneath the Old Palace 17

University Library, Cambridge, reference to ceiling at 16

Waddington, A. W., drawings by 5

West Ham Abbey, underground passage leading to it from the Old Palace 17

Wick Lane, Old Ford, underground passage from house in 18

William III., carving of the period of, in the Old Palace 10

'Workmen's Home,' Bow, reference to ceiling in 16
-, ——resemblance in design to the Old Palace 11