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IndexA.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.J.K.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.T.U.V.W.Y.Z.

Where individual streets, buildings and other subjects have more than one page reference, substantive references are in bold type. Symbols in the left-hand margin indicate individuals and firms known to have worked on the fabric of the area, including authors of unexecuted designs:

aarchitects, surveyors and designers

bbuilders, contractors and allied tradesmen

ccraftsmen, artists and decorators

eengineers (civil, structural, etc.)

ssuppliers of building materials, plant and fittings

Index

A.

b A. A. Contractors 279

a A & Q Partnership 270, 273

Abbey Road studios 405

Abud family, monument to 53

Ackland, Joss 343

Ackroyd, Peter 27; (quoted) 4

Adams, Harry 109

Adams (Francis Bryant) & Sons 139

a Adjaye, David 20, 66, 174

Aerated Bread Co. 369

Agdon Street 237, 238, 296, 297

a Aickman, W. A. 237

Aikin, Edmund 141

Ailesbury, Earls of 118–19, 120, 127

Ailesbury Chapel 107, 121, 127–8

Ailesbury House 119, 120, Ill. 133

air-raid shelters 62, 92, 159, 313

b Aitchison & Walker 393

a Aitken, Keith 199

Albany Street, Regent's Park 197

Albemarle, Earl of 140

Albemarle, Elizabeth, Duchess of 34, 140

Albemarle House 140; see also Newcastle House

Albemarle Way (formerly Street) 22, 121, 122, 140–1, 386, 403, Ills 169, 170–2 (No. 2)

Albert, Prince 371

Albert Place 169, 170

Albion House 179

Albion Iron & Wire Work Co. Ltd 170

Albion Place 145, 151, 174, 178, Ill. 222

Alchemist, The272

Alderney House 202

Aldersgate Bars 272, Ill. 380

Aldersgate Street 7, 272–4, Ills 332, 378–81 Red Lion inn (dem.) 271, Ill. 375; No. 129 270, Ill. 376; No. 130 (Red Lion p.h., dem.) 271; No. 131 271

Aldersgate Street station 248

a Alexander & Gibson 213

a Alexander (Gus) Architects 196, 199

Alexander House 381

Alexandra Rose Day 80

Alfred Place 341

Alice Owen Technology Centre 20, 25, 339, 348–9, Ill. 487

All Hallows, Lombard Street 127

Allan, Henry Bogie 106–7

Allan (H.) & Sons 107

b Allard, Alfred 229

a Allen, Alfred 369, 371

b Allen, Matthew 325, 371, 373; & Son 267

Allen, Thomas (gardener) 282

b Allen (John) & Sons 271, 276

Allen Street 282, 286

Allen Street School (dem.) 285, 288, Ill. 392

Allied Breweries 234

Allied House 234

a Allies & Morrison 382

Alston, Sir Rowland, Bart 108

Alvington, Somerset 166

Amalgamated Investment & Property Co. Ltd 172, 197

Amalgamated Portmanteau, Bag and Fancy Leather Workers Trade Society 170

Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers 109

Ambridge, Richard 369

Amherst (of Hackney), Baron 157

Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society 390, 391, 392

Anderson, Adam 169

Anderson, John Macvicar 61

Anderson, Stephen 263

a Andrews Sherlock & Partners 347, 357

Angel Centre 25, 239, 241

Angel Inn, Islington 7, 23, 241

Angel Southside 25, 339, 349–50, Ill. 489

Anglo American Drug Co. Ltd 369

Anglo-Italian Club 109, 112

Anglo-Russian Iron & Tin Plate Co. Ltd 194

Anthony, William 176

Anti-Corn Law League 95

Antient Britons, Most Honourable and Loyal Society of 107

Apollo Concert Room 114

a Appleton, Herbert D. 136, 160

a ARC7 Design 199

Archer Houblon family 232

Archer, J. Wykeham 152

Architectural Association 324

a Arding & Bond 23, 369, 375, 379

b Ardmore 391

Arlington Cottage 241

Arlington Street 241

Arrol Investments Ltd 135

Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings Act, 1868 ('Torrens Act') 15, 190, 325

Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings Improvement Act, 1875 ('Cross Act') 61, 372

Ascot House 331

b Ashby & Horner 272

Ashby, Benjamin 107

Ashby, George 169

Ashby Castle p.h. 305, 307, 310

Ashby Street 298, 299, 305–7, 314

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony seeShaftesbury, Earls of

Ashton, Frances 224

Aston & Mander Ltd 194

Atcheler, John 187, 188, 191

Athenaeum, The(quoted) 153

b Atkinson, John 308

Attneave Street 381

a Aubrey, S. C. 23, 209

Augustinian Order 89

c Aumonier (W.) & Son 80

Aveling, Eleanor Marx 95, 110

Avery (W. & T.) Ltd 104

Avery House 104

a Axis Partnership 333

Aylesbury House seeAilesbury House

Aylesbury Place 13, 122, 123, Ill. 145

Aylesbury Place Area Improvement Scheme 123, 129, 138

Aylesbury Street 89, 115, 121, 215, 216, Ill. 140 Clerkenwell parochial charity school 122, Ill. 142 Nos 2–7 218; No. 16a(Bull's Head p.h.) 140; Nos 18–19 137; No. 30 (Woodbridge House) 78, 114, Ills 74, 75; Nos 32–36 78; No. 49 91

B.

B. D. & Co. Ltd 312

Back Road 337

bacon-curing 10, 17, 192, 205, 224–5, 229, 283

Badcock (James) & Son Ltd 311

a Bader Miller Davis Partnership 81

a Badger, Edward H. 368

Badger Yard 122

Baedeker's London guide 258

Bagnigge Wells 4

Bagnigge Wells Road 359, 361

a Bailey, T. J. 23, 59, 64, 178

Bailiff of Eagle's House 143–4, 145, Ill. 175

c Baillie & Mayer 315–16

b Baker (George) & Son 402–3

Baker, Sir Herbert 158

Baker, Robert (hermit) 337

Baker's Row 384

a Baldwin Beaton Everton & Isbell 273

Ball p.h. 204

Ball, Decimus Alfred 300

Ball, Richard John 309

Ballet, John 165

b Bangs, W. 221

Banister, John 139

Bank Buildings 348, 350–1, Ills 490, 491

banks 82–3, 138, 222–3, 274, 350–1, 393

Banner, Francis 36

Baptist chapels and missions 13, 170, 279, 287, 299

Baragwanath, Frederick 170

Barbican Computer Centre 279

Barbican station 248, 263

Barn, The 338, 354, Ill. 496

Barnaby Rudge 26

Barnes, Robert Henry 252

Barnes, William (clock-case maker) 332

a Barnett, Richard Reginald 107

Barratts 273

b Barrett, James 394

a Barry Todd Associates 78

a Barry, Charles, junior 23, 317, 325

a Bartholomew, Alfred 22, 77, 82–3, 169, 360

Bartholomew, Josiah andValentine 169

Bartholomew Fair 89, 203

Bartholomew Fair 185

Bartlett or Bartlets Street 177

Bartley, (Sir) George 394

Basire, John, andIsaac (senior andjunior) 145

a Bath, Gilbert 176

Bath (City of), Laura Place 304

baths and wash-houses 138, 392; see also swimming baths

Battersea Polytechnic 317

Baxter, Alan 19, 195

Baxter, George (colour-printer) 310

Baxter, Richard (divine) 245

Bayley, Richard (watchmaker) 9, 169

c Bayliss, Jones & Bayliss 250

Baynes—Warner estate 9, 21

Bazalgette, (Sir) Joseph 311, 390

a BDP (Building Design Partnership) 19, 235

bear garden 67

Bear p.h. 135

Beardmore, Joseph 355

a Beaumonts, Messrs 159

a Beck, R. Theodore 199

Beckett, Sir Edmund (Lord Grimthorpe) 311, 327

Beckmann Brothers (Charles andAnthony) 192, 201

Beckwith & Co. 369

Beckwith, Joseph 287

Beddington, H. E. 270

Bedford Institute Association 161

Bedingfield family 54

Bedingfield, Thomas, monument to 52

Bee Bee Developments Ltd 162, 196, 273, 290, 293, 397

Beecham, (Sir) Thomas 404

Beggar's Opera, The67

c Bell & Almond 223

b Bell (A.) & Son 274

a Bell, Charles 228

Bell, John, Bishop of Worcester, monument to 52

Bell Alley 189

Bell on the Hoop p.h. 204

Bell Punch Co. Ltd 405

Belle Isle 188, 191, 370

Bellfour, Robert 90

Bellhunt Ltd 199

Bellway Homes 220, 221

Benet, Constance 133

Benjamin Street 179–81, Ill. 208; Nos 1, 46 and 47 199; see also St John's Gardens

s Bennett & Co. 223

Bennett, Arnold 27

Bennett, Hubert 113

a Bennett, T. P. 279

b Bennett (J. J.) & Co. 392

a Bennetts Associates 354

a Bentley, Donald 316

Benyan, Michael 403

Beresford Road, Highbury New Park 201

Berkeley, George (9th Baron Berkeley, later Earl of Berkeley) 145

Berkeley, Lady Elizabeth 133; monument to 52

Berkeley, Sir Maurice 145

Berkeley Homes 270, 381

Berkeley House 144, 145, 177, Ills 175, 178

Berkeley or Berkley Street 145, 177

Berkley Court 145, 177, Ill. 209

Bernard, John 244

Berners, Josias 33

Berry House 291, Ill. 404

a Berry (Graham) Partnership 139

Berry Place 299, 312, 329

Berry Street 233, 234, 282; No. 4 291, Ill. 404; No. 8 293; Nos 12–14 291, Ill. 401

Berthes, J. A. 252

Besant, Sir Walter 26; (quoted) 170, 178

Besley, Robert 273

Besley, William 310

Bessemer, Anthony 175

Bessemer, Sir Henry 175, 310

Best, Craig 290

Best, Sir William Draper 74

a Bethel Swannell & Durnford 105

a Bethell, J. H. 201

Bethnal Green 386

Betjeman, (Sir) John 113

Betsey Trotwood p.h. 369

Bettenham, James 145

Betts, Saul 199

a Bevans, John 313–14

Bevin Court 24

Bevis, John 169

Bewick, John 91

b Bewley, John 75–6, 80

Bickersteth, Henry (Lord Langdale) 74

Bickham, George 169

Big Ben 311, 317

b Bilfinger Berger UK Ltd 355

b Bills, William 165

Bilson, John 114

Bird, Henry 369

Birkbeck Institute 316

b Bishop, George 241

b Bishop, John George 201, 202, 241

Bishop's Court 121, 123, Ill. 144

Bitt Alley 189, 190

Bitter Cry of Outcast London, The300

Black Boy Alley 187, Ill. 508

Black Death 6, 281

Black Horse inn 272

Blackborough, William 109

a Blackburne, E. L. 22, 313–16

Blackfriars Bridge 359, 360

Blackfriars Road 359

Blackfriars station 363, 366

Blackmore, Benjamin 151, 152

Blake, Sir Richard 119

Bland, John (butcher) 241

Bleak House 26

Blick House 81

Blick Time Recorders Ltd 81

a Blomfield, Arthur W. 50, 51, 53

Blomfield, Bishop Charles James 275

Blomfield, Sir Reginald 158

Bloody Sunday (1887) 95

a Blore, Edward 22, 275, 276

Blue Anchor p.h. 266

Blue Post(s) p.h. 195, 202

a Blyth, Andrew 50

a Blyth, John 22, 114, 220, 221

Boar's Head p.h. 266

Bocher Close 165

Bo(e)decker, William George 229

a Bodimeade, Stephen 255

Body, William 55

a Boisot Waters Cohen Partnership 274

Bompas, Alfred 392

Bond, David 151

Boney, Thomas 351

Bonsoir Pyjamas 198

Boodle, Edward 297, 298, 300

Boodle, Henry Trelawny 300

Booker plc 202

Booths (distillers) 170, 193, 396, 397, 398

Booths distillery 19, 24, 171, 181, 195, 197–8, Ills 212, 247–50; see also Red Lion Distillery

Booth family (distillers) 396; Sir Charles (3rd Bart), Felix, John, Philip andWilliam 197

Booth, Charles: Inquiry into the Life and Labour of the People in London 9, 12, 123, 145, 288, 302

Booth, Rev. Sir George, Bart 133

a Booth, John 22

Booth (Philip) & Co. 197

Booth, General William 16, 404

a Booth, William Joseph 22

Boots 381

a Boreham (F.) & Sons 114

a Boreham (F), Son & Gladding 311, 312

a Boreham, H. Yolland 237

a Boreham, Son & Wallace 237

Borgzinner Brothers Ltd 170

Borough High Street 197

Borthwick (Thomas) & Sons Ltd 163

Bos(e)ley, Joseph 105

Botyll, Robert 126

Boucher, Renée Kathleen 26

b Boulton, Richard 264

Boulton, Sons & Sandeman 310

Boulton, William Henry 308, 310, 347

b Bound, William 308

Boundary House 267

Bovill, Sir William 73

b Bovis Construction 367

Bowden, James 310

a Bowerbank Brett & Lacey 114

Bowes, Sir Martin 73

bowling alleys 245, 262

Bowling Green Lane 16, 19, 62, 67–71, 372 No. 10 (former Bowling Green Lane School) 15, 23, 64, 68, 77, Ill. 66; No. 11 68; Nos 12–15 69–70; Nos 16–17 69; No. 16 16, Ills 67–9; Nos 17–18 25; No. 17 Ill. 70; Nos 18–20 71

Bowman, John (distiller) 218

Bowman, Richard 293

Boyd, John 193

Boyd, Thomas Lunham 193

Boynton, E. A. 312

Boyton (Charles) & Sons Ltd 312

Brabourne, Lady Doreen 131

Brabourne, Robert 252

Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 369

Braden, Charles 370

Braden's steam-mills 187, Ill. 508

a Bradford (William) & Sons 234

Brain, E. T. 222

b Brake, James 136

Bramston, Sir John 245, 250

a Brandon-Jones, Robinson, Sanders & Thorne 238

Branson, Clive andNoreen 110

Braque, Georges 112

b Brass, William 369, 379

Brayley, Edward 171

b Brayne, George 36

b Brayne, Joseph 36, 152

breakfasting hut 340

Breeches Yard 34

Brentford 197

Brewer Street 342

Brewer Street North 342

Brewer, Willoughby 169

breweries 151, 197, 299, 233–7

Brewers Buildings 351, 353, Ills 494, 495

Brewers' Company 8, 20, 303, Chapter XII passim; estate 10, 19, 205, 241, 298, Chapter XII passim, Ill. 471

Brewery Square 25, 237

Brewery Yard Offices 234, Ills 315, 318, 320

Brewhouse Yard 19, 25, 237, Ills 271, 273; No. 16 234–5, 289, Ill. 319

Bricet(t), Jordan de 5–6, 29, 42, 89, 115

Bricklayer p.h. 266

bricks, specified:
-, Beart's gault 379; Burham wire-cut white 367; Fletton 291; gault 289, 291, 293; Lawrence's red 197; 'Mulberry' 231; Pether's pressed 367; 'semi-rustic' 238; Staffordshire blue 367, 397; Suffolk (white) 62, 228, 289; Suffolk (red) 317; white perforated 362, 365; Williamson Cliff Ltd 255; York 289

Bridewell, seeClerkenwell Bridewell

Bridewell Walk 55

Bridge Place 351

b Bridge, Walker Ltd 198

c Bridges, Richard (organ-builder) 51

Briggs, — (organ-maker) 138

Briggs, Asa 113

Brinley, Thomas 145

Briset Street 136 (No. 6), 159, 177, Ill. 221 (Nos 16 and 17)

British Charity School 107, 108

British Horological Institute 15, 16; building 308, 311

British Land Co. 273

British Sanitary Works Ltd 94

British Tea Table chain 402

British Telecom 241

Britton, John 165, 171, 286

Britton, Thomas ('musical small-coal man') 44, 139–40

Britton Street (formerly Red Lion Street, q.v.) 9, 10, 21, 164–77, 386, 394–6, Ill. 205
-, Mountford House 171–2, 198, Ill. 212; Red Lion Tavern 171 No. 1 171, 396; Nos 8–9 170; No. 10 170; Nos 13–16 170, 198; Nos 18 and 19 170; No. 20 170; Nos 20–25 (dem.) 171; No. 24 25, 171–2, Ills 210, 211; Nos 27–30 173–4; Nos 27–32 Ill. 213; No. 29 170; No. 31 Ill. 214; Nos 31 and 32 174; No. 33 (City Pavilion) Ill. 246; No. 42 179; No. 44 20, 25, 174, Ills 215, 216; No. 48 175; Nos 49 and 50 170; Nos 53–57 Ill. 217; No. 54 175, Ill. 206; Nos 54–56 Ill. 218; No. 55 176, Ills 219, 220; No. 56 176; No. 57 170; No. 58 170; No. 59 176–7, Ill. 207; Nos 60–62 170

Broad Yard 189, 190, 396

Broadhurst, Clarkson & Fuller Ltd (formerly Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co.) 381

a Brock, E. P. Loftus 22

Bromet, Albert 289, 291, 293

Bromet, Mark 170, 258, 261, 289, 291, 292, 293

Bromhead-Tester Manufacturing & Trading Co. Ltd 369

Brook(s), William 121

a Brooke, Michael 377 (Ill. 531 caption)

a Brooker, J. W. 239

a Brown, A. Burnett 233

Brown, Alfred (woollen draper) 369

b Brown, James 372

Brown, Jane (hairdresser) 323

Brown, John, & Co. (shipbuilders) 216

Brown, Lyman & Co. 369

c Browne, Richard 320

b Browne & Robinson 222, 371, 379

Browning, Richard Hardwick 224

c Brucciani, Domenico 103

Bruce family, Earls of Ailesbury andElgin 118–19, 120, 127

Bruce (J. L.) Ltd 292

Brunswick Close 300, 303, 328

Brunswick Close (Estate) 296, 303, 328

Brunswick Estate 303, 328–30, Ills 453, 456–60

Brunswick Hotel 258

Brunswick Place 299

Brunswick Square, St Pancras 304

Brunswick Street 299

b Bryant, Charles 403

Buckingham, 2nd Duke of (George Villiers) 8, 257, 278, 279

Buckler, J. C. 100

Buggin(s) William 119

Builder, The189; quoted 193, 273, 314, 392

Builder's Magazine 100

Building Design Partnership (BDP) 19, 235

Building News (quoted) 284, 385

Bull p.h. 241

a Bull, J. & A. 369

b Bull (J.) Sons & Co. Ltd 59

Bull's Head p.h. 140

b Bullard, John 308

Buller, Alfred 290

Bullock, Dame Elizabeth 90

Bunch of Grapes p.h. 140

a Bunning, J. B. 360, 370, 371

Bunting, Robert 81

Bunyan, John 144

Burchell, William, junior 367

Burdall, Lady 32

Burdett-Coutts, Angela 77

Burges, William 223

Burghley, Lord 118

Burgoyne, Robert 244

burial grounds 54, 179–80, 279, 281, 361

b Burlingway Construction 328

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury 119, 386; monument to 53, Ill. 40

Burnet House 119, 122, Ill. 136

b Burnill, George 259

a Burr, Percival H. 403

Burton, A. (tobacco manufacturer) 368

Burton, James (builder) 298

Bury, William 167

Busaco Street housing scheme 18

Butcher's Close 165

Butchers' Arms p.h. 369

Butler, Edward Robert 342

Butler, Frances 44

a Butler, John 369, 379

Butler & Crispe 402

Butt('s) Close 8, 89, 165, 183

Buxton Street 342

Bye, Deodatus 122, 140

a Byford, Karen 231

Byworth (George and Edward) & Co. 401

C.

C. & A. Modes Ltd 313

a C2 architects 279

b Cadman & Bundy 311

Café Med 347

Cage, Sir Anthony andLady 73

Calamy, Edmund 122

Caledonian Market 12

Calvinistic Methodist chapel, Rawstorne Street 351–3

Cam, John de la 278

Cambridge University Press 80

Camden Institute 179

a Campbell & Campbell 291, 292

a Campbell Conroy Hickey 382

a Campbell-Jones & Sons 162

a Campbell-Jones, Sons & Smithers 240

c Campbell, Smith & Co. 51

a Campbell Zogolovitch Wilkinson Gough (CZWG) 19, 25, 70, 80, 172, 174, 213, 265, 274

Campden, Viscount 206

b Cannon (J.) & Son 241

Cannon Brewery 233–7, 282, 402, Ills 313–20; fermenting house 234–5, 289, Ill. 319

Cannon Brewery Co. Ltd 234, 292

Canonbury 295

Canonbury Square 304

Capell, Arthur (Earl of Essex) 119

a Capes, Silvester C. 200

a Capital Architecture 391

car park, multi-storey 374

Cardinal House 364

Carlile, Richard 91

Carlisle, Earl of 119

Caroline Buildings 322

Caroline Place 241

Carpenter: Richard 309, 360; Thomas, junior 305, 307, 309; Thomas, senior 298, 309

a Carpenter, Richard Cromwell 22, 310, 360

c Carr, Alwyn 197

Carr, Elizabeth 37

Carr, Henry 37, 141

a Carr, James 22, 36, 39, 40, 48–54 passim, 66, 128, 141, 231, 304; monument to 53

Carraraware, Doulton's 268, Ills 371–2

Carr-Fisher family 37

a Carrit, E. 80

Carrot Ltd 237

Cart, James 224

Cart, Jane 221, 224

Carter Paterson 287

a Carter, Francis 44

Carter, John (architect) 100

Carthusian Lane 270

Carthusian Street 248, 251, 270–2, Ills 373–5

Cart's Charity 221

c Cartwright, Thomas, the elder 119

b Casbolt, John 286

a Casey, John 333

a Cassidy, Farrington & Dennys 324

Castell Brothers 170

Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire 298

Castle inn (dem.), Cowcross Street 202, 204, 206

Castle p.h., Cowcross Street 195, 201

Castle tavern (dem.), Cowcross Street 186

Cat and Fiddle p.h. 266

Cathedral Lodge 273

Catlin, Jonathan 167

Cave, Edward 10, 148, 151

Cave, Richard 151

Cavendish, Elizabeth (Duchess of Albemarle) 140

Cavendish, William (1st Duke of Newcastle) 32–3

Cavendish Buildings 288, 289, Ill. 399

Cavendish Permanent Building Society 351

Caxton House 364

Cecil, William (Lord Burghley, later Earl of Exeter) 118, 127

a Cecil (Raymond J.) & Partners 136

Centenary Building, City University 321, Ills 440, 442

Central Bath 392, Ill. 558

Central Urban Properties Ltd 162

Chadwell Street Chapel 14

b Chadwick, James 360

Chaire, Mary 282

Chal(l)oner: James, Judith andSir Thomas (d. 1565 and d. 1615) 33

Challoner House (No. 19 Clerkenwell Close) 63

Challoner (or Cromwell) House 32, 33, 63, Ill. 11

Chamber of Shipping 272

b Chamberlain, George Edward 346

a Chamberlain & Willows 292

a Chambers (Francis) & Son 234

Champneys, Basil 158

a Chancellor, Frederick 369, 372, 373

Chancery, Court of 343, 344

b Chandler, Thomas 271, 341, 346

b Channing, Thomas Edward Irish 104

Channing's Buildings 104

Chapel Market 21

a Chapman Taylor 322

Charity Commissioners 353

c Charles, Thomas 250

Charles Street (now part of Cowcross andGreville Streets, qq.v.) 183, 364–7 passim; bridge 364, 366

Charles Street (now Sebastian Street q.v.) 298, 299

Charrington & Co. 326

Charter Buildings 288, 289

Charter Estates 255

Charterhouse, the 3, 6–7, 8, 10, 205, 243, 244, 249, 259, 260, 281, 283, 284, 286, 287, 288, Ills 329, 336–7, 339, 357–8
-, boundary wall 231, 390; Carthusian Street gatehouse 243, 270; Charterhouse Lane gatehouse 243, 266; Egypt (flesh kitchen) 244; Garneter, Le (granary) 244; gate 21, 259, Ill. 358; Master's garden 387; Master's Lodge Ill. 358; Wilderness garden 399

Charterhouse Buildings 288, 390–1, Ills 548, 556

Charterhouse Chambers 261

Charterhouse Churchyard 243, Ill. 332

Charterhouse Close 243

Charterhouse Closes 337

Charterhouse estate 9, 20, 205, 232, 233, Chapter X passim, 385, 399

Charterhouse Hotel 248, 261, 269

Charterhouse Lane 7–8, 248, 265–6, 267, Ill. 366

Charterhouse Ltd 255

Charterhouse Mews 249, 259, 260, 261–2, Ill. 361

Charterhouse School 14, 287, 390

Charterhouse Square 16, 242–65, Ills 331–60, 362–5
-, Dower House 254–5; garden 248–50; gates Ill. 360; Paving Act (1742) 249; Rutland House 8, 244, 245, 257, 278–9
-, No. 1 251, 252, 270; Nos 2 and 3 251, 252; Nos 2–11 Ill. 340; No. 4 Ills 342–4; No. 5 Ills 342–3, 345–6; Nos 4 and 5 9, 21, 252; Nos 6–9 (Florin Court) 254, 255, Ills 340, 351, 352–4; Nos 6–11 (dem.) 254–5; No. 10 (dem.) Ills 347–9; No. 11 (dem.) Ill. 350; Nos 10–11 (former Welkin House) 257; No. 12 257; No. 12a257, 258; Nos 12–14 Ill. 355; No. 13 258, Ill. 356; Nos 13–14 257; No. 14 258; No. 17 (Master's Lodge, formerly Physician's House) 21, 259, Ills 357–8; Nos 18–19 (dem.) 259–60; Nos 18–21 (Malmaison London hotel) 261, Ill. 360; Nos 20–21 (dem.) 259–60; No. 22 259–61, Ill. 359–60; No. 23 (porter's lodge, dem.) 262; Nos 23–28 (dem.) 262–3, Ill. 362; Nos 23–28 263, Ill. 363; Nos 24–32 (dem.) 262; Nos 33 and 34 (dem.) 263–4; Nos 33–43 263, 264–5; Nos 36–39 (dem.) Ill. 364; Nos 37–40 (proposed) Ill. 365; No. 41 264

Charterhouse Street 12, 16, 248, 265–70, Ill. 367
-, No. 19 381–2; No. 87 202; No. 89 223; Nos 91–93 (Boundary House) 267; No. 99 267; No. 105 267; No. 107 267; Nos 109–113 23, 267–8, Ill. 369; Nos 111–113 Ills 368–9; No. 115 (Fox and Anchor, dem.) Ill. 370; No. 115 (Fox and Anchor) 23, 268–9, Ills 371–2; No. 117 23, 269; No. 119 269; Nos 121–123 269 No. 38 267, Ill. 367; Nos 40–42 (dem.) 267; Nos 40–42 267, Ill. 367

Charterhouse (now Hayne) Street 263, 264, 267

Charterhouse the Square 391

Charterhouse Yard 8–9, 243, 247

Chartists 91, 95

a Chassay & Last 349, 350

Chermayeff, Serge 110

Cherrell, Edward 37

Cherry Tree p.h. 67, 68

Cheshunt Church 53

Cheslyn's Rents 34

Chester Estates Ltd 274

Chester road 203, 239

a Chetwood Associates 403

Chew, Frances andWilliam 224

Chichester, 1st Earl of 263

Childs (J. G.) & Co. 369

Chillingworth, William 314

Cholmondeley chair 397

a Chris Wilkinson Architects 406

a Christian, Ewan 277, 284

Christian, HRH Princess, of Schleswig-Holstein 393

Christie, Agatha 255

Christie's 235

Chubb, John 188

Chubb's safe factory 192

Church Commissioners 277

a Church, W. D. 369

churches, chapels and meeting-houses 14, 22
-, Anglican 39–54, 121, 128–9, 243, 275–7, 313–16; monastic 116–19, 125–6, Ills 130, 132–3; Nonconformist 79, 135, 145, 161, 170, 279, 287, 299, 351–3; private 127–30

Churchill Gardens, Westminster 327

Citadines Apartment Hotel 274

City and Islington College 25, 345; Applied Sciences centre 346, Ill. 479; sixth-form centre 339, 344, 349, Ill. 488

City Fringe Partnership 124

City of London Brewery Co. 213

City of London College 316

City of London Corporation seeCorporation of London

City of London Rifle Volunteers 369

City Parochial Foundation 316

City Pavilion 25, 170, 196, 201, Ill. 246

City Polytechnic 316

City Sites Development Co. 231, 288

City University 15, 238, 239, 241, 295, Ills 440–2
-, Central Building 319–20; College Building (formerly Northampton Institute) 15, 24, 239, 295, 300, 311, 316–20, 321, Ills 423, 433–9; Connaught Building 240, 320; Electrical (formerly Drysdale) Building 321, Ill. 442; Francis Rowley Court 177; Health Centre 312; High Voltage Engineering Laboratory (Centenary Building) 321, Ill. 442; Lionel Denny House 275; Myddelton Building 312; Northampton Square campus 303, 310 (memorial plaque), 316–21; optics department 345; Parkes Building 312; School of Social Sciences 240, Ill. 272

City Young Women's Association 255

b Clack, James 80

Clacton-on-Sea 77

b Clapton, Thomas 323

Clare, William 138; andSarah, monument to 53

Claremont Chapel 14

Clarence and Avondale, Duke of 157

a Clark, Charles Walter 366

a Clark, Sidney C. 326

Clark(e) Street 282

Clarke, Dr Adam 122, 309

Clarke, Charles andAnn 141

a Clarke, George Somers 221

Clarke, John (Charterhouse Receiver) 282

Clarke, Rev. Owen 310

Clarke, Robert (distiller) 282

a Clarke, Thomas Chatfeild 391

a Clarke Associates 397

Class, Nathan andPhilip 293

b Class (A.) & Son 233, 288, 289, 292, 293, 400, 401

Clayform Properties plc 139

Clements, Handley & Co. 138

Clerkenwell and Islington Medical Mission 79

Clerkenwell Association 55

Clerkenwell Bridewell 8, 54

Clerkenwell Business Network 20

Clerkenwell Casual Poor Ward 38

Clerkenwell Central 171

Clerkenwell Close 21, 22, 29–54, 62–7, 108, 206, 370 Nos 1–5 107; No. 6 62, Ill. 57; No. 7 (Three Kings p.h.) 63; Nos 8–13 107; Nos 9–13 (dem.) 38, 95; Nos 14–21 63; No. 19 (Challoner House) 63; Nos 24–26 (Horseshoe p.h.) 63, Ill. 58; Nos 27–31 (Clerkenwell Workshops, former London School Board stores) 15, 20, 64–5, 218, Ills 59, 60; Nos 33 and 34 65, Ill. 61; No. 35 65, Ills 62, 63; Nos 36–41 66; Nos 36–41 (dem.) 36, Ill. 131; Nos 38 and 39 (Moores' clock factory, dem.) 37, 64, Ills 18, 19; No. 40 29, 66, Ill. 64; No. 42 (dem.) Ill. 16; Nos 42–46 66; Nos 42–46 (dem.) 37; Nos 42–48 Ill. 65; Nos 45–52 (49–52 dem.) Ill. 14; Nos 47 and 48 36–7, 66–7; Nos 47–52 (49–52 dem.) Ill. 17; Nos 53 and 54 67; No. 55 114 see also Challoner (or Cromwell) House; Newcastle House; St James's Church

Clerkenwell Explosion (Fenian bombing) 8, 54, 57, 59, Ill. 47; memorial 53

Clerkenwell Fire Station 23

Clerkenwell Green 5, 8, 10, 12, 17, 19, 87–114, 115, 359, 360, 405
-, Jerusalem Tavern p.h. 406; Middlesex Sessions House 93, 95, 96–104, 208, Ills 98, 104–14; Reform League Ill. 101; Sessions House Hotel 406
-, No. 1 104; Nos 1–2 (dem.) 91; Nos 2–7 104; No. 4 (dem.) 91; No. 7 (dem.) 91; Nos 8 and 9 104; Nos 8 and 9 (dem.) 92, Ill. 96; No. 10 104–5; No. 11 Ill. 116; Nos 11–14a91, 104; Nos 12–14aIll. 115; No. 14 92; Nos 15–17 (dem.) 105–6, Ills 117–18; Nos 15–17 105; Nos 16–20 Ill. 93; No. 18 Ill. 584; No. 20 406, Ills 584–5; No. 20 (Cornwell House) Ill. 93; No. 29 106; Nos 29–32 Ill. 119; Nos 29–42 Ill. 95; Nos 30–31 106–7; No. 32 106, 107, Ills 95, 97, 120; No. 33 (dem.) 95, 106, 107, Ills 95, 97; No. 34 (dem.) 91, 95, 107, Ill. 95; Nos 33–34 (site of) 92, 107; Nos 33–36 107, Ill. 92; Nos 35 and 36 (dem.) 92 (No. 35), 95, 107, Ill. 95; No. 37 109, 112; No. 37A seeMarx Memorial Library; No. 38 109, 112; Nos 39 and 40 113; Nos 41 and 42 113–14; Nos 43 and 44 (Crown Tavern) 93, 95, 114, Ills 102–3, 126; No. 44 (Red Star Coffee and Cocoa House) 114, Ill. 127; Nos 44–45 Ill. 103; Nos 45–47 (Clerkenwell House) 91, 114; No. 48 (Lion House) 114, Ill. 103

Clerkenwell Green Association 20, 394, 406

Clerkenwell Green Conservation Area 38

Clerkenwell House 91, 114

Clerkenwell Improvement Act (1851) 15, 370

Clerkenwell Improvement Commission 360, 361

Clerkenwell Lodge of Freemasons 50

Clerkenwell manor 89, 92, 295; manor house 296

Clerkenwell News 285, 353 (quoted)

Clerkenwell parochial charity school, Aylesbury Sreet 122, Ill. 142

Clerkenwell Parochial Schools, Amwell Street 14

Clerkenwell Parochial Sunday School, St James's Walk 80

Clerkenwell Political Union 109

Clerkenwell Road 12–13, 16, 165, 170, 232, 359, 385–406 clearance for 189; effects of 91, 94, 103, 106, 122, 386; naming and numbering 385, 386; railway bridge 386
-, North side:
-, Salvation Army International Trade Headquarters 403–4, Ill. 581; Victoria Dwellings 369, 371; No. 2 (Hat & Feathers p.h.) 399, Ills 572, 574–5; No. 4 (dem.) 399; Nos 6–10 (dem.) 400, Ill. 575; Nos 12–16 (formerly Grayson House) 292, 400; Nos 12–30 (dem.) Ill. 396; No. 30 (formerly Nos 18–30) 400; Nos 32–34 400; Nos 36–42 (former Wilderness Works) 400–1, Ill. 576; Nos 36–44 281; Nos 44–48 401; No. 48 286; Nos 50–54 289, 401; 56–58 401; Nos60–62 401, Ills 577–8; Nos 64–68 287, 399, Ill. 573; Nos 70–74 23, 401, Ills 551, 579; Nos 76–78 402, Ill. 579; No. 78a(Criterion hotel) 402, Ill. 579; Nos 80–82 402; No. 84 402, Ill. 549; Nos 86–88 (The Zetter hotel) 403, Ill. 553; Nos 90–94 403, Ill. 580; Nos 90–94 (dem.) 403; No. 96 (dem.) 403, 404, 405; Nos 98–100 (dem.) 403, 404, 405, Ill. 581; Nos 102–108 (former Columbia House) 403–5, Ills 552, 582; Nos 110–114 (Javens Chambers) 405, Ills 205, 583; Nos 116–118 (Klamath House) 406, Ill. 584; Nos 116–118 (dem.) 406, Ill. 583; No. 120 (Cornwell House) 406, Ills 584–5
-, South side:
-, Red Lion Distillery 19, 170, 171, 197, 396, Ill. 571; Nos 1–5 391, Ill. 548; Nos 7 and 9 390; No. 13 392; No. 15 (Foresters' Hall) 77, 390, 391–2, Ill. 557; Nos 17–23 392, Ills 558, 579; No. 27 393, Ill. 550; No. 29 216, 393; Nos 31–33 (Pennybank Chambers) 393, Ills 559–61; No. 35 394; Nos 37–43 (St John's Buildings) 394, Ill. 554; Nos 45–47 394; Nos 49–53 (former Holborn Union Offices) 385, 394–6, Ills 562–6; No. 55 (dem.) 396; No. 57 194; Nos 57–61 (former Kodak HQ, dem.) 396–7, Ills 567–9; Nos 57–61 (Fleet House) 397; No. 63 (former Great Nothern Railway stables) 396, 397–9, Ills 570–1

Clerkenwell Streete 203

Clerkenwell Tavern p.h. 379

Clerkenwell Vestry 12, 90, 92, 94, 299, 300, 350, 360, 365, 379, 380
-, Clerkenwell Road 170; Goswell Road 287; playgrounds 302; public gardens 302; sanitary committee 190; vestry room 53

Clerkenwell Vestry Hall (Finsbury Town Hall) 12, 18, 24

Clerkenwell Volunteers 55

Clerkenwell Waste Paper Works 109, 112

Clerkenwell Workhouse 12, 368, 374

Clerkenwell Workshops (former London School Board stores) 15, 20, 64–5, 218, Ills 59, 60

Clerks' Well 4, 5, 7, 368

Cliffe, Michael 328

Clifford, Martin 278

clock- and watchmaking 9–10, 15, 16, 37, 69, 136–7, 145, 169, 170, 177, 188, 194, 287, 300, 309, 310, 311, 316, 326, 327, 332, 375, 399–401

clocks 49, 291, 317

clothing trade 17, 19, 248

Clown of the Wells p.h. 338, 341, 347

Coach and Horses p.h., St John Street 239, Ill. 267

Coach and Horses p.h., St John's Square 24, 135

Coade stone 49, 260

a Coates, Nigel 399

Coats, John 231

Coats & Brockmer 231

Cobbett, William 95

Cobden Buildings 15

Cobham, James MacLaren 27

Cobham's Head p.h. 362–3

Cock Court 189

Cock inn 184

Cocker, Elizabeth 261

Cocker's Hotel 261

a Cockerell, C. R. 22, 37, 74

a Cockerell, Samuel Pepys 10, 22, 74, 297, 298, 299, 300, 304, 308, 331

coffee-houses and coffee-taverns 91, 114, 149, 169, 171, 173, 238

Cohen, David 279

Cohen (S. B.) Ltd 63

Coit Tower, San Francisco 112–13

Colchester, Caleb 173

Cold Bath, the 4

cold-stores and cold storage 17, 23, 124, 145, 147, 159, 176, 195, 202, 213, 267–8, 269

Coldbath Fields 9

Coldbath Fields Prison (formerly Middlesex House of Correction) 8, 55, 58

a Cole, A. V. 309

Cole, Charles 96

b Cole, John 83

College Building (former Northampton Institute) 15, 24, 239, 295, 300, 311, 316–20, 321, Ills 423, 433–9

College Heights 241

College of Distributive Trades 179

Collets Ltd 112

Collett (J.) Ltd 17, 248, 263, 265

a Collier, John 390, 392

b Collins, E. 229

b Collins, John 96, 179

Collins, William 341

Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd 404; showroom Ill. 582

Columbia House 404

Commercial Letters Ltd 109

Commission for Building Fifty New Churches 128, 176, 276, 281, 386

Commissionaires, Corps of 202

Commonweal 381, 382

Communist Party of Great Britain 112, 223, 382, 383

Compasses p.h. 186

a Comper, J. Ninian 129–31, 132

Compleat Angler, The90

Compton: Elizabeth 92; Charles (later 9th Earl of Northampton); James (3rd Earl); Spencer; William (later 1st Earl); Lord William (later 5th Marquess of Northampton), and Compton family generally, see Northampton, Earls and Marquesses of

Compton Buildings 15, 300, 303, 322, 325, Ill. 448

Compton Passage 284, 322, 371

Compton Street 9, 232, 237, 296, 297, 298, 299, 303, 304, 322–5, Ills 443–5
-, SS Peter & Paul RC (formerly Compton Street) Primary School 285, 324–5, 328, Ills 446–7

Compton Wynyates, Warwickshire 296, 298

Compton Yard 326

concrete:
-, construction 160, 263, 293, 321, 327–9, 334, 345, 349, 364, 381; fireproof construction 373, 381; floors 335, 373; panels and curtain walls 61, 135, 163, 327, 383; roofing 172

Condé Nast 218

Connaught Building 240, 320

Conservation Areas 19, 38, 92, 95, 311

e Considère Constructions Ltd 313

Cook, John Earley 38, 62, 369

Cook, Joseph (rag merchant) 140, 141

Cook, William (solicitor) 84

Cook (Thomas) & Son 195, 202

Cooper, Anthony Ashley- seeShaftesbury, Earls of

b Cooper, Edward 121

Coote, John 169

Copenhagen Fields 12, 205

Copestake, Crampton & Co. Ltd 255

Coppice Row 12, 218, 359, 360, 361, 362, 384, Ill. 507

Copthall 281

Cordwainers' Technical College 179

Corke Brothers 310

Corke, William Richard 310

Corker, Maurus 145

Corn Laws 237

b Cornick, Joseph 82, 84

Cornish (H.) & Sons 112

Cornwell, E. T. andF. U. 406

Cornwell House 406, Ills 93, 584–5

Corporation Buildings 15, 368, 369, 370, 371–2, 381, Ills 516–17

Corporation Lane 83

Corporation of London 12, 15, 205, 248, 359, 360, 361, 362, 368, 369, 370, 372, 384
-, Charterhouse Square gates 250, Ill. 360; Smithfield Market 267

Corporation Row 74, 83, 218, 341, Ill. 47; Nos 1–33 218

Corporation Workhouse 54

Cor-Ten steel 384

Cosh, Mary 26

Cossor, Alfred Charles 381

Cottle, Edward 187

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion 14

County of London Plan (1943) 328

Courtenay, Rev. Anthony 14

b Courtney & Fairbairn 270, 328

courts 13, 295, 297, 299, 300, 304, 309, 322

b Cousins (E.) & Co. 288

Covent Garden 19

Cow Cross 183; cattle market at 7, 183, 187, 203

Cow Cross Distillery 197

Cow Layer 241

Coward, Frederick George 288

Cowcross Cold Storage & Transport Co. 175

Cowcross Estate 196, 201

Cowcross Refuge Building 179

Cowcross Street 7–8, 16, 19, 20, 183–202, 364, 366, 367; Ills 244, 251, 254, 274, 508
-, Danish Bacon Co. site 162
-, No. 1 199; Nos 1–5 Ill. 251; Nos 2 and 3 199; No. 4 199; Nos 4–8 187; No. 5 199; Nos 6–8 (The Rookery) 196, 199, Ills 252, 254; Nos 9–13 (former Denmark House) 23, 193, 195, 200, Ills 236–7, 253; Nos 14–16 19, 195, 200, Ill. 242; Nos 17 and 18 201; Nos 18–20 (dem.) Ill. 231; Nos 19–25 (Zinc House) 196, 201; Nos 26–27 (Sabian House) 23, 192, 195, 201, Ill. 235; No. 28 201; No. 30 (Ikon House) 195, 201; Nos 32–33 195; Nos 32–35 201, Ill. 243; No. 43 368; Nos 54–60 366–7, Ill. 243; Nos 61–63 195, 202; Nos 64–65 (Warwick House) 202; Nos 64–69 195; No. 66 (Three Compasses p.h.) 195, 202; Nos 67–69 202; Nos 70–77 195, 202, Ill. 244; Nos 78–85 (dem.) 193; Nos 78–85 196, 202; Nos 86–89 (Blue Posts p.h.) 195, 202; Nos 90–93 195, 202; No. 94 (Hope p.h.) 195, 202, Ills 254–5

Cowface Court 260

c Cox & Son 52

Cozens, John Robert 296

b Crabb, G. 201

Cranfield, Lionel (1st Earl of Middlesex) 144

Crawford Passage 71

Crayle, Richard andWilliam 327

Crayle House 327

Crease & Sons 201

a Crickmay & Son 221

Crimean War 362

Crispe, Sir Nicholas, 2nd Bart 119, 263

Criterion Hotel 402

Crittall Manufacturing Co. Ltd 202

Croft Holmes Ltd 396

Croll (Alexander A.) & Co. 79

a Cromie, Robert 81

Cromwell, Oliver 33

Cromwell, Thomas Kitson 25–6; quoted 26, 41, 50, 93, 299, 331

Cromwell House 32, 33, 34, 63, Ill. 11

Cromwell Place 62, 63

Crookes, Sir William 381

Cropley, Sir John 32

Crosby Hall, City 295

Cross, John (watch manufacturer) 257

a Cross, Kenneth 24

Cross, Richard (Home Secretary) 372

'Cross Act' (1875) 61, 372

Cross Keys p.h. 204, 223, Ill. 263

Cross Street 282

Crosse, Andrew 34

Crosse, Thomas 42; monument to 52, 53, Ill. 40

b Crossley, Thomas 293

Crown and Woolpack p.h. 337, 338, 339, 343, 347, 356, Ill. 483

Crown Dilmun 196, 201

Crown House 273

Crown p.h., St John Street 233, Ills 102–3, 126

Crown Place 114

Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell Green 91, 93, 95, 114, Ill. 126

Crowson & Son 381

Croydon 342

b Cubitt, William 153, 344; & Co. 62, 293, 353

a Culpin, Clifford 24; & Partners 163, 325; & Son 238

Culver, Edward 402

Curiosities of Clocks and Watches 26

b Curtis, Richard 23, 223

c Curtis, T. F. 51

a Curtis (R. L.) & Son 351

Cylinder Gallery 175

Cymmrodorion, Honourable Society of 108

Cyrus Street 296, 298
-, Cyrus House 303, 326, Ill. 450; Tompion House 303, 326, 328, Ill. 451

CYZ Ltd 292, 322

a CZWG (Campbell Zogolovitch Wilkinson Gough) 19, 25, 70, 80, 172, 174, 213, 265, 274

D.

Dabbs, James 382

Daffy, Rev. Thomas 84

Daffy's Elixir warehouse 84, 85

Dailcourt Property Ltd 383

Daily Mirror 112

Daily Worker 17, 382, 383

Dakin, Thomas 391

Dalby, Thomas 199

Dallington Lofts Ltd 291

Dallington School 285

Dallington Square 292

Dallington Street Nos 1 and 2 (Enclave Court) 291, Ill. 405; No. 8 (Dallington School) 285; No. 9 291; No. 9a291, Ill. 406; No. 10 292; No. 10 (Kenroy House) 285, 292, Ill. 393; Nos 28–31 292; Nos 33–41 292

Dalston, St Mark's Church 313

Dalton, James 186

Dame Alice Owen Foundation 346, 349

Dame Alice Owen's almshouses 337, 338, 343–4, Ill. 474

Dame Alice Owen's School 14, 339, 343–6, 347, 356, Ills 474–9; Boys' School 349, Ills 477, 478; Girls' School 339, 353, 355, Ills 476, 479; Potters Bar 344

a Damond Lock Grabowski Architects 159

Dance, George, the younger 304

a Dandridge, Andrew 255

b Danford, Samuel 298, 299, 304, 305–8

a Daniel Watney Douglas Young 66, 104

a Daniel Watney, Eiloart, Inman & Nunn 25, 292, 345, 346, 349, 353, 402

Danish Bacon Co. 170, 193, 195, 196, 200, 202, Ill. 237

Daphne, Frank 254

a Darbishire, Henry 62, 353

Darbourne & Darke 335

Darcy, Sir Arthur 244

Darker, John 169

b Darlaston Bridge & Roofing Co. 386

Darling, Frank 209

a Darlow, H. A. G. 345

Dartmouth, Earls of: 2nd 252; 3rd 270; 6th 252; 7th 253

b Davard Construction Ltd 325

Davidson, John (watchmaker) 188

Davies, David (schoolmaster) 199

Davina House 311

Davison, George (of Eastman Photographic Materials) 396

s Dawnay (Archibald D.) & Sons Ltd 218

a Dawson, Henry 201

Dawson, William (lace manufacturer) 355

Dawson, Rev. William 26, 128, 129; (quoted) 18

Day Continuation Schools 179

b Day, George 369, 379

De Havilland 257

b Dearing (Charles) & Son 348

Debenham Property Trust 20

Defoe, Daniel 44

Dekker, Thomas 44

Dellagana (B.) & Co. Ltd 403

Demos (Gissing) 95

b Dempsey, William 299

Denmark House 200

a Dennis & Associates 179

a Denny, John 324

c Dent (E.) & Co. Ltd 317

a Derek Wylie Architecture 233

b Desborough, William 251–2, 270

a Design 5 Architects 104

a Design Solution 231

Devey, George 265

b Di Marco, Mike 174

Diamonds and Spades (novel) 27

dicing houses 245

Dickens, Charles 26, 82

Dickerson, Charles 348

Dickes, William 369, 375

Dickinson, Rivers (senior andjunior) andSamuel 233

Dickinson, William (surveyor) 128

Dighton, Thomas 152

Dillamore & Rowley 228

b Dines, George 221

a Dinwiddie McLaren 384

distilleries 120–1, 197–8, 218–20, 229, 396

Distillers Co. Ltd (Glasgow) 396

Distillers Group 19, 197, 396

a Dixon, A. 136

a DLG 159

Docwra family 133

Docwra, Thomas 6, 117, 126, 143, 144, 147

Docwra's chapel, St John's Church 126, 127, 129, Ill. 143

Dodd, George (quoted) 9

c Dodson, John 250

a Dollar, Peter 369

a Donaldson, F. H. 213

Donkin, Henry andThomas William 65

Dorchester, 1st Marquess of 250, 254

s Dorman Long & Co. 398

b Dorrington, Thomas 252

Doughty (J. M.) & Sons 238

Doulton's: Carraraware 268–9, Ills 371–2; terracotta 379

Dove, John Foster 139

b Dove Brothers 50, 51, 159, 202, 314, 350

Dower House 255

a Dowton, William Leonard 288

b Draper, Thomas 262

Dresser & Holmes 369

s Drew-Bear Perks & Co. Ltd 218

Driberg, Tom 113

drinking fountains 93, 181, 308

a Driver, C. H. 311

droving 7, 183, 203, 205

Drummond, Henry (banker) 297, 298

Drysdale Building 321, Ill. 442

Dublin, St Stephen's Church 51

Dubourg, Matthew 139

Dudley, John (Viscount Lisle) 118

Duffield (David) & Co. 402

Dugdale, Poole & Co. 192

Duke William p.h. 266

Dumenil (Peter) & Co. 202

a Duncan, Ronald Aver 231

Dundee Buildings 145

a Dunk, William 369

a Dunseath, G. B. 106

Dunsmore, Lord 263

Durable Patent Roller Composition Co. 368

Durnford, John andJohanna 323

Duveen, Sir Joseph 161

b Eades, John 341, 347

E.

Eagle Court 145, 178, 225, Ill. 224
-, Eagle Court School 14, 145, 178–9, Ills 223–6

Eagle p.h. 384

Earlstoke Estate 303, 334–5, Ills 465–7

Earlstoke Street 307

Earnshaw, Thomas 326

Earnshaw House 303, 326

c Earp, Thomas 221

East City Investments Ltd 292

East India Company 84

Eastman, George 396

Eastman Photographic Materials Co. Ltd 396

a Easton, John Murray 24

Easton Street 24

Eates, William 169

Eaton, John (mercer) 257, 279

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 71, 254, 390, 404

Eclipse (racehorse) 169

Education, Ministry of 320

Education Act (1918) 179

Education Department 58, 61

Edward VI 118

Edward VII (as Prince of Wales) 15, 57

Edward (Charles) & Son 191

b Edwards & Co. 252

Edwards & Co. (gut makers) 191

a Eedle & Myers 23, 348

a Egeraat, Erick van 237

Electric and Musical Industries Ltd (EMI) 404

Electrical Building, City University 321, Ill. 442

electroplating trade 17

Eley Brothers Ltd 370

Elgin, Earls of 127

Elias, Julius Salter (Viscount Southwood) 334

Elizabeth I 118, 206

b Elkington, Thomas 198, 234, 267, 269, 316

b Elliott, William 339

Elliott, William (scientific-instrument maker) 287

Ellis & Co. 369

Ellmers, Chris 26

a Elmes, James 360

Elsie and the Child (Bennett) 27

a Elsom, Pack & Roberts 25, 273, 383; Elsom Pack Roberts & Partners 241; see also EPR

a Elvin, Clive 261

b Elwall, Matthew 271

Ely House, Holborn 96

Emanuel, J. 310

a Emberton, Joseph 303, 328

Emberton Court 328

a Emberton, Franck & Tardrew 273, 328, 329

EMI 404

Emonson, James 122

Empress of Russia p.h. 338, 347, 356, Ill. 270

Emslie, J. P. 106

Enclave Court 291

Endowed Schools Acts (1869–74) 14, 344

Enfield 85

Engels, Friedrich 110

engineering 194

c England, George Pike 49, 51

b Ennor, Thomas 277, 399

a Ensor, J. P. 322

Enterprise Works 71

a Epps, Walter M. 112

a EPR Architects 179, 196, 201; EPR Partnership 162; see also Elsom, Pack & Roberts

Epstein, Jacob 112

Erlestoke, Wiltshire 307

Erwood & Co. 285

Essex, Earl of 119

a Etchells, Frederick 158, 129–31

European Review 193

a Evans, — 288–9

a Evans, Charles 51, 260

Evans, Thomas (grocer) 107

a Evans (later Evans-Vaughan), W. C. 24, 288–9

Evelyn, John 252

'Evening' (Hogarth) 347

Evening Herald 69

Evening Standard 69

b Everett, William 323

Exchange Place 162–3, 170, 196, Ill. 200

Executive Investments group 382

Exeter, Earl of 118

Exeter, Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of 52; monument to Ill. 41

Exeter House 118

Exmouth Market (formerly Street) 20, 21, 363, 365; No. 2 369, 379

F.

factories seewarehouses, factories, workshops, etc.

Fagge's Well 4, 184

Faggeswell Brook 4, 184

faience 218, 366

b Fairhead (Allen) & Sons 322, 381

Falk, Stadelmann & Co. 369, 381

c Farley, James Samuel 53

Farley & Haynes 310

c Farmer & Brindley 156

Farmiloe, George 23, 225

Farmiloes 23, 225–8, Ills 299–303

Farncroft 295

Farre, John Richard 253

Farringdon and High Holborn Station 366

Farringdon Court, Farringdon Road 20, 367–8

Farringdon Court, St Paul's Square, 220, 221

Farringdon Engineering Co. 170

Farringdon Lane 7, 29, 62, 359, 368, 370
-, Metropolitan Railway Goods Station 364–5
-, Nos 14–16 4, 368, 382; Nos 18–20 369; Nos 22–24 63, 369;
-, No. 28 (White Swan p.h.) 368; No. 34 23, 62, 369, 375, 381, Ill. 523; No. 54 369; No. 56 369

Farringdon Market 360

Farringdon Road 12, 15, 17, 91, 358–84, 386, Ills 503–545, 521–22, 526–31
-, East Side
-, bookstalls 17, 382, Ill. 541; NCP car park 374; Farringdon Road Buildings 15, 368, 369, 370, 372–4, 381, Ills 518–19;
-, Nos 58 and 60 368, 369, 375, 378, 382, Ill. 524; Nos 62–66 (dem.) 368, 369; Nos 62–66 382; Nos 68–86 see Farringdon Road Buildings; Nos 88–112 (Nos 108–112 dem.) 369, 379, Ills 537 (Nos 88–104), 539–40 (No. 94, Quality Chop House); Nos 114–152 381–3, 369, Ill. 538 (Nos 116–152); Nos 154–156 369; No. 158 (dem.) 370, 380; Nos 160–162 370, 381; Nos 164–170 (dem.) 370; Nos 164–170 381
-, West Side
-, Clerkenwell Workhouse 394; Corporation Buildings 369, 371–2, Ills 516–17
-, No. 1 (dem.) 368; Nos 1–5 (dem.) 368; Nos 1–15 381–2; No. 7 (dem.) 369; Nos 9–13 (dem.) 369, 381; No. 15 and 17 (dem.) 369; Nos 17–23 (1950s, dem.) 381; Nos 19–23 (dem.) 369; Nos 25–27 23, 369, 375, Ill. 531; No. 29 (dem.) 369, 381; Nos 29–47 Ill. 529; Nos 31–37 (dem.) 369, 374; Nos 39–73 369, 374, Ills 520 (Nos 43–47), 52 (No. 45); No. 57a368, 369; No. 61 (1917) 381; No. 63 381; No. 75 (dem.) 369, 382–3, Ills 543–4; Nos 77–79 369, 379, Ill. 527; Nos 81–87 (dem.) 369, 381; Nos 81–89 (Alexander House) 381; Nos 91–93 (dem.) 369, 379, Ill. 536; Nos 91–93 381, Ill. 530; No. 95 (dem.) 369; No. 97 (dem.) 369, 371; Nos 99–101 369, 379, 381; No. 103 369, 379; Nos 105–107 369, 379; Nos 109–111 23, 369, 375, Ill. 526; Nos 113–117 23, 197, 369, 379; Nos 119–141 (dem.) 369; No. 119 (Guardian House) 383–4, Ill. 542; Nos 143–157 369, 374, Ill. 522; No. 159 (Eagle p.h.) 384; Nos 161–175 384, Ill. 545 (Nos 167–169, Gazzano House)

Farringdon (formerly Farringdon Street) Station 16, 183, 187, 364, 366–7, Ills 243, 510, 512, 513; temporary station 363, 365–6, Ills 508, 511

Farringdon Street 359–60, 362

Farringdon Street Wastes ('The Ruins') 370, Ill. 515

a Farrington, Nigel 324

Faulkner, Rev. W. E. L., monument to 53

Faulkner's Alley 186, 190, 201 (Nos 1–9)

b Fayers, W. J. 67

b Feary, William James 288, 289

Feathers p.h. 266

Fels, Joseph 215

Felt, Willard Oliver 369

Fenner Appleton & Co. 160

Fern Fields 340

Fernfield 295

Ferranti, Sebastian Ziani de 17, 263; S. Z. de Ferranti Ltd 263

Fettiplace, Sir George, 5th Bart 169

Field, Barclay 234

Field & Co. (brewers) 234

Field Lane Ragged Schools Ill. 508

b Fielder, William 45

Fife Hotel 258

Figgins, James, type foundry etc. 16, 23, 378–9, Ills 532–5

Filmer, Reginald 291, 293

Filmer (R. H.) & Co. 322

Finch: family 244, 250; Heneage (3rd Earl of Winchilsea) andSir Moyle 250

Finch, H. H. 237

a Finch Forman 235

a Finch Hill, William 399

Finsbury Borough Council 12, 18, 24, 92, 95, 328, 380, 383 air-raid shelters 313; George Baxter commemorative plaque 310; planning 19, 162; public gardens 181, 309; public housing 16, 295, 303, 325; road-widening 38; see also main entry on public housing

Finsbury Dispensary 85, 139, 355

Finsbury Estate 24

Finsbury Health Centre 18, 24

Finsbury Plan 18

Finsbury Savings Bank 22, 77, 81, 82–3, 138, Ill. 83

Finsbury Square 304

Finsbury Town Hall 12, 18, 24

Finsbury, Metropolitan Borough of, seeFinsbury Borough Council

fires:
-, Charterhouse Buildings (1885) 390, Ill. 556; Clerkenwell Green (1799, 1803) 91; No. 11 Clerkenwell Green (1913) 105; Cobham's Head p.h. (1866) 363; Farmiloes warehouses, St John Street (1868) 228; Giles Grendey's warerooms, St John's Square (1731) 138; Nos 3–5 St John Street (1991) 209

a Firmin, E. H. 198

First International (General Council of) 109

Fish, Samuel 169

Fisher, Archbishop Geoffrey 132

b Fisher, James 37, 40, 48, 53

Fisher, John (baker) 199

Fitch Lovell 202

Fitter, Thomazon andWilliam 105

a Fitzroy Robinson: & Partners 197, 198; Partnership 172

Fitzstephen, William (quoted) 4, 7

flats 20, 21, 25, 83, 171–2, 201, 218, 241, 248, 255, 270, 273, 291, 307, 310–11, 312, 346, 354, 355, 357, 384, 391, 405; see also model dwellings andpublic housing

Fleet House 397

Fleet Market 359

Fleet river 3–4, 183–4, 359, 360, 362, 370

Fleet sewer 360, 363

Fleet Valley Railway 362

Fleet Works 397

a Fletcher, Banister 325

b Fletcher, Thomas 262

a Fletcher, Thomas Wayland 106

Fleur-de-Lis Court 199

Floré, Mme de 310

a Florence, Henry Louis 202, 385

Florin Court 254, 255, Ills 340, 351, 352–4

Flower Girl Brigade 77

Flying Horse p.h. 266

'Fog House' 66

Fogwell Court 266

Foliot family 6

Food of Health Restaurant 369

a Ford, Thomas 51

Ford, Thomas (cart-grease manufacturer) 187

Foreign Cattle Market, Deptford 191

Foresters, Ancient Order of 390, 391, 392

Foresters' Hall 77, 390, 391–2, Ill. 557

Foresters' Hall Place 390

Forshaw, Alec (quoted) 24

Forster, Sir Thomas 144, 156, 161, 214

Forsyth Johnson, J. 181

b Fortescue, Nathaniel 369, 374

Fortess Road, Kentish Town 404

Foster, Benjamin 153

Foster, David George 136, 139

Foster, Rev. Henry 286

Foundling Hospital estate, Bloomsbury 298, 299, 304

Fournier Street, Spitalfields 165

e Fowler, John 362, 363, 364, 366

Fowler, Sir Thomas 118

Fox, Mrs Mary (d. 1840), monument to 53

Fox and Anchor p.h. 23, 266, 268–9, Ills 370–2

Fox and French Horn p.h. 91, 106

Fox and Knot charity schools 267

Fox and Knot Street 267

Fox and Knot Yard 267

Fox Place 106

Foyle, William Alfred andGilbert 343

c Frampton, George 344

Francioni, Signor 199

a Francis, F. & H. 350

Francis Court 145, 177

Francis Rowley Court 177

a Franck, C. L. P. 273, 303, 328

Franklin, Benjamin 151

Franks, Mike 20

Fraser, 'Mad' Frankie 399

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales 108

Freehold and Leasehold Investment Co. 351

b Freeman, Henry 82

Freeman, Martin 118

Freemasons of the Church 152

Free-Thinking Christians' meeting-house 14, 135

French, Edward (watchmaker) 37

French Brothers Ltd 312

French Horn p.h. 106

French Yard 68

a Fretton (Tony) Architects 174

'Friday Knights, The' 153

Friend, George 84

Friend Street 338, 339, 342, 354–5
-, Nos 1A–5 and 2–4 346; Nos 3, 3A, 3b355; Nos 3–5 Ill. 500

Friends seeSociety of Friends

Friswell, James Hain 27

b Frith, Richard 145

Froggeswell Court 266

Froginton, Lady 32

Frogwell Court 266

Frost, Isaac 285

b Fryer (W. J.) & Co. 311

Frying Pan Alley 13, 189, 190

Fulham 166

Fuller, Thomas (quoted) 127

a Fuller, Hall & Foulsham 78

a Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Cassell 381

a Fung, Spencer 68

Furby (E. C.) & Sons 392

furniture- and cabinet-making 9, 10, 34–6, 91, 122, 137–8, 140, 145, 165, 169, 188, 397

Furnival & Co. 404

G.

Gable House Estates 367

a Gale Stephen Steiner 198

Gallahers 80

Galley, Peter andPaul 188

Galloway & Co.'s works Ill. 508

Galloway (Alex.) & Son's works Ill. 508

garage (Stepney Carrier Co.) 231

Garden Alley(s) 89, 165

Garden Alley Street 167

Gardener's Street 282

Gardens Street 282

gardens, communal 302, 326, 335

Gardner family 233–4; Henry, Philip andWilliam 233

Garencières, Dr Theophilus 34, 139

Garnham (R. F.) & Son 267

Garrick, David 151

Gash, Thomas 310

Gaskin Street, Islington 45

Gas-Meter Testing Station 23

Gate House 135, Ill. 162

Gates, William 355

Gatliff, Charles 372

Gaudi (restaurant) 399

b Gaze (W. H.) & Sons Ltd 218, 312, 326

Gazzano House 384, Ill. 545

a Geden, John Mease 369

Gedge & Co. 231, 232

b Gee, Walker & Slater Ltd 231, 326

General Optical Co. 406

General Post Office Stores 369

General Union of Heating and Domestic Engineers' Assistants 170

Gentleman's Magazine 10, 148, 151, 193

gentrification 19, 304, 310, 312

b Gentry, Mark 395

Geoffrey Gribble Memorial Conservation Award 312

George and Dragon p.h. 238–9, Ill. 266

George Court 9, 145, 151, 167, 178

George IV 186, 201; as Prince of Wales 188

George p.h. 204, 237

Geraldo 61

b Gerrard (J.) & Sons Ltd 255

a Gibbins, Frederick J. 291

Gibbs, Aaron 169

c Gibbs (Alexander) & Co. 51

c Gibbs & Moore 316

b Gilbert, Thomas 96

Gilbert & Rivington 10, 122, 136, 293, 394, 386

c Gilding, Francis 36, 51

c Gilding & Banner 50, 51, 53

b Gilham, G. W. 325

Gillingham, Michael 51

Gillyatt, Francis 346, 354

b Gilmac Building Services 293

Gissing, George 15, 27, 95; quoted 13, 96, 115

b Gladding (Walter) & Co. 231

Glaister, Dr 12

b Glaskin, Thomas Peet 368

glass, 'invisible' 216

Glasshouse, The 279

Glasshouse Chambers 279

Glasshouse Yard 14, 19, 244, 273, 278–9, Ills 331, 379, 386–7

Glasshouse Yard, Liberty of 7

glassworks 8, 187, 278–9

c Glendinning, Lucy 200

Glengate Properties 267

Globe Yard 326

Gloucester, HRH Duke of 132

Glover, Thomas 79, 238; & Co. 237, 238, 369

a GML Architects 124, 171, 176, 292, 322, 403; see also Green Moore Lowenhoff

Goat and Harp inn 231

a Godderson & Buckley 71

Godfrey, Edward 233

Godwell 4

Godwin, George 13, 189, 325

Golden Anchor p.h. 218, 384

Golden Lane 277

Golden Lion inn 224

a Goldfinger, Ernö 382–5

Goldsmiths' Company 324

a Gollifer Langston 346

Gomm, Richard andWilliam 34, 169

a Gomme, W. L. 391

Good Samaritan Temperance Society 93

Goode, Thomas 114

Goode Brothers 114

b Goodhall (S.) & Son 322

a Goodhart-Rendel, H. S. 158

Goodspeed, Frederick 209

Goose Yard 241

b Gordon & Sons 106

Gordon Riots 99

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando 90

Gormully & Jeffery Manufacturing Co. 369

Goswell Place 299, 300, 312

Goswell Road (formerly Street) 4, 7, 205, 272–3, 274–7, 282, 297, 299, 303, 335, 337, 386, 387, 390, 348–51, Ills 379, 380, 391, 469, 575
-, widening 311, 287–60
-, West side:
-, Alice Owen Technology Centre 339, 348–9, Ill. 487; Charterhouse Buildings: 390–1, Ills 548, 556; City and Islington College sixth-form centre 339, 344, 349, Ill. 488; Compton Buildings 15, 300, 303, 322, 325, Ill. 448; Gwynne's Buildings 338, 339, 341, 349, 356, Ill. 470; St Thomas's Charterhouse Church and Schools 275–7, Ills 384–5
-, No. 1 273; Nos 1–23 Ill. 383; Nos 3 and 5 274; Nos 7–21 (Citadines Apartment Hotel) 274; No. 23 (dem.) 279, Ill. 386; No. 23 (Italia Conti House) 274–5; No. 25 275; No. 27 and 27a(dem.) 277, 390, 391; Nos 47–63, 67–71 288; Nos 73–89 (dem.) Ill. 397; Nos 81–99 Ill. 398; No. 83 288; No. 91 (Erwood & Co.'s works, dem.) 285, Ill. 395; Nos 93–99 287; Nos 101–105 288; Nos 137–157 (dem.) 307; Nos 137–157 311, Ill. 425; Nos 159–173 312; Nos 175–181 305; Nos 235–245 303; No. 247 303, 313; No. 249 348; Nos 281–283 (dem.) 338; Nos 317–345 (dem.) seeGwynne's Buildings; Nos 353–363 350–1, Ills 490, 491

Goswell Row 282

Goswell Street seeGoswell Road

Goswell Terrace 299, 335

a Gough, Piers 20, 25, 165, 174

b Gould, John 76

a Graham Berry Partnership 139

Gramophone Co. Ltd 404, 405

Grant, Daniel 193

Grant & Co. (printers etc.) 193

Granville Square 27, 237

Graves, George, seeGreaves

Graves, Walwyn 140

c Gray & Davison 51

Gray (E.) & Son Ltd 112, 400

Gray's Inn Lane (now Road) 109

Grayson House 400

Great Exhibition (1851) 371

Great Fire of London 359

Great Northern Railway 362, 363, 366, 367; goods station 363, 364, 366, 369, 367–8, 381, 396 Ill. 514; stables 197, 397–9, Ills 570–1

Great Percy Street 22

Great Saffron Hill 363, 368, 374, Ill. 515

Great Sutton Street 9, 20, 282, 286; Nos 5–14 292; No. 15 291, Ill. 404; Nos 16–29 292; Nos 17–20 Ill. 407; Nos 19–24 281; No. 20 400, Ill. 576; Nos 21–29 289, Ill. 403; Nos 29?–56 293; Nos 30B—d293, Ill. 408; Nos 30–35 293, Ill. 403; Nos 36–43 284, 289, 293, Ill. 409; Nos 44–56 293, Ill. 401 (Nos 44–49)

Great Swan Alley Ill. 391

Great Western Railway 362, 363, 366

Greater London Authority 124

Greater London Council:
-, building conservation 113; Historic Buildings Division 172; planning 107, 124; property 64; public housing 303–4; slum clearance 374

Greatorex, Thomas (d.1824), monument to 53

b Greaves, George 167, 174, 175, 176, 177

Gredus, Philip 199–200

Green Man beer shop 201, Ill. 231

a Green Moore Lowenhoff 171, 175, 198; see also GML Architects

Greenhill, John 202

Greenhill's Rents 192, 202; No. 11 23, 195, 202

Greenwood, James 189

c Greenwood, Thomas 49

Greenwood (John) & Sons 62, 369, 375

b Greenwood (John) Ltd 80

a Gregg, Ebenezer 402

b Gregory, Gabriel 138

Grendey, Giles 121, 137–8

Greville Street 183, 375

Grey of Warke: 1st Baron 250; 2nd Baron 254

Grey, Dame Beryl 343

Greystoke Place 172

a Gridley, J. B. 218

a Griffith, J. W. 114, 128

Griffith, Dr J. W. 12, 62

Griffith, Robert 396

a Griffith, William Pettit 22, 50, 51, 53, 80, 114, 128, 147, 152–3, 156, 284, 285

a Griffith & King 76

b Griffiths, J. J. 386

Griffiths, Thomas Joseph 369

b Griffiths, William 347

b Griggs & Son Ltd 312

Grimaldi family: James andSamuel 286–7; Joseph 338

b Grimsdell, Samuel 56, 360, 361

Grimthorpe, Lord 311, 327

Grimthorpe House 303, 326–7, Ills 454–5

Griswold & Hainworth Ltd 265

Grohmann (A.) Ltd 175

Groom, John 15, 38, 77, 81

a Gross, Max 124

Grosvenor Crescent 159

Grosvenor Estate, Mayfair 297

Grosvenor Square, No. 32 253

Grove Manor Homes 347

b Grover, John 288, 369, 378, 393; & Son 369

Grover, Humphreys & Son 396

Groveworld Ltd 322, 347, 349, 357

a Gruning, E. A 369

Gruntwag, Benjamin Goldberg 401

Guardian, The17, 381, 382, 383–4

Guardian House 383–4, Ill. 542

Guardian Properties 267

Gunner, Edward 201

Gunston, Michael 84

Gurner, Alice 258

a Gus Alexander Architects 196, 199

Gwynn, John 359

b Gwynne, Edward 339

Gwynne's Buildings 338, 339, 341, 349, 356, Ill. 470

a Habershon & Pite 267

H.

Hackney Estates 292

e Haden (G. & J.) 56, 102

Hadid (Zaha) Architects 68

a Hadkinson, William 152

Hailstone, John (quoted) 298

Hale (Robert) Ltd 114

a Hall, H. Austen 24

Hall, John 355

s Hall (J. & E.) Ltd 213

b Hall, Bedall & Co. 209

b Halse & Sons 202

a Hambridge, Charles 201

a Hames, Francis John 23, 209

a Hames & Darling 209

Hamilton & Co. (brushmakers) 403

a Hamilton Associates 25, 231, 237

Hammon, James 310

Hanbury, George 234

Hancock, Charles, works Ill. 508

Handel, G. F. 139, 252

Handelsman, Harry 20

Handley, Benjamin 37

Hanley, William de 126

a Hanson, J. Treadway 285

b Harbrow (William) Ltd 61

Harbud, James 188

Hardwick, Philip 284

a Hare, Nicholas 25

Harold Laski House 303, 328, 330, Ill. 453

Harp Alley, City 77

c Harris, Renatus 128

Harris, William ('Sausage King') 192, 209; & Son 209

Harris Plating Works 279

Harrison, Sir Edmund andLady 169

a Harrison, William 393

Harrison, William (topographer) 73

Harrison (John) & Co. 191

Harrisson, James Samuel 66

Harrow 396

Harrow p.h. 322

Hart, Philip 139

Hart Alley 80

c Hartshorne, Robert 53

Harvey's Coffee House 149

Haskins (Samuel) & Bros. Ltd 216

a Haslehurst, Edward 261, 270, 288, 400

Hastings, Cristina 112

c Hastings, Jack (Viscount) 112

Hat and Feathers p.h. 399, Ills 572, 574–5

Hat and Mitre Court 204, 230, 231

b Hatred, John 339

Hatton, Edward 9

Haughton family 171

a Hawkins/Brown 293

Hayes, Middlesex 405

Hayne Street 21, 245, 263, 267

Hayward, James 78

Hayward Brothers 78

Hayward's Place 78–9, 219, 221, Ill. 76; Woodbridge Chapel 77, 79, Ill. 77

Hazel, William 58

b Head, George 286

Health, Ministry of 17

Heath (George) & Co. 369

c Heaton, Butler & Bayne 51, 316

a Hebson, George 303, 328, 332, 333, 381

Hedingham, Essex 395

Heinz 381

b Hellis, Charles 76, 80

Help the Aged 80

Hemingway Properties 177

c Hems, Harry 129

a Henderson, Brian 172

a Henderson, Fergus 225

Hendley, Walter 32

Heneage: family 244, 250; Elizabeth (Countess of Winchilsea) andThomas 250

Henley Centre 213

a Henman, Charles 393

Henry II 126

Henry VIII 118

Henry, David 151, 152

b Henshaw, William 375, 391

Heraclius, Patriarch of Jerusalem 126

Herbal Hill Gardens 379, 381

a Herber-Percy & Parker Architects 160

b Herbert, John 308

Herbert's Coffee House 91

Hereford Cathedral 52

Hermit Street 338, 342, 354, Ills 493, 499 (No. 14)

hermitage 337, Ill. 469

Hermitage Buildings 339

Hermitage Field(s) 337, 338, 340

Hermitage Place 338, 341, 347, Ill. 482

a Hesketh, Robert 277

Hewitt, Thomas (chronometer-maker) 310

a Heyningen & Haward, van 25, 349

Hicks, Sir Baptist 8, 206

Hicks' Hall 8, 54, 96, 100, 101, 203, 204, 206–8, Ills 261, 262 (chimneypiece)

b Higgs & Hill 103, 383

High Voltage Engineering Laboratory 321, Ills 440, 442

Highbury New Park 201, 241

a Hildebrand & Glicker 255

Hildesheimer, S. 403

b Hill, — 399

Hill, Joseph 285

Hill, Octavia 302

Hill, Thomas Rowland 285

Hill, William (silversmith) 323

a Hill, William Finch 399

b Hill & Sons 274

Hill Street, Finsbury 373

a Hills, Walter Augustus 106

Hilstone 106

b Hilton, Richard 83

His Master's Voice (HMV) 404

Historic Buildings Council 113

History and Description of the Parish of Clerkenwell (Cromwell) 25–6

History of Clerkenwell (Pinks) 25, 206

HM Works & Public Buildings Stores 369

b Hoare, Job 341

Hoare, William Sheppard 351

a Hobden, Robert W. 170

a Hobden & Porri 311

Hobson, Frank Statham 387, 394, 404

Hockley-in-the-Hole 67, 186

a Hodge, Henry 22

Hodges, Benjamin 141

Hogarth, Richard 149

Hogarth, William 149, 347

Hogg, Quintin 316

Holborn & Finsbury Commissioners of Sewers 360

Holborn Hill improvement 361

Holborn Poor Law Union 12, 374, 394, 395

Holborn Town Hall 385

Holborn Union Board of Guardians 380, 394, 395, 396

Holborn Union Offices 394–6, Ills 562–66

Holborn Valley improvement 372

b Holden, Strickland 108, 122

Holder, Elizabeth (d. 1702), monument to 52

Holland, Henry (of Islington Spa) 341

b Holland & Hannen 234

Hollar, Wenceslaus 119, 127, 147

c Hollaway, Antony 345

Hollingshead, John (quoted) 38, 284

Hollington, Alfred J. 114

c Hollis, J. 53

Holloway Road 360

Holt family (printers): 145; Elizabeth andRalph 149; Sarah 149, 151

Holy Redeemer Church 14, 22

Homan, Julius 228

c Homann, William 315

Home Office 58, 62

Homesteads Ltd 261

Hook, James andJames Clark 309

Hooke, Robert 359

Hoop and Adze p.h. 233

Hooper, Richard andWilliam 224

Hooper & Jackson 114

Hooper Street 282

Hop Bitters Co. 369

b Hopcraft, William 45

Hope, Stephen (butcher) 282

Hope p.h. 23, 195, 202, Ills 254–5

a Hopkins, Alfred J. 369

Hore, Charles andRichard 296

Horlicks 381

a Horne (Trevor) Architects 233

Hornor, Thomas 85

Horns p.h. 213, Ill. 265

Horse and Groom inn 272

horse trough 94

Horseshoe brewery 233

Horseshoe p.h. 63

c Horsley (John) & Son 50

hostels 17, 248, 253, 255, 269

hotels 17, 248, 258, 261, 274, 199–200, 402

Houblon, Jacob 232

Hough, Daniel 34

House of Detention 84

House of Retreat 22

house-farming 16, 300

houses:
-, larger, pre-1660 8, 21, 32–4, 118–19, 144–5, 244–5, 250 smaller, pre- 1660 21, 89–90, 186, 203–4, 266, 268 1660–1714 9, 21, 90, 105, 119–20, 121, 122, 145, 245–7, 251–4, 262, 263–4, 282, 296, 322 1714–60 22, 90–1, 113, 121, 137–8, 141, 167–8, 173–4, 175–7, 230–1, 259–60, 348 1760–1820 36–7, 66–7, 83–5, 199, 229, 260–1, 269, 283, 286, 299, 304–8, 322–3, 331–2, 338, 339, 341, 346–7, 350, 355–6 1820–65 69, 76, 78–9, 80–2, 113, 240–1, 354–5 modern 16, 24, 174

Housing and Local Government, Ministry of 328

Housing of the Working Classes Act (1890) 15

Howard, Charles (Earl of Carlisle) 119

Howard, William (mason) 339

Howell, James (quoted) 244

Howell, Killick, Partridge & Amis 326

Hoy, William 113

a Huckson, Easchus 237

Hudden, William andFrancis 393

Hudibras 67

Hugh Myddelton Primary School 68

Hugh Myddelton School 14, 15, 22, 38, 54, 56, 68, 95, 57–61, Ills 46, 49–54, 291

Hughes, John (poet) 139

b Hughes, Thomas 299, 305, 307

a Hukins, Jesse Christian 316

Hulett, James 169

Humphreys, Edward 396

Humphreys, James 270, 271

Humphreys, Philip 283

Humphreys, William 167

a Hunt Thompson Architects 67

Hunt, James (builder) 114

Hunter-Weston, Col. Gould 133

c Huntingdon, 15th Earl of 112

Hurford, Thomas 199

a Hurst, Aaron Henry 22

Hurwood, John 284, 293

a Hutchinson & Partners 329

Hyams, Harry 279

Hyatt, Thaddeus 369, 381; & Co. 381

Hyde, Savile 141

Hyelie Field 295

I.

a Ian Simpson Architects Ltd 69

a I'Anson, E. B. 261, 287

a IKA Project Design & Management 161, 202, 268

Illustrated London News 222

Illustrated London News of the World 222

Improved Industrial Dwellings Company 15, 300, 325, 370

Incorporated Church Building Society 313, 316

Ind Coope 220, 234

industry 16–18, 9–10, 91–2, 121–2, 124, 136–8, 145, 187–8, 148–51; see also clock- and watchmaking; electroplating; engineering; furniture- and cabinet-making; printing; meat trades; slaughtering

Ingersoll Watch Co. Ltd 218, Ill. 285

Inglis, Sir Robert Harry 257

a Ingram (William G.), Son & Archer 202

a Inman, Gordon H. 293, 402

Inner London Crown Court 208

Inner London Education Authority 324

International Hygienic Society 94

iron and ironwork:
-, balconies etc. 176, 257, 346; balustrades 228; bridges 235, 364, 366; cast-iron and glass screen 100; chancel screen 51; corrugated 365; decorative 62, 234, 269, 288, 347, 369, 379, 401, 403; drinking-fountain 93; flower urns 308; gates 133, 228, 250, 260; pulpit 51; railings 49, 54, 250, 265; roof-trusses 60, 224, 228, 366; sewer pipe 363; staircase 288; structural 23, 49, 50, 53, 64, 79, 102, 152, 160, 195, 200, 202, 221, 223, 228, 232, 235, 263, 265, 273, 289, 293, 309, 362, 364, 365, 366, 367, 373, 375, 397–8; temporary buildings 216, 313, 368; water-tanks 219, 235; windows 265, 367

a Iron, William 54

b Irwin, W. 288

a Isaacs, Lewis Henry 23, 198, 202, 222, 228, 269, 385; and Henry Louis Florence 202, 385

Iskra (Spark) 17, 107, 109, 112, 166

Island Lead Mills, Limehouse 225

Islington 7; St Mary's Church 343, 345

Islington and Finsbury Youth Club 343

Islington Borough Council, seeIslington, London Borough of

Islington Green Secondary School 68

Islington High Street Ill. 469

Islington Medical Mission 79

Islington Police Station 25

Islington Road 203, 239, 337

Islington Society 312

Islington Spa 4, 341

Islington, London Borough of 3, 92, 95, 218, 383, 394, 406
-, Architectural Department 351, 354; Borough Architect's Department 107; Brewers' Company estate 339; Conservation Section 172; development 107; Engineer's Department 396; planning 196, 174, 348; public housing 18–19, 303–4, 327, 329, 354; Seckford estate 74; see also main entry on public housing

Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts 275

Italia Conti House 274–5

Izod, Joseph 369

J.

Jack Ketch's Warren 13, 189

Jackson, Frank 110

b Jackson, Joseph 167, 173

Jackson, Michael 399

Jacoll hats 248

James I 148, 206

a James, Robert C. 63

a James Lambert Architects 291

Jamieson, Dr W. A. 134

Jaques, John 200

a Jarvis, Henry 23, 369, 375

Javens, Eli 404, 405

Javens Chambers (or Buildings) 405, Ills 205, 583

b Jay, John 361, 362, 366, 368

Jeeves, Gordon 158

a Jefferis, W. Ernest 401

Jeffery, George 382

Jemmatt, John andNathaniel 251, 252

b Jennings, John 161

c Jennings, John 52

Jerrold, Douglas 353

Jerusalem Court 13, 121, 123, 129, Ill. 143

Jerusalem Passage 95, 107, 115, 117, 121, 138, 139, 216, 218, Ills 138, 168
-, Nos 5–7 138; No. 8 138–9

Jerusalem Place 129

Jerusalem Tavern, Britton Street 176, Ills 219, 220

Jerusalem Tavern, Jerusalem Passage 138

Jerusalem Tavern, Red Lion Street 165, 169, 170, 171, 406

Jerusalem Tavern, St John's Gate 149

Jervoise estate 384

Jetco Investments 382

John, Augustus 112

John Bull p.h. 342

a John Gill Associates 136

John Groom's Association for the Disabled 77

Johnson, Charlotte 323

b Johnson, Henry, senior 76, 78, 80, 81, 82, 85; junior 76

a Johnson, Richard 367, 367, 369, 397

Johnson, (Dr) Samuel 148, 151, 153

e Johnson, Thomas Marr 362

b Johnson, W. 324

Johnson Talking Machine Co. 404

Johnstone, James 69

a Johnstone Evans & Co. 291

Jolly Coopers p.h. 65

b Jones, A. J. 293

Jones, Allen 265

Jones, Edward (leather merchant) 230

Jones, (Dr) Evan 287

a Jones, Francis E. 268

Jones, Griff Rhys 312

a Jones, (Sir) Horace 250, 369, 371, 372

a Jones, Owen Campbell andWilliam Campbell 320

c Jong (F. de) & Co. Ltd 231

c Jordán, Esteban 133

a Joseph, Messrs 326

Jupp, Richard: the elder 169, 176; the younger 169

a Jupp, William, the younger 342

Justice 109

K.

Katial, Chuni Lal 18

b Kearley, C. F. 384

Keeling, Sir John 144

Keevil & Best 195, 202

b Kelk, John 363, 364, 366

b Kellaway, W. L. 238

b Kelly, H. & E. 387, 396, 404

a Kelly, Howard 312

Kemp, John (publican) 347

Kendal, John (prior) 117

Kenroy House 285, 292, Ill. 393

Kenroy Ltd 285

a Kent, Arthur 346

b Kent, Henry 320; Ltd 334

Kent, James 392

Ker, Dr John 127

Kershaw's Hotel 258

Key p.h. 204

b Kier London 162

b Killby, Andrew 265

b Killby & Gayford 197, 202, 396

a King, — 76

b King, A. 354

King, Edwin Franklyn 262, 404

a King, Mark William 263, 404

King, William Isaac 404

b King (Arthur J.) Ltd 170, 322

King of France p.h. 338

King of Prussia p.h. 338

King Street (now Cyrus Street q.v.) 298, 296, 299

King's Arms p.h. 353

King's Cross 359, 360, 362, 404

King's Cross House 25

King's Cross Road 380, 381

King's Cross station 362, 363, 367

King's Road, Holborn 386

Kingston, Ralph 171

Kingsway Place 61

Kingsway Princeton Further Education College 61

Kinross, Lord 396

a Kinson Architects 261

b Kirk & Kirk 311

b Kirk & Parry 221

b Kirk & Randall 64, 367, 397

Kitchin, Thomas 91

a Kite, Victor 172

Kitson, Sir Thomas andLady (Elizabeth) 32

Klamath House 406, Ills 93, 584

Klug & Sons 397

Knatchbull, Sir Edward 187

Knight & Hawkes 63

Knight (J. S.) & Son 194, 198

Knight of the Burning Pestle, The185

Knight's Court 136

Knights Hospitallers 4, 6, 7, 89, 115, 116, 118, 125, 126, 134, 143, 183, 205, 337

Knights of St John (club) 151, 153

Knights Quarter 162

Knott, Job andJohanna 323

Knott, Naomi 332

Kodak headquarters 396–7, Ills 567–9

Korn, Elias 401

Krauss, Max 369

Krumpholtz, Joseph 310

L.

Labour Research Department 109–10, 112

b Laing (John) & Son Ltd 238

Laking, Sir Guy 133

Lamb, Benjamin 138

a Lamb, Edward Buckton 22, 313

a Lamb & Church 369

Lamb and Flag Court 13

Lamb and Flag p.h. 91

Lamb and Flag Ragged School 13, 170

Lamb Court 90, 189

Lamb p.h. 204

Lambcroft 337

Lambert, Joseph 106

Lambert & Butler 233

a Lambert (James) Architects 291

Lambeth Art Glass Works 52

Lancaster, William 186

Land Investors group 162

Landells, James 309

a Lander & Bedells 193, 273

Langbourne Buildings, Finsbury 370, 373

Langdale, Lord 74

Langridge (Edward) & Co. 369

Langston, James Haughton 171

Lansdowne, — (butcher) 188

a Lansdowne (George) & Pollard 391

Larst, Robert 199

b Lascelles (W. H.) & Co. 269

Laski, Harold 328

Latimer, 3rd Baron (Sir John Neville) 8, 244, 255

Laura Place, Bath 304

c Lavers, Barraud & Westlake 315

Law, Allen 262

b Lawrance, Ebenezer 353

Lawrence (Martin) Ltd 109

b Lawrence (Walter) & Son 198

Lawson, War & Gammage 291

Layden House 198

Leach, Sir John 74

Leader, John 341, 346

League Bread Co. 237, 238

Leask, James 399

Leathes, Philip Hammersley 100

Lechmere, Sir Edmund A. H., Bart 124, 129, 154, 156

Ledbury Place 122

b Lee, John 45

Lees & Sanders Ltd 291

Leese, Rev. John 309

Left Book Club 112

Légér (Annibal) & Co. 194

Leicester, Earl of 119

Leicester Square 248

Le Jeune, James (or Jacques) 37

Leland, John 244

Lenin, V. I. 17, 107, 109, 112–13, 347

Lens Light Works 381

Leo Yard, No. 1 232, Ill. 311

Leopold III of Belgium 355

Leroux, Henry 304

L'Estrange, Roger 139

b Levett, Henry 259

Levett, Sir Richard 148

a Levin, Gerald 335

a Levitt Bernstein Associates 66

Lewis, Joseph (warehouseman) 390

Lewis, William (printer) 139

a Lewis, William G. B. 170

Liberty of Glasshouse Yard 243, 278, Ill. 379

Liberty of Saffron Hill 371

b Lidstone, N. 61

b Lidstone (J.) & Sons 223

a Lifschutz Davidson 196

Lilley & Skinner 24

Lilliefield 295

Lima Cathedral 37

Lincoln Place 20, 368

s Lindsay, Neale & Co. 317

Lindsey House 267

a Lindy (Kenneth), Joseph Hill & Partners 79, 202

Link (J. D.) & Son 193, 202

Linked Ring photographers 397

b Linzell, Frank 288

Lion House 114, Ill. 103

Lion Steam Printing Office 114

Lionel Denny House 275

Liquorpond Street 386

Lisle, Viscount 118, 119

Little Hell 12, 13, 189, 386

Little Italy 20

Little Northampton Street 300, 325

Little Sutton Alley 282

Little Sutton Dwellings 288, Ill. 400

Little Sutton Street 286

Little Swan Alley 282, Ill. 391

Liverpool Road 25

b Llewellyn (Walter) & Sons 202

a Llewellyn Smith & Partners 234

Lloyd, Frederick Giesler 369

Lloyd Baker estate 10, 19, 22, 27, 205, 240–1

Lloyd Baker Street 381

Lloyd Square 22

Lloyd's Row 68, 241

LMNT restaurant 326

Local Government Acts: 12 (1899), 396 (1929)

Local Government Management Board 198

Locatelli, John Baptiste 100

a Locher, Heidi 312

b Locker, Joseph 331

Loders well 4

lodging-houses 38, 92, 232, 248, 252, 363

London & County Bank 274, Ill. 381

London and India Docks Joint Committee 213

London & North Eastern Railway 367, 381, 398

London & Regional Property Fund Ltd 322

London and Westminster Improved (Gwynn) 359

London, Chatham & Dover Railway 363, 366

London City Mission 170

London College of Printing 179

London Co-operative Society 267

London Corresponding Society 95, 287

London County & Westminster Bank 403

London County Council (LCC) 12, 16, 103, 369, 381
-, Architect's Department 23, 61, 107, 215, 287, 327 (Housing Division); building conservation 113; building regulation and control 158, 162, 234, 255, 403; Clerkenwell Green clearance scheme 38, 54; Day Continuation Schools 179; Divisional Health Office 396; Education Department 64; Historic Buildings Sub-committee 311; industry 273; Middlesex House of Detention 65; Northampton Polytechnic Institute 316, 319; planning 18, 19, 92, 95, 107; poor relief 396; public housing 295, 303, 325–6 (see main entry on public housing for individual estates and buildings); Relief Office 396; roads and road widening 215, 287, 333; schools 61; slum clearance 123, 129, 138, 215; Stores Department 216; street-naming 342; Smithfield College of Food Technology 179; Smithfield Institute 179; Supplies Department 64; Valuer's Department 303, 326–7

London County Council (Improvements) Act (1900) 287

London District Unitarian Society 135

London House 81

London Infirmary for Curing Diseases of the Eye 264

London Institute 179

London Joint Stock Bank 312; St John Street branch 23, 222–3, Ills 294, 295

London Lesbian and Gay Centre 202

London Merchant Securities 241

London Metropolitan Cattle Market 205

London Mission Committee 135

London Patriotic Club 95

London Patriotic Society 109

London Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd's works 209, 221–2, 224, Ills 292, 293

London Regional Transport stores 365

London School Board seeSchool Board for London

London School Board Stores seeClerkenwell Workshops London Shadows189

London Shoeblack Brigades' and Cripple Boys' Repairing Centre 170

London Spaw 4, 55

London Squares Preservation Act (1931) 250

London Trustee Savings Bank 83

London Vacant Land Cultivation Society 215

Londonderry Mayfair Ltd 201

b Long, John Wilkinson 260–1

Lord Cobham p.h. 297

Loveday, Francis 42

a Lovell, William 80

Lovell & Christmas 158–9, 213, 223

b Lovell (Y. J.) & Son Ltd 328, 330

Lovett, William 91

a Low, George 221

Lower Northampton Street 299

a Lubetkin, Berthold 18, 24, 328, 333

b Lumb, John 322

Lumos & Co. 291

Lunt's Coffee House and Reading Rooms 91

b Lupton, Thomas 286

a Lyell (Michael) Associates 215

Lyons (J.) & Co. 136

M.

Maberly, John 9, 169

a McAslan (John) & Partners 320

a Macauley, Henry 325

McCann-Erickson 124, 137

McCarthy, Charles 391

c McCarthy, John 345

a MacCormac Jamieson Prichard 25

McCormick-Goodhart, Leander 159

b Macey, J. M. 369

s MacFarlane, Walter 309

Machen, Arthur 27

a Machin, Francis 200

b McIlwham, John 305, 307

a Mackmurdo, A. H. 23, 268

b McLaughlin & Harvey 346, 349

McSheehan, Michael 350–1, 391

b Maddison, W. J. 366

Madonna 399

Magnani & Valli 109

Magpye p.h. 91

Maguire, Ephraimia, memorial window to 51

Maguire, Rev. Robert 51, 284, 313; memorial window to 52

mahogany warehouse 74, 76–7, 83, Ill. 84

Maiden Lane 370

a MAK Architects 65

Malcolm, Gordon 26

Malcolm, James Peller (quoted) 8, 100

c Malcott, John 51, 53

Mallet, Peter Francis 36, 109, 133, 169

Mallory, Robert 216

Mallory Buildings 209, 215–6, Ills 279, 280

Malmaison London hotel 261

Malta Street 325–6

a Maltby, C. F. 399

Manchester Guardian 383

c Mander, Noel 51

Manhattan Loft Corporation 20

Mann, John 253

Mann, Tom 110

Mann, Crossman & Paulin 63

Manning, Archbishop 95, Ill. 102

Manningford Close 335

Manny, Sir Walter 6, 281

Manor House School 296

b Mansell Construction 320

Mansfield Place School 179

Maples (R.), Moffat & Son 369

Mappin & Webb 71

Mar, William 282

Marconi, Guglielmo 381

Marcus, David 265

Margaret Street 303

Margery Street 381

Margery Street Estate 24

Mark Street, Finsbury 370–1

Market House 202

Market Place 299

Market Street 299

markets seeBartholomew Fair; Cow Cross; Farringdon Market; Fleet Market; Metropolitan Cattle Market; Skin Market; Smithfield; street-trading and street markets

Markt & Co. 404

Marlborough, 1st Earl of 33

b Marples Ridgway Building Services 293

a Marrable, Frederick 386

Marriott's tenements 230

Marshall, Joseph 105

Marshall (William) & Co. 369

b Marshall-Andrew & Co. Ltd 321

Marshall, Sons & Co. 379

Martin Street 177

Martin, Leslie 326

a Martineau, E. H. 344, 353

Marvell, Andrew 186

Marx Memorial Committee 109

Marx Memorial Library 14, 17, 22, 95–6, 107–13, Ills 92, 95, 100, 121–5

Marx, Karl 109

Mary Tudor 118

Mason (E.) & Sons 292

Master's Lodge 259, Ills 357–8

Mather, William 369, 382

a Matthew, Robert 61

a Mathews, H. E. & E. D. J. 228

b Matthews, Thomas 347

Matthews, William Hooper 261

b Matthewson, Benjamin 241

a Matts, Malcolm Waverley 218

Mauleverer, Sir Halnath 32

Maurice (E.) & Co. 369

a Maurice Sanders Associates 162

Mawsons Rents 279

May & Co. Ltd 65

Mayhew, Robert 323

Mayhew, William (quoted) 189

Maynwaring, Dr Everard 34

Mead (Henry) & Sons 241

Meal Tub Plot 207

Mears, Thomas (bell-founder) 48

meat trades 10, 188, 205, 209, 213, 224; see also baconcuring; cold-stores and cold storage; slaughtering

Mediterranean Kitchen 347

a Medland & Powell 276

Melbourne and Ballarat Railway 366

Mendham, James 171

Menzies, John 162

Mercer's Company 66

Merchant Taylors' Company 390

Merchant Taylors' School 257 (headmaster's house), 258, 390

Mercy tending the blind children (sculpture) 80, Ill. 79

Meredith, Roger 109

c Merer, Mark 200

Meritcape Ltd 137

Merlin Street public baths 24

b Merritt & Ashby 350–1, 391

Merry Wives of Windsor, The272

Methodist Central Hall 135

Metropolis, Commissioners for Improving the 386

Metropolis Churches Fund 276

Metropolis Improvements, select committees on 360, 385–6

Metropolis Management Act (1855) 250

Metropolitan Association for Improving the Dwellings of the Industrious Classes 15, 369–70, 372

Metropolitan Board of Works 12, 94, 106, 363, 368, 395–6, 404
-, housing improvements 61–2; road improvements 190, 350–1, 385–7, 390–1, 394–6, 399; Works and General Purposes Committee 387

Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury, seeFinsbury Borough Council

Metropolitan Buildings Act (1844) 152

Metropolitan Cattle Market 12, 190

Metropolitan Construction Co. Ltd 163

Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association 94

Metropolitan Meat Market, seeSmithfield Market

Metropolitan Police Act (1829) 249

Metropolitan Public Gardens Association 181, 308

Metropolitan Railway 4, 12, 62, 68, 91, 183, 187, 202, 248, 264, 359, 361–71, 370, 380, Ills 338, 505–11, 546; goods station 364–5

Metropolitan Railway Warehousing Co. Ltd 367

Metropolitan Street Improvements Act (1872) 386

Metropolitan Tavern p.h. 369

Metropolitan Water Board offices 21, 24

Meux & Co. 269

mews, stables and coach-houses seestabling

a Michael Lyell Associates 215

a Michael Sierens Associates 396

Michell: John 166 (of Brympton); John (grandson) 180; Simon 9, 21, 90, 121, 128, 165–6, 173, 176–7, 180

Middle Level Sewer 386

Middlemore, Henry 148

Middlesex, county of 360

Middlesex, 1st Earl of 144

Middlesex House of Correction seeColdbath Fields Prison

Middlesex House of Detention 8, 14, 54, 56, 58, 64, 65 Ills 44–8

Middlesex Sessions House 8, 22, 93, 95, 96–104, 208, 360, 386, Ills 98, 104–14

Midland Railway 363

Midway House 335

a Milbourn, Thomas 23, 201

Mill p.h. 204

mills 7, 183, 198, 284, 293

b Mills, Thomas 307

a Milner & Craze 231

Ministries: Education 320; Health 17; Housing and Local Government 328; Works 107

b Miskin, C. 61

Mitcham 225, 395

Mitre Court 229

Mitton, G. E. 26

model dwellings 15, 61–2, 145, 279, 288–9, 300, 325, 353, 370–3, 387, 393

Modern Display Ltd 109, 112

Moline's patent iron sashes 367

Moll Flanders 204, 206

Monarch Building Society 289

Monarch Cycle Co. 369

Monck, General George 140

a Monkton, H. Percy 267

Monmouth, Duke of 119

Mono Pumps Ltd 80

Monro, Dr John 296

a Monson, E. C. P. 24, 326

Montagu, Ralph, Earl of 34

c Montford, Paul Raphael 317

Montgomery House 381

Moon p.h. 266

c Moore, Arthur Louis 52

Moore, Benjamin R., memorial window to 52

Moore, John (clockmaker) 37

Moore, Rev. John 37

Moore (John) & Sons' clock factory 37, 64, Ills 18, 19

Moorfields eye hospital 264

Moorgate Station 363, 365

Moorgreen House 335, Ill. 465

Mootham, John 197

s Moreland, Richard 317

Moreland Street 295fn., 331

Morgan, Frederick 332

Morgan, Richard 140

a Morgan & Branch 274

a Morgan (Guy) & Partners 255

Morning Herald 69

Morning Star 382

Morris, William 16–17, 95, 109, 381

c Morris (William) & Co. (Westminster) Ltd 52

Morton (C. & E.) 194

Morton, Jonas Alexander 401

a Moseley, William 56, 360

b Moss (William) & Sons Ltd 321

b Moss (William) Ltd 279

Motion, Andrew (brewer) 234

a Mottistone, Lord (John Seely) 131, 132, 159 see also Seely & Paget

Mount Pleasant 21, 365

Mount Pleasant sorting office 8, 16, 24

a Mountague, William 360

a Mountford, E. W. 24, 171, 195, 197, 317–20

Mountford House 171–2, 198, Ill. 212

b Mowlem (John) & Co. 62, 213, 370, 386

a MRA Architects 66

Mudford, William 69

a Muir, R. G. 238

Mulberry Court 303, 329–30, Ills 459–60

Mulberry Garden 55

Mulberry Place 312, 329

Müller, Henry Charles 310

Mumford: G. S. and(Peter) & Son 368

a Munkenbeck & Marshall 402

Munro, Dr Thomas 296

Munteni, Muriel de 42

Murdoch, John Gloag 369, 379

Murray, Michael 20

Murray (R. S.) & Co. 170, 194, 397; works Ill. 241

Murray mints 194

a Murray, Tattersall & Murray 344

Museum of London Archaeology Service 26

Muswell Hill 3, 41

Mutton Lane 91, 95

Myddelton Hotel 402

Myddelton Place 241

Myddelton Street 25, 239

a Mylne: Robert 22, 298; William Chadwell 22, 341

N.

Nag's Head tavern 96

Nairn (Michael) & Co. 24, 271

Nathan (Michael Henry) & Co. 369

National Bank 350–1

National Car Parks 374

National Centre for Social Research 311, 316

National College of Food Technology 179

National Penny Bank Co. Ltd 393–4

National Probation Service 241

National Society of Lithographic Artists & Engravers 394

Neale, Thomas 21, 263

a Neatby, W. J. 23, 268

Neidlinger (sewing-machine manufacturers) 285

Nelson Square, Southwark 304

Nelthorpe: James 257, 279; Sir Goddard 257

Nether World, The(Gissing) 13, 27 (quoted), 15

Neville, Sir John, seeLatimer

New Bridge Street 64, 359

New Church Hawe 243

New City of London Brewery Co. 270

New Clown p.h. 347, Ill. 268

New Crippleage 80, Ills 78, 79

New Gallery, Regent Street 397

New Hicks Hall 99

New Imperial Permanent Benefit Building Society 351

New Inn Farm 241

New Oxford Street 386

New Plan Books 112

New Prison 8, 54–5, 65, 74

New Prison Walk 54

New Red Lion p.h. 241

New River 4, 337, 341, 344, 355–6

New River Company 22, 337–8, 40; estate 10, 19, 205, 240–1; estate management 299; reservoir, Hampstead Road 362; water mains 379; Woods Close 295, 297–8, 304

New River Co. Ltd 241

New River Head 297

New Road 7, 204, 338

New Statesman 382

New Tunbridge Wells 4, 55

New Vitruvius Britannicus 101

Newcastle, Dukes of 42, 148; 1st Duke of (William Cavendish) 8, 32–3; Margaret, Duchess of ('Mad Madge') 33, 44

Newcastle House 10, 21, 32–4, 133, Ill. 10

Newcastle Place 36–7, 66, 304, Ills 14, 17, 65

Newcastle Row 37, 67, Ill. 16

Newgate Market 205

Newgate Prison 55, 206

Newington, Sessions House 103

a Newman Levinson & Partners 267

Newsroom, the 378, 382

a Newton, Ernest 22

a Newton, Harry Isaac 238

Newton, Dr James (senior andjunior) 296

Newton, John (cork manufacturer) 214

b Nicholl, Andrew 286

Nichols, John 151

c Nicholson, Archibald K. 134

Nicholson, J. & W. 76, 78–9, 218–20

a Nicholson (Sir Charles), Rushton & Smith 201

Nicholsons' Distillery 22, 218–21, Ills 73, 77, 287–90

b Nightingale, B. E. 353

Nineteenth Century Building Society 223

Nisbett, Thomas 13, 189

Noah's Ark p.h. 75–6, 79

a Noble, James 22, 74, 76, 82–3, 85, 221

c Nollekens, Joseph 100

Norfolk: 3rd Duke of 32; 4th Duke of 243–4

a Norris, Richard 250

b Norris, William 266

North, Edward, 1st Baron 243, 281

North, John (publican) 348

North, Hon. John 119

b North, William 331

a North, Robin & Wilsdon 313

Northampton, Earls and Marquesses of 92, 295 1st Earl 295; 2nd Earl 295; 3rd Earl 8, 296; 4th Earl 8, 296; 8th Earl 297; 9th Earl 297–8; 3rd Marquess 313, 325, Marchioness 284; 4th Marquess, 317; 5th Marquess 287, 300, 302–03, 313, 317, commemorative plaque to 300; 6th Marquess 303

Northampton Buildings Ill. 291

Northampton College of Advanced Technology 238, 316

Northampton Court 297

Northampton estate 8, 10, 15, 18, 68, 70–1, 205, 232, Chapter XI passim, 380; estate office 302, 310; sale 303

Northampton Field 295, 300

Northampton House 296, 299, 311, 313–14, Ill. 411

Northampton Institute 15, 24, 238, 239, 295, 300, 311, 316–20, Ills 423, 433–9

Northampton Place, Goswell Road 297

Northampton Place, St John Street, 237

Northampton Plating Works 239

Northampton Polytechnic 240

Northampton Polytechnic Institute 316

Northampton Road 24 (Temple Press building)

Northampton Square 22, 37, 295, 298–9, 303, 304–11; Ills 415–23
-, original development 304–8; Nos 8–18 (dem.) Ill. 415; Nos 18–21 Ills 416–7; Nos 19 and 20 310–1; Nos 19–21 Ill. 419; No. 21 310, Ill. 419; No. 26 310, Ills 421–22; Nos 26–34 Ill. 418; No. 30 310; Nos 35–36 (former British Horological Institute) 308, 311; garden 302, 308–9, Ills 423–4; see also City University

Northampton Street (now Agdon Street, q. v.) 238, 296, 299

Northampton Tabernacle 14

Northburgh Street 282
-, Nos 9–11, 13–17 293
-, Nos 2–4 (dem.) 288; Nos 2–6 292; No. 8 289, 293; No. 10 289, 293, Ill. 402; No. 20 293

North's Court 119, 122

Northumberland, 1st Duke of 96, 100, 109

Northumberland Arms p.h. 91, 109

Northumberland Court 297

Northumberland Place 297, 322

b Norwest Holst 349

c Noterman, Alphonse 51

Notting, William 70; Ltd 70–1

Nottingham, Countess of 263

a Nugent (Thomas) Architects 199

a Nunn, W. 114

Nuns' Hall 30, 32, 34, 36

O.

Oak Room, New River Head 21, 24

Oates, Titus 148, 207

a Obermeister, L. 69

Observatory, the 66

Observer, The382, 384

Oertling, Ludwig 194, 198

office buildings 19, 66, 104, 135, 161–3, 171–3, 197–8, 215, 234, 237, 241, 257, 267, 273, 367–70

Office of Works 24, 158

O'Gorman (W. H.) Ltd 202

Old Bailey 207, 360

Old Baptist's Head p.h. (formerly Sir Thomas Forster's house) 144, 156, 161, 214, Ills 176, 190, 191, 222, 258

Old Gate p.h. 149

Old Jerusalem Tavern p.h., No. 27 St John's Square 154

Old Jerusalem Tavern p.h., St John's Gate 149, 153, 156

Old Red Lion p.h. 239, 337, 347–8, Ills 269, 484, 486

Old Sessions House 104

Oliver family (cycle dealers) 62

Oliver, John 293

Oliver, William 81, 83

Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre 321

Oliver Twist 26

Oppenheimer (S.) & Co. 223

Oppermans (gear cutters) 17

organs 51, 128

Orion City 274

Orrin & Geer 368–9

Orsett, Essex 337

e Ove Arup & Partners 328

Overland Group 172

Overton, Henry 247

Owen, Alice: 8, 337, 348
-, estate 241, Chapter XII passim; monument to 343–5, Ill. 478; statue 343–5, Ill. 478; see also Dame Alice Owen Foundation, etc.

Owen, Thomas 337

Owen Street 337, 344, 349–50, 356–7, Ills 477, 489 Nos 1–5 349; Nos 6 and 7 357

Owen's Court 355

Owen's Fields 337, 346, 357

Owen's Place 341

Owen's Row 22, 338, 339, 341, 345 (Nos 6–13), 346–7 (No. 1); 355–6, Ills 476, 501, 502

Oxford Arms p.h. 63

Oxford Street 216, 386, 396

P.

Packington's (Lady Ann) School 264

Paddington Station 362

Page, Samuel 341

Paget, Helen Augusta, memorial window to 51

a Paget, Paul 131 see also Seely & Paget

Paget Street 338, 342, 354, Ills 497, 498 (Nos 24–25)

Paine, Tom 348

Palace Gate, Kensington (No. 8) 68

Palmer, Sir Anthony 34

Palmer, William 105

Palmer & Co. (tyre manufacturers) 229

Palmer (John) & Co. (meat traders) 268

a Pamphilon, Walter 170

c Papworth, John 96, 100

Paramount House 238, Ill. 286

Pardon Chapel 281, Ill. 389

Pardon Churchyard 286

Pardon Passage 286, 386, 402

Pardon Street 234, 282, 293 (No. 1)

Parham, Sussex 253

Parker, Rev. C. J., memorial window to 52

Parker, Edward Richard 228–9

b Parker (George) & Sons 237

Parker Morris standards 303–4

Parkes Building 312

Parlophone records 404

a Parnell, C. J. 274

Parr, Katherine 8, 244, 255

a Parr, Samuel 393

Parr, William 244

Parris, E. T. 186

Parry, Arthur 309

Parsons, Samuel 281

Partington, Thomas Walley 297

Partridge, Elizabeth, monument to 52

a Partridge, John 326

Partridge Court 327

Passing Alley 143, 159, Ill. 196

a Patel Taylor 353

b Patman & Fotheringham Ltd 320, 383, 394

Pattern House 218

Patterson, Frederick 252

Patterson's Hotel 252

a Paul, J. S. 50, 51, 53; & Sons 51

Paulden, Thomas 278

b Paull, Henry 308

a Paxton, Richard 312

a Paxton Locher Architects 104

Peabody Estate 61–2, 368, Ill. 56

Peabody Terrace 62

Peabody Trust 15, 61–2, 370

Pear Tree Court 15, 34, 38, 62, 370, Ill. 12 Peabody Estate 61–2, 368, Ill. 56

Pearce's Dining & Refreshment Rooms 402

Pearce's Dining Rooms Ltd 369

Pearman, Hugh (quoted) 368

Pearson, Charles 362

Pearson, Hon. Clive 253

Peasant p.h. 239, Ill. 325

a Peebles, Alexander 238

Peel Court 145, 161

Peel Court meeting-house 14, 145, 161, Ill. 199

Peel Institute 104, 109, 161, Ill. 199

Peel Yard 279

Pegram Walters Associates 333

Pelham family (Dukes of Newcastle) 148

a Penn, Colin 382

Pennaliggan, George 113

Pennant, Thomas 108

Penny Bank Buildings seePennybank Chambers

Penny Black p.h. 379

Pennybank Chambers 393–4, Ills 559–61

Penson, George 224

Penton, Henry: (d. 1715) monument to 53, Ill. 40; (d. 1812) 10, 338; (d. 1882) memorial window to 52

Penton estate 21, 40

Penton Street 24

Pentonville 10, 24, 298, 338, 370

Pentonville Chapel 14, 22

Pentonville Charity School 14

Pentonville Prison 56

Pentonville Road 24, 241

Pentonville Sunday school 14

People's Press Printing Society 382, 383

Pepusch, J. C. 139

Pepys, Sir Charles 74

Perceval, Spencer 297, 299

Percival Estate Improvement Scheme 303, 326

Percival (formerly Perceval) Street 18, 237, 241, 299, 300, 303, 309, 326

Percival Street Estate 303, 325–8, Ills 449–51, 453–5

Percy Arms p.h. 22

Percy Circus 22, 27

a Percy, Tubbs, Son & Duncan 231

a Perkins, Cecil H. 83

Perks, Robert William 271

Permanent Bronzing and Restoring Syndicate Ltd 233

a Perry, Ebenezer 50, 331

a Perry, J. Taverner 285

b Perry Brothers 241, 292, 293

Perry Gardner & Co. 229, 392

Pershore, Abbot of 244

Persimmon Homes 61, 171, 198

b Pescod, John 36, 65

Peter Benenson House 24

Peter Street 361

e Peter Thom Associates 274

a Peter Tigg Partnership 66

Peter's Lane 184, 189–90, 192, 199–200, 213 (No. 22), Ills 232, 238, 252

Pevsner, Sir Nikolaus 313 (quoted), 316

Pfeil, Stedall & Son 215

Phelps, Samuel 353

b Phelps (T. W.) & Bisiker (T.) 372

b Phillips, Samuel 177

s Phillips, William & Thomas 228

Phillips & Co. (grocers) 402

Phillips' Patent Girder System 228

Physician's House, Charterhouse 259, Ill. 357–8

Picasso, Pablo 112

Piccadilly 216

Pickax Street 272

Pickburn, James Thomas 26, 285

b Pickering & Son 312

Pickford & Co. 279

Pickt Hatch 272

a Piercy Connor Architects 326

Pierpont, William 238

Pigott, Rev. Solomon 309

Pinchbeck, Christopher 9, 178

b Pinder, Daniel 266

Pinks, William 25–6; quoted 53, 161, 169

Pioneer House 237

b Piper, T. & W. T. 103

Pissing Alley 143

b Pitcher Construction Co. 312, 322

b Pitts, Matthew 367

Plaistow 342

a Platt, M. 293

Plowden Report 295, 324

Plowman's Rents 197

c Plows, William 375

a Plumbe, Rowland 23, 369, 375, 379; & Partners 68

Plumptre or Plumtree, Henry 263

Pocock, Joseph 341

a Pocock, William Fuller 342–3, 347

Poirot, Hercule 255

Pole, Cardinal 118, 127

Poll Tax revolt (1381) 117, 147

Pollard, Edward 216

Pollard, George 127

Pollard (E.) & Co. Ltd 24, 216–8, 234, 393, 401 shopfitting works 215, 216–8, Ills 281–4

Pollard Group 216

a Pollard Thomas & Edwards 84, 316

Pollards Fyrespan 216

c Pomeroy, F. W. 197

Poole, Matthew 148

Poole, William 332

Poor Relief Act (1722–3) 187

Pope, Sir Thomas 32

Poplar District Board of Works 106

Port of London Authority 213

a Porter, Thomas 79

Portland Place 299

Post Office 16, 58, 161, 279, 293

Powell, Charles 406

Powell & Moya 327

c Powell (James) & Sons 51, 134, 156

a Powell-Tuck, Connor & Orefelt 202

a Pownall, Frederick Hyde 57, 102–3

Pratt, William (ropemaker) 127

prefabs 328

Prince's Street 299, 325

Princelet Street, Spitalfields 165

a Pringle, Gordon 401

Pringle (Robert) & Sons 292, 400

printing 10, 16, 92, 109, 122, 139, 145, 148–51, 193, 248, 310, 379, 382–4, 403

Priory Fields House 273

Priory Green Estate 18, 24

Priory Hotel 232

Priory House, St John's Lane 19, 159, 162–3, Ill. 202

Priory House, Sans Walk 66

b Pritchard, G. S. 68

Pritchard & Burton 368

prostitution 13, 185, 266, 370

Public Carriage Office 24

public gardens and open spaces 18, 179–80, 308–9

public houses, inns and taverns 7, 91, 106, 114, 135–6, 138, 144, 149, 161, 195, 204, 209, 233, 347–8, 399, 406

public housing:
-, Corporation of London 370–2
-, Finsbury Borough Council 15–16, 295, 303, 325
-, Greater London Council 303–4
-, London Borough of Islington 18, 74, 303–4, 325, 327, 329, 354
-, London County Council 295, 303, 325–6
-, individual estates and buildings see: Mallory
-, Buildings; Brunswick Estate; Corporation Buildings; Earlstoke Estate; Percival Street Estate; Rawstorne Place, Nos 5–11; Rawstorne Street, Nos 41 and42; Southwood Court; Woodbridge Street, Nos 12, 18–28 see also model dwellings

Public Works of Art Project 112–3

Pugh Brothers Ltd 322

Pullin, John 283–4, 286

Pullin, Samuel 283

Pulteney estate (Bath and London) 304

Pump Yard 279

Purser, W. S. 404

a Purslow, Christopher 107

Putterill, William Robinson 379–80

Pye (William) & Sons 63

Pym, William 296, 322

Q.

Quaker School 338, 341–2, Ills 472–3

Quaker Workhouse 54–5, 338

Quakers seeSociety of Friends

Quality Chop House 379, Ills 539–40

Queen Boadicea p.h. 241

Queen of Hungary p.h. 338

Queen of Hungary's Head p.h. 338

Queen Street 299–300, 325

Queen's Head p.h. 91

Quelch: Harry 109, 112; Tom 109

Quill House 305

Quinn, Marc 66

R.

radicalism 95–6

Radwell 4

a Raglan Squire & Partners 135

c Ramsden, Omar 197

Ramsey (S.) & Co. Ltd 312, 326–7

Ransome's Dock Ltd 196, 200

Rapier Design Ltd 198

Rasmussen Webb & Co. 237

Rawlstock Investments Ltd 303

b Rawstorne, Thomas 340–1, 346, 351, 355

Rawstorne Buildings 339

Rawstorne Place 19, 339, 346, 353–4 No. 1 (The Barn) 338, 354, Ill. 496; Nos 5–11 354

Rawstorne Street 10, 22, 241, 338, 342, 351–3, Ills 492–5

Ray Street 16, 67, 361, 363–4, 368, 371, 384
-, Ray Street Bridge 364
-, Nos 1–7 16, 23, 369, 378–9, Ills 533–5

Rayment (W.) & Co. 175

Read, Thomas Richard 307, 309

Red Bull Theatre 8, 74

Red Bull Yard 78, 83

Red Cow p.h. 266, 267

Red Cross 159

Red House, the 394–6

Red Lettice p.h. 266

Red Lion alehouse, Red Lion Street 169, 175

Red Lion Alley 186

Red Lion & French Horn p.h. 175

Red Lion & Punchbowl p.h. 402

Red Lion Court 266

Red Lion Distillery 19, 170, 171, 197, 396, Ill. 571

Red Lion inn, Aldersgate Street 271 Ill. 376

Red Lion Mews 169, 170

Red Lion p.h., Charterhouse Lane 266

Red Lion p.h., Clerkenwell Green 91

Red Lion p.h., later Old Red Lion 347–8

Red Lion p.h., Turnmill Street 195, 202

Red Lion Street (now Britton Street, q.v.) 9, 14, 128, 165, 360

Red Lion Tavern, Red Lion Street 165, 169, 171, 396

Red Lion Yard 167, 270, Ill. 376

Red Star Coffee and Cocoa House 114, Ill. 127

c Reddall & Ashby 50

a Reddick, John 279

Redhouse (George) & Son 287

Reform League 95, Ill. 101

Regalian Properties 255

Reid & Co. (brewers) 152

a Renton Howard Wood Associates 335

a Renton Howard Wood Levin Partnership (RHWL) 25, 261, 327–8, 335

Retreat, the (York) 342

Reuters 293

Revels, Office of 118, 127, 148

Reverend Gentleman, a(novel) 27

Revolution in Tanner's Lane, The(Rutherford) 26

a Rew, C. H. 311

Reward of Cruelty, The(Hogarth) 206

Reynolds, Elizabeth 283

a Rhead, George Woolloscroft 51

a RHWL, seeRenton Howard Wood Levin Partnership

Riceyman Steps (Bennett) 27

Richardson, William (preacher) 127–8

Richbell, Richard 67

riding school (proposed) 33

Rights of Man, The348

Riley, Harold 18

Rising Sun Alley 230

Rissen, John 114

Ritchie (M. C.) Ltd 68

Rivera, Diego 112

Rivington, John 122

b Rixon, Frederick 312

Robbard, John 199

Robbins Report 316

Robert the chaplain 89

Roberts, Henry (architect) 371

Roberts, Richard William 68–9

Roberts, Samuel Edwin 92

b Roberts (C. P.) & Co. 233

Roberts Brothers (victuallers) 269

Roberts Court, 62

Roberts Place 62, 68–9

Roberts (John) Press 92

Robinson & Fisher Ltd 312

Robinson (William) & Son 209

a Robson, E. R. 14, 23, 68, 178, 324

Robson, T. C. 368–9, 378

Rodbard, John 199

Rodgers, Rev. John 277

Rodney Street 360

Roebuck tavern 186

Rogers, Prebendary John 315

a Rogers, Thomas 22, 44, 55, 96–101, 207–8

Rogers, Rev. William 14; quoted 275, 276, 277, 278

Rookery, The 196, 199, Ills 252, 254

rope-walks 282–3

Roscoe & Howard 274

Rose, Rev. John Henry 51

Rose, Philip andJack 162

Rose Alley 13, 189–90

Rose inn, Turnmill Street 184

Rose p.h., St John Street 204

Rose and Crown p.h. 266

Rosebery Avenue 13, 23, 25, 241, 359, 379, 381

Rosebery Hall 25

Rosemary School 57, 61, Ill. 55

Rosenbaum, Henry 170

Rosoman Street watch-house 12

Ross, John (explorer) 197

c Rossi, John Charles Felix 100

b Rossington, John 120

Rothstein, Andrew 343

Rouault, Georges 112

Roubiliac, Louis-Francois 53

Round Court 187

Rowe, Sir Thomas, JP 54

Rowlandson, Thomas 100

Rowley Parkes (A. H.) & Co. 177

Royal Commission on Housing of the Working Classes 16, 286–8, 295, 300, 308

Royal Commission on Metropolitan Termini 362

Royal Fine Art Commission 162–3, 406

Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital 248, 253

Royal Photographic Society 397

Rufford, Nicholas 322

Ruffords Buildings 322

'Ruins, The' (Farringdon Road) 370, Ill. 515

'Rules of Fleet' 185

Russell, Rev. John 257

Russell, William, Lord 207

Rust, William 383

Ruth Potter House 279

Rutherford, Mark 26

Rutland Court, Charterhouse Square 249

Rutland Court, Glasshouse Yard 279

Rutland House 8, 244, 245, 257, 278–9

Rutland Place 257

Rydon, Henry 241

Rydon Crescent 241

Rye House Plot 207

S.

Sabian House 201

Sacheverell riots 128

Sackville, Isabella, monument to 42, 52

Sadler Street housing scheme 18

Sadler's Wells 4, 20, 25, 241, 338

Saffron Hill 21, 369 (No. 39); Liberty of 371

s Sage (Frederick) & Co. Ltd 231

Sainsbury, Mark 403

Sainsbury's, Liverpool Road 25

St Albans 404

St Andrew, Holborn, parish of 3

St Bartholomew's priory and hospital 6, 205

St Bartholomew's Hospital 209, 248, 258, 261, 266, 289 cardiac and cancer research centre 391; Medical College 275, 286, 390, 391, 392

St Bartholomew-the-Great, rectory 258

St Botolph without Aldersgate 7, 278; charity school 271; vicarage 255

St Bride Street 69

St Catherine's RC Primary School, Herbal Hill 325

St David's School for Girls, Ashford, Middlesex 107

St George's Circus 359

St George's Court 9, 178

St George's Fields 45

St James's Church 6, 12, 22, 39–54, 299, 309, Ills 16, 21–42, 92, 98, 118. 120, 584; churchyard 38, 54, 93

St James's Church, Pentonville 14, 22

St James's Garden 38, 41, 54

St James's Row 37, Ill. 15 (Nos 3–5)

St James's Street 37

St James's Walk 54, 55, 80, Ills 78, 79

St John, Order of:
-, Knights Hospitallers 5, 6, 7, 89, 115, 116, 118, 125, 126, 134, 143, 183, 205, 337; modern English order 124, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 143, 151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 162–3

St John Ambulance Association and Brigade 158, 160

St John Court (St Paul's Square) 220, 221

St John of Jerusalem, priory of 5–6, 89, 115–18, 143, 165, 193, 205, 216, 281, Ills 129–33
-, bell-tower 117, 126, 127; brewhouse and bakehouse 89; Edmund Tilney's mansion Ill. 130; Great Barn 118; Great Chamber 117, 118, 119, 121, 137, 138, Ills 130, 134 (undercroft); Great Gatehouse Ill. 131; Great Hall 118, 119, 138, Ill. 130; Great Stair 117; long entry 117, 139; postern gate 117, 138, 139; Prior's Hall 117, 118, Ills 130, 133; priory church 116, 117, 118, 119, 125–6, Ills 130, 132–3; yeomen's dormitory 119

St John of Jerusalem p.h. 233

St John restaurant 225

St John Street 7, 10, 16, 22, 121, 127, 143, 144–5, Chapter VIII, 282, 299, 337, 338, 341, 346–8, 360, 386, 390, 399, 402, Ills 256–330, 480–5
-, naming and numbering 203, 239; widening 123, 129, 215
-, Hicks' Hall 96, 100, 101, 203, 204, 206–8, Ills 261–2
-, West Side: Connaught Building 240, 320; Mallory Buildings 209, 215–6, Ill. 279; West Smithfield Cold Air Stores 213, Ill. 276
-, No. 1 23, 209, Ill. 274; Nos 3–5 209, Ills 274, 275; Nos 7–9 209, Ill. 274; Nos 11–33 213; No. 55 (Tompion House) 213; No. 57 (White Bear p.h.) 213, Ill. 264; No. 59 213; Nos 65–67 (dem.) 161; Nos 65–67 213; Nos 75–77 160; Nos 81–87 160; Nos 89 and 91 213; No. 99 (former Horns p.h.) 213, Ill. 265; Nos 115–121 215–6, Ill. 279; Nos 145–157 215; Nos 159–173 (Pollards' shopfitting works) 24, 215, 216–8, Ills 281–4; Nos 175–179 218; Nos 181–185 218; Nos 187–189 220, 221; Nos 191–197 220, 221; Nos 199–205 (Nicholsons' Distillery) 22, 77, 218–21, Ills 73, 77, 287–90; Nos 213–219 (Sekforde Court) 218; No. 221 (former Golden Anchor p.h.) 218; Nos 223–227 (Pattern House) 218, Ills 285, 291; Nos 231–243 240, Ill. 291; No. 303 (Coach and Horses p.h.) 39, Ill. 267; Nos 313–345 241, Ill. 327; Nos 347–351 240–1, Ill. 328; Nos 353–363 241, Ills 328, 329; No. 365 241; Nos 367–371 241, Ill. 329; Nos 377–379 241; Nos 381–399 241; No. 399 Ill. 330
-, East Side: Allied House 234; Brewery Square 25, 237; Brewhouse Yard 19, 25, 234–5 (No. 16), 237, 289, Ills 271, 273, 319; Hermitage Place 338, 341, 347, Ill. 482; League Bread Co.'s bakery 237, 238, Ill. 321; London Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd's works 209, 221–2, 224, Ills 292, 293; Northampton House 296, 299, 311, 313–14, Ill. 411; see also College Building (former Northampton Institute) andSmithfield Martyrs' Memorial Church
-, Nos 2–6 (London Joint Stock Bank) 23, 221, 222–3, Ills 274, 294, 295; No. 16 (former Cross Keys p.h.) 223, Ills 263, 296; Nos 18–20 23, 223, Ill. 296; No. 22 224, Ills 296–8; No. 24 224, Ill. 296; No. 26 224–5, Ill. 296; Nos 28–36 (Farmiloes) 23, 225–8, Ills 299–303; Nos 38–40 228–9, Ill. 299; Nos 42–46 (with Smokehouse Yard) 228–9, Ills 299, 304, 305; Nos 48–76 229; No. 78 229, Ills 306, 308; No. 80 229–30, Ills 307, 308; Nos 82 and 84 230–1, Ills 307–9; No. 86 231, Ill. 307; No. 88 231; Nos 90–92 and 94–100 (dem.) 231, Ill. 310; Nos 102–106 392, Ill. 558; Nos 116–118 402; Nos 120–130 232; Nos 132–136 (Thessco House) 233; No. 138 233; Nos 140–142 233, 289; No. 144 233, Ill. 312; No. 146 (former Hoop and Adze p.h.) 233; Nos 148–154 234; Nos 148–176 (Cannon Brewery) 233–7, Ills 313–20; No. 178–180 237; Nos 182–204 237, Ill. 322; Nos 206–212 (Paramount House) 238, Ill. 286; Nos 214–222 (Walmsley Building) 238, Ills 323, 324; Nos 224–232 238; Nos 238–240 (The Peasant, formerly George and Dragon, p.h.,) 238–9, Ills 266, 325; Nos 242–244 239; Nos 246–252 (College Heights) 241; No. 292 (Queen Boadicea p.h.) 241; Nos 296–300 346; Nos 302–308 (St John's Mansions) 346; Nos 310–326 346, Ill. 480; Nos 328–338 346; Nos 340–348 (dem.) Ill. 481; Nos 346–354 346; No. 360 (former Empress of Russia p.h.) 347, 356, Ill. 270; No. 370 (former New Clown p.h.) 347, Ill. 268; Nos 372–390 seeHermitage Place; No. 392 345; Nos 394–416 347, Ill. 482; No. 418 (Old Red Lion p.h.) 239, 347–8, Ills 269, 484, 486; Nos 418–424 Ill. 486; No. 420 Ill. 485; No. 424 348; Nos 426–428 350–1, Ill. 491

St John Street Road 203, 239, 337

St John's Ambulance Association & Brigade 133

St John's Buildings 394, Ill. 554

St John's Church 13, 21, 52, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 124–34, 159, 167, Ills 141, 146–58
-, burial ground 179–80; churchyard 128, 129, 215; Docwra's chapel 126, 127, 129, Ill. 143; parish officers 188; rectory 128, 176–7

St John's Church, Upper Edmonton 277

St John's Court 8, 118–22, Ill. 135

St John's Gardens 25, 172, 179–81, 197, Ills 210, 227

St John's Gate 6, 10, 21, 22, 24, 124, 143, 145, 147–59, 160, 162–3, Ills 160, 176–87

St John's Gate Coffee House 149

St John's Gate Tavern 149, 154

'St John's ground' 89, 91

St John's Hospital 151

St John's Lane 8, 10, 16, 25, 115, 116, 143–7, 158, 159–63, 225
-, Bailiff of Eagle's House 143–4, 145, Ill. 175; Berkeley House 144, 145, Ills 175, 178; Dundee Buildings 145; Exchange Place 162–3, Ill. 200; Knights Quarter 162; Old Baptist's Head p.h. (formerly Sir Thomas Forster's house) 144, 156, 161, Ills 176, 190, 191, 214, 222, 258; Peel Court meeting-house (later Peel Institute) 145, 161, Ill. 199; Sir Thomas Forster's house 156, 214
-, No. 1 (Exchange Place) 162–3, Ill. 200; Nos 5–8 162; No. 14 (Knights Quarter) 162; No. 16 (dem.) 145; No. 16 162, Ill. 201; Nos 22–24 (Priory House) 19, 159, 162–3, Ill. 202; No. 27 (dem.) 145; No. 27 159, Ills 196–8; Nos 28–29 160, Ill. 197; No. 30 seeOld Baptist's Head p.h.; No. 31 (dem.) 145, 161, Ill. 222; Nos 31–34 (dem.) 145; No. 33 (Watchmaker Court) 161, 213; No. 35 159; Nos 36–37 159

St John's Lane Elementary School 178

St John's Mansions 346

St John's Masonic Lodge of United Strength 153

St John's Meadow 281

St John's Methodist Church, Amersham 135

St John's Path, formerly Passage 176

St John's Place 122
-, No. 2 136, Ill. 163

St John's priory seeSt John of Jerusalem, priory of

St John's Row 357

St John's Square 10, 13, 16, 115–39, 162, Ills 128, 137, 141, 146, 386
-, Ailesbury Chapel 107, 119, 120, 127–8; Bear p.h. 135–6; Burnet House 119, 122, 386; Coach and Horses p.h. 24, 135–6; Finsbury Savings Bank 138; Free-thinking Christians' meeting-house 14, 135; Gilbert & Rivington's printing works 136, 386, 394; Methodist Central Hall 135; North's Court 119, 122; St John's Tavern 138; Wesleyan chapel 122, 135, 386; Wilkes's distillery 96, 120, 122, 136; see also St John's Church
-, No. 1 (Gate House) 135, Ill. 162; No. 2 135; No. 5 136, Ill. 163; Nos 6–8 (Knight's Court) 136; No. 12 136, 177; Nos 14–17 136, 177; Nos 15–16 Ill. 139; Nos 18–26 seePriory House, St John's Lane; No. 27 24, 149, 154, Ill. 188; Nos 28–30 136; No. 31 136; Nos 33–35 (Pennybank Chambers) 393, Ills 559–61; Nos 36–36A 136; No. 37 132; No. 40 132; Nos 42–46 136–7, Ill. 146; No. 47 22, 118, 121, 137–8 Ills 131, 134, 166; No. 48 118, 138, Ill. 166; Nos 49–52 118, 119, 138–9, Ill. 167; Nos 51–52 119, 138–9; Nos 53–54 124

St John's Tavern 138

St Luke's, Finsbury: parish 3, 16; Vestry 287

St Mark's Church, Dalston 313

St Mark's Church, Myddelton Square 14, 22

St Mary's Charterhouse Church 276; vicarage 277, 390

St Mary's Church, Islington 343, 345

St Mary's Close 54, 74

St Mary's nunnery 5–6, 26, 29–32, 74, 89, 115, 205, 295, Ill. 6
-, church seeSt James's Church; cloister 30–1; gatehouse 67, 108; Nuns' Hall 30, 32, 34, 36, Ills 7, 8

St Michael's Church, Cricklewood 277

s St Pancras Iron Co. 398

St Pancras Station 363

St Paul's Buildings 288

St Paul's Church, Peartree Street 284

St Paul's Church and School, Allen Street (proposed) 284, Ill. 392

St Paul's Church Institute 285

St Paul's Square 220

St Peter's Brewery, Suffolk 176

St Peter's Church, St John Street seeSmithfield Martyrs' Memorial Church

St Peter's Church and Schools, Great Saffron Hill 363

St Philip's Church 14, 22

St Sepulchre Without, parish of 7, 180, 183, 185, Ill. 229
-, Paving Commission 207; vestry room 23, 266, 269; schools 264; workhouse 187

St Silas's Church 14, 22

St Thomas's Charterhouse Church 14, 22, 275–7, Ills 384–5
-, schools 275–7, 334; vicarage 255, 277, 390

SS Peter & Paul RC Church 22

SS Peter & Paul RC (formerly Compton Street) Primary School 285, 324–5, 328, Ills 446–7

Salaman, Myer andNathan 267

Sales, Pollard, Lloyd & Co. 369

Salmon & Gluckstein Ltd 390, 396

Salvation Army 351; International Trade Headquarters 404, Ill. 581

Samuel Lewis Housing Trust 136

e Samuely (Felix J.) & Partners 329

c Sanders, John James 53

Sandes, Anthonie andSir Thomas 33

Sandon, Alfred George andRobert Frederick 369

Sans Walk 65–6, 81, 84, 85; see also Hugh Myddelton School

b Sansom, Samuel 368

Saunders, Edward (paper-bag manufacturer) 293

Saunders, John Cunningham 264

a Saunders, Thomas seeThomas Saunders Partnership

a Saunders (Edward) & Son 354

'Sausage King' (William Harris) 192, 209

b Savage, James 307

Savill (Alfred) & Sons 338

Savory, (Sir) William Scovell 258

a Saxon Snell (H.) & Son 394

Saxton, Christopher 73, 206

Scantlebury, Charles 310

b Scarlet & Elmer 65

Schnebbelie, R. B. 161

Scholl, F. J. 237

Scholl Manufacturing Co. 237, 238

School Architecture (E. R. Robson) 14–15

School Board Chronicle 193

School Board for London 15, 22, 277, 285, 288
-, Stores Department 58, 64–5; see also Bowling
-, Green Lane School; Compton Street School; Eagle
-, Court School; Hugh Myddelton School

School House Lane 78

School of Social Sciences (City University) 240, Ill. 272

b Schooley (R.) & Son 202

Schoolhouse Yard 282

schools 14–15, 22, 57–61, 68, 80, 107–9, 122, 128, 178–9, 267, 277, 284–5, 296–7, 324–5, 341–6, 368

Schools Enquiry Commission (1864–8) 344

Schrader, J. H. 267

Scientific Toy & General Novelty Co. 192

Scofield, James 188

Scotswood Street 37

a Scott: C. M. Oldrid 134, 154, 156; John Oldrid 128, 129, 147, 148, 154–8; & Son 154, 156, 157

Scott, John (brickmaker) 310

Scott, John (building society director) 351

Scott House 83

b Scrivener & White 200, 265

b Scrivenor, William 291, 293

sculpture and relief carving 80, 100, 103, 108, 114, 129, 133–4, 156, 209, 221, 223, 228, 234, 314, 317, 320, 327, 344–5, 375, 399

Seabrook, John 310

c Seale, John Wesley 228

a Searle & Searle 333

a Searles-Wood seeAppleton

Sebastian, Lewis 307

Sebastian House 312, Ill. 426

Sebastian Street 297, 299, 303, 305–8
-, No. 1 312; Nos 2–4 (Sebastian House) 304, 312, Ill. 423; No. 11 Ill. 417; No. 12 309, 310, Ills 416–7, 419–20; Nos 13 and 14 310; Nos 14 and 15 312; Nos 17–19 312, Ill. 427; Nos 22–24 Ill. 417

Seckford: Charles, Dorothy, Elizabeth, Henry, John Gibbon andMary (Lady Cage) 73; Sir Henry 118; Dame Rebecca 89, 119; Sir Thomas 54, 55, 73, 74, 84, 165, 206

Seckford Charity 57, 73, 78, 218, 220, 221

Seckford estate 8, 10, 19, 22, Chapter II passim, 205

Seckford Foundation 73

Seckford Hall, Suffolk 73

Seckford Hospital, Woodbridge 73

a Sedding, J. D. 22

a Seely & Paget 131, 132, 134, 159, 162, 257

a Seifert, Richard 381; & Partners 135, 279, 292, 400

a Seifert Group 367

Sekforde Arms p.h. 76, 80

Sekforde Court 218

Sekforde Street 15, 74, 80–3, Ill. 286
-, London House 81; mahogany warehouse 74, 76–7, 83, Ill. 84; Scott House 83; Yeoman House 81
-, Nos 1–7 80; No. 14 85, Ill. 89; No. 8 77, 81; Nos 15–18 Ill. 81; No. 18? (former Finsbury Savings Bank) 77, 81, 82–3, Ill. 83; Nos 22 and 23 Ill. 82; Nos 25 & 26 76; Nos 30–33 Ill. 80; No. 34 (Sekforde Arms p.h.) 76, 80; Nos 35–37 80; No. 37 76, 77; Nos 44–46 (dem.) 79; Nos 44–46 (Blick House) 81

Sellon, Rev. William, monument to 52

b Sergeant, John 138

Sessions House Hotel 406, Ills 584–5

b Sewell & Sons 362

Shaftesbury: 7th Earl of 313, 394; 9th Earl of 130, 132

Shakespeare's Head p.h. 303, 326, Ill. 452

Sharp, Rev. Benjamin Oswald 300–2, 313

Sharp's Alley 186, 187–8, 191, Ill. 508

b Sharpe, William 262

b Sharpington, T. G. 216

Sharwood, Samuel 257

s Shaw (Matthew T.) & Co. 223

a Shaw, Richard Norman 24, 147, 154

Shearman, Dr William 309

Sheepcroft 337

Sheer Lane 107

Sheffield Smelting Co. Ltd 233

Shelley, Bysshe 341

a Shenstone (Gerald) & Partners 267

Sheppard, William 114

a Sheppard (Richard), Robson & Partners 320

a Sheppard Robson 383

Sherriff Martin 369

a Shickle, Alec 162–3

Ship Yard 279

a Shires, Geoffrey 279

Shoe Lane 69

shops and shopping 145, 204–5, 213, 305, 322–4; shopfronts 214, 216, 233, 234, 241, 379, 393, 401

Shoreditch 386

Shorey, John Fogg 369

Short: family 36; John (d. 1794), monument to 53

Short's Buildings 36, 55, 65–6

Shreeves (John) & Partners 198

Shuttleworth, Obadiah 139

Sibbald, Rev. Dr. James 90

Sickert, Walter 112

a Sierens (Michael) Associates 310, 396

Silver Street 89, 91, 103, 183

Silvro Manufacturing Co. 199

a Simpson (Ian) Architects Ltd 69

Simpsons of Piccadilly 216

Sinclair, John (clerk to the Charterhouse) 245, 262

b Sisk (John) & Son 202

Skey, Frederic Carpenter 258

Skidmore, Henry Parkes 369

Skin Market 203, 296–7, 299, 328

Skinner Street 83, 239
-, Nos 35–43 74, Ills 85, 86

a Skinner, Bailey & Lubetkin 333

Skinners' Company estate 76, 205

Skinners' Well 4

Sky Properties 293

Slade School of Art 161

Slade's Place 283, 286

slaughtering 10, 186, 187–8, 190–1, 283

b Slipper, Benjamin 82, 84

Sloane, Barney 26

Slough Estates 383

slums and slum clearance 11–13, 14–15, 19, 38, 61–2, 123, 129, 138, 169, 189–90, 285–6, 300, 359–60, 370–3, 386

e Smeaton, John 21–2

a Smee & Houchin 202

Smith, C. H. 152

b Smith, Edward 323

Smith, Erasmus 119

Smith, Francis 279

b Smith, George 323

Smith, J. & W. B. 369

b Smith, James 76

Smith, John (clockmaker) 136

Smith, John Launcelot 136

Smith, Joshua, MP 297, 298

Smith, Maria (later Countess of Northampton) 298

a Smith, T. Roger 284

Smith, William (clockmaker) 136

Smith (T.) & Co. 66

a Smith (Simon) & Michael Brooke Architects 377 (Ill. 531 caption)

Smith (John) & Son (clockmakers) 16, 122, 136–7, 138, 139; factory Ills 164–5

Smith & Upjohn 9, 169

Smith-Barry family 138

Smith Street 298, 299, 302, 307, 325

Smith's (W. H.) 366

Smithfield Bars 203, 205

Smithfield Developments 202

Smithfield Institute 179

Smithfield livestock market 7, 12, 187, 203, 205, 245

Smithfield Market 17, 183, 192, 205, 248, 265, 267, 313; railway sidings 363, 364

Smithfield Martyrs, memorial to 53

Smithfield Martyrs' Memorial Church 14, 22, 53, 239, 295, 311, 313–6, 317, 328, Ills 428–31, 433; schools 316, Ill. 430; vicarage 296, 316 Ills 430, 432

Smithfield Meat Trades Institute 179

Smithfield Tavern 267

Smokehouse Yard 229, Ill. 305

smoke-houses 193, 224

Smokery, The 202

Smythe, Robert (quoted) 247–8

Smythson, Huntingdon andJohn 32

Snaggs Tenements 279

a Snell, Henry Saxon 395; & Son 394

Snoxell, William 252

Soanes, James 370, 381

Social Democratic Federation 109

Socialist League 17, 381, 382

Society of Friends 161, 341, 354

Soho, Clerkenwell & General Industrial Dwellings Co. Ltd 369

Solidbau Real Estate 384

a Solomon, Lewis: 23, 199, 369; & Son 279; Son & Joseph 263; Kaye & Partners 263

Somerset: 6th Earl of 33; Lord Protector 8, 127

Sondes, Anthonie 33

Sons of the Clergy, Corporation of 270, 271

Southwood, Viscount 334

Southwood Court 303, 333–4

Spa Field(s) 295, 300

Spa Fields Chapel 14

Spa Fields meetings 10

Spa Green 340

Spa Green Estate 18, 24, 241, 303, 329, 333

Spandau Ballet 343

Spark (Iskra) 17, 107, 109, 112, 166

spas and wells 4

Spencer, Elizabeth (later Countess of Northampton) 92, 295

Spencer, John (of Islington) 92

Spencer, Sir John 8, 295

Spencer, Thomas 340

Spencer Place 299, 300, 302

Spencer Place Chapel 14

Spencer Street 37, 297, 298, 299, 303, 321, 331, Ill. 461 Southwood Court 303, 333–4

Spencers' Arms p.h. 91

Spiers & Pond 366

a Spiers & Son 401

a Spiller, James 85

Spitalfields 165

stabling 75, 158, 165, 169, 204, 219, 221, 234, 241, 261–2, 273, 279, 292, 397–9

Stacey, Francis 257

Stafford Cripps Estate 328

Stag Brewery Co. 202

b Staines, William 152

Standard 69

Standardnewspapers 16, 70

Stannop, Lady 32

Stanstead Abbotts 197

c Stanton, Edward 53

a Stanton Williams 240

Star and Garter beer-house 323

Station Chambers 367

steel 53, 64, 65, 319, 367
-, cladding 198 (stainless steel), 384 (Cor-Ten); framing 61, 172, 202, 218, 255, 267, 291, 293, 320, 322; gauze 368; mesh 237; roofs 66, 104, 319, 320

a Steer, James 108

Steer, Philip Wilson 112

Steinberg House 273

Steleonite 379

Stepney, manor of 5

Stepney Carrier Co. 231

a Stevens, John Hargrave, junior 362

a Stevens (Charles V.) & Co. 105

a Stevenson, J. J. 23, 68

Steward's Place 90, 106, 107, Ill. 97

a Stewart, Arthur A. 113

b Stewart & Partners Ltd 327

Stirling Court (St Paul's Square) 220, 221

Stockall (J. J.) & Sons 400

Stockwell, Mr, of City Road 270

Stoke Park, Wiltshire 307

a Stone, Coutts 265

Storer, James andHenry 26

Storey, P. F. 303

b Stortham, William 177

Stow, John (cited) 4, 41, 126, 203, 281, 337

c Stowers, Thomas, senior andjunior 261

Strahan, Paul & Bates's bank 313

Stratford, Ralph de 281

Straus, Charles 288

Straus House 288

b Streather, Robert 56

Street, George Edmund 154

Street-Porter, Janet 20, 25, 66, 165, 174

street-trading and street markets 16, 189, 382, Ill. 541

a Strong, Alfred Pope 393

Strudwick, William 187

Stuart, Col. J. A. Man 134

b Stubbs, William 369, 404

student housing 20, 312

Studius 312

a Sudell (Richard) & Partners 95

Suffolk Street 78, 238

Summer Street 20

Sun p.h., Charterhouse Lane 266

Sun p.h., Cowcross Street 186

a Sutherland Hussey 232

a Sutherland, Charlie 232

Sutton, Thomas 243

Sutton Arms p.h., Carthusian Street, 270, Ill. 375

Sutton Arms p.h., Great Sutton Street 292

Sutton Buildings 234, 289

Sutton Place 281

Sutton's Hospital in Charterhouse seeCharterhouse

Swan alehouse 281

Swan with Two Necks inn 224

swimming baths 317, 319, 392, Ill. 438

Swinnerton, Frank 381

Swinton House, Gray's Inn Road 382

Sydney, Robert (Viscount Lisle, later Earl of Leicester) 119

b Symes (A. E.) Ltd 326

Synchronome Company 17

T.

a Tabberer, Benjamin 267

a Taha, Amin 384

Tait, Sir James 321

Tait Building 321

Tallis's London Street Views204, 209, 221–2, 229

Tandy, Jessica 343

s Tannett Walker & Co. 398

Tanqueray Gordon & Co. 285, 287

a Tasou Architects 322

Tatham, Col. William 298

a Tattersall, George 344, 347

a Taylor, Gordon 320

Taylor, J. 199

Taylor, J. H. (manufacturing opticians) 170

b Taylor, James 311

Taylor, John (paper-maker) 346

Taylor, Robert (preacher) 91

Taylor, (Sir) Robert 74, 96

Taylor Walker group 234

Taylor's Court 297

Taylor's Row 205, 297, 298

a Tecton 18, 24, 303, 328, 330, 333

a Tee (S. Clifford) & Gale 170

Temple Bar Estates Ltd 198

Temple Press 24

Tents, Office of 118, 127, 148

b Terry, George 69

b Tersons 273

a Teulon, S. S. 22

Thackeray, William Makepeace 287

Thackery Court 198

Thanington Properties Ltd 198

theatres 8, 25, 74, 348, 353–4

Theobalds Road 385, 386

Therese House 279

Thessco House 233

a Thicke, Frank 392

a Thom seePeter Thom Associates

Thomar, Portugal, Templar church 131

c Thomas, Cecil 133

a Thomas, Mrs V. M. 255

a Thomas Nugent Architects 199

a Thomas Saunders Partnership 162, 196, 279

Thompson, Capt. 308

Thompson, Bryan(t) Rushworth 169

b Thompson, John 156, 322

b Thompson, William 96

b Thompson & Beveridge 269

Thomson Newspapers 383–4

Thorburn, Bain & Co. 71

Thornhill Road, Islington 60

Thornsett Group 275, 391

b Thorp, E. J. 288

Three Compasses p.h. 195, 202

Three Cups p.h. 204

Three Impostors, The(Machen) 27

Three Johns p.h. 63

Three Queens p.h. 108

Three Tun Alley 202

a 3W 312

Thwaites (clockmakers); 48; & Reed 16, 69

Thynne, Francis 90

a Tigg (Peter) Partnership 66

Tillard, William 121

Tilney, Edmund 118

Tilson, Thomas 278

Times, The69, 113

Times Educational Supplement 163

Times Literary Supplement 163

Tindal, Sir Nicholas Conyngham 74

Tinfoil Decorative Painting Co. 201

b Tinkler, John 113

Tolpuddle Street 25

Tompion, Thomas 307, 326

Tompion Community Hall 326

Tompion House, Percival Street Estate 303, 326, 328, Ill. 451

Tompion House, St John Street 213

Tompion Street 307–8, 310 (No. 19), 325, 326

Tonge, Thomas 144

a Tony Fretton Architects 174

Toohey, Daniel 241

b Tooley, William 83

Topham Street 374

'Torrens Act' (Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings Act, 1868) 15, 190, 325

Torrens, W. T. M. 15, 300

Tothill, Robert 167, 175, 176

Tottenham 309

Towers, Dr Joseph 109, 122

Toxophilite Society of London 52

Trace Group (formerly Trace Computers) 238

Tracey, George andIsaac 191

Treasury, H. M. 360

a Trebilcock, Ronald 293

Trebor 194

e Tredgold, Thomas 101

a Trehearne & Norman, Preston and Partners 381

Tresham, Sir Thomas 118

a Trevor Horne Architects 233

Triangle, The 300, 303, 325, 325–6, Ill. 449

Trivia (John Gay) 67

a Troughton McAslan 25

Truman, Hanbury & Buxton 202

Trusler, Dr John 169

Trust Securities Holdings 279

b Try Construction 261

a TTSP 162

Tubbs, Henry Thomas 390

Tubbs, Lewis & Co. 264

Turk's Head and Metropolitan Hotel, Turnmill Street 193

Turk's Head p.h., St John Street 338

Turk's Head Yard 13, 172, 193, 198

Turkish baths 138

Turnbull Street 8

b Turner, William Philip 288

Turnmill Street 7–8, 166, 183–99, 366, 370, 386, 396, Ills 505, 508
-, Booth's Distillery 19, 24, 171, 181, 195, 197–8, Ills 212, 247–50; Fleet Works 397; R. S. Murray & Co.'s works Ill. 241; Red Lion p.h. 195, 202; Thackery Court 198; Turk's Head and Metropolitan Hotel 193
-, No. 56 (Station Chambers) 367; No. 64 (former Great Northern Railway stables) 197, 396, 397–9, Ills 570–1; Nos 65–66 198; No. 67 198, Ill. 240; No. 75 198, Ill. 245; Nos 76–86 (Layden House) 172, 195, 198, Ill. 245; Nos 87–88 198; Nos 89–90 23, 194, 198–9, Ill. 239; Nos 91–92, 199; No. 93 (Henrietta House) 195, 199; Nos 94–98 199; Nos 99–100 199; Nos 101–102 195, 201, Ill. 243

Turnmills club 398–9

Twentieth Century Press 96, 109, 112

Tyler, Evan 149

b Tyson, James 96

U.

Unicorn inn 233

Uniform Clothing & Equipment Co. 105

Union Place 38, 279, Ill. 386

Uniquip 105

Uni-Seco prefabs 328

b Unit Construction Co. Ltd 367

United Horse Shoe & Nail Co. Ltd 159

United Yeast Co. 237

University Building Ill. 441

Upper Ashby Street Ill. 416

Upper Charles Street 307

Upper Smith Street 307

Upper Thames Street 223

Urban Club 153

Urban Small Space Ltd 64

Usher, William 341

V.

Vacuum Pump & Ice Machine Co. Ltd 369, 378

Valladolid Cathedral 133

Vanderkiste, R. W. 13

b Vaughan, Richard 303

Vaughan & Brown 369

Veldhuis, Klaas 310

Venetian Glass Bevelling Co. 104

Vere, Lady 32

Vergara, Don Juan Ruiz de 133; funeral effigy 133, Ill. 161

Vernon Place 386

b Verry (William) Ltd 198

Vestry seeClerkenwell Vestry

Vicars & Poirson 369

a Vickery, George 199, 271

Victoria Dwellings 369, 371, 381

Victoria Embankment 64

Victoria Street (later Farringdon Road, q.v.) 360

Vidler, Orlando 201

Vidler, William 331

a Vigers, Robert 158

Villette, Rev. John 356

Vine Street 364; bridge Ill. 546

Vine Street Stores 365

Vinegar Ground 297

Vinegar Yard 145

Vineyard Walk 372, 379

Virgin Mary and All Saints, chapel of 243

Vitra 400

Vogeler (Charles A.) Co. 369

Voguemagazine 218

a Vulliamy, George 387, 390

W.

Waghorn, Gilbert 218

a Waghorn, Stanley 218

Wakehurst, 2nd Lord 131

a Wakerley, Arthur 135

Walcan-Bright, Gerald 61

Walden Bros (A. & G.) 230

Walker, Charles Clement 308

Walker, Edward (watch-tool maker) 176

Walker, John (fruiterer) 310

a Walker, Robert 392

a Walker, W. T. 239

a Walker & Mitchell 239

b Wall Brothers 324

Waller, Sir William 245

Wallis, Edward andSarah 323

b Wallis, Walter 317, 319

b Wallis (G. E.) & Sons 271

Walmsley, Robert Mullineux 238, 319

Walmsley Building 238, Ills 323, 324

Walsh, George 145

a Walton, George 396–7

Walton, Izaak 44, 90

Wanzer & Defries Patent Safety Lamp Manufacturing Co. Ltd 369

War Cry 16, 404

war damage:
-, First World War 160, 381; Second World War 18, 60, 62, 129–30, 145, 170, 195, 277, 279, 289, 303, 316, 320, 328, 331, 332, 345, 367, 381, 382, 384, 390, 391, 392, 396, 397, 402, 403, 405

War Office 218

Ward, Peter (brewer) 254

Ward, Robert 26

c Ward & Hughes 51

a Ward (Ronald) & Partners 272

b Ward, Paterson Ltd 132

Ward, Sturt & Sharp 253

b Wardell, John 307

b Warden, John, senior andjunior 167

Warden's Place 38, 107

Ware, Richard Cumberlege 230–1

a Ware, Samuel 56, 101, 141, 231

Ware, Samuel (leather merchant) 230

warehouses, factories, workshops, etc.:
-, architecture of 23, 195, 226–7, 388–9
-, pre-Victorian 37, 83, 187, 278–9
-, Victorian & Edwardian 16, 23, 64–5, 69–70, 71, 80, 92, 104, 114, 136–7, 160, 170, 179, 190–4, 195, 198, 200–2, 209, 213, 221, 223, 225–9, 238, 262–3, 265, 267, 271, 273, 278–9, 285, 286, 289–93, 311–2, 359, 368–70, 374–9, 387, 388–9, 391, 393, 394, 399–401, 403–4
-, inter-war 24, 54, 78, 79, 202, 216–8, 231, 238, 271, 293
-, post-war 81, 202, 263, 292, 348–9
-, see also breweries; cold-stores; distilleries

Warner, James (metal grinder) 200

Warner, Dr John 122

Warner, Samuel 114

c Warner (John) & Sons 317

Warner Lofts 238

b Warren, Joseph 271

b Warren, William 261, 269, 370, 381

Warwick House 202

Wash-house Court, Charterhouse 6, 21

Wastfield, Edward 259

watch-houses 12, 93, 151, 206

Watchmaker Court 161, 213

watchmaking seeclock- and watchmaking

Water House 21

water supply and reservoirs 13, 297, 298

Watercress and Flower Girls' Christian Mission 15, 77, 79, 80, 84

Waterhouse, Alfred 325, 351

Waterhouse Field 298

Waterloo Place 38, 64

Waterlow: (Sir) Sydney 15, 370, 371, 373; & Sons 373

a Waterman, Alfred 369, 374

b Waterman (T. G.) Ltd 326

Waterstone's, Piccadilly 216

Water-Testing Laboratory Building 24

b Wates Ltd 279

Watkins, Charles A. 403

a Watney, Daniel 337, 355; see also Daniel Watney, Eiloart, Inman & Nunn andDaniel Watney Douglas Young

Watney Combe Reid & Co. 202, 322, 353

Watson family (of Bath) 152

Watson, Alice, John andJohn junior (distillers) 229

a Waymouth, George 293

b Webb, Messrs 220

Webb, Sir Aston 158

Webb, Benjamin (clock- and watchmaker) 9, 138

b Webb, Robert andGeorge 276

c Webb & Co. 239

b Webb (James) & Son Ltd 332

Weber's (provision merchants) 193

a Webster, James 213

Weever, John 33; monument to 52

Weights and Measures Office, Rosebery Avenue 23

Welkin House 257

b Wells, Benjamin 277

Welsh Calvinistic Methodist chapel 287

Welsh Harp p.h. 347

Welsh School 14, 22, 90, 107–9, 113, 128, Ill. 121

Welsh Tabernacle 22

Wenlock Brewery Co. Ltd 202

Wesley, John 287

Wesleyan chapel, St John's Square 122, 135, 386

West Ham Gutta Percha Co. works Ill. 508

West Smithfield Cold Air Stores 213, Ill. 276

West Street 360, 365, 370, Ill. 508

b Westbrook, Moses 121

Westfield, Edward 259

a Westmore & Partners 179, 198, 238, 397

Weston, Sir William 133; monument to 42, 52, 133, Ills 159, 160

s Westwood, Baillie & Co. 367

s Westwood, Baillie, Campbell & Co. 365

Wharton, 4th Baron 33

a Wheat & Luker 271

b Wheeler, Arthur Mazzini 261, 269, 370, 381

Wheeler, Thomas 307

b Wheeler, Walter William 369, 370, 381

Whight (George) & Co. 369

Whight & Mann 369

Whistler, Rex 161

Whitbread & Co. 135, 347

Whitburn, James 279

White, A. J. 369

White, William Hale 26

a White & Traviss 202, 233

White Bear p.h. 213, Ill. 264

White Conduit House 4

White Hart inn 225

White Harte p.h. 204

White Horse Alley 187, 201, Ills 231, 233

White Horse p.h. 219

White Lion Court 266

White Lion p.h. 204

White Swan p.h. 368

White Willow p.h. 204

'Whitehaven Mansions' 255

b Whiting, James 76, 79, 84

Whitwellbeach 281, 282

Wicked Wolf p.h. 267

Wickens, Samuel 153

a Wickings, William 55–6

c Wight, Clifford 112–3

b Wigmore, W. 178

b Wignell, Robert 307

Wigton House 238

Wilbraham, Charles William 269

Wilbraham, Sir Roger 148

Wilderness Row 282, 283, 286–7, 385–7, 390, 399, 400, 401, Ills 396, 573

Wilderness Row Chapel 287

Wilderness Works 292, 400, Ill. 576

Wildman, James andWilliam 169

a Wilkerson (H. C.) & Partners 257

Wilkes (distillers): Heaton 96, 121; Israel I 120, 121, 136; Israel II 121, 283; John 95, 121

Wilkes, Thomas 337

Wilkes Metallic Flooring & Eureka Concrete Co. Ltd 398

Wilkes Street, Spitalfields 165

Wilkes's distillery 96, 120, 122, 136

Wilkins, George (playwright) 185

Wilkins (John) & Co. 240

a Wilkinson, Miss F. 308

e Wilkinson, W. 367

a Wilkinson (Chris) Architects 406

William Rust House 382–3, Ill. 544

a Williams, — 197

Williams, Charles Cave 279

b Williams, Edward 308

a Williams, (Sir) E. Owen 24

a Williams, G. B. 368

b Williams, Howell J. 65

Williams, Sir John 244

Williams, John Clark 288

Williams, Sydney 369

Williams, Walter 279

b Williams (G. S.) & Son 351

Williamson, Henry (jet ornament manufacturer) 369

Williamson Cliff Ltd 255

Willing (Frederick) & Co. Ltd 322

Willoughby (Richard) & Co. 222

Willshire, John 188

b Willson, George 264

Wilmington Square 302

a Wilson, Henry 22

a Wilson, James 135

Wilson, Joseph (victualler) 240

a Wimble, John 369, 382

Winchester Street School 15, 22–3

Winchilsea, 2nd and3rd Earls andCountess (Elizabeth Heneage) of 250

Windmill inn 204, 206, 225

Windmill Yard 228

Windus, William 224

Winn, Sir Rowland 264

b Winn (E. D.) & Son 267

Winterbourne & Mallinson Ltd 194

Winton (formerly Winchester Street) School 15, 22–3

a Withall, Latham A. 23, 268, 269

Withdean Securities 293

a Witherington, W. Seckham 369, 394

b Withers, Edward 369

a Withers, George E. & K. G. 271

Wollaston, Francis, Francis John andWilliam 264

Wood, Mr 288

Wood, Charles 165

Wood, Edward J. 26

a Wood, Henry E. 369, 379

Wood, Sir Henry 404

b Wood, Joseph 96

Wood, Sir William (d. 1691), monument to 52

Wood (James and Richard Mason) & Co. 369, 379

Woodbridge, Suffolk 73, 84

Woodbridge Chapel 14, 77, 79, Ill. 77

Woodbridge Court 220, 221

Woodbridge Free Grammar School 73

Woodbridge House, Aylesbury Street 24, 78, 114, Ills 74, 75

Woodbridge House, Woodbridge Street 74, 76, 81, 82, 84–5, Ills 88, 89

Woodbridge Street 57, 74, 83–5, 218, 219, Ills 73, 286 see also Rosemary School; Woodbridge House

Woodman Field or Woodmansfold 337

a Woodroffe, Walter H. 80, 84, 240; & Son 79

Woods Close 205, 299–335

b Woodward, J. 228

Woolaston, John 139

Woolcot, George andRichard 299

b Woollcott, Thomas 296, 298, 304–8, 331

Woolsack p.h. 266

Woolworths, Liverpool Road 25

Workers' Book Shop Ltd 112

workhouses 54–5, 187, 278, 341–2, 359, 368, 394, 395

Works, Ministry of 107

Works, Office of 24, 158

a Worsley, Reginald E. 355

Worthington, Rev. H. 309

Worthington, Dr Thomas 185

Wray, Sir Christopher 245

Wren, Sir Christopher 359

a Wright, Herbert A. 24, 233, 289, 292, 293, 401, 406

Wright, Isaac 240

Wright & Donkin 65

a Wright & Tidmarsh 289, 292, 400

Wriothesley, Lord Chancellor 337

Wroughton, William 234

Wyclif Court 309, 328

Wyclif Street 307, 314, Ill. 411 No. 14 296, 311, 316, Ill. 432

Wyld, Miss 302

a Wylie (Derek) Architecture 233

Wynyatt Street 241, 298, 299, 303, 331–3, Ills 462–4

Wynyatt Street Estate 335

a Yates, Cook & Darbyshire 202

Y.

Yates's Rents 38, 62

Yeo, Samuel A. Spear 367

Yeoman House 81

b YJL London 312

York (the Retreat) 342

a Yorke Rosenberg Mardall 19, 25, 165, 172, 181

s Young (H.) & Co. 265, 369

Young Communist League 383

b Younger, Thomas 322

Youngman, Cornelius Tipple: paper-bag manufactory Ill. 508

YRM seeYorke Rosenberg Mardall

Z.

Zaha Hadid Architects 68

Zetter, The 20, 403, Ill. 553

Zetters Pools 124, 403

Zinc House 196, 201

Zion Chapel 287

a Zogolovitch, Roger 113, 213