List of plates

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1970

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 36: Covent Garden (1970), pp. XIII-XVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46077 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Frontispiece. Covent Garden Piazza and Market. From a painting by Samuel Scott in the Woburn Abbey Collection. Reproduced by kind permission of His Grace The Duke of Bedford.

1. Extract from Hollar's bird's-eye view of West London. From the engraving in the British Museum, Parthey 1002 in Hollar vol.VIII, p. 38

2, 3. John Lacy's map of Covent Garden, 1673. From a photograph in the British Museum Map Room, pressmark 3495 (130). Whereabouts of the original map not known

4. Map of Covent Garden, c. 1680–5. From the original in Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

5. Extract from Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1681–2. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio ii

6. Blome's map of the parish of St. Paul, c. 1686. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio xiii

7. Extract from Rocque's map of 1746

8. Extract from Horwood's map of 1819

9. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map surveyed in 1873

10. Plan for building on site of Exeter House and garden, 1673. Reproduced by permission of the Warden and Fellows from the Wren drawings at All Souls College, Oxford, vol. iv, no. 67

11. The Piazza looking north. Reproduced by permission from the oil painting in the possession of the Earl of Pembroke

12. (a) St. Paul's Church and the Piazza. From an engraving by Hollar in the London Museum (b) St. Paul's Church and the west side of the Piazza. From a drawing in Westminster City Library

13. (a), (b) St. Paul's Church and the Piazza, elevations, plans and section. From engravings in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. ii, 1717, plates 20, 21, 22

14. St. Paul's Church

(a) Measured drawing of the Tuscan order and roof-section. From an engraving in Batty Langley's Ancient Masonry, vol. ii, 1736, plates xxvi, xxvii

(b) East elevation. From a measured drawing by F. W. Hiort in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

15. St. Paul's Church

(a) West front. From an engraving of 1766 by Edward Rooker after a drawing by P. Sandby in Westminster City Library

(b) View from south-east. From a watercolour by Thomas Malton in the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

16. St. Paul's Church, east front, section and plan. From an engraving in Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London by F. Britton and A. Pugin, 1825, vol. i

17. St. Paul's Church

(a) West front and churchyard. From a watercolour in Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 71, no. 9

(b) Interior looking east. From a drawing in the vestry of St. Paul's Church

18. St. Paul's Church, north elevation

(a) From a drawing in Westminster City Library

(b) From a drawing of 1876 by Henry Clutton in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates, now deposited in Greater London Record Office

(c) From a drawing of 1887 by A. F. Pilkington, provenance as in 18b

19. St. Paul's Church

(a) West elevation. From a drawing of 1876 by Henry Clutton, provenance as in 18b

(b) Ceiling plan. From a drawing of 1887 by A. F. Pilkington, provenance as in 18b

20. St. Paul's Church from the portico walk of Bedford Chambers. Photograph by A. F. Kersting 1965. Copyright Abelard-Schuman Limited

21. St. Paul's Church

(a) View from south-east. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) View from west. Photograph by A. F. Kersting1965. Copyright Abelard-Schuman Limited

22. (a), (b) St. Paul's Church, interior looking east and west. G.L.C. photographs 1968

23. St. Paul's Church

(a) Drawing of the altarpiece of c. 1704–8. From a drawing in Westminster City Library

(b) Altarpiece. G.L.C. photograph 1968

24. Churchyard gateways

(a) From a drawing in the possession of the Trustees of Bristol Municipal Charities. Photograph by courtesy of Dr. Kerry Downes

(b) From a photograph in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates

25. Churchyard gateways

(a), (c) From drawings of 1875 by G. D. Stevenson in Westminster City Library

(b) G.L.C. photograph 1968

26. The Piazza looking north. From Sutton Nicholls's engraving in Crowle's extraillustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

27. The Piazza

(a) Looking north. From a drawing in Westminster City Library

(b) Looking west. From a drawing by F. Maurer in Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

28. The Piazza

(a) Looking west. From the oil painting by B. Nebot, reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the Tate Gallery

(b) Looking east. From the oil painting by Van Aken in the London Museum

29. The Piazza

(a) Looking north. From an engraving of 1751 by T. Bowles in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) Looking west. From the oil painting by John Collett in the London Museum

30. The Piazza

(a) North-west corner. From William Hogarth's engraving, Morning, 1738

(b) The portico walk, north-east corner. From a drawing by T. or P. Sandby in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle. Reproduced by gracious permission of Her Majesty the Queen

31. The Piazza

(a) Little Piazza, view looking south-east. From a drawing by T. or P. Sandby in the London Museum

(b) North side and No. 43 King Street. From a watercolour in Crowle's extraillustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

32. The Piazza, north and east sides

(a) From an engraving of 1768 by E. Rooker after a drawing by T. Sandby in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xiii

(b) From a watercolour by T. Sandby in Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

33. The Piazza, east and north sides. From a watercolour in Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

34. The Piazza

(a) View looking east. From a drawing in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates

(b) The Westminster election of 1818. From an aquatint after a drawing by G. Scharf in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

35. The Piazza and the market

(a) Looking west. From an aquatint after a drawing by Pugin and Rowlandson in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) Looking west. From an engraving by J. C. Allen after a drawing by F. Nash in Westminster City Library

36. The market building of 1828–30

(a) Looking east. From an oil painting of c. 1829 in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Bedford

(b) The same. From a drawing in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

37. The market building of 1828–30

(a)View from north-west. From a watercolour by W. Havell in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) View from James Street. From an oil painting of 1864 by P. Levin in the London Museum

38. The market building of 1828–30, south and east sides. Photograph by A. F. Kersting 1965. Copyright Abelard-Schuman Limited

39. The market and Piazza, general view. Photograph by A. F. Kersting 1965. Copyright Abelard-Schuman Limited

40. (a), (b), (c) The market buildings, plan and elevations by Charles Fowler. From annotated engraving and drawings in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates, now deposited in Greater London Record Office

41. The market buildings of 1828–30

(a), (b) Designs for roofing the market buildings. Provenance as in 40

(c) The terrace. From an engraving of 1831 by H. Pyall after a drawing by F. D. Jones in Westminster City Library

42. (a) The market buildings, Central Avenue. G.L.C. photograph 1966

(b) The Floral Hall. From an engraving in The Builder, 11 February 1860, p. 89

(c) The market buildings, north side. G.L.C. photograph 1968

43. (a), (b), (c) The Flower Market, Wellington Street front, interior and Tavistock Street front. Reproduced by permission from watercolours in the possession of Covent Garden Market Authority

44. The Piazza, north-west range

(a) No. 43 King Street and Nos. 1 and 2 Piazza. From a watercolour by F. W. Archer in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, Archer drawings, vol. 10, no. 176

(b), (c) Nos. 1 and 2 Piazza and corner with James Street. From photographs of 1877 in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates

45. The Piazza, north side

(a) Bedford Chambers and Tavistock Hotel. G.L.C. photograph 1921

(b) Bedford Chambers portico walk. G.L.C. photograph 1921

(c) Vault beneath portico walk. G.L.C. photograph 1933

46. Piazza, south side

(a) During firework display. From an engraving of 1690 in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) Tavistock Row. From a drawing of 1750 in Westminster City Library

47. Piazza, east and south sides

(a) Nos. 1–3 (consec.) Little Piazza. From a watercolour in Westminster City Library

(b) No. 4 Little Piazza and Nos. 1–5 (consec.) Tavistock Row. From a watercolour of 1837 by C. F. Smith in the Guildhall Library

(c) The Jubilee and Flower Markets. G.L.C. photograph 1968

48. (a) King Street looking west. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Henrietta Street looking west. G.L.C. photograph 1968

49. (a) Bedford Chambers and west side of James Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Russell Chambers and south side of Russell Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

50. (a) Nos. 23–26 (consec.) King Street. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in Westminster City Library

(b) Rose Street. From a watercolour of 1851 by T. C. Dibdin in the London Museum

(c) Bedford Court looking east. From a drawing of 1879 by F. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. collection

51. (a) Nos. 17–19 (consec.) Bedford Street. From a drawing of 1880 by J. P. Emslie in Westminster City Library

(b) Bedford Court looking south. From a drawing of 1879 by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. collection

(c) Chandos Street looking west. From a drawing of 1851 by T. C. Dibdin in Westminster City Library

52. (a) Bow Street, east side. From a drawing by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. collection

(b) Broad Court looking east. From a drawing of 1877 by F. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. collection

(c) Bow Street looking north. From a watercolour of 1851 by T. C. Dibdin in the Guildhall Library

53. (a) No. 21 Russell Street. From a watercolour of 1890 by Appleton in the G.L.C. collection

(b) York Street, north side. From a watercolour by F. Calvert in the G.L.C. collection

(c), (d) White Hart Street looking northeast and south-west. From watercolours of 1898 by F. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. collection

54. (a) Queen's Head public house, Charles Street. From a watercolour of 1825 by F. Winston in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) The Russian Hotel, Bow Street. From a watercolour by F. Winston, provenance as in 54a

(c) No. 17 Russell Street. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd, provenance as in 54a

(d) Caledonian coffee house, Russell Street. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd, provenance as in 54a

55. (a) No. 8 Russell Street. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in Marx's extraillustrated copy of Pennant in the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings, vol. 6

(b) No. 8 Russell Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) King Street. From Tallis's London Street Views of c. 1838–40

56. (a), (b) Ambrose Godfrey's laboratory in Maiden Lane. From engravings in Westminster City Library and in King's Topographical Collection in the British Museum Map Room, vol. xxvii, item 19

57. (a) Nos. 30 and 31 Southampton Street. From a photograph of 1893 in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates

(b) Nos. 26 and 27 Maiden Lane. From a watercolour in the London Museum

58. (a) Chandos Street and Bedford Street. From a photograph of 1910 in the possession of the Trustees of the Bedford Settled Estates

(b) Nos. 27–29 (consec.) Southampton Street. From a photograph of 1893, provenance as in 58a

(c) Nos. 33–35 (consec.) Southampton Street. From a photograph of 1894, provenance as in 58a

59. (a) Broad Court looking west. From a photograph of 1894, provenance as in 58a

(b) Former No. 5 Tavistock Street. From a photograph of 1912, provenance as in 58a

(c) Duke's Court, south side. From a photograph of 1898, provenance as in 58a

60. (a) No. 4 Bow Street (Magistrate's Court). From a watercolour of 1825 by F. Winston in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) The same. From a drawing of 1881 by J. P. Emslie in Westminster City Library

(c) Nos. 33–34 Bow Street (Police Station). From a drawing in Westminster City Library

(d) Sir John Fielding's court at No. 4 Bow Street. From an engraving in Westminster City Library

61. (a) Magistrate's court at No. 4 Bow Street. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. i, 1808, p. 212

(b) Bow Street Police Station and Magistrates' Court. G.L.C. photograph 1968

62. (a) Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church and presbytery, Maiden Lane. From an engraving in The Building News, 23 Oct. 1874

(b) No. 14 Burleigh Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) No. 12 Floral Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(d) St. Peter's Hospital, Henrietta Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

63. (a) Nos. 17–19 (consec.) Bedford Street (Post Office building). G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Telephone Exchange, Russell Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) Telephone Exchange, Bow Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

64. Adelphi Theatre

(a) Interior and Strand entrance. From an engraving of 1816 in the G.L.C. collection

(b) Strand front. From a drawing in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xvii

65. Adelphi Theatre

(a) Interior. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 7 Oct. 1848, p. 224

(b) Interior. From an engraving in The Builder, 25 Dec. 1858, p. 871

(c) Strand front. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xvii

66. (a) Adelphi Theatre, royal entrance in Maiden Lane. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Vaudeville Theatre, Maiden Lane front. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) Vaudeville Theatre, interior. From an engraving in The Graphic, 14 May 1870, p. 508

67. (a) Evans's music hall at No. 43 King Street. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 26 Jan. 1856, p. 93

(b) No. 23 Catherine Street, Opera Tavern. G.L.C. photograph 1966

(c) No. 18 Wellington Street (former Victoria Club). G.L.C. photograph 1968

68. King Street

(a), (b) No. 26, staircase and landing. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) Nos. 26–34 (consec.). G.L.C. photograph 1968

69. King Street

(a) Nos. 27 and 28. G.L.C. photograph 1967

(b) Nos. 35–37 (consec.). G.L.C. photograph 1938

(c) No. 27, board room. Copyright Country Life, photograph 1951

70. (a) Civil Service Stores, Chandos Place and Bedford Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Nos. 14–16 (consec.) Bedford Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

71. (a) Nos. 22–24 (consec.) Henrietta Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Nos. 2–6 (even) Catherine Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) Nos. 10–13 (consec.) Bedford Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(d) Nos. 23–25 (consec.) Maiden Lane. G.L.C. photograph 1968

72. Country Life building, Tavistock Street

(a) Exterior. Copyright Country Life, photograph 1907

(b) Entrance hall. G.L.C. photograph 1968

73. Country Life building, Tavistock Street

(a) Editor's office. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Office. G.L.C. photograph 1968

74. (a) Nos. 46 and 47 Floral Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) No. 24 Floral Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) Nos. 8 and 9 James Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(d) Lamb and Flag public house, Rose Street. G.L.C. photograph 1968

75. Internal fittings of No. 5 Chandos Street

(a) Door. From a drawing by C. F. Richardson in Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 71

(b) Staircase. From a drawing by C. J. Richardson in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

76. Nos. 26 and 27 Southampton Street

(a) Exterior. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) First-floor front room of No. 26. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c), (d) Staircase of No. 27. G.L.C. photographs 1968

77. No. 43 King Street, exterior

(a) From an engraving in Westminster City Library

(b) From a lithograph in auction particulars of 1880 in the possession of the G.L.C.

78. No. 43 King Street

(a) Exterior. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Coffee room in 1811. From a watercolour in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Bedford

79. (a), (b) No. 43 King Street, first-floor front room. G.L.C. photographs 1967–8

80. (a), (b) No. 8 Henrietta Street, staircase. G.L.C. photographs 1968 and 1948

(c), (d) No. 34 Tavistock Street, staircase. G.L.C. photographs 1950

81. Tavistock Street

(a) Nos. 34–38 (even). G.L.C. photograph 1958

(b) Nos. 13–19 (odd). G.L.C. photograph 1968

(c) No. 34, second-floor back room. G.L.C. photograph 1950

82. King Street

(a) Nos. 36 and 37. G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b), (c) Entrance hall and staircase landing of No. 37. G.L.C. photographs 1967–8

83. King Street, north side

(a) Looking east. G.L.C. photograph 1967

(b) Looking west. G.L.C. photograph 1967

84. Henrietta Street

(a) Nos. 3–5 (consec.). G.L.C. photograph 1968

(b) Nos. 5–8 (consec.). G.L.C. photograph 1948

(c) View looking east. G.L.C. photograph 1968



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