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1970

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NOTE. The symbols in the left-hand margin distinguish those persons who have worked (or are thought to have worked) on the fabric of the area, including the architects of unexecuted designs: a Architects and surveyors b Builders and allied tradesmen c Artists, craftsmen and decorators

Abbey and Convent of St. Peter, Westminster see Westminster Abbey

Abington, Frances 179, 209

b Abraham, Nicholas 107n.

Actors and actresses resident in Covent Garden 88, 97, 153, 159, 179, 187, 188, 193, 195, 201, 209, 210–11, 219, 222, 231, 232, 254

Acts of Parliament see under Parliament

Adams, Captain 193

Adams, Dr. Richard 187

Addison, Hugh 292

Adelaide Street 42

Adelphi schools 62

Adelphi Theatre (formerly Sans Pareil also called Strand and Century Theatres) 240, 245–50; fig 44 (p. 248); Pls. 64–5, 66a

Adelphi Theatre Restaurant 249

Ady (Atty), Nicholas 195

Agar Street 42, 264, 265

Aherne, Brian 203

Albany, Duke of (Prince Leopold) 238

Albion Ironworks, Birmingham 155

Aldern, John 317

Aldersgate Street (Shaftesbury House) 167

Aldewichstrate 19, 269

Aldine House 259; Pl. 71c

Aldwych 19, 45, 48, 199

Alexander, Alexander 126

Alexander, Sir William (1st Earl of Stirling) 96, 307

Alginate House 237–8; Pl. 71a

Alington, William (1st Baron Alington) 152

Allen, James 131

Allen, Thomas 319

Alliance Assurance Company 157, 158

a Allom, Arthur 153, 155

Allom, Thomas 155

Amyraut, Paul 187

Ancient highways in Covent Garden 239, 269

Ancrum, Countess 97

Andover, Viscount (Charles Howard) 187

Angell Alley 183

Angier, Jane, Lady 97

Annesley, Arthur (1st Earl of Anglesey) 36, 97, 185, 186

Annesley, Francis (1st Baron Mountnorris) 231

Anstie, John 304–5

Appleton, Anne 319

Apsley, Sir Allen 231

Archer, Katherine (née Tipping) 166

a Archer, Thomas, the elder 166, 168n., 169

Archer, Thomas, the younger (1st Baron Archer) 83, 166, 167

Arches, The, Villiers Street 169n.

Arnaud, William 21

Arne, Susannah 159

Arne, Thomas 152, 159

Arne, Dr. Thomas Augustine 159

Arnold, Edward 254

Arnold, S. J. 227

Arris, Richard 195

Arthurlong, Lady 187

Artists resident in Covent Garden 10, 88, 89, 90, 96–7, 152–3, 159, 179, 180, 182, 186, 187–8, 193, 196, 201, 209, 219, 222–3, 230, 231–2, 241, 253, 254, 263, 264

Ashley, John 297

Ashley's Hotel 236

Ashton, Sir Ralph 152

Ashton, Sir Thomas 187

Ashurst, Sir Harry 96

Association of Architects 40

Athy, John 192, 195, 197, 199

Athy, John Hemingway 197, 198

a Atkinson, Robert 245

Attwood, Thomas 153, 232

Atty (Ady), Nicholas 195

Aubert, Maurice 27, 29n., 127, 152, 304–5

Auctioneers and auction-rooms 11, 83, 87–8, 153, 155, 165, 181, 195, 197, 219, 241, 254

b Audsley, David 107n.

c Auerbach, Arnold 203

Austen, Henry 235.

Austen, Jane 235

Austen, Maunde and Tilson 235

Austin, John 187

Avery, John 111

b Avis, James 78, 290

Aylmer, Lord (Henry, 2nd Baron Aylmer) 231

Aylmer, Matthew (1st Baron Aylmer) 96

Ayres, John 187

Ayres, Thomas 303

Baber, Sir John 79, 152, 231

b Bache, William 105n.

Bagg, Sir James 152.

Bagley, — 225, 225n.

b Bagley, Thomas 101n., 102, 279

Bagnios 83–4
-, Individual bagnios are indexed both by name and under streets

b Bailey (Bayley), Henry 240

c Bailey, William, Senior and Company 108

Bailey's Alley 240, 245

c Baily,— 108n.

c Baker, Bernard 109n.

Baker, Sir John 231

Baker, Samuel 197, 197n.

Baker, Dr. Samuel 196

Baker, Captain Thomas 193, 196

Balconies (purgulas) 70, 72, 80, 86, 207, 230, 264, 285, 288, 289, 322

Baldwyn, Thomas 28n., 264

Bamber, Rev. James 241

Banbury Court 181

b Banckes, Edward 102n., 271, 272

Bancroft, John 193, 201

Banfield, Lady 305

Banfield, Frank 47

Bankes, Sir John 33

c Banks, Thomas 118

Banqueting House, Whitehall 28, 29, 30, 101n.

Barber, Gabriel 294–5, 300–1

Barcher.— 317

Bargeny, 1st Lord (John Hamilton) 254, 295

Barkstead, William 197

Barlow, — 40

b Barlow, Thomas 39n., 107, 107n., 312–13

Barnard, Sir John 179

b Barnes, George 131n.

Barnes, Samuel 301

b Barnes, Thomas 84, 91, 302–3, 304–5, 306–7

b Barnett, Richard 132n.

a Barr, Ewen 203

Barr and Sugden 154

b Barrett, Robert and Mrs. 38n.

Barrington, Lady Anna Maria 210

a Barry, E. M. 17

Barry, Spranger 188

a Bartleet, W. G. 234

a Basil, Simon 267

b Bates, William 109n.

Bath House, Piccadilly 157

Baughey, Captain Samuel 231

Baxter, William 197

Bayley, Captain 201

Bayley, Andrew 83

b Bayley (Bailey), Henry 240

Bayley, Mary 319

Baynes, Captain 34

Bayning, Viscountess 152

Beale, Francis 197

Bearcroft, Edward 318–19

Beard, John 299

Beauclerk, Topham 193

Beaufort, Dr. John 209

Beaumont Buildings 48

a Beazley, Samuel 16, 227, 228, 246

Beckton 147

a Bedells,—see Lander, Bedells and Crompton

Bedford, Earls and Dukes of 8, 9, 15, 41, 42, 43, 45, 56, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 137, 138, 142, 143, 195, 196, 207, 208, 226, 240, 266
-, 1st Earl (1550–55) see Russell, John
-, 2nd Earl (1555–85) see Russell, Francis
-, 3rd Earl (1585–1627) see Russell, Edward
-, 4th Earl (1627–41) see Russell, Francis
-, 5th Earl (1641–1700) and 1st Duke (1694–1700) see Russell, William
-, 2nd Duke (1700–11) see Russell, Wriothesley
-, 3rd Duke (1711–32) see Russell, Wriothesley
-, 4th Duke (1732–71) see Russell, John
-, 5th Duke (1771–1802) see Russell, Francis
-, 6th Duke (1802–39) see Russell, John
-, 7th Duke (1839–61) see Russell, Francis
-, 8th Duke (1861–72) see Russell, William
-, 9th Duke (1872–91) see Russell, Francis Charles Hastings
-, 10th Duke (1891–3) see Russell, George William Francis Sackville
-, 11th Duke (1893–1940) see Russell, Herbrand Arthur
-, 12th Duke (1940–53) see Russell, Hastings

Bedford Arms Tavern 94

Bedford Chambers 5, 52, 81–2, 85–6; Pls. 45a, 49a

Bedford Coffee House 83, 89, 90

Bedford Court 260, 261, 263, 265; Pls. 50c, 51b

Bedford Estate (Covent Garden) 5, 6, 19–52, 266–70; Pls. 2–3
-, access see also street improvements 5–6, 27, 42, 183
-, barriers and gates 138, 207–8, 223, 240
-, acquisition of 19, 21, 22
-, alienations (by sale and fee-farm grant) see also Russell family, settlement of 1640–1 22, 23, 33, 35, 42, 43, 48, 165, 180, 183, 199, 225n., 240, 264, 266–70 passim
-, effects of 33, 47, 195, 197, 266, 267, 269–70
-, boundaries 266, 267, 269, 270; fig. I (p. 20)
-, building developments before 1630 24, 25, 192, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270
-, 1631–9 1–7, 25–34, 293–311; fig. 45
-, 1706–14 9, 37–9, 312–21; fig. 32 (p. 208)
-, estate management
-, architectural control see also building
-, specifications 4–5, 13, 38, 46, 85, 87, 88, 93, 135, 153, 232, 236, 238
-, architectural policies 11, 13, 14, 17, 38–9, 46, 80–2, 85, 169, 222
-, assignments and sub-lettings 44, 45, 45n.
-, building (house) specifications 3, 29–31, 36, 37, 38–9, 95, 151, 161, 186, 230, 233–4, 253–4, 263, 268
-, charities 41
-, fire insurance and precautions 40, 45, 87
-, flats and residential chambers 14, 85, 238
-, hotels 11, 88
-, inspection of buildings 30, 45
-, leases and leasing 4, 6, 13, 24n., 29, 36, 37, 39, 40, 45, 77–8
-, pre-lease contracts 29, 31, 38, 45
-, restricted trades and uses 11, 36, 39, 46, 46n.
-, schools 12, 62
-, taverns and public houses 13, 36, 46, 137, 231
-, telegraph and telephone 47, 47n.
-, fee-farm grants see also alienations 33, 33n.
-, housing improvements 44–5, 48
-, revenue from 3, 23, 34, 37, 41, 42, 44, 48.
-, sale of 48–52
-, sewers 27, 32, 76, 102, 199
-, street improvements 11, 12, 13, 14, 35, 36, 37–8, 40, 42–4, 48, 208, 226–8, 240, 263
-, water supply 27, 31–2

Bedford Estates (general) 22–3, 24, 24n., 25, 34, 37, 40–1, 42, 47–8, 49, 50, 52n., 143
-, agents-in-chief 37, 41, 167, 242
-, see also Prothero, Rowland
-, agents and stewards 2, 12, 13, 14, 36, 37, 42, 44, 45, 46, 58, 60, 81, 83, 89, 102, 129, 135n., 138, 181, 189, 218, 266
-, see also Bourne, J. R.; Butcher, Robert; Davison, T. J. R.; Haedy, Christopher; Palmer, Robert; Parker, Charles; Stutfield, A. R. O.; Trenchard, John; Willoughby, Joseph
-, architects and surveyors 13, 36, 37, 46
-, see also Carter, Edward; Clutton, Henry; Cross, W. S.; Davenport, John; Flitcroft, Henry; Gorham, John; Gubbins, James; Holland, Henry; Launce, Nicholas; Ogborne, Sir William; Parker, Charles; Ryder, Richard (11 and 111); Stead, Thomas

Bedford Estates (general) (continued)
-, estate offices 42n., 206
-, other officers 24n., 50

Bedford Ground 38, 39, 205, 312–21; fig. 32 (p. 208)

Bedford Head Tavern (Henrietta Street) 231

Bedford Head Tavern (Southampton and Tavistock Streets) 39, 208, 209, 314–15

Bedford Head Tavern and Coffee House (Maiden Lane) 41, 241

Bedford Hotel 90–1

Bedford House, Bloomsbury see Southampton House

Bedford House, Strand (north side) 1, 6, 22, 23, 25, 37–8, 53, 205–7, 266; figs. 1 (p. 20) and 45; Pl. 1
-, banqueting houses 76, 207
-, garden 6, 6n., 64, 78, 205, 206, 207, 222; fig. 45
-, garden wall 38, 76, 130, 131, 225; fig. 45
-, stables and stableyard 36, 37, 195, 206, 207, 269; fig. 45

Bedford House, Strand (south side) see
-, Russell Place

Bedford Level 240

Bedford Office (Bloomsbury) 253

Bedford Square 5

Bedford Street 9, 13, 27, 44, 253–63; fig. 45; Pls. 58a, 71c
-, churchyard entrance 109, 124, 125, 262
-, first building leases (table) 294–5
-, residents 57, 109n., 111n., 157n., 253, 254, 295

Bedford Street, Individual Buildings
-, Alginate House 237–8; Pl. 71a
-, Castle Tavern 231
-, Cross Keys Tavern 231, 253
-, Jerome's Coffee House 151
-, Musaeum Minervae 254–8
-, Nos. 4–6 (Civil Service Supply Association) 258–9; Pl. 70a
-, Nos. 10–19 294–5
-, Nos. 10–11 254; Pl. 58a
-, Nos. 10–13 (Aldine House) 259; Pl. 71c.
-, Nos. 14–16 259–60; Pl. 70b
-, Nos. 17–19 260–1; Pls. 51a, 63a
-, No. 20 253, 294–5
-, No. 21 253–4, 294–5
-, No. 22 256, 262, 294–5
-, No. 23 255, 262, 294–5
-, Nos. 24–25 262, 294–5
-, No. 26 262, 295, 302–3
-, No. 27 262
-, No. 28 262, 295, 302–3
-, Nos. 29–30 253, 254, 262, 294–5
-, Nos. 31–32 262, 294–5
-, Nos. 33–34 294–5
-, No. 35 300–1
-, No. 36 254, 300–1
-, Nos. 37–40 294–5
-, Nos. 41–42 262–3; Pl. 71d

Bedfordbury 26, 28, 255n., 260, 263, 266, 267

Beech, William 263

Beecham, Henry 51

Beecham, Sir Joseph 51

Beecham, Sir Thomas 51, 52, 144

Beecham Estates and Pills Ltd. 52

Beedome, Francis 303

b Bell, John 109n.

Bell, John Gray 254

Bell Tavern 255–6

Bellamy, John 232

Bellgrove, Samuell 319

Belshaw, George and Mrs. 84

Belsize Park 217

Beltemon, Lady 193

b Bennett, John 102n., 273

Bennett, Sarah 131

a Bennett, T. P., and Son 250

Bennett's Court 22

b Benson, John (the elder) 28, 101n., 102, 275, 294–5

b Benson, John, junior 70, 101n., 102, 276

Bentley, Percival 111n.

Bentley, Richard 95

Berkshire, Countess of 152

Berkshire, Earl of (Charles Howard) 152, 187

Bernard, Captain 201

Bernard, Sir Robert 152

Berners Street (No. 54) 238

Berwick manor (Dorset) 22

Best, Dr. Jonah 254

a Best, R. H. 190n.

Bevans, Walter 309

Bever, Dr. 193

c Bevington, Henry 118

Bevis, John 254

Bielefeld, C. F. 229

Bielefeld's papier mâché works 200, 229; fig. 41 (p. 228)

Bigg, William 222

Bigg(s), Dr. 187

Billiard Table 200n.

Billingsley, Captain Lewis 254

Bingley, Charles B. 88

b Bingley, John 111n.

Bingley and Bragg 218

Birch, William 179

Birchley, William (John Austin) 187

b Bird, Stephen 228

Birnie, Sir Richard 58

Bishop, John 59n.

Bitridge, Benjamin 303

Black Bull Inn 240

Blackamoor Alley 181

Blackford, Alexander 153

Blackford, Edward 153

c Bladwell,— 108n.

Blake, Sir Richard 186

Blamey, Edwin 153

b Blenco, John 38n., 39n., 312–13, 320–1

Bleyden, Edward 127

Bloomsbury Square 81

Blount, Mountjoy (1st Earl of Newport) 97, 201

Blount, Thomas 187

Bludder, Sir Thomas 254

Blunt, Thomas 187

Bodker, Henry 314–15

Boen, William 92

Bohn, Henry George 197, 198, 232

Boleyn, William 21

Bond Street 218

Booker, Richard 297

Booksellers and publishers 11, 90, 152, 165, 187, 188, 193, 197, 198, 201, 209, 210, 219, 221, 231, 232, 236, 254, 259, 260, 262

Booth, Barton 195, 196, 219

Booth, Sir George (1st Baron Delamere) 231

bBooth, Richard, and Company 107n.

Boswell, James 133, 185n., 193, 194

Botanical Society 254

Boucher, Thomas 315

b Boucock,—see Miller and Boucock

Boughe, Captain Samuel 231

Boughton, Dr. Stephen 152

Boultby, John 211

Bourne, John Robert 46, 47, 85, 139, 140, 142, 143, 153, 154, 161n., 260, 261

Bournemouth (Sacred Heart R.C. Church) 120n.

b Bovis Ltd. 245

Bow Street 27, 36, 43, 61, 140, 185–92;fig. 45; Pl. 52a, c
-, first building leases (table) 294–7
-, residents 111n., 185, 187–8, 262, 295, 297

Bow Street, Individual Buildings
-, see also Covent Garden Theatre and Floral Hall
-, Chapman's Coffee House 185
-, Globe (public house) 13n., 187
-, Goat Tavern 192, 322
-, Grapes, The Pl. 53a
-, Magistrates' Court and Police Station 52, 188– 191; Pls. 60–1
-, Marquis of Anglesea (public house) 13n., 187
-, Miles's Coffee House 187
-, Russian Hotel Pl. 54b
-, Telephone Exchange 18, 191–2; Pl. 63c
-, Three Roses 185
-, Turk's Head Bagnio 88n.
-, Will's Coffee House 185
-, No. 1 52, 185, 308–9
-, No. 2 52, 294–5
-, No. 3 189, 190, 296–7
-, No. 4 185, 186, 188, 188n., 189, 190, 296–7; Pls. 60a, b, d, 61
-, Nos. 5–17 (former Nos.) 296–7
-, Nos. 7–8 (present Nos.) 182
-, No. 27 190
-, No. 29 186, 190
-, No. 30 186
-, Nos. 33–34 189; Pl. 60c
-, Nos. 35–36 296–7
-, No. 37 187, 296–7
-, No. 39 187, 308–9

Bow Street Runners 188

Bowers, Rev. George Hull 232

b Bowers, Robert 102n., 272, 274

Bowles, Sir Robert 97

Boyle, Richard (2nd Earl of Cork and 1st Earl of Burlington) 97

Boyle, Robert 215–18 passim

Bradbury, Captain William 179, 200

Bradley, John 92

Bradley, Joseph 92

Bradley, Thomas 21, 22

Bradshaw, John 319

Bradshaw, Sarah 321

Bradshaw, William and Ann 308–9

Bragg, — see Bingley and Bragg

Braint, Andrew 84

a Brandon, David 247

Brasenose College, Oxford 35

Brasseiur (Brewer), Robert 301

Braxton, Edward 231

Braxton's Coffee House 231

Bray, William 103

Breamer, Alexander 309

Brett, Captain 254

Brett, Richard 296, 298, 308

Brettingham,— 109

Brewer, Daniel 89

Brewer (Brasseiur), Robert 301

Brewer Street, St. James's (No. 62) 197

Brice, — see Johnson, John, Son, and Brice

b Brice (Bries), Ralph 28–9, 302–3

a Bridges, — see Pennington and Bridges

Bridges, Sir Thomas 152

Bridgman, Sir James 97

b Bries (Brice), Ralph 28–9, 302–3

Briggs, Daniel 301, 303

Brigham, Richard 29, 36, 263, 264, 294–5

Brigham, Thomas 263

Brinsden, Dr. John 153

Britannia Tavern 84–5; Pl. 44c

British and Foreign School Society 62, 63n.

British Chess Club 161

British Railways 147

Broad Court 40, 44, 45, 186, 187, 191; Pls. 52b, 59a

a Brock, — see Habershon and Brock

b Brodwaie, William 102n., 272

b Brokenbury, — 104n.

b Brokenbury, Nathaniel 104n.

Brome, Richard 4, 7, 100n., 192, 322

Brooke, Robert (of King Street) 303

Brooke, Robert (of York Street) 311

Brooke(s), Sir John 152, 305

Brookwood (cemetery) 125

Brothels and prostitution 57, 83, 133, 181, 183, 186–7, 196, 200, 226, 322

Broughton, Captain 209

Broughton, William 318–19

Broun(c)ker, William (2nd Viscount Brouncker) 96

Brown, Lady 209

c Browne, — 79

a Browne, E. H. 62

Browne, Sir George 231

Browne, Henry 35

Browne, John (fl. 1638) 264

Browne, John (surgeon, fl. 1703–4) 188

b Browne, Mathewe 304–5

Browne (Broune), Richard (fl. 1536) 21

Browne, Richard (fl. 1634–7) 297

Browne, Thomas 297

b Brownley, — 124n.

Broxholme, Dr. Noel 96

Brunetta, Jerom 317

Bryan, Captain 201

Bryan, Robert 301

Brydges, — 108n.

Brydges (now part of Catherine) Street 27, 35, 199–201, 269; fig. 45
-, first building leases (table) 296–7
-, residents 201, 297

Brydges Street, Individual Buildings
-, see also Drury Lane Theatre
-, Billiard Table 200n.
-, Duke of York's Head Tavern 200
-, Fleece Tavern 200
-, Rose Tavern and Coffee House 200
-, Windmill Tavern 200
-, Nos. 1–7 310–11
-, Nos. 8–17 296–7
-, No. 25 201

a Brydon, J. M. 238

b Bucke, William 189

Buckingham Street, Strand (No. 22) 237

Buckley, — see Cox, Sons and Buckley

Builder, The (now Building), offices 201, 202; Pl. 71b

Builders' Accident Insurance Company 262

Building, licences for 26–7, 33, 36, 98

Building, proclamations concerning 25, 26

Bulfeilde, Thomas 309

Bull Inn Court 240, 243, 245, 247, 249

c Bunce, William 111n.

Bunch of Grapes 197

Burdett, Sir Francis 58

Burdett-Coutts, Baroness 224

b Burford, Richard 271

Burghley (Burleigh), John, Lord 35, 223

Burghley House see Exeter House

Burleigh Street 36, 43, 223–5, 227n.

Burleigh Street, Individual Buildings
-, St. Michael's Church 223–4; fig. 40 (p. 224)
-, Nos. 11–13 223, 237
-, No. 14 (St. Paul's rectory house) 17, 224–5; Pl 62b

Burlington, 1st Earl of 97

Burlington, Lord (3rd Earl) 107

b Burman, Thomas and Rebekas 105n.

Burn, Peter 87

Burnell, 'Viscount' (Edmund Dunch, 1st Baron Burnell) 96

Burnet, Boyd 84

Burnet, Boyd, and Company 165

Burnet, Richard 84

Burney, Dr. 111

Burnham, 1st Lord (Edward Levy-Lawson) 249

c Bursco, Thomas 108n.

Burston,— 319

Burt, Nicholas 193

Burtby, Francis 301

Busley, Thomas 92

Butcher, Robert 40

Butler, Dr. 193

Butler, Samuel 183, 187

Buttanshaw, M. N. 251

Butterfick, Mathew 317

a Butterfield, William 17, 68, 118, 119, 120, 122, 224

Button, Daniel 192

Button's Coffee House 90, 192

c Byfield,— 109n.

Calbeck, Hannah 198

a Calcott, Albert 169

Caledonian Coffee House Pl. 54d

Callaghan, John 59

Callaghan's Coffee House 87

Callcott, J. W. 111

Calveley, Lady 96

Camden, London Borough of 18

Campbell, Colen 66, 70, 71, 80

Campbell, James 90

a Cantwell, Joseph 108, 109, 110, 157n.

Carey, (Carewe), Lady 187

Carey, Sir Edmund 185

Carlisle, Earl of (Edward Howard) 97

Carlisle House see Russell Place

c Carmell, Thomas 104n.

Carmichael, John 303

c Carne, Andreas 102, 102n., 280

b Carne, Charles 264

Carpenters' Company 6

Carr, Robert (Earl of Somerset) 192, 193

Carter, Abraham 91

a Carter, Edward 28, 29n., 30, 101, 125, 126, 165, 281, 304–5

Carter, Francis 28

Carter, George 219

Carter, John 175, 175n., 176–8

Carter, Thomas 264

b Carter, Thomas 104n.

Carter, William 28

Cartwright, Lady 97

Carver, George 317

Carver, Robert 188

Cary, Henry (2nd Earl of Monmouth) 26

Castle Court 265

Castle Street (now Charing Cross Road) 190

Castle Tavern 231

Castlehaven, Lady 231

Castlehaven, Countess of 187

Catherine Street see also Brydges Street 9, 35, 36, 199–204

Catherine Street, Individual Buildings
-, see also Drury Lane Theatre and Duchess Theatre
-, Nos. 2–6 (even) 201–3; Pl. 71b
-, No. 21 203–4
-, No. 23 (Opera Tavern) 203–4; Pl. 67b
-, No. 27 200

c Catlin, Robert 108n.

Caus (Caux) see de Caus

b Causeway, — 109n.

Cavendish Square 16

Cecil, Sir Robert (1st Earl of Salisbury) 24, 24n., 29, 223, 267

Cecil, Thomas (1st Earl of Exeter) 223

Cecil, Sir William (1st Lord Burghley) 22, 23, 35, 223, 270

Cecil Estate 223

Cecil family 29, 223, 225

Cecil House see Exeter House

Celeste, Madame 247

Central Association of Master Builders of London 262

Century Theatre see also Adelphi Theatre 249

Chadwick, Edwin 44

a Chadwick, Spencer 238, 249

Chamberlain, Austen 50

Chamberlen, Dr. Hugh 153

Chandos, Lord (3rd Baron Chandos) 263

Chandos Place (formerly Street) 19, 24, 27, 31, 32, 35, 36, 42, 263–5, 267, 270; fig. 45; Pls. 51c, 58a
-, residents 111n., 153, 216, 265

Chandos Place, Individual Buildings
-, Aldine House 259; Pl. 71c
-, Charing Cross Hospital Medical School 263,265
-, Peabody Buildings 265
-, Three Tuns Tavern 264
-, Nos. 1–5 (Civil Service Supply Association) 258–9; Pl. 70a
-, No. 5 264; Pl. 75
-, Nos. 8–15 264
-, Nos. 60–65 264, 265, 294–5
-, Nos. 66–68 259, 264, 265, 294–5

b Channel(l),— 79

b Channell, John 207

b Chaplin, John 38n., 39n., 312–13, 318–19

b Chaplin, Thomas 186

Chapman,— 165

b Chapman,— 38n.

Chapman, George 311

Chapman's Coffee House 185

Charing Cross 87, 126, 147

Charing Cross Hospital Medical School 263, 265

Charing Cross Road 190

Charing Cross Station 137

Charles I 2, 3, 25, 26, 32, 98–9, 101, 103, 205, 255, 256, 257, 258
-, painting and statues of 79, 105, 106, 125–6

Charles II 35, 36, 126, 257

Charles (now part of Wellington) Street 27, 36, 77, 91, 92, 94, 195–6, 197; fig. 45
-, first building leases (table) 298–9
-, residents 57, 196, 299

Charles Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bunch of Grapes 197
-, Coach and Horses 196
-, Hanover Coffee House 196
-, Queen's Head Pl. 54a
-, St. Mary le Strand parsonage 195–6
-, Vendu, The 195
-, Wine Vaults 197
-, Nos. 1–10 298–9
-, Nos. 11–17 see Nos. 42–30 (even) Wellington Street

Charles (now Macklin) Street, St. Giles in the Fields 241

Charleton, Dr. Walter 187, 197

b Charlewood, Daniel 84, 264, 304–5

b Charley, Thomas 78, 102, 102n., 279, 287

Charlwood,— 135, 147

Chatterton, F. B. 249

a Chawner, Thomas 182, 227, 228

Chedworth, Lord (2nd Baron Chedworth) 11, 153, 165

Cheere, Sir Henry 154

Chelsea 257n

Chenies (Buckinghamshire) 22

Chester, Thomas 315

Chesterfield, 1st Earl of 254

Child, Francis 233

Childe, James Warren 254

b Chipchase, William 109

b Christmas, James 108n.

b Christmas, Richard 109n., 111n.

Church Building Commissioners 109n., 223

Church Building Fund, Bishop of London's 41

Church Place 262

Churchill, Charles 194

Cibber, Colley 195, 196, 209

Cider Cellar Tavern 241

City Centre Properties 250

Civil Service Supply Association 258–9; Pl. 70a

Civil War 7–8

Clanricarde, 5th Earl and Marquis of 8n., 197

Clanricarde, Marchioness of 96, 152

Clark, H. D. 250

Clarke, — 240

Clarke, Edward Marmaduke 226

Clarke, Francis 292

b Clarke, Richard 271

b Clarke (Clearke), Samuel(l) 78, 102n., 272, 289, 298–9

Clarke, Thomas 313

b Clarke, Thomas 111n.

Clarke, Sir William 187

Clarkson, Willy 203

Claudet, Antoine 219

Clay, Captain Richard 227, 228

Clayton, Richard 294–5

c Cleare, Richard 105

b Cleare, William 105, 206

Clearke, Samuell seeClarke

Clee, Dr. Henry 152

Clein, Francis 97

a Clemence, Frank

b Clemence, John 13, 249, 260, 262, 265

Clerkenwell (Westminster bridewell) 61

Cleveland Street, St. Pancras 57, 61

Cley, Dr. Henry 152

c Clifton, John 102n., 280

Clifton, William 192, 200, 309

Clincard, Gabriell 302

Cloake, George 87

Closterman, John 96

Clothier,— 105, 105n.

Clotworthy, Sir John 181

Clow, Catherine 154

Clunn, Alfred John 84

Clunn, Thomas (I and II) 84

Clunn's Hotel 84, 85

a Clutton, Henry 14, 17, 82, 85, 86, 93, 119, 120, 122, 125, 153, 165, 166, 168, 232, 238, 239

Coach and Horses 196

Coats, Dr. Charles 209

b Cobbett, Pitt 111n., 157n.

Cobbett, William 209

Cobden, Bartholomew 303

Cochran, C. B. 250

Cock, Christopher 87

Cock Court 240

Cockaine, Henry 301

Cockpit playhouse (Drury Lane) 10

Coffee houses 10, 11, 46n., 57, 83, 84, 151, 185, 192, 231
-, Individual coffee houses are indexed both by name and under streets

Colbatch, Dr. John 92

b Cole,—see Sharpington and Cole

Coleman, George and Edward 210

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 153

Colladine, Dr. John 152

Colladon, Sir John 97

Collett, John 153; Pl. 29b

b Collins, Joseph 86

Colliton, Lady 187

Collop, George 131

b Colls, W. A. and J. H. 237

b Colls and Sons 201

Colman, George, the elder 97

b Colston, Edmund 102n., 272

Commissionaires, Corps of 250, 262

Commissioners for Buildings 26, 27, 32, 33

Commissioners for Highways and Sewers 35, 130, 197, 199

Commissioners for Sequestrations in Middlesex 126

Commissioners of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues 42, 43, 44, 135, 136, 182, 186, 187n., 208, 223, 225, 226, 227–8

Commissionersof Works and Public Buildings 189, 190

Communist Party of Great Britain 262

Comon Garden 32, 267

Composers and musicians resident in Covent Garden 92, 97, 107, 111, 153, 159, 188, 193, 195, 196, 209, 218, 231, 232

Conduit Court 180, 181, 269

Conduit Street, Mayfair 217, 218

Confessions of an English Opium Eater 198

Conquest, Dr. Charles 187

Constable, (Captain) Thomas 152, 183, 304–5

Constable, Sir William 96

Convent garden 19, 21, 205, 239

Convent of St. Peter, Westminster see Westminster Abbey

Conway, Edward (3rd Viscount Conway) 254

Cook, Major 179

Cook, George 184

Cook, Thomas 209

Cooke, Lady 307

Cooke, Benjamin 314

Cooke, Charles Gomond 217, 218

Cooke, Edward 187

Cooke, John 201

b Cooke, Robert 101, 272, 273, 274

Coombes, Richard 317

Cooper, Sir Antony Ashley (1st Earl of Shaftesbury) 254

Cooper, John 304–5

Cooper, Samuel 152, 231

Cooper's Arms 183–4

Copartnership of the New Invention of Lights 206n.

Cope, Sir John 231

Cope, Sir William 299

Corbett, Lady 152

Corbett, Sir Richard 187

Corder, James 57, 58, 59

Cork, 2nd Earl of 97

Cornwall, Widow 299

Corpus Christi R.C. Church, Maiden Lane 217, 241–3; Pl. 62a

Corsbie, Richard 84, 91

Corsbie's Coffee House 91

Cosin, John (Bishop of Durham) 192

Coslett, R. G. 223

Cotterell, Sir Charles 79, 96

Cotton, Jack 250

Cotton, Sir John (fl. 1637–8) 179

Cotton, Sir John (fl. 1716–20) 96, 218

Cotton, Thomas (fl. 1654) 129

Cotton, Thomas (fl. 1709–21) 315

Country Life 18, 219–21; Pls. 72–3

Courteville, Raphael 153

Courteville, Raphael 153

Coveley (Covell), Lady 187

Covent Garden see also Bedford Estate (Covent Garden); Convent Garden; St. Paul's Parish; Walls, boundary
-, origin of name 19
-, social character 7–8, 10–11, 13–14, 42, 44–5, 57, 60, 82–4, 132–3, 137, 151, 152, 178–9, 181–2, 183, 185, 186–7, 192–3, 195, 196, 197, 199–200, 208–9, 218, 225, 226, 230–1, 240–1, 253, 254, 263, 264, 265, 267, 269, 270

Covent Garden (play by Nabbes) 10, 99n., 322

Covent Garden Area 18, 146, 147; fig. 18 (p. 146)

Covent Garden Chambers 168

Covent Garden Estate Company 51–2

Covent Garden Hotel 232

Covent Garden Market 8, 9–10, 12, 14, 15, 35, 37, 42, 43, 48, 50, 51, 52, 55n., 57, 80, 83, 129–50; figs. 15–19 (pp. 134, 136, 141, 146, 148); Frontispiece, Pls. 26–9, 34–43
-, Acts of Parliament relating to see under Parliament

Charter (1670) 130, 138n., 145; fig. 17 (p. 141)
-, criticism of 129, 132, 133, 138, 139, 142, 144
-, expansion
-, in Piazza 9, 11, 12, 42, 80, 91, 93, 94, 130–3 passim, 137–40 passim
-, into surrounding streets 12, 14, 42, 44, 57, 135, 137–8, 139–40, 142, 152, 179, 181–2, 190, 193, 196, 209, 218, 222, 231
-, Flesh, Fish and Fowl Market (proposed) 37–8
-, Floral Hall (Foreign Fruit Exchange) 12, 17, 81, 140, 141, 188; Pl. 42b
-, Flower Market 14, 52, 137, 138, 139, 140, 149–50, 196; Pls. 43, 47a
-, Fowler's Market Buildings 12, 16, 135–40 passim, 147, 149; figs. 15, 16(pp. 134, 136); Pls. 36–42
-, Jubilee (Foreign Flower) Market 14, 140, 150; Pl. 47c.
-, leases 9, 37, 131, 132, 135
-, origins 129–30
-, public ownership of 139, 142–3, 144, 145
-, rating 56–7
-, rebuildings 42, 131, 132, 135–6
-, removal of (proposed) 138, 138n., 144, 147
-, revenues 9, 10, 12, 14, 42, 48, 131, 132, 135, 137, 140–1, 142, 143, 146
-, Russell Street area 140, 193
-, sale of 15, 50–1, 143–4
-, Tavistock Row area 139–40, 142
-, tolls 12, 46, 47n., 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 137, 138, 139, 142, 143, 147, 223

Covent Garden Market Authority 145–7

Covent Garden Market Ltd. 145

Covent Garden Properties Company Ltd. 52, 145–6, 184

Covent Garden Theatre (Royal Opera House) 10, 16–17, 41, 51, 52, 81, 88, 89, 90, 140, 184, 186, 187, 188, 190n.; Pl. 33

Coventry, Lord (1st Baron Coventry) 255, 256

Coventry Street 227

Covett, Lady 231

Cowper, Catherine 321

Cox, E. Y. and T. 251

Cox, John 84

Cox, Joshua 156

b Cox, Robert 111n.

Cox, W. H. Bingham 210

b Cox, William 109n.

Cox, Sons and Buckley 251

Cox and Sons 208, 251

Craig, C. A. 110

Cranbourn Street 43, 152, 227

Cranburne, Lady 97

Cranfield, James (2nd Earl of Middlesex)

Craven, Lady 187

Creed, Cary 254

Crew, Nathaniel (3rd Baron Crew and Bishop of Durham) 96, 97

a Crickmay and Sons 263

b Crockstone, Miles 102n., 271

Croft, Richard 90

Crofts, Sir Henry 152, 231

Croft(s), Sir Humphrey 231, 299

a Crompton,—see Lander, Bedells and Crompton

Crompton, Richard 160

a Cross, Alfred 154, 251

a Cross, W. S. 81, 85, 153, 236, 260

Cross Court 44, 48, 190

Cross Keys Tavern 231, 253

Crosse, Richard 232

Crosse, Robert 297

Crown Court 44, 45, 48, 191

Crumpton, Sir Robert 179

Crutchley, Mrs. 226

b Cubitt, William 13, 136

b Cubitt, William, and Company 13, 82, 84, 85, 86, 120, 138, 139, 140, 149, 165, 249

Culpeper, Sir Thomas, the elder 96

Cunditt, Leonard 181

Cunningham, Sir David 179, 240

Curl Court 22

Curll, Edmund 187–8

b Currie,— 156

b Curtis, John 39n., 314–15

Curtis, Philip 299

Cuttress (Cuttriss), George 89

Dacres, Elizabeth (Countess of Sheppey) 97

Dalmaine, C. 111n.

Dance, George (the younger) 110

Dance, Nathaniel 222

Danish agent 264, 265

Dannett and Company 191

Danvas, John 211

Dart, William 218

Dauson, John 23, 24

a Davenport, John 207

Davies, Thomas and Mrs. 193–4

b Davies, Thomas 108n.

a Davis,—see Mewes and Davis

a Davis, Daniel 81n.

c Davis, Edward 246

Davis, Humefrey 292

b Davis, James 78, 291

Davis, Paul 301

Davis, Thomas 295

b Davis, Thomas 271

Davison, Thomas J. R. 85, 138, 139, 190

Dawes, Sir Thomas 125, 126n.

Dawson, Gyles 301

b Dawson, Joseph 105

Dawson, William 266

Dawson's Alley 267

c Daymond, Messrs. 201

Deacon, James 223

b Deane, Jeremie 296

Deanery Garden, Sonning 219

Debenham, Storr and Sons 155

De Burgh, Ulick (5th Earl and Marquis of Clanricarde) 8n., 197

a De Caus (Decause, de Caux), Isaac 2, 5, 28, 29, 30, 71, 76, 80, 282, 299

De Caus, Salomon 28, 29

Declaration of Sports 322

c De Keyser, Willem 79n.

Delamaine, Richard 201

Delamere, Lord (1st Baron Delamere) 231

Delane, Dennis 153

Denbighshire (Crown lands) 258

Denmark Court 61, 225

Denny, Sir Anthony 21

Dent, J. M. (and Sons) 254, 259

Denton, Dr. 97

Denton, Samuel 235

Denton, William 97, 187

De Quincey, Thomas 198

De Ryck, William 97

Designs of Inigo Jones (William Kent) 107n.

Dethicke, George 309

b Devall, George 38n.

b Devall, John 40n.

Devaux, Sir Theodore 241

De Veil, Sir Thomas 188

De Vere, Aubrey (20th Earl of Oxford) 96

Devoe, Lady 241

b Devorux, Robert 104n.

Dewet, Colonel 254

De Wilde, Samuel 223

b Diamond, William 39n., 316–17

Dickson, James 254

Digby, Lord (2nd Earl of Bristol) 102n.

Digby, Lady Elizabeth 152

Digby, Sir Kenelm 96

Dingley, Henry 21

Dives, Sir Lewis 231

Dobb, Thomas 165

Docwra, Sir Thomas 21

Dodd, Daniel 188

Dodd, Thomas 219

Dodington, George 97

Dodington, George Bubb (1st Baron Melcombe) 97

a Doll, C. Fitzroy 122, 214

Dollan, Robert 309

Donne, Dr. John, the younger 199, 201

Dorigny, Sir Nicholas 153

Dorrell, Lady 152

Dorrell, Rev. Edward 153

Dorset, 6th Earl of (Charles Sackville) 187

Douglas, Dr. 97

Douglas, George (4th Baron Mordington) 96, 188

Douglas, James 97

Douglas, Dr. William 209

Doxat, Lewis 232

Draper, A. C. S. 214

Draper, Lady Mary 96

Draper, Sir Thomas 96

Drayton, William 303

Drewett, Giles 299

Drury, Thomas 84

Drury family 269

Drury House 269

Drury Lane 10, 19, 44, 48, 239, 269–70

Drury Lane Theatre (Theatre Royal) 16, 35, 40, 41, 45, 51, 52, 89, 96, 187n., 200, 201, 209, 211, 231, 249
-, Company of Proprietors 44

Dryden, John 183, 185

Dubber, Mrs. 192

Duberley, James 89

Duchess Theatre 199, 200, 203; fig. 31 (p. 203)

Duesbury, William and Company 231, 254

Duesbury and Keene 232, 254

Duke, Dr. Edward 179, 187

Duke of York's Head Tavern 200

Duke's Court 44, 48, 190; Pl. 59c

Dunch, Edmund (1st Baron Burnell) 96

Dungam, William 295

bDunnage, William M. 85

Dunnington, John 297

Durdant, John 301

Durham,—see Wilkinson, Howlett and Durham

Durham House, Strand 31

During, Robert 301

Dutch Ambassador 97

Eagle Court 44, 48, 270

Earl, Lucy 88n.

c Earp,— 242

Eastey, James 214

Eastey's Family Hotel 214

Eccardt, John 231

Eccles, John 231

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 224

Edouart, Rev. Augustin Gaspard 44

Edward VI 19, 21

Edwardes, George 249

Edwards, Elinor 154

Edwards, Humphrey 7–8, 152

Edwards, Robert 303

Eglyn (Egling), Dr. 193

Elections (parliamentary) 132–3; Pl. 34b

Elizabeth I 23

Elliott, William 315

Elm Close 180

Elm Street 180

Elmfield 269

b Embree, John 78, 288

Emily, Edward 233, 234

Emmerson, Henry 321

Endsleigh (Devon) 49

English Opera House see Lyceum Theatre

Ernle, Lord 49, 143

Erskine, Thomas (1st Earl of Kellie) 231

Essex Serpent 13n., 153–4

b Es(t)bourne, Martin(e) 69, 72, 78, 101n., 102n., 279, 290

Es(t)court, Richard 179, 222

Evans, Elizabeth 262

Evans, Thomas 301

Evans, W. C. 168

Evans, William 271

Evans's (Green's) Hotel and Music Hall 168, 169n., 178; Pl. 67a

Evelyn, George 152

Evelyn, John 192, 194

Eversfield, Charles 210

Exchange Court 240x

Exeter (Higher and Lower Markets) 147

Exeter, 1st Earl of 223

Exeter, 4th Earl of 35

Exeter, 2nd Marquis of 43, 227, 227n., 228, 229

Exeter (formerly Cecil and Burghley) House 23, 35, 36, 199, 223, 270; fig. 1 (p. 20); Pls. 1, 10

Exeter Street 19, 22, 36, 223, 225–6, 229, 270
-, school 62, 226
-, workhouse 61, 225

Exeter Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bell Tavern 225–6
-, News of the World printing house 46n., 226
-, Old Bell (public house) 226, 228–9
-, Royal Panopticon Institute of Science 226

Fabian Society 129, 142, 144

Falconbridge, Lord 96

Falstaff Club 168–9

Falwater, Martha 303

Fancourt, Elizabeth 315

Fane, Mildmay (2nd Earl of Westmorland) 96–7

Fantus Company International Division 147

Farr, William 211

Farran, Rev. George 254

Farrer, William 210, 312–13

b Faulkner, John 245

Fawcett, H. O. 154

Fee-farm grants (definition) 33, 33n.

c Fehr, H. C. 214

b Fell,— 104n.

b Fendall, Josias 294–5, 302–3

Feoffees for the purchase of impropriations 99

Fermanagh, Lady 219

Ferne, Henry 321

a Field, Horace

Fielding, Henry 188

Fielding, Sir John 188

Fielding, Dr. Robert 152

Fielding Club 161, 161n.

Fiennes, Nathaniel 96

Filkins, Henry 301

a Finch Hill, W. 168

Fire of London 9, 253

Fire plugs 60

Fishbourne, John 308–9

Fisher, John Abraham 97

Fitz, Theophilus 197

a Fitzroy Doll, C. 122, 214

Fitz William, John (2nd Earl FitzWilliam) 209

Fitz-Williams, Lord 96

Flats and residential chambers 44, 85, 238, 251

Fleece Tavern 200

Fleetwood, Charles 201

b Fletcher, John 131n.

Fletcher Buildings 48

a Flitcroft, Henry 40

Floral Hall 12, 17, 81, 140, 141, 188; Pl. 42b

Floral (formerly Hart) Street 19, 27, 28, 34, 43–4, 61, 73, 77, 88, 89, 137, 169, 180–2, 184, 186, 268, 296–7; fig. 45; Pl. 62c
-, residents 59, 109n., 182, 187
-, schools 7n., 62, 181–2

Floral (formerly Hart) Street, Individual
-, Buildings
-, St. Paul's Institute 51, 52, 63
-, Nos. 9–10 52
-, No. 11 62, 181
-, No. 12 62–3, 181, 182; Pl. 62c
-, No. 16 181
-, No. 24 158, 182; Pl. 74b
-, Nos. 46–47 182; Pl. 74a
-, Nos. 48–49 181
-, No. 52 182
-, No. 53 181

Florence, Duke of 97

Flower and Company 93

Flower Market see under Covent Garden
-, Market

Follard (Fulwood), Lady 193

b Foltrop, John 39n., 312–13, 314–15, 316–17, 318–19

Fones, Humphrey 301

Foote, Maria 232

Ford, Sir Edward 97

a Ford, G. M. 249

Ford, G. S. 234

Fordyce, Dr. George 231

Foreign Flower (Jubilee) Market 14, 140, 150; Pl. 47c

Forrest, James 299

Forrest, John 299

Fortescu, Alice 21

Fortescu, John 21

Fortescu (Forthku), Sir John 21, 31

Fortescu(Foscue) Lane 269

Foster, Sir Humphrey 76, 77, 298

Foster, Richard 311

Foucaute, Diddier 264

Foundling Hospital 144

a Fowler, Charles 135, 137, 147

Fowles, Lady Dorothy 187, 297

Frances Court 240

a Francis, Messrs. 158

Franck, Johann 195

Franckland, Charles 304–5

Franklin, Sir John 201

Franklin, Sir Richard 254

Fraser, Alexander 260

Free Society of Artists 241

Freeman,— 305

Freeman, Augustus 153

Freeman, John 201

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street 133

Freezwell, Sir John 254

c French, John 111n.

French, Samuel, and Company 210

French residents 7, 7n.

French school 7n., 181

Friars Pyes 19, 21–2, 23, 24, 25, 31, 35, 36, 205; fig. 1(p. 20)

b Frith, Richard 186

Froome, Isaac 167

a Fry, G. F. 222

Fulwood (Follard), Lady 193

Gann, Abraham 89

Garden Lane 180

Gardener's Chronicle 196

Gardiner, Cary, Lady 178, 179

Gardiner, George 296

Gardiner, Sarah 89

Gardiner, Thomas 312–13

Gardner, Robert 260

Gardner, Dr. William 209

Garrard, George 33

Garrick, David 152, 179, 193, 194, 210, 211, 214

Garrick, Mrs. David 211

Garrick Street 12–13, 43, 44, 156

Gascoigne, Henry 22

Gascoyne, James 301

Gaspey, Thomas 219

Gatti, Agostino and Stefano 243, 245, 249

Gatti, J. M. and R. 245

Gatti family 250

Gawdy, Sir Charles 96

Geological Society 254

George,— 280

George, William 312–13

b George, William 78, 102n., 278, 287

Gerard, Charles (1st Baron Gerard and 1st Earl of Macclesfield) 96

German,— 264

Gerrard, Lady Jane 152

Gibbons, Arthur 203

Gibbons, Grinling 122, 186, 187; fig. 14 (p. 124)

Gibbons, Dr. William 152

Gibbs, Dr. 311

Gibbs, Major 182

Gibson, George 299

Gibson, Roger 299

Gibson, Thomas 196

Gideon, Sir William 265

Giffard, John 209

Giffard, Dr. Robert 297

Gilbert, Very Rev. Daniel 241

Gilbert, Captain James 179

Gilbert, W.S.

Giles, Mrs. 317

b Gillingham, George 40n.

Gilpin, William 188

Gilpin, William Sawrey 188

Gimonde, Pietro 130n.

Gladstane, Thomas 247

Glasse, Hannah 219

Glisson, Dr. Francis 254

Globe (public house) 13n., 187

Goat Tavern 192, 322

Goddard, William 309

Godfrey (Hanckwitz), Ambrose (1) 215–17, 218, 312–13

Godfrey, Ambrose (II and III) 217

Godfrey, Ambrose Towers 217

Godfrey, Boyle 217

Godfrey, John 217

Godfrey and Cooke 217–18

Goldsbury, Captain George 241

Goldsmith, Oliver 194

Goodall, — 110

b Goodall, Thomas IIIn.

b Goode,— 104n.

Goodericke, Elizabeth 104n.

c Goodricke (Goodrich), Mathew 69, 101n., 102, 279

Goodricke (Goodriche), Captain Daniel 187, 201

Goodwin's Court 267

c Gordon, George 243

Gordon, Robert (4th Viscount Kenmure) 8n., 152

Gordon Hotel 84, 85

Gordon riots 188

Gorges, Edward (1st Baron Gorges) 152

Gorges, Richard (2nd Baron Gorges) 152

a Gorham, John 160

Gosling, Humphrey 23

Gostoberry, Gril 321

Gouge, Edward 96

Gough, Thomas 200, 311

Goupy, Lewis 153

Grand Hotel (King Street) 167, 168

c Grant,—see Hurley and Grant

Grapes, The (Bow Street) Pl. 53a

a Gray, Charles 17, 208, 223, 237

Gray, Robert IIIn.

c Gray, William III, IIIn.

Great Denmark Court 225

Great Hart Street 180

Great Marylebone Street (No. 42) 238

Great Queen Street 28, 80

Greater London Council 18

Greaves, Sir Edward 231

b Green,— 105

Green, John ('Paddy') 168

Green's see Evans's

Greene, Lady 152

Greene, Paule 301

Greenefeild (Greenvile), Captain 152

a Greenwood,—see Lutyens, Robert, and Greenwood

a Grellier, William 118

Gresley, George 298–9

Grey, Henry (10th Earl of Kent) 97

Grey, Thomas (2nd Earl of Stamford) 96

Gribbs,— 317

Griffin, Lady 97

Griffith, Margaret 159

Grignion, Charles 180

c Grignon, Daniel 108

c Grignon, Thomas (the elder) 104n., 108

c Grignon, Thomas (the younger) 104n., 105n., 111, 118

Grimshaw and Sons 61

Gronous, Joseph 316–17

Groscourt, John 92

Groves, Humphrey 295

Guardian Assurance Company 157

a Gubbins, James 83

Guerin, Peter 235

Gyde, James 315

Gye, Frederick 88, 140

a Habershon and Brock 201

Haddock, Richard 87

Haddock's Bagnio 84, 87

Hadham, Reginald de 19

Haedy, Christopher 41, 62, 227n.

Hales, Sir Edward 96

Half Moon Passage or Street 6, 27, 32, 209, 253

Half Moon Tavern 35

Hall, Robert 315

b Hall, Thomas 38n., 131n.

Hamburger, Rogers and Company 158

Hamilton, Archibald 301

Hamilton, Sir John (1st Lord Bargeny) 254, 295

Hanckwitz, Ambrose Godfrey see Godfrey, Ambrose (I)

Hand Court 62, 240, 241

Hanmo(o)re, Sir Thomas 179, 307

Hanover Coffee House 196

Hanover Place 181, 182; Pl. 74a

Harbert, Charles 299

Harbord, William 152

a Hardwick, Thomas 61, 68, 104n., 108–9, 110, 111, 118, 119, 122, 123, 124

Hardy, Thomas 219, 226

Hargreave, Major-General 254

Harper, John 201

Harper, Sir John 305

b Harriot(t), Thomas 38n., 39n., 314–15

Harris,—(s. of Renatus Harris) 107

Harris, E. Vincent 195

Harris, Henry 91

Harris, Captain Henry 196

Harris, Joseph and John 156

Harris, Lucy 198

Harris, Richard 4, 53, 104n., 125, 185, 199, 268, 268n., 296–7, 298–9, 310–11

Harris, Thomas 89, 188

Harris, William 301

a Harrison,— 84

c Harrison, Abraham 105n.

Harrison, Frederick B. 88

Harrison, George Marmaduke 92

Harrison, Henry Thomas 92

Harrison, James 303

b Harrison, Richard 308–9

Harrison, Stephen 88

Harrison, Thomas 87, 88, 92

Harrison, William 311

Hart, Charles 231

b Hart, William 102n., 272, 292

Hart Street see Floral Street

Harte, Dr. 182

Hartley's Plates 87

Hartlib, Samuel 101, 101n., 255–8 passim

Hartshorn Lane 32

Hat and Beaver Coffee House 91

Haveland, Daniel 87

Hawk, John 317

b Hawke, Johnson 62

Hawker, Thomas 96, 97, 187

Hawkes, Robert James 87, 88

Hawksbee, Calvin 91

Hawksmoor, Nicholas 66, 100, 119; fig. 3 (p. 66)

Hayes, Joseph 318–19

Hays, Dr. John 319

a Hayward, C. F. 165

Haywood (Howard), Thomas 185, 297

Haywood, William 103

b Hearn, W. 236

b Hearne, Cleophas 102n., 271

b Hearne, Elizabeth 102n., 274

Hearne, Jeremy 295

Heathcock Court 249

Hebburne, Mary and Alice 312–13

Heinemann, William 254

Henrietta Street 9, 27, 38, 77, 100, 230–9, 240; figs. 32 (p. 208) and 45; Pls. 48b, 84c
-, churchyard gateway 120n., 124, 230; Pl. 25a, b
-, first building leases (table) 298–301, 320–1
-, residents 7, 8, 105n., 231–2, 245, 299, 301, 321

Henrietta Street, Individual Buildings
-, Alginate House (formerly Woburn Chambers) 237–8; Pl. 71a
-, Ashley's Hotel 236
-, Bedford Head Tavern 231
-, Braxton's Coffee House 231
-, Castle Tavern 231
-, Covent Garden Hotel 232
-, Cross Keys Tavern 231, 253
-, Institute of Urology 235
-, Offley's 231
-, Paris Tavern 7
-, Rawthmell's Coffee House 231
-, Rummer Tavern 231
-, St. Paul's rectory house 127–8
-, Unicorn Tavern 95, 231
-, No. 1 320–1
-, Nos. 1–2 82, 232; Pl. 48b
-, No. 2 230, 320–1
-, No. 3 232–3, 320–1; Pl. 84a
-, No. 4 77, 95, 230, 232, 233, 298–9; Pl. 84a
-, Nos. 5–6 233–4, 298–9; Pl. 84a, b
-, No. 7 127, 128, 233–5, 240, 298–9; Pl. 84b
-, No. 8 231, 233–5, 298–9; fig. 42 (p. 235); Pls. 80a, b, 84b
-, Nos. 9–10 235–6, 298–9
-, No. 11 298–9
-, No. 12 236, 298–9
-, No. 13 231, 236, 298–9
-, No. 14 7, 231, 236, 300–1
-, Nos. 15–16 236, 300–1
-, Nos. 17–18 236–7, 300–1
-, Nos. 19–20 300–1
-, No. 22 237–8, 300–1; Pl. 71a
-, Nos. 23–24 230, 238, 300–1; Pl. 71a
-, No. 25 231, 300–1
-, Nos. 25–29 (St. Peter's Hospital) 238–9; Pl. 62d
-, Nos. 26–30 300–1
-, No. 31 230, 300–1
-, Nos. 32–33 300–1
-, No. 34 (present corner with Piazza, west side) 95, 239; Pl. 48b
-, Nos. 34–35 82, 300–1
-, No. 36 82, 95, 300–1
-, No. 37 (former corner with Piazza, west side) 70, 77, 95, 97, 300–1; Pls. 11, 12, 13a, 15b, 26, 29b

Henri's Bedford Head 241

Henry III 21

Henry VIII 19, 21, 22

Herbert, George 262

Herbert, Sir Henry 127

Herbert, William (1st Baron Powis) 231, 299

Herne, John 265

Hertford Street, Mayfair 161

Hester, Nicholas 303

Hewet, Captain William 319

b Hewetson, Henry 108n.

Hewett, Benjamin 311

b Hewett, Francis 102n., 280

Hewitt,—see White and Hewitt

Hewitt, James 93

Hicks, Sir Henry 153

a Higgins, J. W. 186

b Higgs, F. 250

b Higgs and Hill 260

Hill, James 301

Hill, Philip 52

Hill, Richard 321

Hill, Sir Rowland 209

a Hill, W. Finch 168

Hinchloe (Hinsloe), Dr. Henry 201, 298–9

Hippisley, John 188

b Hoare, George 156

Hoare, Captain Samuel 254

Hoare's Bank 167n.

Hobart (Hubbert), Lady 307

Hobart, Sir John 34

Hobart, Nathaniel (Mr. Hubard or Hubbert) 283, 288; fig.4 (p.74)

Hobby Horse 209

Hobhouse, John Cam 58, 58n., 59

Hobson,— 110

Hobson, Colonel 152

b Hockley,— 236

Hodges, William 84, 304–5

Hodgson, Richard 89

Hogarth, William 89, 180, 241; Pl. 30a

Holborne,— 307

Holborne, Lady 8n., 96

Holborne, Robert 96

Holborne, Sir Robert 96

Holcombe, Henry 193

a Holland, Henry 11, 40, 81, 87

Holland, James 179

Holland, Sir Nathaniel Dance 222

Holland, Richard 110

b Holland, Winsland and Holland 247

Hollar, Wenceslaus 4–5, 65, 230, 240; Pls. 1, 12a

Holles, Denzil (1st Baron Holles) 54, 79, 96

Hollingshead, John 168–9

Holloway, T. 211

b Holloway Brothers 120

b Holmes,— 157n.

Holmes, William 314–15, 318–19

b Holroyd, John 157n.

Holton, Ursula 321

Hone, Nathaniel 231

Honnor, John 294–5, 298, 299

a Hood and Huggins 184

Hop Garden 267

Hope, Robert 94, 298–9, 306–7

b Hopkins, William 111n.

Hopton, Dr. 201

a Horder, P. Morley 125

Horne, Robert 300–1

Hoskins, John 10, 253, 295

Hospital for Stone, The see St. Peter's
-, Hospital

Hotels and lodging houses 11, 14, 83, 84, 88, 186, 192, 242
-, Individual hotels are indexed both by name and under streets

House signs 312–20 passim

Howard, Charles (Earl of Berkshire) 152, 187

Howard, Sir Charles (3rd Earl of Nottingham) 179

Howard, Edward (1st Baron Howard) 201

Howard, Edward (Earl of Carlisle) 97

Howard, Samuel 188

Howard (Haywood), Thomas 185, 297

b Howard, W.B. 201

b Howard, William 13, 62, 153, 158, 161, 179, 182, 236, 251, 258–9, 262

Howarth, Sir Humphrey 153

Howe, John (2nd Baron Chedworth) 11, 153, 165

Howell, Susana 317

Howland, Elizabeth 37

Howland, John 37

Howlett,—see Wilkinson, Howlett and Durham

Hubbert (Hubard),—see Hobart, Nathaniel

Hubbert (Hobart), Lady 307

Hudson, Edward 219

Hudson, Thomas 193

Hudson, William 219

Hudson and Kearns 219

a Huggins,—see Hood and Huggins

Hughes, Thomas 321

a Hughs, Thomas 86

Hulbert, George 8n., 77, 78, 91, 306–7

Hummums Bagnio 84, 91–2

Hummums Hotel 82, 93

Hummums Hotel and Rockley's Ltd. 93

Humphrey, William 222

Hungerford, Sir Edward 265

Hungerford Market 137, 147, 265

b Hunney, Thomas 78, 292

Hunt, Thomas 255, 256

Hunter, William 83n., 96

Hurden, Francis 319

c Hurley and Grant 156, 157n.

Hurley Priory (Berkshire) 21

Hutchin, Susanne 301

Hutchinson, Christopher 298–9

b Hyde,— 243

c Hyde,— 108n.

Hyder, Joseph 303

a I'Anson, Charles and John

Imperial Hotel 94

Ince, William 218

c Ince and Mayhew 156

Inchiquin, 1st Earl of 97

Incorporated Society of Artists of Great Britain 241

Inge, John 84

Ingestre, Viscount 44

Ingleby, Sir Richard 179

Ingram, Sir Arthur 96

Ingram, Sir Peter 97

Inigo Place 262

a Innes,—see Nelson and Innes

Institute of Builders 262

Institute of Building 262

Institute of Urology 235

Investment Company Ltd. 232

b Ireland, Anthony 38n.

Ireland, John 241

b Ives, Edward 132n.

Jackson, Dr. 179, 303

Jackson, Abraham or Arthur 179

b Jackson, G., & Sons

b Jackson, W. (contractor) 168

b Jackson, William (joiner) 151

b Jackson and Shaw 229

Jacob, Sir Ian 145

James, Bridget 313

James, David 243

b James, John 230, 233, 234, 241

b James, Joseph 107, 108n.

James, Dr. Robert 209

James I 24, 25, 255

James II 257

James Street 27, 34, 87, 135, 142, 178–80; fig. 45
-, first building leases (table) 300–3
-, residents 57, 62, 179, 181, 301, 303

James Street, Individual Buildings
-, Britannia Tavern 84–5; Pl. 44c
-, St. Paul's rectory house 127–8, 178
-, No. 1 52, 86, 87, 88, 304–5
-, Nos. 2–5 52, 300–1
-, No. 6 52, 179, 300–1
-, No. 7 52, 179, 302–3
-, Nos. 8–9 17, 52, 179, 302–3; Pl. 74c
-, Nos. 10–10a (Nag's Head) 13n., 180
-, No. 25 302–3
-, No. 26 51, 52, 302–3
-, No. 27 52, 127, 128, 178
-, No. 28 178, 180, 302–3; Pl. 49a
-, No. 29 180, 302–3; Pl. 49a
-, No. 30 302–3; Pl. 49a
-, No. 31 52, 302–3; Pl. 49a
-, No. 32 84, 85, 302–3

Janson, Baernert 268n.

b Jarrett, Edward 102n., 271

b Jay, John 246

b Jeffes, Robert 107

Jeffryes, John 317

Jennings, Lady 231

Jennings, Daniel 233

Jennings, Richard 152

Jephson, Colonel William 152

Jepson, Colonel 152

Jermyn Street 206n.

Jerningham, Anne 22

a Jerningham, George 87

Jerome,— 151

Jerome's Coffee House 151

Jesson, William 197

c Johnson,— 108n.

a Johnson, Captain 105

Johnson, Barnard 268n.

Johnson, Charles 188

b Johnson, Edmund 78, 101n., 102n., 279, 291

Johnson, Captain Henry 105, 179

Johnson, John, Son, and Price 60n.

Johnson, Samuel 201

Johnson, Dr. Samuel 193–4, 225

b Johnstond,— 108n.

Johnstone, John Henry 222

a Jones, Charles

Jones, Henry 301

a Jones, Inigo 2, 2n., 6, 25–6, 27, 28, 29, 32, 64–7 passim, 76, 98n., 257n., 268, 322n.
-, and 4th Earl of Bedford 2, 25–6, 27, 29, 98, 99
-, and Piazza 2n., 6, 28, 64–6 passim, 70
-, and St. Paul's Church 6, 15, 66, 67, 98–103 passim, 104n., 108n., 120, 122
-, architectural sources 64–7
-, Clutton's appraisal of 119, 120
-, extent of influence in Covent Garden 5, 76, 77, 126

b Jones, James 320–1

Jones, T. Willis 246

Jonson, Ben 322n.

b Jordan, Abraham 39n., 316–17, 318–19

c Jordan, Abraham 107

Jordan, Thomas 187

Joy, Robert 90

Joy's (Hotel) 169n.

Joye, Dr. 179

Jubilee Market 14, 140, 150; Pl. 47c

a Jupp, Richard 110

Juxon, William (Bishop of London) 103



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