Index
A - J

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1975

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'Index: A - J', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 427-446. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47543 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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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, and the authors of unexecuted designs: a Architects, designers, engineers, and surveyors b Builders and allied tradesmen c Artists, craftsmen and decorators

Aachen 151

A Beckett, Gilbert Abbott 37

Abel, Sir Frederick 221, 222, 224, 226, 240

Aberdare, Baron see Bruce, Henry A.

Abinger, 1st Baron (James Scarlett) 321

Abinger, 3rd Baron 321, 358

Abinger, Sarah, Dowager Barones 363

Abney, Sir William 233

Acoustical Investigation and Research Organization 189n.

Acton, 1st Baron 304

a Adam, James 16, 17

a Adam, Robert 12, 16

a Adams, A. J. 331

Adams, C. F. 169

Adams, M. B. 193

Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge 87

Adelphi, Adelphi Terrace 16, 294

Admiralty 67, 117, 234

Adshead, S. D. 122

Aesthetic Movement 78

Agricultural rents 7, 16

Agricultural Society 296

Ainsworth, Miss 364

Aitchison, George 120

Aiton, John 320, 358

Albert, Prince Consort Pls. 9d, 39d, 42b, 47a, 56a
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 49–52 passim, 60, 61, 63, 64, 74, 124, 128, 135, 137
-, estate of 49, 52, 58–64 passim, 65, 124, 150, 177, 178, 265, 278, 296; fig. 19 (p. 82)
-, acquisition of, negotiations for 50, 54–6 passim, 57
-, proposed layouts 58, 60, 81, 92, 98
-, architecture, concern with 76–7, 78, 81, 98, 100, 104, 124, 125, 126, 128, 129, 139, 142, 151
-, domestic at South Kensington 63, 265, 268, 278, 279, 293, 296
-, art or design, concern with 58, 59, 75–6, 78, 81, 93, 98, 128, 129, 134–5, 148, 151
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and see under Cole, Sir Henry
-, Disraeli, and 50, 55, 61, 147

Albert, Prince Consort (continued)
-, educational aims of 49, 50–1, 52, 64, 72, 73, 74–7 passim, 96, 130, 148, 217
-, applied science and art 49, 51, 52, 74, 76, 80, 81, 129, 133, 148, 178, 234, 248, 260
-, Exhibition of 1862 (1861), and 137–9 passim, 140, 142, 145
-, Fowke, Francis, and 86, 87, 128, 139, 142
-, Gladstone, and 61, 64, 115
-, learned societies, and 51, 58, 178
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 64, 133–6 passim
-, music at South Kensington, and 84, 177
-, National Gallery, and 52, 58, 81, 140
-, personal 51, 56, 61, 74, 75, 77, 133
-, comment on, characteristics of 49, 50, 64, 76, 128, 135, 147, 148, 162, 167, 175, 177
-, Royal Albert Hall, idea of, and 64, 149, 177, 178, 179, 181
-, Royal Horticultural Society and its garden, and 64, 92, 93, 124–30 passim, 135, 142
-, Royal Society of Arts, and 76, 137, 138, 139, 142
-, Science and Art Department, and 51, 74 et seq., 98, 125, 135
-, sculpture, and 124, 125, 129–30, 133, 135, 148, 160, 165, 178
-, secretaries of (Grey, Gen. Charles; Phipps, Sir Charles) 50–1, 56, 61, 80, 104, 127, 137, 265, 275, 293
-, South Kensington, residential development and layouts, concern with 59, 265, 275, 277, 278
-, South Kensington Museum and collections, and 80, 98–9, 100, 104, 117
-, statues to or memorials of 64, 108, 110, 121n., 133, 135, 136, 148–76 passim, 178
-, other references 95, 131, 136, 203, 221, 233, 238, 240

Albert Court 347–8; Pl. 111b

Albert Court Syndicate 348

Albert Gotha Mansions 305

Albert Hall see Royal Albert Hall

Albert Hall Mansions, 67, 261, 342–5; fig. 97 (p. 344); Pls. 72b, 100

Albert Houses see Queen's Gate, Nos. 44–52

Albert Memorial 87, 92, 148–76, 178, 181, 193; Frontispiece, Pls. 40–7, 50a, 52a
-, canopy 157, 158, 162, 170, 171, 175; fig. 27 (p. 170); Pls. 42a, b, 43a, c, d
-, chronology of construction 154
-, costs 152, 154, 165, 167, 174
-, criticisms, opinions of 156, 164–5, 169, 175–6
-, cross 173
-, executive committee 154, 157, 160, 163, 164, 167, 171, 172, 173, 174
-, flèche 152, 153, 156, 156n., 157, 158, 169, 170, 175; Pls. 43b
-, foundations 155; fig. 26 (p. 154); Pls. 41a, c
-, gilding 157, 158, 159, 159n., 160, 161, 162, 170, 171, 175
-, granite 155–6, 157, 158, 158n., 159, 175; Pl. 42c
-, inscription 171
-, iron box-girder 157, 173; Pl. 41d
-, metals and metalwork 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 165, 169, 170, 171, 173, 174n.; Pl. 43a, b, c
-, mosaic work 156, 158, 169, 171; Pl. 42a
-, podium reliefs 159, 162–5, 175; Pls. 45–6, 52a
-, preservation and upkeep 156, 158, 159, 159n., 162, 165, 173–4
-, Prince's statue and pedestal 151, 156, 158, 158n., 159–62, 170, 171, 173, 174, 175; Pls. 42b, 47a
-, railings 171; fig. 28 (p. 172)
-, statuary groups (Africa, America, Asia, Europe; Agriculture, Commerce, Enginering, Manufactures) 159, 165–9; Pls. 44–5, 52a
-, steps 155, 156, 158n., 171, 175

Albert Memorial, Manchester 153

Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor 151, 152

'Albert University' 148

Aldershot (Prince Consort Library) 87

Aldin, Cecil 285

b Aldin, Charles 59, 262, 265, 269, 271, 277, 279, 283, 285, 306, 307, 359, 360, 361
-, building activities on Alexander estate 274–6, 283–5
-, on 1851 Commissioners' estate 282
-, on Harrington estate 268, 271–4, 285, 300
-, building methods 271, 273, 317
-, career summarized 269, 271, 285
-, house types 271, 272–3, 274, 275, 283, 284, 286, 300, 310, 311, 312–14; figs. 53, 55, 64, 70–1, 73, 75–8
-, Queen's Gate (lodge) 59

b Aldin, Charles, the younger 271, 285

b Aldin, W. F. 360

b Aldin, William 271, 285

Aldridge, Georgina (w. of John) 12

Aldridge, John 11, 12, 14, 54, 56, 58

Aldridge, Robert see Busby, Robert Aldridge

Alexander, Henry Browne 9, 10, 23, 58, 59, 59n., 264, 274, 277, 285, 301

Alexander, James Brace 9

Alexander, Rev. James Wadman 9

Alexander, Rev. John (senior) 9, 10

Alexander, John (junior) 9, 10

Alexander, Margaret (neé Browne) 9, 10

Alexander, Sybil Lascelles 9, 10

Alexander, William Henry 9, 10

Alexander (Thurloe) estate 8–11, 58, 262, 264, 272, 273, 274–93 passim, 301, 308, 310, 324; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53), plan B in end pocket

Alexander family 8, 9, 10, 263, 307

Alexander Square 8, 10

Alexandra, Queen (Princess of Wales) 130, 228, 346
-, statues of 121, 121n., 229n.

Alexandra Court see Queen's Gate, Nos. 171–176

Alexandra House see Queen Alexandra's House

Alexandra House Association 346

Alexandra Palace 89, 147n.

Alexandra Palace Company 147

Alexandria (English Church) 94

Alice, Princess 152, 167

Alford, Lady Marian 192

All Saints', Knightsbridge (vicar) 359

All Saints', Margaret Street 87

Allahabad Cathedral 342

Allahabad Pioneer 342

Allen, G. W. (later Sir George) 342

a Allen, Theophilus 342

Allen, William F. 359

Alliance Assurance building, St. James's Street 334

a Allison, Sir Richard 214, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260

a Allum, H. B. 259

Almshouses 3, 5–6, 15; Pl. 77b, c

Aluminium 135, 150, 194

Ames, Henry 360

b Amos (Easton and Amos and Sons) 128

a Ancell, W. J. 229

a Anderson, J. Macvicar 118, 225, 304

a Anderson, R. Rowand 222

Anderson, Sir William 217

Andrews (Franklin and Andrews) 334n.

a Andrews, Joseph 6.

Angerstein collection 80

Annesley, 4th Earl 155

Annual International Exhibitions see Exhibitions, 1871–4

Architects' commissions and fees 30, 36, 70, 119, 121, 125, 144, 153, 198, 208, 213, 229, 276, 345

a Architects Copartnership 247

Architectural Association 44, 88, 225, 244, 330

Architectural competitions see Competitions

Architectural decoration and detailing, importance of at South Kensington 86, 89, 92, 101, 103, 127, 142, 237

Architectural Museum 99, 118n.; Pl. 5d

Architectural profession and South Kensington 86, 87, 140, 145, 147, 147n., 176, 183, 185, 241, 254

Architectural styles, South Kensington attitude to 76–7, 89, 90, 103, 241

Ardwick, Manchester 188; Pl. 51c

Arena chapel, Padua 118

Argyle Villas 23

Argyll, 8th Duke of 149, 155

Arles (amphitheatre) 180, 181

c Armitage, E. 190

c Armstead, H. H. 160, 161, 162–5 passim, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 190

Armstrong, Prof. H. E. 240

Art, applied, education in 75, 76, 77, 78–80, 81, 91, 133, 238, 241, 260

c Art Manufactures and Constructive Iron Company 170

Art training schools 54, 79, 99, 102
-, see also Royal College of Art; School of Design; Schools of Design

Art Workers' Guild 40

Arthur, Sir Frederick, 2nd bart. 360

Artists' houses and studios 25, 34, 37, 41, 44, 289, 332, 333; fig. 16 (p. 45); Pls. 80e, 94c

Ashbrook, Emily T., Dowager Viscountess 362

Ashburnham House, Westminster 336

b Ashton, — 143

Ashton, Robert 20

b Ashton, Thomas 20

Assheton, Ralph 362

a Aston and Mason 203n.

Auber, D. 164

Auckland, 2nd Baron later Earl of (George Eden) 13–14

Auckland, 3rd Baron (Rt. Rev. Robert John Eden) 14, 57

Auckland, 4th Baron (William George Eden) 327

Aust, Catherine 16

Aust, George 15, 16

Aust, Sarah (Hon. Mrs. Murray) 16

Austin, John 36

Ayrton, A. S. 153n., 157, 171, 172, 208, 209, 210

Ayrton, Prof. W. E. 240

Baden Powell House 298n.

Baden-Powell, Frank 42

Baden-Powell, Sir George 224n.

Baden-Powell, Robert (later Baron) 35

Bagehot, Walter 285

Baggallay, Sir Richard 320, 360

Bagnold, Enid 37

Baillie, Duncan J. 363

a Baines, Sir Frank 175

Baird, Dorothea and Francis 320, 359

Baird Ironworks, St. Petersburg 320, 359

b Baker, George, and Son 209, 210, 212

c Baker, Prof. R. W. 247

a Baker, William 139, 141

Balfour, A. J. (later Earl) 233, 257, 258, 258n.

Balfour, Jabez 347

Balfour, John 362

Balfour and Turner 68

c Ball, Percival 107

Baltard, V. 89

Banckes, Matthew 7

Bandinel collection 80

b Banister, Walton and Co. 258

Bank of England 69, 141, 285

Bank of Mauritius 340

c Bankart, G. P. 121n.

Banksian Library 208

a Bannister, S. G. 203n.

Baring, Thomas 138

Baring Brothers 138, 293

Barker, John, and Co. 8, 10

Barracks (proposed) 58, 61

c Barraud (Lavers and Barraud) 104

b Barrett (Fox and Barrett) 189

Barrie, J. M. 24

b Barrow, Mr. 143n.

Barrow, Emily 358

Barry, Sir Charles 71, 93, 101n., 129, 145

a Barry, Charles, the younger 90n., 150, 151, 151n., 178

a Barry, E. M. 126, 145n., 150, 151, 178

c Barwell, F. B. 108, 142n.

Basevi, George 274, 283

b Bastow (Stephens, Bastow and Co.) 353

Bates, Joseph 16

Baths and bathrooms 42, 281, 283, 289, 317, 326, 327

Battersea 137

c Battiscombe and Harris 25

Bavarian Museum, Munich 120

Baxter, William E. 362

Bayreuth (theatre) 228

Bayswater Road (Red House) 36, 46, 327

a Bean, Alfred Cubitt 30, 30n.

c Beard (Hill, Norman and Beard) 219

Beattie, Marie 364

Beauchamp, 7th Earl 253n., 254, 254n.

Beaufort House, Chelsea 17

Beccafumi, D. 190

a Bedborough, Alfred 174

Bedford, 8th and 9th Dukes of 42

Bedford, Francis 173

Beethoven 163

Beit (Wernher, Beit and Co.) 233

Beit Building 246

a Belcher, John 118, 119, 122, 219, 229, 232

Belgian iron 189, 210, 237n.

Belgrave Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens 343

Belgrave Square 42

Belgravia 66, 288, 298, 299, 308
-, builders from 262, 269, 288, 295

Bell, A.(Clayton and Bell) 171

Bell, Doyne C. 154, 155, 158, 160, 161, 162, 163, 166, 167, 168, 169, 173, 174

a Bell, E. Ingress 95, 213, 222

Bell, Sir Hugh (committee on Science Museum under) 253, 254, 257

c Bell, John 134, 135, 136, 149, 152, 158, 161, 162, 165–9 passim, 173, 175

Bell, Randal M. 48

Bell, Vanessa 38

Belli, Charles 363

Belli, William Hallows 271

Benedict, Julius 163

a Bennett, T. P., and Son 330, 356

Bennoch, F. 134

Bentinck, Lord George 320

Beresford-Hope, Alexander 99, 117, 129, 141, 145, 147, 183

Berkeley Cottage 22

Berlin 76, 81, 234, 24In.
-, Cathedral 107
-, Kunstgewerbeschule 75
-, statue of Frederick the Great 159
-, Technical High School (Charlottenburg) 233, 239
-, Unter den Linden 59

Bernal collection 80, 99

Bessemer Memorial Committee 245

c Best and Lea 213

Bethell, Slings by 321, 362

Bethell family 321

Bethnal Green Museum 65, 94, 97, 98, 113, 118, 249

Bethune, Admiral Charles R. Drinkwater 358

Beverley, Mary 9

Biddulph, Sir Thomas 149, 154, 161

Bigge, Sir Arthur (later Baron Stamfordham) 50, 72

b Bird,— 281

Bird, Stephen 29

Birdwood, Sir George 199

Birmingham74, 95, 192, 239

Biscoe,— 9

Bishop, Sir Henry 163

Black, Adam 276n.

Blackburn, B. 357

Blake, C. H. 285

Blake, Christopher 8, 9

Blake (later Dorney), Mary (Maria) 8, 9

Blake, Sir William 3, 5, 8, 9

Blake, William (s. of Sir William) 5, 8, 9

b Blake, William 19, 20, 21, 22, 24

Blake family3, 9, 10

b Blanchard, M. H., and Co. 90, 107, 129, 198, 237n.

Blantyre, 12th Baron 291

b Blashfield, J. M., and Co. 101, 129

a Blatchley, E. 203n.

Bleasdale, Palace Gate 58; Pls. 84b, 93e

Blenheim Palace 4, 7

Blessington, Countess of 12, 13

Blois, Sir John, 8th bart. 362

a Blomfield, A. W. (later Sir Arthur) 70, 95, 222, 288, 289

a Blomfield, Austin 24

Blomfield, Sir Reginald 71, 122, 246, 254

Blore, John 274

a Bodley, G. F. 118, 353–6 passim

Bodley and Garner 118

c Boehm, Sir J. Edgar 44, 59n., 178

Boileau, Louis-Auguste 89

Bolney House, Ennismore Gardens 336

Bolton, Richard G. 363

Boltons, The 25
-, see also St. Mary's

Bombay School of Art 89n.

Boni, Messrs. 90

Bonn75–6, 234

a Bonnet, Patrice 348

Bonnor, George 363

Booth, Rev. Mr. 134

Boston (academy of music) 228

Boucicault, George 358

Boundaries, borough and parish 3, 14, 60; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

c Bourgerel, M. 134

Bousfield, Sir William 25

Bousfield School 25

Bowden, Elizabeth 294, 358

Bowler, H. A. 142n.

Bowring, Edgar 50
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 50, 52, 55–64 passim, 67
-, Annual International Exhibitions, and 196, 198
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and 50, 146n.
-, Exhibition building of 1862, and 146, 146n.
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 178, 182
-, Royal Horticultural Society, and 124, 125, 127, 130–1

Boyce, William

Brace, Ann (née Thurloe) 8, 9

Brace, Anna Maria (née Harris, formerly Browne) 8, 9, 10

Brace, Francis 9

Brace, Harris Thurloe 9, 10

Brace, John Thurloe 8, 9

Brady, — 155, 156

Bramante or Bramantesque 103, 182, 205

Bramwell, Sir Frederick 238, 239, 240, 251

Brandreth, Joseph E. L. 359

Brangwyn, Frank 122

Brassey, Henry 360

Brassey, Thomas 140, 143, 360

Bray, Joseph 361

b Bray and Waddington 126n.

Bremner Road 305; Pl. 88b

Brett, Joseph George 11

Brick and Marble in the Middle Ages (G. E. Street) 87

Bricks and brickwork 67, 76, 87, 90, 93, 102, 128, 155, 189, 193, 224, 237, 271, 307, 325–6, 327, 330, 331, 333
-, suppliers, provenance of 90, 121n., 128, 143n., 155, 189, 198, 237, 296, 307, 330, 351
-, types and colours of 46, 67, 90, 101, 128, 189, 198, 307, 325–6, 351

a Bridgman, H. H. 304n.

Bridgwater House, St. James's 101n.

a Briggs, R. A. 89, 302, 342

Bright, John 50, 76

Brighton(Regency Square) 32

c Brindley, William 170
-, see also Farmer and Brindley

c Brindley and Foster 229, 354

Britannia Works, Derby 126

British Association 213

British Museum 74, 115, 125, 249
-, see also under Natural History Museum

British Museum (Natural History) see Natural
-, History Museum

British School at Rome 72

c Britten, W. E. F. 110

Broadhurst, Henry 222, 225

Broadwalk House 32

Broadwood, Walter 361

c Brock, Sir Thomas 162

a Brodrick, Cuthbert 203n., 205

Brompton 3, 59, 99

Brompton Boilers see under South Kensington Museum

Brompton Hall 17–18; fig. 1 (p. 2); Pl. 78a

Brompton Hospital 8, 264

Brompton Oratory, Oratorians 58, 89, 113, 294, 304

Brompton Park House 6–7, 99; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53); plan-sheet A in end pocket; Pls. 4a, b, c, 22c

Brompton Park Nursery 4, 6, 11, 13, 14, 15

Brompton Place see Grove House

Brompton Road 148

c Bromsgrove Guild 121n., 244

Brooke, Lieut. E. J. 144

Brown, Ford Madox 75, 80, 109

a Brown, Gerald 259

b Brown, Robert 106–7

Browne, Lt.-Col. James F. M. 359

Browne, John 9

Browne(later Alexander), Margaret 9, 10

Browne, Maria 362

Browne, Mary-Anne 9, 10

Browne, William 9

c Brucciani, D. 113

Bruce, Henry A. (later Baron Aberdare) 266, 321, 359

Brunei, Isambard Kingdom 77

Brussels(Conservatoire and science museum) 228, 254

Bryanston, Dorset 337

a Buck, C. E. W. 259

Buckingham, 3rd Duke of (formerly Marquis of Chandos) 138, 139, 141

Buckingham Palace 77, 79

c Bücknow, — 44

Builders and building
-, bankruptcies and failures 68, 210, 267, 305
-, by contract (speculative housing) 33, 34, 35, 63, 281, 299, 307
-, capital sources
-, banks 266, 269, 297, 307
-, insurance companies 266, 269, 271, 284, 291, 299, 307, 345
-, lawyers 266, 296, 307
-, private individuals 22, 32, 35, 36, 266, 269, 271, 276, 284, 307, 345, 361
-, costs
-, changes in 171, 190, 209, 210, 254, 258
-, per cubic foot 100, 102, 142, 205, 219, 231, 237, 254, 331
-, fluctuations 7, 22, 29, 63, 67, 68, 277, 282, 296, 306
-, labour conditions and relations 143, 155, 225–6, 254
-, materials 30, 307, 325, 326, 327
-, see also Bricks; Cement; Concrete; Glass; Iron; Mortar; Stone; Terra-cotta
-, methods 30
-, profits and losses 3 5–6, 68, 210, 254, 266–7, 269, 273–83 passim, 285, 288, 293, 297, 305, 306
-, scale of operations 262, 269
-, size of firms 271, 287, 296
-, workshops and yards 264, 271, 286, 305

Burchell, William 285, 362

c Burchett, Richard 108, 142n., 144

Burges, William 151n.

'Burgess', Mr. 146

Burghley (Burleigh), 1st Baron 17

Burke, Edmund and son (Richard) 5

c Burke and Co.. 213, 225

Burlington Gardens 226

Burlington House 51, 65

c Burlison and Grylls354

b Burmantoft's 241

Burn, William 144, 150

c Burne-Jones, Sir Edward 111–12

Burnsall, David 16

a Burton, Decimus

Bury, Viscount (later 7th Earl of Albemarle) 304

Bury, Henry 361

Busby, Anne 11

Busby, Robert Aldridge (formerly Aldridge, Robert) 11, 14

Busby, Tomlinson 11

Busby, Rev. William Beaumont 11

Bute, 1st Marquess of 17

Bute House, Brompton 16–17; fig. 1 (p. 2)

Bute Street 17

Butler, James 363

Butler, Thomas 362

a Butterfield, William see also All Saints', Margaret Street 349–52 passim

'Butterworth' 87

Butt's Field estate 26–32

a Byfield, George 15

b Bywaters, G. H. and A. (and Sons) 24, 229, 231, 342

a Cadbury-Brown, H. T. and Elizabeth 261

Café Royal, Edinburgh 346

Caird, James 361

Caird, William 358

Cairns, Hugh, 1st Baron 291, 320, 358

a Callcott, Thomas 27

Callendar, Prof. H. L. 244

Calonnata quarry, Carrara 159

Cambridge, Cambridge University 51, 87, 234, 243n.

Campanella marble 159, 164, 165, 167

Campbell, Alexander A. 361

c Campbell, Colin Minton 112
-, see also Minton's

Campbell, Lord George 9, 10

Campbell, Henry 360

Campbell, Robert 359

c Campbell, Smith and Co. 354

Campbell Court 276

Campden, 1st Viscount (Sir Baptist Hicks) 26

Campden, Viscountess (Elizabeth Hicks) 26

Campden Arms public house 27, 32

Campden Charities 26, 27, 29, 32, 38, 42
-, Butt's Field estate 26–32; fig. 1 (p. 2)

Campden Hill Square 10, 32

b Canning, — see Gibbs and Canning

Canning, George 7

Canning Place 41

Canning Place Mews 38

Canning Villa see Gloucester Lodge

Cannon Street Station 188

Cantwell, Robert 33

Capel Cottage 22

Card well, Cecilia 357

Carlton Gardens 276

Carnarvon, 4th Earl of 222

Carolsfeld, Schnorr von 75

Carpenter, Joseph 4

Carpet Ground see under Smith's Charity estate

b Carr, William 36

Carrara 159

Carrara Wharf, Grosvenor Road, Pimlico 165

Carriage Road, Kensington Gardens 172, 173

Cassells, Walter R. 360

c Casson, Lady 194–5, 287n.

a Casson, Sir Hugh 194–5, 261, 287n.

Castlewellan, County Down 155–6, 158n.

Cathcart Road 298

Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge 234

Cavendish-Bentinck, George 103, 209

Cavity wall construction 48

b Cawley, John 302

b Cawte, William 90, 107, 189

a Cawthorne, A. M. 37, 268n.

Cement, stucco and external plasterwork 147, 219, 262, 272, 307–8, 326, 336
-, see also Sgraffito decoration

Census returns see Occupants

Ceramics and majolica 76, 79–80, 91, 92, 142, 158
-, examples of use in decoration 88, 91, 107, 111, 112, 122, 237, 247, 285, 346, 351
-, suppliers 91, 92, 107, 111, 112, 158, 237n., 247, 346

Challis, Thomas 133

Chamberlain, Joseph 304

Chambers, J. D. 249

Chancellor's House 34, 37

Chandos, Marquis of (later 3rd Duke of Buckingham) 138, 139, 141

Chantrey, Francis L. 168

Chan trey bequest 182

Chapman, Maj.-Gen. Sir Frederick 359

a Chapman, Taylor and Partners 32

b Chappell, J. T. 68

Chard and Sons 300; fig. 60

Charecrofts, Shepherd's Bush 26

Charles I (picture of) 160

Charles II (bust of) 5

Charles (now Seville) Street, Lowndes Square 298

Charrington, Edward 320, 321, 349, 361

Chartered Accountants' building, Great Swan Alley 232

Chelmsford (County Hall) 6

Chelsea (Parliamentary constituency) 288

Chester Cathedral 144

Chester Row (formerlyTerrace) 288

Chetwynd, Richard (later 7th Viscount) 359

Chimneys and flues 6, 263, 273, 317, 337–8; fig. 47 (P. 273)

Chiswick (Royal Horticultural Society's Garden) 124, 125, 130, 131

Cholmondeley, Reginald 41, 42

Chope, Rev. R. R. 349, 351

Chorin (Klosterkirche) 351

Christ Church, Streatham 77

Christian, Prince 50, 69, 71, 197, 198, 198n., 217, 224

Christian, Princess 71, 231

Christian Science Church, Harrington Road 302

Church Court 15

Churches and Chapels 51, 70, 70n., 147n., 302, 317, 349–56; figs. 98, 100 (pp. 350, 354); Pls. 77b, 115–17

Churchill, Sir Winston 34, 258n.

Cincinnati (academy of music) 228

Circle Line see Metropolitan Railway

City and Guilds College 68, 69, 95, 231, 233, 238–42, 245n.; fig. 40 (p. 240); Pls. 67, 90b
-, Goldsmiths' Extension 199, 242, 245

City and Guilds of London Institute 233, 238, 239, 240

City of London see London, City of Civil and Military Gazette (India) 342

Clanricarde Gardens 26

Clapham 268, 271

Clapham Common (bandstand) 126

Clarence House 219

Clarendon, 4th Earl of 149

Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford 234

Clareville Cottage 20

Clareville Grove 19–24passim; figs. 5–7; Pls. 80a, 81d

Clarebville Grove Mews 24

Clareville Street 19–25 passim, 301, 349

a Clark, F. J. 331

Clarke, Andrew 360

a Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon 94, 197, 346

a Clarke, Nicholls and Marcel 261

c Clausen, George 108

c Clayton, J. R. 159, 162, 169, 171

Clayton and Bell 171

Cleeve Lodge 29; fig. 9

b Clemence, S. 143

Clinton, Lady 304

Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire 158n.

Clutterbuck, Caroline 361

b Clutterbuck, Joseph 17

Clydesdale Bank, Lombard Street 206

Coach-houses see Mews, stables and coach-houses Coachmen 322

a Coad, Richard 153, 155

Coalbrookdale Gates, Kensington Gardens 173

Coal-tar dyes 144

a Coates, Wells 48

Cobden, Mrs. 359

Cobden, Richard 51n.

Cochrane, Messrs. 140n.

b Cochrane, Grove and Co. 237n.

Cockade, Messrs. 287n.

Cockburn, Alexander 359

a Cockerell, C. R. 58, 84, 100, 102, 164

a Cockerell, Frederick Pepys 41, 203n.

a Cockerell, S. P. 27

Cocks, Walter 363

Coignet system 254

Coker, Prof. E. G. 245

Colby, Philip 27

Colchester Terrace, Clareville Street 22

Cole, Lady (w. of Sir Henry) 73

Cole, Alan (s. of Sir Henry) 71, 122, 217

c Cole, Florence (d. of Sir Henry) 112

a Cole, Lieut. H. H. (s. of Sir Henry) 217, 219

Cole, Sir Henry Pls. 2c, 39d
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 64, 78, 125, 130, 138, 146n., 181, 197, 198
-, estate of 59, 64, 67, 67n., 73, 78, 125, 127, 180, 182
-, layout 58, 59, 60, 65, 67n., 85
-, Albert, Prince Consort, and 50, 51, 58, 59, 64, 98, 115, 117, 125–9 passim, 135, 138, 148, 180
-, Albert Memorial, and 87, 92, 148–60 passim, 165, 168, 173, 175, 181
-, Annual International Exhibitions, and 196, 197, 198, 199
-, architectural profession, and 87, 92, 145, 147n., 176, 183
-, career and undertakings of at South Kensington 50, 78, 97, 115, 130, I45, 198
-, elsewhere 49, 77, 78, 80, 81, 192
-, characteristics of 64, 67, 76, 78, 80, 84, 87, 130, 145, 156, 177, 182
-, see also comments on, reactions to
-, City and Guilds College, and 239, 239n, 241
-, comments on, reactions to 65, 67n., 78, 80, 115n., 145, 145n., 146, 146n., 154, 156, 181, 182, 197, 198, 205
-, Continental travels of 59, 76, 78, 89, 91, 92, 108, 125, 158, 179, 184, 190n., 249
-, domestic building at South Kensington, and 42, 44, 67, 67n., 288, 343
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 196–9 passim
-, educational work of 65, 77, 78, 79, 81, 117, 118, 148, 217, 234
-, student accommodation, interest in 85, 345

Cole, Sir Henry (continued) Exhibition of 1862, and 137–47 passim, 147n., 196
-, family of 94, 235
-, work by at South Kensington 71, 78, 109, 110, 112, 122, 217
-, see also individual members
-, Huxley Building, and 234, 235, 237
-, Marlborough House, museum at, and 79, 80, 97–8
-, materials and techniques of building and decoration, interest in 90, 90n., 91, 103, 111, 142, 143, 156, 158, 213
-, memorial to 112, 122
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 135, 136
-, National Training School for Music, and 217, 219
-, Natural History Museum, and 205, 206, 207, 209, 213, 214
-, personal 71, 102, 139n., 288, 304
-, see also characteristics and family above
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 156, 177–93 passim, 194n.
-, Royal College of Organists (building), and 217, 219
-, Royal Horticultural Society and its garden, and 60, 90, 92–3, 125–31 passim, 137, 197
-, Science and Art (formerly Practical Art) Department, and 50, 71, 74, 76, 78, 85–8 passim, 90n., 92, 115, 139–40, 183, 234
-, Science or patent museum and collections, and 85, 248, 249, 250, 251
-, Scott, Sir George Gilbert, and 153–8 passim, 173, 179–80, 181
-, Scott, Henry Y. D., and 93, 94, 115, 183, 188, 189, 192, 193, 198
-, South Kensington Museum, and 63, 80, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 94, 97–118 passim, 120, 142, 188, 249
-, other references 88, 174, 294
-, see also under Bowring, Edgar; Disraeli, Benjamin; Freake, Charles James; Gladstone, W. E.; Granville, 2nd Earl

Cole, Isabella (d. of Sir Henry) 94

c Cole, Letitia (d. of Sir Henry) 110

Coleman, William Stephen 37

Coleridge, Arthur Duke 357

a Collard, A.O.

a Collcutt, T. E. 118, 119, 220, 222, 224, 225, 226n., 244

Colley, Mary 360

b Colls, George 302

Cologne 151

Colonial Office 226

Colonies 145, 220, 224n.

Colour in building exterior 90–1, 98, 101, 127, 128, 157–8, 171, 212, 219

Colour in building (continued) exterior (continued) domestic, ecclesiastical 308, 351
-, interior 100, 101, 102, 104, 106, 111, 112, 114, 122, 123, 126, 127, 144–5, 192, 198, 199
-, domestic 40–1, 265–6, 272
-, ecclesiastical 351, 353, 355
-, see also Mosaic and Mural decoration

Columbia Market 193

Colvin, Sidney 169, 175, 193

Commercial Bank of London 269, 297, 298, 299

Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851 49–73 passim, 95, 253
-, aims and policies of 49, 50–2, 66, 69, 70, 72, 84, 248
-, Albert Court, and 347, 348
-, Albert Memorial, and 64, 149, 150, 173
-, Annual International Exhibitions, and 66, 196–199 passim
-, architecture concern with 49, 95, 239, 265, 278, 331, 332, 333
-, domestic, control of 63, 67–8, 70, 95, 293, 304, 311, 343, 345
-, their consultants or advisers on 68, 70, 71, 228–9, 246, 343, 347
-, Board (Committee) of Management of 66, 67, 72, 253
-, City and Guilds College, and 238–9, 240
-, criticism, unpopularity of 50, 52, 64, 69, 70, 72, 197, 238
-, Crystal Palace at Sydenham, and 50, 77
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 196–9 passim, 251
-, educational work and scholarships of 49, 51–2, 64, 65, 69, 70, 72, 80, 81, 221–2, 238, 248, 252
-, Estate of 49–53 passim; fig. 18 (p. 53), plans between pp. 54–5, and plan B in end pocket accessibility, remoteness of 56, 63, 65, 66, 70, 238
-, acquisition of, negotiations for 7, 8, 14, 15, 49, 52–8, 263, 264; fig. 18 (p. 53)
-, cost per acre 54–8
-, adjacent properties, and 65, 265, 278–9, 289, 330, 331
-, churches on 51, 70n., 353
-, commercial institutions or shops on 71, 125, 127, 177, 179
-, disposal of for private building plans B, C in end pocket
-, main rectangle 60, 64, 67–8, 70, 180–1, 304–5, 331–48 passim
-, outlying parts 58, 62–3, 64, 177, 266, 267, 268–9, 278–9, 281, 282, 293–7 passim, 303
-, Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851 (continued)
-, Estate of (continued)
-, flats on 68, 70, 177, 179, 325, 338, 343–5, 347–8
-, ground rents on level of 60, 62, 67, 268, 278, 293, 295, 304
-, sale of 62, 66, 69
-, hotels on 68
-, house types on 63, 67, 311, 313; figs. 65–6, 69, 72, 74, 81 (pp. 309–12, 315)
-, houses, mews, numbers built on 63, 263
-, layout of 58–60, 62, 63, 68, 74, 92; plans between pp. 54–5 and plans B, C in end pocket
-, proposals for 58–9, 60, 65, 69, 70, 73, 81, 84–5, 98; figs. 19–22 (pp. 82–3)
-, rearrangements of 50, 69–70, 72, 95, 194, 221, 228
-, mews, stables on 63, 68, 263
-, mortgages of, loans raised on 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 69, 125, 198, 224
-, railways on 65, 294
-, roads and roadmaking 56, 57, 58, 59–60, 62, 63, 194, 221, 264, 278, 296, 331, 334, 343, 346, 347
-, sales of parts of for public building 64, 69–70, 353
-, other 56, 57, 63, 294, 296, 307, 332, 334, 338, 340, 348
-, valuations of 64, 69, 70, 202, 221, 228
-, Victoria and Albert Museum site on 62n., 102
-, ethnological museum, and 73, 250n.
-, Exhibition of 1862 (1861), and 62, 63, 64, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 146, 147, 147n.
-, finances of 62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, 221, 224
-, governmental aid 55, 61–2
-, Geological Museum, and 257
-, Government, and 50, 52, 55, 64, 66, 68–9, 72, 102, 124
-, partnership 60–2, 101–2
-, sales or offers of land to Government 64, 69, 146, 250–1, 252, 253
-, see also under finances of above
-, Holy Trinity, Prince Consort Road, and 70, 353, 353n.
-, Imperial College, and 72, 73, 233, 234
-, Imperial Institute, and 69, 70, 72, 221, 224, 225, 226
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 64, 135, 136
-, Methwold's Almshouses, and 5
-, National Training School for Music, and 217, 219
-, Natural History Museum, and 72, 202, 257
-, offices of 12, 331

Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851 (continued)
-, Parliament, House of Commons, and 52, 64, 67
-, see also Government above
-, personnel of 49–50, 61, 71
-, agents 54, 55, 56
-, secretaries (Bigge, Sir Arthur; Bowring,
-, Edgar; Ellis, Sir Arthur; Playfair,
-, Sir Lyon later Lord; Scott,
-, Henry Y. D.; Shaw, Sir Evelyn) 50, 52, 55–64 passim, 67, 69, 71, 72, 73, 95, 124, 130–1, 146, 146n., 178, 191, 196, 224, 239, 252
-, surveyors (Higgins, J. W.; Hunt, H. A.;
-, Hunt, Sir Henry Arthur) 50, 65, 67, 68, 127, 202, 239, 264, 289, 296, 304, 311, 330, 332, 343, 347, 348
-, other reference 347
-, provinces, and 52, 64, 69, 70, 221
-, Queen Alexandra's House, and 346
-, Royal Academy of Arts, and 65, 66, 178, 182
-, Royal Academy of Music, and 65, 177, 217
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 64, 66, 69, 72, 149, 177–82 passim, 191, 194, 251
-, Royal College of Art, and 72, 73
-, Royal College of Music, and 69, 70, 228
-, Royal College of Organists, and 217, 219
-, Royal Horticultural Society and its garden, and 60, 64, 66, 67, 69, 70, 92, 124, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 196
-, Royal School of Needlework, and 70–1, 231, 232
-, Science and Art Department, and 59, 62, 66, 85, 98, 102, 125, 294
-, Science Museum, and 69, 72, 248, 250–1, 252, 253, 257
-, South Kensington Museum, and 61, 62, 62n., 98, 99, 100, 102
-, Southern Gallery (north or refreshmentroom front of 1862 Exhibition building), and 141, 146, 147, 252
-, other references 3, 78, 80, 268

Commissioners of Patents see Patent Museum

Commonwealth Institute 227

Competitions, architectural and artistic 27, 109, 118–19, 134, 139, 148, 150–3, 178, 183, 203–6, 222, 224, 228, 229, 254, 260, 299n.

Concrete 87, 100, 155, 189
-, reinforced 48, 254, 255, 261, 356

a Conder, Neville 287n.

Condover Church and Hall, Shropshire 41

Conference, World Monetary (1933) 258

Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers, Paris 75
-, museum of 248, 249, 251, 253, 254

Conservatories and glass-houses
-, domestic 265, 271, 275, 316
-, other 173, 174, 197, 198
-, see also under Royal Horticultural Society's Garden

Consett, William W. P. 362

Construction, Museum of see under South Kensington Museum, collections

Convict labour 114, 237

Cook, Francis 346, 347

Cook, Frederick Lucas 357

Cooke, Edward William 36, 37

c Cooke, John 40

a Cooper, C. J. Harold 39, 40, 41

Cooper, Sir Daniel 346

c Cope, Charles West 32, 34, 142, 142n.

Cope, Sir Walter 1, 3, 14

c Copeland, W. J., and Sons 247

Copyhold land 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 54

Corbould, E.H.

Corbusier 48

a Corfiato, Thomson and Partners 348

Cornelius, Peter 75

Cornwall Crescent (Baptist chapel) 147n.

Corry, Isaac 13

Cossin, J. A. 239

County Fire Office 271, 291, 298

Courage, Richard 320, 360

Coutts's Bank 57

a Covell, Ralph 219

Coward, Rev. H. B. 353

Cowper, W. F. 203, 205, 206

Cox, William Hinks 359

c Crace, J. D. 225

c Crace, J. G. 144–5

c Crace and Sons 111

c Crane, Walter 95, 113

Cranley Place 287

Craven, Isabel and Lawrence 363

Crawford, William 358

Crespigny, (Lady) Mary Champion de 360

Cresswell, Sir Cresswell 6

Cripplegate Institute (concert room) 229

Criterion Theatre 88

b Crittall, Messrs. 336

Cromwell, Henry 5

Cromwell, Oliver 5, 8

Cromwell Gardens 103, 119, 260, 293, 294–5, 322, 357; fig. 58 (p. 295); Pls. 7a, 92a, b
-, No. 1 293, 357; fig. 58 (p. 295); Pl. 92b

Cromwell House see Hale House

Cromwell Houses see Cromwell Road, Nos. 21–35

Cromwell Lane 13, 18; fig. 1 (p. 2); Pl. 77c
-, see also Brompton Hall; Methwold's Almshouses

Cromwell Mews 287

'Cromwell Park' 59

Cromwell Place 11, 286, 287, 289, 291, 309, 316, 324, 357; fig. 67 (p. 310); Pl. 91b, c

Cromwell Road 58, 60, 62, 264, 272, 274, 285, 286–97 passim, 298, 300, 319, 321, 324, 358; Pls. 31a, 50b, 90c, d, 91a, c

Cromwell Road (continued)
-, naming of 59
-, proposed buildings 61, 81, 84, 85, 177, 298n.
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Aldin's builder's yard 271
-, Baden Powell House 298n.
-, No. 52 298, 298n., 358; Pl. 31a
-, No. 52A 298n.
-, Nos. 54–88A 285, 311, 313
-, No. 178 336
-, Nos. 200–222 343n.
-, see also 1862 Exhibition building under Exhibitions; Natural History Museum
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Cromwell Houses see Nos. 21–35
-, Institut Français 348
-, Nos. 1–11 294, 294n., 323, 358; fig. 69 (p.311)
-, Nos. 13–19 274, 288–9, 293, 358; Pl. 91c
-, Nos. 21–35 (formerly Nos. 1–8 Cromwell Houses) 287, 288, 289, 291, 293, 320, 323, 358; figs. 56–7 (pp. 290, 292); Pls. 90c, d, 91a
-, Nos. 37–57 296, 297, 358; figs. 59, 72 (pp. 297, 312)
-, No. 57B 299n.
-, Nos. 59–79 (Stanhope Gardens, north side) 300, 358; figs. 76–7 (p. 313); Pl. 89a
-, Nos. 81–83 300

Cromwell's Gift estate 26

Cropsey, Jasper Francis 32

b Cross, William 155

Crowe, Eyre 109, 142n.

Crystal Palace, Hyde Park see under Exhibitions, 1851

Crystal Palace, Sydenham 50, 77, 130, 137

Crystal Palace Company 137

Cubitt, Lewis 269, 289

Cubitt, Thomas 54–9 passim, 62, 264, 269

a Cubitt, Sir William 54, 55, 57, 98

Cubitt, William 103, 148, 154

b Cubitt, William, and Co. 16, 38–9, 41, 42, 44, 46, 48, 325, 334

Cuchet, Jean Louis see Fleming, John Lewis

Cundy, Charles Fishlake 269, 298

Cundy, Thomas (I) 298

Cundy, Thomas (II) 88, 298

a Cundy, Thomas (III) 268, 269, 283, 298, 299, 300, 310, 311

Cunliffe, Roger 360

Cunliffe-Owen, Lt.-Col. Henry 80–1, 86

Cunliffe-Owen, Sir Philip 81, 94, 220, 346

Curling, F. G. 364

b Curtis, Edwin 17

Curtis, Spencer H. 363

Curzon, Earl (later Marquess) 330

D'Abernon, Viscount 258

Dacre, Lady (w. of 10th Baron) 17

Dalby, Prof. W. E. 245

Dalgish, Robert 320, 363

Daniell, Henry J. 361

Darell, Dowager Lady (w. of 2nd bart.) 363

Darley Dale sandstone 158n.

Darwin, Sir Robin 96

Daubeny, Maj.-Gen. C. B. 359

a Daukes, S. W. 67, 304

Daunt, William H. 361

Davidson, G. W. 340

Davidson, Sarah 364

Davies, Rev. William T. K. 360

b Daw, C. A. 39

a Dawbarn, G. R. see Norman and Dawbarn

c Dawson, Nelson 40, 41

b Dean (Fordham and Dean) 143n.

a Deane, Sir Thomas N. (and Son) 118, 119, 222

Debentures 64, 125, 179, 217

Decoration see Architectural decoration; Mosaic decoration; Mural decoration

Decorations of the South Kensington Museum , 1862 to 1874 92n.

c De Grelle, Houdret and Co. 225

Delany, Mrs. (Mary) 12

Delaroche, Paul 163

De La Rue, Warren 192

c Delessert and Co. 291n.

De L'lsle and Dudley, 2nd Baron 299, 321, 361

De Morgan, William (tiles by) 285

Denbigh Street, Pimlico 293

Denistone, John 359

Derby, 14th Earl of 49, 50, 52, 55, 57, 61, 64, 102, 130, 147, 149, 153, 157, 180–4 passim, 198
-, committee on Albert Memorial under 149, 150, 152, 153, 159, 171–2, 178, 179

Derby, Emma, Dowager Countess of (w. of 14th Earl) 358

Designing, atelier or office method of 86, 88, 91, 93

Deutsches Museum, Munich 253, 254, 255, 256

De Vere Gardens 338

Devonport (Raglan Barracks) 86

Devonshire, 6th Duke of 133

Devonshire, 7th Duke of 69, 208, 250, 251

Devonshire, 8th Duke of 121, 233

b Dicksee (Foster and Dicksee) 246

c Diespeker and Co. 121, 229

Digby, Edward 363

Digby, Thomas 362

Dilke, C. W. 50, 125, 128, 137, 138

a Dillon, C. R. 88, 93, 198

Disraeli, Benjamin
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 49, 52, 55, 60, 61
-, Albert, Prince and 50, 55, 61, 147
-, Albert Memorial, and 153, 157

Disraeli, Benjamin (continued)
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and 115, 138
-, Exhibition of 1862, and 138, 147
-, science collections, institutions, and 248, 250, 251
-, South Kensington Museum, and 102, 102n., 107, 108, 116
-, Victoria, Queen, and 107, 108, 153
-, other references 174, 201

District Line see Metropolitan District Railway

Dixon, Augusta 358

Dobree, Bonamy 285, 322, 362

Dodd, George 35

'Dolly the Tall' (Mrs. John Elliott) 12

'Domestic Revival' or 'Queen Anne' style 241, 241n., 325–7

Donaldson, Catherine 364

Donaldson, George 229

a Donaldson, T. L. 54, 81, 84, 150, 151, 151n., 178

Donnelly, Sir John F. D. 65, 71, 71n., 86, 192, 217, 234, 238, 241, 250, 251

Dorney, Joseph 9

Dorney (née Blake), Maria (Mary) 8, 9

D'Orsay, Count Alfred 12

Dostoyevsky 145

b Douglas, John 302, 305, 342

Douglas, Quentin 305

b Douglas, William 262, 295–7, 305, 306
-, building activities on 1851 Commissioners' estate 68, 295–7, 305, 342
-, on Harrington estate 299, 300
-, on his freehold 301, 302
-, financial difficulties 305
-, freehold purchases 296, 301, 302
-, house types 302, 305, 311; figs. 72, 81, 83 (pp. 312, 315)

b Douglas, William (the younger) 305

c Doulton and Co. 107, 237n., 241, 346

Douro Place 149

b Dove Brothers 245, 246

Dowbiggin, Thomas 16, 17

a Down, Robert 346

Downe, — 88, 346

b Downs, William 336, 348

Doyle, John 58

c Dreaper (Rushworth and Dreaper) 354

a Dredge, William 98

Dresden 76, 183, 183n.

Dresser, Christopher 79

a Drew, Thomas 27

a Driver and Rew 343, 345

Drogheda, 6th Earl (later 1st Marquis) of 12

c Drury, Alfred 121n.

Dryden, William (estate of) 16; fig. 1 (p. 2)

Dublin 87, 89, 98

Duckworth Rev. Mr. 171

Duff, Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant 361

c Dujardin, Monsieur 212

Dulwich College 90n.

Dun Cow public house 27

Duncan, H. M. (flat of) Pl. 113a

Duncombe, George 360

Dundonald, 11th Earl of 266, 360

Dunmow, Essex 225

Dupasquier and Tremlett 271

Durham 2nd Earl of 291, 319, 358

Durham, 3rd Earl of 321

c Durham, Joseph 133–6 passim, 151n., 165

Dyce, William 75–9 passim

b Dyke (John Knox and Dyke) 246

Dyson, Edward 358

Eales, Charles 359

Earl's Court, manor of 1, 3, 4, 14, 15, 19

Earl's Court Gardens 302

East India Company 3, 29

East Street, St. Marylebone 59

Eastern and Western Galleries 66, 67, 94, 101, 196–200, 225, 226, 239, 250, 251; fig. 37 (p. 223); Pls. 55–6, 57a, b

Eastern influence at South Kensington 77, 91, 94

Eastlake, Sir Charles 65, 75, 77, 107, 133, 149–54 passim, 159, 160, 163, 166, 167

Eastlake, Charles 351

Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth (w. of Sir Charles) 49, 168, 169, 193

b Easton and Amos and Sons 128

Easton Neston, Northamptonshire 6

a Eastwood, J.H.

Eaton, G. C. 134

Ebury, 2nd Baron (Hon. Robert Grosvenor) 321, 360

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 70, 349, 350, 353

Eck, Frederick 364

École Centrale d'Architecture, Paris 103

École des Beaux Arts, Paris 163

Eden, Vice-Admiral Charles 362

Eden, Emily 14, 57

Eden, George (2nd Baron later 1st Earl of Auckland) 13–14

Eden, Robert John (3rd Baron Auckland) 14, 57

Eden, William George (4th Baron Auckland) 327

Eden Lodge 12, 13–14, 57, 57n., 67, 327; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

Edinburgh 80, 87, 104, 139, 152, 156, 206, 254, 346

Edinburgh, Duke of (s. of Queen Victoria) 50, 67n., 182, 192, 217, 219

Education see Art, applied, education in; Industrial education; Scientific and technical education; Vocational training

Education, Board of 71, 97, 120, 121, 122, 248, 253–7 passim, 260

Education, Board of (continued)
-, departmental committees
-, 1904–6 233, 245
-, 1910–12 253, 254, 257

Education, Ministry of 226

Education Committee (of Privy Council) 51, 71, 97, 99, 116, 117, 235

Edward VII (Prince of Wales 1841–1901)
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 50, 64, 67, 69, 70n., 72, 228
-, Annual International Exhibitions, and 199
-, City and Guilds College, and 240, 241, 245
-, Imperial College, and 233
-, Imperial Institute, and 69, 220–2 passim, 224, 226, 226n.
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 135, 135n.
-, Queen Alexandra's House, and 346
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 180, 181, 182, 184, 188, 189, 191
-, Royal College of Music, and 69, 219, 228, 229
-, Royal College of Science, and 243
-, Royal Horticultural Society, and 130, 131, 135, 135n.
-, Royal School of Mines, and 245
-, Royal School of Needlework, and 231
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum, and 115, 120, 121
-, statues of 59n., 121n., 229n.
-, other references 85, 288, 304

Edwardes, William see Kensington, 2nd Baron

a Edwards, George 300

Edwards, Gerard A.

Egerton Court 303

Egg, Durs 26, 32

Elcho, Lord (later 10th Earl of Wemyss) 183, 203, 205, 209

Electric lighting 145, 191

Electric telegraph 51n., 145

Electrotyping 107, 136, 159

Elgee, Capt. and Eliza 362

Elger, George 360

Elger, John 54

Elizabeth I 17

Elizabeth Street (Royal Oak public house) 288

c Elkington, Messrs. 136, 170

Ellesmere, 2nd Earl of 101n.

Elliott, Mrs. ('Dolly the Tall') 12

Elliott, Dr. (later Sir) John 12

Elliott and Fry 24, 25

Ellis, Sir Arthur 50

c Ellson (Richardson, Ellson and Company) 225

Elmes, H. L. 88, 308

Elmore, A. 142n.

Elvaston Mews 271, 272, 282; fig. 84 (p. 318); Pl. 88c

Elvaston Place 272–3, 274, 275, 278–9, 282, 282n., 313, 314, 324, 358–9; fig. 73 (p. 312)

Ely Cathedral 144

Elystan Street, Chelsea 305

Embankment 207, 221, 238; Pl. 61a

Embankment Gardens207

a Emerson, Sir William 46, 118, 119, 342

Enamel work 91, 111, 112, 170

Enamelled Iron Company 111

English Church, Alexandria 94

Ennismore Gardens (Bolney House) 336

Environment, Department of the 216

Epstein, Sir Jacob 37

Esher, 2nd Viscount 72

Estonian legation 340

Ethnological museum 73, 246, 250n., 256

Ewart, William 75, 76

Exhibition Road 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 65, 108n., 126, 262, 263, 265, 288, 294; Pls. 2b, 37, 55c, 58a, 90a, b
-, proposed tunnel or bridge crossing 66, 234
-, water mains 59n.
-, East side
-, International Bazaar 291n.; Pl. 90a
-, proposed buildings in 85
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum frontage 103, 107, 119; Pl. 58a
-, No. 12 305
-, for other individual houses see Princes Gate, Nos. 64–72
-, see also Huxley Building; Hyde Park Chapel; Princes Gate
-, West side
-, entrance to Royal Horticultural Society's Garden 127, 128, 132; Pls. 27a, 55c
-, Exhibition building of 1862 in 137, 146; Pls. 37, 90a
-, French Court of 1871 Exhibition 199; Pls. 55c, 67c
-, meteorological office 71, 252
-, post offices 71, 252, 317
-, Princes Gate Court 330
-, proposed buildings in 65, 69, 85, 228, 243, 251, 252, 330
-, No. 29 (formerly No. 2 Lowther Gardens) 331; Pl. 101a
-, see also City and Guilds College; Geological Museum; Natural History Museum; Royal School of Needlework; Science Museum

Exhibitions 85, 137, 138, 139, 146, 196
-, 1844, Paris 79
-, 1849, Paris 77
-, 1851, London (Great Exhibition) aims and effects 49, 50, 71, 72, 74, 133
-, effect on adjacent properties 263, 291
-, antecedents 76, 77
-, building (Crystal Palace, Hyde Park) 77, 85, 114, 139, 173; fig. 18 (p. 53)

Exhibitions (continued)
-, 1851, London (continued) building (continued)
-, compared with 1862 building 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145
-, defects, criticisms of 98, 104, 142, 144
-, collections or exhibits 52, 56, 79, 99, 248
-, commemoration of 107, 165, 168, 190
-, see also Memorial to 1851 Exhibition
-, Commissioners for see Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851
-, Exhibition of 1862, compared with 137, 138, 139, 142, 145
-, Memorial to see Memorial to 1851 Exhibition personnel 49, 50, 77, 80–1, 137, 145, 180
-, surplus from 49, 50
-, other references 13, 57, 176
-, 1853, Dublin 98
-, 1855, Paris 59, 86, 89, 142, 248
-, 1857, Manchester 80, 98, 138
-, 1862 (1861), London 60, 64, 137–47 passim
-, access, traffic to 65, 291
-, building 137–47 passim; plan a between pp. 54–5; Pls. 10a, 28c, 30–8, 90a, d
-, architecture of 87, 140–1, 141–2
-, cost 146
-, effect on neighbouring property 63, 277, 289, 291, 296
-, hall or amphitheatre, proposed 139, 140, 177–8; Pl. 30b
-, mosaic decoration of 142, 157; Pl. 38b
-, opinions of 129, 141, 145, 146, 147, 205, 291
-, picture galleries 101, 140, 141, 145; Pl. 33b, d
-, proposals for use of 146, 203,
-, refreshment rooms, restaurant 92, 130, 147, 249, 252; Pl. 35d
-, western annexe (machinery) 127, 140, 141, 145, 147; Pl. 34a
-, Commissioners, trustees for 138, 139, 141, 144, 145, 146
-, Royal Horticultural Society's Garden, and 124, 126, 130, 138, 142
-, site 72, 137, 138, 208n.
-, main 62, 64, 138, 141, 146, 147, 203
-, western annexe 68, 146, 202, 333
-, other references 197, 275, 281, 291n., 298n.
-, 1862, South Kensington Museum 106
-, 1867, Paris 91, 94, 107, 108, 153, 196
-, 1871–4, London (Annual International Exhibitions) 66, 131, 194, 196–9 passim; Pls. 55, 56a, b
-, annexes, French Court 199, 231; Pls. 55c, 67c
-, 1873, Vienna 199
-, 1876, London (scientific instruments) 250
-, 1878, Paris 89, 304
-, 1883–6, London 69, 131–2, 220, 224, 305; Pl. 72a

c Eyre, J. 346

Eyston, Robert T. 358

Fabbricotti, B. 165

Fairbairn, Thomas 138, 141

a Fairbairn, Sir William 139, 141, 188

a Fairbairn Engineering Company 188

Fairman, Christina 362

c Faraday (Osler and Faraday) 112

b Fareham Brick Company 121n.

c Farmer and Brindley 153, 170, 212, 241, 354

c Faulkner, C. (Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co.) 111

Female School of Art 78, 79, 99, 102

Fenn, Sir Robert 11

a Fergusson, James 87, 116, 147, 151n., 175, 183, 184, 188, 192, 203, 205, 209

Ferrers, William 364

Festing, Capt. 90

Festival of Britain (1951) 256

Feversham, 2nd Baron 267

Fielden, H. M. and Hannah 361

Fielding, Sir John 11

Fiennes, John (later 17th Baron Saye and Sele) 46, 362

Finsbury (trades school, college) 238, 240

Fish culture collection 250; Pl. 57d

c Fisher (Harland and Fisher) 108

Fisher, Herbert 181, 182

Fisheries Exhibition, International 132; plan b between pp. 54–5; Pl. 72a

Fitzclarence (later Hunloke), Capt. Frederick 359

Fitzroy, Henry 135

Flats 32, 37, 42, 44, 48, 68, 70, 268n., 303, 317, 325, 342–5, 347–8; figs. 86, 97 (pp. 326, 344); Pls. 100, 111b, c, 113a, 114c
-, see also under Houses

Fleming, Césarine Amable Louise see Villars, Baroness

Fleming, Jane (later Countess of Harrington) 4

Fleming, Sir John 3, 4, 5

Fleming, John Lewis (formerly Cuchet, Jean Louis) 4, 6

Fleming (later Worsley), Seymour Dorothy 4, 6

Fleming Villa 6

Fletcher, Banister 241

Flett, Sir John 258

a Flockhart, William 24

Floral Hall, Covent Garden 126

Florida Gardens 7

Flower, Sir William 213

Flue-arches 273, 317; fig. 47

c Foley, John Henry 121n., 130n., 136, 149, 160, 161, 162, 165–8 passim, 174, 174n.

Forbes, Charles J. (later 4th bart.) 362

b Fordham and Dean 143n.

Foreign Office (building) 163

Forster, John 39

c Foster (Brindley and Foster) 229, 354

b Foster and Dicksee 246

b Fotheringham (Patman and Fotheringham) 325

Foundling Hospital estate 27

c Fourmaintraux, Pierre 356

a Fowke, Francis 74, 86–9, 90, 91, 93, 94, 99, 101, 103, 104, 117, 128n., 153, 157, 183, 249; Pl. 2c
-, career 86, 93, 142
-, office and staff 88–9, 102–3, 183, 184, 192, 193, 205, 205n.
-, opinions about 87, 142, 145, 147n.
-, relations with other architects 86, 87, 125, 128, 147n., 205n., 206
-, works associated with Exhibition building of 1862 87, 138–47 passim
-, Huxley Building 234, 235
-, Natural History Museum 87, 203, 205, 206, 207, 249
-, Royal Albert Hall 87, 177, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 188, 192
-, Royal Horticultural Society's Garden 87, 92, 93, 125–9 passim, 142
-, South Kensington Museum 87, 89, 94, 100–104, 106–8 passim, 191
-, other buildings 87, 101n., 104, 127
-, see also under Albert, Prince Consort

Fowke, Frank (s. of Francis) 71, 88, 89, 94, 192, 209, 298

Fowke, Isabella (née Cole) 94

Fowler, Alfred 360

a Fowler, Sir John 65, 144, 184, 188, 302

Fox, Charles Richard (s. of 3rd Baron Holland) 6

Fox, Samson 228, 229, 229n.

b Fox and Barrett 189

c Frampton, Sir George 121n., 225

c Franchi, G., and Son 107

a Francis, F. and H. 203n.

Frankfurt (academy of music) 228

Frankland, Sir Edward 235

Franklin and Andrews 334n.

b Freake, Charles James 59, 181, 192, 217, 262, 265, 287–8, 306, 343, 349, 350
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 217, 219, 263
-, building activities
-, Cromwell Road and Place area 286–93
-, Exhibition Road and Princes Gate area 57, 58, 59, 265, 282, 294, 303–4
-, National Training School for Music (Royal College of Organists) 217, 219
-, Onslow Square 263, 288, 316
-, southern Queen's Gate area 299, 300, 301, 302
-, career summarized 287–8

Freake, Charles James (continued)
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and 59, 181, 217, 288, 343
-, freehold land dealings 14, 23, 54, 55, 57, 294, 301, 302
-, house types 289, 291, 293, 300, 310, 316; figs. 56–7, 67, 80, 82 (pp. 290, 292, 310, 314–15)
-, office, staff and business associates 264, 287, 288, 298, 301
-, own house 288, 289, 358; Pl. 91a
-, see also under Gladstone, W. E.

Frederick the Great (statue) 159

b Freeman, Messrs. 283n.

French influences at South Kensington 59, 89, 277, 278, 291n., 309, 348

Fresco-painting 109–10, 113

Freshfield, Douglas 364

a Fripp, S. C. 203n.

c Frith, W. S. 40, 121n., 244

Frogmore (mausoleum; Prince Consort's Dairy) 77, 111

Frost, Margaret 358

Fulham Board of Works 30n.

Fulham Road 3, 8

Fulham workhouse 30, 30n.

Fuller, Francis 58

Fulwell Park, Twickenham 288

Gabrielli, Antony 320, 363

Gabrielli, Henrietta 363

Gainsborough, Earls of (estates)15

b Galbraith Brothers 254, 258

Galsworthy, Frederick L. 359

Galton, Sir Douglas 238

Galton, Frances 361

c Gamble, James 90, 90n., 92, 93, 116
-, works City and Guilds College 241
-, Huxley Building 235, 237
-, Royal Albert Hall 189, 193
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum 107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 121n.

Gammie, Patrick 364

Gardener's Buildings 10

Gardens
-, communal and public 274–5, 276, 294, 298–9
-, private 19, 276, 291, 298, 316, 333
-, see also Royal Horticultural Society's Garden

c Gardner, J. Starkie, and Co. 237

Garland, Edgar 360

a Garling, H. B. 203n.

Garner, Thomas see Bodley and Garner

Gärtner, Friedrich von 76, 78

Gas lighting and supply 42, 59n., 101, 117, 126, 143, 191, 214

Gastronomic Symposium of All Nations 13

b Gayford (Killby and Gayford) 245, 246

b Gee, Walker and Slater 24

Gem, Harvey 10

General Post Office (building) 117

Geological Museum 95, 214, 216, 255, 256, 257–9; Pl. 75c

Geological Survey 80, 257, 258

George V (Prince of Wales 1901–10) 50, 72, 253, 255

George VI 259

a George, Ernest (and Peto) 253, 293

German art, education and science, awareness of 59, 74–8 passim, 80, 81, 101, 120, 151, 183, 183n., 194n, 233, 234, 239, 241n., 253, 256

Germany, Dowager Empress of see Victoria, Princess

Germany, Emperor of (Wilhelm II) 253

Gherardini collection 80

b Gibbons, Messrs. 330

c Gibbs, Alexander 352

Gibbs, T. B. Brandreth 134

b Gibbs and Canning, 111, 189, 210, 237n., 241

a Giblett, R. W. 203n.

Gibson, John 149, 150, 165

a Gibson, John 285

c Gilbert, Sir Alfred 59n.

Gillilan, William 46

c Gillow, Messrs. 304

Gladstone, Charlotte 360

Gladstone, W. E.
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 49, 55, 57, 61, 62
-, Albert, Prince, and 61, 64, 115
-, Albert Memorial, and 152, 153, 157, 172, 174, 178
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and 115, 191, 19m.
-, Exhibition building of 1862, and 107, 146, 147, 203
-, Freake, Charles James, and 57, 219, 288
-, Natural History Museum, and 202, 202n., 203, 207, 208, 209, 213
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 178, 188, 191, 191n.
-, Science and Art Department, and 71, 71n., 108, 116, 235, 251
-, science collections, institutions, and 235, 250, 251
-, South Kensington Museum, and 80, 107, 108, 115, 116, 119
-, Wales, Prince of, and 288, 346

Glascote Works, Tamworth 189

Glasgow (St. Mungo Vintners) 346

Glass in construction 85, 104, 141, 188, 197, 302
-, see also Conservatories and glass-houses
-, stained and painted churches 352–3, 354, 355, 356

Glass, stained and painted (continued)
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum 91, 104, 110, 111, 112, 113, 122, 123
-, other buildings 145, 213, 225

Glen Andred, Groombridge 36

Glendower Place 302

Gloucester, Maria, Duchess of 7

Gloucester Grove 19

Gloucester Grove East 19, 25

Gloucester Grove East School 25

Gloucester Grove West 19

Gloucester Lodge (also known as Villa Maria, Orford Lodge and Canning Villa) 7; fig. 1 (p. 2); Pl. 78d

Gloucester Place 19

Gloucester Road 7, 19, 20, 25, 26n., 38, 268, 269, 271, 272, 274, 275–7, 285, 297, 300; figs. 1, 9 (pp. 2, 28); Pl. 84b, c
-, East side (odd numbers) Argyle Villas 23
-, Campbell Court 276
-, Harrington Hotel 272
-, Hereford Arms public house 23
-, Jackson's builder's yard 264
-, Johnson's Cottages 22
-, Petersham Terrace see Nos. 37–59
-, Nos. 1–15 269
-, Nos. 17–35 272, 273–4, 319; Pl. 84b
-, Nos. 37–59 (Petersham Terrace) 273, 275–276, 276n., 359
-, Nos. 61–69 285, 313; fig. 75; Pl. 84c
-, Nos. 71–123 300; fig. 60
-, Nos. 129–151 20, 24, 349; fig. 4 (p. 20)
-, Nos. 153–155 (Argyle Villas) 23
-, see also Gloucester Lodge; Hogmire Lane; St. Stephen's

Gloucester Square see Kensington Gate

Gloucester Terrace 19, 20, 24

Glyptothek, Munich 74, 75

Goderich, Viscount (later 1st Earl of Ripon) 134

Godwin, George 134, 135, 136, 148, 289

Goedecker, H. (house of) Pl. 113c

Goethe 163

Golden Square 20

Goldingham, John 358

Goldsmiths Company 245

Goldsmiths' Extension, City and Guilds College
-, see under City and Guilds College

Goodall, Abraham 358

a Goodchild, T. 203n.

a Goodden, Prof. R. Y. 261

Goodfellow, Thomas 5

Goodhart-Rendel, H. S. 224, 226n., 232

Gordon, Capt. John 158n.

Gordon, Rachel E. H. 361

Gordon affair 71n.

Gore, The King's see Gore Lane

Gore House 11, 12–13, 54; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53); Pl. 78b

Gore House estate 11–13, 54; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

Gore Lane (also known as The King's Gore and Park Lane) 3, 11, 13, 14–15, 56, 91; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53); Pl. 2a

Gore Street 271, 282, 314

Goschen, G. J. 118

a Goss, S. G. 304n.

Gosselin, Frances 361

Governesses 322, 357–64 passim

Government, attitude to South Kensington
-, buildings and enterprises 50, 52, 60–2, 64, 65, 68–9, 101–2, 115, 116–17, 146–7, 152, 153, 157, 201, 227, 235, 242–3, 246, 250–8 passim
-, see also Disraeli, Benjamin; Gladstone, W. E.; Parliament; Treasury; Works, Office of

Government offices (Whitehall) competition 150, 203

Government School of Design see School of Design

Government School of Mines and Science Applied to the Arts 234
-, see also Royal School of Mines

Grafton, Dowager Duchess of (w. of 6th Duke) 38

Grafton cherry 7

Graham, Peter 134

Grammar of Ornament (Owen Jones) 77, 100

Granby, Marquis of see Rutland, 6th Duke of Granite see under Stone

Grant, Baron Albert 238

Grant, Sir Francis 65, 66

Grant, John 3

Granville, 2nd Earl 49, 61, 133, 138, 139, 140, 142, 144, 147, 182
-, Cole, Sir Henry, and 67, 137, 139, 145, 188, 198

a Gray, Charles 269

Gray, J. E. 209

Great Exhibition see Exhibitions, 1851

Great George Street 98, 271

Great Marylebone Street 25

Great Swan Alley (Chartered Accountants' building) 232

Greater London Council 334

Greek Church 70n.

b Green, George 24

Green, Thomas H. 359

Greenhill, Caroline 9

Greenwich (school of naval architecture) 234

Greenwich Hospital, Commissioners for 62, 64

b Greenwood (Holliday and Greenwood) 121n.

b Gregory, George and Joshua 302

Grey, Gen. Charles (secretary to Prince Albert and later to Queen Victoria) 50, 51, 55, 56, 64, 65, 66, 104, 127, 191n., 265, 293
-, 1862 Exhibition, and 64, 137, 147
-, Albert Memorial, and 148, 149, 150, 152–8
-, passim, 160, 161, 162, 163, 165, 169, 173, 175
-, Annual International Exhibitions (Eastern and Western Galleries), and 196, 197, 198, 198n.
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 135, 136
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 178–83 passim, 191n.

Grey, Sir William 319, 362

Grey and Ripon, Earl de 198

Grieve, James 360

Griffiths, Rev. Joseph and Mrs. 17

Grimsby (water tower) 77

Grisi, Giulia 29

b Grissell, Henry 106n.

b Grissell, Thomas, and Peto, Samuel Morton 34, 35

Grosvenor, Hon. Robert (later 2nd Baron Ebury) 321, 360

Grosvenor estate 288, 298

Grosvenor Gardens 343

Grosvenor Hotel 146

Grosvenor Mews (Mayfair) 17

Grosvenor Road, Pimlico 165

Ground rents
-, per acre 8, 32, 34, 55, 58, 62, 264, 268, 271, 274, 278, 286, 293, 295, 301, 304, 307
-, per foot frontage 39, 60, 67, 334
-, sale of at years' purchase 55, 56, 58, 62, 66, 276, 282, 291, 299, 332, 334

b Grove (Cochrane, Grove and Co.) 237n.

Grove, Sir George 228

Grove House (also known as Brompton Place) 10, 11, 58, 286; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

Grove House, Kensington Gore 12; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53); Pls. 77a, 78c

a Grover, J. W. 106, 113, 126, 144, 188

b Grover, John (and Son) 25, 338

Grüner, Ludwig 75, 77

c Grylls, Harry 354

Guards' Memorial, Hyde Park 151

Guildhall School of Music 228

Guilford Street, St. Pancras 294

Gulbenkian Foundation 261

Gunter estate 293, 349

'H. B.' (John Doyle) 58

Haldane, R. B. 226, 233, 253n.

Hale (Cromwell) House 3, 5; fig. 1 (p. 2)

Halkett, Amelia 359

Hall, Sir Benjamin 134

a Hall, J. G. 303

Hall, S. Carter 133, 134

Halles, Les, Paris 89, 143

Halliday, Sir Frederick James 319, 361

Halstead Place, Kent 336

Hamburg 76, 78, 101

Hamilton, Francis and George R. 360

Hammersley, Hugh 357

c Hampton and Sons 229

Hampton Court Palace 99

b Handyside, Andrew, and Co. 126n.

Hankey, H. A. 345

Hanover 76

Hanson, Joshua Flesher 32–6 passim

Hanson, Theodosia 36

a Harber, W. F. 268n.

Harcourt-Smith, Sir Cecil 121, 121n., 122

Hardcastle, Joseph A. 363

a Hardcastle, Wilfred J.

Hardinge, Francis 362

Hardman, Sir William 50, 136, 136n.

a Hardwick, P. C. 44, 150, 151, 151n, 152, 153, 178

Hardy, Paul Nathan (formerly P. H. Nathan) 44, 46

a Hare, Cecil 354

c Harland and Fisher 108

Harrington, Countess of (née Jane Fleming) 4

Harrington, 3rd Earl of 4

Harrington, 4th Earl of 3, 4, 7

Harrington, 5th Earl of 7, 8, 55, 56, 263, 264, 265, 268, 271, 272, 298

Harrington, 7th Earl of 298

Harrington, 11 th Earl of 299n.

Harrington estate 7–8, 55, 56–7, 262, 263, 264, 265–8, 269, 271–4, 275, 297–301, 310, 313, 317; fig. 18 (p. 53), plan B in end pocket
-, see also Harrington-Villars estate

Harrington Hotel 272

Harrington Road 18, 65, 296, 302, 307, 324
-, Norfolk Hotel 303
-, Queen's Gate Hall 302; fig. 61; Pl. 101e

Harrington-Villars estate 3–8; fig. 1

c Harris (Battiscombe and Harris) 25

Harris, Anna Maria see Brace

Harris, Elizabeth 9

Harris, Henry 271

Harris, John, seniorand junior 9

a Harris, William 271, 272, 310

c Harrison and Harrison 192

Hart, S. 142n.

c Hart, Son, Peard and Co. 107, 111, 121n., 123, 350

c Hartley, J. 145

Hartley Colliery disaster 152

b Harvey (McLaughlin and Harvey) 356

a Harvey, W. 203n.

Hassard see Hazard

Haull House 5

Hawker, Ann 9

Hawkins, Mr. Justice 347n.

Hawkins, Sir Caesar 12

a Hawkshaw, John 184, 188

Hawksmoor, Nicholas 6–7

Hayter, Edward 363

c Haywood, John 356

Hazard (Hassard), Henry I and II 13

c Heaton, Clement, and Co. 225

Heidelberg Castle 128

Heim, Rudolph 7

a Hemings, Frederick 347, 348

b Hemsley, William 189

Henrici, Prof. O. 240

Henry VIII 1

Henry Cole Building 237

c Herbert, J. R. 109, 149

Hereford Arms public house 23

Hereford Square 7, 23, 25, 349

Herschell, 1st Baron 221, 222, 226

Heseltine, J. P. 176, 331, 332, 333, 336

Heseltine, Philip 332n.

Hesketh, Lady Emily B. 363

Hesketh, R. 284, 285

Hewitt, Henry 16

Hicks, Sir Baptist (1st Viscount Campden) 26

Hicks, Elizabeth (Lady Campden) 26

a Higgins, J. W. 50

b Higgs, F. and F. H. 246

b Higgs, William 299

b Higgs and Hill 136, 246, 342

Hill, Henry 320, 363

c Hill, Norman and Beard 219

Historical Instruments, Museum of 230

a Hittorf, J. I. 151n.

a Hoffmann, Paul 325

Hofmann, Prof. A. W. 159, 234, 235

Hogmire (Hogmore) Lane (now Gloucester Road, q.v.) 7, 26, 26n., 27

b Holbrooke and Company 283n.

Holdsworth, James 360

a Holford, Sir William (later Baron) 247

Holland, 3rd Baron 6

Holland Park (No. 34) 331

Holland Park Avenue (Nos. 2–6, 23–27, 24–28) 33

Holland Park Road (No. 14) 327

b Holliday and Greenwood 121n.

c Hollins, M. D. see Minton's

Holy Trinity, Brompton 59, 81, 84, 87, 102, 349, 353

Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge 353, 354

Holy Trinity, Prince Consort Road 70, 353–6; fig. 100; P1. 117

Hood, Capt. Arthur W. A. 362

c Hook, J. C. 142, 142n.

Hoole and Co. 78, 90n., 111

Hoop and Toy public house 10

Hopkinson, Jonathan 298

Horse Guards 160

a Horsfall, William 6

c Horsley, J. C. 412n., 190

Hotels 65, 68, 272, 296, 302, 303, 324, 363

c Houdret (De Grelle, Houdret and Co.) 225

Houses
-, building costs
-, non-speculative 36, 42, 46, 331
-, speculative 266, 277, 279, 281, 294, 299, 307
-, demand for 67, 68, 296, 305, 317
-, façade types 307–16
-, interior decoration 13, 17, 25, 37, 40–1, 42, 44, 46, 265–6, 272, 277, 285, 304, 332, 334, 336, 340, 342
-, planning and accommodation non-speculative 13, 16, 17, 34, 40–1, 42, 44, 325, 326, 330, 331, 332, 334, 338, 340, 342; figs. 14, 16–17, 89, 91–5
-, speculative 265, 266, 271, 275, 281, 283, 289, 291, 293, 294, 300, 316–17; figs. 7, 12, 44, 46, 49, 53, 56, 58, 87–8, drawing between pp. 38–9
-, prices 38, 266, 269, 281, 282, 283, 285, 291, 296, 301, 307
-, rack rents 32, 33, 266, 283, 284, 291, 300
-, roof types 317
-, subdivision and conversion into flats 36, 37, 48, 68, 262, 297, 303, 305, 324, 332, 333, 343n.

Houses of Parliament 34, 224
-, decoration of 75–7 passim

Howard, George (later 9th Earl of Carlisle) 327

Howard of Effingham, 5th, 6th and 7th Barons 5

Hradschin Palace, Prague (Spanish Hall) 179

Hubbard, J. G. 349

Hübsch, Heinrich 76

c Hudson, Octavius 100, 142n., 144

Hull, William D. 363

Humbert, A. J. 77

Humphrey, Emma 360

Hunloke (formerly Fitzclarence), Capt. Frederick 359

a Hunt, H. A. (s. of Sir Henry) 50, 347, 348

a Hunt, Sir Henry Arthur 50, 65, 67, 264, 269, 287–8, 304
-, as 1851 Commissioners' surveyor 50, 65, 67, 67n., 68, 127, 239, 264, 289, 296, 304, 311, 330, 332, 343, 345
-, as Office of Works' consultant surveyor 50, 202, 203, 210, 212, 213, 214

Hunt, Leigh 12, 30

a Hunt, Stephenson and Jones 304

Hunt, W. Holman 142n.

Hunterian Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields 201

Husbands, C.

b Hussey, Thomas 67, 68, 343, 343n., 345, 348

Hutchinson, Mary 363

Huth, A. H. 336

Huxley, T. H. 71, 71n., 202, 202n., 208, 210, 213, 221, 224, 233, 234, 235, 238, 241, 250, 251, 252

Huxley Building (formerly Science Schools) 91, 94, 116, 118, 120, 193, 214, 234–7, 243, 246, 247; fig. 39 (p. 236); Pls. 14c, 58–9, 90b

c Huxley-Jones, T. B. 330

Hyde Park 16, 26, 133, 134, 135, 148, 151

Hyde Park Chapel of the Mormon Church 356

Hyde Park Gate 26, 27, 29, 32–8, 42, 266–7, 324; fig. 9 (p. 28)
-, Chancellor's House 34, 37
-, Cleeve Lodge (No. 42) 29
-, Monmouth House 37
-, Stoke Lodge (No. 45) 29; Pl. 79c
-, Nos. 1–4 26, 266–7, fig. 45; Pls. 28a, b, 79d, e, 83a, b
-, Nos. 5–8 15, 34–5; Pl. 79d, e
-, No. 9 34, 35
-, Nos. 10–13 34, 35; fig. 12; Pl. 80c
-, Nos. 14–16 35; Pl. 80c
-, No. 17 (Hanson's house) 34, 36
-, No. 18 36–7, 327; Pl. 93c, d
-, Nos. 19–24 34, 37, 38
-, Nos. 25–26 34; Pl. 80b
-, Nos. 27–28 34; Pl. 80b, e
-, No. 29 33–4, 37; Pl. 80d
-, No. 30 33–4, 37, 38; Pl. 101b
-, Nos. 31–34 36
-, No. 35A 37
-, Nos. 35–37 33, 36, 37, 38; fig. 11 (p. 33); Pl. 79d
-, Nos. 38–54 27, 29, 32; Pl. 79c, d
-, Nos. 58–59 26, 38; fig. 13 (p. 39)

Hyde Park Gate Mews 33

Hyde Park Terrace 14–15; Pl. 79b

I'Anson, Edward 224n.

c Image, Selwyn 40, 122

Imperial College 72, 73, 95, 233–47
-, buildings (since 1907) 245–7; plan d between pp. 54–5; Pl. 76a, b
-, expansion since 1945 73, 132, 196, 227, 232, 242, 244, 245, 246–7, 334, 338, 342
-, foundation 233–4
-, plans for expansion 1918–39 73, 246
-, site 72, 73, 234
-, see also City and Guilds College; Huxley Building; Royal College of Science; Royal School of Mines

Imperial Institute 69, 70, 95, 132, 199, 200, 220–7, 244; fig. 37 (p. 223); Pls. 68–70, 106b

Imperial Institute (continued)
-, tower 225, 226n., 227; Pls. 67a, 68a, 69a, 71c, 76b

Imperial Institute Road 60, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 95, 132, 199, 221, 239, 244, 252, 256, 338
-, see also Imperial College; Imperial Institute; Queen's Gate, No. 170; Royal College of Science; Royal School of Needlework

Imperial War Museum 200, 255

Inclosure Commissioners 7, 56, 57, 58, 264

Inderwick, John 15, 29, 30, 32

India 32, 46, 89n., 91, 217, 220, 224, 224n., 319, 320, 321, 342

India Office 199

Indian Museum (Indian section of South Kensington Museum) 94, 199, 217, 225

Industrial design 75, 76, 117, 260

Industrial education 50–2, 72, 75, 81, 148, 178, 224, 238, 240
-, see also Scientific and technical education

Industry, application of science and art to 49, 51–2, 74–81 passim, 118

a Ingelow, B. 203n.

Ingestre, Viscount (later 3rd Earl Talbot and 18th Earl of Shrewsbury) 6, 17

Institut Français du Royaume-Uni 348; Pl. 114b

Institute of British Sculptors 99, 130n.

Institution of Civil Engineers 183

Insurance companies 266, 269, 307
-, see also individual companies, viz. County Fire; London Assurance; Metropolitan Life; Provident Life; Royal Exchange Assurance; Scottish Provident

International Bazaar (Princes Gardens) 291n.; Pl. 90a

Internationalism 50–1, 148

Inverarity, George 364

Irish Board of Works 155, 156

Irish granite 155–6, 158, 158n.

Irish sculptors 165

Iron
-, firms and suppliers 98, 106n., 126, 126n., 143, 143n., 188, 189, 210, 237n., 241, 283n, 336
-, rise in price 171, 210
-, use in construction 98, 99, 103, 104, 106, 106n., 126, 126n., 143, 157, 173, 188, 189, 235, 272, 326, 334

Iron churches 317, 349

Irons, Rev. Prebendary W. J. 349

Isleworth (Worton Hall) 264

Italian influence at South Kensington 75, 90, 103, 116, 126, 129

Ivy Cottage 15

c Jack, George 112

a Jackson, A. Blomfield 229

c Jackson, F. A. 354

c Jackson, George, and Sons 229, 272

a Jackson, Sir T. G. 118, 119, 122, 222

b Jackson, Thomas 35, 264, 267

b Jackson, William 62–3, 262, 263, 264, 265, 297–8, 306, 307, 364
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 56–7, 60, 265
-, Alexander estate, and 274
-, building activities on 1851 Commissioners' estate 62–3, 268–9 on Harrington estate 263–4, 265–8, 271, 274, 297–8, 300
-, financial difficulties 63, 266–7, 269, 297–8
-, house types 265–6, 268, 300, 311, 314; figs. 44, 63, 65–6 (pp. 265, 309–10)
-, Queen's Gate (gate) 59
-, roadmaking 57, 59, 59n., 264
-, Villars estate, and 8, 55

Jackson's patent ornamental plasterwork, 229

b Jacobs, Mr. 143n.

b Jacobs, William 155

Jacobson, Gottlieb 293

Jacoby, J. A. (house of) Pl. 86a

c Jagger, C. Sargeant 330

James, E. J. 282n.

James, Sir Henry (later Baron James) 222

Jameson, Mrs. 357

a Jameson, Frederick 42

Jameson, Hugh R. F. 359

Jamieson, James 360

b Jarvis, John, and Sons 247

Jay Mews, 14; fig. 85 (p. 323)

b Jeffery, Henry 299

Jermyn Street (Geological Survey; Museum of Practical Geology; School of Mines) 97, 201, 234, 235, 257, 258, 259

Jerome, Jerome K. 229

Johanneum, Hamburg 78

c John, Sir W. Goscombe 121n.

Johnson, Charlotte (Lady) 363

a Johnson, J. 203n.

b Johnson, J. E., Messrs. 254

Johnson, John (1732–1814) 6

a Johnson, John (d. 1879) 146, 147

a Johnson, John, the younger (fl. 1784) 6

Johnson, Thomas 22

Johnson's Cottages 22

Johnston, Edward 363

Johnstone, H. A. 40

Johnstone, James 39

Johnstone, W. M. 40

Johnstone, William Alfred 39, 40

Jolly, — 88

Jolly, Frederick 364

a Jones, J. P. 44

a Jones, Owen 77, 78, 79, 87, 89, 91, 100, 106, 110, 126n., 144, 147, 147n., 260

Jones, Sir Roderick 37

a Joseph, Delissa 325

Joynes, Henry 7



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