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CHAPTER I (pp. 1–8)

Brompton Road: Introduction

1. M.B.W Minutes, 22 May 1863, p. 500; 29 April 1864, p. 473: L.C.C. Street Naming Order no. 7820.

2. Survey of London, vol. XXXXIII, 1975, p. 59.

3. Ibid., p. 4.

4. K.P.L., MS. 1211.

5. M.D.R. 1764 2 114.

6. London and Provincial Directory, 1827–8, sub Knightsbridge and Brompton.

7. National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 3486.

8. Fraser's Magazine, vol. xxxi, 1845, pp. 1–16, 188–205, 330–42, 445–57. The text of these articles differs little from the essays as posthumously collected in 1860. A revised edition, enlarged by Beatrice E. Horne, appeared in 1896.

9. W. Carew Hazlitt, The Hazlitts. Part the Second, 1912, pp. 74, 97 This is an expansion of the account of Brompton which originally appeared in W . Carew Hazlitt. Four Generations of a Literary Family, vol. 2, 1897

10. The Times, 22 Nov. 1836: Guildhall Library, La Pr W2 Kni.

11. The Architectural Magazine, vol. III 1836, p. 327: G.L.R.O., MR UP 172–3, 181, 204, 237: Commons Journals, vol. CI, 1846, p. 74.

12. P.P., 1845. xxvii. The Nineteenth Report of the Commissioners of the Metropolis Turnpike Roads North of the Thames, p. 5; 1849, xxvii, The Twenty-Third Report of the Commissioners, ul supra, p. 5.

13. W. Carew Hazlitt, The Hazlitts, Part the Second, 1912, p. 74

14. B. 3 Jan. 1852, pp. 11–12; 7 March 1857, p. 141; 6 April 1861. p. 235; 1 Feb. 1862, p. 82.

15. Pepperell. p. 15.

16. B. 22 March 1862, p. 212; 29 March 1862, p. 227: P.R.O., Ed. 28 15, no. 48: Kensington Vestry Minutes, 12 March 1873.

17. The Chelsea Herald, 30 Aug. 1884.

18. B. 20 Aug. 1859, p. 545.

19. The Architectural Review, vol. xvii. 1905, p. 251.

20. B.A. 102132 information kindly supplied by Mr. Dennis Marler of Capital and Counties Property Company Ltd.

21. B.A. 23847.

22. Ibid., 5833.

23. Ibid:. B.N. 21 June 1895, pp. 875–6.

24. D.S.R. 1898 113.

25. Ibid., 1898 121.

26. Ibid., 1898 83.

27. Ibid., 1899 23.

28. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 26 July 1899, p. 361.

29. Ibid., 4 May 1898, p. 74.

30. D.S.R. 1899 109.

31. Ibid., 1899 134.

32. B.A. 17280: D.S.R. 1899 147.

33. B. 6 Oct. 1860, p. 648: M.D.R. 1862 4/374.

34. B.A. 68569.

35. Ibid., 16019.

36. B. 8 Dec. 1860, p. 792: M.D.R. 1861 16 344.

37. B.A. 58962.

38. Ibid., 33173.

39. Ibid., 64366.

40. Ibid., 41334.

41. M.D.R. 1845 5 200.

42. B.A. 12546: D.S.R. 1897 123.

43. National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 5755.

44. B.A 101064.

45. B.R. 120320.

46. The Architect and Building News, 4 Oct. 1956, pp. 450–3.

47. B.A. 70237.

48. B.R. 9096.

49. Ibid., 30523.

50. D.S.R. 1905 1210–12.

51. B.A. 56067: The Architectural Review, vol. 138, Nov. 1965, pp. 348–9.

52. B.A. 89241.

53. Ibid., 74343.

CHAPTER II (pp. 9–32)

Brompton Road, South Side

1. E.C.R., 3 June 1766.

2. M.D.R. 1756 1 353.

3. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 11 March, 8 April 1756.

4. M.D.R 1764 5 542–3; 1765 1 268–9.

5. Ibid., 1764 2 273; 1765 2 404; 1765 4 38; 1765 6 411; 1766 5 244, 1766 7 311; 1767 5 104; 1767 6 92.

6. Ibid., 1767 2 451.

7. Ibid., 1764 4 186–7; 1772 2 526.

8. Ibid., 1768 1 576–7.

9. Ibid., 1768 4 57–60; 1769 7 292; 1770 3 494–5; 1770 6 55, 329.

10. Ibid., 1766 7 494–6; 1766 8 701–4; 1767 152–4 1767 5 207–10; 1767 7 171;1770 3 51.

11. Ibid., 1768 1 278–81; 1768 3 69–72.

12. Ibid., 1768 7 92; 1769 5 418–19; 1778 3 10

13. Ibid., 1775 2 476; 1775 4 217:1777 3 196–8

14. R.B.

15. M.D.R. 1775 2 479; 1775 3 9, 1776 6 424; 1777 5 536; 1778 1 75.

16. Dorothy Stroud, Henry Holland, His Life and Architecture 1966.pp.43–9 and Plate.12.

17. M.D.R. 1781/2/377–8; 1783/2/303–6.

18. Ibid., 1786/4/292; 1789/7/412.

19. Ibid., 1789/7/288, 298, 361.

20. Ibid., 1789/7/287, 289; 1790 4 317–18; 1790/5 45–9, 281–3; 1791/3/74–6; 1791/8/2; 1791/9 11–12; 1791/ 10/286–7; 1792/6/47; 1793/4 179; 1796/5/616; 1797/3/398.

21. Ibid., 1809/8/216; 1810/1/748; 1810/2/656, 715; 1810/ 9/248; 1830/7/707: R.B.

22. Pepperell, p. 55.

23. T. C. Croker, A Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, pp. 25–6.

24. Ibid., pp. 25–30: R.B.

25. B. 20 Aug. 1859, p. 545.

26. E.C.R., n.d. 1842, 8 Feb. 1842, 4 Jan. 1843.

27. P.R.O.,C16/18/F18, para. 75, answer of Tennant in Ford v. Tennant.

28. Ibid., C16/18/F18, paras. 5–8, Ford's bill of complaint in Ford v. Tennant: M.D.R. 1842/2/161.

29. P.R.O., C16/18/ F18, para. 22, answer of Tennant in Ford v. Tennant.

30. Ibid., J57/3771, p. 49, certificate of 1881: M.D.R. 1919/ 21 182, first schedule, part II.

31. P.R.O.J4/ 4377/677, affidavit of John Goddard, 1892.

32. E.g. M.D.R. 1842/4 107–15; 1842/5/718–25.

33. P.R.O.,J4/3500/1061, affidavit of William Watkins, 1888; J15/1889, f. 446;J15/1891, f. 1525.

34. P.P.R., 1892 288 and 1906/805, wills of John Goddard I and II.

35. P.R.O.,J15/1273/1258, order of 29 April 1876.

36. Ibid., J15/2021, ff. 1582, 1583.

37. Ibid., J15/1949, f. 1647; J15/1985, f. 1198; J15/2018, f. 20;JI5 2025, f. 651; J15/2051, f. 326; J15/2051, f. 579 (orders): M.D.R. 1895/7 651; 1897/29/822.

38. M.D.R. 1898 26/7.

39. Ibid., 1898/26/510, 712; 1919/21/182.

40. Ibid., 1889/9/837.

41. M.D.R. 1892 37/502; 1894/31/686: Chelsea Vestry Minutes, 9 Oct., 6 Nov. 1894; 19 Feb. 1895: P.R.O., BT31 15408 41731.

42. M.D.R. 1889 16 152: Kensington Vestry Minutes, 12 Dec. 1888, p. 307.

43. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 25 April 1894, p. 87; 9 May 1894, p. 130: B.A. 8533.

44. M.D.R. 1898 27/632.

45. B.A. 5833: B.X. 21 June 1895, pp. 875–6.

46. Dekorative kunst, xi, 1902–3, p. 211: photographs kindly supplied by the Kodak Museum.

47. T. C. Barker and Michael Robbins, A History of London Transport, vol. ii, 1974, pp. 57, 82, 109–113: B.A. 21974.

48. B.A. 33228: B.N. 11 Dec. 1903, p. 793: Who's Who in Architecture, 1914, sub Harber: P.O.D.

49. B.A 32391.

50. Ibid., 23847.

51. Ibid., 21864: D.S.R. 1903/23

52. B.A. 27281.

53. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 24 Nov. 1903, p. 23: D.S.R. 1903/174; 1904/698–705; 1905/1637–9.

54. B.A. 62446: D.S.R. 1903/69, 452: The Architects' Journal, 14 May 1930, pp. 739–40.

55. G.L.R.O., SBL 1034, pp. 204, 236; 1015, pp. 154, 443; 1031, p. 50.

56. Records of C. A. Daw and Son Ltd., in-letters, box 15a, letters from Slade, 8, 20 Feb. 1894.

57. D.S.R. 1893/87–9, 120–1, 150, 196–7; 1894 86–7; 1895 1–4: Daws' Records, in-letters, box 15a, Slade, 30 Aug., 4, 13, 16 Oct. 1893; 14 Jan., 20 Feb. 1894.

58. Daws' Records, unlabelled ledger 1877–1910, ff. 134, 171.

59. B.A. 7183.

60. Daws' Records, in-letters, box 8, Grove, 1891.

61. Ibid., in-letters, box 8, Grove, 1891; box 12, Marshall, 1891; box l7a, Voysey, 1891.

62. Ibid., in-letters, box 10a, Knight, 1893–6.

63. D.S.R. 1892/55–9, 169; 1894/157–60.

64. Daws' Records, unlabelled ledger, 1877–1910, ff. 134, 171–2.

65. The British Architect, 9 Feb. 1894, p. 93.

66. Ibid., 18 March 1892, p. 208.

67. Ibid., 9 Feb. 1894, p. 93: D.S.R. 1892 79–80.

68. The British Architect, 18 March 1892, p. 208.

69. P.O.D.

70. B. 29 Aug. 1896, p. 171.

71. D.S.R 1893/154: POD.

72. P.P.R., 1906/805, will of John Goddard II.

73. M.D.R. 1907/17/103; 1909/3/764; 1919/21/182.

74. Ibid., 1923/17/816.

75. P.P.R., 1953, will of John Goddard III.

76. The Times, 31 Jan. 1956.

77. Information kindly supplied by Mr. Dennis Marler.

78. R.B. P.O.D.

79. Harrods: A Story of British Achievement 1849–1949, 1949, pp. 10–11: Tim Dale, Harrods: The Store and the Legend, 1981, pp. 5–6.

80. Harrods Archives 1/10, extract from The Harrodian Gazette, 1916.

81. Dale, op. cit., pp. 6–8: P.O.D.

82. Harrods Archives 1 10, copy of letter from H. D. Harrod.

83. Ibid., 1/10, particulars of 1934: Harrods: A Story of British Achievement, p. 17.

84. The Chelsea Herald, 30 Aug. 1884: Harrods: A Story of British Achievement, p. 16.

85. Harrods: A Story of British Achievement, p. 20: The Chelsea Herald, 8 Dec. 1883; 30 Aug. 1884.

86. The Chelsea Herald, 8 Dec. 1883.

87. Ibid., 30 Aug. 1884: Dale, op. cit., pp. 9–12.

88. B. 22 Oct. 1881, p. 531: R.I.B.A. Library, Fellowship nomination papers of Alfred Williams, 9 April 1888.

89. The Chelsea Herald, 30 Aug. 1884: Dale, op. cit., pp. 12–15.

90. Harrods Archives 1/10, misc.: Dale, op. cit., pp. 16–19.

91. Harrods Archives 1/10, notes from directors' reports, 1890–4.

92. Dale, op. cit., p. 17: P.R.O., BT3I 15408 41731.

93. Chelsea Vestry Minutes, Oct. 1894–Feb. 1896, passim.

94. G.L.R.O., SBL 1034, pp. 204, 236.

95. Ibid., SBL 999, p. 136; 1015, pp. 154, 443; 1018, pp. 295–6; 1031, p. 50: P84 TR12 128 (Holy Trinity Church, Brompton, Church Council Minutes), Nov. 1892.

96. Cadogan Estate Office, Minutes, passim: P.O.D.

97. Chelsea Vestry Minutes, 9, 30July 1895.

98. L.C.C. Minutes, 15 Nov. 1892, p. 1058.

99. B.N. 8 Aug. 1917, p. 119: P.O.D.

100. D.S.R. 1894 121–2.

101. L.C.C. Minutes, 8 Oct. 1895, p. 876: D.S.R. (St Luke's, Chelsea), July 1895–Jan. 1896: Chelsea Vestry Minutes, 10 Dec. 1895; 4Feb. 1896.

102. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 24 March, 28 July 1897: The British Warehouseman, Nov. 1898.

103. Harrods Archives 1 10, misc. correspondence: G.L.R.O., SBL 999, p. 136.

104. Harrods Archives 1 10, notes from Directors' Reports: B.A. 19208: D.S.R. 1901 95.

105. Harrods Archives 2 2, The House that Every Woman Knows, 1909.

106. B.A. 19208, 21169: D.S.R. 1902 69, 178; 1904 38, 222, 239–46: The Studio, vol. 29, 1903, p. 117.

107. B.R. 1926: B.A. 32615, 37248.

108. B.R. 1926: B.A. 32615, 32708, 37248, 37914: Harrods Archives 2 5, The Wonderful Development of Harrods during Twenty-One Years, 1911: Daws' Records, agreement with Harrods of 23 March 1911: The Harrodian Gazette, 1913, p. 116.

109. G.L.R.O., LP 1/138, evidence of Richard Burbidge on London Building Acts (Amendment) Bill, 1905, q. 5860.

110. Harrods Archives 1/10, notes by Joseph Appel, 1906.

111. B.A. 32615, 32708, 37114, 37248, 37914, passim.

112. Ibid., 32708 (Feb. 1914): G.L.R.O., LP 1 138, qq. 5863–5, 5895–5923.

113. Harrods Archives 1 10, notes by Joseph Appel, 1906.

114. Deryck Abel, The House of Sage 1860–1960, [n.d.], p. 19.

115. The Studio, vol. 29, 1903, p. 117.

116. G.L.R.O., LP 1/138, q. 5869: Harrods Archives 1/10, statement of annual profits, and notes by Joseph Appel, 1906.

117. B.A. 27281.

118. L.C.C. Minutes, 20 Feb. 1912, p. 399:Harrods Archives 1 10, notes from Directors' Reports: Dale, op. cit., p. 42.

119. L.C.C. Minutes, 22–23 Dec. 1908, p. 1526: Harrods Archives 1/10, House Architect's Memorandum, 1943: B.R. 1926.

120. B.A. 37248.

121. B.R. 1926: B.A. 32615: The Architectural Review, vol. IXX, Nov. 1931, pp. 137–8.

122. Abel, op. cit., p. 21.

123. B.R. 1926: Harrods Archives 1 10, House Architect's Memorandum, 1943.

124. M.D.R. 1923 17 816.

125. Dale, op. cit., pp. 50–7.

126. P.R.O., PROB 11 487 63, will of Henry Hassard; C105/5: M.D.R. 1718 6 39; 1729 5 378–9: K.P.L., MS. 1211.

127. M.D.R. 1740 2 224–5; 1744/3/136; 1746/1/564–5.

128. Ibid., 1763 1 512–15, 520.

129. Charles Humphries and William C. Smith, Music Publishing in the British Isles, 1970, p. 297.

130. M.D.R. 1764 2/329–31.

131. B. 15 Dec. 1860, p. 807.

132. M.D.R. 1801 3/743.

133. Ibid., 1818 3 809.

134. Ibid., 1825/5/369; 1826/1/464; 1830/5 11; 1831/3/ 378; 1834/3/637: K.P.L., MSS. 533–8.

135. M.D.R. 1843/2/355; 1843/7/154; 1843/8/67; 1843/ 9 738; 1860 1 804.

136. Colvin, sub Hopper: Gilbert Herbert, Pioneers of Prefabrication, 1978, p. 111.

137. K.P.L., MS. 2356: M.B.W. 2504.

138. B. 6 Oct. 1860, p. 648: M.D.R. 1862/4 374.

139. M.D.R. 1861 2 623–4; 1861 8 724; 1861/10 30.

140. B. 8 Dec. 1860, p. 792: M.D.R. 1861 13 88–91; 1861 16 344–7.

141. B. 15 Dec. 1860, p. 807.

142. M.D.R. 1861 17 646–9; 1863 5 260: K.P.L., MS. 921.

143. M.D.R. 1863 5 229–30: Survey of London, vol. XXXVII, 1973. p 53

144. M.D.R. 1863 21 772–6, 1864 5 57; 1865 7 888; 1865 9 214; 1865 15 499; 1865 19 155. 423; 1865 21 812. 1865 23 700; 1865 25 278 (all leases); 1865 8 384; 1865 10 528, 1865 11 526; 1865 12 401; 1865 15 l023 (freehold conveyances).

145. Ibid., 1874 11 995.

146. P.O.D.: P.R.O., RG 10 49, ff. 55–61.

147. M.D.R. 1871 18 607–8.

148. Evening Standard, 25 March 1974.

149. K.P.L., press cutting in file sub Beauchamp Place.

150. Evening Standard, 29 Nov. 1972

151. M.D.R. 1763 2 63–4.

152. Ibid., 1761 1 256, 1768 5 94 K.P.I., MS. 1211.

153. K.P.L. MS. 5017; P.R.O., PROB 11 1243 180.

154. W. Keith Nealand D.H.I. Back, The Mantons: Gunmakers, 1967. pp. 125–213.

155. Ibid., pp 182–213.

156. M.D.R. 1825 2 444; K.P.I. MS. 5017: PRO., C13 1811 25, J90 533

157. M.D.R. 1825 13 458.

158. Nealand Back, op. cit., p.190.

159. M.D.R. 1825 13 650–1; 1826 1 351–3; 1826 3 284–5; 1826 9 224–5 K.P.L., MS 5017.

160. P.R.O., J90 533; C13 1811 25.

161. Ibid., C13 1811 25; M.D.R. 1831 7 379–81: K.P.I.., MS 5017.

162. M.D.R. 1836 5 301.

163. K.P.I.., MS. 5017.

164. D.S.R. 1845 440–1

165. Ibid., 1850 26–7.

166. M.D.R. 1844 8 47, 130, 291, 711, 1001; 1844 9 119, 345, 1844 10 870; 1845/1 894–5; 1845 2 598, 1003; 1845 3 847–8; 1845 5 317; 1845 7 145, 1845 8 776, 1845 9 298; 1845 10 143, 243–4; 1846 2 987–9; 1846 3 525 K.P.L., MS. 5017.

167. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 5 Oct. 1864: P.O.D.

168. P.R.O., RG 10 49, 11 61–9.

169. K.P.L., MS. 5017–18.

170. B.A 58962.

171. M.D.R. 1761 1 256/1769 1 504

172. Ibid., 1768 5 94 Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 17–18.

173. K.P.I. MS 1138

174. M.D.R. 1764 2 114, 290–2 K.P.L. MS. 1138.

175. M.D.R. 1765 4 609.

176. The World, 17 May 1791 T.C. Croker, Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, pp 45–7.

177. The World. 17 May 1791: D.N.B.

178. M.D.R. 1793 6 412: D.N.B.

179. M.D.R. 1805 3 234

180. The Autobiography of William Jerdan, 1853, vol. iv, p. 252: Croker, op. et loc. cit.

181. Croker, op.et loc. at.: R.B.

182. M.D.R. 1766 1 328; 1766 7 134; 1767 3 52; 1767 7 153; 1764 3 203; 1770 2 170; 1771 5 143.

183. Ibid., 1769 3 349.

184. R.B.: M.D.R. 1771 5 143: Croker, op. cit., p. 44 (which, however, assigns Andrews to No. 10 rather than No. 9 Brompton Grove, probably in error).

185. R.B.: Dizionartu Biografico degli Italiani, vol. 22, 1979, p. 266.

186. Croker. op. at, p. 47.

187. K.P.L., GC 2418 (lithograph of The Hermitage).

188. M.D.R. 1766 2 231; 1766 4 291; 1766 6 360.

189. Croker, op. cit., p. 48.

190. KPL pencil sketch of Yeoman's Row, c. 1888.

191. M.D.R. 1766 4 291; 1768 4 224: R.B.: G.L.R.O., MR LV 8 65.

192. M.D.R. 1766 2 189, 232–4, 493–9.

193. Ibid., 1771 6 431–2.

194. D.S.R. 1879 72–5: M.D.R. 1881 9 41.

195. Burke's Peerage, sub Dyer.

196. M.D.R. 1864 14 558.

197. R.I.B.A. Library, transcripts of autobiography of W.W. Pocock by Miss M. A. Powel. Selections relating to Ovington Square and Gardens were published in The Times, 29 Nov. 1960.

198. M.D.R. 1845 3 922–3; 1845 5 200.

199. R.I.B.A. Library, autobiography of W.W. Pocock, ut supra: M.D.R. 1845 4 902–3; 1845 5 996.

200. M.D.R. 1846 12 718; 1847 2 234–5; 1847 6 642; 1847 7 468; 1848 1 56; 1848.5 671: D.S.R. 1846 191–3, 334–5, 406–7; 1847 1–2, 236–7, 291–2, 300–1; 1848 80–1, 92.

201. M.D.R. 1845 4 900–1; 1845 5 126–7, 230–1; 1845/9 593–7; 1846 1 824: D.S.R. 1845/367–9.

202. M.D.R. 1846/1 391–5; 1846 6/685–7; 1846 7/840–7; 1846 11186–8; 1847 7/484; 1847 8/277–8; 1848 9 183–4; 1849 1 114; 1849 2 236; 1849 4 921; 1849.7 205–6; 1849 9 617; 1849 10/887; 1851 1/584; 1851/ 2 499, 510–11; 1851 9/969–70; 1852 16/295–9; 1854 9 557.

203. R.I.B.A. Library, autobiography of W.W. Pocock, ut supra: M.D.R. 1845 5 126–7, 230–1; 1846/1 644–6; 1846 8 253–6.

204. R.I.B. A Library, autobiography of W.W. Pocock, ut supra: G.L.R.O., MBO DS 29, passim: Dorothy Stroud, The South Kensington Estate of Henry Smith's Charity: Its History and Development, 1975, p. 73.

205. K.P.L., MS. 2409.

206. M.D.R. 1848 3 22; 1849/2 811.

207. P.R.O., HO 107 1469, ff. 202–7.

208. P.O.D.: Algernon Graves, The Royal Academy of Arts: A Complete Dictionary of Contributors… 1769 to 1904, 1905–6, sub Long and Middleton.

209. M.D.R. 1854 4 387.

210. R.I.B.A. Libran, autobiography of W.W. Pocock, ut supra: M.D.R. 1867 19 59–64; 1867 21/582–8; 1868 12 320–5, 336–7; 1868 14 955–74; 1868/22/985–6.

211. B.A 33173, 64366.

212. Ibid., 41334.

213. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, Clough Williams-Ellis drawings (RAN 32 K 3). Drawings of 1886 by George Aitchison also in this collection, once thought to be for the interior decoration of No. 18 Ovington Square, are now believed to be for No. 1 Grosvenor Crescent.

214. B.A. 100863: House and Garden, Feb. 1960.

215. PRO., HO 107 1469, ff. 209–23, 227–38

216. Ibid., RG11 43, ff. 102–20.

217. K.P.L., valuation note books, 1890–1.

218. Ibid., 1905–6.

219. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 25 Oct. 1938, p. 502.

220. B.A. 68726–9.

221. Ibid., 68731: The Architect and Building News, 14 Oct 1938, p. 52.

222. B.A. 102365.

223. The Sunday Times, 7 Dec. 1958.

224. G.L.R.O., MR/PLT 4889–4938.

225. Croker, op. cit., pp. 75–6.

226. P.R.O., MAF9/167/7359.

227. M.D.R. 1854/16/761.

228. R.B.: B.L., Add. MS. 31326 (Salway's plan).

229. K.P.L., D/5/341, xiii: G.L.R.O., MR/PLT 4924–31: R.B.

230. R.B.: M.D.R. 1826/4/259; 1828/2/547–8.

231. M.D.R. 1831/6 429.

232. B.R. 161875.

233. R.B.: P.O.D.: P.R.O., HO 107/1469, ff. 260–2.

234. P.R.O., PROB 11/1800/342: M.D.R. 1847/2/768; 1854/16/761.

235. M.D.R. 1867/8/1041.

236. D.S.R. 1871/283–5.

237. Ibid., 1871/170, 407–8.

238. P.O.D.: B.R. 7504.

239. Surrey R.O., 367/13/48: D.S.R. 1936/1008.

CHAPTER III (pp. 33–49)

Brompton Road, North Side

1. Estate plan and sale particulars of 1759 in K.P.L. 12423 (extra-illustrated copy of Faulkner): M.D.R. 1717/1 200–2.

2. List of possessions of Sir William Blake at his death, in extra-illustrated copy of Faulkner in B.L. (pressmark L.R.271.c.3), between pp. 440 and 441.

3. Faulkner, p. 433: E.C.R., 19 Jan. 1747.

4. M.D.R. 1717/1/202–3.

5. Ibid., 1717/1/200–3; 1717/3/255–6: G.L.R.O., C/96/47.

6. Transactions of tne Huguenot Society of South Carolina, no. 57, 1952, p. 26.

7. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. iii, 1733, p. 607.

8. M.D.R. 1761/3/452.

9. Henry George Davis, The Memorials of the Hamlet of Knights bridge, 1859, p. 146.

10. Estate plan and sale particulars of 1759 in K.P.L. 12423: M.D.R. 1717 1/200–2.

11. M.D.R. 1757/4/453; 1758/3/376: sale particulars in K.P.L. 12423.

12. Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, no. 57, 1952, pp. 27–8.

13. Ibid., p. 29.

14. St George's Hospital Archives, Deeds, bundle no. 3a, deed of 12 May 1778, Ann Moreau and Elisha Biscoe.

15. Charleston District Will Book A, pp. 405–6, and Inventory Book A, pp. 250–1, kindly communicated by South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

16. M.D.R. 1760/2 55–60: G.L.R.O., C 96/47.

17. M.D.R. 1801/6/20; 1808/1/674; 1817 5 485: G.L.R.O., C 96 46–7, 49, 58–60.

18. G.L.R.O., C 96/55, 57, 59, 61: M.D.R. 1803/7 753; 1808/1/674; 1817/5/485.

19. See e.g., M.D.R. 1820 1 319–20; 1824 11 738: Survey of London, vol. xxxx, 1970, p. 56.

20. M.D.R. 1817 5 486; see also M.D.R. 1821 6/220; 1822 1/751.

21. K.P.L., MS. 16794: G.L.R.O., C 96 58–60, 66.

22. G.L.R.O., C 96 66, 68–71; M.D.R. 1825 1 475–6: K.P.L., MSS. 16794–16821.

23. M.D.R. 1760 2 153–4.

24. Ibid., 1762 3 259–61; 1776 1 516–17.

25. Ibid., 1778 2 327–8; 1793 3 229; 1795/3 300: date of 1780 on gutterhead of No. 62 Brompton Road, photograph of 1902 in Westminster City Library, Buckingham Palace Road, E138: R.B.

26. M.D.R. 1793 3 226–31; 1795 3 300; 1796 1 492, 497–8: R.B.

27. T. C. Croker, A Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, p. 38.

28. M.D.R. 1841 7 732, 737: National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 3486.

29. G.L.R.O., Y SP 84 1 A-F: B. 4 Jan. 1845, p. 7.

30. National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 3486: K.P.L., MS. 6436: B.N. 1 Sept. 1893, p. 293: P.O.D.

31. B. 11 Nov. 1921, pp. 636, 640, 642.

32. Ibid., 17 Nov. 1888, p. 368: K.P.L., MS. 13711.

33. B. 30 July 1910, p. 128: P.O.D.

34. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 29 July 1896, p. 321: D.S.R. 1896 111–12.

35. B.A. 90262, 113962.

36. Ibid., 88025: The Architectural Review, vol. 121, Jan. 1956, p. 28.

37. B.A. 100934.

38. B. 14 Nov. 1958, p. 817.

39. Sale particulars of 1759 in K.P.L. 12423.

40. M.D.R. 1760/2/81.

41. John Chancellor Covington Smith, Pedigree of the Family of Biscae, 1887.

42. M.D.R. 1757/4/453; 1758 3 376.

43. Ibid., 1765/3/449: K.P.L., MS. 916.

44. M.D.R. 1766/2/317, 338–9; 1766/3/217, 409–13; 1766/5/127–8, 268, 420; 1766 6 580–2; 1766/7/608–10; 1766 8 16–21; 1767 1 25, 27, 235–40, 251; 1767/3/295–6; 1767 5 76–7; 1767 9 440; 1768/2 425–8; 1768 5 454, 490–5; 1768 6 88–90, 235.

45. E.g. M.D.R. 1766 2 340; 1766 3/450–4; 1766 5 421; 1766 8 22.

46. M.D.R. 1766 2 317; 1777 1 208.

47. Ibid., 1767 1 235–40; 1768 5 454, 490–5, 1768 6 88–90, 235: K.P.L., MS. 916.

48. M.D.R. 1766 8 16–19; 1767 3 295–6; 1767/5 76–7; 1767 9 440; 1768 2 425–8.

49. Ibid., 1771 3 100; 1772 6 469.

50. K.P.L., MSS. 6282–8.

51. M.D.R. 1870 10 398–9. B. 5 Dec. 1868, p. 885: K.P.A.., MS. 6284.

52. B. 10 Oct. 1903, pp. 358–9: B.N. 23 Oct. 1903, p. 547: B.A. 22347.

53. D.S.R. 1905 1210–12.

54. Architectural Design and Construction, vol. 5, 1935, p. 272: B.A. 34454.

55. The Shoe and Leather Record, 13 Feb. 1931, p. 35: The Cabinet Maker and Complete House Furnisher, 3 Jan. 1931, pp. 17, 19: The Architectural Review, vol. 69, Feb. 1931, p. 43: Architectural Design and Construction, vol. 7, 1937, p. 278: Sherban Cantacuzino, Wells Coates, 1978, pp. 42–3: Wells Coates. Architect and Designer, 1979 (exhibition catalogue), pp. 12, 22–3.

56. G.L.R.O., P84 TR12 135: M.D.R. 1769 1 487

57. Pepperell, p 29.

58. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, X5 4 (Dove Brothers drawings).

59. G.L.R.O., P84 TR12 136 2.

60. Pepperell. pp. 29–30.

61. The British Architect. 24 May 1878, p. 240: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection X5 4 (Dove Brothers drawings).

62. Letter and drawing communicated by Mr. Nicholas Bonham, Dec. 1980.

63. R.B.: Royal Institution, Rumford Papers, solicitor's bill (undated).

64. Royal Institution, Rumford Papers, letters, 1798–1802: Sanborn C. Brown, Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford, 1979. ch. 21.

65. Brown, op. cit., pp. 240–1: M. A. Pictet in Bibliothèque Britannique (Sciences et Arts), vol. 19, 1802, pp. 386–91: Thomas Webster, An Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy, 1844. p. 88: The Collected Work of Count Rumford, ed. Sanborn C Brown. vol. 3, 1969, pp. 358, 363–5.

66. Bibliotheque Britannique, loc cit.

67. Dartmouth College Library, U.S.A., Rumford Papers, inventory of No. 45 Brompton Row, 1802.

68. The Collected Works of Count Rumford, loc. cit.

69. Royal Institution, Rumford Papers, letters, 1802–3.

70. Ibid.: R.B

71. Auction notice in Count Rumford's house, Woburn, Mass., kindly communicated by Miss Louisa Chafee.

72. M.D.R. 1824 11 145; 1824 12 1110.

73. Ibid., 1826 8 587–90.

74. Ibid., 1826 9 507.

75. Ibid., 1826 2 464; 1827 3 315–16; 1827/6/716; 1827 7 9; 1827 10 703; 1828 2 60, 114; 1828/4/461; 1828 6 292; 1828 8 760; 1828/9/284; 1829/1/578; 1829 2 232, 539, 683, 767; 1829 3 278; 1830/6/597, 712; 1830 7 470; 1833 3 518; 1836/1/263.

76. Ibid., 1829 2 539, 683; 1830 7 471.

77. Ibid., 1829 2 683; 1829 3 583.

78. Ibid., 1830 4 211.

79. B.A. 55271.

80. M.D.R. 1774 7 359; 1781 1 271.

81. D.S.R. 1873 344–52; 1875 19–24, 317–19.

82. M.B.W contract no. 476

83. M.D.R. 1808 2 591; 1808 8 240; 1809 1 576; 1809 5 675; 1813 1 184; 1814 3 381, 1814 4 194.

84. St George's Hospital Archives, Weekly Board Minutes, 23 Jan., 8 Feb., 29 May 1895: D.S.R. 1895 80.

85. M.D.R. 1777 1 208.

86. E.C.R., 19 Jan. 1747

87. London Oratory, MS. A 1 3: M.D.R. 1808 6 390; 1812 8 374 C.C., file 20637.

88. M.D.R. 1812 8 374; 1812 9 933.

89. Ibid., 1762 3 164, 1808 6 390; 1812 8 374.

90. Ibid., 1821 9 495; 1822 2 629.

91. P.R.O., PROB 11 1821 150.

92. W.C.S. 66, p. 543

93. P.O.D.: M.D.R. 1819 6 593; 1819 8 129; 1822 8 135–9: Westminster City Library, Buckingham Palace Road, Grosvenor Board Minutes, vol. 8, ff. 133 353 417 480

94. M.D.R. 1821 9 495; 1822 2 629.

95. Ibid., 1823 3 300.

96. Ibid., 1823 4 666; 1823 5 43, 46, 114, 149, 755–7–1823 6 616; 1823 7 81, 446. 810; 1823 9 21, 68, 668, 736–7; 1823 10 983; 1824 3 780, 1824 5 79, 83, 791 1824 8 32 765; 1824/11 510, 512; 1825/2/798; 1825 4 532, 676; 1825/5/194; 1825/13/649, 850.

97. Ibid., 1822 2 629; 1823/9/668, 736–7: R.B.

98. M.D.R. 1823 5 149, 756; 1823/7/446; 1824/5/791; 1825 4 676; 1826 5 151.

99. Ibid., 1826/10/24; 1837/1 393; 1839/3/18.

100. E. Beresford Chancellor, The History of the Squares of London, 1907, pp. 291–4.

101. R.B.: P.O.D. PRO., HO 107/1469, f. 51.

102. W.C.S. 70, pp. 280, 286; 178, p. 414; 179, pp. 34, 263.

103. Ibid., 69, p. 14; 236, petition of 15 Sept. 1825.

104. 5 Geo. IV, c. 108, local and personal.

105. M.D.R. 1826/3/449; 1826/5/151; 1826/10/24; 1828/9/140; 1829/5/269; 1830/2/316–17; 1831/3/147; 1839/3 18: G.L.R.O., O/169/1: R.B.

106. M.D.R. 1824 6 301; 1830/4 211; 1832/4/619; 1839/ 2 317; 1842 4 1004; 1842/5 330, 388; 1843/8 540.

107. W.C.S. 71, p. 265; M.D.R. 1832/4 619; P.O.D.

108. M.D.R. 1832/4/619–22.

109. W.C.S. 187, p. 33: R.B.

110. M.B.W. 213, presented papers for meeting of 4 Feb. 1856.

111. The Times, 4, 7 March 1842.

112. M.D.R. 1837/1/393; 1838/2/514; 1838/3/258.

113. Ibid., 1832 4 623; 1839/2/317; 1850/1 712.

114. Guildhall Library, MS. 8733/8, p. 139.

115. M.D.R. 1839/3/18.

116. The Times, 20 Jan. 1849.

117. Ibid., 4, 7 March 1842: M.D.R. 1842/4/1004; 1842/ 5/330, 388; 1842/7/415; 1842/8 134, 312–13; 1843/8/540.

118. The Times. 19 Aug., 2 Dec. 1848; 20 Jan. 1849.

119. R.B. PRO., HO 107/1469, f. 51: M.D.R. 1849/7/247; 1850 3 429; 1850 8/280; 1851/7/20.

120. P.R.O., J121 162: P.P.R., probates of wills of Mary Farlar (1860) and John Farlar (1864), and administration of effects of William Farlar (1875).

121. M.D.R. 1849 10/1178.

122. Drawing exhibited at Fine Arts Society Gallery, 1981.

123. B. 24 May 1856, p. 290; see also B. 14, 21 Jan., 11, 18, 25 Feb., 18 March 1854, pp. 18, 30, 36, 78, 90, 102, 142.

124. M.D.R. 1854 1 698; 1855/4/404–5.

125. B. 24 May 1856, p. 290.

126. P.R.O., HO 107/690/11, ff. 5–13.

127. The Autobiography of Francis Place, ed. Mary Thale, 1972, pp. 258, 267–9, 273: R.B.

128. H.B., Blue Plaque file 1259.

129. L.C.C. Minutes, 14Jan. 1890, p. 11: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C, no. 483: P.R.O., BT31/4359/ 28315.

130. M.B.W. 1793, f. 339: D.S.R. 1881 233:5. 21 Nov. 1885, p. 716.

131. B.A. 21974: D.S.R. 1906/806–9.

132. B.A. 31123.

133. H.B. files.

134. B.R. 156927.

135. B.A. 48311.

136. St. George's Hospital Archives, Misc. Deeds, abstract of title (c. 1800): C.C., file 20637, abstract of title, c. 1825.

137. St. George's Hospital Archives, Weekly Board Minutes, vol. 5 (1746–9), pp. 101, 220, 317, 350, 353, 360; vol. 6, passim.

138. Kensington Vestry Minutes, March-May 1823: C.C., file 20636, letter from Rev. Thomas Rennell, 1 April 1823.

139. C.C., files 20636, 20637, 44080, passim; Commissioners for Building New Churches, Minute Book 16, p. 138.

140. St. George's Hospital Archives, Weekly Board Minutes, March–April 1825.

141. C.C., file 44080.

142. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. c, 1830, p. 580: C.C., file 44080.

143. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. c, 1830, p. 579.

144. Ibid., p. 580.

145. C.C., file 44080: The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. c, 1830, p. 579.

146. G.L.R.O., P84/TRI2/127, Nov. 1830.

147. B. 21 May 1843, p. 181; see also B. 22 April, 3 June 1843, pp. 129, 212: M.B.W. 213, loc. cit.: G.L.R.O., P84 TRI2 127, May 1843.

148. B. 31 Oct. 1863, p. 777: Pepperell, p. 15: The South London Press, 26 Oct. 1872, p. 5.

149. G.L.R.O., P84/TRI2/128, May 1879.

150. Ibid., June–Dec. 1879: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, 05/1 (Dove Brothers drawings and specification): The Kensington News, 28 June 1879, p. 2.

151. G.L.R.O., P84 TRI2/128, May 1880–Nov. 1882: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, 05/1 (Dove Brothers drawings).

152. G.L.R.O., P84/TRI2/128, May 1884–Nov. 1886, April 1891.

153. Ibid., P84 TRI2/129, May 1901, March 1905–Nov. 1906: B. 14 April 1906, p. 414.

154. G.L.R.O., P84 TRI2/129, Nov. 1903.

155. Ibid., Feb., May 1904, May 1906, March–Dec. 1914, May 1927.

156. Ibid., Nov. 1910, March, Nov. 1913.

157. G.L.R.O., P84 TRI2/72–5, 78; P84/TRJ2/129, Nov. 1917, Feb., Oct. 1919, May 1923, April 1924, May 1926, April 1928: dates in situ.

158. Information kindly supplied by Vicar and Churchwardens of Holy Trinity, Brompton.

159. National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 3486, report of 1936: Pepperell, p. 15: D.S.R. 1841 224: information kindly supplied by Vicar and Church-wardens of Holy Trinity, Brompton.

160. Harvey Hackman, Wates's Book of London Churchyards, 1981, p. 71.

CHAPTER IV (pp. 50–57)

The London Oratory of St. Philip Neri and the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

1. The Tablet, 26 April 1884, p. 645.

2. (Fr. R. F. Kerr], ‘The Oratory in London’, in Oratory Parish Magazine, Jan. 1924, pp. 437–42.

3. London Oratory, Congregation Minutes (1850–1900), Sept.–Oct. 1852; MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda relating to the London Oratorian history’, pp. 142f. (journal of Fr. Gordon).

4. Kerr, op. cit., pp. 439–41: The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman, vol. xv, ed. C. S. Dessain and V. F. Blehl, 1964, p. 167 and note.

5. London Oratory, Letters, vol. 25, ff. 35–6; Fr. Kerr's annotated copy of ‘The Oratory in London’, vol. 1, p. 170 (Faber to Whitty, 23 Dec. 1852)’

6. Ibid., MS. A 1 3.

7. Faulkner, p. 615.

8. Information kindly supplied by Fr. Richard Price.

9. London Oratory, Congregation Minutes, ut supra, MS. A 1 4; MS. declaration of trust, 29 May 1854: M.D.R. 1852 16 341; 1854 8 260: B. 11 Dec. 1852, pp. 779–80; 20 May 1871, p. 384.

10. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 7 May 1853: M.D.R. 1854 2 420: Kerr, op. at., April 1924, p. 502.

11. Kerr, op. at., April, May 1924, pp. 502, 517–18: The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman, ut supra, p. 364 and note.

12. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 21 April 1853; MS. A 15: G.L.R.O., MBO 31, pp. 134, 230; MBO 32, p. 169: Kerr, op. cit. May, June 1924, pp. 518, 541.

13. London Oratory, plan, 2 Oct. 1852: G.L.R.O., MBO 31, case 1841; MBO 165, case 1486.

14. London Oratory, MS. vol. of ‘ Various memoranda …’, p. 142f. (journal of Fr. Gordon, 26 July 1853); General Congregation, Minutes, 19 Aug. 1853.

15. E. Yates, ‘ Then and Now’ (copy in Victoria and Albert Museum Library, MS. 86 HH Box 1).

16. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 7 Oct. 1853; MS. A I H: Kerr, op. at., June 1924, p. 541: The Tablet, 17 Dec. 1853, p. 803.

17. Information kindly supplied by Dr. J. M. Robinson.

18. I.L.N. 1 April 1854, p. 290.

19. The Tablet, 17 Dec. 1853, p. 803: L.L.N 1 April 1854, p. 290.

20. London Oratory, Letters, vol. 30, no. 25.

21. The Freehold Land Times, and Building News, 15 Aug. 1854, p. 292.

22. London Oratory, Letters, vol. 20, no. 29.

23. Ibid.: Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 56–7.

24. London Oratory, Congregation Minutes (1850–1900), 19 March 1853.

25. Ibid.; Auditor's Report Book 1851–64 (18 Feb. 1855).

26. Kerr, op. cit., Nov. 1926, p. 208.

27. London Oratory, Letters, vol. 20, no. 32.

28. Ibid.; Auditor's Report Book 1851–64 (18 Feb. 1855).

29. The Tablet, 17 Dec. 1853, p. 803: I.L.N. 1 April 1854, p. 290: British Almanac for 1855 Companion, p. 220: London Oratory, Auditor's Report Book 1851–64 (18 Feb. 1855).

30. London Oratory, Fr. Kirr's annotated copy of ‘The Oratory in London’, vol. 1, p. 216; folder, ‘ New Church 1880–1884’.

31. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 7 Oct. 1857, 5 Jan. 1858: Kerr, op. at., Dec. 1924, pp. 661–2: B. 8 May, 24 July 1858, pp. 323, 501: B.Y. 9 July, 17 Sept. 1858, pp.‘ 696, 930 (where, on p. 696, the method of lifting the roof off is described).

32. O.S. sheet VI 100, 1862–7.

33. The Architect, 19 Jan. 1878, p. 34.

34. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 7 Oct. 1857.

35. Ibid., 6 June, 23 Oct. 1X71: R.I.B.A Drawings Collection, J. H. Pollen, vol. II, pp. 69, 81, 83, 85, 87: Kerr, op. cit., June 1926, p. 108: Anne Pollen, John Hungerford Pollen, 1912, p. 376

36. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 24 May 1872: Kerr, op cit., June 1926, p. 108.

37. Kerr, op. cit. Nov., Dec. 1926. pp. 209, 225: Arundel Castle Muniments, MS. 2082.

38. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 17 May 1875.

39. Department of Science and Art, Directories, 1870–5.

40. James Fergusson. History of the Modern Styles of Architecture, 2nd ed. 1873. vol. II, Appendix, pp. 569–74.

41. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 18 Oct. 1875.

42. Ibid., Congregation of Deputies, Minutes, 4 June 1875.

43. Ibid, MS. sol. of ‘Various memoranda …’, p. 220 (journal of Fr. Keogh): Kerr, op. at., Feb. 1927, p. 21.

44. London Oratory, Prefect of Editiees, Church Building Account The British Architect, 25 May 1877, p. 316.

45. B.N. 3, 10 March 1876, pp. 218, 262

46. Kerr, op. at. Feb. 1927, p. 22: B.N. 28 June 1878, p. 643: B. 18 May. 15 June 1872, pp. 396, 472: Boase: R.I.B.A. Library, WeS 1 10.

47. London Oratory, MS. vol., ‘Various memoranda …’, p. 219 (journal of Fr. Kerr).

48. Ibid., p. 379 (note by Fr. Kerr).

49. Ibid., Congregation of Deputies, 12 Nov. 16, 21 Dec. 1877: Kerr, op at., Feb. 1927, pp 23–5 The British Architect, 25 Jan 1878. p. 49

50. London Oratory, Instructions for Architects offering designs fur the near Church of the Oratory.

51. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 22 May 1878.

52. Ibid., Report, 19 June 1878, in folder ‘New Church 1880–1884’.

53. Ibid., Gribble's explanation of his design, 1 May 1878, in folder ‘ New Church 1880–1884’.

54. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 24, 26 June 1878.

55. The British Architect, 28 June 1878, pp.300–l: The Architect, 6, 13 July 1878, pp. 15, 27 (corresp.): B.N. 19 July, 9 Aug. 1878. pp. 69, 146–7 (corresp): B. 27 July, 3 Aug. 1878, pp. 789 (corresp.), 817 (corresp.).

56. The Architect, 6, 13 July 1878, pp. 15, 27.

57. The British Architect. 28 June 1878, pp. 300–1: B.N. 28 June 1878, pp. 643–4. B. 29 June 1878, pp. 665–6.

58. The British Architect, 28June 1878, pp. 300–1.

59. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 26, 27 June 1878: B. 29 June 1878, pp. 665–6.

60. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 25 Oct. 1878, 7 May 1879.

61. Ibid., 2 Oct. 1878.

62. B.N. 2 May 1879 Cf. south elevation and cross-section by ‘ D.O.M.’ in possession of the architects to the Oratory, Carden, Godfrey, MacFadyen and Sturgis.

63. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 25 June, 23 Sept. 1879

64. B 17 Feb. 1883, p. 225

65. Ibid. B.N. 12 Dec. 1879, p. 719.

66. London Oratory, Prefect of Edifices, Church Building Account (total to 31 Dec. 1885).

67. Ibid., photograph album in Library, p. 23: Kerr, op. at., Sept. 1927, p. 159: information kindly supplied by Mr. L. R. C Holland, H.M. Consul General at Alexandria.

68. London Oratory, , MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda…’., p. 222 (journal of Fr. Keogh).

69. Herbert Gribble, ‘ How 1 Built the Oratory’ in Merry England, 1885, vol. c, p. 260.

70. B. 3 July 1880, p. 33.

71. The Tablet, 19, 26 April 1884, pp. 630, 645.

72. B. 17 Feb. 1883, p. 225.

73. Ibid., 5 Jan. 1895, p. 13.

74. Gribble, op. at., pp. 260–72.

75. B.N. 2 May 1884, p. 692: The Architect, 13 Dec. 1894, p. 378: London Oratory, Specification of Works, 1879.

76. London Oratory, Specification of Works, 1879.

77. B.N. 30 Sept. 1881, p. 426.

78. Printed précis of Minutes of Science and Art Department, 13 Dec. 1886: 34th. Report of Department, 1887, p. xxvi.

79. B. 29 June 1878, p. 665.

80. Gribble, op. cit., p. 272.

81. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 23 Dec. 1881, 5 Jan., 22 Feb. 1882; MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda …’, p. 92 (journal of Fr. Gordon): B.N. 20 Jan., 3 March 1882, pp. 9–1, 283: B. 11 March 1882, p. 279; 22 Dec. 1894, p. 458.

82. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 20 May 1885.

83. Ibid., memorandum by J. H. Pollen, May 1885, in folder, New Church 1880–1884’: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, J. II. Pollen, vol. n, pp. 81, 85, 87.

84. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 20 Jan., 16 May, 27 June 1888 et seq.: Fr. E. Kilburn, . A Walk Round the Church of the London Oratory, 1980 ed., p. 19.

85. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 28 May, 3 June, 10 Dec. 1890.

86. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 3July, 15 Aug., 22, 29 Dec. 1891, 4 May 1892.

87. Ibid., Congregation of Deputies, Minutes, 14 Aug. 1893; General Congregation, Minutes, 31 Oct. 1893; elevation signed by Gribble, n.d.; elevation signed by Shaw, Sept. 1893: Guide to the Oratory, ed. H. S. Bowdcn, 1893, p. 3: R.l.B.A. Journal, 3rd. series, vol. n, Dec. 1894, p. 128.

88. Arundel Castle Muniments, C 591.

89. London Oratory, Prefect of Edifices, Church Building Account.

90. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 10 June, 23 Nov. 1896, 28 April, 13 Oct. 1897: D.S.R. 1891/57.

91. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C., no. 693.

92. Gribble, op. at., pp. 268–9: London Oratory, Gribble to Fr. Gordon, 20 Sept. 1882, 21 March 1883 in folder, ‘ New Church 1880–1884’.

93. Kilburn, up. at., p. 11.

94. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 4 July 1894; elevation by Sherrin, 1894.

95. ‘ "Architects I have known": The Architectural Career of S. D. Adshead’, ed. Alan Powers, in Architectural History, vol. 24, 1981, pp. 110–11.

96. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 30 Oct. 1895: The Times, 16 July 1896.

97. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 4, 18 Jan. 1911; plans and elevations by Stokes, Oct. 1910, April 1911: B. 10 Dec. 1910, p. 719.

98. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 27 April 1910: Kerr, op. cit., May, June 1925, pp. 85, 101.

99. Information kindly supplied by the Fathers of the Oratory.

100. B. 15 March 1884, pp. 386–7.

101. In possession of the London Oratory.

102. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 5 June 1895: Kilburn, op. at., p. 14: V. Suboff, ‘Giuseppe Mazzuoli’ in Jahrbuch der Preussischen kunstsammlungen, vol. 49, 1928, pp. 37, 47.

103. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 30 Sept. 1884, 15 June 1885, 1 July 1889, 7 May 1890: Guide, 1893, ut supra, passim.

104. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 19 Oct. 1927 to Oct. 1932; memorandum by Fr. Superior in MS. vol. of ‘ Various memoranda ….’, pp. 300–5; typescript by Formilli in folder ‘ New Church 1880–1884’; coloured photograph of Formilli's perspective (proposed): Who Was Who 1941–50: P.O.D.

105. Oratory Parish Magazine, Sept. 1928, p. 179.

106. London Oratory, Gribble's explanation of his competition design, 1 May ’1878, in folder ‘ New Church 1880–1884’; General Congregation, Minutes, 19 May 1879.

107. Unless otherwise stated the information is taken from the 1980 edition of Fr. Kilburn's.A Walk Round the Church of the London Oratory.

108. London Oratory, design by Webb, Oct. 1935.

109. Drawing by Scoles in possession of Carden, Godfrey, Macfadyen and Slurps.

110. The Tablet, 19 April 1884, p. 630.

111. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 20 Oct. 1897, 14 Dec. 1898: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection. U/6.

112. London Oratory, letters, vol. 18, no. 41; Fr. Kcrr's annotated copy of ‘ The Oratory in London’, vol. 1, p. 214: Thieme u. Becker, Lexikon …., vol. xxxii (1938).

113. B.N. 19 May 1882, p. 615.

114. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 25 June, 2 July 1890; estimate, n.d., in folder ‘ New Church 1880–1884’: Guide, 1893, ut supra, p. 23.

115. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 26 Jan. 1927.

116. Ibid., 25 May, 2 Oct. 1901; MS. A 6 12.

117. Guide, 1893, ut supra, p. 27.

118. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 22 April 1885.

119. Ibid., 20 Jan., 16 May, 27 June 1888 et seq.

120. Ibid., 23 Jan. 1924, 29 April 1925: Oratory Parish Magazine, 1927, p. 50.

121. J. Mordaunt Crook, William Surges, 1981, p. 396, note 30: London Oratory, MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda ….’, p. 221 (journal of Fr. Keogh)

122. London Oratory, MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda …’, p 375 (notes by Fr. Keogh): The Tablet, 5 April 1884, p. 551: information and photographs kindly supplied by Dr. V 11. Jenniskens of the Gemeentelijke Archiefdienst Maastricht: F. X. De Feller, Itinéraire ou voyages …, Liege, 1820, vol. 2, p. 176.

123. Guide, ut supra, 1893, p. 55.

124. London Oratory, General Congregation, Minutes, 30 Sept. 1884.

125. Ibid., drawings by D. Stokes, Aug. 1936.

126. Ibid., General Congregation, Minutes, 12 Nov. 1879; MS. vol. of ‘Various memoranda …’, p. 223 (journal of Fr. Keogh): B. 15 March 1884, pp. 386–7.

127. Kerr, op. at., May 1927, p. 79.

128. G. B. Carboni, Le Pitture e Sculture di Brescia, 1760, p. 89: Carmela Tua, ‘Orazio Marinali e i suoi fratelli’, in Rivista D'Arte, vol. xxii, 1935. p. 310.

129. Carboni, op. et loc. cit.: Thieme u. Becker, Lexikon …., vol. xxiv (1935):C.Semenzato, La Scultura Veneta Del Settecento c DelSettetento, 1966, p. 89: Kilburn, op. tit., p. 24

130. Carboni, op. et loc. cit.: Kilburn, op. tit., p. 24

131. The Times, 26 April 1884: Guide, ut supra, 1893, p. 66: P.O.D.

132. B.N. 12 Oct. 1883, p. 586: B. 15 March 1884, pp. 386–7.

133. Oratory Parish Magazine, Sept. 1970, p. 2.

134. London Oratory, –, General Congregation, Minutes, 9 Oct. 1918: Oratory, Parish Magazine, March – Dec. 1921.

135. H. M. Gillett, The Story of the London Oratory Church, 1934, p. 50.

136. Information kindly supplied by Fr. Manus P. Keane, S.J.

CHAPTER V (pp. 58–86)

The Alexander Estate

1. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 15, deed of settlement, 28 Sept. 1830.

2. Dorothy Stroud, The Thurloe Estate South Kensington, an account of its origins and development, 1965 ed., pp. 5–6.

3. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, p. 8.

4. List of possessions of Sir William Blake at his death, in extra-illustrated copy of Faulkner in B.L. (pressmark L.R.271.C.3), between pp. 440 and 441.

5. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 15, copy of will of Anna Maria Brace.

6. Ibid., box 3, bundle 15, copy of will of Harris Thurloe Brace.

7. Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, pp. 10–11: Stroud, op. cit., p. 28.

8. A.E.P., box 1, bundle 16, land tax redemption contract, 22 June 1799.

9. John H. Harvey, ‘ The Nurseries on Milne's Land-Use Map’, in Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeologicai Society, vol. 24. 1973, p. 186.

10. K.P.L., MS. 1040.

11. John H. Harvey, op. et lot. cit.: K.P.L., MS. 94: G.L.R.O., B HRS 44, 49.

12. G.L.R.O., B HRS 51.

13. Ibid., B HRS 40.

14. Peregrine Bingham, New Cases in The Court of Common Pleas, vol. iv, 1838, pp. 799–800.

15. PRO., B4 45, H148.

16. R.B.

17. M.D.R. 1786 1 461.

18. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 13, sale particulars of 1808; lease and release of 4 5 Oct. 1808: M.D.R. 1808 9 696.

19. G.L.R.O., MR LV passim: M.D.R. 1747 2/545; 1749/ 1 103–4; 1758 3 610; 1786 1 461.

20. Guildhall Library, MS. 8674 5, p. 244, no. 16290: G.L.R.O., MR LV 3 95; 5 17: G.L.R.O., MR LV passim: K.P.L., MS. 94.

21. Stroud, op. at., pp. 11–12.

22. K.P.L., Kensington Turnkpike Trust, Committee Minutes, 28 June 1824: A.E.P., box 2, bundle 13, lease of 22 Dec. 1825: M.D.R. 1825 10 77.

23. The Land and Building News, 1 Sept. 1855, p. 1071: Colvin.

24. A.L.P., box 2, bundle 13, lease of 4 Feb. 1856; agreement of 28 July 1879: M.D.R. 1856 2 601: The Land and Building News; 1 Sept. 1855, p. 1071: B. 20 Sept. 1879, p. 1065

25. B. 3 Oct. 1874, p. 828.

26. Ibid, (illus.): K.P.L., watercolour of Hoop and Toy by T.H. Shepherd.

27. R.B.: G.L.R.O., MR LV 7 46; MR LV, 1760–75 passim.

28. A.E.P, box 1. bundle 1. agreement of 9 July and lease of 31 Dec. 1844.

29. Bingham, op. el Inc. at.: A.E.P., box 1, bundle 17, agreement of 14 June 1826.

30. PRO., HO 107 690 10, f. 59.

31. Chelsea Library, Hans Town ratebook, June 1806; parish ratebook. Midsummer 1806.

32. M.D.R. 1809 2 11; 1810 2 656, 715; 1810 5 706–7; 1810 6 116, 839; 1810 8 7, 457.

33. Chelsea Library, Hans Town ratebook, June 1810.

34. Holden's Trinnial Directory, 1816–17.

35. M.D.R. 1820 2 326; 1820 3 54–5; 1821 1 395; 1821 2 216.

36. Ibid., 1825 7 86–7 R.B.

37. PRO, B4 51, B15: G.L.R.O., KBG 12, pp. 318–19.

38. P.R.O., B4 51, B389.

39. K.P.L, Kensington Turnpike Trust, Committee Minutes, 28 June 1824: Underhill's Triennial Directory; 1822–24.

40. A.E.P. box 2, bundle 7, lease of 25 May of No. 1 Alexander Sq.

41. Ibid., box 1, bundle 17, agreement of 14 June 1826: Bingham, op. at., pp. 800, 806: M.D.R. 1836/1/347.

42. M.D.R. 1830 1 201; 1833 5 1.

43. This and the following paragraphs are based on the building agreement, A.B.P., box 1, bundle 17, agreement of 14 June 1826.

44. Ashley Barker, Nineteenth century estate development in South Kensington’ in the Annual Report of The Kensington Society, 1967, p. 25: Stroud, up. cit., p. 14.

45. W.C.S. 182, pp. 36. 114–15.

46. A.E.P, box 3, bundle 11, lease of 11 Jan. 1827.

47. Ibid., box 3, bundle 11, lease of 7 April 1827; agreement of 19 Dec 1863: P.R.O, HO 107/690/10, f. 47: R.B.

48. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 11, leases of 13 Feb., 25 April 1827.

49. Ibid., box 3, bundle 11, leases of 13 Feb., 12 April 1827: M.D.R. 1827 2 128, 165: PRO., HO 107/690 10, f. 48.

50. M.D.R. 1828 1 695–6.

51. Survey of London, vol. xi, 1980, p. 66.

52. M.D R. 1828/7 95; 1830/8 463.

53. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 8, lease of 13 Aug. 1830.

54. M.D.R. 1828 7 31.

55. A.E.P. box 2, bundle 7, leases of 25 May. 14July, 1 Sept., 18 Oct. 1827.

56. Ibid., box 3, bundle 8, lease of 19 Sept 1827: Anthony King, ‘ Architectural journalism and the profession: the early years of George Godwin’, in Architectural History, vol. 19, 1976, p. 35.

57. P.O.D.

58. King, op. at., p. 35 M.D.R. 1889 31 262–3: P.O.D.

59. P.R.O., HO 107 1469, f. 282.

60. H.B. file 2881.

61. M.D.R. 1827 8 295, 339; 1828 1 693.

62. Ibid., 1827 8 339; 1828 1 693.

63. Ibid. 1828 4 390; 1828 7 704, 705, 7211; 1828 9 119 1829 7 147. 1830 1 188: R.B.

64. A.E.P., box 1, bundle 11, leases etc. of No. 19: Hertfordshire R.O., D E Lt T105, leases etc. of No. 18.

65. Hertfordshire R.O., D E Lt T105, sale particulars of No 18, 1854.

66. M.D.R. 1828 9 119.

67. Ibid., 1830 1 201

68. Ibid., 1830 6 101–2. 1830 9 404–5.

69. Ibid., 1830 7 540, 1831 5 633; 1831 7 112; 1832 8 273.

70. Ibid., 1828 9 119; 1830 1/201.

71. Ibid., 1831 5 4–6; 1831/8/592; 1832/2 471–2; 1832/5 438; 1832 7 731: R.B.

72. M.D.R. 1831 8/592; 1832/2/473: R.B.

73. Surrey R.O., 367/11/2, pp. 265–6

74. Stroud, op. fit., pp. 16–17.

75. M.D.R. 1832 7/631: R.B.

76. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 11, lease of 9 Sept. 1833: M.D.R. 1833 6 572–3.

77. R.B.: M.D.R. 1834/4/600; 1834/6/451.

78. M.D.R. 1833/3/566; 1833/7/635.

79. Ibid., 1833/3/566: R.B.

80. R B P.R.O., HO 107/690/10, f. 49.

81. M.D.R. 1833/5/1; 1834/7/40; 1834/8269; 1835/3/ 449.

82. B. 25 May 1861, p. 359: P.O.D.

83. P.R.O., HO 107/690/10, ff. 47–53.

84. W. Carew Hazlitt, The Hazlitts, Part the Second, 1912, p. 22.

85. P.R.O., HO 107/690/10, f. 52: R.B.

86. P.O.D.: Algernon Graves, The Royal Academy of Arts: A Complete Dictionary of Contributors.. 1769 to 1904, 1905–6, sub Gribble.

87. P.R.O., HO 107/1469, f. 283.

88. R.B.:T. C. Croker, .A Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, pp. 73–4.

89. Bingham, op. cit. pp. 799–800, 807.

90. M.D.R. 1828/9/119; 1836/1/686: R.B.

91. Malcolm Seaborne, The English School, its architecture and organization, 1370 – 1870, 1971, pp. 182–3: Brian Simon, The Two Nations and the Educational Structure 1780 – 1870, 1974, p. 115.

92. The Morning Post, 19 June 1835, p. 3.

93. Ibid.: Rules of the Western Grammar School, Brompton, (n.d.), copy in B. L, pressmark 83O4.bbb.l.(l): W. W. Pocock, In Memoriam William Fuller Pocock, p. 36: M.D.R. 1827/7/ 732; 1828/9 119.

94. The Quarterly Journal of Education, vol. vii, no. vii, 1832, p. 183: Rules of the Western Grammar School, ul supra.

95. The Times, 13 Feb. 1838, p. 7.

96. Rules of the Western Grammar School, Brompton, ut supra, and 1831 ed. with mss. alterations in archives of King's College, London: King's College, letters "W" 1833–7; Council Minute Books, 1829–36.

97. Rules of the Western Grammar School, Brompton, 1831 ed., ut supra.

98. Bingham, op. cit. pp. 799–813: The Law Journal Reports for 1839, n.s. viii/i, pp. 53–9.

99. M.D.R. 1839/8/425.

100. R.B.: W. T. Whitley, Vie Baptists of London, [c. 1929], p. 163, no. 161: P.R.O., HO 107/690/10, f. 49.

101. P.R.O., RG 9 21, f. 48.

102. Seaborne, op. tit., p. 137: B.A. 58936.

103. P.O.D. and local directories: P.P.R., index to wills 1917 sub Huelin: General Register Office, Death Registers, Dec. 1917; The Architectural Review, vol. iv, 1924, p. 86.

104. W.C.S. 79, pp. 66–7.

105. Ibid., P38 1209: H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee of the House of Lords on Metropolitan Railway (Notting Hill-Brompton Extension) Act, 1864, p. 144.

106. B. 21 Nov. 1846, p. 553.

107. M.D.R. 1842 8/479: A.E.P., 3/12, leases of 13–15 Thurloe Place, 30 Nov. 1842, 29 May 1843.

108. P.O.D.: M.D.R. 1839/5/511–12; 184l’ 1/22–5.

109. Survey of London, vol. xxxvii, 1973, p. 296: Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement, 14June 1845.

110. M.D.R. 1841/1/792: P.R.O., C14 1065 W12: P.R.O., HO 107/690 10, f. 50; HO 107/1469, f. 272.

111. P.R.O., B4/51.G90, H131.

112. PRO., HO 107 1480, f. 832; PROB 11 2139, ff. 194–5.

113. Ibid., HO 107/1472, f. 133: D.S.R. 1851 74–7, 351–4.

114. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 14, leases of 20 Feb., 24 Dec. 1841, 31 Jan. 1842, 30 Jan. 1843; box 1, bundle 11, lease of 25 Nov. 1840: P.O.D.: W.C.S. 80, pp. 331–2.

115. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 14, leases of 25 Nov. 1840, 24, 27 Dec. 1841: M.D.R. 1841/2 557–8; 1841/5/733, 735; 1842/2/273, 275.

116. M.D.R. 1842/2/338.

117. W.C.S. 82, p. 373.

118. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 14, lease of 31 Jan. 1843: M.D.R. 1842 3 811; 1844 4 242–3: PRO., PROB 11 1983, ff. 367–8: General Register Office, Death Registers, July-Sept. 1843.

119. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 11, lease of 9 Oct. 1841; box 3, bundle 14, lease of 1.March 1844.

120. W.C.S. 79, p. 155.

121. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 6, leases of 3 Dec. 1840, 15 Feb., 8 March, 7 Aug. 1841; box 2, bundle 6, assignment of 24 March 1888; box 3, bundle 11, leases of 30 Oct., 10 No\. 1841: M.D.R. 1841 7 995.

122. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 6, leases of 21 June, 30 Oct. 1841, 15 Feb. 1842.

123. Ibid., box 2, bundle 6, leases of 15 Jan., 10 Feb. 1842.

124. R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107 1469, f. 286.

125. A.E.P., box 1, bundle 11, lease and memo of 30 Nov. 1842.

126. Diagrams of the Parish of St. Mary Abbotts, 1847, p. 173.

127. M.D.R. 1850/11/608–9.

128. B. 25 Oct. 1845, p. 511.

129. M.D.R. 1841/7/11; 1843/5 43–4, 48, 51, 53, 56.

130. Ibid., 1841/7/12; 18425/105, 107; 1842/5/353; 1842 8/136, 138, 140–1; 1843/7/464.

131. Ibid., 1841/7/13; 1842 5 106, 108, 354; 1842/8/137, 139, 142; 1843 7 465.

132. Ibid., 1842 1 893; 1842 6 135; 1843 4/597.

133. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, lease of 12 May 1843.

134. M.D.R. 1843 7 591; 1844 4 269 (recital), 270–1; 1845 4/75, 116; 1846 4 387–9: A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, leases of 3 Aug. 1843, 18 April, 17 Dec. 1844, 10 March 1845.

135. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, leases of 11 Feb., 12 May, 28 Aug. 1843, 5 Dec. 1844.

136. Ibid., box 3, bundle 13, leases of 21 Dec. 1843, 1 March, 31 Aug. 1844, 22 Sept. 1845, 25 May 1846.

137. B. 4 Nov. 1843, p. 475.

138. W.C.S. 82, pp. 493–4.

139. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, leases of 20 Jan., 7 Sept. 1844, 19 April 1845: R.B.

140. A.E.P. box 3, bundle 13, lease of 29 Sept. 1845.

141. D.S.R. 1845 143.

142. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, lease of 7 Jan. 1846.

143. M.D.R. 1843 6 956–7; 1843 8 427–8; 1844 4 957–9; 1844 5 916, 921; 1844 6 682; 1844 8 126–7; 1845 1 920: W.C.S. 82, p. 219.

144. Cf. photographs of 1856, Plate 43b. and 43c. 1861, Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 242K, reproduced in Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, Plate 7a.

145. Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9770, reproduced in Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, Plate 4c.

146. P.R.O., HO 107 1469, IT. 268–77.

147. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, assignment of 27 Oct. 1845 endorsed on lease of 20 Jan. 1844.

148. Ibid., box 3, bundle 13, letter of H. B. Alexander to Mrs. Smith, 18 June 1846, attached to lease of 20 Jan. 1844.

149. R.B.: D.N.B.

150. D.N.B.

151. P.O.D.: B. 2 Nov: 1872, p. 860.

152. Victoria and Albert Museum Library, Sir Henry Cole's diary, 18 Nov., 22 Dec. 1873, June 1874: Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, p. 115: P.O.D.

153. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 12, leases of 7, 30 Nov. 1842, 29 May 1843: M.D.R. 1842 8 479: R.B.

154. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 12, assignments of 6 May and 1 July 1843 endorsed on leases of 30 Nov. 1842: PRO., HO 107 1469, 1. 267.

155. See photograph of construction of the South Kensington Museum, April 1856, in Victoria and Albert Museum, neg. no. 80119.

156. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 12, lease of 10 July 1843: R.B.

157. OS. sheet VI 100, cf. eds. publ. 1872 and 1895: Twenty-Third Annual Report of Kensington Vestry, 1878–9, pp. 55–6.

158. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 12, leases of 10 July, 7 Oct. 1843: M.D.R. 1843 8/24–5; 1843 9 449–50;1844 2/154–7.

159. D.S.R. 1846 353–8: M.D.R. 1847 7 266; 1847 5 150–2.

160. R.B.: PRO., HO 107 1469, f. 278; Allan J. Hook, Life of James Clarke Hook, R.I., vol. 1, 1929, p. 76.

161. B. 21 Nov. 1846, p. 553: H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee of the House of Lords on Metropolitan Railway (Nutting Hill-Brompton Extension) Act, 1864, p. 146.

162. M.B.W. 213, presented papers for meeting of 4 Feb. 1856.

163. Ibid.: D.S.R. 1846 353–8: A.E.P. box 3, bundle 12, leases of 4 June 1847: R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107/1469, f. 278.

164. W.C.S. 84, p. 76.

165. R.B.: K.P.L., valuation note books, 1880–1, Alfred Place West

166. D.S.R. 1845 275–80, 347–9: M.D.R. 1845/11/492–5; 1846 2 773, 968–70; 1846 6 525–6, 1846 7/946.

167. R.B.: P.O.D.: PRO., HO 107 1469, f. 287: The Diaries of Lewis Carroll, ed. Roger L. Green, 1953, p. 35 and passim: The Times, 23 Jan. 1982, p. 9: D.N.B.

168. M.D.R. 1846 2 522–3, 773–8; 1846 6 391, 524: R.B.

169. M.D.R. 1846 9 721–4; 1847 6 307; 1848 8 903.

170. Ibid., 1845 2 120–2: A.E.P., box 3, bundle 11, leases of 23 Ian., 2 May 1845: R.B.

171. R.B.: PRO., HO 107 1469, f. 288: D.N.B.

172. M.D.R. 1846 4 449–54; 1846 6 14: R.B.

173. D.S.R. 1846 144–9: A.E.P., box 3, bundle 11, leases of 29 Aug., 21 Sept., 7 Dec. 1846: M.D.R. 1846 9 678.

174. M.D.R. 1846 12 268–73.

175. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 11, assignment of 31 Dec. 1846

176. This and the following paragraphs arc based on the accounts published in B. 21 Nov. 1846, pp. 553–4, and l.L.N. 21 Nov. 1846, p. 330: The Times, 11 Nov. 1847, p. 6f.

177. P.R.O., B4 51, 11131: A.E.P, box 3, bundle 11, leases of 13 Dec. 1847: M.D.R. 1847 12 184; 1851 3 272 R.B

178. The Times, 11 Nov. 1847, p. 61.

179. R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107 1469, ff. 289–92.

180. R.B.: PRO., RG 9 21, f. 71: P.O.D: Arundel Castle

Manuscripts, . 15th Duke's Corresp., letter of J.S. Hansom, 5 July 1888.

181. 27&28 Viet., c. 291. local and personal: 27 & 28 Vict., c. 321, local and personal; C. Baker, The Metropolitan Railway, 1951, p. 9. John R. Day. The Story of London's Underground, 1963, pp. 20–22: Charles E. Lee, 100 Years of the District, 1968, pp. 8, 10.

182. H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee of the House of Lords on Metropolitan Railway (Notting Hill-Brompton Extension) Act, 1864, pp. 110, 177: Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, p. 65.

183. H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee, ut supra, pp. 149–50.

184. Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, p. 65: H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee, ut supra, p. 118.

185. VK.P., plan of property sold for the railways; box 2, bundle 16, conveyance of No's. 1–11 Thurloe Sq.: M.D.R. 1870 5 1042

186. 27 & 28 Viet., c. 321, local and personal, clause 23.

187. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 16, conveyance of Nos. 1–11 Thurloe Sq.

188. B.N. 26 Jan. 1866, p. 57: B. 27 Jan. 1866, p. 68.

189. B. 27 Jan. 1866, p. 68.

190. Plans of South Ken. Stn. in possession of London Transport, D 109.

191. G.L.R.O., MDR 1 1, March 1867, March 1868: plans of South ken. Stn. in possession of London Transport, D 109: John R. Day, The Story of London's Underground, 1963, p. 21.

192. Charles E Lee, The Metropolitan District Railway, 1956, p. 3.

193. B.S. 24 March 1871, p. 237: G.L.R.O., MDR 1/2, March 1871: Lee, op. cit., 1956. p. 5.

194. M.B.W, file 27519.

195. Alan N. Jackson and Desmond F. Croome, Rails Through the Clay. 1962, pp. 42, 71, 72, 108, 114.

196. Plans of South Ken. Stn. in possession of London Transport, D 109: R.I B.A Journal, 3rd series, vol. vvii, p. 176: B. 18 Dec. 1909, p. 678: P.O.D.

197. Stroud, cit., p. 26n.

198. M.B.W., file 27519 D.S.R. 1880 104–8, 234–6: M.D.R. 1881 17 785– 9; 1881 24 882–4.

199. M.D.R. 1889 31 261: B. 29 Sept. 1888, p. 240: D.S.R. 1888 261.

200. D.S.R. 1885 53, ‘in progress’ until March 1887.

201. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 375.

202. M.D.R. 1870 5 1042.

203. H.L.R.O., Minutes of evidence to Select Committee of the I louse of Lords on Metropolitan Railway (Notting Hill-Brompton Extension) Act, 1864, pp. 10–11, 99.

204. O.S. sheet VI 100, 1872: M.B.W., file 22098.

205. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 8.

206. L.C.C. Minutes, 15 Jan., 2 April 1895, pp. 11, 15, 306.

207. K.P.L, applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 8 : M.B.W., file 22098: P.O.D.

208. M.B.W., file 22098: M.B.W. Minutes 2 Feb. 1877, p 206

209. K.P.L, postcard no. 702.

210. Ibid., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 351 D S R 1883 218–20.

211. L.C.C Minutes, 2 June 1891, p. 565 P.O D

212. B.A 28926.

213. PRO., BT31 16905 75129 T. C. Barker and Michael Robbins, ) History of London Transport, vol. II, 1974, pp. 70–4 passim.

214. K.P.L., oversize sequence, KQ 173–197.

215. B.A. 36111: D.S.R. 1910/255.

216. B.A. 36111: D.S.R. 1922/877.

217. O.S. sheet VI 100, 1894–6: 23rd Annual Report of the Kensington Vestry, 1878–9, p. 55: H.B., Report on Cabmen's Shelters, 6 June 1973.

218. B.A. 28926: D.S.R. 1910/24; 1915/69.

219. B.A. 53009: D.S.R. 1926/211, 334.

220. P.R.O., BT31 16905/75129.

221. Nigel Playfair, Hammersmith Hoy, 1930, p. 241.

222. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 12, leases of 10 July, 30 Nov. 1843: P.O.D.

223. Nigel Playfair, op. lit., p. 242.

224. Ibid.: Giles Playfair, My Father's Son, 1937, pp. 16, 55.

225. The Architectural Review, vol. ix, 1924, pp. 86–9; vol.ix, 1926, pp. 252–3: The Architect's Journal, 3 Feb. 1926, pp. 212–13.

226. Giles Playfair, op. cit., p. 55.

227. D.S.R. 1922 423–5.

228. Giles Playfair, op. cit., p. 17.

229. The Architectural Review, vol. i.v, 1924, pp. 86–9.

230. Giles Playfair, op. cit., p. 56: Nigel Playfair, op. cit., p. 241.

231. B.A. 58936.

232. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, Nov. 1926–Nov. 1927, p. 418.

233. A.E.P., box 2, bundle 12, agreement of 14 March 1927: D.S.R. 1927 289, 327–9, 967–9: P.O.D.

234. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, leases of 1 May 1848, 12 June 1858.

235. D.S.R. 1927 206.

236. B.A. 58936: General Register Office, Index to Consular Deaths 1926–30, sub Selby.

237. The Architect and Building News, 8 Jan. 1932, pp. 78–82: Architecture Illustrated, July 1931, pp. 12–14: David Braithwaite, Building in the Blood, 1981, appendix 1 (1928); D.S.R. 1928 329.

238. P.O.D.: Who was Who, 1929–1940.

239. W. T. Whitley, The Baptists of London, [c. 1929], p. 163, no. 161: R.B.

240. PRO., HO 129/1, no. 34.

241. B. 20 Dec. 1856, p. 682.

242. P.R.O..RG9 21, f. 48.

243. P.O.D.: Kitty Shannon, For My Children, 1933, p. 15.

244. D.S.R. 1929 339: copy of lease of 29 Dec. 1929 in possession of present occupant: P.O.D.

245. No 14 Alexander Place, Thurloe Square, …’, in Country Life, 26 April 1930, pp. 619–20.

246. A.K.P., box 1, bundle 1, lease of 18 May 1926 to Huggins and Co.: B.A. 57383: B.R. 100077: D.S.R. 1927/311.

247. B.A. 57383.

248. A.E.P., box 3, bundle 13, lease of 30 Sept. 1844.

249. B.A. 86677.

CHAPTER VI (pp. 87–129)

The Smith's Charity Estate

1. Survey of London, vol. xxviii, 1975, pp. 15, 55–6.

2. William Bray, Collections Relating to Henry Smith Esq. Some Time Alderman of London; The Estates by him given to charitable uses; and the Trustees appointed by him, 1800: Joseph Gwilt, Evidences relating to the Estate of Henry Smith Esquire, 1828: Charles Perkins Gwilt, .Notices relating to Thomas Smith of Campden, and to Henry Smith, sometime Alderman of London, 1836: Dorothy Stroud, The South Kensington Estate of Henry Smith's Charity: Its History and Development, 1975, pp. 5–12.

3. P.R.O, PROB 11/153/1.

4. 12 Geo. III, c. 90, private.

5. Charity Commissioners, file 230102.

6. P.R.O., C54/3995, nos. 3–4.

7. E.C.R., 12 July 1664.

8. Faulkner, p. 432.

9. Inquisition post mortem in P.R.O., C142/480/114, transcribed in extra-illustrated Faulkner in B.L. (pressmark L.R.271.C.3), between pp. 440 and 441.

10. P.R.O., PROB 11/338/43.

11. Ibid., PROB 11/501/111.

12. Ibid., C33/550, ff. 1151–5.

13. M.D.R. 1749/3/348–9: Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 17–18.

14. P.R.O., C33/55O, ff. 1151–5: M.D.R. 1760/4/464.

15. P.R.O., C33/55O, ff. 1151–5: R.B.

16. M.D.R. 1785/3/266; 1785/5/207.

17. Colvin: Survey of London, vol. xxix, 1960, pp. 231–41.

18. K.P.L., MS. 144: M.D.R. 1789/2/334–5; 1789/6/ 320–3; 1790/1 490–1; 1790/5/370–1.

19. M.D.R. 1793/5 800; 1796/2/326.

20. K.P.L., MS. 5023.

21. M.D.R. 1796/3/400.

22. T. C. Croker, A Walk From London to Fulham, 1860, p. 50.

23. R.B.

24. Croker, op. at., p. 67.

25. M.D.R. 1789/2/333–4; 1789/6/320, 322; 1790/1/490; 1790/5/370.

26. P.R.O., B4 23, C205.

27. M.D.R. 1790/9/202; 1790/10/278; 1792/1/800.

28. Ibid., 1790/10275; 1791/1/180; 1791/3/356; 1792/1/795; 1793/2/603–4.

29. Ibid., 1787/5/65; 1790/2/141; 1805/4/233.

30. Ibid., 1792/3/722; 1792/4/480: The World, 31 Jan., 7 Feb. 1793: R.B.

31. M.D.R. 1793/5/749–66: R.B.

32. M.D.R. 1802/5/564–6: R.B.

33. Anna Sutton, A Story of Sidmouth, 1959, p. 23.

34. P.R.O., PROB 11 1259/269.

35. M.D.R. 1796/2/326: R.B.

36. M.D.R. 1813/4/204.

37. D.N.B.

38. M.D.R. 1803/5/485.

39. D.N.B.: R.B.: Surrey R.O., 367/7/35, 38, 54 (2 March 1831): Osbert Wyndham Hewett, Strawberry Fair: A Biography of Frances, Countess Waldegravr 1821–1879, 1956, p. 6: Bam Duncan, The St. James's Theatre. Its Strange and Complete History, 1964, p. 67.

40. P.R.O., C13/2401, Atty. Gen. v. Griffith; C33/55O, ff. 1151–5.

41. Ibid., PROB 11/403/25; C13/2406, Am. Gen. v. Griffith.

42. Report appended to William Bray, Collections, ut supra (ref. 2) in G.L.C., Greater London History Library (pressmark 20.29 SMI), pp. 6–7.

43. John H. Harvey, ‘ The Nurseries on Milne's Land–Use Map’ in Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, vol. 24, 1973, p. 185: Plan of…Kensington, published by Thomas Starling, 1822.

44. Harvey, op. cit., p. 186.

45. M.D.R. 1800 2 327–8: G.L.R.O., Ace 8 32f, bundle of deeds and papers relating to Gibbs's nursery.

46. Faulkner, pp. 23–4: Harvey, op. cit., p. 187: information kindly supplied by Dr. J. M. Robinson from a forthcoming study of farm buildings.

47. Surrey R.O., 367/7/35, 36: G.L.R.O., TA9.

48. P.R.6., C13/2401, Am. Gen. v. Griffith.

49. K.P.L., 362.209 COW: P.P., 1844, vol. xviii, no. 1, Statistical Appendix to Report of Metropolitan Commissioners in Lunacy, p. 88: Surrey R.O., 367/7/39 (May 1850).

50. Stroud, op. at., p. 66, n. 17.

51. Surrey R.O., 367/7/39.

52. K.P.L..MS. 166: H.B., notes on draft building agreement of 24 Aug. 1822 formerly in R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, present whereabouts unknown: M.D.R. 1824/7/167; 1825/3 45; 1825/7/87.

53. K.P.L., MS. 166: R.B.

54. The Graphic, 30 March 1872 (cutting in K.P.L.): Mrs. Hamilton King, Letters and Recollections of Mazzini, 1912, pp. 37–8, 88: Mazzini s Letters to an English Family, ed. E. F. Richards, [n.d], vol. iii, p. 16.

55. M.B.W., case 32884: M.D.R. 1889 4 51–6: D.S.R. 1883/308–13: H. J. Dyos, Victorian Suburb. A Study of the Growth of Camberwell, 1966, pp. 127–35.

56. M.D.R. 1825/7/86–7: R.B.

57. Surrey R.O., 367/7/54, p. 24; 367/7/63, 12 May 1847: K.P.L., 711.5 SMI, K69 380.

58. Colvin.

59. Surrey R.O., 367/11/1, pp. 505–6; 367 11/2, pp. 70, 263.

60. Ibid., 367/11/2, pp. 265–6.

61. Ibid., 367/7/54, 9 March, 27 Aug. 1830, 2 March 1831.

62. Ibid., 367/7/36, at rear.

63. M.D.R. 1832/4/126–7; 1834/6/583–99; 1845/2/751–3.

64. Ibid., 1845/2/754–6.

65. P.R.O., B4/45, H148.

66. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, Basevi drawings, E6/1, 7–15.

67. Surrey R.O., 367/11/3, pp. 32, 34.

68. K.P.L., MS. 1284: R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, Basevi drawings, counterpart agreement of 1 June 1833.

69. Surrey R.O., 367/7/56, Feb. 1834.

70. Ibid., 367/7/56, Sept. 1835: G.L.R.O., Acc. 8(1).

71. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, Basevi drawings, counterpart agreement of 21 Oct. 1838.

72. Surrey R.O. 367/7/39: 1 IB., notes on draft building agreement of 25 July 1843 formerly in R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, present whereabouts unknown.

73. M.D.R. 1835/4/365.

74. Ibid., 1835/7 450–1; 1836/1 685; 18374/132.

75. Surrey R.O., 367/7/61, 1 May 1843.

76. W.C.S. 79, pp. 354–6, 397–8.

77. P.R.O., B4 49, J70: M.D.R. 1842/3/443.

78. M.D.R. 1842 3 441–2: W.C.S. P38/1210.

79. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., nos. 334, 335: M.D.R. 1884 26 714–17.

80. P.R.O., HO 107/690 10, f. 59: R.B.

81. M.D.R. 1840 3/654; 1842/2/214.

82. Country Life, 28 Nov. 1957, pp. 1156–7: Home and Garden, Sept. 1961: D.S.R. 1888/26.

83. M.D.R. 1843 5 98–100; 1843/6/165; 1844 3/922; 1844 4 201; 1845/3/381: W.C.S. 80, p. 250; 81, p 193.

84. M.D.R. 1834 3 104; 1839 7 536; 1845 2 57–61; 1846 7 389: P.R.O., HO 107 690 10, f. 55.

85. M.D.R. 1845 8 500: W.C.S. 83, pp. 104, 194: Surrey R.O. 367 7 62, 1 May 1844; 367 7 63, 13 May 1846.

86. M.D.R. 1839 9 345, 363; 1840 7 797; 1843 1 864; 1843 3 833; 1843 8 503; 1844 6/348; 1844 7 1002; 1844 9 424; 1844 10 736; 1845 7 704; 1846 2 288; 1847 6 769; 1849 4 256.

87. Ibid., 1833 7 611; 1836 7 313; 1837 4 86; 1837 5 750; 1839 7 223; 1840 2 253: R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107 690 10, f. 56; HO 107 1469, f. 309.

88. M.D.R. 1836 1 223: Hertfordshire R.O., D ECh 1732: R.B

89. M.D.R. 1836 1 685; 1836 7 125–6; 1838 2 733; 1838 4 103–4; 1838 5 562–3; 1839/7/134–6; 1839/9 362–5; 1840 7/113–16, 711; 1842/6/638; 1843/4 464–5, 973–4.

90. K.P.L., MS. 16981: P.R.O., PROB 11 2107 136; PROB 8 243, Abbot and Abbot, Feb. 1850.

91. P.O.D.

92. Surrey R.O., 367 7 25, f. 60.

93. M.D.R. 1847 11 682.

94. Ibid., 1835 8 123: Hertfordshire R.O., D ECh. T232.

95. B.N. 21 June, 26 July 1861, pp 534, 632.

96. Dorothy Stroud, The Thurloe Estate South Kensington, an account of its origins and development, 1965 ed., pp. 16–17.

97. R.I.B.A Library, transcripts of autobiography of W. W. Pocock by Miss M. A. Powel.

98. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 21.

99. G. W. Playfair, My Father's Son, 1937, p. 17.

100. Philip Tilden, True Remembrances, 1954, pp. 83–6.

101. P.R.O., HO 107 690 10, ff. 56–60: D.S.B.

102. P.R.O, HO 107 1469, ff. 308–16.

103. Croker, op. at., pp. 79–80 Henriette dc Witt, Monsieur Guizot in Private Life 1787–1874, 1880, p. 256: Lettres de.M. Guizot a sa Famille et a ses Amis, ed. Henriette de Witt, 1884, p. 251: General Register Office, death certificate of Elizabeth Sophie Guizot, 1848.

104. D.N.B.: P.O.D.

105. P.O.D.: The Life of Charles fames Mathews, ed. Charles Dickens, 1879, vol. n, p. 212.

106. P.O.D.: R.B.: D.N.B.

107. Surrey R.O., 367/7/36: M.D.R. 1832/2/417; 1832/6 431, 1833 2 287, 423: B. 4 Sept. 1875, p. 791: PRO., B4 45, R109: R.B.

108. M.D.R. 1842 6 936: R.B.

109. H.B., notes on draft building agreement of 25 July 1843 formerly in R.I.B.A Drawings Collection, present where abouts unknown: Surrey R.O., 367/7/25, ff. 55–9.

110. Surrey R.O., 367 7 25. ff. 55–9 M.D.R. 1845 10 330; 1848 6 345–51, 542–55, 853–7.

111. M.D.R. 1844 6 390; 1844 9 957–8; 1845 5 845–6; 1845 7 794–6; 1845 8 674.

112. Ibid., 1844 7 651.

113. P.P.R. 1862, will of Stephen Phillips.

114. M.D.R. 1845 7 445–53: R.B

115. P.R.O. HO 107 1469, f. 256.

116. M.D.R. 1846 10 911–12.

117. Ibid., 1846 10 904–8, 910; 1846 11 320–2.

118. Ibid., 1844 6 390, 554, 745; 1844 7 103, 105 438 1844 9 958; 1845 1 919; 1845 4 577; 1845 5 291 344–5; 1845 8 86–7; 1845 11 133–4.

119. B. 25 Oct. 1845. pp. 510–11: Surrey R.O 367 7 63 12 May 1847

120. B. 21 Nov. 1846, p. 562: John Summerson, The Architectural Association 1847–1947, 1947, pp. 3–4, 8–9: Survey of London, vol. xxxvi, 1970, pp. 237–8; vol.xxxviii, 1975, pp. 269, 270: R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107 1469, f. 249.

121. P.R.O., HO 107/1469, ff. 252–7.

122. K.P.L., MS.412.

123. P.R.O., HO 107/1469, ff. 258–60: Surrey R.O., 367/11/6, f. 387.

124. Tilden, op. cit., p. 86.

125. P.R.O., B4/51.B15.

126. G.L.R.O., KBG 12, pp. 318–19.

127. Information kindly provided by the State Library of South Australia.

128. P.R.O., B4 51.B389.

129. G.L.R.O., K.BG 12, passim.

130. Surrey R.O., 367/7/38.

131. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 262, 285–93, 301, 303–4; vol. xxxviii., 1980, pp. 120, 126, 127, 144, 151.

132. M.D.R. 1826/3/225.

133. Ibid., 1830/4/799–801.

134. Ibid., 1839/1/636.

135. Ibid., 1839/2/49–51; 1839/7/389.

136. I.L.N. 11 May 1844, p. 300.

137. W.C.S. P29/915.

138. Ibid., P43/1401.

139. H.B., notes on draft building agreement of 13 April 1844, formerly in R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection, present where-abouts unknown.

140. K.P.L., 711/5 SMI, K69/375.

141. Surrey R.O, 367/7/32.

142. D.S.R. 1845/343–6.

143. R.B.: P.O.D.

144. M.D.R. 1811 10 611; 1854/1/550: 16 and 17 Vict., c. 23, private.

145. C. E. Hallé, Notes from a Painter's Life, 1909, pp. 5–6: Survey of London, vol. w, 1940, p. 18.

146. The Architect, 22 Oct. 1870, p. 238: P.O.D.

147. D.S.R. 1871 182–4, 225, 424–33.

148. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 3, 7, 55–6: P.R.O., MAF11 107 867: Victoria and Albert Museum Library, Sir Henry Cole's diary, 25 Jan., 28 April, 10June 1876.

149. D.S.R. 1883 225–32, 347–50.

150. PRO., HO 107 1469, f. 330.

151. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, p. 288: The Times, 9 Oct. 1884, p. 5: P.P.R. 1885, will of C. J. Freake, and index to wills sub Freake.

152. B. 21 Dec. 1867, p. 929.

153. W.C.S. 83, p. 402; P47/1588.

154. M.D.R. 1846/7/134: D.S.R. 1871–81 passim: Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, p. 219: P.P.R. 1885, will of C.J. Freake.

155. M.D.R. 1856/4/117–18: Survey of London, vol. xxxvii, 1973, pp. 64, 75, 76, 118.

156. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., nos. 206, 215.

157. P.O.D.: D.S.R. 1883/225–32, 347–50: The Architect, 19 Feb. 1886, p. 109 and illus.

158. The Architect, 1 May 1891, p. 264: M.B.W., case 6273.

159. R.I.B.A., application for A.R.I.B.A., 12 Jan. 1880: P.R.O., RG 10 52, f. 74.

160. Survey of London, vol. xi., 1980, p. 127.

161. P.R.O., RG 10/52, f. 74: M.B.W. Minutes, 27 Sept. 1872, p. 325.

162. Westminster City Library, Buckingham Palace Road, rate–books of St. George's, Hanover Square: M.D.R. 1846 7/134: P.O.D.: R.B.

163. R.B.: P.R.O., HO 107/1469, f. 248.

164. Barry Supple, The Royal Exchange Assurance. A History of British Insurance 1720–1970, 1970, p. 321.

165. M.D.R. 1839/7/389; 1839–8 702.

166. G.L.R.O., BRA 686/1.

167. Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation, Committee of Treasury Minutes, 31 July 1839.

168. Hermione Hobhouse, Thomas Cubitt Master Builder, 1971, p. 337.

169. Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, pp. 269, 271, 282, 299, 307.

170. Royal Exchange Minutes, 11 Feb., 1 April, 22July 1846.

171. Ibid., 20 Oct. 1852.

172. Ibid., 21 Dec. 1853: Gordon N. Ray, Thackeray. The Age of Wisdom 1847–1863, 1958, p. 224: M.D.R. 1863/8/487.

173. Supple, op. cit., p. 323.

174. Royal Exchange Minutes, 24 Aug. 1853.

175. Ibid., 18 Sept. 1867.

176. Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, pp. 291, 298.

177. M.D.R. 1847/3/18–29.

178. Ibid., 1854/5/416–19: Royal Exchange Minutes, 14 Sept. 1853: B. 3 June 1865, p. 403.

179. Gloucestershire R.O., D1388 SL1/119.

180. Royal Exchange Minutes, 1852–61 passim.

181. Ibid., 22 May 1861.

182. Ibid., 11 Aug. 1858.

183. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, p. 291.

184. D.S.R. 1847–9 passim.

185. Surrey R.O., 367/11/6, p. 26.

186. P.O.D.: Surrey R.O., 367/11/6, p. 216.

187. B. 25 Oct. 1845, pp. 510–11.

188. D.S.R. 1845/343–6.

189. Ibid., 1871/464: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 28.

190. M.D.R. 1884/19 156–67.

191. Ibid., 1849/8/952: The Estates Gazette, 15 June 1870, p. 284.

192. M.D.R. 1873/24/178.

193. General Register Office, birth certificate of Edwin Landseer Lutyens.

194. Stroud, The South Kensington Estate of Henry Smith's Charity, pp. 58–61.

195. The Letters and Private Papers of William Makepeace Thackeray, ed. Gordon N. Ray, vol. iii, 1946, pp. 311–12.

196. Gordon N. Ray, Thackeray. The Age: of Wisdom 1847–1863, 1958, p. 392.

197. Margaret Leicester Warren, Diaries, privately printed, 1924, vol. ii, pp. 125, 185, 228.

198. P.R.O., RG 10/52, ff. 14–55.

199. Surrey R.O., 367/11 6, f. 872.

200. Boase: R. Webber, The Early Horticulturalists, 1968, pp. 156–9: P.R.O., RG 10 52, f. 56: M.D.R. 1873/16/930; 1875/14/449: P.O.D.

201. Surrey R.O., 367 13 97, 100.

202. Ibid., 367 11 6, p. 306: C.C., file 23744: M.D.R. 1861 1 838.

203. C.C., files 18530, 23745.

204. B.N. 17June 1859, p. 554.

205. British Almanac for 1861. Companion, p. 232.

206. Derek Taylor Thompson, The First Hundred Years. The Story of St. Paul's Church Onslow Square 1860–1960, 1960, p. 3: C.C., file 18530.

207. Pepperell, pp. 17–18: C.C., file 18530.

208. Thompson, op. cit., pp. 7–12.

209. Pepperell, p. 17.

210. Thompson, op. cit., pp. 9–10: G.L.R.O., records of St. Paul's Church, book titled ‘Notes’, pp. 28–31, 48, 61, 65.

211. G.L.R.O., St. Paul's Church records, minutes of Parochial Church Council dated 23 March 1936 and Faculty dated 23 Jan. 1936.

212. C.C., file 23744: G.L.R.O., St. Paul's Church records, ‘Notes’, p. 4.

213. G.L.R.O., St. Paul's Church records, ‘Notes’, pp. 9a, 60m, 95.

214. St. Paul's Church Magazine, May 1970.

215. Thompson, op. cit., p. 9: Pepperell, p. 17.

216. C.C., file 41286.

217. Surrey R.O., 367/11/7, p. 483: C.C., file 41286.

218. C.C., files 33341, 41286: Pepperell, p. 18.

219. B. 13 July 1867, p. 509.

220. Survey of London, vol. vi, 1980, pp. 126–7, 144.

221. Victoria and Albert Museum Library, Sir Henry Cole's diary, 24 July 1869, 23, 29 Dec. 1870, 24 Jan. 1871.

222. Sir Reginald Antrobus, St. Peter's Cranley Gardens 1867–1940. Seventy Years in a West London Parish, [1940], p. 7: Burke's Peerage.

223. W. S. Swayne, Parson's Pleasure, 1934, p. 187.

224. Antrobus, op. cit., pp. 9, 11: The Times, 15 June 1907 (cutting in C.C., file 41286): The Chapel of the Holy Spirit in The Church of St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, S.W. Notes Descriptive of the Chapel, its Furniture and its Principal Features, (1909] (copy in K.P.L.): St. Peter's Church Council Minute Book 1919–30, pp. 70, 120 (presently kept with the records of St. Man, The Boltons).

225. Information kindly supplied by Mr. A. D. R. Caroe.

226. The Times, 9 Dec. 1966: St. Peter's Church Cranley Gardens, S. W.7 (parish magazine), Jan. 1967.

227. St. Peters Parish Magazine, vol. xi, 1906, p. 241: Martin Harrison, Victorian Stained Glass, 1980, pp. 65–6, 67–8.

228. Pepperell, p. 18.

229. Faculty of 29 Jan. 1900 originally among the records of the church, whereabouts now unknown.

230. St. Peter's Church Council Minute Book 1919–30, p. 70.

231. Ibid., pp. 70, 108: Antrobus, op. at., p. 11: job–sheets in the possession of Messrs. Caroe and Martin: Pepperell, p. 18: D.S.R. 1922 525

232. The Chapel of the Holy Spirit, ut supra.

233. E. II. Pask, ‘The Organ at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, Restored’ in The Organ, vol. xxxix, no. 153, July 1959, pp. 1–11.

234. Antrobus, op. cit., p. 8: St. Peter's Parish Magazine, vol. vii, 1902, pp. 8–9, 59, 81, 164: P.O.D.

235. Clarion. The Magazine of St. Mary The Boltons, February 1973, August 1975

236. M.D.R. 1870/5/172; 1871/15/621: Charles E. Lee, The Metropolitan District Railway, 1956, p. 5: G.L.R.O., MDR 1 1, Aug. 1867; MDR 1/2, March 1871.

237. M.D.R. 1870/13/920: M.B.W., case 26010: D.S.R. 1879 80–2.

238. Alan A. Jackson and Desmond F. Croome, Rails Through the Clay, 1962, pp. 41–2, 70–3, 82, 94, 108, 114: Charles E. Lee, The Piccadilly Line, 1973, pp. 9–16.

239. Stroud, The South Kensington Estate of Henry Smith's Chanty, p. 62.

240. B.A. 24385: P.O.D.

241. P.P.R. 1885, will and codicils of Freake.

242. M.D.R. 1890/5/700.

243. Records of C. A. Daw and Son Ltd., letter book 1879–89, 9 Oct., 3, 9 Nov. 1885; in–letters, boxes 3 and 4, letters from Burrows and Barnes, and Chinnock, Galsworthy and Chinnock.

244. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, 28 April 1888.

245. Ibid, ledger with family dales in back; information kindly provided by Major A.'F. Daw. P.O.D.: M.D.R. 1862–72 passim, sub Daw.

246. Daws’ Records, in-letters, box 3, Burrows and Barnes, 29 Jan. 1886.

247. D.S.R. 1886 110–14, 162–7.

248. Ibid., 1887/115, 141–4, 197–8, 292–8.

249. Ibid., 1888/118–21, 159, 232–7; 1889/57–9, 127–31.

250. Daws’ Records, in-letters, box 1, Barnes, Pears and Ellis: D.S.R. 1890 28–32, 204–7; 1891/68–72; 1892/60–5; 1893/33–8.

251. Daws’ Records, register of mortgages.

252. Ibid., deed for consolidating mortgages of 28 Dec. 1893.

253. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, 29 April, 16 June, 7 Nov. 1887; register of mortgages.

254. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, 19 Dec. 1887, 22 March 1888.

255. Ibid., letter book 1894–8, 12 July 1895.

256. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, 28 April 1887.

257. Ibid., letter book 1889–94, 2 May 1893.

258. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, 21 April 1888.

259. Ibid., in-letters, box 13A, Norman.

260. Ibid., unlabelled ledger 1877–1910.

261. Ibid., in-letters, box 17m, Trollope, 29 Jan. 1894.

262. Ibid., unlabelled ledger 1877–1910, ff. 133–4, 171–2.

263. Ibid., in-letters, box 17a, Voysey, 4 July 1891.

264. Ibid., in-letters, box 4, Chinnock, Galsworthy and Chinnock, 5 Jan. 1886.

265. Ibid., in-letters, box 13A, Norman; box 17, Tarbutt.

266. Ibid., letter book 1889–94, 10, 31 May 1893.

267. Ibid., in-letters, box 8, 5 July 1886.

268. Ibid., letter book 1879–89, undated letter of Nov. or Dec. 1886.

269. B.A 66386: P.O.D.

270. Hermann Muthcsius, The English House, English ed., 1979, p. 140: The Architectural Review, vol. xix, May 1906, p. 204.

271. Boasc.

272. Surrey R.O., 367 7 33, 42.

273. M.B.W. Minutes, 7 May, 4 June 1886, pp. 864, 1057

274. D.S.R. 1886 145–9.

275. M.D.R. 1887 20 922.

276. Ibid., 1887 16 194–7

277. Ibid., 1886 28 384–5.

278. Ibid., 1887 13 578–9; 1887 18 308; 1887 26 846; 1889 4 794: P.O.D.

279. B. 7 Aug. 1886, p. 222.

280. D.S.R. 1886 160, 210, 215, 236. 242, 262–3, 274–5

281. Ibid., 1886 363–4.

282. M.D.R. 1888 24 983–9: D.S.R. 1887 131–7.

283. M.D.R. 1889 9 626: Annual Report of the Harking Ladies’ Guild, 1978–9, p. 4: K.P.L. photograph K63 519.

284. D.S.R. 1886 155, 179–82.

285. M.D.R. 1887 25 592.

286. Ibid., 1887 23 787–90.

287. D.S.R. 1887–9 passim : P.O.D.

288. R.I.B.A. Journal, 3rd ser., vol. xxxiv, p. 698: P.O.D.

289. Survey of London, vol. xi., 1980, pp. 17, 187, 188, 196, 213, 219; 229, 263.

290. M.D.R. 1888/33/169: B. 14 July 1888, p. 29 and illus. between pp. 28 and 29.

291. P.O.D. Daily Graphic, 25 May 1891 (cutting in K.P.L.).

292. Surrey R.O., 367/7/33, f. 33.

293. W. K. Lethaby, Alfred H. Powell and F. L. Griggs, Ernest Gimson. His Life and Work, 1924, p. 6, and Reginald Blomfield, Memoirs of an Architect, 1932, p. 76 (references kindly supplied by Mr. Alan Crawford): P.R.O., BT31/ 5001/33484.

294. P.R.O., BT31/5134/34652.

295. L.C.C. Minutes, 22 March, 3, 31 May 1892, pp. 241, 382, 384, 508: D.S.R. 1892/85–7: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C., nos. 545–6.

296. M.D.R. 1894/15/61; 1894/31/532–6; 1894/33/228.

297. P.O.D.: D.S.B.: Burke's Peerage: Who Has Who 1929–1940.

298. Surrey R.O., 367/7/33, f. 51; 367/13/67.

299. D.S.R. 1894/169–74.

300. B.R. 5983.

301. The Architectural Review, vol. xix, May 1906, p. 200.

302. M.D.R. 1897/7/279.

303. B.A. 64109.

304. Surrey R.O., 367/13 67.

305. M.D.R. 1898/12/819–23; 1899/27/385–7.

306. Ibid., 1898/22/534–5; 1899/33/631–6: D.S.R. 1897/122, 148; 1898/32, 156, 178.

307. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C, no. 714.

308. M.D.R. 1898/9/627; 1898/14/866; 1898/20/639: B.A. 12224: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C, no. 708: D.S.R. 1896/165–7.

309. D.S.R. 1900/135.

310. The Architectural Review, vol. i.xxxn, Aug. 1937, pp. 51–8: Sherban Cantacuzino, Wells Coates, 1978, pp. 75–8.

311. D.N.B.Burke's Peerage, 1908 ed.

312. D.S.R. 1886 150; 1887/318.

313. Surrey R.O., 367/7/42.

314. Andrew Saint, Richard Norman Shaw, 1976, p. 425.

315. M.D.R. 1890/3/729.

316. Ibid., 1896/26/414.

317. P.P.R. 1901, will of E. H. Palmer.

318. B. 4 Jan. 1902, p. 13.

319. Surrey R.O., 367/7/65, f. 39: D.S.R. 1896/102; 1897/49; 1898 194.

320. M.D.R. 1899/16/817: K.P.L., applications to Council from L.C.C., no. 806: D.S.R. 1899/101; 1901/70.

321. B.A. 40954: Surrey R.O., 367/13/75: B.R. 1958.

322. B.A. 40954.

323. Surrey R.O., 36713/75: D.S.R. 1933/686.

324. B.A. 40954: D.S.R. 1934/696.

325. B. 4 Sept. 1931, p. 395: B.A. 66257.

326. The Times, 25, 27, 31 July 1935.

327. Surrey R.O., 367/18/89.

328. D.S.R. 1936 1381.

329. Surrey R.O., 367/13/47.

330. Charity Commissioners, file 230102/62

331. B.A. 82434.

332. Charity Commissioners, file 230102/30: Surrey R.O., 367/ 13/136: D.S.R. 1909/293.

CHAPTER VII (pp. 130–143)

The Brompton Hospital Estate

1. Maurice Davidson and F. G. Rouvray, The Brompton Hospital. The Story of a Great Adventure, pp. 5–8: S. C. Hall, Retrospect of a Long Life: From 1815 to 1883, 1883, vol. i, pp. 417–19: P. J. Bishop, ‘The History of the Brompton Hospital’ in Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, vol. 1, no. 2, Sept. 1979, p. 172: Boase: Brompton Hospital, volume entitled ‘Miscellaneous Papers’ passim.

2. G. Gregory Kayne, The Control of Tuberculosis in England Past and Present, 1937, pp. 24–32: Survey of London, vol.xxvii, 1957, pp. 143–4.

3. Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., pp. 7–12.

4. Ibid., pp. 33, 50: Boase.

5. Brompton Hospital, ‘Miscellaneous Papers’, p. 189.

6. B. 16 Sept. 1843, p. 392.

7. Annual Report (Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest) for 1844.

8. I.L.X. 16 March 1844, p. 172.

9. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 1, pp. 82–3.

10. Surrey R.O., 367 13 45: Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book 1850–1883, pp. 23–5: Annual Report for 1853.

11. Annual Report for 1845.

12. Brompton Hospital, ‘Miscellaneous Papers’, p. 195.

13. Colvin.

14. B.N. 23 Oct. 1896, p. 589.

15. Surrey R.O., 367/13/45: Brompton Hospital, deeds, bundle 1, box 1, contract of 21 Oct. 1845: Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., pp. 38–45.

16. Annual Reports for 1846 and 1847.

17. 12 & 13 Vict., c. boot, local and personal.

18. Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book, pp. 1–18 passim; deeds, bundle 2a, box 1, contract of 2 Aug. 1851.

19. Ibid., Building Committee Minute Book, pp. 50, 51, 78, 86.

20. Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., p. 49.

21. Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book, pp. 8–9: Annual Report for 1856.

22. Davidson and Rouvray, op. at., pp. 46, 49: Brompton Hospital, deeds, bundle 18, box 2, contract of 15 Sept. 1853.

23. Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book, p. 10.

24. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, pp. 22, 29–30.

25. P.P., 1864, vol. xxxviii in. Sixth Report of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council, 1863, pp. 500n., 502, 721–2: Barbara Duncum, ‘The Development of Hospital Design and Planning’ in The Evolution of Hospitals in Britain, ed. F. N. L. Poynter, 1964, pp. 217–19: Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., p. 49.

26. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, p. 157.

27. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, pp. 99, 110–11, 113, 115, 126.

28. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 8, pp. 15, 20.

29. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, pp. 187, 190, 297.

30. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, pp. 378–9, 395–6, 400: K.P.L., 362.19 BRO C.

31. Brompton Hospital, Minutes of Sub-Committees 1867–1887, p. 146.

32. Ibid., Building Committee Minute Book, p. 87.

33. Ibid., Building Committee Minute Book, pp. 87–200 passim: B. 22 Nov. 1879, pp. 1293–5; 17 June 1882, p. 747: Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., p. 71.

34. Kayne, op. cit., pp. 52–4.

35. B. 29 Oct. 1898, p. 395; 19 Aug. 1899, p. 178.

36. B.R. 104409: Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., pp. 119, 122.

37. Davidson and Rouvray, op. cit., pp. 134–5: B.R. 104409.

38. B.R. 104409: Brompton Hospital, Board of Governors’ Minutes, 2 Oct. 1956–4 March 1958, pp. 62, 69, 78.

39. B.R. 104409: Brompton Hospital, Board of Governors’ Minutes, 1 Nov. 1960–3 Dec. 1968, p. 204.

40. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, p. 487; Book 7, pp. 29, 41: information kindly supplied by Fiona Pearson of the National Museum of Wales.

41. B.R. 104409: Brompton Hospital, Board of Governors’ Minutes, 1 Nov. 1960–3 Dec. 1968, pp. 223, 299–300, 340, 379.

42. The Ecclessiologist, n.s., vol. viii, 1850, pp. 195–6.

43. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 1, pp. 478–9: The British Almanac for 1850. Companion, pp. 231, 234: Nikolaus Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Yorkshire. The North Riding, 1966, pp. 351, 364–5, 452, 455, 456.

44. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 1, p. 502, deeds, bundles 1 and 2a, box 1, contracts of l0 July 1849 and 12 March 1850: Annual Reports for 1850 and 1851: B. 10 Aug. 1850, pp. 377–9.

45. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 9, pp. 490, 494, 495. 504, 544; Book 10, pp. 33, 106, 257–8; deeds, bundle 18, box 2, faculty of 14 Oct. 1891:5.9 April 1892, p. 294.

46. R.I.B.A. Journal, 3rd series, vol. ixi, 1949, pp. 251–2.

47. Stefan Muthesius, The High Victorian Movement in Architecture 1850–1870, 1972, pp. 42–4, 53, 54–5, 76–83, 90–3: Survey of London, vol. xxxxii, 1973, pp. 317–20.

48. Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book, p. 13.

49. B. 10 Aug. 1850, pp. 377–9; The Ecclesiologist, loc. at. Rev. John Hanson Sperling, Church Walks in Middlesex, 1853, Additional Particulars, p. 27.

50. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, pp. 98, 101:P.O.D.

51. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, p. 32.

52. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, p. 63.

53. Annual Report for 1850.

54. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 10, pp. 108, 110.

55. M.D.R. 1731 3 285–6; 1732/3/118: G.L.R.O., AM PW 1720 139; AM. PW 1729 155:R.B.:T.C.Croker, A Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, pp. 89, 105: W. Hugh Curtis, William Curtis 1746–1799, 1941, p. 86: G.L.R.O. Map Collection, JK 1861.

56. R.B.: Suney of London, vol. win, 1951, pp. 16–17: Dr. [R.J.] Thornton, Sketch of the Life and William of the Late Mr. William Curtis, [1806], pp. 23–30: The Subscription Catalogue of the Brompton Botanic Garden, For the Year 1790 (B.L. pressmark 988.b.33 1–9): Curtis, op. at., pp. 84, 86 (where, however, the location of the garden is wrongly given): The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. ixxx, pt. n, Aug. 1810, pp. 113–14.

57. R.B.: Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, pp. 79, 82, 83. Suvey of London, vol. xxxvii, 1973, pp. 7. 8, 221, 225, 232, 233, 239, 250, 253, 254, 256, 257.

58. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 1. pp. 117, 359: Annual Reports for 1849 and 1853.

59. Brompton Hospital, Building Committee Minute Book, p. 25; Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, pp. 329, 331, 345: Annual Report for 1853: Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 54, 55, 57, 58.

60. Brompton Hospital. Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, pp. 349, 351, 367: Annual Report for 1853.

61. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, p. 365. Book 3, pp. 103, 106, 181: Annual Report for 1853: PRO., C54 14814 1: M.D.R. 1856/1/148: P.O.D.

62. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 54–8.

63. M.D.R. 1844/8/291.

64. Brompton Hospital, deeds, bundle 17, box 2, agreement of 28 July 1853; Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, p. 370.

65. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, pp. 394, 395, 397–8, 400, 401–3, 406–7.

66. D.S.R. 1853 289–95.

67. Brompton Hospital. Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, pp. 6, 12.

68. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 2, p. 403; Minute Book 3, pp. 13, 29–30: M.D.R. 1855/5/605.

69. Brompton Hospital, deeds, bundle 17, box 2, mortgage of 9 May 1856.

70. P.O.D.

71. D.S.R. 1855 66–71.

72. Brompton Hospital, deeds, bundle 17, box 2, agreement of 19 July 1855; Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, p. 116.

73. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, pp. 208–10.

74. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 3 pp. 238–9, 269.

75. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, p. 259: P.R.O., C54 15275 7

76. The Land and Building .News, 29 Nos. 1856, p. 874.

77. P.R.O., C211 31. 20 Viet. 1856 7, no. 39.

78. Ibid., C54 15275 7.

79. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 3. pp. 346–7, 353, 406: B.N. 22 Jan. 1858, p. 91

80. M.D.R. 1858 12 476–81.

81. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 3, pp. 556–7; Book 4, p. 2.

82. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 4, pp 99–100, 108.

83. M.D.R. 1863/6/3.

84. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 4, pp. 29–31, 34; deeds, bundle 5, box 3, agreement of 24 Nov. 1859.

85. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 4, pp. 99–100.

86. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 4, p. 425; Book 5, p. 120.

87. M.D.R. 1860/10/633–4; 1860/15/809–10; 1861/15/905; 1862/7/107, 174; 1862/14/331; 1862/19/341, 1213–14; 1863/13/977; 1863/19/731–2, 734; 1864/7/955, 958.

88. Ibid., 1862/6/741–2; 1862/15/919; 1862/19/542; 1863/13/495–6; 1863/20/77–8.

89. MS. journal of Anne Thackeray Ritchie, April 1864 (in possession of, and inspected by kind permission of, Mrs. Belinda Norman-Butler).

90. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, p. 503.

91. B.N. 22 Jan. 1858, p. 91.

92. Brompton Hospital, Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, p. 114.

93. Ibid., Committee of Management, Minute Book 6, pp. 199, 535–6; Book 7, p. 225; Book 8, pp. 487–8.

94. P.R.O., RG 10/52, ff. 42–51.

95. Brompton Hospital, Estates Sub-Committee Minutes, 1975–9 passim.

96. Ibid., deeds, bundle 18, box 2, agreement of 15 Jan. 1856: The Land and Building Sews, 1 March, 15 May, 22 Nov. 1856, pp. 117, 239, 850: B. 20 Dec. 1856, p. 682: B.N. 3 Oct. 1862, p. 264: Pepperell, p. 30: M.D.R. 1857/3/63; 1863/5/898.

97. P.O.D.: Brompton Hospital, Board of Governors' Minutes, 1 Nov. 1960–3 Dec. 1968, pp. 73–4.

CHAPTER VIII (pp. 144–148)

The Ware Estate

1. K.P.L., index to court rolls of the manor of Earl's Court, sub Parsons, Keightley, Maule and Torrane: R.B.

2. R.B.: G.L.R.O., MR/PLT 4912–29: Faulkner, p. 15.

3. The Morning Herald, 18 April 1823.

4. Colvin: Survey of London, vol. XXXII, 1963, pp. 407–12 passim, 422, 424, 425, 429, 430–4.

5. K.P.L., MS. 58/7012, p. 225.

6. Ibid., MS. 58/7024, ff. 60, 71, 74, 75: M.D.R. 1826/5/50–1.

7. M.D.R. 1827/10/179.

8. P.R.O., MAF9/167/3280.

9. K.P.L., MS. 58/7024, f. 71: M.D.R. 1828/6/754; 1836/5/651.

10. M.D.R. 1826/1/359.

11. Ibid., 1825/9/482; 1826/9/649: R.B.

12. M.D.R. 1825/13/246; 1826/3/708: R.B.

13. R.B.: M.D.R. 1833/4/468.

14. R.B.

15. M.D.R. 1829/3/339: R.B.

16. M.D.R. 1842/5/590: K.P.L., valuation note books, 1900–1, 1905–6, 1910–11: Kelly's Kensington… Directory… For 1910.

17. R.B.: M.D.R. 1829/7/489: P.R.O., RG 10/52, f. 72.

18. M.D.R. 1828/7/274.

19. Ibid., 1827/8/580: R.B.

20. M.D.R. 1829/3/162.

21. Ibid., 1828/6/754: P.O.D.

22. M.D.R. 1829/3/171.

23. Ibid., 1836/5/651; 1843/6/745.

24. R.B.: M.D.R. 1843/6/744.

25. P.P.R. 1865, index to wills, sub Surrey.

26. M.D.R. 1843/6/745: D.S.R. 1886/205.

27. P.O.D.: Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 88, 90, 142, 144, 183, 184, 192, 193, 205.

28. W.C.S. 78, pp. 45, 46, 101.

29. P.P.R. 1865, will of Samuel Ware and index to wills.

30. P.R.O., RG 1052, ff. 69–74.

31. William J. Carlton, ‘An Early Home of Dickens in Kensington’, in The Dickensian, vol. ixi, 1964, pp. 20–5.

32. H.B., Blue Plaque file 1064.

33. Companies Registration Office, file 474656.

34. B.A. 102529: B.R. 16011.

35. B.R. 127049.

36. The Times, 23 Jan. 1964: H.B., file 623.

CHAPTER IX (pp. 149–155)

Roland Gardens

1. K.P.L., index to court rolls of the manor of Earl's Court, sub Parsons, Keightley and Torrane.

2. The Morning Herald, 18 April 1823.

3. E.C.R., 1842.

4. R.B.

5. M.D.R. 1836/5/170.

6. A. K. Bruce, ‘Samuel Brown and the Gas Engine’, in The Engineer, 6 Sept. 1946, pp. 214–15: The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazelle, 28 July 1832, pp. 274, 276.

7. K.P.L., 01894 (sale panics, of Eagle Lodge).

8. Bruce, op.cit.: R.B.

9. K.P.L., 01894: M.D.R. 1836/5/170–2.

10. Survey of London, vol. xxxv, 1970, pp. 24–5.

11. P.R.O., HO 107 1469, f. 348.

12. K.P.L., 01894: R.B.

13. R.B.: P.R.O., RG 9/22, ff. 55–6: O.S. sheet .X/9, 1865–7.

14. P.R.O., PROB 11/487/63.

15. M.D.R. 1718/6/39.

16. P.R.O., PROB 11/487/63; C105/5: M.D.R. 1718/6/39.

17. M.D.R. 1744/3/136.

18. Ibid., 1748/3/119–21.

19. Ibid., 1813/4/485–6; 1819/1/399.

20. Ibid., 1838/3/160.

21. P.R.O., HO 107/690/10, f. 25.

22. Ibid., PROB 6/233, f. 300: M.D.R. 1862/4/584: R.B.

23. P.R.O., PROB 6 233, f. 300: M.D.R. 1864/12/311.

24. M.D.R. 1864/15/828.

25. E.C.R., 13 Sept. 1842.

26. K.P.L., MS. 13825, schedule, deeds of 16 Nov 1869.

27. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 269, 271, 282, 285: Francis Sheppard, Victor Belcher and Philip Cottrell, ‘The Middlesex and Yorkshire deeds registries and the study of building fluctuations’, in The London Journal, vol. 5, 1978, p. 183.

28. M.B.W. Minutes, 24 June 1870, p. 687; M.B.W., case 15206.

29. M.D.R. 1870 24 513.

30. Ibid., 1871/16/243: K.P.L. MS. 13825, schedule, deeds of 19July 1870.

31. P.R.O., MAF9/167/9798.

32. M.D.R. 1871/2/503, 526.

33. Ibid., 1871/16/243; 1871/18/201, 572.

34. P.P.R., 1871, C. Aldin's will, and index to wills sub Aldin.

35. M.B.W., case 15206.

36. K.P.L., Vestry Works Committee Minutes, vol. 7, p. 36.

37. M.D.R. 1871/2/527; 1871/16/244–6; 1871/18/202, 204; 1873/16/27; 1874/11/692.

38. K.P.L., Vestry Works Committee Minutes, vol. 7, p. 291.

39. D.S.R. 1871/244: M.D.R. 1883/26/798; 1892/22/676: B.N. 19July 1872, p. 54.

40. D.S.R. 1871/39–40, 188–91, 244, 410–11; 1872 14–15, 91–4, 171–2; 1873/119–20, 157–8.

41. P.R.O., RG 11 48, ff. 56–9.

42. J. M. C. Toynbee, Art in Roman Britain, 1962, Plates 210–12, 218, 224.

43. M.D.R. 1872–81, passim.

44. P.R.O., RG 10/52, f. 74.

45. M.D.R. 1872/8/613.

46. Corbett Letters, 11, 723, 943; 111, 207.

47. M.D.R. 1873/9/981

48. Ibid., 1873/18/991.

49. Ibid., 1878/12/418: P.O.D..: P.R.O., RG 11 48, ff. 62–3.

50. D.S.R. 1878/29–31.

51. P.R.O., RG 11 48, ff. 59–63.

52. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 137: The Kensington News, 22, 29 April, 14 Oct., 4 Nov. 1876: D.S.R. 1876/60, 400.

53. P.O.D.: PRO., RG 11/48, f. 63.

54. P.O.D.

55. D.S.R. 1882/45–8.

56. Ibid., 1883/104–9; 1884/216–18.

57. Ibid., 1883/104–9; 1887/151–2.

58. Ibid., 1883/306.

59. M.D.R. 1883/11/129.

60. Committee of Council on Education: Report, 1883–4, p. 197.

61. A.E.P., box 1, bundle 15, letter from Aldin and Sons, 17 Sept. 1875.

62. K.P.L., MS. 16426.

63. Sheppard, Belcher and Cottrell, op. cit., p. 202.

64. M.D.R. 1883/26/797–9: k.P.L., MS. 13821/3.

65. M.D.R. 1884/17/1003–6; 1887/25 849–50: K.P.L., MSS. 13821 3, 13822, 16430.

66. M.D.R. 1884/20/581; 1884/25/780; 1890/3/208; 1890/17/1088; 1890/19/963: K.P.L., MSS. 13821 3, 13825, 13827.

67. M.D.R. 1889/30/739: K.P.L., MS. 16427.

68. D.S.R. 1889/213.

69. M.D.R. 1889/31/991; 1891/29/514.

70. Records of C. A. Daw and Son Ltd., in-letters, box 13a, letters from P. Norman, 19, 27 Sept. 1891: D.S.R. 1891 95.

71. M.D.R. 1890/19/962; 1892/22/675–6.

72. D.S.R. 1892 95–6, 117–18.

73. M.B.W., case 15206: PRO., J54/1004, 1897, K, no. 483.

74. Daws’ records, in-letters, box 1, Aldin and Plater, 25 June 1886.

75. K.P.L., MSS 16427. 16431– The Kensington News, 28 July 1894.

76. The Kensington News, 28 July 1894: The Times. 26 July 1894.

77. Survey of London. vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 121n., 244, 254, 261.

78. B. A 70663.

79. BR 107159.

CHAPTER X (pp. 156–161)

The Day Estate in Drayton Gardens

1. E.C.R. 20 April 1554, 16. May 1558.

2. lbid., 5 Dec. 1661. 5 April 1666.

3. P.R.O C7/562/17: E.C.R., 4 May 1704. 8 Jan. 1704 5.

4. Family tree of Day family in possession of Mr. Simon Day: Walter Rye. Norfolk Families, 1913–15, pp. 156, 157: M.D.R. 1740 3 244: E.C.R., 16 May 1744

5. E.C.R. 4 Dec. 1735.

6. Westminster City Library, Buckingham Palace Road, ratebooks of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Tavistock Street, 1740 ct ref. H 805 (Vestry Minutes), 1 May 1755: G.I.R.O., E. BER CG 180 16.

7. P.R.O. PROB 6 120, f. 142 E.C.R. 16 May 1744.

8. E.C.R., 1 Sept. 1753, 19 June 1755.

9. Ibid., 3 Jan. 1772.

10. G.I.R.O. P 87 MRY 61, p. 284: P.R.O., PROB 11 1622 512

11. Day Estate Papers (at Messrs Church, Adams, Tatham and Co. 23 and 25 Bell Street, Reigate, Surrey), indenture of enfranchisement, 30 Nov. 1835: M.D.R. 1835 8 181–2.

12. P.P.R. 1875. will of James Day, proved 4 Aug.: Rye, op. cit., p 158

13. R.B.: Day Estate Papers, indenture of enfranchisement, 30 Nov. 1835.

14. G.L.R.O., TA9, schedule.

15. Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement, 7 January 1845.

16. Sunvey of London, vol xxxvii, 1973, p. 280.

17. P.R.O., RG 9 334, ff. 115–16, RG 10 609, district 14, f. 7.

18. Information from the Tithe map of Drayton (1839), kindly supplied by the Norfolk County Archivist: Day Estate Papers, lease of 25 Nov. 1834 (of Hereford Lodge, Old Brompton Road).

19. M.B.W. 213. presented papers for meeting of 4 Feb. 1856: B.N. 22 Oct. 1858, p. 1044.

20. Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement, 7 January 1845; leases of Drayton Terrace and Drayton Grove.

21. W.C.S. 84, pp. 302, 337–8: D.S.R. 1845 357–366.

22. Day Estate Papers, leases of Drayton Terrace 4 Feb. 1846 M.D.R. 1846 2 334–342

23. R.B.

24. P.R.O, HO 107 1469, ff. 368–9; RG 9 22, f. 56.

25. D.S.R. 1846 253–262 Day Estate Papers, leases of Drayton Grove. 8 Dec. 1846: MDR 1846 12 328–537.

26. Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement, 29 Aug 1846: M.D.R. 1846/12/327

27. M.D.R. 1846/12/327

28. D.S.R. 1846 323–5

29. M.D.R. 1847 5 67; 1847 10 496; 1854 7 204.

30. Ibid., 1847 10 496.

31. D.S.R. 1849 156–9 Day Estate Papers, leases of Drayton Grove, 10 Nov 1849: M.D.R. 1849 10 242–246.

32. Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement of 4 March 1851, endorsed on agreement of 7 Jan. 1845.

33. Ibid., lease of Drayton Villas, 20 Dec. 1852.

34. M.B.W. 213, loc. cit.

35. R.B.: PRO., RG 9 22, ff. 55–6.

36. D.S.R. 1852 272–5: Day Estate Papers, lease of Drayton Grove, 20 Dec. 1852.

37. D.S.R.1852 151–2.

38. Day Estate Papers, leases of Drayton Grove, 28 Feb., 26 July 1853.

39. PRO, J90 1233, correspondence of H.J. Clarke, 1863–4, and deed of settlement, 22 Jan. 1858

40. Day Estate Papers, articles of agreement of 8 Nov. 1855, endorsed on agreement of 7 Jan. 1845.

41. M.D.R. 1855 8 453.

42. Day Estate Papers, leases of Drayton Grove, 18 Feb., 12 March, 2 Aug., 13 Dec. 1859, 12 May, 29 July, 7 Aug. 1862.

43. Ibid., leases of Drayton Grove, 30 Dec. 1861, 13, 24 May 1862, 17 Jan., 20 Feb., 2 March, 3 July 1863.

44. B.N. 22 Oct. 1858, p. 1044.

45. P.R.O., J90 1233, bill for work done at No. 23 Drayton Grove (46 Drayton Gardens) c. 1864.

46. Ibid., HO 107 1469, ff. 370–2; RG 9/22, ff. 57–60.

47. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from L.C.C., no. 510: Day Estate Papers, packet of deeds etc. re the Drayton Arms: D.S.R. 1891 84–6.

48. Day Estate Papers, letters and memo of Oct. and Nov. 1860, enclosed with lease of 20 Dec. 1852.

49. Ibid., consents to make alterations enclosed with the leases of Drayton Terrace.

50. H.B., Report, 8 Jan. 1973, EP 752.

51. O.S. sheet X 9, 1894–6.

52. B.R. 156993.

53. Day Estate Papers, plans for conversion of No. 50 Cresswell Place, 1933, in packet of deeds etc. re Drayton Arms.

54. Ibid., consent to erect studio, 3 March 1903, with lease of 29 July 1862 for 42 Drayton Gardens.

55. B.R. 151465.

CHAPTER XI (pp. 162–194)

Little Chelsea in Kensington

1. St. Mary Abbots Church, burial register, 4 Sept. 1618 (John, son of Robert Sewell).

2. Middlesex County Records, ed. J. C. Jeaffreson, vol. iii, 1888, p. 161.

3. K.P.L., index to court rolls of the manor of Earl's Court, sub Freeman; MSS. 58/5630, 63/1379: P.R.O., E179/143 370; E179 252/32, book 40.

4. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 52, Ralph Palmer to Lord Fermanagh, 30 Nov. 1703.

5. T. C. Croker, ‘A Walk from London to Fulham’ in Fraser's Magazine, vol. xxxi, 1845, p. 334.

6. P.R.O., C54/4312, no. 12.

7. Verney Papers, microfilm, M636/34, John Verney to Sir Ralph Ycrncy, 30 Sept. 1680.

8. Ibid., M636/55, Ralph Palmer Jr. to Lord Fermanagh, 18 Nov. 1712.

9. R.B.

10. K.P.L., index to court rolls of manor of Earl's Court, sub William Freeman.

11. P.R.O., C54/1634: G.L.R.O., BRA 203 162: Survey of London, vol. iv, 1913, pp. 11, 22, 38, 43.

12. PRO., PROB 11/602/76.

13. 15 Geo. III, c. 49, private.

14. M.D.R. 1781/3/25.

15. Ibid., 1781/3/117.

16. Ibid., 1786/5/431–2.

17. Ibid., 1786/2/560.

18. Ibid., 1786/2/38.

19. J. and J. A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses, and The Book of Matriculation and Degrees … in the University of Cambridge from 1544 to 1659, 1913, p. 350: Manning and Bray, History of Surrey, vol. iii, 1814, p. 640.

20. P.R.O., C54 2846, no. 10; C54 3193, no. 28: Cal. S. P. Dom. 1637–1638, pp. 153–4: Eleanor S. Godfrey, The Development of English Glassmaking 1560–1640, 1975, pp. 89, 90, 129: Burke's Peerage (1923 ed.) sub Coventry.

21. P.R.O., PROB 11/182/3.

22. Ibid., C54 3193, no. 28.: A Calendar of the Marriage Licence Allegations in the Registry of the Bishop of London, ed. Reginald M. Glencross, 1937, vol. 1, 1597 to 1648, p. 193.

23. P.R.O., PROB 11/223/164.

24. G.L.R.O., BRA 203/162.

25. M.D.R. 1744/3/506: The Parish Register of Kensington 1539–1675, ed. F. N. Macnamara and A. Story-Maskelyne, 1890, p. 125.

26. PRO., PROB 10/100G (original will). It is extracted largely, from the registered copy, in Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. ix, p. 302n.

27. Cal. S. P. Dom., passim.

28. P.R.O., C54 4312, no. 12.

29. E.C.R., 22 April 1669.

30. Faulkner, p. 432.

31. M.D.R. 1744/3/506.

32. P.R.O., PROB 11/309/142; PROB 11/362/2; C54 4312, no. 12: G.L.R.O., MR TH/6: The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, vol. 1, no. 3, July 1900, p. 228n.

33. Cal. S.P. Dom. 1637–38, pp. 1, 39; 1638–39, p. 16; 1651, p. 49; 1651–52, p. 163; 1653–54, pp. 293, 299, 322; 1655, p. 210; 1655–56, pp. 125, 281–2, 317; 1659–60, pp. 240, 596: Cal. Procs Committee for Compounding 1643–1660, index sub Birkenhead or Birkhead, Edward: Cal. Procs Committee for Advance of Money 1642–1656, pp. 906, 1071, 1094, 1332: Commons Journal, vol. v, p. 466: H.M.C. Laing MSS., vol. i, 1914, p. 249: H.M.C. 7th Report, 1879, p. 84a: G. E. Aylmer, The Slates Servants 1649–1660, 1973, pp. 66, 99: PRO., C54 3385, no. 25.

34. P.R.O., PROB 11 352/115.

35. Llewellyn Jewitt, The Corporation Plate and Insignia of Office of the Cities and Towns of England and Wales, ed.W. H. St.John Hope, 1895, vol. i, pp. xlvi–xlvii, ii, 28, vol. n, pp. 21, 97–8: Sir Ambrose Heal, The London Goldsmiths 1200–1800, 1935, p. 203: Maj.–Gen. H.D.W. Sitwell, ‘Royal Serjeants-at-Arms and the Royal Maces’ in Archaeologia, vol. en, 1969, pp. 213–20: Cal. S. P. Dom. 1651, p. 551; 1655, pp. 61, 122, 608: Lt.-Col. P. F. Thorne, C.B.E., The Mace in the House of Commons, House of Commons Library Document No. 3, 1971, p. 6: information kindly supplied by Sir Peter Thorne, Serjeant at Arms, and by Mr. David Beasley of the Goldsmiths' Company.

36. P.R.O.C54 3551, no. 19.

37. Ibid., El79 252 32, book 40; C5 540 29 and 30: G.L.R.O., MR TH 6.

38. Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, ed. J. J. Howard, 3rd. ser., vol. II, 1898, p. 272: The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, vol. 1, no. 3, July 1900, pp. 228–62.

39. M.D.R. 1811/8/259; 1812/9/33.

40. Thomas Faulkner, An Historical and Topographical Description of Chelsea and its Environs, 1810, p. 421.

41. M.D.R. 1812/9/33.

42. Ibid., 1813/7/757.

43. Ibid., see index 1811–15 sub Groves.

44. Ibid., 1813/4/260; 1813/6/23; 1814 5 287; 1814 6/347.

45. Ibid., 1817/6/275.

46. Ibid., 1821/4/401.

47. Ibid., 1816/5/598: K.P.L., MS. 15265.

48. R.B.: D.N.B.: Faulkner, Description of Chelsea, at supra, 1829 ed., vol. I, p. 150: T. C. Croker, A Walk from London to Futham, 1860, p. 94.

49. M.D.R. 1878 23 88.

50. Faulkner, op. et loc. cit.

51. K.P.L., M.S. 15265.

52. M.D.R. 1814/1/544–5.

53. Ibid., 1815/6/474.

54. Ibid., 1816/3/482.

55. Ibid., 1815/6/354; 1818/5/8; 1818/7/60.

56. Ibid., 1819/7/20.

57. Ibid., 1820 1/778: R.B.

58. Survey of London, vol. xxxviii, 1975, pp. 19–24.

59. M.D.R. 1819 7/183: R.B.

60. M.D.R. 1814/1/546–7.

61. Ibid., 1838 2 620: R.B.

62. D.S.R. 1878 258–61; 1882 307–11: M.B.W. Minutes, 28 June 1878, p. 990; 9 Aug. 1878, p. 302: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 219; valuation note books.

63. M.D.R. 1885/20/465; 1885/23/491; 1885/31/275–6; 1886/2/195; 1886/25/1054–5; 1889/13/409; 1889/17/492; 1889/19/655: D.S.R. 1885/40–1; 1886 140–1; 1883 157–8: K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 368; valuation note books, 1885–6, 1890–1.

64. B.N. 28 Oct. 1887, pp. 669–70: P.O.D.

65. P.O.D: D.N.B.

66. D.S.R. 1885 40–1; 1886 140–1, 183: M.D.R. 1885/10/534; 1885 31 539; 1887 1 631; 1887/3/5; 1888/24/326; 1888/28/758–60.

67. L.C.C. Minutes, 15 Nov. 1892, p. 1057; 28 Feb. 1893, p. 203; 1 May, 11 Dec. 1894, pp. 479, 1292; 13 April, 1, 28 June, 20 July 1897, pp. 430, 647, 698, 850: D.S.R. 1894/74; 1897/120; 1898/34.

68. B.A. 75345: L.C.C. Minutes, 2 Oct. 1894, p. 941; 2 April 1895. p. 307; P.O.D..: D.S.R. 1894/163; 1895/125; 1896 95: N.R.A., Catalogue of MSS. of Wadham College, Oxford, item 66.

69. L.C.C. Minutes, 29 March 1898, p. 382; 30 April 1901, p. 513: D.S.R. 1901 29, 89; 1902 64: B.N. 12 Sept. 1902, p. 363: P.O.D.: B.A. 13203.

70. M.D.R. 1893 9 780–2.

71. K.P.L., MSS. 15270, 15290, 15292.

72. D.S.R. 1901 118. P.O.D.

73. B.A. 50377.

74. Ibid. .13302: U.S.R 1925 571–3.

75. M.D.R. 1878/23/88 R.B.: K.P.L., valuation note hooks. No. 9 District. 1885–6, 1890–1.

76. B. V 565X5: D.S.R. 1926 355.

77. B. V 73670: B.R. 106392.

78. B.R. 106394.

79. Ibid. 105475.

80. B.A. 88184 B.R. 105475: information kindly supplied by Mr. Anthony Mauduit and by Mr. Peter Watson.

81. B.R. 114889: information kindly supplied by the Hon. C. J. G. Guest.

82. B.R. 151371.

83. Ibid. 57117: P.O.D.: W. T. Whitley, The-Baptists of London 1612–1928 [n.d.], p. 169: D.S.R. 1881 230.

84. B.R. 57117 (eley. of chapel): B.A. 36854: P.O. D.: L.C.C. Minutes, 1911.pt. 1, index sub Theatres.

85. M.D.R. 1887 8 1016; 1888 23 242–3; 1890 12 269: D.S.R. 1888 8–12 R.B.: P.O.D.

86. B.A. 61374 L.C.C. Minutes, 3 June 1930. p. 1031: David Atuell, Ciilhtdnils of the Mouies, 1980, p. 109.

87. M.D.R. 1781 3 25 (this wrongly orientates the plot).

88. K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630. 63 1379.

89. B.I., Add. MS. 31326.

90. M.D.R. 1830 5 690.

91. R.B.: P.O.D. OS. sheet N 19, 1894–6: D. Lysons, The Environs of London, vol. vi, 1811, p. 214: Faulkner, Descrip-tion of Chelsea, ut supra, 1829 ed., vol. i, p. 150.

92. Kensington and Chelsea Public Libraries, Kensington and Chelsea Street-.Names A Progress Report, 1968, p. 8.

93. M.D.R. 1727 3 30; 1781 3 117.

94. R.B.: I. Richardson, ‘Plan … of Chelsea’, 1769, reproduced in iSuncr of London, vol. i\, 1913, Plate 2.

95. M.D.R. 1795 2 24, 97: R.B.

96. M.D.R. 1786 5 431–2; 1813 7 757.

97. Ibid. 1795 2 24

98. R.B.: M.D.R. 1795 2 25, 96.

99. M.D.R. 1795 2 97.

100. Ibid., 1810 7 111; 1813 3 134: Hurford Janes, The Red Barrel. A History of Hatney Mann, 1963, pp. 59, 61, 71.

101. R.B.: M.D.R. 1813 7 757.

102. R.H.: U.I., Add MS. 31326.

103. M.D.R. 1813 3 631

104. Ibid., 1814 1 169.

105. Ibid., 1846 2 458

106. R.B.: D.S.R. 1847 276–7.

107.D.R. 1846 3 122.

108. D.S.R. 1846 185–8, 227. 229, 242–3, 290: R.B.

109. M.B.W. 213, presented papers lor meeting of 4 Feb. 1856.

110. D.S.R. 1847 53–4 R.B.

111. G.L.R.O., MBO 72, ff. 297f.: The Architect's, Engineer's and Building-Trades Director). 1868, p. 113.

112. D.S.R. 1878 60: M.D.R. 1877 27 437; 1878 30 80;. 1878 34 909: National Society for Promoting Religious Education, file 2567 T. F. Gibbs, St. Man Bottom 1850–1964. [n.d], p. 17.

113. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London. Third Senes. Religious Influences. 3. The City of London and the West End, 1902 ed., following p. 135.

114. Roval Borough of Kensington Minutes, 1935–8 pussinr B.R. 110728

115. B.R. 150491.

116. M.D.R. 1807 3 395–6.

117. Ibid., 1846 1 387.

118. R.B.: D.S.R. 1849 134; 1850 162–3: P.O.D.

119. R.B.: D.S.R. 1853 153–4.

120. R.B.: M.D.R. 1864 2 888–90.

121. M.B.W. 5455.

122. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 14 Dec. 1937, p. 34.

123. M.D.R. 1781 3 117; 1813 7 757: R.B.

124. M.D.R. 1786 2 560; 1790 7 327.

125. Ibid., 1790 3 163; 1790/8/145–6; 1791/6/441.

126. lbid. 1790 3 162; 1790 7 327–8: G.L.R.O., Ace. 240/14.

127. D.S.R. 1851 190–1: M.C.S. 291/638.

128. O.S. sheet X 19, 1868.

129. P.O.D.: M.D.R. (e.g.) 1864 10 138–41.

130. M.D.R. 1821/2/568.

131. Ibid., 1866/3/21.

132. Ibid., 1872/3/797: D.S.R. 1871 299–300.

133. P.O.D.

134. H.B., file 6158.

135. M.D.R. 1882 21 356.

136. P.O.D.: D.S.R. 1902 17.

137. M.D.R. 1887 20 163: K.P.L., Particulars of Sir Navill Gunter's Portion of the Gunter Estate, 11 June 1917.

138. B.A. 77016.

139. G.L.R.O., Mddx. records, Acc. 1347/3.

140. Ibid:. R.B.: K.P.L., MS. 63 1379: G.L.R.O., MR/PLT: PRO., PROB 11 1011 351: South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, vol. 1, no. 3, July 1900, pp. 233–4 (date of death of William Middleton wrongly stated): W. A. Copinger, The Manors of Suffolk, vol. 2, 1908, p. 295: Christopher Hussey, 'Shrubland Park, Suffolk, 1' in Country Life, 19 N, n. 1953, p. 1656.

141. K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379: P.R.O., PROB 11/707 43.

142. Vermey Letters of the Eighteenth Century, ed. Lady Verney, 1930, vol. i, p. 101.

143. K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 63/1379: Corporation of London R.O., Assessment Box 42 21, 1693 4.

144. K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 63/1379: P.R.O., E179 143 370:G.L.R.O., MR TH/40.

145. P.R.O., E179 252 32, book 40; E179 253 30: G.L.R.O., F98;MR III 3, 12.

146. R.B.: Holden's and Underbill's triennial directories, 1805–7, 1817–19.

147. M.D.R. 1807 8 57.

148. R.B.:G.L.R.O., MR/LV/7 46.

149. M.D.R.1807/8/56; 1814/5/638; 1815/3/145: R.B.

150. M.D.R. 1835/7/142.

511. Ibid., 1859/5/721.

152. M.B.W. 2527.

153. M.D.R. 1861/7/1001–5; 1861/15 843–4.

154. B. 25 Jan. 1890, p. 70 Mark Girouard, Victorian Pubs, 1975, pp. 103–4, 107.

155. R.B.:P.O. D.

156. M.D.R. 1860/3/501.

157. London Oratory, St. Philip V Orphanage. Report, 1858; volume of ‘Various Memoranda’, p. 189 (MS. notes bv Fr. Kerr).

158. M.D.R. 1861/7/562.

159. Ibid., 1860/3/502; 1861/14/162; 1863/5/920; 1865/7/485.

160. Vie Letters and Diaries of John Henry Neroman, ed. C. S. Dessain and V. F. Blehl, vol. nn, 1963, index sub Lewin, S.R.

161. P.O.D.: M.D.R. 1862 12 425–32.

162. M.D.R. 1861 15 534–9; 1861/17 1180–5; 1862 5 894–9; 1862, 12 425–32; 1862 16 767–72; 1863/4 812–16, 827–30; 1863 7, 298–302; 1863 9 318–22; 1863 21/453, 455–8. Some original deeds in K.P.L., MSS. 2228–33.

163. M.D.R., e.g., 1862 12 425–38; 1862 16 767–78.

164. P.R.O., RG9 22, ff. 6–7.

165. Catholic Directory, 1863–5.

166. O.S. sheet X 19, 1868: M.B.W. Minutes, 20 March 1863, p.311.

167. London Oratory, Letters, vol. 24, ff. 68–70.

168. Catholic Directory, 1866: Victoria County History of Middlesex, vol. v, 1976, p. 87.

169. M.D.R. 1866/13/1022–48. Some original deeds in K.P.L., MSS. 1263, 2234–7, 2239–43.

170. M.D.R. 1866/13/1031–5.

171. Ibid., 1862/12/497–502; 1862/16/779–82, 840–1; 1863/4/822–6, 835–8; 1863/7/308–12; 1863/9/351–5; 1863/21/465–70; 1866/19/100: K.P.L., MSS. 2227, 2229, 2231, 2233, 2238, 2244.

172. Corbett Letters, VIII, 79; xxi, 267.

173. R.B.: M.D.R. 1866/13/1022–5.

174. B.R. 100555.

175. CorbettLetters, XVII, 215; xxi, 88, 262, 336, 363, 530, 538.

176. P.R.O. RG10 54, ff. 5–12.

177. P.O.D.: Vicloria and Albert Museum Library, Sir Henry Cole's diary, 3 April 1881.

178. B.N. 27 April 1883, p. 548: R.l.B.A. Journal, 3rd ser., vol. n, 1894–5, pp. 128–9.

179. B.A. 25310: B.R. 6853.

180. M.D.R. 1863 4 108; 1863 21 471–2.

181. D.S.R. 1883 94; 1885 35; 1886 320; 1887 282–90: M.D.R. 1884 13734: P.O.D. Rupert Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660–1851, sub Bacon, Charles.

182. K.P.L., MS. 63 1379: P.R.O., E179 143 370: G.L.R.O., MR/HT 3, 12, 40, 45, 93.

183. P.R.O., C5/589/12; C7/30/109. K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 9035.

184. Ibid.: R.B.: M.D.R. 1715/4/80; 1730/6/231–3.

185. M.D.R. 1790/1/333–4.

186. Ibid., 1790/1/335; 1794/5/616.

187. Ibid., 1790/10/27: B.L., Add. MS. 31326.

188. D.S.R. 1890 15: the building itself is dated 1889.

189. M.D.R. 1792/8/895.

190. Ibid., 1794/6/192.

191. B 5 Nov. 1881, p. 592: D.S.R. 1881 322.

192. M.D.R. 1792/3/567–8; 1797/4/130: R.B.: B.I., Add. MS. 31326: B.A. 103244.

193. M.D.R. 1799/2/148: R.B.

194. M.D.R. 1796/1/15.

195. R.B.:G.L.R.O.MRPLT: M.D.R. 1796 115.

196. Algernon Graves, The Royal Academy of Arts: A Complete Dictionary of Contributors… 1769 to 1904, 1905–6, sub Lloyd and MoserD.Yfl.

197. R.B.: M.D.R. 1808/1/476.

198. M.D.R. 1792/3/567–8; 1794/6/192; 1796 115; 1803/2/98; 1803/4/81; 1805/1/481; 1808 1476.

199. Ibid, 1807/2/664.

200. Ibid. 1808/7/786.

201. Ibid. 1808/2/340.

202. Ibid, 1808/1/631.

203. Ibid., 1810/9/916.

204. Ibid., 1811/2/394.

205. Ibid., 1808 7 432; 1811 10 604.

206. Ibid., 1808 1 627, 629.

207. Ibid., 1809 3 773; 1811 9 516.

208. R.B.:Plan of… Kensington, published by Thomas Starling, 1822.

209. PRO., PROB 11 1670 267.

210. survey of London, vol. xxxvii, 1973, p. 77.

211. M.D.R.1839 5 56, 695.

212. R.B.: M.D.R. 1844 1 164.

213. R.B: D.S.R. 1855 226, 228.

214. M.D.R. 1890 8 274–9; 1890 18 381–3; 1890 26 17–18: D.S.R. 1889 247–56: P.O.D.

215. B.A. 23990: D.S.R. 1904 41: P.O.D.

216. B.A. 84090.

217. Ibid: Annual Register, 1870, Chronicle, pp. 47, 95.

218. R.B.: P.O.D.: M.B.W. 1786, no. 618: M.B.W. Minutes, 10 Nov. 1865, p. 1231.

219. R.B.: M.D.R. 18514 336; 1866 5 732–3: M.B.W. Minutes, 10 Nov. 1865, p. 1231.

220. R.B.: G.L.R.O., MR PLT: M.D.R. 1805 1 481.

221. D.S.R. 1880 167: P.O.D.

222. B.R. 73146, plan roll 1812: P.O.D.

223. B.R. 73146.

224. M.D.R. 1869 18 674–6.

225. Ibid., 1797 4 518; 1806 5 285: R.B.

226. M.D.R. 1806/5/392.

227. R.B.: P.O.D..: Diagrams of the Parish of St. Mary Abbotts, 1847.

228. R.B.: P.O.D.: Royal Marsden Hospital, Committee Book and Sub-Committee Book.

229. M.D.R. 1864/6/680.

230. M.B.W. 6500.

231. PRO., E179 253 30: G.L.R.O., F98; MR TH/3.

232. The Parish Register of Kensington 1539–1675, ed. F. N. Macnamara and A. Story-Maskelyne, 1890, p. 125.

233. G.L.R.O., MR Til 40, 45, 93: PRO., E179/143 370: K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379.

234. Musgraie

235. R.B.: ratebooks of Chelsea parish: P.R.O., PROB 11/868/315: Alexander Cruden, The Adventures of Alexander the Corrector, 1754 (BL. pressmark 1415f40(1)).

236. R.B.: M.D.R. 1798 3 499.

237. M.D.R. 1780 1 265.

238. Ibid, 1773/3/275; 1779 2 577.

239. The Public Adxertizer, 25 Feb. 1768.

240. R.B.: M.D.R. 1797 3 785.

241. R.B.: Lewis Lochcc, An Essay in Military Education (1773), A System uj'Military Mathematics (2 vols, 1776), An Essay on Caslrametation (1778), Elements of Fortification (1780): 20 Geo. HI, c. 39, private: J. A. Moulding, Fit for Service, The Training of the British Army 1715–1795, 1981, pp. 220, 253–4.

242. M.D.R. 1776 4 259: watercolour in K.P.L.

243. M.D.R. 1779 2 577.

244. 20 Geo. III, c. 39, private.

245. M.D.R. 1781 3 31–2; 1798 3 499.

246. Boswell in Extremes, 1776–1778, cd. C. M. Weis and F. A. Pottle, 1971, p. 306.

247. The Gentleman's Magazine, e.g., vol. xliii, 1773, p. 390.

248. Ibid., vol. 1.June 1780, p. 284.

249. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, leases and 388. Archives of St. Man's Prior., Fulham Road, lease and releases. 26–27 Jan. 1780. Landumiey to Payne, 29–30 May 1780. Payne to Lochée: M.D.R. 1780 2 491–2; 1781 3 170–1. 294–5; 1790 8 150: Survey of London, Vol. iv, 1913, p. 44: W. Marston Acres, The Bank of England From Within 1694–1900, 1931, vol. i, pp. 257–8: D.N. B. sub John Payne.

250. Faulkner, Description of Chelsea, at supra, 1829 ed., vol. i, p. 139.

251. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. 1.iv, pt. 2, Oct. 1784, pp. 792–3.

252. Engraving entitled ‘Grand Aerostatic Balloon’, published by R. Wilkinson, 1784: watercolour in K.P.L.

253. Notes and Queries, 7th. ser., vol. x, p. 214; 10th. ser., vol. x, p. 493.

254. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. i xi, pt 1, June 1791, p. 588: The Times, 29 June 1791; Lewis Lochée, A. Monsieur Le Baron Schonfell, Lille, 1790; A. Président du Congrés, 1790; Relation de ce qui'est passé le 18 Mai centre les Autrichiens et les Patriotes. 1790 (B.L. pressmark 8079.e.25 (1, 3 and 4)); Observations sur La Revolution Belgique …, 2nd. ed., Lille, 1791, pp. 48–50 (B. L. pressmark 1608 4882): Revue de Belgique, vol. lxiii, 15 Sept. 1887, pp. 69–70.

255. The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. ixxxv, pt. 2, Dec. 1815, p. 572.

256. Faulkner, Description of Chelsea, ut supra, 1829 ed., vol. i, pp. 139–40.

257. T. C. Croker, A. Walk from London to Fulham, 1860, p. 119.

258. R.B.: G.L.R.O., MR PLT.

259. M.D.R. 1800 2 172.

260. R.B.: trade directories.

261. M.D.R. 1805 3 570.

262. Ibid., 1797 3 785.

263. Ibid., 1798 3 499.

264. Ibid., 1800 2 172.

265. Ibid., 1802 1 185.

266. R.B.: information kindly supplied by Messrs. Hedges and Butler.

267. The Morning Herald, 9 July 1823 (advert.).

268. R.B.: P.O.D. Hurford Janes, The Red Barrel. A History of Watney Mann, 1963, p. 159.

269. Unigate Properties Ltd., conveyance, 21 April 1882, Butler to Bickers: information kindly supplied by Messrs. Hedges and Butler.

270. Unigate Properties Ltd., leases, 13 Feb. 1883, Bickers to Preece D.S.R. 1883 93.

271. D.S.R. 1890 141.

272. P.O.D.: B. V 39861: Unigate Properties Ltd., agreement, 30 Sept. 1925; conveyance. 10 Nov. 1930, Doll to United Dairies.

273. M.D.R. 1859 11 362.

274. P.O.D. Boase.

275. P.O.D.: R.B.: D.S.R. 1849 19–20: M.D.R. 1849 2 584.

276. M.D.R. 1746 2 467–8.

277. Information kindlv supplied by Messrs Hedges and Butler.

278. Royal Marsden Hospital, Sub-Committee Minutes, 29June, 20 July 1852: M.D.R. 1866 5 732.

279. T. C. Croker, A Walk from London to Fulham, enlarged by Beatrice E. Horne, 1896, p. 143.

280. M.D.R. 1803 6 551.

281. Ibid., 1823 5 301.

282. R.B.: P.O.D.: P.R.O., RG 9 22, ff. 15–16; RG 10 54, f. 28.

283. R.I.B.A Library, Fellowship nomination papers, C. F. Doll, 6 May 1901.

284. Unigate Properties Ltd., conveyance, 19 Sept. 1899, between members of the Doll family: Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537 (1), copy will of Charles Bickers.

285. P.O.D.: L.C.C. Minutes, 5 May, 28 July 1903, pp. 666, 1363: D.S.R. 1902 102, 109–10: K.P.L., leasing particulars, n.d. (K 4678 B).

286. P.R.O., C54 4312, no. 12; PROB 11/330/104; E179/252/32, book 40.

287. G.L.R.O., MR/TH 12.

288. PRO, E179 252 30, book 40; E179 253 30; PROB 11 286 26; PROB 11 550 35: G.L.R.O., MR/TH 3, 12, 93.

289. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 34, John Verney to Sir Ralph Verney, 21 Oct. 1680; M636/52, Ralph Palmer to Lord Fermanagh, 30 Nov. 1703.

290. Ibid., M636 33, John Verney to Sir Ralph Verney, 4 Dec. 1679.

291. Ibid., M636 33, John Verney to Sir Ralph Verney, 7 Nov., 10 Dec. 1679.

292. Randall Davies, Chelsea Old Church, 1904, pp. 208, 210, 212.

293. H.M.C. 7th Report and Appendix, 1879, pp. 403–509: Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century, ed. Lady Verney, 1930, 2 vols. (originals on microfilm in B.L., M636/1–60).

294. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 54, Ralph Palmer jr. to Hon. Ralph Verney, 29 May 1712.

295. PRO., PROB 11 550 35: K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 63/1379.

296. Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century, ed. Lady Verney, 1930, vol. 1, p. 70.

297. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 56, Ralph Palmer to Lord Fermanagh, 4 Oct. 1720.

298. Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century, ed. Lady Verney, 1930, vol. 1, p. 91, vol. 2, pp. 79–80.

299. G.E.C.: PRO., PROB 11 798/311.

300. M.D.R. 1759 2 13–14.

301. Ibid., 1781 3 170–1, 294–5.

302. R.B.: London Directory, 1795.

303. R.B.: Holden's Directory, 1799.

304. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, grant, 11 July 1853, Rogers to Jackson: R.B.

305. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, conveyance, 15 Aug. 1871, Jackson to Bickers.

306. P.O.D.: Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), copy will of Charles Bickers, 1889.

307. The South London Press, 17 Aug. 1872.

308. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, lease, 29 Sept. 1879, Bickers to Coventry.

309. D.S.R. 1888 43: P.O.D.: M.B.W . Minutes, 2 March 1888, p. 407; 28 Sept. 1888, p. 449.

310. P.O.D.: archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, lease, 30 Jan. 1906, Doll to Rhind.

311. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, conveyance, 6 May 1927, Doll et al. to Tutt et al.

312. P.O.D.: information kindly provided by the secretary of the Eleusis Club and by Chelsea Reference Library.

313. B.R. 104425.

314. Ibid.: archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, plans by E. A. Remnant, 1936: Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), correspondence 20 Aug. 1937.

315. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), letter, 23 July 1938, E. A. Remnant to Office of Works: B.R. 104425: Ordnance Survey, 1 1250, 1950, plan TQ2677NW.

316. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, plans, 1960: B.R. 104425.

317. B.L., Add. MS. 31326: Frasers Magazine, vol. xxxi, March 1845, p. 333.

318. H.B. photograph.

319. R.B.: Pigot's Directory, 1832–4.

320. P.O.D.: PRO., HO 107 1469, ff. 330–435: Sunn of London, vol. xxxxi, 1970, pp. 57–9.

321. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), appointment and release, 11 July 1853, Rogers to Bickers.

322. Diagrams of the Parish of St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, 1847.

323. R.B.: P.O.D.: P.R.O., RG 9 22, f. 16; RG 10 54, f. 38.

324. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), 15 Oct. 1881, Bickers to Duleep Singh.

325. P.O.D.: Major Evans Bell, The Annexation of thePunjaub and the Maharajah Duleep Singh, 1882: The Maharajah Duleep Singh and the Government, privately printed, June 1884, p. 96 (B.L. pressmark 9057.b.l5).

326. Host Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), conveyance, 25 Sept. 1899, Drew to Postmaster General.

327. Ibid., box 537(1), conveyance, 9 July 1940, Postmaster Cieneral to McCarthy; correspondence, 20 Aug. 1937, 23 July 1938: B.R. 104425

328. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(2), 3 Jan. 1962.

329. R.B.: P.O.D.: D.N.B.:M.D.R. 1860 10 918.

330. Information supplied by London Postal Region, Post Office.

331. P.R.O., L179 143 370; E179 252 32, book 40: G.L.R O., MR TH 12, 40, 93.

332. P.R.O., E179 143 370: K.P.L., MSS. 58 56311, 63 1379.

333. Faulkner, p. 261: Musgrme.

334. K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379: B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 42, Ralph Palmer to John Verney, 11 Oct. 1687.

335. K.P.L., MS. 58 5630: D.N.B.

336. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 53, Ralph Palmer jr. to Lord Fermanagh, 22 Oct. 1706; M636 55, same to Hon. Ralph Verney, 6 June 1715; M636 56, same to Lord Fermanagh, 28 Nov. 1716: Musgrace.

337. Guildhall Library, MS. 8674 6, p. 116.

338. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636 56, Ralph Palmer to Hon. Ralph Verney, 4 Oct., 8 Nov. 1716, 9 May 1717; same to Lord Fermanagh, 28 Nov. 1716

339. Ibid., Fra. Luttrell to Mrs Eliz. Baker, 12 May 1718; Ralph Palmer to Lord Fermanagh, 18 April 1719.

340. Ibid., Ralph Palmer to Lord Fermanagh, 13 Aug. 1719

341. K.P.L., MS. 58 5630: PRO., PROB 11 798 311.

342. R.B.: M.D.R. 1803 6 372.

343. Holden's directories, 1799–1807.

344. R.B.: P.P., 1844, vol. vviii, no. 1, Stattstical Appendix to Report of Metropolitan Commissioners in Lunaiy, pp. 4–11, 71.

345. M.D.R. 1836 6 793.

346. Ibid., 1860 10 918.

347. Ibid., 1876 10 295, 330.

348. Andrew Saint, Richard Norman Sham, 1976, p. 195.

349. D.S.R. 1877 2S–7, 174–87. 299–300, 364–7: K.P.L., MS. 58 19969. pp. 432, 500–1.

350. M.D.R. 1877 10 355.

351. Ibid., 1876 10 296, 331.

352. Ibid. 1876 10 330–1; 1877 10 355; 1877 13 979; 1.877 17 384; 1877 24 341: Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), mortgages, 15 Oct. 1877, Hussey to Barker, 21 Dec. 1877, Hussev to Sarsfield.

353. M.D.R. 1876 10 331.

354. The Work of John Raskin, ed. Cook and Wedderburn, 1909, vol. xxxxii, p. 618.

355. John Ruskin, Fors Clavigera, vol. xii, 1877, pp. 115–20.

356. PRO., RG 11 46, ff. 91–4.

357. K.P.L., MSS. 65 34, 43: Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), mortgage. 19 June 1885, Hussey to Taylor.

358. K.P.L., MSS. 65 43, 52.

359. Kensington Vestry Minutes, 30 March, 6 July 1892, pp. 8, 260;22 May 1895, p. 175.

360. Ibid., 11 Oct. 1899, p. 491.

361. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, First Series, Paverty 2 Streets and Population Classified, 1902, App., p. 6.

362. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 4 Aug. 1903, p. 420.

363. Ibid., 10 April 1906, p. 268; 5 May 1908, p. 356.

364. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), conveyance, 28 Sept. 1927, Hussey to Brew.

365. The New Survey of London Life and Labour, 1930, vol. xii, map-sheet No. 9.

366. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 24 March, 5 May, 2 June. 28 July 1931, pp. 220–1, 260, 300, 366; 6 March, 1 May, 24 July 1934, pp. 150. 160, 232, 337: T. F. Gibbs, St. Mary Bolrons 1850–1964, [n.d.], p. 12

367. Post Office, Conveyancing Dept., box 537(1), correspondence, 12 and 17 Nov. 1937, 24 Nov. 1939.

368. G.I.R.O., MR TH 12, 45 PRO., E179 252 32, book 40;E179 253 30;F.179 143 370.

369. The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, vol. 1, no. 3, July 1900, p. 228 and note: PRO., PROB II 309 142; PROB 11 362 2

370. PRO, PROB 11 430 7.

371. Guildhall Library, MS. 8674 II), p. 257.

372. R.B.: M.D.R. 1765 6 173.

373. PRO, PROB 31 638 716

374. K.P.I., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379: Suney of London, vol. w, 1940, p. 106; vol. vwni, 1966, p. 108: M.D.R. 1713 3 96.

375. Archives of St Man's Priory, Fulham Road, indentures, 1–2 Aug. 1769, Davison to Collctt; 9–10 Aug. 1769 and 22–23 April 1772, Collett to l.andumicy: R.B.

376. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, leases and releases, 26–27 Jan. 1780, Landumiev to Payne; 29–30 May 1780, Payne to Lochée.

377. Ibid., lease and release, 23–24 Feb. 1803, Lochee to Dagley.

378. R.B.: D.N.B.

379. P.O.D.: M.B.W. Minutes, 30 July 1869, p. 907.

380. B.A. 52685: B.R. 126248: archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, envelope `Re Parochial Hal'.

381. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, assignment to attend inheritance, 22 Aug. 1783, Mead to Townscnd.

382. M.D.R. 1713 3 96.

383. P.R.O., E179 252 32, book 40.

384. G.L.R.O., MR TH 9.

385. P.R.O., E179 143 370: G.L.R.O., MR TIL 45.

386. K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379: D.N.B.: PRO., PROB 11 456 106.

387. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, assignment to attend the inheritance, 22 Aug. 1783, Mead to Townsend: Musgrave.

388. Archives of St. Marry's Priory, Fulham Road, lease and release, 13–14 Aug. 1783, Lewis to Townsend.

389. R.B.: Holden's directories: G.L.R.O., MR PLT.

390. R.B.: Holden's directories, 1799, 1802–5

391. R.B.: archives of St. Mans Prior, , Fulham Road, lease and release, 21–22 June 1839, Barnard to Milton, release, 20 July 1866, Milton to Milton: Boase.

392. The account of the church and priory is based largely on Pr. Gerard M. Corr, O.S.M., Sercites in London, 1952, supplemented by archives in the possession of the Servite Fathers, to which guidance was kindly given by Fr. Philip Allen, O.S.M It has not, however, been possible to consult some of the sources used by Fr. Corr.

393. Corr, op at., pp. 1–37 passim.

394. Corr, op. at., p. 36.

395. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, envelope C2.

396. Con, op. at., p. 53.

397. M.D.R. 1873 18 168.

398. Post Office, Conveyancing Dcpt., box 537(2), abstract of title

399. R.I.B.A. Fellowship nomination papers, Joseph Stanislaus Hansom.

400. Corr, op. at., pp. 51–7.

401. K.P.I., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 108: D.S.R. 1875 25: P.O.D.

402. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, agreement, 16 July 1874, in envelope B2: D.S.R. 1874 126: The Tablet, 25 Sept. 1875, p. 402.

403. Corr, op. at., pp. 57–8.

404. The Tablet, 25 Sept. 1875, p. 402.

405. ARchives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, printed notice in envelope B2.

406. The Tablet, , 25 Sept. 1875, p. 402:P.O.D., 1876.

407. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, memoranda of agreements in envelope B2: B. 25 Sept. 1875, p. 872: P.O.D.

408. P.O.D. The Tablet, 25 Sept. 1875, p. 402.

409. B. 25 Sept. 1875, p. 872: P.O.D.

410. The Tablet, 16June 1877, p. 758.

411. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, drawings by J. A. Hansom and U. M. Hammer:P.O.D.

412. B 25 Sept. 1875, p. K72

413. B.N. 22 Oct. 1880, p. 470 and illus.: archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, envelopes B2, B3;contract drawings: Corr, up. at., p. 57.

414. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, particulars of organ Henry Jones and Sons, 19 Sept. 1894: The Tablet, 25 Sept. 1875, p. 402.

415. B.N. 22 Oct. 1880, p. 470

416. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, contract drawings: B. 21 April 1883, p. 547 and illus.: B.N. 6 July 1883, p. 32. P.OD.

417. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, contract drawings D.S.R. 1890 5: Souvenir uf the Consecration 4 Nov. 1953, p. 13.

418. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, contract and other drawings; envelope B2; particulars of organ by Henry Jones and Sons, 19 Sept. 1894: D.S.R. 1893 94–5: Corr, op. at., p. 80.

419. B. 4 Jan. 1902, p. 13: archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, statement of outgoings and income, 1893–5.

420. Archives of St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, in envelope C4.

421. D.S.R. 1896 58.

422. Archives of St. Man's Priory, Fulham Road, design, n.d. (watermark 1899).

423. Souvenir of tht Consecration, 1953, p. [15]: P.O.D.

424. Souvenir, ul supra, pp. 13–14.

425. The Catholic Building Reiietv, Southern Edition, for the year 1962, p. 68.

426. Directories.

427. K.P.L., MSS. 58 5630, 63 1379: G.L.R.O., AM PW 1722 50: M.D.R. 1710 1 33; 1725 6 94.

428. M.D.R. 1762 1 25.

429. Ibid., 1762 1 26.

430. Ibid., 1802 5 593.

431. Sunn of London, vol. xxxvii, 1973, pp. 42, 45, 77, 83.

432. R.B.: M.D.R. 1803/7/7: Holden's triennial directories.

433. M.D.R. 1868/12/909–10; 1868/30/1232–7.

434. B.A. 100115: B.R. 120288.

CHAPTER XII (pp. 195–240)

The Boltons and Redcliffe Square Area

1. J. E. B. Gover, Allen Mawer and F. M. Stenton, The Place-Names of Middlesex, 1942, p. 128.

2. E.C.R., 20 April 1554.

3. M.D.R. 1809/4/375: P.R.O., MAF 9/167.

4. K.P.L., MSS. 9019, 9035: M.D.R. 1715/4/80.

5. K.P.L., MSS. 9021, 9035: PRO., PROB 11/209/117.

6. K.P.L., MS. 9022.

7. K.C.R., 20 April 1554; 16 May 1558.

8. K.P.L., MS. 9029: P.R.O., PROB 11/558/100.

9. K.P.L., MSS. 9026, 9028–9, 9033: M.D.R. 1719/2/284–5.

10. K.C.R., 27 July 1752: M.D.R. 1754/1/132–3: R. Brooke-Caws, Soles on the Origin and History of Coutts and Company, 1950, p. 2.

11. M.D.R. 1762 1 348.

12. Musgraie: P.R.O., PROB 111207/371: The Merchant and Tradesman's London Directory for the Year 1787: Howard Robinson, The British Post Office, A History, 1948, p. 110: Kenneth Ellis, The Post Office in the Eighteenth Century, 1958, pp. 47, 48, 51, 53: Memoirs of William Hickey, ed. Alfred Spencer, vol. i, [n.d.], pp. 114, 131.

13. K.P.L., MS. 9032.

14. M.D.R. 1797/2/295.

15. Ibid 1797/3/551.

16. Ibid 1805/7/7.

17. Ibid 1807/6/261.

18. Ibid., 1805/1/778.

19. Ibid 1808/8/323–4. K.P.L., particulars of sale, Coleherne Estate, 21 June 1808.

20. M.D.R. 1806/5/392.

21. Ibid 1801/3/324.

22. Ibid 1755/2/82–4: J. and J. A. Venn, Alumni Canlabrigienses.

23. M.D.R. 1737/2/233.

24. Ibid 1748/1/58.

25. Ibid 1754/1/132; 1812/1/731; 1812/6/537.

26. Ibid., 1812/9/33.

27. Ibid 1786/2/38; 1806/5/392.

28. Ibid., 1807/8/57.

29. PRO., E179/252/32, book 40: G.L.R.O., MR TH/3.

30. B.L., Verney Papers, microfilm, M636/56, Ralph Palmer to Hon. Ralph Verney, 4 Oct. 1716.

31. Randall Danes, Chelsea Old Church, 1904, pp. 198–200.

32. G.L.R.O., MR TH/12, 93: K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 63 1379.

33. Faulkner, p. 261.

34. M.D.R. 1784/4/255–6; 1834/4/288; 1836/7/201.

35. E.C.R., 7 Dec. 1753.

36. P.R.O..MAF9/167.

37. G.L.R.O., MR/PLT/4902: E.C.R., 30 April 1641.

38. G.L.R.O., TA9.

39. M.D.R. 1754/1/132.

40. Ibid., 1808/8/323.

41. Ibid., 1808/5/530.

42. B. 16 Aug. 1873, p. 647.

43. M.D.R. 1719/2/282; 1721/4/48.

44. K.P.L., MS. 9024.

45. Ibid., particulars of sale, Coleherne Estate, 21 June 1808.

46. M.D.R. 1746/2/467.

47. P.R.O., C54/3191, no. 28.

48. E.C.R., 4 Dec. 1753.

49. O.S. sheet X/19, 1868.

50. John Harvey, Earty Nurserymen, 1974, pp. 201–2.

51. Faulkner, p. 606: J. C. Loudon, An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, 1822, pp. 372, 1213.

52. R.B.: M.D.R. 1835 7 142.

53. B.L., Add. MS. 31326.

54. R.B.

55. R.B. P.O.D.

56. Ibid., 1808/8/323: K.P.L., sale particulars, ut supra.

57. K..P.L., MS. 58/5630.

58. Samuel Johnson, Lives of the English Poets, with an introduction by L. Archer-Hind, 2 vols. (Everyman Library), [n.d.], vol. 2, p. 22.

59. The Parish Registers of Kensington from A.D. 1539toA.D. 1675, ed. F. N. Macnamara and A. Story-Maskelyne, 1890, p. 36.

60. Ibid., p. 40.

61. G.L.R.O., MR/TH/3.

62. P.R.O., E179/252/32, book 40.

63. G.L.R.O., MR/TH/40, 93: K.P.L., MS. 58/5630.

64. K.P.L., MS. 63/1379, p. 172.

65. M.D.R. 1723/6/102–3.

66. Ibid., 1730/6/231.

67. National Monuments Record, BB67/737.

68. M.D.R. 1723/6/101–3: K.P.L., MS. 58/5630.

69. K.P.L., MSS. 58/5630, 63/1379.

70. M.D.R. 1735/4/61–2: G.L.R.O., Mddx. MS. 131(3).

71. M.D.R. 1739/2/50–1; 1739/3/328.

72. Ibid., 1749/2/439–40.

73. Ibid., 1751/1/644–5.

74. Ibid., 1762/1/347.

75. Ibid., 1810/7/183.

75. G.L.R.O., Print Collection, no. 14720.

77. The Journal of Beatrix Potter from 1881 to 1897, transcribed by Leslie Linder, 1966, p. 56.

78. D.S.R. 1871/36.

79. R.B.: Boase.

80. M.D.R. 1864/8/682.

81. R.B.: POD.: Boase.

82. O.S. sheets X/8 and X 9, 1867.

83. R.B.: Richard Fawkes, Dion Boudcault, 1979, pp. 144–5.

84. B. 18 Jul. 1863, p. 523.

85. M.B.W. 928, no. 14, 8 Aug. 1866, plan of Redclifle Estate.

86. O.S. sheets X 8 and X 9, 1894–6.

87. Corbett Letters, xvii, 375; xxi, 75, 116, 194, 695, 972.

88. K.P.L., cutting from The Cycling World Illustrated, 24 June 1896, pp. 337–8.

89. R.B.: Boase: Vincent Orchard, Tattersalls, 1953, pp. 256–'9.

90. R.B.: M.D.R. 1805 1 778.

91. R.B.: P.O.D.: Plan of…. Kensington, published by Thomas Starling, 1822.

92. M.D.R. 1810/3/568.

93. Thomas Faulkner, An Historical and Topographical Description of Chelsea and its Environs, 1810.

94. M.D.R. 1810/3/569.

95. Ibid., 1810/3 570; 1812/2 781; 1813/6/250.

96. Ibid., 1813/3/54.

97. Burhe's Landed Gentry, 18th ed., vol. i, 1965.

98. The Morning Herald, 14 Aug. 1820: K.P.L., GC2420.

99. G.L.C., Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Conveyancing (Records) Division, Bousfield School site, Docket 26551, lease 15 Nov. 1836, Gunter to Nixon: K.P.L., MS. 63 13337, p. 208 (insertion).

100. M.D.R. 1838/3/501.

101. J. and J. A. Venn, Alumni Canlabrigienses.

102. K.P.L., K70/171.

103. M.D.R. 1857/10/162 (schedule): R.B.: P.O.D.

104. R.B.: K.P.L., MS. 63/13349, p. 232 (insertion).

105. R.B.: P.O.D.: K.P.L., K60 18: G.L.R.O., H4/PB/E2/1.

106. 1 Geo. IV, c. 34, private: M.D.R. 1820/ 5/652.

107. M.D.R. 1836/7/201.

108. Ibid., sub Robert Gunter.

109. Ibid., 1846/6/181, 552; 1852/1/960.

110. British Telecom, Conveyancing Dept., deeds re Earl's Court Telephone Exchange, photocopy of will of Robert Gunter.

111. C.C., file 20641.

112. D.S.R. 1850/191–4, 275–8.

113. Ibid., 1853/14–17, 42.

114. M.C.S. 292/114.

115. D.S.R. 1854 172–3.

116. B. 13 Jan. 1855, p. 24.

117. M.D.R. 1855/2/281.

118. Ibid., 1851/12/995; 1851/13/495: PRO., HO 107/1473, f. 475.

119. M.D.R. 1852 9 556–7; 1854/10/846; 1854/12 1033–4; 1854/17/404.

120. Ibid., 1852/1287–8; 1852/10/761; 1852/12/214, 971; 1853/2/313.

121. Ibid., 1852/1/285–6; 1852/7/823–4.

122. Ibid., 1851/13/45; 1852/3/422.

123. Ibid., 1852/13/330–1.

124. Ibid., 1851/12/843–5; 1851/14/25; 1852/5/61–4.

125. M.C.S. 291 586: D.S.R. 1850/208–9, 230–1, 261–2, 283–4.

126. M.D.R. 1852/1 289–91, 959; 1857/10/162 (schedule).

127. Ibid., 1851/12/995; 1851/13/495.

128. Ibid., 1853/11/908–10.

129. See M.D.R. 1846–51, index, Gunter to Harding (Chelsea).

130. M.D.R. 1851/12 835–42; 1852/1/961–2; 1852/4/815–16; 1852/8'713–14; 1852/16/705.

131. D.S.R. 1851/74–81, 351–7.

132. P.R.O., HO 107/1472–3.

133. M.D.R. 1851/12/995; 1851/13/495.

134. F. M. L. Thompson, Hampstead: Building a Borough 1650–1964, 1974, pp. 276–88: Donald J. Olsen, The Growth of Victorian London, 1976, pp. 257, 260–2.

135. P.O.D

136. M.C.S. 292 353v

137. Ibid., 290 226, 292 289, 353: D.S.R. 1850 291–2.248–301, 349–50; 1851 74–81. X3–4, 190–1, 324–5, 351–7.

138B. 4 Sept. 1875. p. 791.

139. M.D.R. 1851 12 835–42: 1852 4 815–16, 961–2; 1852 8 713–14; 1852 16 705.

140. Ibid., 1856 14 433.

141. Ibid., 1857 9 659; 1857 11 821; 1857 15 384, 386; 1859 16 58, 60; 1860 1 782, 1861 1 878–83.

142. POD.: Boast.

143. M.D.R. 1860 I 782

144. The Estates Gazelle, 1 May 1861, p. 194.

145. Ibid., 16 Aug. 1858, p. 13.

146. G.L.RO. Mddv Acc. 208 2

147. Arundel Castle Muniments, 14th Duke's Correspondence (Undated Letters), 12 Jan [1853?], J. Hughes to Earl of Arundel.

148. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Town Planning case 16410, frere Cholmelo to Postmaster-General, 21 Oct. 1937.

149. haling Town Hall, ratebooks 1847–54: M.D.R. 1847 10 314, 1849 8 423.

150. John Summerson, ‘The London Suburban Villa’, in The Architectural Review, vol. 104, Aug. 1948, p. 67 (Plate 3).

151. Cl. M.D.R. 1853 6 467–8 and M.D.R. I851 7 256; 1853 13 513; 1854 10 846; 1857 14 804; 1859 16 5X. 1862 10 11.

152. Cl. M.D.R. 1853 6 467–8 and M.D.R. 18517 256; 1853 2 313.

153. B. II June 1859. p. 400

154. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 439.

155. M.D.R. 1862 1 349–50; 1862 2 932–3; 1862 15 511–12; 1862 19 138; 1863 4 555; 1863 9 579–80; 1863 12 39–40.

156. Ibid., see index. R. Gunter to Bradley, 1863 onward (Chelsea).

157. Corbett Letter-., xix, 209, 214.

158. M.D.R. 1854 12 1036; 1857 1 186, 801–2; 1858 6 461; 1862 15 650

159. British Telecom, Conveyancing Dept., deeds re Karl's Court Telephone Exchange, abstract of title to Sidmouth Lodge

160. The Times, 19 Sept. 1905, p. 4c.

161. M.D.R. 1853 9 321–2; 1854 2 1021–2.

162. Ibid., 1854 10 846; 1854 12 1033–4, 1X54 17 404.

163. Ibid., 1852 7 823.

164. Ibid., 1855 8 146–7 R.B

165. M.D.R 1857 10 162 (schedule) R.B.

166. M.C.S 297.

167. M.D.R. 1857 3 783; 1867 17 65–6, 1867 19 564–5.

168. Ibid., 1857 14 884, 1858 5 102; 1858 6 593–4; 1858 9 14–15; 1859 2 954–6; 1859 4 579.

169. Ibid., 1862 10 11–12, 1862 13 460–3; 1862 18 806–7; 1864 13 243–8; 1865 3 103–4.

170. Ibid. 1869 19 685.

171. POD. P.R.O. RG 10 53. ff. 73–7.

172. M.D.R. 1859 4 933–4; 1X60 9 15–19; 1863 16 913–14; 1865 3 105–7; 1866 17 333.

173. B. 20 Jan. 1883. p. 93.

174. M.D.R. 1863 10 281–2, 604–10; 1864 7 239–42: G.L.R.O. C 84 1, 81.

175. The Journal of Beatrix Potter from 1881 to 1897, transcribed by Leslie Linder, 1966, p. 196.

176. G.L.R.O., C 84 3.83.

177. The Journal of Beatrix Potter, ut supra, pp. xv, xvi: The Linder Collection of the Works and Drawings of Beatrix Potter, 1971, p. 30.

178. M.B.W. 22502.

179. P.R.O., RG 10 53. ff'. 52–3, 55–7, 64–6, 73–83.

180. POD.: The South London Press, 17 Aug. 1872.

181. M.D.R. 1864 21 560–1, 563–6, 746–7, 777–8.

182. The Times, 2 Sept. 1908, p.lie: P.O.D.

183. M.D.R. 1865 10 66; 1868 21 383

184. K.P.L., MSS. 3804–5.

185. M.D.R. 1864 3 69.

186. Ibid., 1864 7 451–2

187. See Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975.

188. Corbett Letters. xiv, 554.

189. G.L.R.O., BRA 641/31–2.

190. Corbett Letters, viii, 79.

191. M.B.W. 6500.

192. Ibid., 928, item 14, 8 Aug. 1866.

193. M.D.R. 1867/16/599.

194. Ibid., 1867/19/926; 1868/6/360.

195. Ibid., 1869 19 692–3.

196. Ibid., 1869 22 907.

197. These figures are derived from the M.D.R.

198. D.S.R.

199. P.R.O., RG 10 53, f. 76; RG 10/54, f. 13.

200. E.g. M.D.R. 1863 21 453; 1864/21/560.

201. M.D.R. 1862 4 914.

202. PRO., RG 10 53, f. 76; RG 10 54, ff. 13, 42–6, 66, 82–3.

203. Corbett Letters. xiv, 703, 882, 894.

204. PRO., RG 10 53, f. 76.

205. Corbett Letters, iv, 556, and vols. xiv, xxii (Feb. 1878, May 1879).

206. M.B.W. 928, item 14, 8 Aug. 1866: M.D.R. 1865/10/66; 1868 21 383–4.

207. B. 21 March 1868, pp. 201–2.

208. Corbett Letters, in, 270: C. J. feret, Fulham Old and New, 1900, vol. in, p. 22.

209. Corbett Letters, xxi, 789–90.

210. B. 2, 9 Dec. 1871, pp. 952, 961–2: information kindly supplied by Mr. Salmons, Paddington District Surveyor's office.

211. I.L..N 28 Sept. 1872, pp. 302, 339: B.N. 4 Oct. 1872, p. 272.

212. Corbett Letters, iv, 558.

213. B.N 20 Sept. 1872, p. 234: B. 21 Sept. 1872, p. 752: The Times, 6 May 1878, p. llf: The Kensington News, 11 May 1878.

214. Corbett Letters, viii, 282.

215. B. 21 March 1868, pp. 201–2. Corbett Letters, xxi, 591.

216. Corbett Letters, viii, 79; xxi, 267.

217. Ibid., u, 251; xxii, 102.

218. M.D.R. 1864 21 562, 567; 1865/5/644–5; 1865/23/ 250–2; 1865/26/128–30; 1866/9/781–5; 1866/10/250; 1866/12/721–2; 1866/21/596–7; 1867/3/512–15; 1867 11 875–8; 1867 16323–9; 1867/20 787–9; 1867/29/ 426–9; 1868/2/760–3; 1868/17 828–33.

219. Ibid., 1863/10/607–8; 1863/16 14–15; 1865/18/492–3.

220. R.B. (Wharfedale St., 1869).

221. M.D.R. 1869/17/375.

222. Ibid., 1864 21 560–1.

223. Ibid., 1866/21/635–7; 1866 27 265–6.

224. Ibid., 1865 9 145–6; 1865 21 853–4; 1866 10 518–19; 1866 14 594–5.

225. Ibid., 1865 25 753–4; 1866 4 388–92.

226. Ibid., 1865 21 855–8; 1865 25 747–50.

227. Ibid., 1865 5 641–3; 1865 11 105–7.

228. Ibid., 1865 25 193; 1866 3 277–8; 1866 7 594–7; 1866 22 337–41.

229. Ibid., 1869 19 988–97; 1873 4 950–5.

230. Ibid., 1866 8 892–4; 1866 17 316–20; 1866 21 69–72; 1867 16 542–6; 1867 27 453–8; 1868 2 892–6; 1868 13 553–7.

231. Ibid., 1867 7 27–9.

232. Ibid., 1868 18 700–1.

233. Ibid., 1868/3/348–51; 1868 15 536–8.

234. Corbett Letters, xxii, 138.

235. lbid., viii, 45.

236. B. 4 Sept. 1880, p. 301: B.N. 10 Sept. 1880, p. 311.

237. Corbett Letters, ii, 606r.; xiv, 214.

238. M.D.R. 1867 9 955.

239. Ibid., 1868 9 842.

240. Corbett Letters, xvii, 271.

241. B. 26 May 1939, p. 985.

242. PRO., RG 10 54, II. 42–6, 66, 82–6.

243. K.P.I.., applications to Vestry from M.B.W ., no. 64.

244. Corbett Letters, xxi, 456, 562, 630, 632, 656.

245. M.B.W. Minutes, 5 Aug., 14 Oct. 1881, pp. 263, 498.

246. Corbett Letters, 1, 25.

247. Ibid., xiv. 769

248. M.D.R. 1865 4 575–6:P.O.D.

249. What follows is based on the lease-plans on deeds memorialized in the M.D.R.

250. M.D.R. 1853 13 513–14; 1857 15 384, 386.

251. Ibid., 1871 11 364: P.O.D.: R.I.B.A. Library, Fellowship nomination papers, 9 April 1883.

252. M.D.R. 1865 25 193.

253. Ibid., 1866 6 929.

254. Ibid., 1872 16 536.

255. Ibid., 1851 7 256–7; 1853 13 513–14; 1862 15 511–12; 1863 4 555; 1863 9 579–80; 1863 12 39–40; 1866 18 98–103; 1866 21 592–3; 1866 26 589–92, 594–6; 1867 4 775–6; 1869 19 992–3.

256. Ibid., 1865 11 104; 1865 20 939–42; 1865 23 250–2; 1865 26 131–4; 1866 23 629–30; 1866 25 728; 1867 3 507–11; 1867 5 282–4; 1867 10 1005–10; 1867 25 813–15; 1868 11 556; 1868 12 909–10; 1868 25 885–6; 1869 1 703–5;1869 18 674–6;1869 29 156.

257. Corbett Letters, xxi, 53, 247–8.

258. K.P.L., MSS. 5899, 5904, 5922.

259. Corbett Letters, xi, 192–3, 789–90, 8115, 843.

260. M.D.R. 1865 10 66; 1868 21 383–4.

261. Ibid., 1865 11 325; 1866 25 728.

262. Ibid., 1868 19 437; 1870 18 466.

263. Corbett Letters, xxi, 267.

264. B. 11 Feb. 1871, p. 104.

265. Pepperell, advertisement at front.

266. B. 16 Aug. 1873, p. 646.

267. B.S. 16 May 1873, p. 555

268. Corbett Letters, viii, 365.

269. Ibid., 388.

270. Ibid, iv, 512

271. Ibid., xxi, 794

272. Ibid., viii, 696

273. These prices are mostly derived from Corbett Letters.

274. The Kensington Nars. 11 May 1878.

275. The Estates Gazette, 15 May 1878. p. 217.

276. Chelsea Public Library, deed 3316.: POD.

277. Corbett Letters, xxi, 33.

278. lbid., xiii, 822.

279. Ibid., xxii, 115, 118; xxi, 88.

280. Ibid., vii. 363.

281. lbid., iv, 596.

282. Ibid., ii, 193v.

283. Ibid., xiv, Aug.-Sept. 1878.

284. See Corbett Letters, viii.

285. Corbett Letters, xxi, 921.

286. Ibid., ii, 4ov.

287. Ibid., iv. 643.

288. [Rev. Douglas H.G. Sargent], A Short Historical Sketch of the Parish and Church of Saint Luke, Redeliffe Square, South Kensington, 1871–1934, [n.d.], p. 30.

289. P.R.O., RG 10 54, It. 75–82; RG 10 55, ft. 21–33.

290. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, 1902, First Series: Poverty, 2. Streets and Population Classified, App., p. 6, and Third Series: Religious Influences, 3. The City of London and the West End, map following p. 135.

291. Ibid., Third Series. Religious Influences. 3. The City of London and the West End, p. 114.

292. B.S. 10 Max 1878, p. 481.

293. The Times, 6 May 1878, p. 11f.

294. The Kensington News, 15 Feb. 1879; Corbett Letters, xvii, 440–1.

295. P.O.D.: Corbett Letters, xiv, 759; ii, 64: P.R.O., RG 11 81, f. 16.

296. Corbett Letters, xiv, 895; xxii, 73.

297. Ibid., xxi, 881.

298. Ibid., xxii, 381, 410, 485.

299. Ibid., ii 721.

300. E.g. ibid., i, 111.

301. Ibid., i, 60, 77:Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1878.

302. Corbett Letters, xxi, 847.

303. Ibid., xxi, 562.

304. Ibid., ix, 556, 558, 572.

305. E.g., ibid., xxii, 271.

306. Ibid., xiii, 696.

307. Ibid., iv, 260v.

308. Ibid. iv, 910, 949, viii, 738.

309. Ibid., iv. 19;., 421, 910; m, 901.

310. Ibid., iv, 599.

311. Ibid., viii, 689.

312. Ibid., iv. 872.

313. M.D.R. 1862 18 808–9; 1869 19 688–90.

314. E.g., ibid., 1863 15 578–9: Corbett Letters, viii, 316; xiv, 306, xxii, 226.

315. E.g., M.D.R. 1868 23 920.

316. Corbett Letters, xiv, 503.

317. Ibid., xvii, 379.

318. Ibid., viii, 10, 13, 51, 77, 306, 318.

319. Ibid., i, summer 1871; iv, 154; viii, early 1877: Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1874.

320. Corbett Letters, viii, 31.

321. Ibid., xiv, 489.

322. Ibid., xiv, 547.613.

323. Ibid., xiv, 611, 615.

324. Ibid., xiv, 688.

325. Ibid., xiv, 310, 311, 444, 520.

326. Ibid., ii, 249. iv, 4, 512; viii, 225, 652.

327. Ibid., xiv, 214, 306.

328. Ibid., xiv, 311.

329. Ibid., vi, 659.

330. Ibid., vi, July 1875.

331. Ibid., xxi, 879.

332. Ibid., viii, 49.

333. Ibid., xxi, 765, 777.

334. Ibid., xxi, 794

335. Ibid., xvii, 280. 306.

336. Ibid., xxii, 108.

337. Ibid., xvii, 388

338. Ibid., iv 643. viii, 813, 922., 1002; xiv, 7.

339. B. 8 Oct. 1870, p. 800.

340. Corbett Letters, vol. xiv.

341. Ibid., vol. xvii.

342. Ibid., xxi. 192–3, 247–8.

343. Ibid., viii, 659.

344. Ibid., viii, 96.

345. Ibid., xvii, 115; vii. 88, 262, 336, 382, 419, 504.

346. Ibid., xvii. 8.

347. Margate Public Library, photocopy of typescript, ‘Westgate-on-Sea, Isle of Thanet, Kent, 1909–1969, memorized by H. W. (Bill) Hambridge’.

348. Corbett Letters, xvii, 147, 171.

349. M.D.R. 1867 28 945.

350. Ibid., 1875 4 704–6.

351. Juan Bulman, Jenny Lind, 1956, pp. 311–17

352. P.O.D.: Boase: Survey of London, vol. xxxxiii, 1975, pp. 321, 357: A Charles Sewter, The Stained Glass of William Morris and his Circle -A Catalogue, 1975, p. 101.

353. K.P.L., applications to Council from L.C.C., no. 1004.

354. M.D.R. 1884 17 624–6; 1884 20 171–4, 426–9; 1884 22 138–9; 1884 33 405–10; 1884 34 117; 1885 2315–17; 1885 5 542; 1885 8 670; 1885 11 787; 1885 25 431.

355. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 340.

356. D.S.R. 1901 77, 96, 165; 1902 3, 40, 59, 99, 158; 1903 53 (South Kensington district), 36, 384, 553 (Kensington district): K.P.L., applications to Council from L.C.C., no. 837: The Architectural Review, vol. xix, 1903, pp. 162, 165–9: P.O.D.

357. W. Shaw Sparrow, Flats, Urban Houses and Country Homes, [1907], p. 65 K.P.L., sale particulars, Nos. 136–153 Coleherne Court, [1906].

358. G.L.C, Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Conveyancing (Records) Division, Bousfield School site, Docket 26551, assignments, 2 Aug. 1859 (Godrick and Graham to Graham), 14 June 1880 (Grahams to Webb): B. 24 Nov. 1911, pp. 548–61.

359. M.D.R. 1883 39 396 K .P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W. no. 325 B. 14 Oct. 1882, p. 512

360. B. 6 Feb. 1904, p. 140 and illus: G.L.C., Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Conveyancing (Records) Division, Bousfield School site. Docket 26561, leases, 28 July 1906 (Gunter to Minter); Docket 54822, application, 16 May 1906(Cooper and Blake loL.C.C), covenant, 18 May 1908 (Gunter and Minter): K.P.L., applications to Council from L.C.C., no. 988: P.O.D.

361. H.B., photo, Bolton Gardens, 1933.

362. P. G. Konody and Sidney Dark, Sir William Orpen, Artist and Man, 1432, p 210 Bruce Arnold, Orpen. Mirror to an Age, 1981, pp. 228, 247–8: Lady Gregory. Hugh Lane's Life and Achievement. 1921, p. 159 H.B., Blue Plaque file 766.

363. G.L.C., Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Conveyancing (Records) Division, Bousfield School site, Docket 26551, conveyance, 8 March 1918 (Gunter et al to jacob); contract, 1 Sept. 1927 (Bergen and Dalziel); surrender, 11 Nov. 1927 (Lund to Dalziel),

364. B.A. 61160: Architecture Illustrated, Dec. 1930, pp. 227–8: Country Life, 17 March 1934, pp. 287–8.

365. B.A. 61160.

366. Country Life, 20 Sept. 1930, pp. 342–7: B. 9 Oct. 1931, p. 574: D.S.R. 1929 525, 1117: B.A. 64409: Bruce Arnold, op. at., pp. 420–2, 425, 427.

367. B.A. 63066: D.S.R. 1929 519: B. 11 Dec, 1931, p. 956: Architecture Illustrated, Dec. 1931, pp. 182–3.

368. British Telecom, Conveyancing Dept., Earl's Court Telephone Exchange, abstract of title and deeds: B.R. 154358: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Town Planning case 16410: P.O.D.: date on building.

369. B.A. 102494: B.R. 2932.

370. G.L.C., Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Conveyancing (Records) Division, Bousfield School site, Dockets 26551, 26561, 26564–5, 26571–2.

371. The Architectural Review, vol. 117, Jan. 1955, pp. 49–50; vol. 120, Sept. 1956, pp. 150–7

372. The Times, 19 Sept. 1905, p. 4c; 2 Sept. 1908, p. 1 le: British Telecom, Conveyancing Dept., Earl's Court Telephone Exchange, photostat of will of Sir Robert Gunter and abstract of title.

373. The Times, 12 June 1917, p. 3b: K.P.L., sale particulars, The Gunter Estate, 11 June 1917.

374. Chelsea Public Library, scrapbook, p. 1254 (cutting from The Star, 7 Dec. 1916).

375. The Times. 22 Aug. 1917, p. 9d.

376. Report of the Royal Commission on London Squares, 1928, App. iii.

377. B.R. 110614.

378. B.A. 66099: Sir Charles Wheeler, High Relief 1968, pp. 93–4: inscription on building: information kindly supplied by Miss C. Wheeler and Mr. S. C. Hutchison.

379. G.L.R.O., H4 PB Y3/1.

380. Ibid. B.R. 102465: The Architects’ Journal, 22 June 1932, pp. 830–4.

381. B.R. 102465.

382. Ibid., 111621.

383. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 11 Dec. 1951, pp. 461–2; 11 May, 14 Oct., 11 Nov., 9 Dec. 1952, pp. 201, 356, 407, 453; 13 Oct., 8 Dec. 1953, pp. 354, 434; 7 Dec. 1954, p. 398; 11 Oct. 1955, p. 309; 12 March 1957, p. 89: B.R. 12034, 13546, 13607.

384. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 19 May, 28 July, 8 Dec. 1953, pp. 197, 301, 435; 11 Oct. 1955, p. 309; 12 Nov. 1957, p. 337: B.R. 15199.

385. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 18 April 1961, p. 130; 3 July 1962, p. 225; 14 May 1963, p. 187; 28 Oct. 1965, pp. 509, 602.

386. Ibid., 21 March, 2 May, 20 June 1967, pp. 203, 271, 362; 25 June 1968, p. 290; 29 April 1969, p. 190: B.A. 107267: B.R. 150564.

387. Kensington Borough Council Minutes, Oct. 1973.

388. B.R. 16767.

389. B.A. 81464.

390. G.L.C., Architect's Dept., Street Naming Section.

391. B.A. 103139.

392. Ibid., 78766.

393. B.R. 3998.

394. Ibid., 126735, 151285.

395. B.A. 87490: B.R. 14832: information kindly supplied by Sir Hugh Casson.

396. B.A. 91051 B. 21 March 1958, pp. 531–3.

397. B.A. 102568: B.R. 154338.

398. B.R. 150803: The Architectural Review, vol 160, Sept. 1976, pp. 170–3: Richard Einzig, Classic Modern Houses, in Europe, 1981, pp. 150–7.

399. B.R. 16278: The Architect and Building News, 25 Jan. 1961, p. 113; 20 June 1962, pp. 889–92; 1 Aug. 1962, p. 147: Architectural Design, 1962, p. 134: Alice Hope, Town Houses, 1963, pp. 116–18: .The Architectural Review, vol. 136, Nov. 1964, pp. 357–9: information kindly supplied by Sir Hugh Casson.

400. House and Garden, July 1964.

401. The Daily Telegraph, 24 March 1982, p. 25.

402. K.P.L, K2581 B.

403. C.C., files 20641, 20643: George Godwin, Buildings and Monuments, Modern and Mediaeval…, 1850, p. 86.

404. B. 16 June 1849, pp. 282–3.

405. Godwin, , op. et loc. cit

406. M.D.R. 1849 9 251.

407. B. 19 Oct. 1850, p. 499: The Times, 2 Feb. 1850, p. 8a.

408. C.C., file 20643.

409. B. 19 Oct. 1850, p. 499; 18 Sep. 1858, p. 632: I.L.N. 26 Oct. 1850, p. 336.

410. The Ecclesiologist, n. s., vol. viii, 1850, p. 195.

411. Archives of St. Mary, The Boltons, subscription book: The Land and Building News, 29 Nov. 1856, p. 875.

412. T. F. Gibbs, .St. Man Boltons, 1850–1964, [n.d.], p. 6.

413. Pepperell, pp. 11–13.

414. D.S.R. 1871 440: Gibbs, op. el loc. cit.: Basil F. L. Clarke, Parish Churches of London, 1966, p. 103.

415. Gibbs, op. at., p. 7

416. B. 1 July 1882, p. 35; 16 May 1885, p. 710.

417. Archives of St. Mary, The Boltons, records in church vestry, envelope no. 3.

418. Ibid., file, Council for the Care of Churches.

419. Gibbs, op. cit., p. 8.

420. Archives of St. Mary, The Boltons, records in church vestry, envelope no. 5. Gibbs, op. cit., pp. 9–10.

421. C.C, file 41936.

422. B. 3 Dec. 1870, p. 958.

423. C.C., file 48151.

424. [Rev. Douglas H.G. Sargent), [Rev. Douglas H.G.Sargent], A Short Historical Sketch of the Parish and Church of Saint Luke, Redcliffe Square: Pepperell, p. 20: M.B.W. Minutes, 26 May 1871, p. 753.

425. Sargent, op. cit.: B. 16 Aug. 1873, p. 646.

426. B.N. 16 May 1873, p. 555: B. 17 Feb. 1872, p. 134.

427. B. 10 Aug. 1872, p. 634: B.S. 16 May 1873, p. 555.

428. B. 16 Aug. 1873, p. 646: C.C., files 41936, 48151.

429. Sargent, op. at: B. 16 Aug. 1873, p. 646: B.N. 22 Dec. 1876, p. 651.

430. G.L.R.O., P84 LL K 43 and 68.

431. Corbett Letters, ix, 233 (also 72, 194, 198, 260, 283).

432. Ibid., iv, 362.

433. Ibid., xix, 211

434. Ibid., xix, 448.

435. Ibid., ix, 550.

436. Ibid., xix, 686–7, 691; xvii, 467, 489; vii, 114, 117, 127, 272.

437. St. Luke's Church Hall papers and deeds (with Messrs. Payne, Hicks Beach and Co., Dec. 1981).

438. C.C., files 41936, 48151.

439. Sargent, op. cit.

440. G.L.R.O., P84 LUK. 48.

441. Ibid., P84 LUK 73.

442. R.I.B.A., Fellowship nomination papers, C. S. Peach, 1891.

443. H.B., file 622.

444. K.P.L., applications to Vestry from M.B.W., no. 231.

445. B.A. 102415.

446. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Town Planning case 52087.

447. H.B., Blue Plaque file 62.

448. M.B.W. 1786, no. 978.

449. Kensington and Chelsea Street-Names, 1968.

450. B.R. 154264.

451. Ibid., 14161.

452. K.P.L., applications to Council from L.C.C., no. 1004.

453. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Town Planning case 67836.

CHAPTER XIII (pp. 241–245)

Stamford Bridge and the Billings Area

1. See E. Daw, Map of… . Kensington, 1848 and 1863 eds.

2. J. E. B. Gover, Allen Mawer and F. M. Stenton, The Place-Names of Middlesex, 1942, p. 2.

3. Faulkner, p. 26.

4. Gover, op. at., pp. 102, 128.

5. Ibid., p. 103: Charles James Feret, Fulham Old and New, vol. ii, 1900, pp. 225–6.

6. K.P.L., MS. 58 5630, 9 June 1703, f. 62v.

7. Ibid., MS. 58 5601, 18 May 1707, p. 22.

8. R.B. E.C.R., 17 April 1696, 4 May 1710, 1 May 1724, 25 April 1726, 7 May 1728, 12 March 1743.

9. R.B.: E.C.R., 12 March 1743, 11 Oct. 1764, 27 June 1776, 20 Feb., 6 May 1856.

10. B.L., Add. MS. 31326.

11. P.O.D.: B.A. 10557

12. G.L.R.O., MR LV 9 179.

13. E.C.R., 5 June 1846.

14. D.S.R. 1874 422.

15. G.L.R.O., B N I G 210: The Parish Register of Putney, Surrey 1620–1734, ed. W. Bruce Bannerman, vol. i, 1913, pp. 38, 122:P.R.O., PROB 11 278 334.

16. G.L.R.O., B NTG 135, 209–10: M.D.R. 1809 8 419; 1812 1 627.

17. M.D.R. 1809 9 65.

18. G.L.R.O., B NTG 138, 372: M.D.R.1830 7 192.

19. 5 and 6 Vict. c. 36, local and personal.

20. G.L.R.O., B NTG 136.

21. Ibid., B EGLC 1, 5, 19 Jan. 1831: Hermione Hobhouse, Thomas Cubitl Master Builder, 1971, pp. 191, 221.

22. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 1, 19Jan. 1831.

23. Ibid., B NTG 372.

24. M.D.R. 1836 2 128.

25. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 3, 26 June 1838.

26. Ibid., B EGLC 4, 20 Aug., 10 Sept. 1841, 19July 1842.

27. Ibid., B EGLC 4, 10 Dec. 1841; B EGLC 5, 22 Nov., 23 Dec. 1842.

28. Ibid., B EGLC 5. 3 Feb. 1843; B NTG 220.

29. Ibid., EGLC. 5. 9 May 1843.

30. P.R.O. WORK 6 66, 9 Feb. 1844. p. 378: M.D.R. 1843 4 216, 1844 3 775–6.

31. G.L.R.O. B EGLC 5. 9 May 1843; B NTG. 220: M.D.R. 1843 4 530.

32. G.LRO. B EGLC 5. 6 June 1843; B NTG 220: M.D.R. 1843 4 849.

33. G.L.R.O, B EGLC 5. 28 May, 11 June 1844; B NTG 204: M.D.R. 1844 7 661.

34. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 5. 28 May, 11, 18 June, 6, 13 Aug. 1844; B NTG 153, 204 M.D.R. 1844 10 702.

35. M.D.R. 1844 10 275–7.

36. Ibid., 1844 8 51–2. 57.

37. Ibid., 1844 9 507.

38. Ibid., 1844 10 120.

39. Ibid., 1844 8 869–70; 1845 11 399.

40. Ibid., 1846 5 116.

41. Ibid., 1846 7 614.

42. Ibid., 1844 10 661.

43. Ibid., 1846 7 604.

44. D.S.R. 1845 159: M.D.R. 1846 5 116.

45. M.D.R. 1844 9 251; 1845 8 31.

46. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 5, 2, 9 July 1844.

47. M.D.R. 1844 8 712–13.

48. Ibid., 1846 4 862.

49. Ibid., 1845 6 522.

50. Ibid., 1845 9 885.

51. Ibid., 1852 16 634.

52. Ibid., 1855 2 99.

53. B.R. 121093: B. A. 101563: Kensington Borough Council Minutes, 2 March 1937, pp. 175–6, 8 March 1938, p. 182, 27 June, 31 Oct. 1939, pp. 373, 452, 19 Dec. 1944, p. 32, 20 Feb 1945, p. 82. 15 Jan. 1946, p. 46.

54. B.R. 156026.

55. M.D.R. 1855 2 99.

56. Ibid., 1846 1 611; 1852 16 634; 1855 2 99.

57. R.B.

58. Diagrams of the Parish of St. Mary Abbotts Kensington, 1847, p.172.

59. P.O.D.: Kensington Directories: P.R.O., RG 9 22, f. 21

60. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 5, 2, 9 July 1844.

61. Ibid., B NTG 314.

62. Report of Kensington Medical Officer of Health for 1872, Table H: O.S. sheet X 19, 1865–7, 1894–6.

63. W.C.S. 84, 17 Jan., 7 Feb. 1845, pp. 173, 184.

64. M.D.R. 1851 4 742.

65. Ibid., 1847 1 219, 620.

66. Ibid., 1847 9 46–7.

67. W.C.S. P47 1563.

68. M.D.R. 1847 1 412 Colvin.

69. M.D.R. 1853 1 348.

70. Ibid., 1847 9 261; 1849 9 575; 1853 2 913: R.B.

71. M.D.R. 1850 1 276; R.B.

72. M.D.R. 1847 3 5; 1850 8 44; 1851 8 201; 1852 3 243 R.B.

73. M.D.R. 1849 4 92; 1857 5 519.

74. Ibid., 1846 7 24–5; 1849 4 92; 1849 5 444; 1851 2 956–7.

75. Ibid., 1850 8 443; 1850 9 213; 1851 12 941–3.

76. P.R.O., RG 9 22. ff. 21–34: R.B.

77. P.R.O., RG 11 47. ff. 80–91.

78. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, Third Series Religious Influences. vol. 3, 1902, map.

79. New Survey of London Life and Labour, vol. vii, [n.d.], maps, sheet 9.

80. The Sunday Times, 11 Nov 1962.

CHAPTER XIV (pp. 246–252)

Brompton Cemetery

1. P.P., 1843, XII, Report on the Practice of Interment in Towns, pp. 27, 133.

2. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 14 Aug. 1838, p. 41; 20 Feb. 1839, p. 72; 2 April 1839, p. 77.

3. Boase: Survey of London, vol. xxiv, 1952, p. 115: Colvin.

4. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 20 July 1837, p. 2; 10 Jan. 1839, p. 66.

5. The Times, 27 Aug. 1836, p. 2.

6. Journals of the House of Commons, vol. NCH, 14, 24 Feb. 1837, pp. 43, 82.

7. 1 Viet., c. 130, local: Journals of the House of Lords, vol. IXIV, 24 April 1837, p. 230.

8. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 20 July 1837, p. 1.

9. H.I.R.O., Minutes of Evidence before Committees, 1837, West of London and Westminster Cemetery Bill, p. 6.

10. P.R.O, WORK 6 65, passim

11. 1 Vict., c. 130, local.

12. P.R.O., C13 2722.

13. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 11 Jan. 1840, p. 122: C13 2722: M.D.R. 1833 7 65; 1839 6 718–19.

14. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 10 July, 6 Nov. 1838, pp. 36, 49; 23 April 1839, p. 78; 11 Jan. 1840, p. 122.

15. G.L.R.O., B EGLC 5, 28 Feb., 9 May 1843, pp. 112, 180; B NTG 220, sale particulars: P.R.O., WORK 6 66, 9 Feb. 1844, p. 378; WORK 6 67, 26 Jan. 1852, p. 619: M.D.R. 1844 3 775–6.

16. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 1 Nov. 1837, p. 7.

17. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 6, 20 March 1838, pp. 22, 24; 10 Jan. 1839, p. 64.

18. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 19 June 1838, p. 34: Catalogue of Royal Academy Exhibition, , 1838, no. 1205.

19. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 5, 7, 20 Sept., 2 Oct. 1838, pp. 44, 46, 47.

20. B.N. 30 April 1875, p. 508: Colvin, sub Wyatville.

21. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 25 Sept., 2 Oct. 1838, pp. 46–7.

22. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 7 Jan. 1839, p. 60.

23. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 10 Jan., 2, 16 April, 16 July 1839, 25 Aug., 1 Sept., 1 Dec. 1841, pp. 66, 77, 78, 85, 250, 251, 263.

24. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 19, 20 Feb. 1839, pp. 70, 71.

25. Ibid, Work 6 65, 6 July, 8, 13 Aug. 1839, pp. 85, 89, 90.

26. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 13, 20, 27 Aug., 3 Sept., 15 Oct., 17 Dec. 1839, pp. 90–5, 100, 113: Hermione Hobhouse, Thomas Cubitt Master Builder, 1971, p. 151.

27. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 10, 17 Dec. 1839, pp. 112, 113.

28. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 8 April 1840, p. 147.

29. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 20 May, 2, 9 Sept. 1840, pp. 154, 183, 185.

30. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 4, 11 Feb., 18 March, 2 June, 8 July 1840, 8 Feb. 1841, pp. 132–3, 141–2, 158, 168, 211: B.L. Map Collection, plan of Brompton Cemetery, 1884, pressmark 3542(1).

31. P.R.O., WORK 6 65, 22 April, 10, 17 June, 1, 29 July, 2 Sept. 1840, 17 Feb., 17 May 1841, pp. 149, 161, 163, 166, 174, 183–4, 216, 231.

32. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 17, 26 May, 2, 9, 16, 30 June 1841, pp. 231–4, 237–41.

33. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 21 July 1841, p. 243.

34. Ibid., WORK 6 65, 9 Feb. 1842, p. 277.

35. The British Almanac for 1841. Companion, pp. 236–7.

36. K.P.L., 614.61 BRO, K69, 96, Brompton Cemetery newspaper cuttings.

37. PRO., WORK 6 65, 13 Feb. 1843, p. 328.

38. Ibid., WORK 6 65. 1 March 1843, p. 335.

39. Ibid., WORK 6 66, 29 Jan. 1845, p. 417.

40. Ibid., WORK 6 66, 28 Feb. 1844, p. 383.

41. Ibid., WORK 6 66, 13, 20, 27 March, 3, 17 April 1844, pp. 384, 386, 387, 389.

42. Ibid., WORK 6 66, 29 Jan. 1845, p. 417; 1 July 1846, p. 465; 8 Feb. 1847, p. 477.

43. B.N. 30 April 1875. p. 508.

44. P.R.O., WORK 6 66, 20 March, 3 April 1844, pp. 385, 388–9.

45. 8 and 9 Vict., c. 77, local.

46. P.R.O., WORK 6 66, 21 Jan. 1846, p. 453; 3 Feb. 1847, pp. 476–7; 6 67, 28 Jan. 1850, p. 563; 20 Jan. 1851, p. 590.

47. P.P., 1852, Minutes of the Board of Health relating to the Metropolitan Interments Act since August 1850, p. 24.

48. Ibid., 1843, Report on the Practice of Interment in Towns.

49. Ibid., 1850, xxi. Report on a general scheme for extra-mural sepulture, pp. 72, 75, 78, 81.

50. 13 and 14 Vict., c. 52, public general.

51. P.P., 1852, xiii. Minutes of the Board of Health, at supra, pp. 50, 53, 55: P.R.O., WORK 6 67, 19 March, 23 April 1851, pp. 595, 599.

52. George E. Chadwick, The Works of Sir Joseph Paxton. 1961, pp. 205–6: Wolfgang Hermann, Gottfried Semper im Exit, 1978. p. 55.

53. P.R.O., WORK 6 67, 19 March 1851, p. 596.

54. P.P., 1852, xiii, Minutes of the Board of Health, at supra, p. 25.

55. P.R.O., WORK 6 67, 19 March 1851, p. 595.

56. Ibid., WORK 6 67, 23, 30 April 1851. pp. 599, 600.

57. P.P., 1852, xiii, im, Minutes of the Board of Health, at supra, pp. 24, 127.

58. P.R.O., WORK 6 67, 18 June, 30 Oct. 1851, pp. 604, 610.

59. P.P., 1852, viii, Minutes of the Board of Health, at supra, p. 98.

60. Ibid., pp. 85, 104–5: R.A. Lewis, Edwin Chadwick and the Public Health Movement 1832–1854, 1952, pp. 250–5.

61. PRO., WORK 6 67, 30 Oct., 1 Nov., 27 Dec. 1851, 26 Jan. 1852, pp. 610–12, 619–20.

62. M.D.R. 1853 1 253.

63. P.R.O., WORK 6 67, 5 Nov. 1852, 24 Aug. 1853, 15 Nov, 20 Dee. 1854, pp. 637, 646, 653, 654.

64. Annual Report on the Health …. of the Parish of St. Mary Abbott's Kensington for 1889, 1890, pp. 172–3.

65. P.R.O, WORK 38 146.

66. Catalogue of the Burne-Jones Exhibition at the Hayward Gallery 1975–6, p. 68.