Description of plates

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English Heritage

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Percy Lovell and William McB. Marcham (editors)

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1938

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12-16

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'Description of plates', Survey of London: volume 19: The parish of St Pancras part 2: Old St Pancras and Kentish Town (1938), pp. XII-XVI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64856 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES

Frontispiece.
The Holand Monument in St. Katharine's ChapelPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
Sketch-Map of St. Pancras showing the principal Manors and estatesCompiled by W. Mc. B. Marcham.
PLATE
1.Highgate Road and Grove Terrace, c. 1870From Ordnance Survey 1875.
2.(a) The Cow and HareFrom an old print in the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution.
(b) Gregory Bateman's HouseFrom an old print in the Heal Collection in the St. Pancras Public Library.
3.(a) The "Bull and Last," Kentish Town, c. 1820From the Council's Collection of prints and watercolours.
(b) The Assembly Rooms, c. 1853
4.(a) The Old Farm House, c. 1820From the Council's collection of prints and watercolours.
(b) The Old Farm HouseFrom a drawing in the Heal Collection in the St. Pancras Public Library.
5.(a) The Old Toll-Gate, Kentish Town, c. 1820From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
(b) Old Houses, Kentish Town Road, c. 1853
6.(a) Old Houses, Kentish Town Road, c. 1853From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
(b) Montevideo Place, 1878From a drawing in the St. Pancras Public Library.
7.(a) and (b) The Mother Red Caps, c. 1740 and 1820From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
8.(a) and (b) Kentish Town Chapel, c. 1824From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
9.(a) The Old Castle Tavern, Kentish Town, c. 1820From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
(b) Councillor Agar's House, c. 1853
10.(a) St. Pancras Workhouse and the Agar Estate, c. 1850From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
(b) St. Pancras Workhouse, King's Road, c. 1850
11.(a) and (b) Views in Agar Town, 1857From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
12.(a) Nos. 19–27, Grove TerracePhotographs by the Council.
(b) Nos. 11–21, Grove Terrace
13.No. 27, Grove Terrace: (a) Entrance door; (b) Sitting-roomPhotographs by Edward Yates.
14.No. 27, Grove Terrace: (a) and (b) Secondary staircasePhotographs by Edward Yates.
15.No. 24, Grove Terrace: DoorwayPhotograph by Edward Yates.
16.No. 15, Grove Terrace: (a) and (b) Backroom ground-floor windowPhotographs by Edward Yates.
17.No. 15, Grove Terrace, ceilings: (a) Front room first-floor; (b) Front room ground floorPhotographs by Edward Yates.
18.No. 15, Grove Terrace: Front room firstfloor fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
19.No. 14, Grove Terrace. StairsPhotograph by Edward Yates.
20.(a) No. 14, Grove Terrace. Garden frontPhotographs by Edward Yates.
(b) Nos. 13 and 14, Grove Terrace. Front doors
21.No. 14, Grove Terrace: (a) and (b) Fireplaces, first floor; (c) Ceiling first-floor front roomPhotographs by Edward Yates.
22.(a) and (b) No. 12, Grove Terrace. Fireplaces. (c) No. 14, Grove Terrace. FanlightPhotographs by Edward Yates.
23.(a) No. 10, Grove Terrace. DoorwayPhotographs by Edward Yates.
(b) Nos. 9 and 8, Grove Terrace. Exterior
24.Little Green Street: Bay windows to Nos. 4, 5 and 6Photograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
25.Little Green Street: (a) General view; (b) Bay windows to No. 7Photographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
26.(a) Nos. 52–64, Kentish Town RoadPhotographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
(b) Junction of Kentish Town Road and Jeffreys Street
27.Plan of the St. Bartholomew's EstateFrom a drawing in possession of the Governors of the Hospital.
28.St. Pancras-in-the-Fields. Drawn and engraved by Chatelain, 1752From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
29.St. Pancras Old Church, 1815 (Bowles and Carver)From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
30.St. Pancras Old Church: (a) in 1782 (I. Walker); (b) 1815 (J. P. Neale)From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
31.St. Pancras Old Church: (a) 1827 (George Cook)From the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
(b) 1865 (from Illustrated London News)From the Heal Collection in the St. Pancras Public Library.
32.St. Pancras Old Church. Plan and perspective view (before 1848)From an old drawing in the Potter Collection in the British Museum.
33.St. Pancras Old Church. Section (before 1848)From an old drawing in the Potter Collection in the British Museum.
34.St. Pancras Wells. The long roomFrom the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
35.Daniell ClarkeMeasured drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey and photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
36.William PlattPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
37.William PlattMeasured drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey.
38.Philadelphia WollastonPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
39.Philadelphia WollastonMeasured drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey.
40.Samuel CowperPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
41.Altar Tomb. North side of NavePhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
42.Thomas DoughtyPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
43.Rowland BelasysePhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
44.John OffleyPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
45.John OffleyMeasured drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey.
46.Richard DraperPhotograph by C. J. P. Cave.
47.Chalk Farm: (a) 1813From a sketch in the collection of The London Society.
(b) An engravingFrom the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
48.Marylebone Park, 1796: (a) View from Welling's (i.e. Willan's) Farm towards Camden Town; (b) towards Primrose HillFrom the Council's collection of prints and drawings.
49.Regent's Park, east side, panorama, c. 1830From a print in the collection of The London Survey Committee.
50.Regent's Park, east sideFrom Ordnance Survey, 1875.
51.East Gate, Regent's ParkFrom the engraving by T. H. Shepherd.
52.Gloucester HousePhotograph by the London County Council.
53.Gloucester GatePhotograph by the London County Council.
54.Gloucester GateMeasured drawing by J. I. Elliott.
55.(a) Royal Hospital of St. Katharine:From Ackerman's Repository, 1828.
(b) Monument to Hon. George Montagu (arms)Photograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
56.Royal Chapel of St. Katharine: (a) Interior looking west; (b) Looking eastPhotographs by J. H. Pledge.
Royal Chapel of St. Katharine, Monuments
57.Hon. George MontaguPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
58.Hon. George Montagu. DetailPhotograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
59.(a) Andrew Coltee Ducarel; (b) Rev. George BaxterPhotographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
60.Frederic BeckerPhotograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
61.Elizabeth GriggPhotograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
62.Mrs. PearcePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
63.(a) William Cuttinge; (b) William WatersonPhotographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
64.(a) Ann Poyntz; (b) Joanna RampaynePhotographs (a) by Eric R. Jarrett, (b) by Francis R. Taylor.
65.John Holand (before restoration)Photograph by J. H. Pledge.
66.John Holand. Soffit of canopyPhotograph by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
67.John Holand: (a) and (b) EffigiesPhotographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
68.John Holand. Details of carving (4)Photographs by J. H. Pledge.
69.Woodwork details—Stalls: (a) Canopies; (b) Angle ElbowPhotographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
70.Stalls. Elbows (3)Photographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
71.Stalls. Elbows (3)
72.Stalls. Elbows (3)
73.Stall Elbow
74.Cupboard in vestryPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
75, 76.Misericords (12)Photographs by J. H. Pledge.
77.Stalls: (a) Front; (b) Detail of spandrilPhotographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
78.Carved figures (4)Photographs by Francis R. Taylor.
79.(a) The Angel ChoirPhotographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
(b) Hanging lamp
80.(a) Enriched columnPhotographs by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
(b) Font
81.Chairs
82.Carved panels in organ gallery
83.Royal Arms on north wallPhotograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
Carved panels in stalls frontPhotograph by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
84.Details of panels in stalls front (2)Photographs by Francis R. Taylor.
85.PulpitPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
86.Pulpit. Details of panels (4)Photographs by J. H. Pledge.
87.Cumberland Terrace, 1938Photographs by The London County Council.
88.Cumberland Terrace. Centre feature
89.Cumberland Terrace, 1938. Looking north
90.Cumberland Terrace. The central block
91.Cumberland Terrace. Pavilions looking northPhotographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
92.Cumberland Terrace. Pavilions looking south
93.Cumberland Terrace. Triumphal archwayPhotograph by Eric R. Jarrett.
94.Cumberland Terrace: (a) Courtyard houses; (b) Staircase No. 17Photographs by The London County Council.
95.Cumberland TerraceMeasured drawing by T. A. Bailey.
96.Cumberland Terrace. South pavilionPhotographs by the London County Council.
97.Cumberland Place
98.Chester Place
99.Chester Terrace. Northern Pavilion BlockPhotographs by the London County Council.
100.Chester Terrace. Looking north
101.Chester Terrace: (a) The Triumphal Gateway; (b) No. 3Photographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
102.Cambridge Terrace: (a) Looking north; (b) Looking southPhotographs by Eric R. Jarrett.
103.(a) The Colosseum, 1875Photograph from the Manckiewicz Collection.
(b) Chester TerraceFrom the engraving by T. H. Shepherd.
Panorama drawing by J. F. King—
104–109.To Highgate Road and Kentish Town Road, east sideIn the collection at the St. Pancras Public Library.
110–114.To Kentish Town Road and Highgate Road, west side
115–117.To the Back Road, The King's Road