List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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Author

Percy Lovell and William McB. Marcham (editors)

Year published

1938

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Pages

17-18

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 19: The parish of St Pancras part 2: Old St Pancras and Kentish Town (1938), pp. XVII-XVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64857 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.Camden Street, Nos. 162 to 168. Elevations by A. E. Gurney50
2.Grove Terrace, sketches of iron balconies by A. E. Gurney62, 63, 64
3.No. 27, Grove Terrace, plans65
4.No. 27, Grove Terrace, entrance door, section and elevation66
5.No. 14, Grove Terrace, plans67
6.Little Green Street, elevation and details of bays by A. E. Gurney70
7.St. Pancras Old Church, key-plan72
8.Gloucester Gate. Detail of fireplace at No. 699
9.Royal Chapel of St. Katharine, key-plan100
10.Cumberland Terrace, balustrading and panel of iron-railings116, 119
11.Cumberland Terrace, a typical bedroom fireplace118
12.Cumberland Place, plan118

THE ARMORIAL

Supplied by the Rev. E. E. Dorling, F.S.A.

BREWERS, THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF (p. 24)Gules a cheveron argent between three pairs of barley-sheaves crossed in saltire or with three tuns sable on the cheveron.
CHARTERHOUSE, THE (p. 21)Or three cheverons sable, which are the arms of the Founder, Walter Lord Mauny.
CHOLMONDELEY (p. 39)Gules two steel helms in the chief and a wheatsheaf or in the foot.
CHRIST CHURCH, OXFORD (p. 47)Sable a cross engrailed argent charged with a lion passant gules between four leopards' heads azure and a chief or with a rose gules between two Cornish choughs therein, which are the arms of Cardinal Wolsey, the Founder.
DRAPER (p. 33)Gules four bends or and a chief parted fessewise argent and ermine with three fleurs de lis sable in the argent.
FITZROY, LORD SOUTHAMPTON (p. 9)The arms of the Duke of Grafton (which are the royal arms of Charles II differenced with a sinister baston gobony argent and azure) with a crescent for difference.
GARWAY (p. 7)Argent a pile between four leopards' heads gules with a fesse gules over all.
HALE (p. 7)Azure a cheveron or battled on both sides.
HEWETT, VISCOUNT HEWETT (p. 47)Gules a cheveron engrailed between three owls argent.
HOLLES, EARL OF CLARE (p. 19)Ermine two piles sable.
LONDON, BISHOPRIC OF (p. 3)Gules two swords of St. Paul crossed saltirewise.
PLATT (p. 40)Or fretty sable with a plate at each crossing of the fret.
PRATT, MARQUESS CAMDEN (p. 28)Quarterly: 1 and 4, Sable a fesse between three elephants' heads raged argent with three molets sable on the fesse, for Pratt; 2 and 3, Sable a cheveron between three spear-heads argent, with drops of blood on the points, for Jeffreys.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE (p. 41)The arms of the Lady Margaret Beaufort, the Foundress.
ST. KATHARINE'S HOSPITAL (p. 101)Party fessewise gules and azure with a sword argent, its hilt and pommel or, set barwise in the gules, and a demi Katharine wheel or in the azure.


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