Description of plates

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English Heritage

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Percy Lovell and William McB. Marcham (editors)

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1936

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10-15

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'Description of plates', Survey of London: volume 17: The parish of St Pancras part 1: The village of Highgate (1936), pp. X-XV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65000 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES

Frontispiece.
A north view of London with part of Highgate from Hampstead Heath near The SpaniardsBy George Robertson and Daniel Lerpiniere, 1780. Aquatint in the Crace Collection in the British Museum.
Key PlanPage 6.
PLATE
1.The village of HighgateFrom the plan in the St. Pancras Town Hall, c. 1804.
2.The village of HighgateFrom the Ordnance Survey, 1875.
3.Lauderdale HousePlan.
4.Lauderdale House. General view from southwest before renovation in 1893From an old photograph.
5.Lauderdale House. Relief panel over mantelpiece in Entrance HallPhotograph by the London County Council.
6.Lauderdale House. Recess in Entrance HallMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
7.Lauderdale House. Recess in Entrance HallPhotograph by the London County Council.
8.Lauderdale House. South-west corner of long room on ground floorPhotograph by the London County Council.
9.Lauderdale House. Door and panelling in long room on ground floorMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
10.Lauderdale House. StaircaseFrom a water-colour drawing.
11.Lauderdale House. Staircase. Section and detailsMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
12.Lauderdale House:
(a) Lantern over stairs;
(b) Garden vasePhotographs by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
13.(a) Andrew Marvell's CottageFrom a water-colour drawing in the collection of Frank Marcham, formerly in the Gardner Collection.
(b) The same from the gardenFrom a water-colour drawing.
14.Nos. 17, 19, 21, High Street. General viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
15.Nos. 17, 19, 21, 23, High Street. Plans and sectionsMeasured drawing.
16.Nos. 17, 19, 21, 23, High Street. ElevationsMeasured drawing.
17.No. 21, High Street. Section through hall and stairsMeasured drawing by Mordecai Pearlman.
18.Englefield House, No. 23, High Street.
General view
Photograph by the London County Council.
19.Englefield House, No. 23, High Street:
(a) StaircasePhotograph by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments.
(b) 18th-century hob-grate on first floorPhotograph by the London County Council.
20.Englefield House, No. 23, High Street.
Chimney piece on ground floor
Measured drawing by Wm. W. Cordingley.
21.Englefield House, No. 23, High Street.
Chimney piece on ground floor
Photograph by the London County Council.
22.Englefield House, No. 23, High Street.
Staircase
Measured drawing by B. G. Abrahams.
23.No. 8, South Grove. StaircaseMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
24.Russell House, No. 9, South Grove:
(a) General view;Photographs by H. W. Fincham.
(b) View from garden with No. 8
25.Church House, No. 10, South Grove plans Measured drawing by A. Tatlow and G. D. Advocaat.
26.Church House, No. 10, South Grove: Elevations and SectionsMeasured drawing by A. Tatlow and G. D. Advocaat.
27.Church House, No. 10, South Grove:
(a) General View;Photographs by H. W. Fincham.
(b) View from garden
28.Church House, No. 10, South Grove. The entrance gate (see also Plate 92)Photograph by the London County Council.
29.Church House, No. 10, South Grove.
Entrance doorway
Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
30.Church House, No. 10, South Grove:
(a) The staircase;Photographs by H. W. Fincham.
(b) Entrance hall and stairs
31.Pond Square with Moreton House and No. 15, South Grove, and the PondFrom an old photograph.
32.Moreton House, No. 14, South Grove.
General view
Photograph by the London County Council.
33.Moreton House, No. 14, South Grove.
Elevation and plan
Measured drawing by H. B. Evans.
34.Moreton House, No. 14, South Grove.
Staircase
Photograph by Edward Yates.
35.Moreton House, No. 14, South Grove.
Staircase
Measured drawing by Cynthia Wood.
36.(a) Arundel HouseFrom a print once in the Gardner Coll.n
(b) 16, South GroveFrom an old lithograph.
37.No. 17, South Grove, Old Hall. General view (see also Plate 92)Photograph by the London County Council.
38.No. 17, South Grove, Old Hall. Elevation and planMeasured drawing by L. C. T. Moore.
39.A Delineation of the Ladyes Hospitall at HighgateFrom an engraving by William Blake in the Potter Collection at the British Museum.
40.The Ladies Charity School or HospitallFrom an old print in the collection of Mr. Arthur Boney of Highgate.
41.A prospect of the seat of Sir William Ashhurst at Highgate in the County of MiddlesexFrom the engraving by W. Harris.
42.Ashurst House:
(a) c. 1820From the pencil drawing by George Arnold in the Bishopsgate Institute.
(b) c. 1830From a sketch formerly in the Gardner Collection.
43.Monument to John Schoppens in St. Michael's ChurchPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
44.Voel, and South Grove House, Nos. 18 and 19, South GroveMeasured drawing by H. B. Evans.
45.Voel, No. 18, South Grove. General viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
46.Voel, No. 18, South Grove. StaircasePhotograph by Edward Yates.
47.Voel, No. 18, South Grove. StaircaseMeasured drawing by B. H. Peake.
48.South Grove House, No. 19, South Grove (now demolished)Photograph by the London County Council.
49.(a) The Fox and Crown (now demolished)From a water-colour drawing in the London County Council's collection of prints and water-colours.
(b) The sameFrom an old photograph in the Potter Collection at the British Museum.
50.(a) ParkfieldFrom an old photograph.
(b) Grove Bank'From an old photograph in the Potter Collection in the British Museum.
51.(a) The Ladies' School at Highgate, elevationFrom The Gentleman's Magazine, July, 1800.
(b) Plan of Dorchester HouseFrom the Thorpe Collection in the Soane Museum.
52.The Grove, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
53.Nos. 1 and 2, The Grove, general viewPhotograph by Country Life.
54.Nos. 1–6, The Grove, elevations and plansMeasured Drawing by L. A. Pattison.
55.Nos. 1 and 2, The Grove, entrance gate (see also Plate 92)Photograph by Country Life.
56.Nos. 3 and 4, The Grove, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
57.No. 4, The Grove, plansMeasured drawings by I. D. F. Picken and W. G. Maddison.
58.No. 4, The Grove, elevationsMeasured drawings by I. D. F. Picken and W. G. Maddison.
59.No. 4, The Grove, end elevation and sectionMeasured drawings by I. D. F. Picken and W. G. Maddison.
60.No. 4, The Grove: (a) north elevation; (b) the HallPhotographs by Edward Yates.
61.No. 4, The Grove, staircaseMeasured drawing by W. G. Maddison and I. D. F. Picken.
62.Nos. 5–6, The Grove, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
63.No. 5, The Grove, general view from garden before reconstructionPhotograph lent by C. H. James, F.R.I.B.A.
64.No. 5, The Grove, the original staircase before reconstructionPhotograph lent by C. H. James, F.R.I.B.A.
65.The same from the first-floor landingPhotograph lent by C. H. James, F.R.I.B.A.
66.No. 5, The Grove, early wallpaper, example "A"Photograph by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
67.The same, example "B"Photograph by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
68.The same, example "C"Photograph by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
69.The same, example "D"Photograph by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
70.No. 6, The Grove, staircaseMeasured drawing by B. H. Peake.
71.No. 52, South Grove, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
72.No. 52, South Grove, plan and elevationMeasured drawing by H. B. Evans.
73.No. 52, South Grove, garden porchPhotograph by T. Pring.
74.No. 52, South Grove, garden porchMeasured drawing by J. H. Wade.
75.No. 52, South Grove, staircasePhotograph by H. W. Fincham.
76–7.No. 52, South Grove, staircase and chimney piece on ground floor with detailsMeasured drawings by A. E. Gurney.
78.Nos. 53 and 54, South Grove, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
79.Nos. 53 and 54, South Grove:
(a) back elevationFrom an old photograph in the Potter Collection in the British Museum.
(b)The same, lead rainwater headPhotograph by H. W. Fincham.
80.Nos. 53 and 54, South Grove, plansMeasured drawing by L. C. T. Moore.
81.No. 53, South Grove, panelling to entrance hallMeasured drawing by F. L. Sturrock.
82.No. 53, South Grove, entrance porchMeasured drawing by F. L. Sturrock.
83.No. 54, South Grove, staircasePhotograph by H. W. Fincham.
84.No. 54, South Grove, staircaseMeasured drawing by J. H. Wade.
85.The Gate House:
(a) general viewPhotograph.
(b) The sameFrom a water-colour drawing in the London County Council's collection of prints and water-colours.
86.The Gate House, old stairwayPhotograph.
87.(a) the Old ForgeFrom an old photograph in the Potter Collection in the British Museum.
(b) Pond Square in 1845From a sketch by the late George Potter.
88.(a) Nos. 1–6, Pond Square, 1909;Photographs by T. Pring.
(b) Nos. 4 and 5, Pond Square, 1909
89.Nos. 1–6, Pond Square, 1932Measured drawings by H. B. Evans.
90.Rock House, No. 6, Pond Square, general viewPhotograph by the London County Council.
91.The Flask Tavern, general viewPhotograph by Edward Yates.
92.Examples of Ironwork: (a) Nos. 1 and 2, The Grove; (b) No. 10, South Grove; (c) Old HallMeasured drawings by P. W. Lovell and D. F. C. Eyre.
93.Fitzroy House, the seat of Lord SouthamptonFrom an old print.
94.Ken Wood, view from the north in 1792From the print published by Robert Sayer & Co.
95.Ken Wood, south front and terraceFrom an old print published in the Works of Robert and James Adam.
96.Ken Wood, estate plan, 1793, by PritchardFrom the original in the Crace Collection in the British Museum.
97.Ken Wood, estate plan, 1797From the original in the Crace Collection in the British Museum.
98.Ken Wood, plan of the housePrepared by A. E. Gurney from the drawing by Arthur T. Bolton.
99.Ken Wood, the entrance frontPhotograph by the London County Council.
100.Ken Wood, the south frontPhotograph by the London County Council.
101.Ken Wood, the kitchen wingPhotograph by the London County Council.
102.Ken Wood, cross sectionMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
103.Ken Wood, the HallPhotograph by the London County Council.
104.Ken Wood, longitudinal section through the libraryFrom the drawing published by Robert Adam in the Works.
105.Ken Wood, details of the libraryFrom the drawing published by Robert Adam in the Works.
106.Ken Wood, the library looking eastPhotograph by Country Life.
107.Ken Wood:
(a) fireplace in the library;Photographs by the London County Council.
(b) north wall of the library
108.Ken Wood, plan of the ceilingFrom the drawing by Robert Adam in the Works.
109.Ken Wood, the library ceiling, centre panelFrom a photograph lent by the Iveagh Trustees.
110.Ken Wood, the library ceiling:
(a) the northwest panel;From photographs lent by the Iveagh Trustees.
(b) the south-west panel
111.Ken Wood:
(a) the north-east panel;From photographs lent by the Iveagh Trustees.
(b) the south-east panel
112.Ken Wood:
(a) The Adam staircase;Photographs by the London County Council.
(b) window in the library
113.Ken Wood, doors in ante-room (vestibule)Measured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
114.Ken Wood:
(a) The vestibule;Photographs by the London County Council.
(b) fireplace on first floor (Lord Mansfield's bedroom)
115.Ken Wood, The "Marble" HallPhotograph by the London County Council.
116.Ken Wood:
(a) fireplace, north room, first floor;Photographs by the London County Council.
(b) an attic fireplace
117.Ken Wood:
(a) the stables;Photographs by the London County Council.
(b) the dairy farm
118.Ken Wood, plan and elevation of dairyMeasured drawings by the London County Council.
119.Ken Wood, plans and elevations of old farm buildingsMeasured drawings by the London County Council.