List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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J. R. Howard Roberts and Walter H. Godfrey (editors)

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1949

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15-17

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 21: The parish of St Pancras part 3: Tottenham Court Road & neighbourhood (1949), pp. XV-XVII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65150 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.Gresse Street, drawing by Dennis Flanders, by permission of the Daily Telegraph2
2.30, Percy Street, plan and elevation, measured and drawn by London Society8
3.29, Percy Street, detail of wrought iron balustrade to stair. London County Council.9
4.Charlotte Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London13
5.Charlotte Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London14
6.Charlotte Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London16
7.Charlotte Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London17
8.Scientific & Literary Institution, Whitefield Street, from Illustrated London News32
9.Nos. 7 to 23, Whitfield Street. Drawing by F. A. Evans33
10.Goodge Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London34
11.Goodge Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London34
12.Goodge Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London35
13.Goodge Street, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London35
14.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
15.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
16.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
17.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
18.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
19.Tottenham Court Road, west side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London66
20.Whitfield's Chapel, plan from Middlesex Land Register69
21.Farmhouse at rear of 196 Tottenham Court Road. Plans by Cecil Brewer by permission of Sir Ambrose Heal75
22.Tottenham Court Road, east side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London76
23.Tottenham Court Road, east side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London76
24.Tottenham Court Road, east side, reproduced from Tallis's Views of London76
25.Gower Street, No. 98. Detail of chimneypieceMeasured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record)78
26.Gower Street, No. 98. Detail of entrance hall79
27.Tavistock House. Drawing by F. A. Evans from a photograph99
28.University Memorial Hall, elevation of street front, by A. E. Richardson, R.A.101
29.Woburn Lodge, plan by permission from the Architect & Building News105
30.Euston Station, plan lent by Chief Engineer, Euston112
31.Euston Square, plan of house by Ashley Barker and Ian Grant115
32.Augustus Street, elevation144
33.Christchurch, Albany Street, plan lent by the Rev. W.V.C. Rose150

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

Sir William Clayton (p. 46)Argent a cross sable, in each quarter a roundel sable, a baronet's badge at fess point.
Sir John Croft (p. 46)Quarterly per fess indented azure and argent, in the first quarter a leopard passant or, in centre chief a baronet's badge.
Charles, Viscount Dillon (p. 59)Argent a lion passant between three crescents gules.
Sir John Floyd (p. 124)Sable a lion regardant argent, on a chief embattled or a sword erect proper pommel and hilt gold, the blade passing through an eastern crown gules between two tiger's faces proper, a baronet's badge in the dexter chief.
Sir Charles Forbes (p. 59)Quarterly 1 and 4, azure three bear's heads couped argent muzzled gules, 2 and 3, azure three fraises argent, a baronet's badge over all.
Sir Booth Gore (p. 46)Gules a fess between three cross crosslets fitchy or.
Sir Andrew Snape Hamond (p. 60)Argent on a cheveron between two pellets sable each charged with a martlet argent in chief and in base an oak wreath proper three escallops or, a baronet's badge in centre chief.
Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter (p. 116)Or a lion gules between eight crosses paty fitchy sable, a baronet's badge in the dexter chief.
Sir William Jenner (p. 147)Per chevron azure and or, in chief two estoiles or and in base a serpent nowed proper all within a border engrailed ermine, a baronet's badge in dexter chief.
Sir Manasseh Lopes (p. 58)Azure on a cheveron between three eagles rising or as many bars gemels gules, on a chief or five lozenges azure, and a baronet's badge.
James Parke, Baron Wensley Dale (p. 82)Gules on a pale engrailed plain cottised argent three stag's heads caboshed gules attired or.
Sir Charles Price (p. 11)Gules a lion argent langued and armed azure, on a canton a baronet's badge.
John Romilly, First Baron (p. 95)Argent in base a rock with nine points issuant from each of which a lily proper, on a chief azure a crescent between two molets argent.
Squibb (p. 132)Or three bulls passant sable armed gules.
William Talbot, Bishop Of Durham (p. 3)The See of Durham impaling gules a lion within a border engrailed or.
Edward Lord Thurlow (p. 60)Argent on a cheveron cottised sable three portcullises argent impaling sable a hawk belled argent, on a canton or a lozenge azure charged with a rose argent for Bolton.
Sir Frederick Treves (p. 94)Argent on a cross couped gules a tower tripletowered or between in the first and fourth quarters a dexter hand couped erect proper and in the second and third a tent purpure the pole and garnished gules, a baronet's badge in dexter chief.
Earl Of Winterton (p. 130)Nine pieces ermines and argent, with four mill rinds sable on the argent.


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