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1930

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'Index', Survey of London: volume 13: St Margaret, Westminster, part II: Whitehall I (1930), pp. 263-279. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67800 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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A.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.JK.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.T.U.V.W.Y.

A.

Adam and Eve Chamber 100

Adam and Eve Stairs 99, 100, 221

Admiralty 112, 113

"Agas" map 116

Agnew, William Lockett 194

Ailesbury, Thomas, Earl of 36, 93 n.

Ailsa, Archibald, Marquess of (Earl of Cassilis) 211, 213

Air Ministry 223

Alard, Archdeacon of London 3 n.

Albemarle, Arnold Joast Van Keppel, 1st Earl of 180, 181, 186

Albemarle, George, Duke of 34, 42, 80

Alençon, Duc d' 24, 116

Allen, Elias 92

Allingham, William 95

Almoner, Lord 46, 126

Alvarde, Thomas 10

Ambassador, Barbary 25

Ambassador, Fez and Morocco 77 n.

Ambassador, French 11, 24, 116

Ambassador, Imperial 22

Ambassador, Muscovite 25, 136

Ambassador, Persian 69 n.

Ambassador, Portuguese 32

Ambassador, Spanish 46 n., 54, 61, 63 n., 66n., 122

Ambassador, States of the United Provinces 34 n.– 35 n., 61 n., 70 n.

Ambassador, Venetian 26, 62 n., 68, 70 n., 118, 119, 135, 137 n.

Amelia and Caroline, Princesses 183 n.

Ancaster, 3rd Duke of 225

Annandale, Marchioness of 242

Anne, Princess, see Anne, Queen.

Anne, Queen 52, 53, 56, 57 n., 80, 86, 105, 107

Anne Boleyn 21, 22

Anne of Denmark, Queen of James I 69 n., 70 n., 135

Ante-rooms 38, 77, 78 n.

Archery, practice of 57

Arden, Charles George Perceval, Lord 155

Arlington, Countess of 72

Arlington, Earl of 35, 72, 100, 101

Armyn, Sir William 233

Arthur, Prince 3 n.

Arundel, Earl of 62

Ashburnham, John, 2nd Earl of 183

Asherton, Charles 85 n.

Audeley (Awdeley), Thomas 257, 259

Audience Chamber 68

Aviary, see Volary.

Axe, The 12, 258

Ayscough, Sir Edward 164 n.

B.

Backstairs, King's 77, 78, 79 n.

— Queen's 68, 69

Bankes, Henry 207

Banks, John 228

Banqueting House (1607–19) 27, 37, 118–121

Banqueting House erected for wedding of Princess Elizabeth 27, 61, 66

Banqueting House, "new" 244

Banqueting House (present) 39, 41, 116–139, Pl. 4 (a and b), 16–37 45 (b)
-, ceiling 62, 63 n., 127–129, 132–133, Pl. 38–43
-, Inigo Jones' designs for Pl. 13–15
-, organ from 129–130, 133–134, Pl. 44 and 45 (a)

Banqueting Houses before 1607 24, 25, 116–118

Barclay (Barclet), Lord 37, 81

Barkeley, Lord 10

Barley, John 228

Bars, The, at Westminster 6, 8, 12, 15, 16, 18, 228, 258

Bath and Wells, John de Drokensford, Bishop of 6 n.

Bath, Earl of 80, 81

Bath, Thomas, 2nd Marquess of 253

Bathing Rooms, King's 36, 100, 101 n.

— Queen's 70

"Battersay" 11 n.

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of 208, 209, 210

Bear-baiting 136

Beardwell, John 158

Bearstake in the tiltyard 136

Beauclerk, Lord Vere 46

Beaulie, gardener of 10

Bedchamber, King's 22 n., 31, 36, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80 n., 83, 96 n., 97, 98 n., 101

— Queen's 69, 70, 75, 76 n., 104

Bedloe [William] 35, 36

"Beefe-eaters" 30, 65

Belasyse, Thomas, Earl Fauconberg 33

Bello Monte, Henry de 21 n.

Benet, John 228 n., 229 n.

Bennet, Captain 208

Bennet, Elizabeth Amelia (née Burrell) 205, 206

Bennet, Richard Henry Alexander 204, 205, 202

Bentinck, Mrs. Cavendish Miller 254

Bentinck, Capt. John 186

Bentinck, John Albert 184

Bentinck, William, Count of the Holy Roman Empire 184

Bentinck, William, 1st Earl of Portland 185

Bentinck, William, Vice-Admiral of the Blue 184

Bentinck, Wm. Geo. Fredk. 252

Berkeley, Sir Charles 243, 244

Berkeley, John, 3rd Baron 181 n.

Bertie, Montague, 2nd Earl of Lindsey 173 n.

Bethell, Richard (afterwards Baron Westbury) 252 n.

Bethell, Richard, M.P. 252

Bettesworth, Lady Hannah Althea 254

Binion, Richard 157, 158

Bircs, Samuel 237

Birds, kept at Court 70

Bishops, interview with James II 78

Black Friars 5

Blackmore, Thomas and Abraham 234

Blantyre, Lord 244

Blūcher 206

Blund, John le 6

"Boarded gallery" 63 n.

Boarded Masque House 29, 62–63, 64

Bohemia, Queen of, see Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I.

Bowling Alley 12

Bowling Green 42, 84, 95, 112, 228–231, 234
-, fountain in 230, 231
-, houses in 236–248

Boyle, Lady Lucy 150 n.

Bracchiano, Duke of 25

Braun and Hogenberg map 116

Breakfast Chamber 83

Bredyman, George 231

Brewer's Yard 239

Bridges, John 235

Bright, Andrew 236

Bright [John] 253

Brightman (Bryhtman), Thomas 12 n., 14, 19 n.

Broadwood, Henry 158

Brodrick, Thos. 245 n., 246 n.

Brodshawe, Laurence 57 n.

Brouncker, Henry (afterwards Viscount) 234

Brouncker, William, 2nd Viscount 234 n.

Bryan, master 10

Buccleuch, Elizabeth, Duchess of 215, 216, 217, 218

Buccleuch, Henry, 3rd Duke of 216, 218, 224

Buccleuch, John Charles, 7th Duke of 219

Buccleuch, Walter Francis, 5th Duke of 218, 219

Buccleuch, William Henry Walter, 6th Duke of 219

Buckhurst, Lord 94 n.

Buckingham, [2nd] Duke of 42, 101

Buckingham, Marquess, afterwards 1st Duke of 27, 74

Buckingham House 74

Buckinghamshire, John, 1st Earl of 175, 176

Bunbury, Henry William 191 n.

Bunbury, Lady Sarah (née Lennox, afterwards Napier) 158 n., 191 n.

Bunbury, Sir (Thomas) Charles 191

Bungay, Reyner de 5 n.

Burgh, Hubert de, Earl of Kent 3, 4, 5

Burlington, Earl of 247 n.

Burn, Robert 218 n.

Burn, William 218

Burnham, Somerset, Church of, altar-piece in 108, 109, Pl. 10

Burns, Walter Spencer Morgan and Mrs. 249, 252

Burrell, Sir Charles Merrik, Bt. 252, 255

Burrell, Elizabeth, afterwards Marchioness of Exeter 183, 191, 204, 208, 209

Burrell, Elizabeth (née Lewis) 225

Burrell, Francis Julia, afterwards Duchess of Northumberland 206, 208, 209

Burrell, Sir Merrill 226

Burrell, Peter 177, 206, 209, 222, 223, 225, 255

Burrell, Sir Peter, Baron Gwydyr 177, 223, 224, 225, 226

Burrell, Priscilla Barbara Elizabeth, Baroness Willoughby de Eresby 225, 226

Burrell, Sir Walter Wyndham 252, 255

Burrell, Sir William 255

Busino, Orazio 119

Butler, [Joseph], Bishop of Durham 183

Buttery 7, 47

Butts, archery 57 n.

Byng, Admiral 149, 150

Byng, Colonel (Edward ?) 149

Byng, Sir George (Viscount Torrington) 145, 146, 149

Byng, Pattee, 2nd Viscount Torrington 149

Byron, Hon. John 254

Byron, Lord 254

C.

Cabinet, Offices of the 198, 204, 208

Cabinet Room 28, 29, 98, 99

Cadogan, Charles 2nd Baron 150

Cadogan, Hon. Charles Sloane, 1st Earl Cadogan 146, 149, 150

Cadogan House 141, 145–151, 173, Pl. 52 (b), 53 (a)

Caermarthen, Marquess of 107 n.

Calvert, Charles 46 n.

Cambridge, James, Duke of 97

Camera, Walter de, Emma, wife of 12 n.

Campbell, Colin 167, 171

Campion, Giles 110

Canaletto, Antonio 96, 140, 141, Pl. 7, 113

Canning, [George] 177

Cannon (Canon or Channell) Row 26 n., 95, 96, 230, 239
-, passage leading to from Privy Garden 239 n., 240

Canterbury, William Howley, Archbishop of 252, 255

Capell, Anne 53

Cardigan, George, 4th Earl, later Duke of Montagu 191, 216, 217, 218

Cardigan, Mary, Countess of 216

Cards 11, 70 n., 85 n.

Cardwell, Edward (Viscount Cardwell) 206

Carlisle, Earl of, Lord James Hay 54

Carr, Robert 159

Carr (Carre), Sir Robert (Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster). 46

Carr, Robert, Viscount Rochester and Earl of Somerset 27, 55

Carteret, Sir Edward 35

Carwell, Mistress, see Keroualle, Louise de, Duchess of Portsmouth

Cassilis, Archibald, Earl of (Marquess of Ailsa) 204, 211, 213

Castlemaine, Barbara Villiers, Countess of (Mrs. Palmer, later Duchess of Cleveland) 34, 35, 42, 52 n., 54, 70, 102, 233, 234

Castlemaine, Sir Roger Palmer, Earl of 233

Catherine of Braganza, Queen 35, 70, 73, 137

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Portland 188, 189

Cazalet, Edward 201, 202

Cazalet, Elizabeth (née Marshall) 201, 202

Cazalet, William Marshal 201, 202

Chaderton, Edmund 13, 16

Chair House 22 n.

Chamberlain, Great, Office of 226

Chamberlain, Lord 38, 56, 57 n., 76 n., 98, 100, 102, 103, 120, 126

Chambers, Sir William 169

Chancery Lane 236

Chapel Chamber 70 n.

Chapel Court, see Pebble Court.

Chapel, Gentlemen of the 50

Chapel, Queen's 28, 71, 104

Chapel Royal 25 n., 53–57, 66, 69 n., 71, 130, 160 n.
-, attempt of Sindercombe to fire 33, 55
-, Banqueting House used as 122–126, 128 n., 129, 130, 131, 137, 138
-, ruins of 152 n.

Chapel Royal Commissioners 125

Chaplin, Henry (Viscount Chaplin) 201, 202

Chaplin, Rev. Henry 202

Chapman, [George] 50

Charing Cross 5 n., 8, 11, 12, 18 n., 19 n., 20, 21 n., 22, 27, 31, 34, 44 n., 230 n., 258
-, statue of Charles I at 94

Charles I 29, 91, 98 n., 113, 127, 132 n., 133
-, art collection of 28, 29, 82, 84, 85, 99, 233 n.
-, created Prince of Wales 27, 50
-, execution of 31, 32
-, statue of at Charing Cross 94

Charles II 29, 34, 36, 41, 74–75, 92 n., 97, 99, 101, 114, 129, 137, 233
-, death of 36

"Charls" 66 n.

Chawner, T. 249 n., Pl. 114 (b)

"Chelsehith" 259

Chelsea Hospital 103 n.

Chemistry, interest of Charles II in 101

Cheyne, Lord, Viscount of Newhaven 242

Chichester, Ralph de Nevill, Bishop of 4 n.

Chiffinch, Thomas and William 70 n., 79, 180

"Children of his Majesties Chappell" 240 n.

Christian IV, King of Denmark 26

Cipriani 128

City of London Brewery 46

Civil List, Auditor of the 151

Clanbrassill, James, Earl of (Viscount Limerick) 182

Clancarty, Richard, 2nd Earl of 184

Claneboye, James, Baron, Viscount Limerick 182

Clare, Elizabeth Julia Georgiana, Countess of 226

Clare, John, 2nd Earl of 225, 226

Clarke, John 52

Cleveland, Charles, Duke of 233

Cleveland, Duchess of, see Castlemaine, Countess of.

Clifton, Thos. Henry and Mrs. 252

Clinton, Lady Elizabeth (née Killigrew) 72 n.

Clinton, Sir Francis 72

Clive, Lady Charlotte Florentia, Duchess of Northumberland 208, 209

Clocks in Whitehall 92 n., 101

Cloister Court, see Great Court.

Closet Keeper, see Chiffinch.

Closet Passage 68 n.

Closet, Clerk of the 56

Closet, Private, see Oratory.
-, — Queen's 22, 36 n., 69 n., 70, 80 n., 104
-, — to Bedchamber 78 n., 80 n.
-, — to Chapel 54, 66

Clowson, The 14, 15, 228, 229

Cockerell, C. R. 218 n.

Cockpit 12, 27, 30, 32, 33, 42, 43, 52, 86, 100, 117

Cofferer 126, 140

Colona, Don Carlos de 69 n.

Colonial Office 249

Colte, John 25 n.

"Comptroller, Mr." 28 n.

Comptrollers of Army Accounts, Office of 143, 150, 245, 246, 247

Comptrollers of the Clothing of H.M. Land Forces, Office of 214

Coningsby, Earl 165 n.

Conolly, Lady Louisa Augusta 158

Conolly, Rt. Hon. Thomas 158

Constable, Charles 206

Conway, Lord 28 n.

Copley, Sir Joseph 158

Copyhold, Enclosure and Tithe Commission Office 178

Cork and Orrery, John, 5th Earl of 150 n.

Cornwall, Charles Wolfran 158

Cornwall, Elizabeth (née Jenkinson) 158

Cornwallis, 1st Earl 176

Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marquess 175, 176, 177

"Cosimo" view of Whitehall 45, 126, Pl. 4(b)

Cotton, Robert 232 n.

Cotton, Sir Robert 31

Council Chamber 27, 61, 62 n., 65, 88, 98, 99 n., 112
-, Queen's Presence used as 69, 70
-, rebuilt 36, 103, 104 137 n.
-, stairs to 101

Council Office 98

Court Gate, see Whitehall Gate.

Court Yard, see Great Court.

Cousin, Rene 104, 106

Coventry, Secretary 81

Cowhouse, The 141, 145, 162

Cowley, Mrs. 197

Craig's Court 12

Crane, Richard 13 n.

Cranmore, Madam 81

Crew, Mr. 137

Critz, Emanuel de 99 n.

Critz (Creetes or Cretz), John de 29, 37, 96 n., 100

Critz, Thomas de 92, 100 n.

Crofts, Lord 42

Cromwell, Elizabeth 33, 34

Cromwell, Frances 33

Cromwell, Mary 33

Cromwell, Sir Henry 233 n.

Cromwell, Oliver 32, 33, 55, 136, 233 n., 237

Cromwell, Richard 136

Cromwell House 145–151, 163, Pl. 52 (a), 53 (b), 54–59 (a)

Crosby Hall 47

Crowley, Theodosia 242

Currer, Agnes 15 n.

Currer (Currall), Robert 15, 16

Currie, Bertram Wodehouse and Laurence 251

Curtis, Henry 251, 253

D.

Dada, Father, papal nuntio 106 n.

Dalton, Mr. 145

Danby, Earl of 42

Danish church in Wellclose Square 109, 110

Darcy, Colonel 152

Darcy, Conyers, 2nd Earl of Holderness 190 n

Darcy, Sir Conyers 157 n., 190

Darcy, Mrs. 145, 152, 160, 162

Darcy, Robert, 3rd Earl of Holderness 152, 157 n.

D'arsy, Duke 37

Davenant, William 63

Dawkins, Richard 184

Decritz, Emanuel; John; Thomas; see Critz, de.

Delaval, Francis Blake 157 n.

Denbigh, Countess of 153 n.

Denham, Sir John 38, 52, 126 n.

Denmark, King of 97

Denny, Sir Edward 54

Derby, Edward Geoffrey, 14th Earl of 158 n.

Derby (Darbye), Lord 26 n.

Dering, Dean 46

Devereux, Robert, 3rd Earl of Essex 54

Devonshire, Earl of (later 1st Duke of) 38, 81, 86, 106, 107

Dialogus de Scaccario 3

Dickinson, Dr. Edmund 101

Dingwall, Lord 27

Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield 208, 209–210

Don Quixote, story of 77 n.

Dook, Doctor 19 n.

Dorset, Earl of 81, 101, 102

Dover House 99 n.

Dover House, stables of 222

Downing Street 12, 177, 209, 210

Doyle, Colonel 254

Dressing Chamber, King's 76 n.

Drokensford (Drokenesford), John de 6, 13 n.

Duke's Lodgings, see Prince's Lodgings.

Dunmore, Lord 81

Duppa, Sir Tho. 126

Durham [Joseph] Butler, Bishop of 183

Durham, Richard Trevor, Bishop of 183

Durham Place 8

Dykson, William 13 n.

Dysart, Lionel, 4th Earl of 160

E.

Earl Marshal's Office 161

Eating Room, King's 76 n., 77, 78 n.
-, — Queen's 69, 104

Eden, Hon. Fred. 158

Edward I 5

Edward IV 6

Edward VI 20, 22, 67, 88

Edward VII 125, 222

Effingham, Lady Dowager 190 n.

Egmont, Earl of 155

Elizabeth, Princess, wedding of 27, 54, 55, 61, 62, 65, 135

Elizabeth, Queen 23, 24, 25, 116, 118

Ellice, Alexander 254

Ellice, Edward 251, 254

Ellice, Lady Hannah (née Bettesworth) 251, 254

Elliot (Elliott), — 124 n., 130

Ellis, Welbore, later Baron Mendip 183

"Ellis, Mr. Sollicitor General" 136

Ellison, Cuthbert 194

Eltham Palace 47

Ely (FitzNigel or FitzNeale), Richard of 3

Ely, William of 3, 4, 13 n.

Ely, House 135

Emden, "Countie" of 25

Emmett, Maurice (Morris) 77, 103

Endif 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19 variations in spelling of name 12 n., 13 n.

Entertainments, festivities, etc., at Whitehall Palace.
-, banquets 26, 27, 82
-, bear-baiting 136
-, dancing, balls, etc. 24, 25, 26, 33, 67 n.
-, "dancing asse and goate" 136
-, dancing on the ropes 51 n., 136 n.
-, fireworks 27, 58 n., 69
-, jousts and tournaments 22, 24, 25, 73
-, river pageants 22, 24, 27, 35, 58 n., Frontispiece
-, running at ring 25, 27 n.
-, wrestling 60 n.
-, see also Pastoral; Plays; Masques.

Eresby, Baroness Willoughby de 225, 226

Erskine, Frances 242

Erskine, James, Lord Grange 242

Escorial 114

Esher (Asshere) 8, 11, 19

Essex House 27

Essex, Algernon, 2nd Earl of 39, 43 n., 187, 189, 190

Essex, Frances, Countess of 54, 55

Essex, [Mary], Countess of 190, 216

Essex, Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of 54

Essex, [William], 3rd Earl of 190

Eton, College of 11, 12

Evans, John 112 n.

Evelyn, John 33, 34, 76, 84 n., 86, 99, 103 n., 106 n., 136, 137

Exeter, Henry Cecil, 10th Earl and 1st Marquess of 175, 177, 209

Exeter, Elizabeth, Marchioness of (née Burrell) 183, 191, 204, 208, 209

Eybridge 258, 259

"Eycrosse" 258, 259

Eye Hill 11

F.

Faithfull, Geo. 206

Faithfull, Son and Coode 206

Falmouth, Anne Frances, Countess of (née Bankes) 206, 207

Fane Room, see Vane Room.

Fanshawe, Lady 236, 237

Fanshawe, Lord 236

Faringestone, Margery of 13 n.

Farquhar, Sir Robert Townshend 251, 253

Farquhar, Sir Walter 253

Fauconberg, Lady (née Mary Cromwell) 33

Fauconberg, Thomas, Earl of 33

Fauconbridge, Eustace de 3 n.

Ferguson, Mr. 218 n.

Finch, Elizabeth 245 n.

Fire of London 38

Fires, at Whitehall Palace 37–40, 120

Fire of 1691 38, 82, 86, 87, 106, 185

Fire of 1698 38–40, 45, 53, 57, 66, 82 n., 94, 105, 107, 122, 140, 145, 180, 189

Fireworks 27, 29, 58 n., 69

First Court, see Pebble Court.

Fisher, John 41, 43

FitzNigel (FitzNeale), Richard, Bishop of London 3

Fitzwalter, Benjamin, Baron (afterwards Earl) 152 n.

Fleetwood, — 94 n.

Flinte, Richard 26 n.

Folkes, William 216 n., 217, 218

Foote, Maria (afterwards Countess of Harrington) 178, 253, 251

Forde, William 228

Forrester, Sir Wm. 57 n.

Foster, Miss 197

Foster, Rt. Hon. Sir A. J. 158, 159

Foster, Sir Frederick 159

Fountain Garden, see Bowling Green.

Fountain in the Orchard 230, 231
-, — in the Privy Gallery 100
-, — in the Privy Garden 90

Fox, Charlotte Mary Ann 226

Fox, Sackville Lane 225, 226

Frasier (Frazier or Frayser), Sir Alexander 39, 46, 72

Frederick, Count Palatine 27, 54, 60, 61, 135

French Eagle, etc., placed in the Banqueting House 138

Freschenille (Freschoills), Lady 107 n.

Fuller, Francis 206

Fuller and Marr 206

G.

Gage, Henry, 4th Viscount 155, 156

Gage, Henry Charles, 5th Viscount 156

Gage, Hon. Henry Edward Hall 156

Gainsborough, 2nd Earl of 187 n.

Gallery, low, by the orchard 20
-, —, low, in the garden 20
-, —, nether 20
-, —, next the Thames 20
-, —, under the banquet chamber 116
-, see also Boarded Gallery; Long Gallery; Matted Gallery; New Gallery; Privy Gallery; Shield Gallery; Stone Gallery; Turks Gallery.

Gardiner [Stephen], Bishop of Winchester 8, 23

Garnado, Sir James 89

Garter, Order of the, chapters held at Whitehall 54, 97

Gennari, Benedicto 106

Gentlemen Ushers 68 n.

George, Prince of Denmark 80, 86 n., 110

Gerard, Lord 77

Gerin 12 n.

German sufferers in the Napoleonic Wars, 124, 138

Gibbons, Grinling 63 n., 104, 106, 107, 109, 110, 137

Gilor (Gisors), John de 5 n.

Glasbrooke, George 230 n.

Glass House 22 n.

Glenlyon, Emily, Lady 206

Glenlyon, James, 1st Lord 206

Gloucester, Duke of, brother of Charles II 35

Gloucester, Duke of, son of Princess (afterwards Queen) Anne 38, 86

Glover, Henry 52

Goderich, Frederick John Robinson, Viscount 176, 177

Godfrey, Mr. 185

Godfrey, Sir Edmund Berry 46

Godolphin (Godolphyn), Sydney, Lord 87n., 105 n.

Gondemar, Count de, Spanish ambassador 61

Goodwin, Nicholas 103

Gorcon, — 208

Gould, Nathaniel 96, 242

Gower, Lord 251

Grafton, Duke of 72

Grafton, Isabella, Duchess of 59n., 72, 126 n.

Graham, Mr. 81, 185

Grammont, Count de 34, 58 n., 79

Granby, Lord 176

Grandison, George, 4th Viscount 234, 235 n.

Grandison, William Villiers, 2nd Viscount 233

Grange, James Erskine, Lord 242

Grant, Sir Alexander Cray 184, 193, 194, 196

Grantham, 2nd Baron 161, 177

Grantham, Lady 161

Grantham, Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron 160, 165

Grantham House 160–161

Grave, Thomas 117

Gray, Lord 62

Gray, Walter de, Archbishop of York 5

Great Cellar, see Wine Cellar.

Great Chamber 25, 64–67

Great Chamberlain of England, Office of 226

Great Court 30, 31 n., 45, 46–47, 63, 88, 89, 140, 142

Great Garden, see Privy Garden.

Great Hall 8, 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 47–53, 54, 67 n., 69 n., 88, 120 n., 160 n.

Great Kitchen, see Kitchen.

Greatorex, Ralph 43

Great Seal 6, 8

Great Waiting Room 97 n.

Green Chamber 31

Green Cloth Office 46

Green Cloth Yard 72

Greencloth, Board of 145

Greenwich 10, 17 n., 22, 23, 24 n., 104, 105

Grey, 2nd Earl 254

Grey, Lady Jemima 161 n.

Grey, Earl de 165

Grey, Honourable Mr. 129

Guard Chamber, King's 24, 30, 61, 62 n., 63, 64–67
-, stairs by 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 146
-, —, Queen's 67 n., 70

Guldeford, Sir Edward 10

Gun Platform 31, 110–111, 221

Gunter, Edmund 91, 92

Gwydyr House 64, 223–227, Pl. 105–112

Gwydyr, Sir Peter Burrell, 1st Baron 177, 223, 224, 225, 226

Gwydyr, Sir Peter Robert Burrell, 4th Baron 252, 256

Gwynne, Nell (Eleanor Quinn) 34, 35

H.

Haddington, Sir John Ramsay, Viscount 54

Halifax, Earl 78 n.

Hall, see Great Hall.

Hall (Hill), Reverend Father Francis, otherwise Line 94, 95 n.

Hall, Henry, 4th Viscount Gage 155, 156

Hamilton, Ann 182 n.

Hamilton, Douglas, 8th Duke of 177

Hamilton, Elizabeth, Dowager Duchess of (née Burrell) 177

Hamilton, James, Viscount Limerick 182

Hamilton, 10th Duke of 256

Hammersmith, plot to assasinate Cromwell at 55

Hampden, John 80 n., 233 n.

Hampden, Richard 80

Hampkyn, Richard 12 n., 15 n.

Hampstede, Richard (alias Walker) 13, 14

Hampton Court 23, 24 n., 26, 64, 107, 114, 244

Hanbury, Bridget (née Ayscough), 164, 165

Hanbury, Capel 164, 165

Hanbury, Charles, see Williams, Charles Hanbury.

Hanbury, Jane 162, 164, 165

Hanbury, Major John 145, 152 n., 162, 164

Hanbury, John 165

Hanbury, Lady (Lady Hanbury Williams) 164

"Hances House" 230, 232, 237

Handel Commemoration Festival 138

Hans, Mr., see Hunter, John alias Hans.

Hardinge, Sir Henry, 1st Viscount Hard inge and Lady Emily 206

Hardwicke, Philip, Earl of 161 n.

Harland, Sir Robert and Lady 251

Harleston, Gunnild of 13 n.

Harper, Mr. 233

Harper, Mary 237

Harrington, Charles Stanhope, 4th Earl of 176, 177–178

Harrington House 178 n.
-, see also Pembroke House.

Harrington, Maria, Dowager-Countess of (née Foote) 251, 253

Harris, James 158

Harris, Rene 110

Harrison, Mr. 138 n.

Harrison, Edward 153 n.

Harrison, George 249

Harrys, Henry 52

Hatfield 23

Havering Palace 65

Hawkesbury, Charles, Lord (later Earl of Liverpool) 158 n.

Hawkyns, William 14

Hay, Honor (née Denny) 54

Hay, Lord James, Earl of Carlisle 54

Hayes (Heyse), Henry 15

Heisenbuttle, John 106

Henbury (Henbery), John 12 n., 14, 15 n., 258

Hendrick (Kendrick or Henry), John, see Henry, John.

Henrietta Maria, Queen 28, 73, 137

Henry II 3

Henry III 3 n.

Henry VII, wall painting of, at Whitehall 33 n.

Henry VIII 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 n., 14, 15 n., 17, 19, 22, 44, 49, 57, 76 n., 100, 228, 257, 259, 261, 262

Henry, Prince of Wales 27, 28, 99 n.

Henry, John, Keeper of the Orchard 60, 230, 236, 237

Herbert, Charles, Lord 74

Herbert, Henry, Lord (later 9th Earl of Pembroke) 59, 152, 162, 167, 168, 175, 176

Herbert, Henry, 10th Earl of Pembroke 168, 169, 175, 176

Herbert, Sir Philip, Earl of Montgomery 26, 54, 231, 234

Herbert, Lady Susan 54

Herschel, Sir John 209

Heymans, James 216

Heymans, Sarah 217

Higden, John 11 n.

Hill, Francis, see Hall, Reverend Father Francis.

Hill and Son 130

Hingeston, John 56, 129

Hobart, Sir Henry 176

Hobart, John, 1st Earl of Buckinghamshire 175, 176

Hogg, Sir James Weir 255

Hogg, Quintin 252, 255

Holbein Gate 16, 17, 20, 31, 36, 39, 42, 62 n., 95, 97, 102, 110, 234

Holbein, Hans 29, 84

Holderness, Conyers Darcy, 2nd Earl of 190 n.

Holderness, Frederica, Lady 152

Holderness, Sir John Ramsay, Earl of 54

Holderness, Robert, 3rd Earl of 152, 157 n.

Holderness, Robert, 4th Earl of 153, 190, 191, 226

Holdeye, Rondulf 13 n.

Holland, Henry 222

Holland, Henry Rich, Earl of 232

Holland (Holand), John 13, 16

Hollar's views of Whitehall 58, 71, 126, Pl. 4 (a)

Holroyd, John Baber, Earl of Sheffield 184 n.

Holstein (Houlsten), Duke of 26

Horn Room 98

Horse Guards 22, 45, 242 n.

Horse Guards Avenue 57, 142, 147, 152–156, 159, Pl. 48, 52 (a), 60–63

Horse Guards Parade 138

Horsman, Edward 251, 253

Horton, Anne Beatrix 254

Horton, Sir Robert John Wilmot 252, 254

Howard of Effingham, Charles, Lord 231, 232

Howard, Madam 81

Howley, William 255

Howley, William, Archbishop of Canterbury 252, 255

Hume, Sir Abraham 197

Hume, "Adversity" 177 n.

Humfryes, Pelham 240

Hunte, John 31 n.

Hunter, John alias Hans, King's armourer 231, 232

Hunter, Miss 176

Huntingdon 26 n.

Huskisson, William 177, 251, 252, 253, 254

Hyde, Anne, Duchess of York 35, 54 n., 64

Hyde, Sir Thomas, Bt. 152 n.

Hyde, Laurence (Earl of Rochester) 87

Hyde Park 231 n.

I.

Imperial Defence, Committee of, Offices of 198, 204, 208

Inns of Court, gentlemen of the 50, 135 n.

Inward garden, see Privy Garden.

Ipswich, Wolsey's college at 9, 18

Ireland, Dorothy 221 n.

Irving, John 251

Islyp, John, Abbot of Westminster 257, 259

Italian Singers 69 n., 71, 106 n.

J

Jackson, George 158

James, Doctor 117

James, Sir Walter Charles (Lord Northbourne) 194

James I 25, 26, 27, 28, 49, 61, 65, 101 n., 118, 136
-, picture of Apotheosis of, by Rubens 63 n., 132, 133
-, James II 35, 54, 56, 64, 80–81, 83 n., 84, 97, 109 n., 131, 135, 233
-, building operations of, at Whitehall 36, 41, 102–110, 137
-, interview with the bishops 78
-, interview with the Duke of Monmouth 79
-, statue of 63, 94 n.

Jekyll, Charles Sherwood 130

Jenkins, Edmund 238

Jenkinson, Charles 158 n.

"Jeoffry the Queenes dwarf" 73 n.

Jersey, Earls of 234 n.

Jewel House, old 22 n.
-, —, secret 22 n., 89

Jewel Office 34

John, King 3

Johnson, Sir John Henry 197

Johnson, George 52

Johnson, Philip 52

Johnston (Johnson, Johnstowne), James, Scottish Secretary 241

Johnstone, Lord George 242 n.

Jones, Inigo 63, 98 n., 99 n., 113, 121, 126, 131, 132, 134, 135
-, designs for the Banqueting House Pl. 13–15

Johnson, Ben 135

Jordaens, — 127 n.

Jordan, Abraham 241 n.

Joy, H. H., K.C. 158

Judge Advocate 242 n.

"Juell, Master," Bishop of Salisbury 60 n.

K.

Keeper of the Palace 231

Kellet (Kellett), John 12 n., 15, 16

Kendrick alias Hendrick, alias Henry, John 60, 230, 236, 237

Kennedy, Archibald, Earl of Cassilis and Marquess of Ailsa 204, 211, 213

Kennedy, Capt. Archibald, 213

"Kennyngton Place" 18

Kenrick, Matt. 217 n.

Kensington Palace 36, 37

Kent, Hubert de Burgh, Earl of 3, 4, 5

Kent, [William] 128, 147, 148, 173, 221

Kenyon (Scott), George 66 n.

Keppel, Arnold Joast Van, Earl of Albemarle 180, 181, 186, 214

Keroualle, Louise de, Duchess of Portsmouth 34, 35, 36, 38, 60 n., 84, 85–87, 246

Keu, William le 13 n.

Killigrew, Henry 36

Killigrew, Lady 72 n.

Killigrew, Mr. 126

Killigrew, Sir William 72

Kinahesil, Taylifer de 5 n.

Kinclaven (Kenclevin), John, Baron of (Lord Stewart) 231, 232, 234

King, John 236

King's Apartments 69, 74–79, 92 n., 120 n., 180
-, see also under names of rooms.

King's Back Stairs.
-, see Backstairs, King's.

King's Cabinet Room, see Cabinet Room.

King's Evil, ceremony of touching for 10, 136

King's Guard Chamber, see Guard Chamber, King's.

"King's little Garden," see Volary Garden.

King's Presence Chamber, see Presence Chamber, King's.

King's Privy Chamber, see Privy Chamber.

King Street 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 228, 229, 232, 233, 234, 238, 258
-, Bars in 6, 8, 12, 228
-, gate leading from to the Bowling
-, Green (Orchard) 230, 236, 237 n.

King Street Gate 12, 120, 110, 221, 233 n.
-, demolished 95, 111

King, Walter, Bishop of Rochester 108

Kinnersley, Clement 33, 57 n.

Kip, Johannes, drawings of alluded to 110, 111, 113 n.

Kirke, George, housekeeper of Whitehall 60, 81, 238 n.

Kirke (Kirk), Mary 80, 81, 214, 238

Kirke, Lady Mary (née Howard) 238–239

Kirke, Percy 238 n.

Kirke, Percy (Colonel Kirke) 238, 239, 240 n.

Kirke, Philip, housekeeper of Whitehall 237 n.

Kitchen, Great 7, 30, 47
-, —, Queen's 72 n.

Knightley, Sir Rainald, Bt. 155, 156

Knyff, Leonard, drawing of Whitehall ascribed to 111–113

L.

Labelye, [Charles] 176

Laboratory 36, 76, 87, 100, 101 n.

Labour, Ministry of 211, 214, 219, 249, 252 n.

Lamb Alley 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 228, 229, 258

Lamb, The 18, 228, 229, 231

Lamb, Hon. Geo. 158

Lambe, James 67 n.

Lambe, Patrick 67 n.

Lambe, William 67 n.

Lambert, John (alias Nycolson) 49

Lambeth Palace 255 n.

Lamplighter's Office 223

Langeton, Walter of 13 n.

Latimer, [Hugh] 88, 89

Lauderdale, Earl of, later Duke of 42, 43 n., 87

Laundry (for Wolsey) 19 n.
-, — (for ironing the King's linen) 141

Laurence of St. Albans 4

Lawic, Matthew de 5 n.

Lediard's map of 1740 246

Leeds, 2nd Duke of 152, 153 n.

Leeds, Bridget, Duchess of (née Hyde) 152, 153

Leeds, George William Frederick, 6th Duke of 225, 226

Legh, Thomas a 8, 12, 13 n., 16, 19 n.

Lely, Sir P. 137

Lemon, Sir Charles 151

Lemon, Sir William 149, 150, 151

Lemon, the Misses 149, 151

Lennox, Charles 243

Lennox, Duchess of 99

Lennox, Duke of 69, 98

Lennox, Lord George 243, 249

Lennox (Bunbury), Lady Sarah 191 n.

Lentall, Philip 228

Levota, the widow 4

Lewis, John 225 n.

Ley, John and Lady Francis 252

Library 22 n., 76, 107

Limerick, Henrietta, Lady 182 n.

Limerick, Viscount 182

Lindsey, Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of 173 n.

Line (Hall), Reverend Father Francis 94, 95 n.

Liverpool, Charles, Lord Hawkesbury, Earl of 158 n.

Lobby, Queen's 77

Logan, John William 252

Lokyngton, Walter 13

London, Bishop of, Lord Almoner 46 n

London, Bishop of, Richard of Ely 3

London, Corporation of the City of 153 n., 215

London, fortifications round 31

Long, Amelia, Lady (née Hume) 197

Long, Beeston 197

Long, Samuel 196

Long, Sir Charles (Lord Farnborough) 193, 196, 197

Long Gallery 22 n., 82–85

Lord Keeper 88, 100, 221

Lord Mayor's Procession in 1683 69, Frontispiece

Lords' Room 74

Lord Treasurer's lodgings 26 n, 27

Lotteries 137, 221, 222, 223

Lottery Office 126, 221–222

Loudoun (Lowdon), Earl of, Scottish Secretary 96, 231 n., 239 n., 240–243, 247, 248

Louvre, The 41, 114

Lowther, Jane 239–240

Lynn, Charles, Lord (3rd Viscount Townshend) 153 n.

Lyster, Sir Richard 257, 259

Lytton, William (Richard) 8, 12, 13, 16, 18, 19 n.

M.

Magheramorne, 1st Lord 255

Maids of Honour 70 n., 79, 80, 103

Malett, Baldwin 257, 259

Malmesbury House 129 n., 145, 152 n., 162–166, Pl. 59 (b), 63 (a), 64

Malmesbury, James, 1st Earl of 165 n.

Malmesbury, James Edward, 2nd Earl of 162, 164, 165

Malmesbury, James Howard, 3rd Earl of 164, 165

Manchester, Charles, 1st Duke of 150 n.

Mandeville (Mandevell, Mandevill), Lord 37, 82 n.

Marble Hill 176

Marlborough, Duchess of 86

Marlborough, [Duke of] 164

Marlborough, 2nd Earl of 176 n.

Marquand, John 223 n., 249

Mar, Earl of, Scottish Secretary 231 n., 240–243, 247, 248

Mar, Countess of 242

Marr (Mare), John, Mathematician 92

Marf (Marre), William 92, 93

Marriages celebrated at Whitehall 33, 54–55
-, Frederick, Count Palatine, and Princess Elizabeth 27, 54, 55, 61, 62, 65, 135

Marryat, Joseph 252

Marshall, Lord 28 n.

Marshall, Wm. 202

Martin, James 146, 149, 150

Martyn, Charles Cecil 196

Martyn, Edward 197

Marwen 13 n.

Mary I, Queen 22, 23, 68, 88

Mary II, Princess of Orange, afterwards Queen 36, 52, 86, 105, 106, 110 see also William and Mary.

Mary, Princess of Orange, daughter of Charles I 35, 55, 85 n.

Masques performed at Whitehall 7, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 37 n., 50, 52, 61 n., 118, 119, 120, 122, 135
-, room built for 29, 62–63, 64
-, Britannia Triumphans 63
-, The Mask of Beauty 135
-, The Triumph of Peace 135

Masque House, boarded 29, 62–63, 64

Massey, Richard 130

Matted Gallery 82–85

Maundy, distribution of 129, 137–138, Pl. 45 (b)

Mauvillain, Sarah 183

May, — 75 n.

May, Baptist 87

May, [Hugh] 76 n.

Mazarin, Duchesse 35, 104

Meadows, Sir Philip 245 n., 246

Melbourne, 1st Viscount 158 n.

Melfort (Melford), Viscount afterwards Earl of 137, 237 n., 240, 241

Mendip, Welbore Ellis, Baron 183

Mews, The 18, 32 n.

Middleton, Captain 237

Middleton, Earl of 237 n., 240, 246

Middleton, Mrs. 83 n.

Middleton, William 259

Mildmay, Benjamin, Baron (afterwards Earl) Fitzwalter 152 n.

Milton, John 32

Molesworth, Viscount 214

Monck, General (Duke of Albemarle) 34, 42, 80

Monmouth, Charles, Earl of (later Earl of Peterborough) 38, 88, 189

Monmouth, Duke of 52, 70 n., 79, 97

Montagu, House, old 214–218

Montagu House, present 214, 218–220, pl. 101–104

Montagu, George, Duke of (Earl of Cardigan) 191, 216, 217 n., 218

Montagu, John, 2nd Duke of 60, 214, 215, 247

Montagu, Mary, Duchess of, formerly Countess of Cardigan 216, 218

Montagu, [Ralph], Earl, afterwards Duke of 107 n., 126 n.

Montgomery, Philip Herbert, Earl of (4th Earl of Pembroke) 26, 54, 74, 230, 231, 234

Monthermer, John Lord 217

Montmorency, Duc de 24, 82

Moody, D. L. 255

Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Monmouth, afterwards Earl of Peterborough) 38, 88, 189

Mordaunt, Captain 149

Morden and Lea, map of London and Westminster 58, 87, 112, 231 n.

Morden and Lea, view of Whitehall from the River 76

Moreland, Sir Samuel 100

Morgan, Mr., Judge Advocate 242 n.

Morton, Earl of 236

Mother of the Maids 103

Mulgrave, John Sheffield, Earl of, afterwards Marquess of Normanby 81, 82 n., 185

Mundy, William 251

Murray (Murrey), Sir Robert 42, 87 n., 101

"Murrey," Lord 241 n.

Myers, F. W. H. 253

Myers, Mrs. F. W. H. (née Tennant) 251, 253

N.

Najera, Duke of 89

Napier, Lady Sarah (formerly Bunbury) 158 n., 191 n.

Napoleon III 166

National Club 213

Neale, Sir Paul 36

Neale, Thomas 100 n.

Nedam, James 11, 57

Nepean, Evan 149, 150

Nesfield, Eden 218 n.

Nevill, Ralph de, Bishop of Chichester 4 n.

Neville, George, Archbishop of York 6

Newark, Henry of, Archbishop of York 6 n.

Newbury, Prince of 76 n.

Newcastle, Duke of 183 n.

New Gallery (built in 1668–69) 43, 44, 60, 63, 64, 66, 126, 140

Newhaven, Lord Cheyne, Viscount 242

New River, fountain in orchard supplied from 230

Nicholas, Mr. 185

Nicholas, Secretary 37

Nicholl, Sir John 184

Noel, Elizabeth, Duchess of Portland 187

Nonsuch 23, 65

Norden, John, map of Westminster 60

Norfolk, Duke of 23

Norgate, Edward 29 n.

Normanby, John Sheffield, Marquess of (Earl of Mulgrave) 81, 82 n., 185

Northbourne, Sir Walter Charles James, Baron 194

Northbourne, 2nd Baron 194

Northbrook Indian Club 206

"North Terras" 61

Northumberland, Algernon, 4th Duke of (Lord Prudhoe) 204, 208, 209

Northumberland, Charlotte Florentia, Duchess of (née Clive) 208, 209

Northumberland, Eleanor, Dowager Duchess of 208, 209

Northumberland, Frances Jullia, Dowager Duchess of (née Burrell) 206, 208, 209

Northumberland, Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke of 206, 209

Norwich, Pandulf, Bishop of 3 n.

Norwych, Sir Robert 257, 259

Nottingham, Charles, Lord Howard, Earl of 231, 232

Nottingham, Daniel, Earl of 245

Nottingham, Ann, Countess of 245 n.

Nycolson (Lambert), John 49

O.

Oates, Titus 35

Oatlands 23

O'Brien, Lady Susan 191 n.

Odo the goldsmith 4

Ogilvie (Ogleby), Sir James, Scottish Secretary 241 n.

Old Palace of Westminster 21

Onslow, William Hillier, 4th Earl of 252, 256

Onslow, Dowager Countess 252

Orange, William Prince of 55

Orange, Prince of, afterwards William III, see William and Mary.

Oratory 68, 74

Orchard 18, 19, 20, 83, 88, 96, 228–235, 236, 237, 243, 244

Ormonde, Duke of 39, 78 n.

Overkirk, Heer 38

Owen, Thomas and Mrs. 197

Oxford, Earl of 54

Oxford, 2nd Earl of 188

Oxford, Aubrey, Earl of 240, 241

Oxford, Diana, Countess of 241 n.

Oxford, Wolsey's College at 9, 11 n.

P.

Packe, Chas. W. and Mrs. 252

Palace Gate, Westminster 90

Palatine, Frederick Elector, see Frederick, Count Palatine.

Palma, — 29

Palmer, Mrs., see Castlemaine, Countess of.

Palmer, Francis and Mrs. 197

Palmer, Sir James 233

Palmer, Sir Roger, Earl of Castlemaine 233

Palmer, Sir Thomas 233 n.

Pandulf, Bishop of Norwich, papal legate 3 n.

Paris, Matthew 5

"Parlement-howse" 23 n.

Parliament at Whitehall.
-, audiences to members of 24, 136
-, convention of, offers the Crown to William and Mary 36, 137
-, meetings of 23, 67
-, reception of Charles II 34

Parliament Street 235, 239, 240, 249

Parris, E. J. 208

Passport Office 166

Paston, Hon. William 240

Pastoral, A, performed in the Great Hall 50, 51

Patrick, Father 72, 73

Paved-stone Gallery, see Stone Gallery.

Pawlet (Paulet), Sir William 257, 259

Pearson, Hon. Weetman Miller Harold 252

Pebble Court 20, 46 n., 47 n., 60–64, 69, 70, 88, 89, 94 n., 95, 98, 101, 105, 119
-, Wooden Terrace in 60, 61, 62, 63, 66, 70 n., 88

Peel, Lady 200, 201, 202

Peel, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert 184, 196, 198–202, 206

Peel, Sir Robert (3rd baronet) 201, 202

Peel, William 202

Pelham, Lady Catherine 140–143, 146, 157

Pelham, Frances and Mary 143

Pelham, Rt. Hon. Henry 143, 183 n.

Pelham House 140–144, Pl. 49

Pembroke, Countess of 176 n.

Pembroke, Elizabeth, Countess of 176 n.

Pembroke, George Augustus, 11th Earl of 175, 176, 177, 193

Pembroke, Henry, 10th Earl of 168, 169, 175, 176

Pembroke, Henry Herbert, 9th Earl 59, 152, 162, 167, 168, 175, 176

Pembroke, Philip, 4th Earl of (Earl of Montgomery 26, 54, 74, 230, 231, 234

Pembroke House, First 111, 112, 152, 162, 167–168, 171, 183, Pl. 67

Pembroke House, Second 57, 163, 164, 168–179, 180, 191, 224, Pl. 65–66, 68–88

Penn, William 252

Penythorn, Robert 14

Pepys, Samuel 34, 35 n., 52 n., 54, 63, 69, 70, 71, 76 n., 79, 83, 84, 97, 98 n., 136, 137, 233, 234, 244

Perceval, Charles George, Lord Arden 155

Perceval, Spencer 155

Persoy, — 45

Peterborough, Charles, Earl of (formerly Earl of Monmouth) 38, 88, 189

Peterborough, Earl of 80, 87

Peters (Petre), Mr. (Father) 80, 81, 107 n.

Petersham, Charles, Lord (afterwards Earl of Harrington) 176, 177–178

Petre (Peters), Father 80, 81, 107 n.

Petty Calais 12, 257, 258, 259

Pheasant Yard 12

Philip of Spain (Philip I) 22, 23, 68, 69

Philipps, T. W. 142, 143

Pierce, Mr. 234

Pitt, William 155, 177

Pitt, Rt. Hon. William (later Earl of Chatham) 149, 150

Plague 20, 36, 52 n., 261–2

Plan of 1670 41–44
-, alluded to passim. Pl. 1

Playfair, — 218 n.

Plays performed at Whitehall 24, 25, 26, 30, 49, 52, 53, 66, 136
-, "The Moor of Venis" 136
-, The History of the Knight in the Burning Rock 49
-, "A storie of Pompey" 49 n.
-, Love for Love 53
-, Scaramuccio 53
-, Love in a Tub 52 n.

Plymouth, Lady 82 n.

Pole, Cardinal 23

Pomfrett, John 15, 258, 259

Popish Plot 53

Porter, George 74–75

Porter's Lodge 46

Portland, Elizabeth, Duchess of (née Noel) 187

Portland, Henry, 2nd Earl and 1st Duke of 41, 59, 187, 188, 190, 191

Portland, Jane Martha, Countess of (née Temple) 59, 60, 177, 181–184, 209

Portland, Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of 188, 189

Portland, William, 1st Earl of 38, 39, 81, 82 n., 181 n., 182 n., 186

Portland, William Henry Cavendish, 3rd Duke of 188, 189

Portland House 185–189

Portland Museum 188–189

Portland (Barberini) Vase 189

Portland Quarry 121 n.

Portsmouth, Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of 34, 35, 36, 38, 60 n., 84, 85–87, 246

Postard, William, Abbot of Westminster 3 n.

Powghley, Priory of St. Margaret the Virgin of 257, 259

Powis, 1st Earl 209

Poyntz, Francis 77 n.

Preaching Place, see Pebble Court.

Presence Chamber, King's 23, 24, 30, 39, 44, 61, 65, 66, 67–68, 69, 80 n.
-, —, Queen's 69, 70, 137 n.

Prince, Richard 157 n.

Prince's (afterwards Duke's) Lodgings 20, 34, 80–81, 83, 84, 112, 120 n., 185, 189

Prior, Matthew 188

Privy Bridge, see Privy Stairs.

Privy Cellar 67

Privy Chamber, Groom of 180

Privy Chamber, King's 28 n., 33 n., 65, 66, 68, 74, 82 n., 98 n., 99 n.
-, —, Queen's 69

Privy Gallery 19, 20, 22 n., 24, 36, 62 n., 65, 66, 69 n., 71, 74, 76, 82, 83, 96, 97–105, 111, 112, 221, 232 n.
-, rebuilt by James II 41, 102–105

Privy Garden 19, 20, 28, 44, 63, 82, 87, 88–96, 101, 111, 112, 229, 230 n., 231, 232, 234, 237, 239 n., 244
-, Canaletto's view of Pl. 7
-, Maurer's view of Pl. 6
-, plan of enclosure of 95
-, see also Bowling Green; Orchard; Pebble Court.

Privy Gardens (Privy Garden), houses or buildings in 140, 141, 142, 145, 157 n., 162, 165, 167, 176 n., 177, 178 n., 182 n., 183, 184, 188, 189, 190, 191, 204, 209, 211, 214, 216, 217 n., 221, 222, 223, 234, 240, 241, 242, 243 n., 245 n., 246, 247 n.

Privy Garden Stairs 60, 124

Privy Purse, King's, Keeper of 87 n.

Privy Seal Office 121

Privy Stairs 9, 11 n., 19 n., 57–59, 75, 79, 105, 181

Prudhoe, Algernon, Lord, 4th Duke of Northumberland 204, 208, 209

Public Prosecutions, Director of, Office of 249

Puleston, Sir John Henry 155, 156

Pulpit in Privy Garden 60, 61, 88, 89

Putney 9

Pymerick, John 13 n.

Pyx, Trial of the 148

Q.

"Queen Mary's boat-house" 171

Queen Mary's Garden 167
-, see also Queen Mary's Terrace.

Queen Mary's Terrace 37, 39 n., 57, 59–60, 71, 112, 167, 180 n., 181, 185, 187, 215, Pl. 9

Queen's Apartments 25, 28 n., 36, 38, 41, 68–73, 92 n., 102–105, 111, 112, 167
-, and see names of rooms.

Queen's Treasury 185

Quellan (Quillin), Arnold 107

R.

Ramsay, Sir John, Viscount Haddington, Earl of Holderness 54

Ramsey, David 101

Ranelagh Gardens 157 n.

Rapheal de Urbino 99, 244 n.

Rawlyns, Thomas 16 n.

Receipt of the Exchequer, Comptroller General of the 143

Rede, John 12 n., 13 n.

Red Lion, The 14, 15, 16

Reform Club 225, 226

Rendel, James Meadows 202

Rendel, Stuart (Baron Rendel) 201, 202, 203

Restall (Rastarde), Alyn 229 n.

Rich, Frances (née Cromwell) 33

Rich, Henry, Earl of Holland 232

Rich, Robert 33

Richard of Wokindon 4

Richard I 3

Richmond 23, 25, 65

Richmond House, First 60, 214, 243–246, 247

Richmond House, Second 96, 231, 246–248, 249
-, Canaletto's views from Pl. 7, 113

Richmond, Duchess of ("La Belle Stuart") 34, 35, 60 n., 79, 231 n., 244, 246 n.

Richmond, Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of 79, 231 n., 246, 247

Richmond, 2nd Duke of 96, 158 n., 215, 247

Richmond, 3rd Duke of 239 n., 243, 247

Richmond, 5th Duke of 249

Richmond, Charles Stuart, 3rd Duke of 42, 60, 236, 244, 246 n.

Richmond Park, Lodge in 176

Richmond Terrace 228, 243, 249–256, Pl. 114–117

Riley, Sarah 243 n.

Ripon, Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of 176, 177

River wall 16, 168, 216, 230

Robert the carpenter 4

Robes, the, see Wardrobe.

Robes, Master of the, see Wardrobe, Master of the.

Robinson, Hon. Catherine Gertrude 164, 165

Robinson, Hon. Frederick 162, 164, 165

Robinson, Frederick John (Viscount Goderich, afterwards 1st Earl of Ripon) 177

Robinson, Sir Thomas, Bt. 157, 158

Robinson, Sir Thomas, K.B. (Baron Grantham) 157, 160, 165

Robinson, Sir William 160 n.

Rochester, John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of 88, 94

Rochester, Earl of, Laurence Hyde 87

Rochester, Robert Carr, Viscount 27, 55, 231

Rochester, Walter King, Bishop of 108

Rockewood, Nicolas 22

Rocque, map of 1746 60

Rolte, Captain 244 n.

Roman Catholic Chapel 38, 39, 56, 102, 105–110, 112, 137 n., 189 n., Pl. 10–12

Roman Catholics ejected from Whitehall 31

Romano, Julio 29

Romeyn, John le, Archbishop of York 6 n.

Rooker, view of the Horse Guards 45

Rorqui, Monsieur 107 n.

Rosamunds 258, 259

Rose, The 13, 14, 16

Rotherham (or Scot), Thomas, Archbishop of York 7

Rouncivall (Runsivall) 8, 12, 21 n., 258

Royal United Service Institution 116, 125, 130, 132 n., 222

Royston 26 n.

Rubens, Peter Paul, paintings of in the Banqueting House 29, 62, 127, 128

Ruins of Whitehall 39, 48, 152, 160, 167, 189 n.

Rupert (Robart), Prince 37, 64, 83, 84, 87

Russell, Lady 11

Russell, Lord John 255

Russell, William 259

Rustat (Rustick), Tobias 63 n.

Rutland, John 55

Rutland, John, 2nd Duke of 143

S.

St. Albans, Earl of 43, 84 n., 85

St. Alban's, Laurence of 4

St. Davids, Viscount 249, 251

St. James, Piccadilly, Church of 110

St. James in the Fields, hospital of 11, 258

St. James's Palace 11, 22, 23, 24 n., 28, 31, 65, 80 n., 90, 99 n., 130

St. James's Park 12, 21, 28 n., 31, 34 n., 44 n., 46, 62 n., 99 n,
-, stairs from to the Privy Gallery 31, 76 n., 97
-, statue of James II in 64
-, volary in 75

St. Margaret's Parish, parishioners of
-, annexed to St. Martin's in the Fields 20, 21 n., 261–262

St. Martin's in the Fields, formation of
-, parish of 21 n.

St. Martin's in the Fields Parish, parishioners of St. Margaret's, Westminster, annexed to 20, 21 n., 261–262

St. Martin's, Walter of 4

St. Peter-ad-Vincula, Royal Chapel of 129, 133, Pl. 44

Salisbury (Salysbere), "Master Juell," Bishop of 60 n.

Sandby, view of Whitehall Court (Yard) 140, 142

Sandwich, Lord 233, 235

Sanford, E. Ayshford 252

Saville, Henry 126 n.

Sawcer, James 239 n.

Sawcer, Rachel (formerly Jenkins) 239 n.

Sayers, Sir John 237 n.

Sayers (Sears, Saiers, or Sayres), Catherine, Lady 236, 237–240

Schmidt, Bernhardt, see Smith, Barnard.

Schomberg, Meinhardt, 3rd Duke of 152 n.

Scot (or Rotherham), Thomas, Archbishop of York 7

Scotland Yard (Scotland) 8, 12, 18, 25, 31 n., 38, 39, 57, 258

Scott, George alias Kenyon 66 n.

Scott, Sir Walter 79 n., 202

Scottish Secretaries 78 n., 240–1

Scrope (le Scrope), Richard, Archbishop of York 6

Secretary of State, Office of 102, 221, 222, 223

Selkirk, Earl of 252, 256

Selly (Selley), David 13

Selwyn, Albinia 164

Sergeant of the Cellar, 11

Sermon Court, see Pebble Court.

Seymour Jane 22, 44 n.

Shakespeare 3 n., 7

Shales, Mr. 239 n., 240 n.

Shaw, Norman 218 n.

Sheffield, John, Lord 184

Shelley, William 9

Shepard, Miss 157

Shepherd, — 94 n.

Shield Gallery 20, 44, 69, 70, 73

Shrewsbury, Earl of 107 n.

Shrieder, Christopher 129 n., 162

Signet Office 120 n., 121

Sindercombe, Miles 33, 55, 136

Singleton, Mark 175, 177

Slave Compensation, Commissioners of 226 n.

Slingsby, Sir Arthur 137

Smallwood, Robert 228

Smirke, Sir Robert 129, 198, 201, 218 n.

Smith, Barnard (Father) 56, 129, 138 n.

Smith, F. T. 217n

Smith, Joseph 215, 216, 217, 218

Soane, [Sir John] 124, 128, 131

Somers [Sir] John, Keeper of the Great
-, Seal 187

Somerset House 23, 24 n., 28 n., 32 n., 34 n., 77 n., 222

Somerset, Robert Carr, Earl of 27, 55

Southampton, Countess of 82 n.

Southill, Baron (Sir George Byng) 149

Southwell, Elizabeth, Lady (née Howard) 231, 232

Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester and
-, Dean of Westminster 108 n.

Square Court 74, 75, 76
-, see also Volary Court.

Square Table Room 98

Stamford, William of 13 n.

Stanhope, Charles, 4th Earl of Harrington 176, 177–178

Stanhope, Hon. Lincoln Edwin Robert 178 n.

Stanley, Colonel 38

Stanley, Dorothy, Lady (née Tennant) 251, 253

Stanley, Hon. Edward Geoffrey (later
-, 14th Earl of Derby 158

Stanley, Rt. Hon. Hans 242

Stanley, Sir Henry Morton 251, 253

Stanley, Sir John 40, 57 n., 211 n.

Stanley, Sir John Thomas (later Baron Stanley) 184

Stanley, Lucy 193 n.

Stephen, Oscar Leslie 159

Stephens, John 228

Stewart, Elizabeth 234

Stewart, John, Lord, Baron of Kinclaven 231, 234

Stewart, Margaret 234

Stone, Andrew 182 n., 183

Stone Gallery 20, 38, 79, 82, 84, 112, 116, 186, 187, 230 n.

Stone, Hannah (née Mauvillain) 183, 184

Stone, Nicholas 91, 122

Stone Table Chamber 98 n.

Storteford, Richard de 3 n.

"Stuart, La Belle," see Richmond, Duchess of.

Stubbs, Doctor Lawrence 11

Study, "at the hether ende of the Long Gallorie" 22 n.
-, —, "litle," "called the newe librarye" 22 n.
-, —, "nexte tholde Bedde Chambre" 22 n.
-, —, "kynges secrete, called the Chaier house" 22 n.

Stukeley, Wm., plan of ruins of Whitehall 47, 48, 53

Sueur, Le, — 132 n.

Suffolk [1st], Earl of 54

Suffolk, Countess of 75, 77, 78, 79, 180

Suffolk, George Howard, 4th Earl of 239 n.

Suffolk, Henrietta, Countess of 176

Sunderland, Lord, Secretary of State 245

Sun-dials 90–95

Sunneas (Sonnius), Frederick 185

Sussex, Earl of 54

Sutherland, Dr. A. J. and Henry 252

Swinburne, Algernon Charles 206

Swinburne, Captain Charles Henry 205, 206

Swinburne, Lady Jane 205

Swinburne, Sir John Edward 204, 206, 208

Sydney, Lady 143 n.

T.

Talmash, Lieutenant-General 137 n.

Tankerville, Charles, 4th Earl of 175, 177

Taylor, Michael Angelo 153, 154, 155

Taylor, Sir Robert 155

Temple, Sir John 181 n.

Temple, Sir William 181 n.

Tennant, Charles 251, 253

Tennant, Chas. Coombe 251

Tennant, Dorothy (Lady Stanley) 251, 253

Tennant, Mrs. 251, 253

Tennis Courts 12, 30

Terrace Walk, 180 n., 181
-, see also Queen Mary's Terrace

Terrason, view of the Banqueting House by 111, Pl. 16

Thames Ditton 19 n.

Thames, embankment of part of foreshore of 153, 215

Thames Street, Three Cranes Tavern in 34 n.

Theatre, see Great Hall.

Theobald's 28

Thompson, Thomas 190 n.

Thoresby, John of, Archbishop of York 6

Thorn (Tovy), Michael) 5 n.

Three Cranes Tavern 34 n.

Thrower, Joan 13 n.

Thrower, Robert 13 n.

Thynne, Lord Edward 251, 253

Thynne, Lady Edward (née Mellish) 251, 253

Tilt Yard 12, 22, 25, 27, 73, 136

Tiltyard gallery 24, 31, 97

Titian 29, 99

Tomline, William 159, 197

Tomlinson, Sir Thomas and family 251

Tomlyn, Thomas 14

Tooke, Thomas 252, 256

Torrington, Lucy, Viscountess (née Boyle) 150 n.

Torrington, Charlotte, Viscountess 149, 150

Torrington, George Byng, 1st Viscount 145, 146, 149

Torrington, Pattee Byng, 2nd Viscount 146, 149

Torrington, 3rd Viscount 149

Torrington, George, 4th Viscount 150

Tower Hill 22

Tower of London 22, 23, 137 n.
-, Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula in 129, 133

Townshend, Audrey, Viscountess (née Harrison) 153

Townshend, Charles, 3rd Viscount 153 n.

Tracey, Charles Thomas, 5th Viscount 165 n.

Trade, Board of 153, 159

Trade and Plantations, Board of, meeting place 234, 235

Transport, Ministry of 140, 145, 152, 162, 167, 193, 196

Travers, John 13 n.

Treasurer, Lord 26 n., 27

Treasurer, Mr. 28 n.,

Treasury Commissioners 59, 221

Treasury Office 36, 100, 102, 104

Treasury (old building) 221
-, —(new building) 221

Treby, George 152 n., 160

Trevor, Richard, Bishop of Durham 183

Trumbull, William 127

Turks Gallery 75, 78

U.

Underhill Hugh 24 n.

United Service Institution, see Royal

United Service Institution.

Upper Thames Street, Whitehall Gate set up in 46 n.

V.

Vanderdoort, Abraham 28, 82, 98 n.

Vandyck, Anthony 29, 84

Vane, Rev. John 153 n., 155

Vane (Fane) Room 36, 38, 44, 65, 74, 77, 78 n. 83, 96–97, 102

Vansittart, — 177

Vantlett, Madam 73 n.

Verrio, Antonio 104, 106

Victoria, Queen 125, 209

Villars, Christopher 10

Villiers, Lady Barbara 42, 231, 234, 235

Villiers, Barbara, see Castlemaine, Countess of.

Villiers, Sir Edward 234, 235 n.

Villiers, Lady Mary 74–75

Villiers, William, 2nd Viscount Grandison 233

Vincent, Francis 239 n.

Visscher, view of London 60

Volary 70, 74

Volary Court 73 n., 74
-, see also Square Court.

Volary Garden 36, 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 89

Volary Lodgings 36, 75–77, 102 n.

Vulliamy, Lewis 218 n.

Vyvyan, Sir Richard Rawlinson 252, 255

Vyvyan, Sir Vyell, Bt. 255

W.

Waiters' Chamber 65

Wake, Lionel 128 n.

Walkelin 12 n.

Walker, Richard (alias Hampstede) 13, 14, 16

Walker, Sir Edward 214, 216

Walley, Fred 205

Wallingford House 112

Walpole, Horace 29, 176

Walter of St. Martins 4

Walton, Parry 128, 137

Wanton, Colonel 32 n.

Waple, John 153

Wardrobe, Master of the 82 n., 87, 107 n., 160 n.

Wardrobe 22 n., 65
-, —, Queen's 78, 180
-, —, Removing 140
-, —, Removing, of Beds 57 n., 80 n., 232 n.
-, —, Secret 22 n.
-, —, Standing 25, 80 n.

Ware, Maud of 4

Ware, Richard of 13 n.

Ware, Roger of 4

War Office 178

Warwick, Earl of 61 n.

Warwick, the king maker 6

Watermen, at the Privy Stairs 58

Watts, Miss 197

Weathercocks 96, 131

Webb, Sir Aston, and Son 132 n.

Webb, John 113, 114, 134

Wellclose Square, Danish church in 109, 110

Wells, Winifred 35, 79

Wentworth, Lord 28 n.

Westby, Charlotte 157 n., 190

Westby, Wardell George 157

Westminster, Abbey of 3, 4, 5, 8, 13 n., 22, 23 n., 25, 228
-, altar-piece from the Roman Catholic Chapel set up in 107–109
-, purchase of Whitehall property from by Henry VIII 11–17, 257–260

Westminster Bridge 176

Westminster Bridge Commissioners 235

Westminster, Manor of 261

Westminster, 2nd Marquess of 209

Westminster, Old Palace of 11

Westminster, Robert of 4

Whalebone Court, see Great Court.

Whalley, Edward, Colonel 230, 233

White, Lieutenant-Colonel 136

White, Henry 194

White, Taylor 239 n.

Whitehall, first use of name 21

Whitehall (in the Old Palace of West minster 21 n.

Whitehall Chapel, see Chapel Royal.

Whitehall Court, see Great Court.

Whitehall Court (Yard), see Whitehall Yard.

Whitehall Gardens 143, 146, 147, 162, 163, 185, 191, 224, Pl. 90, 100 (b)
-, No. 1 211–213, Pl. 98–100 (a)
-, No. 2 208–210, Pl. 95–97, 100 (a)
-, No. 3 204–207, Pl. 100 (a)
-, No. 4 198–203, Pl. 92, 94
-, No. 5. 196–197, Pl. 93
-, No. 6 57, 193–195, Pl. 89 (a), 91, 92 (b)
-, No. 7 (Pembroke House) 57, 163, 164, 167–179, 180, 191 Pl. 65–88
-, No. 8 (Malmesbury House) 129 n., 145, 152 n., 162–166, Pl. 59 (b), 63 (b), 64

Whitehall Gate (the Court Gate) 21 n., 22, 23, 26 n., 36, 43, 44–46, 57, 58, 62, 63 n., 66, 70 n., 137, 140, 142

Whitehall Palae
-, art collection at 28, 29, 82–83, 84–85, 99, 233 n.
-, desertion of at beginning of the Civil War 30
-, foreign sightseers at 25
-, furnishings of, removed by Parliament 30, 32
-, —, reclamations by Cromwell 33
-, —, recovered at the Restoration 34
-, —, saved from fire of 1698 40
-, general plans of 41–44, Pl. 1–3
-, general views of Frontispiece

Whitehall Palace
-, general views of Pl. 5, pp. 58, 71, 76
-, lodgings "purged" 31
-, lodgings to be cleared 29 n.
-, Parliamentary troops quartered at 31
-, plans for rebuilding 40, 113–114
-, put up for sale 34
-, "superstitious" pictures at 31 n., 55
-, synod at 23

Whitehall Stairs 16, 30, 47, 50, 57–58, 153 n., 160

Whitehall Yard (Court) Pl. 46–47
-, No. 1 (Pelham House) 140–144
-, Nos. 2 and 3 (Cadogan House and Cromwell House) 145–151, 163, 173, Pl. 52–59 (a)
-, No. 4 (No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue) 152–156, Pl. 60–63 (a)
-, No. 5 157–159
-, No. 6 (Grantham House) 160–161

Whitfeilde, Mr. 236

Whithed, Mr. 176

Wilford, Richard 46 n.

William and Mary 36, 40 n., 80, 137

William III 40, 114, 149, 180, 213
-, see also William and Mary

Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury 164 n., 165

Williams, Frances Hanbury 165

Williams, Lady Frances Hanbury 164 n., 165.

Williams, George Hanbury 165 n.

Williams, John Hanbury 164, 165

Williams, Rev. P. 158

Williams, Rauf 15, 18

Williams, Sir Thomas 185 n.

Wilmot, John, 2nd Earl of Rochester 88, 94

Wilmot, Juliana Elizabeth (née Byron) 254

Wilmot, Sir Robert 254

Winchester, Gardiner, Bishop of 8, 23

Windsor 23, 26, 119

Windsor, Henry 158

Wine, ale, etc., sale of in Whitehall 67

Wine Cellar 7, 18, 30, 64, 66, 68, 145–147, 162, 163, Pl. 54–57

Withdrawing Room, King's 71, 74, 76, 78, 83, 96, 97, 98 n.

, Queen's 69, 112, Pl. 8

Wokingdon, Richard of 4

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal and Archbishop of York 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17 n., 18, 64, 146
-, new buildings of at York Place 7–8

Wood, Col. and Lady Caroline 251

Wood, Charles (afterwards 1st Viscount Halifax 251, 254

Wood, Sir Francis Lindley 254

Wood, Lady Mary 251, 254

Wood, Capt. Walter 206

Woodstock 65

Worden, Sir John 82 n.

Worden (Werden), Colonel Robert 81, 82 n.

Works, Board of 222 n.

Worsley, Dr. B. 234 n.

Wren, Sir Christopher 40, 56, 57 n., 59, 69, 71, 77, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 111, 112, 122 n., 128, 134, 145, 240
-, designs for the Queen's Drawing Room Pl. 8

Wright, Lady 137

Wyatt, Thomas 22

Wyatt, — 123, 126, 131

Wyld, Thomas 15

Wyngaerde, sketch of Whitehall 58

Y.

Yarmouth, Robert, Viscount (afterwards Earl of) 240

Yarmouth, William Paston, Earl of 240, 241

Yeomen of the Guard 64, 65, 98 n.,

Yngham, Edward 12 n., 14

York, Archbishops of, owners of York Place 5–8

York Place 1–22, 44 n., 49 n., 55 n., 57, 68, 146, 163, 228, 258

York [Frederick Augustus], Duke of 222

York, James, Duke of, see James II.

Young, 236