List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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Montague H. Cox and G. Topham Forrest (editors)

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1931

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19-22

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 14: St Margaret, Westminster, part III: Whitehall II (1931), pp. XIX-XXII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67923 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.Ground plan of the Holbein Gate. Copied from engraving of plan published in Vol. I of Vetusta Monumenta11
2.The Holbein Gate. From Morden and Lea's Map of 168212
3.The Holbein Gate and the house of Mr. Van Huls circa 1759. From engraving in the Crace Collection, British Museum20
4.Whitehall circa 1570. From the "Agas" map23
5.Kent's Treasury, iron balustrading to main staircase35
6.Tennis and Balloon Ball. From engraving in Marshall's Annals of Tennis39
7.The future James II playing tennis. From engraving in The True Effigies of our most Illustrious Soveraigne Lord, King Charles, etc.41
8.Comparative plans of tennis courts at Whitehall and Hampton Court42
9.The tennis court on 2nd August, 1809. From pencil drawing in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours43
10.Plan of the Duke of Ormonde's premises in 1696. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office58
11.Plan of Sir Matthew Featherstonehaugh's premises before Paine's rebuilding. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office60
12.Ground plan of York House, Whitehall. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office62
13.Dover House, corner of coved ceiling in Room No. 1964
14.Plan of the Stanhope premises in 1717. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office73
15.The "Old Tennis Court" just before demolition. From sketch in the Illustrated London News of 23rd January, 184776
16.Corbelled heads on the southern door of the "Old Tennis Court." From pencil sketch by J. Carter in the Council's collection of prints and watercolours77
17.Monogram in ceiling of Board Room of the Board of Trade. From plaster replica preserved in the Soane Musuem81
18.Ground plan of the King Street Gate. Copied from engraving of plan published in Vol. I of Vetusta Monumenta82
19.Conjectural plan of the Rochester property89
20.Plan of the Walpole property in 1783. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office92
21."South view of the City of Westminster from the roof of the Banqueting House," 1807. From J. T. Smith's Antiquities of Westminster93
22.Treasury Buildings, ceiling of bay window in Lord President's Room96
23.Treasury Buildings, doorway in basement corridor98
24.Treasury Buildings, iron fanlight in basement corridor98
25.View of Whitehall from St. James's Park, circa 1677. From engraving by S. Rawle in J. T. Smith's Antiquities of Westminster104
26.Plan of premises granted to the Earl and Countess of Lichfield in 1677. Copied from plan reproduced in Vol. I of the London Topographical Record114
27.Buildings on the site of the Cockpit and No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1720. Extract from view entitled "The Prospect of White-hall from the Park of St. James" reproduced in Strype's first edition of Stow's Survey115
28.Kent's Treasury and No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1754. Extract from view by Maurer in Strype's second edition of Stow's Survey118
29.Plan of property demised to Henry Cornwall on 15th September, 1722. Copied from plan in the Public Record Office120
30.Plan of western portion of No. 11, Downing Street, in 1805. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands143
31.Plan of ground floor of No. 12, Downing Street, before the alterations in 1879. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Office of Works155
32.Extract from plan lithographed by Standidge and Co. (? 1857) preserved among the Council's records, showing ground plans of Nos. 12 and 14, Downing Street160
33.Roundel at Hampton Court. From plaster cast preserved at the Geffrye Museum166

Heraldic Illustrations

1.ABBEY OF WESTMINSTER (BEFORE 1540). Azure a chief indented or with a crozier and a mitre gules on the chief.
2.STONOR. Azure two bars dancetty or and a chief argent.
3.ABBEY OF ABINGDON. Argent a cross paty between four martlets sable.
4.KNYVET, LORD KNYVET. Argent a bend and a border engrailed sable.
5.CARR, EARL OF SOMERSET. Gules a cheveron argent with three molets sable thereon and in the quarter a leopard or.
6.HERBERT, EARL OF PEMBROKE. Party azure and gules three lions argent.
7.MONCK, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE. Gules a cheveron between three lions' heads rased argent.
8.OSBORNE, EARL OF DANBY. Quarterly ermine and azure a cross or.
9.BUTLER, DUKE OF ORMONDE. Or a chief indented azure.
10.BOSCAWEN, VISCOUNT FALMOUTH. Ermine a rose gules.
11.FEATHERSTONEHAUGH. Gules a cheveron between three ostrich feathers argent with a roundel sable upon the cheveron.
12.AMHERST. Gules three tilting spears erect or.
13.LAMB, VISCOUNT MELBOURNE. Sable a fesse erminois between three cinqfoils argent with two molets sable upon the fesse.
14.SCOTT, DUKE OF MONMOUTH. The royal arms of King Charles II with the difference of a baston sinister argent.
15.LEGGE, LORD DARTMOUTH. Azure a hart's head argent.
16.STANHOPE, EARL STANHOPE. Quarterly ermine and gules with a crescent for difference.
17.SACKVILLE, DUKE OF DORSET. Quarterly or and gules, a bend vair.
18.MONTAGU, EARL OF SANDWICH. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Argent a fesse indented of three points gules within a border sable (MONTAGU); 2 and 3, Or an eagle vert (MONTHERMER).
19.MAITLAND, DUKE OF LAUDERDALE. Or a lion gules cut through at all points or within a double tressure flowered and counterflowered azure.
20.HYDE, EARL OF ROCHESTER. Azure a cheveron between three lozenges or with a crescent for difference.
21.WALPOLE, LORD WALPOLE OF WOLTERTON. Or a fesse between two cheverons sable with three crosslets or on the fesse and a crescent for difference.
22.HAMPDEN. Argent a saltire gules between four eagles azure.
23.DOWNING. Barry of ten argent and very a gryphon or.
24.VILLIERS, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM. Argent a cross gules with five scallops or thereon.
25.LEE, EARL OF LICHFIELD. Argent a fesse between three crescents sable.
26.WALPOLE, EARL OF ORFORD. Or a fesse between two cheverons sable with three crosslets or on the fesse.
27.NORTH, EARL OF GUILFORD. Azure a lion passant or between three fleursde-lis argent.
28.CAVENDISH-BENTINCK, DUKE OF PORTLAND. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Azure a mill-rind cross argent (BENTINCK); 2 and 3, Sable three harts' heads argent with a crescent for difference (CAVENDISH).
29.PITT. Sable a fesse checky argent and azure between three bezants.
30.GRENVILLE, LORD GRENVILLE. Vert a cross argent with five roundels gules on the cross and a molet for difference.
31.GREY, EARL GREY. Gules a lion within a border engrailed argent with a molet argent for difference.
32.DELAVAL OF SEATON DELAVAL. Quarterly: 1, Ermine two bars vert (DELAVAL); 2, Gules three horses' heads argent (HORSLEY); 3, Gules three eagles argent; 4, Gules a lion ermine with a crown or.
33.BOYLE, EARL OF ORRERY. Party bendwise and battled argent and gules.
34.FITZMAURICE, MARQUESS OF LANSDOWNE. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Ermine a bend azure with a magnetic needle pointing at a pole star or thereon (PETTY); 2 and 3, Argent a saltire gules and a chief ermine (FITZMAURICE).
35.SPENCER, EARL SPENCER. Quarterly argent and gules fretty or and a bend sable over all with three scallops or thereon.
36.STANLEY, LORD STANLEY OF ALDERLEY. Argent a bend azure with three harts' heads or thereon and a crescent for difference.
37.SIR JOHN CUST. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Ermine a cheveron sable with three fountains thereon (CUST); 2, Or a scutcheon in an orle of martlets sable (BROWNLOW); 3, Sable a fesse ermine with three crosses for my fitchy argent in chief (PAYNE).
38.SIMON FRASER. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Azure three cinqfoils argent; 2 and 3, Argent three antique crowns gules.


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