List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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G. H. Gater and E. P. Wheeler (editors)

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1935

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16-19

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 16: St Martin-in-the-Fields I: Charing Cross (1935), pp. XVI-XIX. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68102 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.The neighbourhood of Charing Cross. From Faithorne and Newcourt's Map (1643–7)5
2.The old Horse Guards, etc. From the plan of Whitehall in 16708
3.The old Horse Guards, etc. From Kip's Prospect (circa 1710)9
4.Plan of house on the site of the northern annexe of the Paymaster-General's Office, 1804. Copied from plan in the possession of H. M. Commissioners of Crown Lands21
5.Paymaster-General's Office, west elevation before 1910. From photograph kindly lent by the late Assistant Paymaster-General22
6–7.Paymaster-General's Office: Room No. 1 before and after conversion into an office22
8.Paymaster-General's Office, staircase leading out of room No. 3322
9.Walsingham and Pickering Houses before 1670. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office29
10.Walsingham and Pickering Houses circa 1675. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office30
11.Admiralty House, tripod stand36
12.Admiralty House, carved side-table in Library38
13.Plan showing the street widening at the Admiralty. From drawing preserved by the Admiralty58
14.View of the Admiralty showing the semaphore in operation. From engraving by Wallis after T. H. Shepherd, for Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated59
15The Admiralty, part of western elevation before erection of new block. From drawing by Lt. D. Edwards, R.N. in 1826, kindly lent by Mr. J. H. MacDonnell, F.R.S.A.60
16.The Admiralty, detail of north pediment to screen61
17.The Admiralty, link extinguisher61
18.The Admiralty, balustrading in southern staircase62
19.The Admiralty, Board Room. From drawing by Rowlandson and Pugin in Ackermann's Microcosm of London (1809)63
20.Nos. 36–48, Charing Cross in 1840. From Tallis's Street Views79
21."Oliver Cromwell's House." From water-colour drawing in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours86
22.No. 29, Spring Gardens, door-case91
23.Plan showing street widening circa 1860. Compiled from information in deeds103
24.Drummond's Bank (1877) before rebuiling. From water-colour drawing preserved in Westminster Public Library109
25.No. 57, Charing Cross, and No. 15, Spring Gardens, first-floor plan126
26.No. 13, Spring Gardens, plans of ground and first floors128
27.The British Coffee House, elevation. From design by Robert Adam in The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, Vol. I148
28.The Two Chairmen, plan of second floor152
29.Fife House, plan of ground leased to Mrs. Dunch in 1718. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office166
30.Whitehall Court (Yard) showing Vanbrugh House. From water-colour drawing in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours171
31.Plan of rooms in Whitehall Court in occupation of Mrs. Godfrey in 1725. Copied from plan preserved in the Public Record Office173
32.Plan of No. 7, Whitehall in 1800, copied from plan in possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands179
33.Plan of property in Whitehall in lease to James Wallace in 1765. Copied from plan in possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands181
34.From Carrington House to Whitehall Place in 1886. From drawing by J. P. Emslie reproduced in Illustrated Topographical Record, 2nd Series182
35.The Almonry and Queen's Treasury in 1882. From water-colour drawing by J. P. Emslie in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours192
36.Lead rainwater head in Whitehall Place200
37.Plan of the Marshalsea Court House, 1850. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands208
38.Nos. 33–35, Charing Cross in 1801. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands212
39.Nos. 29 and 30, Charing Cross in 1807. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands217
40.South side of Craig's Court in 1783. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands218
41.Land belonging to Trinity Hospital (formerly of Hospital of St. Mary, Rounceval) sold to Earl Harrington in 1871. Copied from plan in the possession of the Charity Commissioners234
42.Harrington House, general view of stair balustrading235
43.Harrington House, baluster to secondary staircase235
44.No. 12, Charing Cross in 1821. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands252
45.No. 14, Charing Cross in 1822. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands253
46.No. 11, Charing Cross in 1822. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands254
47.The Charing Cross before 1544. Extract from the view by Antony van den Wyngaerde258
48.The Charing Cross circa 1572. Extract from the "Agas" map259
49.The modern Charing Cross, in the courtyard of Charing Cross railway station261

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

1.SIR STEPHEN FOXErmine a cheveron azure with three foxes' heads razed or thereon.
2.SIR ROBERT HOLMESBarry wavy or and azure a canton gules with a leopard of England thereon.
3.JOHN, EARL OF ASHBURNHAMGules a fesse between six molets argent.
4.JOHN EGERTON, BISHOP OF BANGORArgent a lion gules between three pheons sable.
5.PICKERINGErmine a lion azure crowned or.
6.EARL OF KINNOULLQuarterly: 1 and 4, Azure a unicorn leaping argent within a border or charged with eight demi-thiselts very joined with demi-roses gules (for augmentation); 2 and 3, Argent three scutcheons gules (HAY).
7.KNOLLYS, EARL OF BANBURYGules a cheveron argent with three roses gules thereon.
8.VILLIERS, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAMArgent a cross gules with five scallops or thereon.
9.WESTON, EARL OF PORTLANDOr an eagle sable looking backwards.
10.MANNERS, EARL OF RUTLANDOr two bars azure and a chief quarterly azure and gules charged in the first and fourth quarters with two fleurs-de-lis or and in the second and third with a leopard or.
11.LORD CLIFFORD OF CHUDLEIGHChecky or and azure a fesse gules.
12.OSBORNE, EARL OF DANBYQuarterly ermine and azure a cross or.
13.EARL OF DYSARTArgent a fret sable.
14.MONCK, DUKE OF ALBEMARLEGules a cheveron between three lions' heads razed argent.
15.FORSTER OF ALDERMASTONSable a cheveron engrailed between three arrows argent.
16.SIR ROBERT NAUNTONSable three martlets argent.
17.PRATTArgent a cheveron sable between three roundels sable each charged with a martlet argent, with three voided lozenges or on the cheveron.
18.JENKINSON, EARL OF LIVERPOOLAzure a fesse wavy argent with a cross formy gules on the fesse and two stars or in chief, and a chief wavy argent (for honourable augmentation) charged with a cormorant sable holding in its beak a branch of seaweed vert.
19.SIR JOHN VANBRUGHGules a fesse or with three bars vert on the fesse and a demi-lion argent in the chief.
20.CHOLMONDELEY, EARL OF CHOLMONDELEYGules in chief two steel tilting helms and in base a sheaf of corn or.
21.LEVESON-GOWER, EARL GOWERQuarterly: 1 and 4, Barry of eight argent and gules a cross paty sable (GOWER); 2 and 3, Azure three laurel leaves or (LEVESON).
22.SMITH, EARL CARRINGTONOr a cheveron cotised between three demi-gryphons sable the two in chief facing one another.
23.LOWTHER, VISCOUNT LONDALEOr six rings sable.
24.SANDYS OF THE VYNEArgent a ragged cross sable.
25.WAADAzure a saltire between four scallops or.
26.SIR RICHARD HOWEOr a fesse between three wolves' heads razed sable.
27.CAPEL, EARL OF ESSEXGules a lion between three crosslets fitchy or.
28.EARL OF HARRINGTONQuarterly ermine and gules with a crescent on a crescent for difference.
29.SIR JOHN PARKERAzure fretty and a fesse or.


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