Description of the plates

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W. Edward Riley and Sir Laurence Gomme (editors)

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1912

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 3: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt I: Lincoln's Inn Fields (1912), pp. VIII-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74141 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

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1.Map of portion of the parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields showing Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1911Drawing.
2.The Fields of Lincoln's Inn at the end of the 16th century, based upon old plans and particulars contained in ancient deedsDrawing.
3.Extract from map by Hollar of the area now forming the West central district of London, showing Lincoln's Inn Fields about 1658Photograph.
4.Extract from map by Faithorne & Newcourt showing Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1658Photograph.
5.Extract from map by Morden & Lea showing Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1682Drawing.
6."Prospect of Lincoln's Inn Fields from E.N.E." engraved in the manner of Hollar, reproduced by kind permission of Mr. H. FancourtPhotograph.
Lincoln's Inn Fields probably about 1683, from an oil painting preserved at Wilton House, reproduced by kind permission of The Right Hon. The Earl of Pembroke, P.C., G.C.V.O.Photograph.
7.Design by G. Bower for reverse of silver medallion showing Arch Row in 1688, from the original preserved in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, CambridgePhotograph.
8.Design by Cavendish Weedon for the laying out of Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1699Photograph.
Nos. 1 and 2, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
9.Mahogany staircase and detailsDrawing.
10.Portion of carved wood chimneypiece in front room on first floor of No. 1Photograph.
Carved wood chimneypiece in front room on ground floor of No. 1Photograph.
11.Ornamental plaster ceiling in front room on first floor of No. 2Photograph.
No. 13, Lincoln's Inn Fields (Sir John Soane's Museum).
12.FacadePhotograph.
13.Ground floor plan, reproduced by kind permission of the TrusteesMeasured drawing.
14.Library and Dining RoomPhotograph.
15.Breakfast RoomPhotograph.
No. 15, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
16.Lead rain water headMeasured drawing.
Detail of deal stair bracketMeasured drawing.
Ornamental cast lead cistern with legend W C [1]742Measured drawing.
Ornamental cast lead cistern with legend F T 1752Measured drawing.
17.Chimneypiece in front room on ground floorPhotograph.
18.Ceiling in back room on first floorPhotograph.
Ceiling in front room on first floorPhotograph.
Nos. 33 and 34, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
19.Plan of ground floorMeasured drawing.
20.Plan of first floorMeasured drawing.
21.Staircase and panelling at first floor level in No. 33Photograph.
22.Balustrading at second floor level in No. 33Photograph.
23.Small back room on first floor in No. 33Photograph.
No. 35, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
24.View of front elevationPhotograph.
25.Plan of ground floorMeasured drawing.
26.Plan of first floorMeasured drawing.
27.Longitudinal sectionMeasured drawing.
Entrance vestibuleSketch.
28.View of rear elevationPhotograph.
29.Wrought iron balustrade to staircasePhotograph.
30.Wrought iron panel in balustrade to staircase at first floorPhotograph.
31.Landing at first floorPhotograph.
32.Front room on ground floorPhotograph.
33.Middle room on ground floorPhotograph.
34.Rear room on ground floorPhotograph.
35.Overmantel in rear room on ground floorPhotograph.
36.Ornamental plaster ceiling in front room on first floorPhotograph.
37.Marble chimneypiece in front room on first floorPhotograph.
38.Doorcase in front room on first floorPhotograph.
39.Marble chimneypiece in middle room on first floorPhotograph.
40."Ante" to the rear room on first floorPhotograph.
41.Stone chimneypiece in basement kitchenPhotograph.
Nos. 39–43, Lincoln's Inn Fields (Royal College of Surgeons).
42.Plans of ground, first and second floors of No. 43 in 1814, made from a survey preserved in the Soane MuseumDrawing.
43.Interior of the original Museum from a drawing by Wm. Clift, reproduced by kind permission of the Royal College of SurgeonsPhotograph.
44.State of the premises on 6th October, 1854, from a drawing by G. Scharf, reproduced by kind permission of the Royal College of SurgeonsPhotograph.
45.PorticoPhotograph.
46.Hall and staircasePhotograph.
47.Council Chamber, showing portraits of Sir Astley Cooper by Lawrence (over chimneypiece), Sir Wm. Blizzard by Opie (on side wall), Edward Nourse, Junr. by Highmore (on end wall to left), William Hunter by Zoffany (to right), marble bust of George III. by ChantreyPhotograph.
48.Portrait of John Hunter by Sir Joshua Reynolds, in the Council ChamberPhotograph.
No. 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
49.Western portion of Portugal Row, Nos. 44 to 48Photograph.
50.Chimneypiece in back room on first floorPhotograph.
51.Staircase and first floor landingPhotograph.
52.Painted ceiling and cornice above staircasePhotograph.
No. 45, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
53.Front room on ground floorPhotograph.
54.Back room on ground floorPhotograph.
55.Ornamental cast lead cistern with legend 1752 AAPhotograph.
No. 46, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
56.Plans of ground and first floors in 1806, made from a survey preserved in the Soane MuseumDrawing.
57.StaircasePhotograph.
58.Balustrading and ornamental plaster work at first floor levelPhotograph.
59.Front room on first floorPhotograph.
No. 51, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
60.General view of the southern end of Arch Row in 1909, from a water colour drawing by Philip Norman, LL.D., F.S.A.Photograph.
61.Exterior of Nos. 51 and 52Photograph.
62.Iron railings to forecourtMeasured drawing.
63.Plan of first floor before alterations in 1794, from the original preserved in the Soane MueseumDrawing.
Plan of first floor showing proposed alterations in 1794, from the original preserved in the Soane MuseumDrawing.
64.Ceiling of umbrella pattern in back room on ground floor Marble chimneypiecePhotograph.
Marble chimneypiecePhotograph.
65.Mantelpiece and details of mouldings in front room on ground floorMeasured drawing.
No. 52, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
66.Top flight of staircasePhotograph.
Nos. 53 and 54, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
67.Front elevation of Nos. 54 and 55 showing the archway to Sardinia StreetPhotograph.
68.Rear of Nos. 54 and 55 and archwayPhotograph.
The Church of SS. Anselm and Cecilia.
69.Interior view of Sardinian Chapel in 1808 looking east, from aquatint in Ackermann's Microcosm of LondonPhotograph.
70.Interior view in 1904 looking eastPhotograph.
Nos. 55 and 56, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
71.Ornamental cast lead cistern with legend AHCMeasured drawing.
72.Doorcase to the entrance of No. 56Photograph.
Nos. 57 and 58, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
73.Front elevationPhotograph.
74.Elevation, plan and section of front, reproduced by kind permission of W. Dathy Quirke, A.R.I.B.A.Measured drawing.
75.Plans of basement, ground, and first floors, between 1800 and 1810, from originals preserved in the Soane MuseumDrawings.
76.Chimneypiece in front room on first floor in No. 57Photograph.
Nos. 59 and 60, Lincoln's Inn Fields (Lindsey House).
77.Front elevationPhotograph.
78.Brick and stone piers to forecourtPhotograph.
79.Brick and stone piers to forecourtMeasured drawing.
Details of carved woodwork on first floor in No. 60Measured drawing.
80.Plan of ground floor about 1717, copied from Campbell's Vitruvius BritannicusDrawing.
Plans of ground and first floors in 1802, from originals preserved in the Soane MuseumDrawing.
81.Carved oak bracket to staircase in No. 59Photograph.
82.Alcove in front room on ground floor in No. 59Photograph.
83.Front room on ground floor in No. 59 showing chimneypiecePhotograph.
84.Marble chimneypiece in back room on ground floor in No. 59Photograph.
Nos. 61 and 62, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
85.Details of carved woodwork in No. 61Drawing.
No. 65, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
86.Front elevationPhotograph.
Nos. 66 and 67, Lincoln's Inn Fields (Newcastle House).
(fn. 1) Plan of entrance floor of "Powis House" designed by Captain William Winde, reproduced by kind permission of Reginald Blomfield, M.A., F.R.I.B.A., from History of the Renaissance in England. The original drawing is in the Collection of All Souls' College, OxfordDrawing.
87.View of front as drawn by Sutton Nichols in Strype's edition of Stow's Survey of London, 1754, reproduced from engravingPhotograph.
88.Plan of entrance floor in 1906, kindly furnished by the late Sir W. J. FarrerMeasured drawing.
89.Plan of first floor in 1906, kindly furnished by the late Sir W. J. FarrerMeasured drawing.
90.Facade to Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1906Photograph.
91.Exterior, north eastern angle and arcadingPhotograph.
92.Window to staircase in No. 66 showing remains of a three light window with central semi-circular headPhotograph.
93.Chimneypiece on second floor in No. 66Photograph.
94."Peacock" room on ground floor in No. 66Photograph.
95.Waiting-room on ground floor in No 66Photograph.
96.Library on ground floor in No. 66Photograph.
No. 65, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
97.Ceiling in front room on first floorPhotograph.
98.Chimneypiece in front room in basementPhotograph.

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS.

1.Sir RICHARD FANSHAWEOr, a chevron between three fleurs-delis Sable.
2.CHARLES PRATT, EARL CAMDENSable, on a fess between three elephants' heads erased Argent, as many mullets of the first.
3.LLOYD KENYON, BARON KENYONSable, a chevron engrailed Or, between three crosses flory Argent.
4.ROBERT BRUDENELL, EARL OF CARDIGANArgent, a chevron Gules, between three morions Azure.
5.ROBERT HENLEY, EARL OF NORTHINGTONAzure, a lion rampant Argent, ducally crowned Or, a border of the second charged with eight torteaux.
6.Sir JOHN MAYNARDArgent, a chevron between three sinister hands couped at the wrist Gules.
7.EDWARD THURLOW, BARON THURLOWArgent, on a chevron between two chevronels Sable, three portcullises with rings and chains of the first.
8.SIMON HARCOURT, VISCOUNT HARCOURTGules, two bars Or.
9.ALEXANDER WEDDERBURN, BARON LOUGHBOROUGHArgent, on a chevron between three roses Gules, barbed Vert, a fleurde-lis of the first.
10.WILLIAM COWPER, EARL COWPERArgent, three martlets Gules, on a chief engrailed of the last three annulets Or.
11.THOMAS PARKER, EARL OF MACCLESFIELD.Gules, a chevron between three leopards' faces Or.
12.PETER KING, BARON KINGSable, three spears' heads erect Argent, embrued Gules, on a chief Or, as many pole-axes Azure, their edges to the sinister.
13.HENRY BOURCHIER, EARL OF BATHArgent, a cross engrailed Gules, between four water bougets Sable.
14.HENRY, LORD ARUNDELL OF WARDOURSable, six swallows Argent, three, two and one.
15.WILLIAM MURRAY, EARL MANSFIELDQuarterly, first and fourth Azure, three stars Argent, within a double tressure flory counter-flory with fleurs-de-lis Or (Murray); second and third Gules, three crosses pattée Argent, two and one (Barclay of Balvaird).
16.EDWARD MONTAGU, EARL OF SANDWICHQuarterly, first and fourth Argent, three lozenges conjoined in fesse Gules, within a bordure Sable (Montagu); second and third Or, an eagle displayed Vert, beaked and membered Gules (Monthermer).
17.CHARLES TALBOT, BARON TALBOTGules, a lion rampant Or, a border engrailed of the last.
18.CHARLES RICH, EARL OF WARWICKGules, a chevron between three crosses botonné Or.
19.CHARLES POWLETT, MARQUESS OF WINCHESTERSable, three swords in pile, points to the base Argent, pommels and hilts Or.
20.CHARLES SACKVILLE, EARL OF DORSETQuarterly, Or and Gules, over all a bend Vair.
21.ROBERT BERTIE, EARL OF LINDSEYArgent, three battering rams, barways, in pale, proper, headed and garnished Azure.
22.CHARLES SEYMOUR, DUKE OF SOMERSETQuarterly, first and fourth Or, on a pile Gules, between six fleurs-de-lis Azure, three lions of England (Coat of augmentation granted by Henry VIII.); second and third Gules, two wings conjoined in lure, tips downwards Or (Seymour).
23.JAMES HAY, EARL OF CARLISLEArgent, three escutcheons Gules.
24.GEORGE SAVILE, MARQUESS OF HALIFAXArgent, on a bend Sable, three owls of the first.
25.WILLIAM HERBERT, MARQUESS OF POWIS.Per pale Azure and Gules, three lions rampant Argent.
26.JOHN SOMERS, BARON SOMERSVert, a fess dancettée Ermine.
27.THOMAS PELHAM-HOLLES. DUKE OF NEWCASTLEQuarterly, first and fourth Azure, three pelicans Argent, vulning themselves in the breast Gules (Pelham); second and third Ermine, two piles in point Sable (Holies).

Footnotes

1 Included in letterpress.