List of illustrations

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Walter H. Godfrey

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1909

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12-13

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 2: Chelsea, pt I (1909), pp. XII-XIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74494 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT.

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1.Walpole House, Plan. Drawn by Walter H. Godfrey from Sir John Soane's plans in the Soane Museum3
2.No. 15 Royal Hospital Road, Doorway. Photo by W. P. Young29
3.No. 3 Cheyne Walk, Second floor plan. Measured and drawn by Frank T. Dear36
4.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Ground floor planDrawn by Walter H. Godfrey38
5.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, First floor plan
6.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Second floor plan
7.No. 5 Cheyne Walk, Second floor plan. Measured and drawn by Frank T. Dear42
8.No. 15 Cheyne Walk, Detail of Ironwork in Gate. Photo by A. P. Wire51
9.Queen's House, Plan. Measured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell54
10.Queen's House, Monogram Railing. Drawn by Edmund L. Wratten56
11.Shrewsbury House, Detail of Brickwork. Photo by W. Plomer Young76

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS.

1.WALPOLEOr, on a fess between two chevrons, Sable, three cross crosslets of the first.
2.Sir JOSEPH DANVERS, Baronet (of Swithland).Per pale, Gules, a chevron between three mullets of six points pierced, Or (Danvers of Swithland). Argent, ten torteaux, four, three, two, one. In chief a label of three points, Azure (Babington of Rothley Temple).
3.DOMINICETIPer pale (1st), an eagle displayed, imperially crowned; (2nd) a pair of compasses wreathed with a ribband, charged with the words de super recte data. In base a dolphin rising from a sea.
4.SANDYS OF THE VYNEArgent, a cross raguly, Sable.
5.HENRY VIII.France and England quarterly.
6.PARRArgent, two bars Azure, within a bordure engrailed, Sable.
7.SEYMOURGules, two wings conjoined in lure, tips downwards, Or.
8.DUDLEYOr, a lion rampant Azuredouble queued, Vert.
9.GUILDFORDOr, a saltire between four martlets, Sable
10.CLEVESGules, an inescutcheon, Argent, surmounted by an escarbuncle, Or.
11.STANHOPE OF SHELFORDQuarterly, Ermine, and Gules.
12.HOWARDGules, a bend between six cross crosslets fitches, Argent.
13.STUART OF DOUNEOr, a fess chequy, Azure and Argent.
14.MONSON OF CASTLEMAINEOr, two chevronels, Gules.
15.CARY, LORD HUNSDONArgent, on a bend, Sable, three roses of the field, barbed and seeded proper.
16.HAMILTONGules, three cinquefoils Ermine.
17.CHEYNEChequy, Or and Azure a fess, Gules fretty, Argent.
18.SLOANEGules, a sword in pale point down, Argent, hilt and pommel, Or, between two boars' heads couped at the neck, of thethird. On a chief Ermine a lion passant of the first between two mascles Sable.
19.TALBOT, EARL OF SHREWSBURYGules, a lion rampant within a bordure engrailed, Or.
20.CAVENDISHSable, three bucks' headscaboched, Argent.
21.ALSTONAzure, ten estoiles, Or, four, three, two, one.

Note.—In the coats of Howard, Seymour, &c., the Tudor augmentations have been omitted, the simple family coats being given in each case. The tinctures of the Dominiceti coat are not included as the arms are copied from a line engraving.



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