Illustrations in the text

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James Bird and Philip Norman (general editors)

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1915

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13-14

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'Illustrations in the text', Survey of London: volume 6: Hammersmith (1915), pp. XIII-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=98029 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.Sketch Plan of the Southern Portion of Hammersmith, showing the Buildings included in the Survey. Drawn by Walter H. Godfreyfollowing xviii
2.Bradmore House, Wrought-iron Panel of Balustrade. Measured Drawing supplied by London County Council3
3.Bradmore House, Cast-iron Fireback. Measured Drawing supplied by London County Council4
4.St. Paul's Church, Chairs in Chancel. Measured Drawing by A. O. Collard20
5.Banners Yard, Lower Mall. Drawn by A. O. Collard52
6.Hampshire House, Monogram in Wrought-iron Gate. Measured Drawing by W. A. Webb and Joseph Seddon58
7.Doves Place. Drawn by A. O. Collard61
8.Linden House, Internal Door. Drawn by A. O. Collard86
9.Ravenscourt Park, Basement Plan. Measured Drawing by Sydney A. Newcombe98

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

1.ESSEXAzure, a cheveron engrailed Ermine between three eagles Azure.
2.MUSCHAMPOr, three bars Gules.
3.SHEFFIELD, EARL OF MULGRAVEArgent, a cheveron between three garbs Gules.
4.MOYLEGules, a mule passant Argent.
5.IMPEYGules, a cheveron between three leopards' faces Or, with three cinquefoils Gules on the cheveron.
6.HUTCHINSONParty palewise Gules and Azure crusilly Or, over all a lion Argent.
7.SMITHAzure, a lion Or, on a chief Argent a molet between two roundels Gules.
8.SCOTT OF ESSEXParty palewise indented Argent and Sable, a saltire countercharged.
9.NEVILLEGules a saltire Argent, a molet for difference.
10.CLARKEArgent, a bend Gules between three pellets, with three swans Argent on the bend.
11.CRISPOr, a cheveron Sable with five horseshoes Or thereon.
12.BOXAzure, a lion passant Argent between three griffon's heads razed Or.
13.PEYTONSable, a cross engrailed Or.
14.ANDERDONSable, three shackbolts Argent.
15.CATHERINE OF BRAGANZAArgent five scutcheons Azure crosswise, each charged with five roundels Argent saltirewise a border Gules with seven castles Or therein.
16.RADCLIFFEArgent, a bend engrailed Sable, a quarter Argent with a horse's head Sable therein.
17.TRUSSELLArgent, a cross formy Gules, flowered at the ends.
18.WINDSORGules, a saltire Argent between twelve crosslets Or.
19.FROWYKAzure, a cheveron, between three leopards' faces Or.
20.PAYNEArgent, a fesse engrailed Gules between three martlets Sable, with three cinquefoils Argent on the fesse.
21.FINCH. LORD FINCHAzure, a cheveron between three garbs Or.
22.BARDSable, a cheveron between ten martlets Argent, with five roundels Sable on the cheveron.


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