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VOLUME XXIX

Frontispiece. Reform Club, Pall Mall, saloon. Coloured photograph

VOLUME XXX

Frontispiece. Spencer House, St. James's Place, painted room. Coloured photograph

1. Extract from Faithorne and Newcourt's map, surveyed in 1643–7 and published in 1658

2. Extract from Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1681–2

3. Blome's map of the parish of St. James, c. 1689

4. Extract from Kip's view of London and Westminster, c. 1714–22

5. Extract from Rocque's map of 1746

6. Extract from Horwood's map of 1792–9

7. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map of 1869–74

8. (a) St. James's Church: Plan of site of church, churchyard and minister's house. From a drawing formerly in the collection of the Marquis of Bute

(b) St. James's Church: Ground plan. From a drawing formerly in the collection of the Marquis of Bute

9. (a) St. James's Church: Proposal for east elevation. Reproduced by permission of the Warden and Fellows from the Wren drawings at All Souls' College, Oxford, vol. 2, No. 68

(b) St. James's Church: Proposal for west elevation and steeple. Reproduced by permission of the Warden and Fellows from the Wren drawings at All Souls' College, Oxford, vol. 2, No. 45

10. (a) St. James's Church: North front and plans. From an engraving by Hulsbergh in the King's Topographical Collection in the British Museum, XXIII.20.a

(b) St. James's Church: Section and plans, 1824. From engravings in Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London, by J. Britton and A. Pugin, 1825, vol. I

11. (a) St. James's Church: South and east fronts, 1814. From an engraving in Architectura Ecclesiastica Londini, by Charles Clarke, 1820, plate 55

(b) St. James's Church: Sketch for view of south and east fronts. From a drawing in the Guildhall Library

(c) St. James's Church: Vestry hall. From a lithograph in the Guildhall Library

12. St. James's Church: Plan, east elevation and section. From The Works of Sir Christopher Wren, by J. Clayton, 1848–9

13. (a) St. James's Church: Floor and ceiling plan, 1903. From a drawing by Leslie Wilkinson in the Victoria and Albert Museum

(b) St. James's Church: Section looking west, 1903. From a drawing by Leslie Wilkinson in the Victoria and Albert Museum

14. St. James's Church: Section, south elevation and south doorway. From The Works of Sir Christopher Wren, by J. Clayton, 1848–9

15. St. James's Church: Cross-section and longitudinal section. From The Works of Sir Christopher Wren, by J. Clayton, 1848–9

16. St. James's Church: Section of two east bays, 1903. From a drawing by Leslie Wilkinson in the Victoria and Albert Museum

17. (a) St. James's Church: Interior. From a water-colour by Frederick Nash in the Guildhall Library

(b) St. James's Church: Interior. From an engraving in The Builder, 14 Feb. 1857, pp. 94–5

18. (a) St. James's Church: Rectory, church and vestry hall. From Tallis's London Street Views

(b) St. James's Church: Rectory, church and Midland Bank from Piccadilly

19. (a) St. James's Church: South-east view

(b) St. James's Church: West view

20. St. James's Church: Interior looking east

21. St. James's Church: Interior looking west

22. (a) St. James's Church: East bays of ceiling

(b) St. James's Church: Altarpiece and communion rail

23. (a) St. James's Church: Font and cover. From an engraving in the King's Topographical Collection in the British Museum, XXIII.20.b

(b) St. James's Church: Font

(c) St. James's Church: Royal arms

24. (a) Opera House, Haymarket: Proscenium arch, probably of the Opera House. From a drawing in the Burney Collection of Theatrical Portraits in the British Museum, vol. IX, p. 65, No. 101

(b) Opera House, Haymarket: Pit and stage arranged for a masquerade, c. 1724. From a painting attributed to Giuseppe Grisoni in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Crown copyright

25. (a) Opera House, Haymarket: Haymarket front. From a water-colour by William Capon in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XI, sheet 51, No. 112

(b) Opera House, Haymarket: Pit and stage arranged for a masquerade, 1785. From a drawing by William Capon in the possession of Dr. Richard Southern

26. Opera House, Haymarket: Plan and section, c. 1774. From an engraving in Parallele de Plans des Plus Belles Salles de Spectacles d'ltalie et de France par le Sieur Dumont

27. (a) Opera House, Haymarket: Plan of Edward Vanbrugh's property, 1777. From a plan in the Public Record Office, LRRO 63/70, p. 200. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Opera House, Haymarket: Plan probably made by Novosielski for the alterations of 1782. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 38, set 3, No. 9

28. (a), (b), (c) Opera House, Haymarket: Unexecuted designs by Robert Adam. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 47, Nos. 1, 9, 3

29. (a) Opera House, Haymarket: Alternative unexecuted elevation by Robert Adam. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 28, No. 25

(b) Opera House, Haymarket: Novosielski's design for the Haymarket elevation, c. 1790. From a drawing in the Westminster City Library

(c) Opera House, Haymarket: Haymarket front, c. 1796. From a watercolour in the Westminster City Library

30. Opera House, Haymarket: Michael Novosielski and his plan for the Opera House, 1791. From a portrait by Angelica Kauffmann in the National Gallery of Scotland. Reproduced by permission of the Board of Trustees for the National Galleries of Scotland

31. (a), (b) Opera House, Haymarket: Plan, and cross-section, 1823. From engravings in Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London, by J. Britton and A. Pugin, 1825, vol. I

32. (a), (b), (c) Opera House, Haymarket: G. S. Repton's designs for the exterior, 1816–18. From drawings in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

33. (a) Opera House, Haymarket: Conjectural drawing by F. A. Evans of Novosielski's stage and auditorium before Marinari's alterations of 1796

(b) Opera House, Haymarket: Stage and auditorium, 1809. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. II, facing p. 213

34. (a), (b) Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, Charles Lee's designs, 1868. From the plans in the Crown Estate Office, rack 58/39

35. Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, interior, 1868–9. From an engraving in The Builder, 26 June 1869, p. 507

36. Carlton Hotel and Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket

37. Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket (a), (b), (c) Proscenium arch, auditorium, and boxes. Photographs, The National Buildings Record

38. Royal Opera Arcade

39. Royal Opera Arcade. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan

40. St. James's Theatre, King Street (a) Front, c. 1840. From a water-colour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XI, sheet 47, No. 102

(b) Front. Photograph, The National Buildings Record

41. St. James's Theatre, King Street (a), (b), (c) Proscenium, box and balcony fronts, and auditorium. Photographs, The National Buildings Record

42. (a) Royal Academy in Pall Mall, 1771. From an engraving by Richard Earlom after the water-colour by Charles Brandoin

(b) National Gallery at No. 100 Pall Mall. From a water-colour by Frederick MacKenzie in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Crown copyright

43. Shakespeare Gallery (later British Institution), Pall Mall

(a) Front. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XI, sheet 20, No. 47

(b) Front. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 18, set 7, No. 14

(c) Exhibition rooms. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. I, facing p. 99

44. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly

(a) Front. From an aquatint in R. Ackermann's The Repository of Arts, vol. XIV, Aug. 1815, facing p. 89

(b) Proposed plan. From a plan in the Public Record Office, LRRO 63/115, pp. 16–17. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

45. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly

(a) Proposed elevation. From a drawing in the Public Record Office, LRRO 63/115, pp. 16– 17. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Great Room. From an engraving in R. Ackermann's The Repository of Arts, second series, vol. VIII, Sept. 1819, facing p. 153

46. Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street, preliminary design

(a), (b) Longitudinal section, and groundfloor plan. From plans submitted by (Sir) James Pennethorne to the Office of Metropolitan Buildings (L.C.C.R.O., M.B.O., plans 151, 155)

47. Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street

(a), (b) Jermyn Street and Piccadilly elevations. From engravings in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, vol. X, 1847, Plate XVII

(c) Doorcase, Jermyn Street. Undated photograph, reproduced by permission of the Geological Museum. Crown copyright

(d) Piccadilly front. Photograph, from The Architect's Journal, January 1926

48. (a) Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street, upper gallery. From an engraving in The Builder, 1848, p. 522

(b) Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly, the Prince's Hall. From an engraving in The Builder, 28 April 1883, p. 371

49. Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly

(a) Plans. From engravings in The Builder, 24 June 1882, p. 777

(b) Front. Photograph 1896, The National Buildings Record

50 Christie's at Nos. 83–84 Pall Mall

(a) Front. From a water-colour in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XI, sheet 22, No. 52

(b) Auction room. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. I

51. Almack's Assembly Rooms, King Street

(a) Front. From a water-colour in the London Museum

(b) Great room. From an engraving by I. R. and G. Cruikshank in Pierce Egan's Life in London, 1821, facing p. 310

52. (a) Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views supplementary portfolio XI, No. 6

(b) White Bear Inn, Piccadilly. From a water-colour by T. H. Shepherd in the Guildhall Library

(c) Criterion Restaurant, Piccadilly, plans. From engravings in The Builder, 8 July 1871, pp. 526–7

53. Criterion Restaurant, Piccadilly

(a) Front as designed. From an engraving in The Builder, 8 July 1871, pp. 526–7

(b) Front showing east extension

54 (a) St. James's Street. From an aquatint in Thomas Malton's A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster, 1792, plate 94 (dated 1800)

(b) St. James's Street

55. (a) Pall Mall. From a lithograph in Thomas Shotter Boys's Original Views of London As It Is, N.D. (c. 1842)

(b) Pall Mall

56. White's, St. James's Street, front

57. White's, St. James's Street

(a) Morning-room

(b) Staircase

58. White's, St. James's Street

(a) Coffee-room

(b) Card-room

59. (a), (b), (c) White's, St. James's Street. Unexecuted plan, elevation and section by Robert Adam. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 36, Nos. 7, 1, 2

60. Boodle's, St. James's Street, front

61. Boodle's, St. James's Street, saloon. Photograph, A, F. Kersting

62. Boodle's, St. James's Street

(a) Saloon, looking south

(b) Doorcase detail, saloon

(c) Chimneypiece, saloon

63. Boodle's, St. James's Street

(a) Undress dining-room

(b) Morning-room

64. (Junior) United Service Club, Charles II Street

(a) Charles II Street, elevation. From a drawing by William Burn in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) South-west view. From an engraving after the drawing by T. H. Shepherd in Metropolitan Improvements, by James Elmes, 1827

(c), (d) Ground- and first-floor plans. From drawings by William Burn in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

65. Junior United Service Club, Charles II Street

(a) South-west view. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 27 Sept. 1856, p. 323

(b) South-west view. From an illustration in The Builder, 18 May 1914

(c) Staircase

66. Carlton (formerly Arthur's) Club, St. James's Street

(a) Proposed elevation. From a drawing in the Crown Estate Office, file 13032

(b) Front

67. Carlton (formerly Arthur's) Club, St. James's Street

(a) Staircase landing

(b) Strangers' dining-room

(c) Library

68. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a) South-west view. From an engraving in London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century, by T. H. Shepherd, 1829, plate 177

(b) South-west view

69. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a) South-east view. From an engraving in London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century, by T. H. Shepherd, 1829, plate 189

(b) South-east view

70. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Proposed first- and ground-floor plans. Reproduced from History of the United Service Club, by Major-General Sir Louis Jackson, 1937, pp. 21–2

71. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) North elevation and ground-floor plan. From drawings by William Burn in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

72. United Service Club, Pall Mall, north-west view

73. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a) Lantern-light and ceiling of staircase hall

(b) Entrance hall

(c) Staircase

74. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a) Staircase landing. From an engraving in London Interiors, 1841

(b) Staircase landing

75. United Service Club, Pall Mall

(a) Library

(b) Smoking-room

76. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans, 1882. From plans by Charles Barry, junior, in the possession of the club

77. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Sections, 1882. From plans by Charles Barry, junior, in the possession of the club

78. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Elevations to Pall Mall and Waterloo Place, 1882. From plans by Charles Barry, junior, in the possession of the club

79. Athenaeum, Pall Mall, north-east view

80. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a) Hall. From an engraving in London Interiors, 1841

(b) Hall

81. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a) Staircase landing

(b) Staircase

82. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a) Drawing-room. From an engraving in London Interiors, 1841

(b) Drawing-room

83. Athenaeum, Pall Mall

(a) Coffee-room

(b) South library

84. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a) Proposed north elevation

(b) Proposed south elevation

(c) Proposed ground-floor plan

(d) Proposed first-floor plan

From original drawings by Charles Barry contained in the Royal Institute of British Architects' copy of Studies and Examples of the Modern School of English Architecture, The Travellers' Club House, 1839, published by John Weale, with an essay by W. H. Leeds

85. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a) South elevation. From an engraving in Studies and Examples . . ., The Travellers' Club House, 1839, etc.

(b) South elevation with proposed smoking tower, 1841. Reproduced by permission from a drawing by (Sir) Charles Barry in the possession of the Royal Academy of Arts

86. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Longitudinal section and groundfloor plan. From engravings in Studies and Examples . . ., The Travellers' Club House, 1839, etc.

87. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Longitudinal section and first-floor plan. From engravings in Studies and Examples . . ., The Travellers' Club House, 1839, etc.

88. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall, north front

89. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a) North elevation, (b), (c) details of north and south elevations. From engravings in Studies and Examples . . ., The Travellers' Club House, 1839, etc.

90. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a) Morning-room

(b) House dining-room

91. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Smoking-room

92. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a) Staircase

(b) First-floor west corridor

(c) Library

93. Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Coffee-room

94. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans, competition design 1837. From drawings by (Sir) Charles Barry in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

95. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans, revised design 1838. From drawings by (Sir) Charles Barry in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

96. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Longitudinal section, and groundfloor plan, executed design. From engravings in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, 1840, vol. III, plates XVIII, XIX

97. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a) North elevation, penultimate design. From a drawing by (Sir) Charles Barry in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) North elevation, executed design. From an engraving in The Surveyor, Engineer and Architect, 1840, plate I

98. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) South and west elevations, penultimate design. From drawings by (Sir) Charles Barry in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(c) Details of exterior, executed design. From an engraving in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, 1840, vol. III, plate XVI

99. Reform Club, Pall Mall, north-west view

100. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a) Saloon, first-floor gallery. From an engraving in London Interiors, 1841

(b) Saloon

101. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a) Library

(b) Coffee-room

102. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a) Smoking-room

(b) Morning-room

103. Reform Club, Pall Mall

(a) Kitchen. From an engraving in London Interiors, 1841

(b) Basement plan. From a drawing by (Sir) Charles Barry in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

104. Oxford and Cambridge University Club, Pall Mall

(a) Front

(b) Hall

105. Oxford and Cambridge University Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Staircase

106. Oxford and Cambridge University Club, Pall Mall

(a) Morning-room

(b) Coffee-room

107. Oxford and Cambridge University Club, Pall Mall

(a) Smoking-room

(b) North library

108. No. 74 St. James's Street (formerly Conservative Club)

(a) Elevation. From an engraving in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, vol. VII, 1844, plate 1

(b) Front

109. No. 74 St. James's Street (formerly Conservative Club)

(a), (b) Saloon. Reproduced by permission from drawings by Frederick Sang in the possession of the Bath Club

110. No. 74 St. James's Street (formerly Conservative Club)

(a) Staircase. Reproduced by permission from a drawing by Frederick Sang in the possession of the Bath Club

(b) Morning-room

111. No. 74 St. James's Street (formerly Conservative Club)

(a) Drawing-room

(b) Library

112. Unexecuted designs by C. R. Cockerell (a) Reform Club. From a drawing in the Victoria and Albert Museum

(b) Carlton Club. From a drawing in the London Museum

113. Unexecuted designs by C. R. Cockerell

(a) Carlton Club. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) Carlton Club. From a drawing in the London Museum

114. Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a) Proposed north elevation. From an engraving in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, vol. X, 1847, plate XV

(b) Proposed north and east elevations. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

115. Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) North and east fronts. Undated photographs in Westminster City Library

116. Army and Navy Club, St. James's Square

(a) Unexecuted design by George Tattersall. From a drawing in the London Museum

(b) South and east fronts. From an engraving in the Guildhall Library

117. Army and Navy Club, St. James's Square

(a) South and east fronts

(b) South front. From an engraving in The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, vol. XIV, 1851, plate XIII

118. Army and Navy Club, St. James's Square, staircase. From a lithograph in the Victoria and Albert Museum

119. Army and Navy Club, St. James's Square

(a) Morning-room. From a lithograph in the Victoria and Albert Museum

(b) Coffee-room. From a lithograph in the Guildhall Library

120. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a) South elevation. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 12 Sept. 1868, p. 260

(b), (c) First- and ground-floor plans. From an engraving in The Builder, 20 July 1867, p. 530

121. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b), (c) South elevation, first- and groundfloor plans. From drawings by J. Macvicar Anderson in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

122. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a) South and west fronts

(b) Staircase, first-floor landing

123. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall

(a) Coffee-room

(b) Morning-room

124. (a) East India and Sports Club, St. James's Square

(b) No. 52 Pall Mall (formerly Marlborough Club). Copyright Country Life

(c), (d) Junior Naval and Military Club, Pall Mall. Undated photographs in the Crown Estate Office

125. Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b), (c) First-, ground-floor and basement plans. From engravings in The Builder, 28 April 1911, pp. 511–13

126. Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall

(a), (b) North and south fronts

127. Club lamp-standards

(a) Travellers' Club, Pall Mall

(b) United Service Club, Pall Mall

(c) No. 74 St. James's Street (formerly Conservative Club)

(d) White's, St. James's Street

128. Sutton Nicholls's view of St. James's Square, c. 1722

129. Sutton Nicholls's view of St. James's Square, post 1727–8

130. J. Bowles's view of St. James's Square, c. 1752

131. View of St. James's Square. From an aquatint in R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, vol. VIII, Aug. l812, facing p. 102

132. Statue of William III, St. James's Square

(a), (b) East and north-west views

133. Mary Davis's house, St. James's Square

(a) Front in 1815. From a water-colour by G. Shepherd in the London Museum

(b) Ground-floor plan in 1799. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 36, set 11, No. 79

134. No. 4 St. James's Square, front

135. No. 4 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Courtyard

(c) Inner hall and staircase

136. No. 4 St. James's Square, staircase

137. No. 4 St. James's Square

(a) Staircase ceiling

(b) First-floor landing

138. No. 4 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor north rear room

(b) Former front drawing-room

139. No. 4 St. James's Square

(a) Ground-floor rear room

(b), (c) Chimneypieces

140. Nos. 9–11 St. James's Square and No. 6

Duke of York Street

141. (a) No. II St. James's Square. Design for alteration by Robert Adam, 1774. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 41, No. 49

(b) No. 6 Duke of York Street, front

142. No. 9 St. James's Square

(a) Entrance hall and staircase. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(b) First-floor landing. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) Second-floor gallery. Copyright The Warburg Institute

143. No. 9 St. James's Square, first-floor landing

(a) West wall. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(b) Plasterwork panel on south wall. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) Detail of (a). Copyright The Warburg Institute

144. No. 9 St. James's Square, ground floor

(a), (b) North and south rooms

145. Nos. 9 and 10 St. James's Square

(a), (b) No. 10, entrance hall, and staircase compartment

(c) No. 9, staircase detail. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(d) No. 10, staircase detail.

146. No. 10 St. James's Square

(a) Staircase in c. 1924. Copyright Royal Institute of International Affairs

(b) First-floor landing

147. No. 10 St. James's Square

(a) Roof-light and gallery

(b) Second-floor gallery. Copyright The Warburg Institute

148. (a) No. 10 St. James's Square, ground-floor front room

(b) No. 10 St. James's Square, ground-floor front room, detail of (a). Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) No. 6 Duke of York Street, staircase

149. No. 13 St. James's Square

(a) Front

(b) Staircase

(c), (d) Chimneypieces

150. No. 5 St. James's Square

(a) Front

(b) Courtyard and stable building

151. No. 5 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor middle rear room

(b) Entrance hall

152. No. 5 St. James's Square

(a) Staircase

(b) Front drawing-room

153. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, front in 1932. L.C.C. photograph

154. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

(a), (b) Entrance hall, and staircase. Copyright Country Life

(c) Lantern-light. L.C.C. photograph

155. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

(a), (b) Duke's study, or library, and morningroom. L.C.C. photographs

156. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

(a) Doors of dining-room. L.C.C. photograph

(b) Doors of saloon or ball-room. Copyright Country Life

(c) Dining-room. Copyright Country Life

157. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

(a), (b) Saloon or ball-room, and drawing-rooms. Copyright Country Life

158. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, musicroom in 1937. Copyright Country Life

159. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, musicroom as re-erected in Victoria and Albert Museum

(a), (b) Chimney-glass and part of east wall. Crown copyright

160. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, details of music-room as re-erected in Victoria and Albert Museum

(a), (b) Trophies. Crown copyright

161. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, musicroom as re-erected in Victoria and Albert Museum

(a), (b) Ceiling

162. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

(a), (b) Music-room ceiling: details. Copyright Country Life

(c), (d) State bedroom, and china-room. Copyright Country Life

163. Norfolk House, St. James's Square, garden block in 1937

(a), (b) Part of ceiling, and front to garden. L.C.C. photographs

164. Nos. 1 and 2 St. James's Square in c. 1934–8

(a) Fronts to St. James's Square. Copyright The Canada Life Assurance Company

(b) No. 2 St. James's Square, first-floor interior. Copyright The Canada Life Assurance Company

165. No. 15 St. James's Square, front

166. No. 15 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor gallery

(b) Roof-light

167. No. 15 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor rear room

(b) Ceiling, first-floor rear room

168. No. 15 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor front room

(b) Main compartment of former library

169. No. 15 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Ceiling, first-floor front room

170. No. 15 St. James's Square

(a), (b), (c), (d) Chimneypieces

171. Nos. 20–21 St. James's Square, front

172. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Unexecuted ground- and first-floor plans. From plans by Robert Adam in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(c), (d) Ground- and first-floor plans. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, No. II, 1779, plate I

173. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Elevation to St. James's Square. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, No. II, 1779, plate II

(b) Elevation of stable- and laundry-block. From The Works, etc., plate IV

(c) Elevation and plan of screen wall. From The Works, etc., plate III

174. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Entrance hall

(b) Staircase in c. 1918. Copyright Country Life

175. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor landing. Photograph in c. 1915. Copyright B. T. Batsford Ltd.

(b) Second-floor landing

176. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for ceiling of eating-room. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, No. II, 1779, plate VI

(b) Former eating-room in c. 1918. Copy right Country Life

177. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for ceiling of music-room. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, No. II, 1779, plate VI

(b) Former music-room

178. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for ceiling of library. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 48

(b) Former library

179. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for ceiling of Lady Williams Wynn's dressing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 56

(b) Former dressing-room of Lady Williams Wynn

180. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for Lady Williams Wynn's dressing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 40, No. 70

(b) Design for ceiling of second drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 53

181. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Front and second drawing-rooms in c. 1918. Copyright Country Life

182. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) First-floor ante-room in c. 1918. Copy right Country Life

(b) Design for ceiling of ante-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 50

183. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Chimneypieces

(c) Doorcase. Photograph c. 1915. Copyright B. T. Batsford Ltd.

184. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a) Design for organ-case. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, No. II, 1779, plate VIII

(b) Courtyard in c. 1918. Copyright Country Life

185. No. 20 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Designs for Sir Watkin Williams Wynn's dressing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 49; vol. 40, No. 69 (rearranged)

(c) Design for first-floor bedroom in rear wing. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 57

186. No. 33 St. James's Square

(a) Design for St. James's Square front. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 44, No. 14

(b) St. James's Square and Charles II Street fronts

(c), (d) Ground- and first-floor plans. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 44, Nos. 16, 17

187. No. 33 St. James's Square

(a) Design for ceiling of west drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, No. 39

(b) Ceiling of west drawing-room

188. No. 33 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Designs for ceilings of dressing-room and east drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, Nos. 38, 40

189. No. 33 St. James's Square

(a) Design for chimneypiece in west drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 22, No. 278

(b) Chimneypiece in dressing-room, formerly in west drawing-room

(c) Ceiling of east drawing-room

190. No. 14 St. James's Square. Unexecuted design by Robert Adam

(a), (b) Front, and ground-floor plan. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 30, Nos. 100, 102

191. No. 21 St. James's Square

(a) Elevation as built by R. F. Brettingham. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 36, set 7, No. 10

(b) Front as altered by Soane. From an undated photograph in the Westminster City Library

192. No. 21 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Ground- and first-floor plans (drawn by Soane) of house as built by R. F. Brettingham. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Miscellaneous drawings, Folio (unnumbered), ff. 42, 43

193. No. 21 St. James's Square

(a), (b) Unexecuted ground- and first-floor plans by Soane. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Miscellaneous drawings, Folio (unnumbered), ff. 47,54

194. No. 6 St. James's Square

(a) Unexecuted elevation by George Dance, the younger. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Dance Cabinet, slider 3, set 7, No. 13

(b) Front

195. No. 6 St. James's Square

(a) Staircase hall

(b) First-floor passage to rear wing

(c) Doorcase, front drawing-room

196. No. 6 St. James's Square

(a) Front drawing-room

(b) Chimneypiece, front drawing-room

197. (a) No. 31a St. James's Square

(b) No. 29 St. James's Square in 1932. L.C.C. photograph

198. No. 32 St. James's Square, front

199. No. 32 St. James's Square, contract plans, cross-section and elevation. Reproduced by permission of the Bishop of London's Registrar

200. No. 12 St. James's Square

(a) Front

(b) Skylight in ante-room to drawing-room

(c) Ceiling, first-floor back room

201. (a) No. 18 St. James's Square

(b) No. 8 St. James's Square. From an undated photograph in the Westminster City Library

202. No. 7 St. James's Square

(a) Front

(b) Back

(c) Staircase

(d) Library

203. (a) Nos. 89–90 Jermyn Street

(b) Nos. 81–84 Jermyn Street

(c) Nos. 11–20 Duke Street

(d) Nos. 98–99 Jermyn Street

204. South side of Pall Mall in 1907. L.C.C. photograph

205. New Schomberg House, Nos. 80–82 Pall Mall

206. Old Schomberg House, Nos. 80–82 Pall Mall

(a) Pall Mall front in c. 1850. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Council's collection

(b), (c) Pall Mall front and porch in 1907. L.C.C. photographs

207. Old Schomberg House, Nos. 80–82 Pall Mall

(a) No. 80, west closet wing. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H. M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Nos. 80 and 81, south front. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(c) No. 80, staircase

(d) No. 80, chimneypiece. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(e) No. 81, colonnade in entrance hall

208. Old Schomberg House, Nos. 80–82 Pall Mall

(a) No. 81, ceiling, fourth-floor lobby

(b) No. 82, ceiling, first-floor back room

(c) No. 81, fourth-floor lobby

(d) No. 82, first-floor back room

209. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907. L.C.C. photograph

210. Cumberland House, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Ground- and first-floor plans, and elevation. From engravings in Vitruvius Britannicus, ed. Woolfe and Gandon, 1767, vol. IV

(c) Unexecuted elevation by Robert Adam. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 49, No. 12

211. Cumberland House, Pall Mall

(a), (b) First-floor plan, c. 1773, and groundfloor plan, 1785. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 49, Nos. 15, 14

212. Cumberland House, Pall Mall

(a) Section. From an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, ed. Woolfe and Gandon, 1767, vol. IV

(b) Unexecuted design by (Sir) William Chambers. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

213. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a), (b) Entrance hall and music-room. L.C.C. photographs

214. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a), (b) Staircase landing, and second drawing-room. L.C.C. photographs

215. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a), (b) Ante-room, and state bed-chamber. L.C.C. photographs

216. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a) Ceiling, third drawing-room. L.C.C. photograph

(b) Third drawing-room. L.C.C. photograph

217. Cumberland House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a) Ceiling, first drawing-room. L.C.C. photograph

(b), (c) Chimneypieces. L.C.C. photographs

218. Cumberland House, Pall Mall

(a) Design by Robert Adam for alteration of music-room ceiling. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 14, No. 77

(b) Design by Robert Adam for great diningroom ceiling. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 14, No. 79

(c), (d) Music-room and great dining-room ceilings in 1907. L.C.C. photographs

219. Cumberland House, Pall Mall. Unexecuted designs by Robert Adam for drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 49, Nos. 18–20

220. Cumberland House, Pall Mall

(a), (b), (c) Designs by Robert Adam for great dining-room chimneypiece, drawing-room, and boudoir. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 23, No. 148; vol. 49, Nos. 22a, 25b

221. No. 25 Pall Mall, Andrew Millar's house (a)-(e) Plans, elevation and ceiling designs by Robert Adam. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 46, Nos. 15, 18, 19; vol. 11, Nos. 173–4

222. No. 79 Pall Mall, Dr. W. Heberden's house

(a), (b) Elevation and plans. From engravings in Plans, Elevations and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses, by James Paine, 1783, vol. II

223. No. 105 Pall Mall, Hon. Thomas Fitzmaurice's house

(a), (b) Elevation and plans. From engravings in Plans, Elevations and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses, by James Paine, 1783, vol. II

224. Buckingham House, Pall Mall

(a), (b) Elevation before rebuilding, and proposed plan, 1790. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 33, set 1, Nos. 1, 2

(c) Front in 1907. L.C.C. photograph

225. Buckingham House, Pall Mall

(a), (b), (c) Ground- and first-floor plans and elevation. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Miscellaneous drawings, Folio 7, Nos. 59, 60, 62

226. Buckingham House, Pall Mall

(a) Staircase, section. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Miscellaneous drawings, Folio 7, No. 63

(b) Staircase in 1907. L.C.C. photograph

227. Buckingham House, Pall Mall, in 1907

(a), (b) Staircase landing. L.C.C. photographs

228. (a) Nos. 77 and 78 Pall Mall

(b) No. 77 Pall Mall, first-floor front room

229. (a) Nos. 2–4 Pickering Place

(b) No. 5 Pickering Place

230. (a), (b) Nos. 8–12 Cleveland Row

231. No. 9 Cleveland Row

(a) First-floor front room. Copyright Country Life

(b) Bedroom. Copyright Country Life

(c) Dining-room. Copyright Country Life

232. Warwick House, Stable Yard

(a) Ground-floor north-west room

(b) Staircase

233. Cleveland House, Cleveland Row

(a) South front and part of west wing. From an engraving in Antiquities of London, by J. T. Smith, 1791–9

(b) South front. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Soane drawings, drawer 26, set 10 (c), (d) Plan of part of first floor, and view of picture gallery. From engravings in Catalogue Raisonné of the Pictures ... in the Gallery of Cleveland House, 1808, by John Britton (copy in Sir John Soane's Museum)

234. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row. Preliminary designs by Sir Charles Barry

(a), (b) West elevation, and first-floor plan. From drawings in the Barry collection in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

235. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row. Preliminary designs by Sir Charles Barry

(a), (b) South and west elevations. From drawings in the Barry collection in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

236. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row. Penultimate design by Sir Charles Barry

(a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans. From drawings in the Barry collection in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

237. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row.

(a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans. From drawings by Robert Atkinson and Partners

238. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row

(a), (b) South and west fronts

239. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row

(a) South elevation. From a drawing in the Barry collection in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) Porch

240. Staircases by Sir Charles Barry

(a) Reform Club

(b) Bridgwater House. Copyright The Warburg Institute

241. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row

(a), (b) Vestibule, and first-floor corridor. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

242. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row, saloon. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

243. Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row

(a), (b), (c) State dining-room, drawing-room and ante-room. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

244. (a), (b) Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row, State drawing-room, north-west drawing-room. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

(c) Cleveland Row from Green Park. Copyright Gordon Draper

245. Sir Charles Barry's scheme to widen Cleveland Row, 1850. From an engraving in Life and Works of Sir Charles Barry, 1867, by Rev. A. Barry, facing p. 286

246. St. James's Place

(a) Nos. 40–45

(b) Nos. 41–43, closet wings

(c) Nos. 2–7

(d) Nos. 10–15

247. St. James's Place

(a) No. 31

(b) Nos. 28 and 29

(c) No. 31, doorway

(d) Nos. 19 and 20

248. St. James's Place

(a) Nos. 21–26 in 1934. L.C.C. photograph

(b), (c) Ice house on site of No. 21

249. St. James's Place

(a) No. 22 in 1847. From a water-colour in the British Museum, J. W. Archer, Views of London, Portfolio XIII, No. 14

(b) Nos. 21 and 22. Photograph, The National Buildings Record

250. Lord Montfort's proposed house, St. James's Place, west elevation and plan. From a drawing by J. Vardy in the Council's collection

251. Spencer House, St. James's Place, principaland ground-floor plans. From engravings in Vitruvius Britannicus, ed. Woolfe and Gandon, 1767, vol. IV

252. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a) Section. From a drawing by J. Vardy in the Victoria and Albert Museum

(b) Ground-floor plan. From a drawing in the Council's collection

253. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a), (b) West and north fronts. From engravings in the Council's collection

254. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a) View from north-west. From an aquatint in A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster, by Thomas Malton, 1792, plate 96 (dated 1800)

(b) North front. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

255. Spencer House, St. James's Place, west front. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

256. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a) Entrance hall in 1926. Copyright Country Life

(b) Staircase hall. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

257. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a) Staircase compartment in 1926. Copyright Country Life

(b) Staircase soffit. From a drawing by J. Vardy in the Victoria and Albert Museum

258. Spencer House, St. James's Place

(a) Design for dining-room. From a drawing by J. Vardy in the Council's collection.

(b) Dining-room in 1926. Copyright Country Life

259. Spencer House, St. James's Place, in 1926

(a), (b) Lord Spencer's room, alcove and ceiling. Copyright Country Life

260. Spencer House, St. James's Place, in 1926

(a), (b) Small green drawing-room, and great room. Copyright Country Life

261. Spencer House, St. James's Place, great room in 1926. Copyright Country Life

262. Spencer House, St. James's Place, painted room

(a) Design for north wall. From James Stuart drawings in the British Museum, portfolio IIIa

(b) North wall. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

263. Spencer House, St. James's Place, painted room

(a), (b) East wall and apse. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

264. Spencer House, St. James's Place, painted room, apse. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

265. Spencer House, St. James's Place, painted room

(a), (b) Ceiling. Copyright Robert Atkinson and Partners

266. (a) Park Place, south side

(b) No. 9 Park Place

(c) Blue Ball Yard, south side

267. (a), (b) Carlton Mews. Photographs, The National Buildings Record

268. (a) No. 6 St. James's Street

(b) No. 3 St. James's Street

269. (a) Nos. 181–184 Piccadilly. Reproduced by permission from a drawing in possession of Fortnum and Mason Ltd.

(b) Nos. 181–184 Piccadilly and 22–27 Duke Street

270. Nos. 10 St. James's Street and 20–21 King Street

(a), (b) King Street elevation, and groundfloor plan. From plans in the Public Record Office (LRRO 1/927). Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(c) North-west view

271. (a) Nos. 16–17 Pall Mall in 1908. L.C.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 16–17 Pall Mall, elevation and ground-floor plan. From plans in the Crown Estate Office (rack 84/16)

(c) Ordnance Office, Nos. 83–84 Pall Mall From an engraving in The Builder, 1851, p. 515

272. (a) Nos. 64, 64a Pall Mall and 1–2 St. James's Street

(b) No. 8 King Street

(c) Nos. 85–88 St. James's Street

273. (a) Nos. 2–3 Duke Street

(b) No. 196 Piccadilly

(c) No. 120 Pall Mall

(d) Nos. 67–68 Pall Mall

274. (a) Nos. 70–72 Jermyn Street and 21–24 Bury Street

(b) No. 112 Jermyn Street

275. (a) Nos. 16–17 St. James's Place

(b) Nos. 39–40 Jermyn Street

(c) Nos. 38–42 Duke Street and 2–10 Ryder Street

276. (a) Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place

(b) Nos. 7–8 Park Place

(c) No. 11 Ryder Street

(d) No. 63 St. James's Street

277. (a) Nos. 3 and 7 Cleveland Row

(b) No. 61 St. James's Street

(c) Pall Mall Safe Deposit, St. Alban's Street