Index
K-Z

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1970

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370-388

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'Index: K-Z', Survey of London: volume 36: Covent Garden (1970), pp. 370-388. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46139 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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b Kearley, C. F. 259

Kearns,—see Hudson and Kearns

Keele, George 301

Keene,—see Duesbury and Keene

Keenes, Rev. C. J. 241

c Keizar,— 79, 79n.

b Kelk, John 157

b Kellett, Jeremie 70, 101n., 102n., 280

Kellie, 1st Earl of 231

Kelly, George 193

c Kelly, Richard 109n.

b Kemp,— 109n.

b Kendrick, Edward 109n., 111n.

Kenmure, Lord (4th Viscount Kenmure) 8n., 152

b Kennard,— 105

Kent, (10th) Earl of (Henry Grey) 97

Kent, William 107n.

b Kepp, John 111n.

Kersey, John 265

b Keyes, Walter 102n., 275

Keymer, Francis 94

a Keynes Purchase, E. 259

Keyser, Edmond 91, 306–7

c Keyser, William de 79n.

c Kickins (Kickius), Edward 105

Kilcare, Earl of 97

Killigrew, Thomas 8n., 96

King, Gregory 96, 179

King, Joseph 111n., 156

King, Robert 195

King, Thomas (actor) 153

King, Thomas (auctioneer) 165

King, Thomas (mercer) 156

King, Thomas (painter) 231

King Street 6, 7, 17, 27, 30, 36, 37, 43, 60n., 151–78, 258, 267; fig. 45; Pls. 48a, 55c, 83
-, churchyard gateway 120n., 124
-, first building leases (table) 302–5
-, residents 7–8, 9, 109n., 111n., 152–3, 303, 305

King Street, Individual Buildings
-, Essex Serpent 13n., 153–4
-, Evans's (Green's) Hotel and Music Hall 168, 169n., 178; Pl. 67a
-, Grand Hotel 167, 168
-, Jerome's Coffee House 151
-, Westminster Fire Office 156–8; Pls. 68c, 69a, c
-, No. 1 (former corner with Piazza, west side) 70, 77, 80, 95–6, 97, 302–3; Pls. 12, 13a, 28a, 30a
-, Nos. 1–4 (present corner with Piazza, west side) 82, 153; Pl. 48a
-, No. 2 82, 95, 96, 302–3
-, No. 3 82, 302–3
-, No. 4 82, 153, 302–3
-, Nos. 5–7 153–4, 302–3
-, Nos. 8–10 302–3
-, Nos. 11–14 154, 302–3
-, Nos. 15 16, 154–5, 302–3; fig. 20 (p. 155)
-, Nos. 16–17 262, 302–3
-, Nos. 18–19 302–3
-, Nos. 20–21 262, 302–3
-, No. 22 262
-, Nos. 23–25 304–5; Pl. 50a
-, No. 26 17, 155–6, 304–5; Pls. 50a, 68
-, No. 27 17, 151–2, 156–8, 304–5; Pls. 68c, 69a, c
-, No. 28 17, 156–8, 304–5; Pls. 68c, 69a
-, No. 29–30 17, 158, 304–5; Pls. 68c, 83a
-, No. 31 158–9, 304–5; Pl. 68c
-, No. 32 158–9, 304–5; fig. 21 (p. 159); Pl. 68c
-, No. 33 256, 304–5
-, No. 34 304–5
-, No. 35 152, 160, 304–5; Pl. 69b
-, No. 36 152, 160, 304–5; Pls. 69b, 82a
-, No. 37 16, 152, 160–5, 304–5; figs. 22–4 (pp. 162–4); Pls. 69b, 82
-, No. 38 165, 304–5
-, No. 39 152, 304–5
-, No. 40 152, 165, 304–5
-, No. 41 304–5
-, Nos. 41–42 165–6; Pls. 77b, 83b
-, No. 42 127, 304–5
-, No. 43 11, 84, 96, 166–78, 304–5; figs. 25–30 (pp. 170–4, 177); Pls. 30a, 31b, 44a, 67a, 77–9

King William IV Street 42

King's Arms Stable Yard 267

King's Cross 147

Kingsway 45, 48

Kinnard, George and Elizabeth 93

Kinsey, Stephen 90

b Kinward, Thomas 105

Kirk, John 193

Kirke, George 264, 265

Klee, Dr. Henry 152

Kneller, Sir Godfrey 90

a Knight, — see Spalding and Knight

b Knight, — 105

b Knight, William 78, 10m., 271, 281, 292

Knightley, Lady 96

Knightley, Sir Richard 152

Knoppell, John 107

b Knowlton, John 104n.

Krohn, Dr. Henry 209

Kynaston, Sir Edward 255, 258

Kynaston, Sir Francis 101, 255–8

Kynaston's Alley 267

Kyte, John 297

b Laban, John 108n.

Lacy, Gilbert 159

Lagarene, Michel Caboret 318–19

b Laing, David 153

Lamb, Charles and Mary 193, 193n.

Lamb and Flag 183–4; Pls. 50b, 74d

Lambert, Daniel 319

c Lambert, Maurice 203

a Lander, Bedells and Crompton 18, 140

Lane, John 160, 161

Langford, Abraham 87, 254

Langley, Batty 7, 68, 108, 108n., 111n., 167

Langley, Thomas 197

Langley Court 181, 181n.

b Langmead, Joseph 109n.

b Langmead and Way 249

Lankrink, Prosper Henricus 96

Laroon, Marcellus, the elder 185, 186, 188n.

Laroon, Marcellus, the younger 188n.

Lasenby (e), Richard 284, 309

Lasinby, Richard (1 and 11) 91

Late Joys 169n.

Laud, William 99, 100, 100n., 103, 258

a Launce, Nicholas 38, 39n., 107, 316–17, 318, 320–1

Laurence, Herbert 233

Laurence, Dr. Thomas 196

a Lavender, Joseph 249

c Laverdet, — see Marc-Henri and Laverdet

Lawrence, Dr. 187

Lazenby Court 180, 183

Leader, John 316–17, 318–19

b Lee, Luke 102n., 273

Lee, Widow 297

Leemput, Remigius Van 10, 254, 263

Leg Alley 181

Leghorn(Piazza d'Arme) 64, 65, 67; fig. 2 (p. 65)

Leicester, 3rd Earl of 24n.

Leicester Square 24n., 83

Leigh, Elizabeth 317

Leigh, George 153, 197

Leigh and Sotheby 153, 197

Lely, Sir Peter 82, 88, 96

Lennox, 4th Duke of 103

Lennox, 6th Duke of 97

Lenoy, Sophia 87

Lenoy's Coffee House 87

Leopold, Prince (Duke of Albany) 238

Lepard and Smith 158

Lepeire, Sebastian (Monsieur Sebastian) 253, 295

Le Sueur, Hubert 125

Leveridge, Richard 218, 317

Leveridge's Coffee House 218

Leverland, Gervase 209, 210

Levy-Lawson, Edward (1st Lord Burnham) 249

Lewes, — 305

Lewes, Charles Lee 188

b Lewin, Abraham 38n.

Lewis, David 179

Lewis, William Thomas 188

Lewkenor, Christopher 187

Lewtener, Christopher 187

Leyenberg, Sir James Barkman 97

Licensed Victuallers' Gazette 210

Licensed Victuallers' Mirror 210

Liddell, Colonel George 153

Light, Richard 303

b Limbird, M. 214

b Limbird, W. 233

Limerick, Thomas 297

Lincoln's Inn Fields 28, 80

Linley, Thomas 209

b Linton, Robert 73, 78, 290

Lion's head letter-box 90, 168, 168n.

Lister, Colonel Thomas 231

Lister, Sir William 187, 265

Little,— 110, 110n.

Little, Charles 110n.

a Little, Thomas 157

Little Bennett's Court 22

Little Chandos Street 19, 27, 267

Little Denmark Court 22, 225

Little Exeter House 223; Pl. 10

Little Hart Street 180

Little Piazza see under Piazza

Little Russell Street 24, 27, 28, 29, 192, 193, 269, 308–9

Littleton, Lady 152

Littleton, Sir Thomas 96, 307

Litton, Sir William 231

Lloyd,— 313

Lloyd, Captain David 187

Lloyd, Joshua 319

Lloyd George, David 49, 50, 143

Lochee, — 165

a Locke and Nesham 154

a Lockwood and Mawson 258, 259

a Lockyer, James 235

Loddington, Bedford 235

Lodging houses see Hotels and lodging houses

Loftus, Sir Adam 152

London, Bishop of see also Juxon, William and Laud, William 53, 55, 62, 101, 102n., 103, 105, 127, 224

London, City of 142, 258
-, Corporation of 129, 139, 145
-, water supply 31–2, 102, 207, 280

London and County Banking Company Ltd. 234, 239

London Assurance, The 158

London Building Acts see under Parliament

London Corresponding Society 225–6

London County Council 14, 45, 48, 142–3, 144, 209, 219, 250

London Gaslight Company 210

London Master Builders' Association 262

London School Board 62

a Long.—see Wylson and Long

b Long, John (bricklayer) 69, 101n., 276

b Long, John (plumber) 109n.

Long, Robert 231

Long, Solomon 319

Long, William (speculator) 38–9, 316–17

Long, William (tavern-keeper) 200

Long Acre 1, 19, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 33, 35, 43, 88, 109n., 137, 180, 181, 183, 266, 267–9; fig. 1 (p. 20)

Long Alley 264

Long Parliament, members resident in Covent Garden 7–8, 54, 96–7, 152, 179, 187, 197, 201, 231, 254, 265

Longueville, William 187

c Lonsdale, W. 122n.

c Lord,— 105, 105n.

Love, James 311

Lovejoy, Matthew 92

Lovejoy's Bagnio 84, 92

Lovelace, John (3rd Baron Lovelace) 187

Low, David 167

Lowe, David 167n.

Lower, Dr. Richard 152, 187

Lucas, Lord (1st Baron Lucas) 8n., 96

Lucas, Martha 313

b Lucas Brothers 258

Ludlam, Ann 317

Lumley Court 240, 243

Lumpton, Lady 265

Lumsden, Nathaniel 295

Lupton, Stephen 200

Luttrell, Edward 231

a Lutyens, Sir Edwin 18, 219, 220, 221

a Lutyens, Robert, and Greenwood 220

Lyceum Theatre (formerly English Opera House) 43, 223n., 227

a Lyming, Robert 267

Macclesfield, 1st Earl of 96

MacDonnell, J. H. 209

Machin, Joseph 319

b Mackell, John 111n., 157n.

Macklin, Charles 80, 83, 88–9, 188, 222

Macklin's Coffee House 88

Mackmurdo, A. H. 209

Macmillan, Alexander 232, 254, 260

Macmillan, Daniel 254

Macmillan and Company 254, 260, 262

Maiden Lane see also Southampton Court 6, 24, 27, 38, 47, 207, 239–52, 270; fig. 45
-, residents 109n., 111n., 124n., 240–1, 321

Maiden Lane, Individual Buildings
-, see also Adelphi Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre
-, Bedford Head Tavern and Coffee House 41, 241
-, Cider Cellar Tavern 241
-, Corpus Christi R.C. Church 217, 241–3; Pl. 62a
-, Godfrey's Laboratory 215–18; Pl. 56
-, Moreing's Auction Room 241
-, Synagogue 241
-, Three Compasses Tavern 241
-, Nos. 1–2 320–1
-, No. 3 138, 215–18, 312–13; Pl. 56
-, No. 4 320–1
-, No. 9 241
-, Nos. 9–10 243, 245; Pl. 66b
-, Nos. 13–14 (Peacock) 13n., 241
-, Nos. 16–17 245
-, Nos. 18–19 240, 246, 249
-, No. 20 240, 249; Pl. 66a
-, No. 21 241
-, Nos. 23–24 250; Pl. 71d
-, No. 25 240, 262–3; Pl. 71d
-, No. 26 241, 294–5; Pl. 57b
-, No. 27 240, 294–5; Pl. 57b
-, Nos. 28–30 236, 294–5
-, Nos. 31–32 236
-, No. 32 240
-, No. 33 250
-, Nos. 34–35 (Rule's Restaurant) 250–1
-, No. 36 250
-, Nos. 36–39 (Sussex Mansions) 251
-, No. 37 240
-, No. 38 251
-, No. 41 (Henri's Bedford Head) 241
-, No. 42 17, 251–2, 320–1
-, No. 43 320–1
-, No. 44 312–13

Major, Thomas 222

Mallaby-Deeley, Sir Harry 50–1

Mallard, E. 303

Maltby, Richard 89

Manby, Charles 247

Manchester, Countess of 97

c Mander, N. P., Ltd. 122

b Mandey, Venterus 206

Manning, Archbishop 241

b Manning, Edmund 102n., 273

Mansell, Lady 96

b Mansfield, G., and Son 118, 155, 157

b Mantle, William 167n.

Manto, Duncan 299

Manton, Dr. Thomas 6n., 103, 105, 152

Marchant, Humphrey 299

c Marc-Henri and Laverdet 203

Market House (public house) 193

a Markham, J. H. 194

c Marot, Daniel 169n.

Marquis Court 44, 45, 48

Marquis of Anglesea (public house) 13n., 187

b Marsh, Erasmus 102n., 272, 277

Mart Street 52, 86, 184

Marter, Edward 87

Martin, Richard 297, 301, 311

b Martin, Thomas 39n., 314–15

b Martin, William 274

Martlett Court 48, 190, 191

Marvell, Andrew 241

Mary, Princess (d. of Charles I) 257

Marygold Court 22

Mason, Michael 255–6, 258, 295

b Mason, William 71, 78, 101n., 102, 102n., 108n., 274, 282, 294–5

Mathew, Morgan 160

Mathewe, Gabriell 305

Mathews, C. J. 247

Mathews, Charles 246–7

a Mathews, D. Jefferiss 235

Mathews, Sir Philip 231

Mathews, (Thomas) 231

b Mathews, William 104n.

Matthews,— see Wilkinson and Matthews

Maunde,— see Austen, Maunde and Tilson

b Mawley, Edward 157n.

Mawley Hall (Shropshire) 176

a Mawson, — see Lockwood and Mawson

Maxfeilde, Captain 197

May, Dr. Edward 255, 256, 257, 305

May's Buildings 267

c Mayhew,— see Ince and Mayhew

a Mayhew, Charles 157, 157n.

a Mayhew, J. G. 156

c Mears and Company 109n.

Meath, (2nd) Earl of 97

Medhurst, John 268n.

Melcombe, 1st Baron 97

Melville, Dr. 209

Mendes, Moses 153, 165

Mercers' Company 24, 180, 267, 269

b Meredith,— 109n.

Merriott, Monsieur Amy 187

Metropolitan Board of Works 43, 44, 137, 138, 139, 142, 249, 261, 263, 267

Metropolitan Commission of Sewers 44

Metropolitan Police 60, 138, 142, 189

a Mewès and Davis 169

Meyer, Jeremiah 222

Michell, Richard 236

Middlesex Hospital 61

Mile End (Trinity Almshouses) 38

Miles, Edward 187

Miles's Coffee House 187

Miller, Sir John 152

c Miller, Thomas 102n., 280

b Miller and Boucock 109n.

Milleson, Lady 187

Millet, Bridgett 303

Millingen, John Gideon 254

Mills, John 201

Millward, Captain 254

Millyson, Lady 182

Milner, Jeremiah 321

Milton, Lord (2nd Earl Fitz William) 209, 210

Minchen, John 303

c Minnitt, John 157n.

b Minter, F. G., Ltd. 203

b Mist, John 38n., 131n.

b Mist, Mary, and Son 109n.

Mitchells, John 296

Mitchells (paving stones) 71, 275, 282

Mohun, Major Michael 187, 193

Molesworth, Dr. Coats 188

Monmouth House, Soho Square 168n.

Monro, George 169

Monro House 15

Monson, Lord (William, Viscount Monson) 8, 197, 231, 299

Montagu, Edward Wortley 96

Montagu, Walter 96, 305

Montague, Edward 96

Montague, H. J. 243

Moone, Major 193

Moore, Lady 265

Moore, Major 182

Moore, John 91

b Moore, Richard 272

Moran, Charles 90

Mordaunt, Henry (2nd Earl of Peterborough) 96

Mordaunt, John (1st Earl of Peterborough) 96, 305

Mordington, 4th Baron 96, 188

Moreing's Auction Room 241

Moreton, Thomas 301

Morland, Sir Samuel 152

Morley, Dr. Charles 153

Morris, Gouverneur 168n.

Morris, Howell 299

b Morter, James 239

Mortimer, John 254

Morton, Thomas 151

Moseley, William 262

Moser, George Michael 179

Moser, Michael 179

Mosley, Charles 241

Moss Brothers 262

Mostyn, Colonel John 188

Mouldsworth, Colonel 201

Mount, The see under Piazza

Mountick, Sir William 187

Mountnorris, 1st Baron 231

Mountreavor, Lord 152

a Munt, William 88

Murray, Thomas 96

Musaeum Minervae 254–8

Muscree (Muskerry), Viscountess 96

Musical Plays Ltd. 250

Musicians see Composers and musicians

Mutch,— 124n.

Nabbes, Thomas 99, 322

Nag's Head 13n., 180

Naisby, William 91

National Federation of Building Trades Employers, London Region 262

National School of St. Martin in the Fields 61

National Society 63n.

National Sporting Club 169

National Telephone Company 47n.

Neasby, William 91

Neatby, W. J. 122n.

Nell Gwynne Tavern 249

Nelson, Robert 294–5

a Nelson and Innes 159

Nesbeth, Dr. 193

a Nesham, — see Locke and Nesham

Neville, George (Archbishop of York) 19, 21

New Cavendish Street (No. 34) 238n.

New Club (King Street) 169

New Exchange Row 264

New Hummums Coffee House, Tavern and Hotel 92–3; Pl. 47a

New Players' Theatre 169

New Row (formerly Street) 6, 267, 268

c Newman, James 105

Newmarket (Prince's Lodging) 29

Newnes, Frank 219

Newnes, Sir George 219

Newnes, George, Ltd. 221

Newport, 1st Earl of 97, 201

News of the World printing house 46n., 226

Newton, William 28, 30, 230, 300–1

Nicholas, Louis 51, 52

Nicholas, Sir Oliver 32

a Nicholl, S. J. 251

Nicholls, S. Jo 317

Nichols, Anthony 231

Nine Elms 147

Nisbeth, Dr. 265

c Nix, George 151, 167n.

Norgate, — see Williams and Norgate

Norman, Samuel 152

Norris, Sir John 96

Norris, Richard 225

b Norris, Richard 132n.

Norris, Thomas 299

Norris, William 193

North, Lady 96

North, Dudley (3rd Baron North) 264

North, Roger 96

Norton, Lady 201

Norton, George 303

Norton, Sir Gregory 152

Norton, Lady Martha 152

Nottingham, 3rd Earl of 179

b Nunne, John 102n., 273

c Nurce (Nurse),— 104, 104n.

b Oak(e)ley, Francis 107n., 314–15

O'Brien, Murrough (1st Earl of Inchiquin) 97

c Oetzmann and Company 93

Office of Works see under Works

Offley, William Cornelius 231

Offley's 231

a Ogborne, Sir William 38

Old Bell (public house) 226, 228–9

Old Hummums Hotel 93, 138, 139; Pl. 47a, b

Old Red Lion 91

Oldfield, Ann(e) 209, 312–13

Oldfield, Henry 254

Oldis, Valentine 231

Oldisworth, Arnold and Edward 225n.

Oldys, Dr. William 185

Oliphant, Lady 188

b Oliphant, Lancelot 108n.

Onslow, Arthur 98

Onslow, Sir Richard 98n.

Opera Tavern 203–4; Pl. 67b

Orby, Sir Thomas 96, 152

Ordinances of Parliament see under Parliament

Orford, Lord (Edward Russell, 1st Earl of Orford) 166, 166n., 177

Ormrod, Alexander L. 51

Orpe, Sir Thomas 152

b Osborne, Benjamin 109n., 111n.

Osborne, Sir John 231

Otowy, Roger and Joan 21

b Outing, William 28, 29, 87, 104n., 306–7

Overy, Captain David 187

Owen,— 193n.

Owen, John 303

Oxford, Countess of 152

Oxford, 20th Earl of 96

Packe, Dr. Edmund 209

Paget, William (6th Baron Paget) 96, 304–5

Pagett, Dorothy 319

a Paine, James (the elder) 16, 94, 154, 160

Painter Stainers' Company 98n.

Pall Mall 215

Palmer, Edward 29n., 77, 95, 230, 271, 300–1

a Palmer, Edward 61

Palmer, Robert 61, 188

b Pangbourne, Thomas 102n., 271, 274

b Papworth, — 109n.

b Papworth, Thomas 157n.

Paris Tavern 7

a Parker, Charles 62, 137, 159, 160

c Parker, J. C. 157n.

Parker, John (cordwainer) 28, 296–7, 305

Parker, John (yeoman) 300–1, 302

Parker, Phillip 310

Parker, Sir Selwin 152

Parker Street, St. Giles in the fields (school) 127

Parkhurst, Sir William 97

c Parlanti 214

Parliament, Acts of (general)
-, Acts of 1707 and 1709 (London building) 39, 222

Parliament, Acts of (relating to Covent Garden)
-, Act of 1641 (Bedford estate settlement) 34
-, Act of 1660 (confirming parochial status) 54–5, 60, 105, 127
-, Act of 1736 (watch) 60
-, Act of 1775 (workhouse) 61
-, Act of 1783 (paving, cleansing, lighting) 60
-, Act of 1788 (church repair) 109, 126
-, Act of 1789 (church repair) 109
-, Act of 1796 (church rebuilding) 110, 111
-, Act of 1813 (market tolls) 133, 135
-, Act of 1828 (market rebuilding) 135, 145, 147
-, Act of 1829 (vestry regulation) 58–9
-, Act of 1831 (Wellington Street) 226, 227
-, Act of 1857 (Garrick Street) 43
-, Act of 1875 (Bedfordbury) 263
-, Act of 1876 (Bow Street Police Court) 190
-, Act of 1961 (Market Authority) 15, 145, 147; fig. 18 (p. 146)
-, Act of 1966 (market removal) 147

Parliament, Ordinances of 54, 127

Parliamentary elections 132–3; Pl. 34b

a Parnell, Charles Octavius 229

c Parr, Edward 106

Parry, Captain 254

c Parsons, J. H. 247

Partridge, Sir Edward 152

Partridge, John 152, 231

Paterson, John 315

Paterson, Samuel 165

b Patrick, M., and Son 238

Patrick, Simon 103, 105

Pattison, James 301

Pattison, Robert 297

Paul, Lady Catherine 187

Paulet, John (5th Marquis of Winchester) 8n., 96

Paulin, Thomas 264

Payler, Major 197

b Payne, Benjamin 39n., 312–13, 316–17, 320–1

Payton, Sir Edward 187, 297

Peabody Donation Fund 267

Peabody Estate (Bedfordbury) 263, 264, 265, 267

Peabody Trust 263

Peacock 13n., 241

b Pearce, Matthew 84

b Pearse, — 108n.

c Pearson, William 109n.

Pearson's Weekly 237

c Peirce (Perce), Edward 69, 101n., 279

Pellatt, Dr. Thomas 153, 209, 234

Pelletier, — 321

Pembroke, (3rd) Earl of 268; fig. 1 (p. 20)

Pembroke, 4th Earl of 28

Pennethorne, Sir James 227, 228

a Pennington and Bridges 236

Penrudick, Captain 241

b Penson, Peter (Peeter) 69, 70, 101n., 102, 279

Peper, John 22

Pepys, Samuel 130

c Perce (Peirce), Edward 69, 101n., 279

Perrin, Lady 299

b Perritt (Perrott), William 40, 40n.

b Perry and Company 251

Peterborough, Countess of (w. of 2nd Earl) 97

Peterborough, 1st Earl of 96, 305

Peterborough, 2nd Earl of 96

a Petite, — 105

b Peto Brothers 93

Petre, William (4th Baron Petre) 97

Petty, Richard 312–13, 320–1

Pharoe, Henry 303

Philips, Jo 319

Philips, John 179

Philipson, Dr. 219

a Phillips, — 108

b Phillips, — 132n.

b Phillips, Mrs. 108n.

Phillips, James 57, 58, 59

Phillips, John 179

b Phillips, John 38n., 39n., 131n., 316–17, 318–19, 320–1

b Phillips, Leonard 264

b Phillips, Thomas 132n.

a Phillips, W. R. 210

a Phipps, C. J. 243, 247

Phiske, Dr. Nicholas 255, 256, 257, 258, 309

Phoenix Alley 181

Physicians and surgeons resident in Covent Garden 92, 96–7, 152–3, 179, 187–8, 193, 197, 209, 219, 231, 234, 254, 258, 264

Piazza see also Covent Garden Market 6–7, 10, 14, 15, 31, 60, 64–97, 119, 267, 282–92, 304–8, 322; fig. 45; Frontispiece, Pls. 1, 11–13, 15b, 20, 21a, 26–36, 39, 41c, 42b, 44–9
-, architecture
-, authorship 2n., 25, 28
-, original form 5, 64–76, 80, 95
-, subsequent alterations 39, 80–2, 83, 85, 86
-, balconies (purgulas) 70, 80, 322
-, central area (pre-1705) 79–80, 129–30
-, column 79, 131
-, external facing of buildings 81
-, first building leases (table) 304–8
-, 'Great' and 'Little' Piazzas, designation of 77, 77n.
-, level, rise in 68, 108
-, Little Piazza, rebuilding 1769 81; Pls. 31a, 32, 47a
-, model houses (north-east range) 31, 71–6, 78; figs. 4–5 (pp. 74–5)
-, building accounts of 282–92
-, Mount, The 79, 80
-, Parliamentary elections in 132–3; Pl. 34b
-, portico houses 5, 7, 71–6, 77–8, 80, 81, 282–92; Pls. 11, 13a, 30b, 31–3
-, portico walk (arcades) 71–2, 78, 81, 83, 166, 282, 284, 285, 290; Pls. 30b, 32–3, 45c
-, door to No. 43 King Street 167, 168, 178; Pl. 45b
-, puppet and other shows in 130, 132
-, residents (lists of) 96–7, 305, 307
-, social character 7, 8, 9, 11, 36, 82–4, 131–3

Piazza, Individual Buildings
-, North side
-, see also Covent Garden Theatre and Floral Hall
-, Bedford Chambers 5, 52, 81–2, 85–6; Pls. 45a, 49a
-, Britannia Tavern 84–5; Pl. 44c
-, Callaghan's Coffee House 87
-, Clunn's Hotel 84, 85
-, Corsbie's Coffee House 91
-, Gordon Hotel 84, 85
-, Haddock's Bagnio 84, 87
-, Lenoy's Coffee House 87
-, Macklin's Coffee House 88
-, Piazza Chambers (Mart Street) 52, 82, 184
-, Piazza (Great Piazza) Hotel and Coffee House 89
-, Richardson's Hotel 84; Pl. 44a, b
-, Tavistock Hotel 11, 81, 86, 87, 88; Pl. 45a
-, Wine Vaults 84
-, Wood's Hotel 84
-, for westernmost house see King Street, No. 43
-, Nos. 1–3 Great Piazza 81, 83, 84, 85, 96, 304–5; Pl. 44
-, No. 4–5 Great Piazza 83, 86–8, 96, 304–5
-, No. 6–7 Great Piazza 81, 83, 86–8, 96, 306–7
-, Nos. 8, 9–10 Great Piazza 86–8, 96, 306–7
-, No. 10–11 Great Piazza 80, 88–9, 96, 306–7
-, No. 12 Great Piazza 8, 80–1, 89, 96, 306–7; Pl. 30b

East side
-, Bedford Coffee House 83, 89, 90
-, Bedford Hotel 90–1
-, Corsbie's Coffee House 91
-, Hat and Beaver Coffee House 91
-, Hummums Bagnio 84, 91–2
-, Hummums Hotel 82, 93
-, Lovejoy's Bagnio 84, 92
-, New Hummums Coffee House, Tavern and Hotel 92–3; Pl. 47a
-, Old Hummums Hotel 93, 138, 139; Pl. 47a, b
-, Old Red Lion 91
-, Piazza Tavern 91
-, Rockley's 93
-, Russell Chambers 52, 82, 91, 93; Pl. 49b
-, Russell Hotel and Coffee House 84, 91; Pl. 41c
-, Salter's 91
-, Sam's Coffee House 91
-, Shakespeare (Shakespeare's Head) Tavern and Coffee House 90
-, Tavistock Coffee House and Public Breakfast Room 94
-, Will's Coffee House 185
-, No. 13–14 Great Piazza (Edward Sydenham's) 54, 72–6, 77, 78, 83, 89–90, 96–7, 282–92 passim, 306–7; figs. 4–5 (pp. 74–5)
-, No. 15 Great Piazza 90, 97
-, Nos. 16–17, 18–19 Great Piazza (Sir Edmund Verney's) 54, 72–6, 77, 78, 90–1, 97, 282–92 passim, 306–7; figs. 4–5 (pp. 74–5)
-, Nos. 1–2 Little Piazza 91, 92–3, 94, 97, 306– 307; Pls. 31a, 47a
-, No. 3 Little Piazza 91–2, 93, 97, 306–7; Pls. 31a, 47a
-, No. 4 Little Piazza 91, 92, 93, 94, 97, 306–7; Pls. 31a, 47b
-, South side
-, see also Bedford House, garden and garden wall; Tavistock Row; Henrietta Street, Nos. 1–4 6, 64, 65n., 76, 77, 78–9; Pl. 46
-, West side
-, see also Henrietta Street, No. 34 (present) and No. 37 (former); King Street, No. 1 (former) and Nos. 1–4 (present); St. Paul's Church 70; Pls. 12, 13a

Piazza Chambers (Mart Street) 52, 82, 184

Piazza d'Arme (Leghorn) 64, 65, 67; fig. 2 (p. 65)

Piazza (Great Piazza) Hotel and Coffee House 89

Piazza Tavern 91

Piccadilly Hotel 50

Pickering, Lady 241

Pickering, Sir Gilbert 254

Pied Friars 21

Pigott, Adam 131

Pigou, Frederick 254

Pike, Miss 154

a Pilditch, P. E. 180, 224

a Pilkington, A. J. 111, 120, 120n., 122, 153

b Pilton, James 157n.

Pinchbeck, Colonel John 152, 254

b Pincke, John 38n., 39n., 207, 312–13, 314–15

Pindar, Sir Paul 98n.

Pitcher, Thomas 186

b Pitcher Construction Company 250

Pitt, James (men's outfitter) 58n., 59n.

Pitt, James (peruke-maker) 86, 87

Pitt, William 110, 110n.

Place Dauphine (Paris) 65

Place Royale now Place des Vosges (Paris) 5, 65, 82

Plague of 1636–7 257n., 258

Plater (Playters), Sir William 97, 179

Platt, Henry 311

Players' Theatre Club 169, 169n.

Playters (Plater), Sir William 97, 179

Plucknett, George 302–3, 306–7

b Plucknett, George 85

Plunket, Christopher 317

Pocock, John Wright and William 210

a Poland, Charles 237

Police Station see under Bow Street

a Pollard, H. E. 236

b Pollard, Robert 264

Pond, Arthur 97

Poole, Edward 152

b Poole, John 101n., 102, 277

Poor Law Commissioners 59

Pope, Hugh 304–5

Porcupine , The 209

Porson, Richard 241

a Porter, F. W. 157

Porter, Mary 179

Porter, Samuel 103

Portland, (1st) Earl of 125

Portland, 2nd Earl and Countess of 126

Portlock, Benjamin 317

Post Office (Supplies Department Headquarters) 260–1; Pl. 63a

Powell, Benjamin 315

Powell, Elizabeth and William 97

Powis, Lord (1st Baron Powis) 231, 299

Powis, Lord (2nd Marquess of Powis) 96

Powle, Henry 187

a Pownall, Frederick Hyde 241

b Pratt, Thomas or William 104n.

b Prestige, Edward 40n.

c Price,— 108

Price, Francis 111, 111n.

Price, Captain James 209

c Price, William, junior 108

Priestley, J. B. 203

b Prigg, Amos 104n.

b Prince, John, junior 38, 38n., 39, 39n., 107n., 167n., 312–13, 314–15, 316–17

Prince's Lodging (Newmarket) 29

Princess's Theatre (Oxford Street) 249

Privy Council 7, 26, 27, 31, 32, 53, 99, 103, 104, 127, 200, 255, 258, 267, 268

Proctor, Thomas 241

Prostitution see Brothels and prostitution

Prothero, Rowland (Lord Ernle) 49, 143

Prynne, William 7, 8, 27–8, 99, 103

Public Buildings and Works, Ministry of 191

Public Houses see Taverns and public houses

Publishers see Booksellers and publishers

Pugh, Griffith 317

Pulford, John 31

b Pullen, Thomas 306–7

Pulteney, William 264

Punch 139, 139n., 142

Punch (puppet) 130n.

a Purchase, E. Keynes 259

Purgulas see Balconies

b Purkiss, W.T.

Putnam, G. P., and Sons 254

Pye, Sir Edmund (Edward) 8n., 96, 307

Pye, Lady Katherine 96

Pyles, John 319

Queen Victoria Street (Savings Bank) 261

Queen's Head (Charles Street) Pl. 54a

Queen's Head (Tavistock Row) 222

Queen's House, Greenwich 69

Quin, James 254

Quincey, Thomas de 198

Racing Illustrated 219

Rackett, Thomas 160

Rackett, Rev. Thomas 160

Radcliffe (Ratcliffe), Lady 152

Radcliffe, Dr. John 187

Ramsay, Robert 304–5

Randolf, Richard 21

Randolph, Dr. 58

Ransom's siliceous stone 156

Rant, Dr. William 96

Ratcliffe (Radcliffe), Lady 152

b Rathbone, (Captain) Thomas 39n., 107, 314–15, 318–19

Rawthmell, John 231

Rawthmell's Coffee House 231

Ray, Francis 313

Read, James 189

Red Lion (public house) 91

Red Lion Court (now Broad Court) 40, 186, 269

Red Lion Court (off Russell Court) 48

Red Lion Inn 186

Red Rose Street 183, 268

Reeve, Lovell Augustus 232

Reeve, Richard 301

Regent Street 158, 218

Regicides resident in Covent Garden 7–8, 96, 152, 265

Relhan, Anthony 209

Retail shops and trades see also Covent Garden Market 9, 46, 83, 151, 152, 178, 179, 181, 183, 185, 192, 195, 197, 200, 209, 218, 222, 225, 230, 231, 253, 254, 263, 264, 265

b Reviss, John 107n.

a Rhodes, Henry 182, 227, 228

Rich,— 83

Rich, John and Priscilla 90, 97, 188

Richards, James 264

Richards, John (of Bow Street) 188

Richards, John (of Southampton Street) 210

Richards, John Inigo 188

Richardson, Lady 254

a Richardson, Professor Sir Albert 158, 169

Richardson, Charles 84, 168

Richardson, Sir Henry 168

Richardson, Jeremy 301

Richardson, Walter 168

Richardson, William 299

Richardson's Hotel 84; Pl. 44a, b

Richmond, 3rd Duke of 97

Rider, Captain or Richard see Ryder

b Rider, John 78, 291

a Ridge, A. M. 154

Ridgeway, Peter 169

Ridley, Elizabeth and Martha 314–15

Ridley, Dr. Humphrey 187

Rigg, John 92

Rigg, John Henry 92, 93, 94

Riley, W. E. 219

a Rivers, E. G. 261

Rivet(t), John 126, 126n.

b Roberts, A., and Company 194

Robertson, William Wybrow 243

Robins, George Henry 88

Robins, Henry 87

a Robinson,— 108n.

Robinson, James (fl. 1709–10) 321

Robinson, James (fl. 1833) 186, 187n.

Robinson, Mary 222

b Robinson, Thomas 85

Roche, Garrard 57, 58

Rochester, 1st Earl of 97

Rockley, John 93

Rockley's 93

Rodwell, George Herbert Buonaparte 246

Rodwell, J. T. G. 246

Roehampton 125, 126

Roettiers, James 179

Rogers, Robert 158, 182

a Rogers, William R. 85, 138

Rolphe, George 311

Rolt, Samuel 210, 211, 312–13

Roman Catholics in Covent Garden 7, 28

Rose Street 137, 182–4, 268; fig. 1 (p. 20); Pl. 50b

Rose Street, Individual Buildings
-, Cooper's Arms 183–4
-, No. 33 (Lamb and Flag) 183–4; Pls. 50b, 74d
-, Nos. 34–36 157

Rose Tavern and Coffee House 200

Rosel Church (Normandy) 22

Ross, Lady 219

Ross, David 188

Rottier, James 179

Routledge, Warne and Routledge 260

Rowe, Nicholas 153

b Rowlands, E. 237

b Rowlandson, Richard 102n., 273, 280

a Rowley, J. H. 168

Rowley, John 314–15, 315n.

Royal Arcade (Old Bond Street) 218

Royal Commission on Market Rights and Tolls 129, 142, 143

Royal Institute of British Architects 168

Royal Opera House see Covent Garden Theatre

Royal Panopticon Institute of Science 226

Royal Society of Arts 231

Royalists in Covent Garden 7, 8, 8n.

Ruddell family 91

Rugg, Thomas 152

Ruinart, James, and Sons 210

Rule, Benjamin 250–1

Rule's Restaurant 250–1

Rummer Tavern 231

Runciman Committee 145

a Runtz, Ernest 249

b Rushie (Rushin), Thomas 271, 291

b Russell, Israel 40n.

Russell Chambers 52, 82, 91, 93; Pl. 49b

Russell Court 44, 45, 48

Russell family see also Bedford, Earls and Dukes of 9, 19, 22, 78, 101, 127
-, arms 149
-, motto 9, 10
-, settlement of 1640–1 8, 34

Russell family, Individual Members
-, Anne (w. of 1st Earl) 22
-, Anne (grand-d. of 2nd Earl) 205
-, Anne (w. of 3rd Duke) 107, 107n.
-, Catherine (w. of 4th Earl) 34, 199
-, Edward, 3rd Earl of Bedford 23, 24, 25, 205, 225n., 240, 267, 268
-, Edward (s. of 4th Earl) 34, 127, 192, 195, 197, 199; fig. 1 (p. 20)
-, Edward (s. of 5th Earl) 96
-, Edward, 1st Earl of Orford (grand-s. of 4th Earl) 166, 166n., 177
-, Elizabeth (grand-d. of 2nd Earl) 205
-, Elizabeth (w. of 2nd Duke) 37, 39
-, Francis, 2nd Earl of Bedford 22, 23, 24, 35, 185, 205
-, Francis (s. of 2nd Earl) 23, 24
-, Francis, 4th Earl of Bedford 1, 2, 3, 18, 24, 25, 34, 41, 98, 99, 100, 100n., 102, 102n., 240, 255, 274
-, and the development of Covent Garden 6, 25– 34 passim, 53, 54, 78, 79, 98–104 passim. Francis, 4th Earl and Covent Garden (continued) 120, 124, 127, 165, 199, 230, 253, 263, 267, 268, 271, 282, 294–5
-, Francis (s. of 4th Earl) 34, 97
-, Francis, 5th Duke of Bedford 40, 81, 108, 110, 110n., 167, 186
-, Francis, 7th Duke of Bedford 22, 40, 41, 43, 44, 46n., 62, 118, 137, 224
-, Francis Charles Hastings, 9th Duke of Bedford 40, 46, 47, 47n., 122, 125n., 139, 140, 142, 143
-, architectural policies 14, 46, 81–2, 86, 119, 120
-, George William Francis Sackville, 10th Duke of Bedford 40, 41
-, Hastings, 12th Duke of Bedford 52
-, Henry (great-grandfather of 1st Earl) 22
-, Herbrand Arthur, 11th Duke of Bedford 47n., 48, 49–52 passim, 122, 140, 143, 209
-, James (s. of 5th Earl) 96
-, John, 1st Baron Russell of Chenies and 1st Earl of Bedford 21, 22, 23, 205; fig. 1 (p. 20)
-, John (s. of 4th Earl) 34, 127, 180; fig. 1 (p. 20)
-, John, 4th Duke of Bedford 8, 39–40, 81, 108, 132
-, John, 6th Duke of Bedford 12, 40, 41, 42, 43, 57–8, 62, 118, 130, 133, 135n., 136, 168, 168n., 208
-, Rachel (w. of William, Lord Russell) 37
-, Robert (fl. 1637) 127, 303
-, Robert, Lord Russell (s. of 5th Earl) 96, 207
-, William, 1st Baron Russell of Thornhaugh (s. of 2nd Earl) 24, 25
-, William (perhaps 5th Earl and 1st Duke) 127
-, William, 5th Earl and 1st Duke of Bedford 6, 6n., 34, 35, 36, 37, 54, 55, 56, 79, 98n., 104, 130, 131, 186, 205, 263, 264
-, William, Lord Russell (s. of 5th Earl) 37
-, William (brother of 6th Duke) 58
-, William, 8th Duke of Bedford 40, 41, 44, 119, 138
-, Wriothesley, 2nd Duke of Bedford 6, 9, 37, 38, 39, 106, 131, 207
-, Wriothesley, 3rd Duke of Bedford 37, 39, 107, 107n., 131n.

Russell Hotel and Coffee House 84, 91; Pl. 41c

Russell House see Russell Place

Russell Place (formerly Carlisle House; also known as Bedford House and Russell House) 22, 23, 205

Russell Street 27, 40, 77, 83, 189, 192–5, 197, 284, 292; fig. 45; Pl. 49b
-, first building leases (table) 308–9
-, market area 140, 193
-, residents 58n., 83, 111, 111n., 192, 193, 197, 309

Russell Street, Individual Buildings
-, Billiard Table 200n.
-, Button's Coffee House 90, 192
-, Caledonian Coffee House Pl. 54d
-, Flower Market extension 140, 150
-, Goat Tavern 192, 322
-, Hummums Hotel 82, 93
-, Market House (public house) 193
-, Marquis of Anglesea (public house) 13n., 187
-, Miles's Coffee House 187
-, New Hummums Coffee House, Tavern and Hotel 92–3; Pl. 47a
-, Red Lion (Old Red Lion) 91
-, Rockley's 93
-, Rose Tavern and Coffee House 200
-, Russell Hotel and Coffee House 84, 91; Pl. 41c
-, Salter's 91
-, Shakespeare Coffee House and Tavern 90
-, Telephone Exchange 18, 194–5; Pl. 63b
-, Tom's Coffee House 192; Pl. 54c
-, Turk's Head Coffee House 192
-, Will's Coffee House 185
-, Nos. 1–2 193, 296–7
-, Nos. 3–4 193, 298–9
-, No. 5 197n., 308
-, No. 6 192, 308–9
-, No. 7 256, 308–9
-, No. 8 52, 193–4, 308–9; Pl. 55a, b
-, No. 9 52, 193, 308–9
-, No. 10 192, 308–9
-, No. 11 91, 92–3, 306–7
-, Nos. 11–12 (Russell Chambers) 52, 82, 91, 93; Pl. 49b
-, No. 13 91, 193, 306–7
-, Nos. 14–15 193, 308–9
-, No. 16 52, 193, 308–9
-, No. 17 52, 192, 194, 308–9; Pl. 54c
-, No. 18 52, 192, 308–9
-, No. 19 52, 308–9
-, No. 20 52, 185, 192, 193, 193n., 308–9
-, No. 21 52, 185, 193n., 308–9; Pl. 53a
-, No. 22 308–9
-, No. 23 187, 308–9
-, No. 24 192, 308–9

Russian Hotel Pl. 54b

Russian railway bonds 52n.

Ruthen, Lord 231

b Ryder, Richard (I) 29, 30, 267

a Ryder (Rider), Richard (II) sometimes Captain 29, 104, 104n., 105, 193, 206, 207

a Ryder, Richard (III) 29

b Ryder (Rider), Richard (carpenter, either I or II) 101n., 102, 102n., 272, 273, 277, 308–9, 310–11

Ryland, William 193

Sackville, Colonel 187

Sackville, Charles (6th Earl of Dorset) 187

b Saife, William 291

St. Amand, James 97

St. Benet's Church, Paul's Wharf 101n.

St. Catherine Cree Church 103n.

St. Clement Danes Church, rector of 22

St. George's, Hanover Square, Parish 55

St. Giles in the Fields Church, vicar of 103

St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate 50

St. James's Palace (Queen's Chapel) 99

St. James's Square 5, 83

St. John, Lady 201

St. John, Mary, Lady 269

St. John's Church, Horsleydown 111n.

St. John's Court 269

St. Leger, Sir Anthony and Lady 213

St. Loe, Joana 319

St. Margaret's Parish 19

St. Martin's in the Fields Church 41, 98, 102n.
-, vicar 53, 55n., 98, 103

St. Martin's in the Fields Parish 19, 22, 179, 183, 186, 223, 245, 266
-, National Schools 61
-, relations with St. Paul's Chapelry and Parish 53–5, 103

St. Martin's Lane 19, 24, 24n., 32, 33, 42, 43, 239, 261, 266, 267

St. Mary le Strand Mission 41

St. Mary le Strand Parish, parsonage house 195–6

St. Marylebone Parish 55

St. Michael's Church, Burleigh Street 122, 223– 224, 227n.; fig. 40 (p. 224)
-, vicar (minister) 44, 224
-, vicarage house 128, 224–5; Pl. 62b

St. Michael's Church, Sutton Court, Chiswick 224

St. Pancras 61, 144

St. Paul's Cathedral 28, 98n., 100n., 101, 101n., 102, 126; fig. 14 (p. 124)

St. Paul's Chapelry 53–4, 103, 104

St. Paul's Church 3, 5, 8–9, 15, 34, 53, 56, 64, 66–70, 98–128, 133, 271–81; figs. 3, 6–14 (pp. 66, 112–17, 121, 123, 124); Pls. 12–23
-, altar (communion table) and altarpiece (reredos) 70, 100, 100n., 101n., 104, 105, 106, 108, 108n., 109, 111, 118, 119, 122, 123, 275, 280; Pls. 17b, 23
-, architect 101
-, belfry (south-west) wing 68–9, 100, 105, 106, 108, 110, 119, 120, 275–80; passim; Pls. 13b, 15a, 17a, 21b
-, bells 102n., 111, 119, 277, 278, 279, 280
-, bell-turrent (cupola) on main roof 106, 108, 110, 111, 119, 122; Pls. 13, 15a, 17a, 18a
-, benefice (living) and patronage 53, 54, 55, 99, 103, 105, 122
-, building accounts 67, 68, 69–70, 101, 102, 271– 281
-, burial ground (St. Pancras) 61
-, ceiling 69, 99n., 100, 105, 107, 109, 118, 119, 122, 122n., 123, 273, 279; fig. 7 (p. 113); Pls. 17b, 19b, 22
-, chancel and sanctuary 70, 99, 100, 103, 104, 105, 106, 119, 123, 275, 277, 278, 279, 280; Pl. 23b
-, chandeliers and branches 105, 108, 109
-, churchyard 70, 98, 103, 109, 119, 120, 124–6, 230, 271–81 passim; Pls. 17a, 21b
-, Tuscan (east) gateways to 70, 109, 119, 120, 124, 275, 276, 279; Pls. 13a, 14b, 16, 24, 25c
-, clocks 104, 104n., 107, 108, 108n., 111, 118, 124
-, communion rail 70, 100n., 123, 278, 280; fig. 13 (p. 123)
-, communion table see altar
-, cost of first building 102, 103, 271–81
-, crosses on roof 67, 100, 100n., 105, 273, 274, 275, 277, 278, 279; Pl. 12a
-, cupola see bell-turret
-, description, as first built 66–70
-, description, present state 15, 122–4
-, doorways 67, 68, 99, 106, 108, 111, 119, 274–280 passim
-, caves cornice (planseir) 15, 67, 69, 102, 273, 276, 277, 279, 280
-, external facing 15, 67, 68, 69, 99n., 106, 109, 110, 111, 119, 120, 122
-, font 100, 101n., 104, 105, 118, 119, 280
-, galleries 100, 104, 105, 106, 107, 109, 118, 119, 124; Pl. 17b
-, glass 100, 106, 107, 108, 109n., 119, 122, 279
-, 'handsomest barn' anecdote 2, 98, 98n.
-, lighting, gas and electric 118, 122
-, organ and organist 56, 100, 107, 108, 108n., 111, 118, 119, 122, 124, 153
-, orientation 67, 99–100
-, pews 56, 70, 100, 102, 103, 106, 109, 110, 111, 118, 120, 122, 124, 167, 278, 279, 280; Pls. 16, 17b, 22
-, plate 102, 105, 105n.
-, portico (frontispiece, pediment, porch) 15, 66–8, 99, 101n., 102, 104–11 passim, 119, 120, 122, 130n., 273, 275, 276, 277, 279; Pls. 13a, 14, 15b, 16, 18, 20, 21a
-, pulpit and reader's desk 70, 99n., 101, 101n., 102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 111, 119, 123–4, 277, 278, 280; fig. 12 (p. 121); Pls. 17b, 22
-, rectors and other clergy 6n., 36, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 103, 105, 110, 122, 127, 161, 232
-, rectory house 53, 127–8, 224–5, 234
-, reredos see altar
-, roof 6, 102, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109, 111, 111n., 272, 276, 277, 278, 279
-, royal arms 105, 106, 124
-, screen (west end) 109, 119, 122, 124
-, vestry (north-west) wing see also St. Paul's Parish, vestry rooms 68–9, 100, 106, 119, 120, 122, 271, 273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279; Pls. 13b, 15a, 17a, 18a, c, 21b
-, window-openings 68, 69, 106, 109, 111, 119, 272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279

St. Paul's Institute 51, 52, 63

St. Paul's Parish 8, 12, 53–63, 224
-, boundary 22, 35, 53, 54, 55, 183, 264n., 266, 270; Pls. 6, 8, 9
-, churchwardens 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61, 79, 104, 106, 107, 110, 127, 130, 161, 181
-, creation of 54–5
-, overseers of poor 54, 55, 56, 58, 60, 61
-, paving, cleansing and lighting 60, 60n.
-, poor-house see workhouse
-, rate collectors 59
-, rates 36, 54, 54n., 55, 56–7, 60, 61, 107, 109, 110, 127
-, round-house (watch-house) 126, 189
-, scavengers 56, 60
-, schools 12, 61–3, 126–7, 181
-, surveyors (general) 110, 118
-, surveyors (of streets and pavements) 60, 108n., 182, 218
-, vestry and committee of management 8–9, 43, 54, 55–9, 60, 61, 105, 107, 109, 110, 110n., 111, 124n., 125, 125n., 126, 132, 133, 181, 196, 227
-, vestry clerks 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 59n., 160, 226
-, vestry rooms see also St. Paul's Church, vestry wing 53, 56, 57, 108
-, watch 59–60
-, watch-house see round-house
-, workhouse (poor-house) 57, 60–1, 125, 167n., 225

St. Peter's Hospital 235, 238–9; Pl. 62d

Salisbury, 1st Earl of (Sir Robert Cecil) 24, 24n., 29, 223, 267

Salisbury, 2nd Earl of 24n., 32, 268

Salisbury stables (Long Acre) 267

Salt, John 233, 234

Salter, Philip 91

a Salter, Stephen, junior 247

Salter, Walter 255, 256

Salter family 91

Salter's 91

Saltmarsh, — 313

Salutation Tavern 39, 218, 318–19

b Sambach, Gray 39n., 107n., 314–15

Sammon, John 313

b Sam'm)s, Thomas 39n., 316–17

Sam's Coffee House 91

Sanclough, Joan 315

Sancroft, William (Archbishop of Canterbury) 240

Sandall, Francis 303

a Sanderson, John 108

b Sanderson, William 109n.

Sandys, Laetitia (née Tipping) 166

Sandys, Samuel 166

c Sang, Frederick 247

Sans Pareil Theatre see also Adelphi Theatre 245–6

Sartorius, John Nost 254

a Saunders (Sanderson),— 108

Savage, Lord and Lady 97

a Savage, James 223

Savage Club 161, 168

Savile, Thomas (1st Earl of Sussex) 8n., 187, 307

Savings Bank (Queen Victoria Street) 261

Savoy Chapel 7n., 23

Sawyer, John 305

b Sawyer, John 105n.

Scandal of London's Markets , The 142

Scawen, Robert 94, 197, 306–7, 311

a Schaufelberg, Ernest 250

Schools 12, 41, 61–3, 126–7, 181, 226, 241, 256

Schrider, Christopher 107

Scotch Church (Crown Court) 44

Scotland Wharf 273

Scotland Yard 130, 271, 274

Scott, Dr. 188

Scott, Anne 246

Scott, Daniel 188

Scott, Jane Margaret 245

Scott, John 245, 246

Scott, Robert Bissett 201

Scott, Samuel 222, 230; Frontispiece

Scott, Sir Walter 246

b Scrivener and White 232

Scroope, Adrian (d. 1647) 304–5

Scro(o)pe, Adrian (regicide, d. 1660) 8, 265

b Scudamoore, Thomas 101n., 102n., 273, 275

b Seabrooke, Thomas 78, 288

c Seale, J. W. 237

Seamo(u)r, Lord 152

a Searle, Charles Gray 62, 158, 182

Seaton, John 315

Seaton, Sir John 254

Sebastian, Monsieur see Lepiere, Sebastian

Sedgwick, Robert 315

b Sell, John 105n.

Seven Acres, The 19, 21

Seven Dials 138, 138n., 147

a Sewell, Charles 88

Seymour, Edward (1st Duke of Somerset) 21

Seymour, Francis (1st Baron Seymour) 152

Shadwell, Sir John and Lady Ann 165

Shaftesbury, 1st Earl of 254

Shaftesbury, 6th Earl of 58n.

Shaftesbury House, Aldersgate Street 167

Shakespeare (Shakespeare's Head) Tavern and Coffee House 90

b Sharpington and Cole 241

b Shaw, — see Jackson and Shaw

a Shaw, E. A., and Partners 169

Shaw, James 241

Sheldon, William 211

Shelton, William 127

b Shepherd, W. 250

Sheppey, Countess of 97

Sherborne (Castle) 102, 102n., 274

Sheridan, R. B. 89, 211, 231

Sheridan Buildings 48

Sherley, Sir Thomas 295

Shops see Retail shops and trades

Shurley, Lady 179

Siddons Buildings 48

Sidenham (Sidnam), Edward see Sydenham

c Sievier, R. W. 149

b Silk, Thomas 109n.

Silverton, Mrs. 315

Skae, Peter 182

Skelton, Colonel Henry 219

Skelton, Robert 314–15

Skelton and Stones 111n.

c Skerrett, George 109n.

Slingsby, Sir Henry and Lady 253

Smethwicke, Robert 301

a Smirke, Sir Robert 187

a Smirke, Sydney 187n., 229

Smith, — see Lepard and Smith

Smith, Dr. 303

Smith, Anne 301

Smith, Charles 209

Smith, Christian 107

b Smith, Dedrick 157n.

Smith, Francis 166, 169, 175, 176

b Smith, George, and Company 190

Smith, Gerard 107

Smith, Harry 93

Smith, J. J. and C. K. 158

Smith, James 297

Smith, John 193

Smith, John Raphael 159

Smith, Richard 299

b Smith, Richard 38n.

Smith, Samuel 294–5

Smith, Stephen (and Son) 160

Smith, Sir Thomas 152

Smith, William 188

Smyth, Samuel 95

Snelling, Robert 299

a Soane, Sir John 16, 264

Society for the Abolition of Capital Punishment 209

Soho 10, 32

Soho Square 83, 94, 168n.

Solomon, Lewis 235

Somerset, 1st Duke of 21

Somerset, Earl of 192, 193

Somerset House 21, 81, 99

Sotheby, John 153, 197

Soubise, Duc de 7n.

South Walsham Hall (Norfolk) 169, 176

Southampton, 4th Earl of 37, 38

Southampton Court (now part of Maiden Lane) 38, 209–10, 217, 240, 320–1; fig. 32 (p. 208)

Southampton (later Bedford) House, Bloomsbury 8, 37, 42n.

Southampton Place 22, 42

Southampton Street 22, 38, 39, 42, 206, 207–18, 219; fig. 32 (p. 208)
-, first building leases (table) 312–15
-, residents 109n., 167, 209, 313, 315

Southampton Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bedford Head Tavern 39, 208, 209, 314–15
-, Covent Garden Hotel 232
-, Eastey's Family Hotel 214
-, Tavistock Chambers 208, 237
-, Tower House 220
-, No. 2 314–15
-, No. 3 209, 314–15
-, clock 221–2; fig. 39 (p. 221)
-, Nos. 4–5 314–15
-, No. 6 209, 314–15
-, Nos. 7–13 314–15
-, No. 14 208, 209, 314–15
-, Nos. 15–17 38, 314–15
-, No. 18 314–15, 315n.
-, Nos. 19–20 38, 314–15
-, Nos. 22–24 312–13
-, No. 25 232, 312–13; Pl. 48b
-, No. 26 16, 39, 210, 312–13; figs. 33–4 (pp. 211–12); Pl. 76a, b
-, No. 27 16, 39, 210–11, 214–15, 312–13; figs. 33–8 (pp. 211–16); Pls. 58b, 76a, c, d
-, No. 28 208, 209, 251, 312–13; Pl. 58b
-, No. 29 208, 251, 312–13; Pl. 58b
-, No. 30 218, 312–13; Pl. 57a
-, No. 31 215–18, 312–13; Pl. 57a
-, No. 32 312–13
-, Nos. 33–34 312–13; Pl. 58c
-, No. 35 214, 312–13; Pl. 58c
-, No. 36 209, 312–13
-, Nos. 37–38 312–13

Southerne, Thomas 305

b Soward, Messrs. 157

b Soward, George 157n.

Sowerby, James 201

a Spalding and Knight 154

Sparkes, Henry 86, 304–5

Sparkes, Thomas 109n.

Speed, Samuel 152

Spelden, Nicholas 263

Spencer, Lady 201

b Spencer, John 40, 40n.

Spencer, Rebecca 313

Spidell, John 255, 256

a Spiller, James 16

Spital (Spittle) Square 130n.

Spitalfields Market 129, 130, 130n., 145

Squibb, — 157n.

Stacey, John 304–5

b Stacey, William 108n.

Stacie, John 94

Stag Tavern 222

b Staggers, James 38n.

a Stair, Walter 251

b Stallard, Jos. 167n.

b Stallwood, Benjamin 151

b Stallwood, Joseph 167n.

Stamford, 2nd Earl of 96

c Stanfield, Clarkson 247

Stanhope, Philip (1st Earl of Chesterfield) 254

Stanhope's Composition 87

Stapleton, Brian 187

Stapley, Harry 251

Starling, Thomas 84

a Statham, H. H. 201, 202

c Stayly,— 105n.

a Stead, Thomas 118, 228

b Stedding,— 108n.

Steffken, Christian Leopold 314–15

b Stenton, Richard 40n.

b Stephens,— 108n.

b Stephens, Thomas (fl. 1645–9) 104n.

b Stephens, Thomas (fl. 1746–73) 108n., 181

Stephenson, Christopher 274

Sterling, Thomas 84

Stevens, Henry 165

Stevens, John Crace 165

Stevens, Thomas 182

Stirling, 1st Earl of 96, 307

Stirling, Thomas 84

Stirling Buildings 48

Stockdale, Edward (fl. 1635) 303

Stockdale, Edward (fl. 1714) 319

Stockham, Dr. William 241

Stokes, John 303

Stone, John 268n.

Stone, Nicholas 28n., 108n., 268, 268n.

Stones, — see Skelton and Stones

c Stones, John 105n.

Storr, John 155

b Strafford,— 108n.

Strafford, 1st Earl of (Viscount Wentworth) 7, 100n., 103

Strand see also Adelphi Theatre; Bedford House; Black Bull Inn; Exeter House; Russell Place; Vaudeville Theatre; White Hart Inn 21, 22, 23, 31, 32, 42, 48, 197, 217, 223, 227, 250, 264, 270, 312–13, 314–15
-, access to Covent Garden 6, 6n., 27, 35, 36, 37, 43, 80, 199, 240

Strand Buildings Society 44

Strand District Board of Works 59, 60
-, offices 222

Strand Palace Hotel 22, 224, 226

Strand Theatre (Aldwych) 15, 48

Strand Theatre (Strand) see also Adelphi Theatre 246

Strand Union Board of Guardians 59, 59n., 61, 140

Strange, Sir Robert 231

b Stratfield, Palme 107n.

Stratford Market 129n.

b Streachie (Streachy), Elizabeth 102n., 271, 272

b Streachie (Streachy), William 102n., 271

Street names, origins of 27, 38, 180, 185, 196, 199, 230, 240, 263, 267, 269

Strode, Colonel John 97

Strype, John 183n., 225

Stuart, Charles (6th Duke of Lennox and 3rd Duke of Richmond) 97

b Sturton, Charles 111n.

Stutfield, Alfred R. O. 48, 143

b Styles, Thomas 78, 101n., 102, 102n., 104, 104n., 275, 282

b Sudbury, William 39n., 94, 318–19

Sugden, — see Barr and Sugden

Sun Alliance and London Insurance Group 158

Sun Insurance Office 158

Surgeons see Physicians and surgeons

Surrey Archaeological Society 209

Sussex, 1st Earl of 8n., 187, 307

Sussex Mansions 251

Sutor, Alexander 299

Swan Close 32

Swedish Ambassador 97

Swedish Resident 91, 97

Sydenham, Colonel 34

Sydenham (Sidenham, Sidnam), Sir Edward 196
-, house in Piazza 54, 72–6, 77, 78, 89, 282–92 passim, 306–7; figs. 4–5 (pp. 74–5)

c Sylvester, Joseph 105

Symonds, Robert 303

Synagogue (Maiden Lane) 241

b Tailor (Taylor), Silvanus 272, 295, 303

c Tailor (Tayler), Zacharias 102, 102n., 104n., 280

Tate, Mrs. 96

Tate, Zouch 54, 96, 152

Taverns and public houses 7, 10, 11, 13, 13n., 46, 57, 83, 84, 137, 178, 179, 181, 186, 192, 197, 200, 230, 231, 241, 265, 322
-, Individual taverns and public houses are indexed both by name and under streets

Tavistock Chambers 208, 237

Tavistock Coffee House and Public Breakfast Room 94

Tavistock Court 38, 43, 94, 218–19, 319, 320–1; fig. 32 (p. 208)

Tavistock Estate 22, 41, 42n

Tavistock Hotel 11, 81, 86, 87, 88; Pl. 45a

Tavistock Row 38, 39, 80, 142, 222–3; fig. 32 (p. 208); Pls. 27b, 29b, 35a, 46b
-, first building leases (table) 314–17
-, market area 139–40, 142
-, residents 222–3, 315, 317

Tavistock Row, Individual Buildings
-, Bedford Arms Tavern 94
-, Imperial Hotel 94
-, Queen's Head Tavern 222
-, Stag Tavern 222
-, Nos. 1–3 77, 94, 97, 306–7; fig. 45; Pls. 32b, 47b
-, Nos. 4–5 222, 316–17; Pl. 47b
-, Nos. 6–10 222, 316–17
-, Nos. 11–14 222, 314–15

Tavistock Street see also York Street 38, 48, 139, 196–9, 218–22, 226; fig. 32 (p. 208)
-, first building leases (table) 316–21
-, residents 111n., 219, 317, 319, 321

Tavistock Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bedford Head Tavern 39, 208, 209, 314–15
-, Flower Market 139, 149–50; Pl. 43c
-, Leveridge's Coffee House 218
-, Monro House 15
-, Salutation Tavern 39, 218, 318–19
-, Strand District Board of Works office 222
-, Tavistock Chambers 208, 237
-, Tower House 220
-, Pre-1937 numbers
-, No. 1 316–17
-, Nos. 2–3 218, 316–17
-, No. 4 316–17
-, No. 5 218, 316–17; Pl. 59b
-, Nos. 6–16 316–17
-, No. 17 219, 316–17
-, Nos. 18–21 219, 318–19
-, Nos. 22–23 318–19
-, No. 24 38, 218, 318–19
-, Nos. 25–30 318–19
-, No. 31 218, 318–19
-, Nos. 32–41 318–19
-, Post-1937 numbers: even
-, Nos. 2–10 (Country Life) 18, 219–21; Pls. 72–3
-, No. 22 222
-, Post-1937 numbers: even (continued)
-, No. 32 (formerly No. 6 York Street) 197, 228, 310–11
-, No. 34 (formerly No. 5 York Street) 16, 196, 198–9, 310–11; Pls. 80c, d, 81a, c
-, No. 36 (formerly No. 4 York Street) 16, 196, 197, 198, 310–11; Pl. 81a
-, No. 38 (formerly No. 3 York Street) 16, 198, 310–11; Pl. 81a
-, No. 40 (formerly No. 2 York Street) 310–11
-, No. 42 (formerly No. 1 York Street) 200, 201, 310–11
-, Post-1937 numbers: odd
-, No. 11 (formerly No. 11 York Street) 197, 310–11; Pl. 53b
-, No. 13 (formerly No. 12 York Street) 197, 310–11; Pls. 53b, 81b
-, No. 15 (formerly No. 13 York Street) 198, 310–11; Pls. 53b, 81b
-, Nos. 17–19 (formerly Nos. 14–15 York Street) 197, 310–11; Pls. 53b, 81b

c Tayler, James 111n., 118

c Tayler (Tailor), Zacharias 102, 102n., 104n., 280

Taylor, John 254

b Taylor, John 72, 75, 78, 283, 290

a Taylor, Sir John 190

Taylor, Joseph 193, 309

b Taylor, Richard 272

b Taylor (Tailor), Sylvanus 272, 295, 303

Telephone Exchanges 18, 191–2, 194–5; Pl. 63b, c

Temple, Lady 254

Temple, Sir Peter 97, 307

Temple, Sir Richard 96, 97

c Tenhagen,— 108n.

Terris, William 249n.

Terry, Daniel 246, 246n.

a Teulon, S. S. 17, 260

Thacker, Benoni 253, 254

Theatres see Adelphi; Covent Garden; Drury Lane; Duchess; Vaudeville

Theatrical Mission Institute 238

Thomas, Brian

Thomas, John (fl. 1709–12) 313

Thomas, John (auctioneer, fl. 1829) 165

Thompson, William 188

a Thomson, John J. 265

Thorne, Thomas 243

b Thorneton, Thomas 78, 291

Thorney Estate 22, 42n., 49

Thornhaugh (Northamptonshire) 22

Thornhill, Sir James 89, 108n.

Thornhill, John 264

Thornton, Barney 87

Thornton, Bonnell 188

Thornton, Mother 87

Thornton, Richard 301

Thoroughgood, John 303

Thorp, Colonel 96

Thorpe, Francis 96

Three Compasses Tavern 241

Three Feathers 192

Three Roses 185

Three Tuns Tavern 264

b Thurban, Thomas 186

Thynne, Sir Egremont 297

Tichborne, Sir Richard 187

Tilson, — see Austen, Maunde and Tilson

b Timbrell, Benjamin 167n.

b Timbrell, William 40n.

Tinkler,— 161n.

b Tinkler, John 95–6, 108n., 197

Tipping, Lady Anne 166

Tipping, Katherine 166

Tollemache, Sir Lionel 96

Tomkyns, Packington 90

Tomlinson, Richard 79

c Tompion, Thomas 105n.

Tom's Coffee House 192; Pl. 54c

Tonson, Jacob 187

Torlesse, Dr. 201

Tothill Fields (Westminster bridewell) 61

Tothill Street 192

Tower House 220

Town Holdings, Select Committee on 47, 161n., 240

Townsend, Colonel 187

Tracy, Sir Humphrey 97

Travers, John 107, 153

a Treacher, George 203–4

Treby, Colonel George 219

a Trehearne,— 160

Trenchard, John 33, 34, 96, 152, 264, 265, 267, 303

Trenchard, Sir Thomas (fl. 1506) 22

Trenchard, Sir Thomas (fl. 1645) 96

Trinity Almshouses (Mile End) 38

b Trollope, G., and Sons 157

b Trollope, J. A. 157n.

b Trollope and Colls 201

b Tucker, Thomas 102n., 271, 272, 274

Tufton, Lady 265

Turk's Head Bagnio (Bow Street) 88n.

Turk's Head Bagnio (Charing Cross) 87

Turk's Head Coffee House 192

Turner, J. M. W. 241

b Turner, John 105n.

Turner, William 241

Turner's Court 267

b Turney, Thomas 29n., 31, 77, 95, 296–7, 302–3

Turrin, John 303

Tuscan order 65, 65n., 67, 70; Pl. 14a

Tylers' and Bricklayers' Company 186

b Tyson, James 111n.

Uffenbach, Zacharias Conrad von 217

b Ufford, George 132n.

b Umpleby, Robert 198

b Underwood, Messrs. 109n., 111n.

Unicorn Tavern 95, 231

Upper Wellington Street 195

Urwin, William 185

Ussher, James (Archbishop of Armagh) 103

Uvedale, Sir William 97, 307

Vander Vaart, John 231, 316–17

b Vandesteene (Vandesene), Elizabeth 102n., 273, 275

b Vandicum, Peter 40n.

Vane, Sir Henry (the younger) 7, 96

c Vangelder, P. M. 157n.

Van Gogh, Vincent

Van Leemput, Remigius 10, 254, 263

Vaudeville Theatre 243–5; fig. 43 (p. 244); Pl. 66b, c

Vaux, Edward (4th Lord Vaux) 152

Vauze, Lord 152

Vaviser, Colonel 187

Veil, Sir Thomas De 186, 188

Vendu, The 195

Venetian Envoy 96

Venison Feast 41

Verity, Benjamin 159

a Verity, Thomas 159

Vermuyden, Sir Cornelius 240

Verney, Lady 152, 231

Verney (Varney), Sir Edmund 7, 97, 103
-, houses in Piazza 54, 72–6, 77, 78, 282–92 passim, 306–7; figs. 4–5 (pp. 74–5)

Verney, Sir Ralph 178

Vertue, Mrs. 197

b Vesey (Veysey), Richard 6, 71, 72, 73, 76, 78, 89, 284, 287, 306–7

Victor, Benjamin 201

Victoria Club 229; Pl. 67c

Vigers, Robert 47

Vincent, Richard (fl. 1633–4) 297

Vincent, Richard (musician, fl. 1750) 92

Vine Street 270

Vinegar Yard 48, 269

Vokes, Frederick 232

Voltaire 241

Von Uffenbach, Zacharias Conrad 217

Vyes, Elizabeth 317

b Wagg, Thomas 264

c Wainewright, — 79

Wake, John 90

Wakeham, Morine 315

Wakeman, Sir George 187

Waldorf Hotel 15, 48

Walker, James 319

b Walker, James 198

Walker, Thomas 198

Walker, Dr. Thomas 187

Wall, Elizabeth 317

Waller, Edmond 187

Waller, Sir William 96, 205

Wallis, John 305

Wallop, Sir Henry 96

Wallop, Robert 96

Walls, boundary (around Covent Garden)
-, pre-1536 (mud) 19, 239
-, c. 1599 (pales) 23, 24, 266
-, c. 1610–13 (brick) 1, 24, 27, 53; fig. I (p. 20)

Walpole, Horace 98

Walsingham, Sir Thomas 201

Walter, Sir William 96

b Wapshott, Thomas 109n., 111n., 118

Ward, Major 313

b Ward, George 224

Ward, John 4, 199, 268, 268n., 296–7, 300–1, 302–3, 306–7, 308–9

b Warden, William 102n., 272, 274

Wardour, Sir Edward 32

a Ware, Isaac 264

Warne, Frederick 254, 260

Warne, Thomas 235

Warne and Company 260

Warner, Ann 91

Warner, Dr. Edward 179

Warwick, (1st) Earl and Countess of 23, 205

Washbourne, Goodwin 321

Washington, George 319

Water supply 31–2, 73, 75, 183

b Waterer(s), John 102n., 271, 272, 273, 274

b Waterfield, Caleb 198

Watkins, Sir David and Lady 96

Watson, Peter 303

Waverley, William 311

b Way,—see Langmead and Way

b Waynewright, William 104n.

Weathers, Bishop 241

Weaver, James 301

Webb, Peter, and Company 198

Webb, Sidney 129, 142, 144

Webb (e), John 2n., 101, 101n.

Webber, G. F. 84

Webber, Thomas 311

Webster, Benjamin Nottingham 247, 249

Weeding of the Covent Garden , The 4, 100n., 192, 322

Weekly News 196

Welby, Captain 187

Weldon, Anthony 254

Wellesley, Colonel F. A. 169

Wellington Street see also Charles Street 8, 36, 43, 195–6, 197, 226–9

Wellington Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bielefeld's papier mâché works 200, 229; fig. 41 (p. 228)
-, Flower Market 137, 138, 150, 196; Pl. 43a
-, extension 140, 150, 196
-, Old Bell (public house) 226, 228–9
-, Victoria Club 229; Pl. 67c
-, Even numbers
-, No. 18 228, 229; fig. 41 (p. 228); Pl. 67c
-, Nos. 20–26 228
-, No. 28 197
-, No. 30 (formerly No. 17 Charles Street) 196, 298–9
-, Nos. 32–36 (formerly Nos. 16–14 Charles Street) 298–9
-, No. 38 (formerly No. 13 Charles Street) 196, 298–9
-, No. 40 (formerly No. 12 Charles Street) 195–6, 298–9
-, No. 42 (formerly No. 11 Charles Street) 196, 298–9
-, Odd numbers
-, Nos. 29–31 228
-, No. 33 52
-, No. 35 52, 196
-, Nos. 37–39 196
-, No. 41 52
-, Nos. 43–49 52, 196

Wellington Street North 227

Wells, Gerrard 315

Wells, James 314–15

Welsted, Dr. Robert 219

Wembs, Dr. Lodowick (John) 201

Wentworth, Viscount (1st Earl of Strafford) 7, 100n., 103

Wesson, Nich 265

West, Benjamin 254

West, James 108n., 167

West, John 151–2

West, Dr. Thomas 179, 187

West, William 154

West End and Country Theatres Ltd. 203

Westminster Abbey (Abbey and Convent of St. Peter) 19, 21, 22, 31

Westminster and General Life Office and Assurance Association 157

Westminster City Council 18, 59, 129, 145, 219

Westminster Fields 217

Westminster Fire Office 156–8, 254; Pls. 68c, 69a, c

Westmorland, 2nd Earl of 97

Weston, Lord (1st Earl of Portland) 125

Weston, Nicholas 265

Weston, Sir Richard 21

Wetton (Witten, Wotten), Colonel William 254

Wharton, Philip (4th Baron Wharton) 96

Wharton, Thomas 187

Wheatley, John 299

Wheatt, Sir Thomas 219

Whitacre, Dr. 187

Whitaker, Charles 314–15

Whitaker, Grace 315

b Whitaker, Stephen 264

Whitaker, Tobias 187

Whitbread, Samuel 111n., 261

b White,—see Scrivener and White

White, James (financier) 51

White, James (tombmaker) 268n.

White, John 309

b White, John (slater) 38n.

b White, John (timber merchant) 274

White, T. A. 194

White, Thomas 210

White, William 90

White and Hewitt 93

White Hart Inn (Long Acre) 180, 181

White Hart Inn (Strand) 23, 27, 35, 269; Pl. 10

White Hart Yard (later Street) 19, 24, 27, 36, 44, 48, 269; Pl. 53c, d

White Rose Street 183, 183n., 268, 268n.

Whitehall Palace see also Banqueting House 32

b Whiting(e), Giles 6, 294–5, 308–9

Whittingham, Katherine 297

Whittle, James 152

Wholesale Food Markets of London, committee on 144

Wickes, Henry 28n.

Wicks, Elizabeth 299

b Wightman, William

Wilde, Samuel de 223

b Wildman, Lionell 105n.

b Wilkinson, Thomas 118

Wilkinson, Howlett and Durham 260

Wilkinson and Matthews 260

Wilks, Robert 187, 313

a Williams,— 108n.

a Williams, Alfred 239

a Williams, James 261

Williams, Sydney 236

Williams, Thomas 59n.

b Williams, Walter 155

Williams and Norgate 236

Williamson, William 310

Willis, George, and Son 60n.

Willoughby, Joseph 233

Will's Coffee House 185

b Willson, John 247

Wilmot, Henry (2nd Viscount Wilmot and 1st Earl of Rochester) 97

Wilson, Richard 222

b Wilton, William 264

Wilton House 28, 28n.

a Wimble, John 250

a Wimble, William 232

Winchester, Lord (5th Marquis of Winchester) 8n., 96

Windham, — 211

Windmill Tavern 200

Windsor, Lady 299

Wine Vaults (Piazza) 84

Wine Vaults (Charles and York Streets) 197

b Winsland, — see Holland, Winsland and Holland

Winstanley, Hamlet 96

Winter, Sir John 96

b Winter, Thomas 38n.

Wintershall, William 201

Wiseman, Richard 152, 179

Witham, Captain 231

Wither(s), Captain Anthony 125, 126, 127, 295

Withespoone, John 295

Witten (Wetton, Wotten), Colonel William 254

Wittwrong, Sir John 97

Woburn Abbey 22, 25, 41, 49, 54, 168n., 207

Woburn Chambers 237–8

Woburn Estate 22, 42n., 49

Wombwell, Sir Henry 161

Wood, Samuel 84

Wood Lane 147

Wood's Hotel 84

b Woodall, Messrs. 111n.

Woode, Captain 182

Woods, Richard 210

a Woodward, J. T. 236

Woolworth, F. W., and Company 250

Wooton, Lady Mary 231

Works, Office of 28, 28n., 29, 101, 102, 105, 190, 194, 260–1

a Wornum, R. S. 187

a Worsley, R. E. 236

Wotten (Wetton, Witten), Colonel William 254

c Wragge, George 201

Wray, Daniel 165

Wren, Sir Christopher 35–6

Wren and Charles Gray 237

Wright, Anthony 234

Wright, Dr. John 209

Wright, John Michael 179

Wright, Sir Sampson 188

Wright, William 295

Wriothesley, Rachel 37

Wriothesley, Thomas (4th Earl of Southampton) 37, 38

a Wyatt, Benjamin Dean 16

b Wyatt (Wyatville), Sir Jeffry 156, 157n.

a Wyatt, Matthew Digby 155, 247

a Wyatt, T. H. 247

Wyatville, Sir Jeffry see Wyatt

Wycherley, William 188

a Wylson and Long 93

Wyndham, Lady 211

Wyndham, Elizabeth 211

Yarmouth, Captain 196

Yarner, Captain Abraham 196

Yates, Edmund 246

Yates, Frederick 246

Yates, Mrs. (Frederick) 247

Yates, Richard 188, 254

a Yeats, G. R. 191

Yeo, Richard 222

York, Hugh de 21

York (now part of Tavistock) Street 27, 34, 48, 196–9, 206; fig. 45; Pl. 53b
-, first building leases (table) 310–11
-, residents 109n., 197, 311

York Street, Individual Buildings
-, Bunch of Grapes 197
-, Fleece Tavern 200
-, Wine Vaults 197
-, Nos. 1–6 see Nos. 42–32 (even) Tavistock Street
-, No. 7 196, 310–11
-, Nos. 8–9 310–11
-, No. 10 310–11, 316–17
-, Nos. 11–15 see Nos. 11–19 (odd) Tavistock Street

Young, Francis 319

Young, John 153

b Young, John 102n., 272

Zaehnsdorf, Joseph 197, 201

Zincke, Christian Frederick 222, 315



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