Index
K - L

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

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Pages

446-465

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'Index: K - L', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 446-465. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47544 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Kay-Shuttleworth, Sir James 250, 285

Keble College, Oxford 349

b Kelk, Sir John 54, 100, 108, 139n., 143, 146, 154–5, 156, 164, 174–5; Pl. 42c
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 54, 55, 56, 263
-, Albert Memorial, and 154–5, 156, 160, 163, 164, 165, 170, 171, 173, 174
-, Exhibition of 1862, and 139, 140, 141, 143, 144, 146
-, Princes Gate, and 54, 289, 291
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 177,180, 181, 184, 184n.
-, Royal Horticultural Society's Garden, and 126
-, South Kensington Museum, and 99, 100, 102, 106n., 108

Kelvington, Elizabeth 359

Kemball, Arnold B. 361

a Kendall, W. 214, 256

Kendrick Mews 302

a Kennedy, G. L. 330

Kensington, 2nd Baron (William Edwardes) 1, 3, 4, 14, 18

Kensington, 3rd Baron 56

Kensington, (Royal) Borough of 3, 60, 294
-, Councillors and Mayor of 305

Kensington Gardens 63, 158, 173
-, Queen's Gate into 59; Pl. 82a

Kensington Gate (originally Gloucester Square) 27, 29–32, 46; figs. 9–10 (pp. 28, 31), drawing between pp. 38–9; Pl. 81a, b

Kensington Gore 11–12, 52, 54, 56, 60, 67, 67n., 85, 304; Pl. 79b
-, Nos. 11–22 (formerly Nos. 1–6 Lower Kensington Gore and Hyde Park Terrace) 14–15; Pl. 79b
-, Nos. 23–24 304, 304n.
-, No. 25 67, 304; Pl. 92c, d, e
-, see also Albert Hall Mansions; Eden Lodge; Gore House; Grove House; Lowther Lodge; Queen Alexandra's House; Royal Albert Hall; Royal College of Art; Royal College of Organists

Kensington High Street 8, 10, 343

Kensington New Town 30, 37

Kensington Palace Gardens 34, 265

Kensington (St. Mary Abbots) Parish 1, 3, 14
-, almshouses 3, 5–6, 15
-, authorities and vestry 5, 15, 27, 60, 268, 293, 294
-, charities in 5, 15, 16, 26
-, schools 15
-, vicar of 51, 56
-, workhouse 15, 27, 29

Kensington Road 1, 14, 26, 27, 54, 150, 171–2, 173, 185, 193, 238; Pls. 79e, 82a
-, Queen's Gate (to Kensington Gardens) 59; Pl. 82a
-, see also Hyde Park Gate, Nos. 1–8 and 35–54; Kensington Gore; Noel House

Kensington Square 281

Kensington Turnpike Trustees 7

a Kerr, Prof. Robert 88, 92, 176, 203n., 205, 205n., 206

c Kett (Rattee and Kett) 354

Kettlewell, Caroline 9

Key , The 66

Keynes, General 167

a Keynes, J. A. J. 302

Kidd, Robert Charles 29

b Killby and Gayford 245, 246

Kindergarten 194n.

King, Edward 358

King's Head Row 10, 286

Kingston-upon-Thames 288

b Kinninmont, J., and Son 300

Kipling, John Lockwood 89n.

Kipling, Rudyard 89n., 324

Kirby, Harriet 360

Klenze, Leo von 74–5, 81

Klosterkirche, Chorin 351

a Knight, F. G. 342

a Knightley, Thomas Edward 48

Knightsbridge 3, 8, 353, 354

Knightsbridge Barracks 217n

Knightsbridge with Westbourne Green, manor of 1, 11, 13, 15

Knollys, Sir William 182

b Knox, John, and Dyke 246

Königsplatz, Munich 74

Kunstgewerbeschule, Berlin 75

Laboratories and laboratory teaching 52, 231, 234, 235, 239, 243, 244, 252

Labouchere, Henry 81

Ladbroke estate 32

Ladbroke Square 274

Lamp posts 59

Lancaster Walk 173

Land ownership pre-1851 3, 13, 26; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

Land prices and values
-, 17th and 18th centuries 3, 4, 26
-, 19th and 20th centuries 32, 42, 50, 54–8, 64, 69, 202, 294, 307, 346
-, for building plots 39, 42, 44
-, for churches 70, 350, 353
-, for freeholds of houses 38, 332, 334, 340
-, for railways 65

Landseer, Sir Edwin 160

Langley, Henry 363

Lansdowne, 4th Marquis of 141

c Lanteri, Prof. E. 121n.

Larpent, Francis Seymour 33

Lascelles, Maria Elizabeth 9

b Lascelles, W. H. (and Co.) 231, 330, 332, 336

b Last (Ransome and Last) 143n.

a Laurent, Jacques 348

c Lavers and Barraud 104

Lavery, Sir John 289n.

Law Courts 101, 206n., 213

c Lawlor, John 165, 166, 167, 168

Lawrence, John, 1st Baron 360
-, house of fig. 54 (p. 286)

Lawson, Miss 359

Lawson, George 364

Lawyers
-, as occupational group 320, 321
-, involved in speculative building 10, 264, 266, 271, 272, 296, 298, 307, 359

Layard, Sir Henry 91, 142, 183, 183n., 207, 208
-, Albert Memorial, and 154, 157, 159, 160, 161, 163, 164, 165, 167, 171, 175

Learned societies 51, 52, 58, 64, 65, 74, 178–82 passim

Leask, William 360

c Ledward, Mr. (? R. A.) 346

Lee, Catherine 19, 21, 23, 24

Lee, Edward 19

c Lee, Laurence 353

c Lee, T. Stirling 40

a Lee, Thomas 27

Lee Cottage 19, 23

Lee estate 19–25; fig. 3

Lee House 19, 23

Leeds (College of Science) 239

Leeds Forge brass band 229

Lefevre (Ordish and Lefevre) 144

Lefroy, Maj.-Gen. John H 361

c Leighton, Frederic, Lord 68, 108, 109–10, 112, 142n., 189, 222, 225, 240, 345

Leipzig (academy of music) 228

Lennox, Lord Henry 76, 209

Leonard's Place 42

a Leroux Jacob 16

b Leslie an Co. 121n., 244, 254, 261

Lethaby W. R. 254, 336, 345

a Lewcock, R. A. 305

Lewin, Thomas 362

b Lewis, G. W. 330

a Lewis, T. Hayter 203n.

Leyland, Frederick R. 360

Liberator Building Society 70, 347

a Liddell, John 88, 90, 142, 144, 183, 184, 192 193, 205, 205n.; Pl. 2c

Liebig, J. von 80

Liège (St. Jacques) 355

Lifts 191, 277, 302, 326

Lighting, electric and gas see Electric lighting; Gas lighting

Lighting of museums and galleries see under Museums

Lincoln, Mrs. (w. of Abraham Lincoln) 167

Lincoln's Inn Fields (Hunterian Museum) 201

Lindsay, Sir Courts 192, 234, 289, 320, 357

b Lindsay, W. H., and Co. 241

Lister-Kay, Sir John 358

Little Grosvenor (now Broadbent) Street 20

Littledale, Mary E. 361

Livingstone, David (statue) 330

Lloyd, Mrs. 363

Lloyd, Harriet 20

Lloyd, Lt.-Col. J. A. 50

Lloyd, William 4

Locke, Joseph 103

b Locke and Nesham 34

Lockyer, Sir Norman 69, 243, 251, 253

Lombard Street (Clydesdale Bank) 206

London
-, 'culture centre' in 74
-, granite-working in 155
-, institutions of science and art in 51
-, internal migration 317, 319
-, museum provision compared with Paris 248
-, 'Queen Anne'style, and 327
-, quiet in 1867 175
-, sculptors' studios in 167
-, technological centre, as 233, 245

London, Bishop of 349, 350

London, City of 69, 168, 221, 238, 241, 242
-, Lord Mayor 134, 146, 148, 149, 220, 359

London, George 4

London and Westminster Bank 297

London Assurance Corporation 266, 284, 299

London Chamber of Commerce 221

London County Council 194, 231, 233, 247, 334, 348

London School Board 25, 327, 360

London University 85, 226, 233, 242, 245

b Long, William

Lopes, H. C. (later 1st Baron Ludlow) and Lucy 357

Lots Road, Chelsea 305

Louise, Princess 167

Louvre 60, 76

b Lovatt, Henry 240, 241, 325

Lowe, Robert 103, 108, 115, 147, 181, 182, 191n., 208, 235

Lower Grosvenor Street 16

Lower Kensington Gore see under Kensington Gore

Lowndes Street 295, 296

Lowther, James 330

Lowther, William 327, 330, 331

Lowther Gardens 57n., 331; Pl. 101a

Lowther Lodge 67, 327–31, 332, 342, 345; figs. 89–90 (pp. 328–9); Pls. 96–7, 114a

Lubbock, Sir John 250

b Lucas, Charles 184n., 225
-, see also Lucas Brothers

Lucas, Sir Thomas 146, 347
-, see also Lucas Brothers

b Lucas Brothers 140, 141, 143, 146, 184, 189, 198, 347

Ludlow, 1st Baron (H. C. Lopes) 357

Lumsden, Henry 361

a Lutyens, Sir Edwin 37, 276n., 295, 348

Lye, John Gaunt 7

Lyons, J., and Co. 257

Lytcott, Anne 9

Macalister, Alexander 359

a Macartney, Sir Mervyn 118, 119, 340

c MacCallum, Andrew 100, 101

c McCarthy, Henry 232

MacColl, D. S. 113, 122, 190, 237n.

M'Culloch, George 342

McCulloch, Hugh 361

c McCulloch, John Thompson 24

Macdonald, Lawrence 165

c Macdowell, Patrick 165, 166, 168

b Macey and Son 37

McGrath, Henry W. 358

Mackenzie, John 20

Mackillop, Charles 358

Mackintosh, Mary 359

Maclagan, Sir Eric 237n.

b McLaughlin and Harvey 356

c McLennan, J. H. 346

Maclise, Daniel 92, 134, 142n., 149, 189

McMaster, James 364

Maddy, Maria E. 362

Magnus, Sir Philip 233, 239, 240

Maison de L'Institut de France (Fondation Rothschild) 340

c Majeski, Auguste 162

Majolica see Ceramics and majolica

Makins, Henry Francis 46, 48, 333–4

Makins, Col. W. T. 48, 331

Manchester 80, 98, 138, 153, 188, 206, 239; P1. 51c

Manchester Guardian , The 320, 361

b Manley and Rogers 36

a Mann, J. R. 205n.

Manners, Lord John 134, 206, 207, 291

Manors 1, 3
-, see also individual manors of Earl's Court;
-, Knightsbridge with Westbourne Green

Manson Mews 301; fig. 84 (p. 318)

Manson Place 301, 309; fig. 82 (p. 315)

Manufactures, Museum of see under Marlborough House

Marble see under Stone

Marburg 151

a Marcel, O. M. 261

Market Court 10

Market gardens see Nurseries and market gardens

a Markham, J. H. 108n., 214, 256, 259

c Marks, Henry Stacy 109, 112, 190

Marlborough House 51, 79, 80, 81, 85, 99, 180, 182
-, collections, Museum of Manufactures or Ornamental Art at 77, 79–80, 81, 97–8, 99, 117

Marler, H. W. 298, 299

Marloes Road (workhouse) 29

c Marochetti, Baron Carlo 133, 136, 149, 156, 159, 160–2 passim

Marriott, John 362

c Marshall, P. P. (Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co.) 111

c Marshall, W. Calder 134, 165, 166, 167

Martin, Eustace 360

a Masey, P. 205n.

a Mason (Aston and Mason) 203n.

b Mason, James 23

Mason's College, Birmingham 239

Massingberd, Charles Langton 362

a Matthews, James 269

Matthey, George 240

b Maudlin, J. 143n.

Maugham, George 23

c Maw and Co. 111, 142n.

a May, E.J.

Mayhew, G. J. (and Salmon) 271, 307

a Mayhew, W. J. 271, 274, 275

a Meeson, Alfred 143–4, 147

Melbury Road (No. 6) 41

Mellon, Alfred 178

Memorial to 1851 Exhibition 127, 130, 133–6, 148, 224, 244; Pls. 39, 52b, 56a, 72b

Mendelssohn, Felix 163

Mérimée, Prosper 91

a Metcalfe, J. F. 261

c Metcalfe, P. 108

Meteorological Office 71, 252

Methuen, 2nd Baron 304, 320, 361

Methwold, Sarah (w. of William) 3

Methwold, Thomas 3–4

Methwold, William 3, 5

Methwold's Almshouses 3, 5–6; fig. 1 (p. 2); Pl. 77b, c

Metropolitan Board of Works 10, 278

Metropolitan District Railway (now District Line) 5, 17–18, 65, 194, 289, 299, 301, 302

Metropolitan Life Assurance Society 345

Metropolitan Public Gardens Association 70

Metropolitan Railway (now Circle Line) 5,17–18, 65, 194, 285, 289, 294, 299, 301, 302

Mews, stables and coach-houses 63, 68, 262–3, 274, 287, 317, 322, 324; figs. 25, 61, 84–5 (PP. 114, 303, 318, 323); Pls. 82b, 83c, 88c

Meyrick, Col. A. W. H. 46

Meyrick, Sir Samuel Rush 46

Michell, Robert 12

Milan 90, 228

Milbank, Frederick 321, 357

a Mileham, C. H. M. 205n.

Millais, Sir John Everett 44, 111, 114, 142n., 289, 320, 334, 357; Pl. 94c

a Millard, W. J. N. 44

Millbank 283n.

Millbank Street (No. 23) 336

Miller, Felix Martin 23

Millett, Charles and Charles Frederick 363

Mills, Richard 363

Mills, Rev. Richard 16

a Mills and Murgatroyd 205n.

Mills' Charity estate 16, 262, 301, 307, 350; fig. 1 (p. 2); plan B in end pocket

Milner, John 4

Minton, Herbert 91

c Minton's (Minton, Hollins and Co. and
-, Minton, Campbell and Co.) 37, 91, 92, 106, 107, 108, 111, 112, 126, 127, 142n., 158, 189, 237n.
-, art-pottery studio 37, 71, 89, 91, 111

Mitford, A. B. (later 1st Baron Redesdale) 251, 252

Models, prototypes, use of 92, 115, 116, 128, 135, 142, 153, 180, 182–3, 190, 217; Pls. 10a, 19, 26c, 39d, e, 48d, 49a

Moira, Gerald 122

Molyneux, Martha 362

Monmouth House, Hyde Park Gate 37

c Montalba, Henrietta 108

Monteagle, Baron (Thomas Spring-Rice) 134

Montealegre, M. (house of) Pls. 86c, 87

c Montford, P. R. 245

Montgomerie, Gen. Sir Patrick 358

c Moody, F. W. 90, 91, 104, 106, 109–15 passim, 117, 131, 192, 198, 217, 237, 260

Moore, Albert 189

Morant, Sir Robert 71, 121, 122

Morgan, Charles 359

a Morgan, Guy, and Partners 299n.

Morley, John, Viscount 253n.

Mormon Church, Exhibition Road 356

a Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co. (Morris and Co.) 111–12, 285

c Morris, William 111–12, 285, 334

Morrison, Frank 358

Mortar, selenitic lime 93

Mortimer, John 21

Mosaic decoration 37, 88, 91, 104, 107–14 passim, 116, 118, 121, 142, 157, 158, 171, 179, 189–90, 225, 237

Motcomb Street 269

Mourne Mountains 156

Mowatt, Sir Francis 233

b Mowlem, John, and Co. 214, 221, 225, 226, 340

Mulholland, Elisa 359

Mull 149, 155, 158n.

Mulready, M. and W. 142n.

b Munday, George 240

Mundella, A. J. 116,251

Munich 74, 75, 78, 81
-, Bavarian Museum 120
-, Deutsches Museum 253, 254, 255, 256
-, Königsplatz Glyptothek 74, 75
-, picture gallery 74

Munster, 2nd Earl of 276

Mural decoration 75, 76, 77
-, external (sgraffito, mosaic) 101, 142, 217–19, 237
-, internal 103, 104, 108, 109–10, 111, 113, 122, 222, 247, 346

Murat and Murat and Achille, Princes 319, 363

Murchison, Sir Roderick 234

Murdoch, James G. 358

a Murgatroyd (Mills and Murgatroyd) 205n.

c Murphy, T., junior 355

Murray, Hon. Mrs. (Sarah Aust) 16

Murray, Andrew 130

c Murray, C. Fairfax 111, 225

Muschamp, William 26

Muschamp family 4

Museum and exhibition display 99, 104, 106, 112, 120, 121–2, 123, 145, 201–2, 208, 210, 213, 214, 216, 259

Museums
-, admission charges 99
-, design of museum and picture galleries 85, 98, 101, 104, 118, 119, 120, 121, 203, 207, 208–9, 210, 213, 253–4, 255–6, 258
-, display see Museum and exhibition display
-, lighting of museums and galleries 85, 101, 104, 106, 112, 117, 118, 119, 122, 142, 201, 205, 213, 214, 253, 258, 261
-, local 118
-, physical communication between 72, 214, 216, 234, 256, 257, 258, 258n., 259
-, role in education 52, 79–80, 81, 91, 103, 201–202, 248–53 passim, 255
-, see also individual museums, viz. Architectural; Bavarian; Conservatoire; Deutsches; Ethnological; Geological; Historical Instruments; Natural History; Patent; Practical Geology; Royal Scottish; Science; South Kensington (later Victoria and Albert); University Museum, Oxford and see under Marlborough House

Musgrave, Christopher 361

Muthesius, Hermann 40, 122, 330, 332, 333, 334, 338

b Myers, George, and Son 350

Napier, 1st Baron (statue of) 59n.; PI. 83a

Napier, Anne 358

Napoleon III 139, 181

Nash, Catherine 359

Nash, John 99

Nathan, Paul Hardy (later P. N. Hardy) 44, 46,

Nation, William H. C. 360

'National Academy of Industry' 73

National Art Training School see Royal College of Art

National Gallery, Dublin 87

National Gallery, London
-, collections of 80, 102
-, personnel 77, 332
-, removal (proposed) to South Kensington 52,55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 65, 70, 74, 75, 81, 84, 85, 140, 178; fig. 19 (p. 82)

National Portrait Gallery and collection 10, 65, 146

National Provincial bank, Cromwell Road 285

National Savings Committee 255

National School, Gore Lane 15

National Theatre 295

National Training School for Music (succeeded by Royal College of Music) 217–19;
-, fig. 36; Pls. 71a, 72b

Natural History Museum 65, 95, 118–19, 201–16; figs. 31–5 (pp. 204, 207, 211–12, 215); Pls. 60–5, 66a, b, c, 74b
-, British Museum (Trustees), and 201, 202, 203, 206, 207, 208, 213, 214, 252, 253
-, competition design of 1864 87, 88,147, 203–6; fig. 31 (p. 204); Pl. 60a
-, Geological Museum, and 214, 216, 257, 258, 258n., 259
-, links with other museums 72, 214, 216, 234, 256, 257, 258, 258n., 259
-, Science Museum, and 214, 216, 252, 253, 255, 256

Naval architecture 65, 72, 94, 234, 235

Nazarene school of painting 75, 76

a Nesfield, W. A. 93, 127, 128, 129, 130

Nesfield, W. E. 330

b Nesham (Locke and Nesham) 34

New Cavendish Street 294n.

New North Road, Shoreditch 25

New Scotland Yard 338

New Street, Spring Gardens 294n.

New Zealand Chambers 332

Newcastle, County Down 155–6

Newen, George 14

c Newman, Alfred A. 24

b Newman, George (and Co.) 347, 348

Newmarket (Soham House) 40

b Newson, John 17

Newton, Sir Charles 154, 161, 162, 163, 164, 168, 170, 175

Newton, Ernest 330, 345

Nicol, George G. 363

a Nicholas, Graham H. 40

c Nicholl, Mr. 342

c Nicholls, Thomas 342

a Nicholson, Sir Charles 351

Nicholson, Brig.-Gen. John 46

a Nightingale, F. B. 330

Nîmes (amphitheatre) 181, 184

Noble, Matthew 165

b Noble, Richard 269

Noel, Gerard Noel 15

Noel House 15–16, 38; fig. 1 (p. 2); Pl. 79a

Norfolk, 13th Duke of 133

Norfolk Hotel 303

Normal School of Science see Royal College of Science

Normal Training School of Art 260

b Norman, Messrs. 128

Norman, Charles L. 293, 320, 357

Norman, Frederick 364

c Norman and Beard 219

a Norman and Dawbarn 230, 246, 247

Norris, Anthony 364

b Norris, Joseph 350, 351

North, Frederica 358

North, W. H. (later 11th Baron North) 321, 358

Northcote, Sir Stafford 50, 116, 147

b Northedge, George Augustus 20, 22

a Norton, J. 205n.

Notting Hill Gate (Nos. 2–12 even) 26

c Nunn, W. J. W. 346

Nurseries and market gardens 1, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 19, 274

Occupants, evidence regarding from census returns
-, 1841 23
-, 1851 37–8
-, 1861 32
-, 1871 319–24, 357–64

c Odell, F. T. 213

Oehme, William D. H. 358

Office of Works see Works, Office of

Ogilvie, Sir Francis 233

Old Brompton Road, north side (even numbers) 16, 19, 20, 301, 302
-, Egerton Court 303
-, Prospect Place 16
-, Swan (formerly Ship) public house 10, 301
-, Zetland Arms public house 17
-, Nos. 2–12 (Egerton Court) 303
-, Nos. 44–46 17; Pl. 81c
-, Nos. 48–60 302; Pl. 81c

Old Brompton Road, north side (even numbers) (continued)
-, Nos. 62–92 301
-, Nos. 94–100 20
-, Nos. 108–110 20, 24–5; fig. 8; Pl. 103c
-, Nos. 112–122 20
-, No. 124 21–2, 23
-, see also Brompton Hall; King's Head Row

O'Malley, Edward 364

Onslow Gardens 274, 288, 301, 331

Onslow Square 160, 161, 263, 283, 286, 288, 316
-, see also St. Paul's

Opéra, Paris 190n.

Opera School, Royal College of Music 230

Operative Stonemasons' Society 222

Oppé, Paul 122

'Opus criminale' 114

Or San Michele, Florence 153

Oratory of St. Philip Neri see Brompton Oratory

Orcagna, A. 153

a Ordish, R. M. 126n., 144, 188

Ordish and Lefevre 144

Orford Lodge see Gloucester Lodge

Ornamental art collection see under South
-, Kensington Museum, collections

Ornamental Art Museum, Marlborough House
-, see under Marlborough House

Osborne House 75, 76, 78, 125, 139, 140, 180

c Osler and Faraday 112

Ottley, Warner 75

Our Lady of Victories R.C. Primary School 25

Outram, Sir James 276

Overend, Gurney and Co. 184

Overseas Trade, Department of 226

Overstone, 1st Baron 62

Owen, Sir Richard 201, 202, 203, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 212, 213, 213n., 214, 216

Owen's College, Manchester 239

Oxford 6, 91, 104, 234, 349

Paddington Station 77, 89

Padua (Arena chapel) 118

Paget, Lord Clarence 192, 217

Palace Gate 38–48, 309, 325; fig. 9 (p. 28)
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, No. 1A (Palace Gate House) 38, 39–41; fig. 14; Pl. 112
-, Nos. 1–15 38, 309; fig. 13
-, Nos. 33–37 (formerly 37) 41–2; fig. 15; Pl. 93a
-, East side (even numbers)
-, Bleasdale see former No. 10
-, Thorney House 42, 44
-, No. 2 44; fig. 16; Pl. 94a, c, d
-, No. 4 44, 46; Pl. 94b
-, No. 6 46; Pls. 93b, 94b, 95

Palace Gate (continued)
-, No. 8 46–8; fig. 17; Pl. 93b
-, former No. 10 48; Pls. 84b, 93e
-, No. 10 48; Pl. 114c

Palace Green (No. 1) 327, 334

Palais Royal, Paris 98

Paleri quarry, Carrara 159

Palmer, George 357

Palmerston, 3rd Viscount 52, 64, 80, 98, 102, 124, 147
-, Albert Memorial, and 152, 153, 157

c Papworth, E. G. 134

Paris 59, 74, 248, 345
-, Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers 75
-, museum of 248, 249, 251, 253, 254
-, École Centrale d'Architecture 103
-, École des Beaux Arts 163
-, Exhibitions in see under Exhibitions
-, Halles, Les 89, 143
-, Hôtel de Ville 147
-, Louvre 60, 76
-, Opéra 190n.
-, Palais Royal 98
-, Pavilion Suisse 48
-, Place du Trône 92
-, St. Eugène 89

Parish boundaries see Boundaries

Park, James 361

Park Lane see Gore Lane

Park Lodge 293

Park Street, Mayfair 271, 327

Parke, Emma 357

Parker's Roman cement 307

Parkinson, — 88

Parliament
-, attitudes to South Kensington buildings and enterprises 52, 64, 146–7, 149, 153, 157, 202, 203, 209
-, select committees
-, Arts and Manufactures 74, 75
-, British Museum 202
-, Hungerford Bridge 115
-, Museums of Science and Art Department 71, 120, 122, 252, 257
-, National Gallery 52
-, Patent Office 249
-, Schools of Design 81
-, South Kensington Museum 63, 87, 91, 102, 103–4
-, see also Government

Parliament (building) see Houses of Parliament

Parliament Street, Westminster 264

Parry, Prof. Sir Hubert 219, 229

Parry, John Humffreys 359

Parry, Thomas Gambier 109

Parry Opera Theatre 229

Parsons family 19

Parthenon 163, 163n., 164

Partridge, Frederick 363

Patent Museum, Museum of Patented Inventions and collections of the Patent Commissioners 58, 84, 85, 99, 146, 203, 206, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252; figs. 19, 31 (pp. 82, 204)

b Patman and Fotheringham 325

Paulet, Maj.-Gen. Lord William 276

Pauncefote, Bernard 363

Pavilion Suisse, Paris 48

Paxton, Sir Joseph 50, 88, 104, 127, 133, 139, 140

Payne, Arthur 357

b Payne, Henry 34

a Peacock, J. G. 244

a Pearce, G. A. H. 216

c Peard, — see Hart, Son, Peard and Co.

Pearse, Mary 363

Pease, J. A. 260

c Pegram, H. 225

Pelham Crescent 308

a Pennethorne, Sir James 57, 58, 84, 86, 88, 99, 100, 102, 150, 151, 151n., 178, 203

Penny Post 78

Penshurst Place 121n.

Penzance Cottage 22

Perceval, Philip 359

Percy, Lord Eustace 254–5

Percy, Dr. John 173

Percy Terrace now Nos. 11–21 Clareville
-, Grove 23; Pl. 81d

Perkin, Sir William 240

Perkins, Augustus 320, 358

Perrault, Claude 164

b Perry and Co. 37, 116, 347

Pesthouse 15

Petersham, Viscount 275

Petersham Lane 271; Pl. 84d

Petersham Mews 271, 272, 276n.

Petersham Place (mews) 272; fig. 84 (p. 318)

Petersham Terrace see Gloucester Road, Nos. 37–59

Pether's moulded bricks 351

a Peto, H. A. (George and Peto) 293

b Peto, Sir Samuel Morton 34, 35, 143, 184, 264

Phidias 163

c Philip, J. B. 161, 163, 164, 165, 170

Phillpotts, Capt. W. C. 144

Phipps, Sir Charles 50–1, 61, 80, 147, 180, 275
-, Albert Memorial, and 148, 149, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 160, 174

Phipson, W. W. 191

Photography at South Kensington 87, 100, 142n., 173, 190

c Pickersgill, F. R. 109, 110, 142n., 190

Picture galleries, design of see under Museums

Pieraccini, F. 153

Pigott, C. M. 358

Pilcher, Matthew 364

Pilkington, Redmond W. 29

Pimlico 143, 165
-, builders from 68, 262, 264, 269, 271, 293, 299

Pisa Cathedral 159

a Pite, Prof. Beresford 72, 260

Pitt, Anne 12

Place du Trône, Paris 92

Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Details of the Alhambra (Owen Jones) 77

Plasterwork, external see Cement

Playfair, Prof. Sir Lyon (later 1st Baron) 49, 50, 51, 68, 80, 81, 99, 115n., 148, 296
-, as Secretary to 1851 Commissioners 69, 71, 95, 221, 224, 252

Plummer, Mary 13, 14
-, estate of 14; fig. 1 (p. 2)

Pneumatic railway 194

Pola (amphitheatre) 184

Police station, Gore Lane 14, 15

Pollen, John Hungerford 89, 106

c Pomeroy, F. W. 40

Ponsonby, Sir Henry 69, 149, 220, 221

Pont Street 66

Pooley, James 10

Porches at South Kensington 316

a Porter, T. 205n.

Portman, 3rd Viscount 337

Post offices, Exhibition Road 71, 252, 317

b Potter, J., and Co. 126

b Potter and Son(s) 106n., 225

Potts, Edward 298, 358

c Powell and Sons 91, 104, 110, 111, 112, 114

Power, Frederick 358

a Pownall, George 54, 55, 57, 58, 264, 274, 275, 282, 283, 285, 286

c Poynter, Edward J. 108, 111, 112, 113, 116, 190

Practical Art, Department of (later Science and Art Department, q.v.) 51, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 97

Practical Geology, museum, collections of, Jermyn Street 97, 201, 257

Prague (Cathedral, Hradschin Palace) 158, 179

Price, Mrs. 360

a Prichard, J. 205n.

c Prince, Henry (and Co.) 162, 170

Prince Albert('s) Road see Queen's Gate

Prince Consort Library, Aldershot 87

Prince Consort Road 70, 72, 95, 132, 133, 194, 199, 245, 331, 347
-, see also Albert Court; City and Guilds College,
-, Goldsmiths' Extension; Holy Trinity;
-, Imperial College, buildings (since 1907);
-, Queen's Gate, No. 185; Royal College of
-, Music; Royal School of Mines

Prince Consort's Dairy, Frogmore 111

Prince of Wales Terrace 46

Prince's Gardens (original name for Queen's Gate Gardens) 274

Princes Gardens 247, 282, 304, 342; Pls. 26b, 32a, c
-, International Bazaar 291n., Pl. 90a

Princes Gate 46, 54, 57, 232, 263, 271, 288, 289, 291, 294, 303–4, 308, 349
-, Nos. 64–72 294, 303–4, 319, 356; Pl. 58a

Princes Gate Court 330

Princes Gate Hotel

Princes Gate Mews 57, 303, 304; fig. 25 (p. 114); Pls. 2b, 26c

Princes Street, Leicester Square 29–30

c Prinsep, Valentine 110, 327

Prioleau, Charles 361

Prior, Edward S. 122

Privy Council, Education Committee of see
-, Education Committee

Privy Council, Lords President of (portraits) 108

Promenade concerts 194

Prospect Place 16

Prototypes see Models, prototypes, use of

Provident Life Office 266, 298

Provincial builders and contractors 225, 229, 240–1, 325, 336, 353

Prussia, Crown Prince of (later Frederick III) 76, 107

Prussia, Crown Princess of see Victoria, Princess

a Pryce, T. E. 44

Public houses 10, 14, 17, 22, 23, 27, 268, 272

Public Record Office 78

'Puffing Billy' 249

Puget, Florence and Major John 360

Pugin, A. W. N. 164, 271

Pugin, Augustus C. 36, 271

Pugin, E. W. 88

Pula (amphitheatre) 184

b Pulham, J. 237n.

a Pullan, R. B. 205n.

Queen Alexandra's House 345–7; Pl. 101c, d

'Queen Anne' or 'Domestic Revival' style 241, 241n., 325–7

Queen Anne's Mansions 343, 345
-, Queen's Arms public house 268

Queen's College, Oxford 6

Queen's Elm 17

Queen's Gate (into Kensington Gardens) 59; Pl. 82a

Queen's Gate (formerly Prince Albert('s) Road) 5, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 67, 68, 70, 126, 252, 265–6, 268, 269, 274, 275, 276–83, 295–302 passim, 304–5, 307–17 passim, 319–24 passim, 325, 326, 331–42, 359–61; Pls. 31a, 74c, 82a, 83a, 89c, 92c, 107c, d, 118b (continued)
-, comments on 325, 334, 338
-, laying out 59, 264, 301
-, naming 59
-, Napier statue 59n.; Pl. 83a
-, numbering 282n.
-, proposed buildings in 65, 85, 202, 239, 246, 251, 256, 261, 281
-, servants resident in 322, 359–61
-, water mains 59n.
-, West side
-, Albert Houses see Nos. 44–52
-, Baden Powell House 298n.
-, No. 1A 266, 267; Pl. 83a
-, Nos. 1–19 265–6, 307, 308, 310, 322, 323, 359–60; figs. 44, 63 (pp. 265, 309); Pl. 88b
-, Nos. 20–21 266, 268, 298, 308, 311, 360
-, Nos. 22–26 266, 268, 268n., 269, 298, 308, 311, 360; figs. 54, 65 (pp. 286, 309)
-, No. 26A 268n.
-, Nos. 27–41 46, 68, 282, 283, 312, 360; Pl. 88c
-, Nos. 44–52 (Albert Houses) 63, 274, 276–8, 281–2, 283, 284, 307, 315–16, 360; figs. 49–52, 68 (pp. 278–81, 310); Pls. 31a, 36a, 85, 86a
-, Nos. 53–67 298, 298n., 311, 360
-, Nos. 68–87 299, 360–1
-, Nos. 88–90 300–1
-, Nos. 91–99 301, 361; fig. 80 (p. 314)
-, Nos. 100–107 23, 301
-, East side
-, 1862 Exhibition building in 137, 139, 141; Pls. 31a, 36a
-, Albert Gotha Mansions 305
-, Alexandra Court see Nos. 171–176
-, entrance to Royal Horticultural
-, Society's Garden 127
-, Imperial College in 237, 246, 334, 338, 342
-, Royal College of Art in 260, 261
-, St. Augustine's Vicarage see No. 117
-, Nos. 108–116 301
-, No. 117 (St. Augustine's Vicarage) 351; figs. 98–9 (pp. 350, 352)
-, Nos. 117A–122 296, 301
-, Nos. 123–134 296, 340; fig. 81 (p. 315); Pl. 89c
-, No. 167 336, 340–2; figs. 95–6; Pls. 106b, 107a, b
-, Nos. 168–169 68, 70
-, No. 170 326, 334, 336–8; fig. 93 (p. 337); Pls. 104–5, 106a, c
-, Nos. 171–176 (Alexandra Court) 68, 325; fig. 86 (p. 326); Pl. 113a
-, No. 177 68, 246, 325; Pls. 107c, 111c
-, Nos. 178–179 246, 342; Pls. 107c, 108–9

Queen's Gate (continued')
-, No. 180 68, 333–4; fig. 92; Pls. 102, 103a, b, 107c, d
-, Nos. 181–183 68, 325; Pl. 107d
-, No. 184 68, 342; Pl. 107d
-, No. 185 68, 334, 338–40; fig. 94 (p. 339); Pls. 107d, 110, 111a
-, Nos. 186–195 67, 68, 305, 342; figs. 62, 87–8 (pp. 306, 327); Pls. 88b, 107d, 113b, c
-, No. 196 330, 331–3; figs. 87, 91 (pp. 327, 333); Pls. 98–9
-, Nos.197–200 67, 304; fig. 87 (p. 327); Pls. 92c, 98a
-, see also Kensington Gore, No. 25; Hyde Park Gate, Nos. 1–4; Natural History Museum; St. Augustine's Church

Queen's Gate Gardens 271, 274–5, 276, 283–284, 285, 311, 317, 319, 324, 361; fig. 48 (p. 275); Pl. 82c
-, Aldin's builder's yard in 271, 285
-, West side (Nos. 1–10) 276, 361; Pl. 84c
-, North side (Nos. 11–23) 283–4, 313, 361; figs. 47, 53, 70 (pp. 273, 284, 311); Pl. 88a
-, East side (Nos. 24–39A) 284, 285, 313, 323, 361; fig. 71 (p. 311); Pls. 86b, c, 87
-, South side (Nos. 40–53) 283, 285, 313, 361; fig. 78 (p. 314); Pl. 84c

Queen's Gate Hall 302; fig. 61; Pl. 101e

Queen's Gate Mews 37, 267–8, 269, 298, 324; Pl. 83c

Queen's Arms public house 268

Queen's Gate Place 273, 284, 285, 307, 313–14, 323, 362; fig. 73 (p. 312); Pls. 74c, 89d
-, Nos. 1–4 272, 273, 285, 362; fig. 55 (p. 287)
-, No. 8 285, 362

Queen's Gate Place Mews 298; fig. 84 (p. 318); Pl. 82b

Queen's Gate Terrace 56, 58, 62, 63, 85, 264, 268–9, 271–2, 308, 309, 310, 314, 319, 322, 324, 362–3; fig. 54 (p. 286); Pl. 83d, e
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–54 46, 268–9, 362–3; fig. 66 (p. 310); Pl. 83d
-, Nos. 56–58 269, 363; fig. 46 (p. 270); Pl. 84a
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, South Kensington Hotel 272, 363; Pl. 83e
-, Nos. 1–9 282, 282, 310, 316, 363; fig. 74 (p. 312)
-, Nos. 11–43 271–2, 310, 363; fig. 64 (p. 309); Pl. 83e

Queen's Hall 194

Queensberry Mews West 63, 302; fig. 61

Queensberry Place 63, 295–6, 309, 319, 324, 363; Pls. 31a, 114b

Queensberry Way 63
-, Institut Français 348; Pl. 114b

a Radinger, Philip, Associates 230

Raglan Barracks, Devonport 86

Railways and railway companies
-, 1851 Commissioners' attitude to 63, 65
-, demolitions and rebuildings caused by 5,17–18, 294
-, effect on building development 289, 294, 298, 299, 302
-, land purchase and sales by 5, 6, 18, 65, 294, 302
-, omnibus service of 194
-, roads built by 65, 294, 302
-, station 63, 65
-, subways 194

a Rammell, T. W. 194

Ramsay, E. P. 213

Ramsay, Thomas 360

Ranken, Henrietta and William B. 364

Ransom, Bouverie and Co. 297

b Ransome and Last 143n.

Raphael 75, 104, 109

c Rattee and Kett 354

Rauch, C. D. 159

Read, Thomas L. 359

Records Commission 78

Red House (Bayswater Road) 36, 46, 327

Redesdale, 1st Baron (A. B. Mitford) 251, 252

c Redfern, James 170

a Redgrave, Gilbert 71, 88–9, 91, 93, 112, 192, 194n.
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 179, 184, 190, 192, 193

c Redgrave, Richard 65, 79, 85; Pls. 3a, 80e
-, 1851 Commissioners' estate, and 58, 59, 60, 65, 85, 248
-, Albert Memorial, and 149, 153
-, art training, views on 79, 109, 260
-, buildings, opinions and comments on 76, 89, 101, 104, 158, 179
-, Continental visits 76, 89, 158, 179n.
-, decoration, views on 91, 92, 101
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 198, 198n.
-, Exhibition of 1862, and 137, 138, 139, 142n., 144
-, house of 34; Pl. 80b, e
-, Huxley Building, and 234, 235
-, picture-gallery design, ideas on 85,98,101,198
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 179,180,184
-, Royal Horticultural Society, and 92, 125, 127
-, Science and Art Department, role in 79, 80, 86, 89, 102, 138
-, South Kensington Museum, and 100, 101, 102, 106, 107, 110

Redgrave, Samuel 34

Reece Mews 301, 302, 350, 351

Reekes, John 21

Regency Square, Brighton 32

Regent Street 124

Regent's Park (Zoological Gardens) 130–1, 202n.

Reid, Sir William 50

Reiss, James 358

a Rew (Driver and Rew) 343, 345

c Reynolds-Stephens, Sir W. 340

Ricardo, Halsey 325

Richard Coeur de Lion (statue) 133

b Richardson, Messrs. 155

a Richardson, Charles James 7, 56, 57, 57n., 59, 263–8 passim, 271, 274–84 passim, 298n., 307, 317
-, façade designs of 309–10, 313, 314–16; figs. 63, 68, 74

c Richardson, Ellson and Co. 225

Richmond, 6th Duke of 250

Ripon, 1st Earl of (Viscount Goderich) 134

Roads
-, costs, upkeep 59–60, 146, 221, 276
-, making 57, 59, 59n., 65,142, 221, 264, 276
-, naming 7, 19–20, 26, 59, 275, 278, 296
-, numbering 26, 274, 282n., 304

Robert Street, Adelphi 16

Roberts, David 203

Robertson, Archibald 360

Robins, E. C. 240

Robinson, Crabb 163

a Robinson, J. 205n.

Robinson, Sir J. C. 79, 80, 99, 103, 117, 118

a Robson, E. R. 25, 46, 327

Rodney, Admiral Lord 12

b Rogers (Manley and Rogers) 36

Rome 72, 75, 228
-, St. John Lateran 93, 126

Roscoe, Prof. Sir Henry 239, 240, 253

Rose, Sir John 321, 360

Rose, Philip 358

Rosebery, 5th Earl of 118, 233, 245

Ross, Robert 363

Ross of Mull Granite Company 155

Rosse, 2nd Earl of 13

Rossetti, D. G. 142n.

Round Close 19

Round Pond, Kensington Gardens 158

Royal Academy of Arts 65, 66, 75, 165, 178, 182, 183, 185

Royal Academy of Music 65, 85, 177, 185, 217

Royal Albert Hall 177–95; figs. 29–30 (pp. 186–187); Pls. 29d, 48–54
-, acoustics 177, 180, 188–9, 189n.
-, adjacent buildings, and 67, 95, 198, 199, 217, 219, 261, 342
-, Albert Memorial, and 64, 149, 150, 152, 173, 178, 193
-, antecedents 84, 87, 153, 177–80

Royal Albert Hall(continued)
-, cost 179, 184, 185, 190
-, dimensions 139, 179
-, frieze and inscription 163n., 184,185,189–90, 193; Pl. 53a
-, interior 94, 183, 185, 188, 191, 192, 193, 194–5; Pls. 49d, 51a, 54
-, organ 191–2; Pls. 49d, 54c
-, roads around 124, 172, 194, 331, 343, 346
-, roles proposed for 51, 64, 65, 66, 131, 149, 177–82 passim, 184–5, 196, 217
-, roof 188, 194; Pl. 51b, c
-, site 12, 52, 150, 178, 179,181
-, velarium 188, 189, 194; Pl. 49d
-, other references 69, 72, 224, 250n., 251

Royal College of Art (formerly National Art Training School) 72, 79, 94, 95, 97, 107–8, 121, 246, 260–1
-, Kensington Gore buildings (1959–64) 15, 73, 96, 260–1; Pl. 76c
-, work by staff and students at South Kensington 91, 100, 108n., 115, 117, 121n., 217, 235, 237, 247, 261
-, see also Students, employment of
-, see also School of Design

Royal College of Chemistry 159, 234, 235

Royal College of Music (succeeded National Training School for Music) 69, 70, 199, 219, 228–30; Pls. 71, 72b

Royal College of Organists 217–19; fig. 36; Pls. 71a, 72b

Royal College of Science (formerly Normal School of Science or Science Schools) 66, 71, 97, 120, 132, 233, 234, 235, 242–4, 245n., 246, 250, 251, 252, 256
-, premises of (1900–6) 71, 95, 121,235, 242–4; fig. 41 (p. 242); Pl. 73c, d

Royal Commissions National Gallery (1851, 1857) 52, 61
-, National Museums and Galleries (1927–30) 72–3, 214, 258
-, Scientific Instruction (1871–4) 208, 235, 250, 257
-, Secondary Education (1894–5) 71
-, Technical Instruction (1881–4) 239, 251
-, see also Commissioners for Exhibition of 1851; Exhibitions, 1862 (1861), London, Commissioners

Royal Engineers (Sappers) 71, 80, 81, 86–7, 99, 144, 217, 217n.
-, see also Donnelly, Sir John F. D.; Fowke, Francis; Scott, Henry Y. D.

Royal Exchange Assurance 282, 291, 345

Royal Fine Arts Commission 227, 247, 260

Royal Geographical Society (Lowther Lodge) 327–31; figs. 89–90; Pls. 96–7, 114a
-, Royal Horticultural Society 60, 67, 69, 124–32 passim, 179, 196, 197, 199

Royal Horticultural Society's Garden 64, 66, 70, 77, 95, 124–32, 142, 178, 196, 197, 243n., 251; plan a between pp. 54–5; Pls. 2b, 26–9, 31b, 32c, 35c, 50b, 55b, c, 56a, 72b
-, arcades, loggias (north, east and west sides) 87, 92, 93, 124, 125–7 passim, 128, 129, 131, 132, 194, 196, 197, 198, 249, 251; Pls. 26c, d, 27b, d, 29a, b
-, band houses 126; Pl. 28c
-, conservatory 93, 95, 126, 194, 198, 199; Pls. 28a, b, 29, 50b, 72b
-, Council room 87, 127; Pl. 27b, c
-, design and layout 92, 93, 125, 126, 127–8,129, 129n.
-, early ideas for 60, 84, 92, 124, 125, 137
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 196, 197, 198, 199
-, entrances 127, 128, 132, 178; Pls. 27a, b, 55c
-, Exhibition of 1862 (1861), and 124, 126, 130, 138, 142
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 64, 127, 130, 133, 135, 136
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 95, 131,194,197,198, 199
-, sculpture in 90, 124, 125, 129–30, 130n., 135n.
-, south side (later Southern Gallery, q.v.) 65, 66, 87, 126, 130, 138, 141, 146, 147, 205, 207, 208, 243, 249, 250, 256; figs. 31–2 (pp. 204, 207); Pls. 28c, 31b, 50b

Royal Hospital, Chelsea 15

Royal Institute of British Architects 87, 92, 118, 120,147,183,206,253

Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (chapel) 217n.

Royal Oak public house, Elizabeth Street 288

Royal Pair public house 22, 24

Royal School of Mines 71, 80, 95, 97, 173, 233, 234, 235, 245, 245n.; fig. 42 (p. 244); Pl. 74a

Royal School of Needlework 70, 95, 231–2; fig. 38 (p. 231); Pl. 73a, b

Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh 87, 104, 139, 206, 254

Royal Society 72, 238

Royal Society of Arts see Society of Arts

Rücker, Prof. Sir Arthur 233, 237n., 243, 244

Runciman, Sir Walter 253, 253n.

c Rushworth and Dreaper 354

Ruskin, John 76, 79, 80, 90, 100, 101

Russell, Eliza 361

Russell, Lord John 49, 55, 157

Russell, John Scott 180

Russell family (Dukes of Bedford) 42

c Rüst, Jesse 107

c Rust and Co. 225

Rutland, 6th Duke of (formerly Marquis of Granby) 38, 289, 291

Ryan,— 88

b Saint, William, and Co. 353

St. Albans, 10th Duke of 320, 358

St. Augustine's, Queen's Gate 51, 349–53; fig. 98; Pls. 77b, 115–16, 118b
-, vicar 349, 351
-, vicarage 351; figs. 98–9 (pp. 350, 352)

St. Eugène, Paris 89

St. George's Chapel, Windsor 163

St. Giles, Cripplegate, Parish 16

St. Jacques, Liège 355

St. James's Palace 111, 153n.

St. James's Square 319

St. James's Street 24, 334

St. John Lateran 93, 126

St. Luke, Old Street, Parish 16

St. Margaret, Westminster, Parish 1, 3, 14, 15, 60

St. Mary Abbots Parish see Kensington (St. Mary Abbots) Parish

St. Mary Abbot's Place 124

St. Mary Abbots School 15

St. Mary's, The Boltons 349, 350

St. Mungo Vintners, Glasgow 346

St. Pancras Station 188

St. Paul's Cathedral 78, 90, 99

St. Paul's, Onslow Square 349, 350

St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens 349

St. Petersburg 110, 320

St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road 51, 317, 349

Salis, Countess de 285

Salisbury, 2nd Marquess of 102, 142

Salisbury, 3rd Marquess of 118, 120, 220, 252

Salisbury Cathedral 144

Salmon (Mayhew and Salmon) 271

a Salomons, Edward 44

c Salviati, A. 91, 107, 108, 171

Sampson, Capt. G. D. 324

Samuel, E. L. 304

Samuelson, Sir Bernhard 239, 250, 251

b Sanders, John William 293–4

Sandford, F. R. (later 1st Baron) 145

Sandhurst (Royal Military Academy chapel) 217n.

Sandwith, William 363

a Sang, F. 205n.

Sang, Frederick 145

b Sankey, — 189

Sarl, William 347

Sassoon, Sir Albert 304

a Saunders, Charles, and Sons 299n.

Saye and Sele, 17th Baron (John Fiennes) 46, 362

Scaffolding 143, 143n., 188; Pls. 32b, d, 50a, 51a

Scarborough (Spa Building) 88

Scarborough, Thomas H. 359

Scarlett, James (1st Baron Abinger) 321

Schinkel, Karl Friedrich 81, 164

School of Art Needlework 231

School of Design, Somerset House 75, 76, 78,79, 90, 97, 260
-, see also Schools of Design

School of Mines see Royal School of Mines

School of Naval Architecture 94, 234, 235

Schools (children's) 14, 15, 25, 38, 322, 363

Schools of Design or art 49, 51, 76, 79, 81, 97, 260
-, see also School of Design, Somerset House

c Schoonjans, Adolphe 168

Science and Art Department (formerly Department of Practical Art) 74–96 passim
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 59, 62, 66, 85, 98, 102, 125, 294
-, Albert Memorial, and 156
-, Annual International Exhibitions, and 66, 197, 198
-, building materials and techniques, concern with 91, 93, 129
-, City and Guilds College, and 238, 239n., 241
-, design and architectural office 71, 86, 88–9, 93–4, 116, 183, 192, 205, 205n.
-, methods of 86, 92, 115, 128, 235
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 197, 198, 199, 251
-, educational work of 71, 79, 80, 81, 91, 97, 234–5, 248, 250
-, Exhibition of 1862, and 138, 139–40, 145, 146–7
-, Exhibitions in Paris (1855, 1867), and 59, 94
-, Gladstone, W. E., and 71, 71n., 108, 116, 235, 251
-, history of 51, 71, 76, 85, 97, 99
-, hostility to 88, 115–17, 146–7, 185, 205, 238, 239n., 251–2
-, Huxley Building, and 234–5, 237
-, Imperial Institute, and 221
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 135
-, museum collections of 66, 79–80, 95, 97–8, 117–18, 225
-, see also science museum below, and South Kensington Museum, collections
-, National Art Training School (later Royal College of Art), and 260
-, National Training School for Music, and 217, 219
-, offices 85, 86, 89, 94, 108
-, personnel 71, 71n., 80–1, 85–90 passim, 92, 93, 94, 122
-, political heads 102, 108, 116, 121, 250, 251
-, secretary and superintendent 78, 80, 81, 86, 241, 250
-, triumvirate of Cole, Fowke and Redgrave 86, 102, 104, 124–5, 126, 127, 128, 135, 138, 139–40, 179–80
-, see also under these names

Science and Art Department (continued)
-, Queen Alexandra's House, and 345, 346
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 66, 173, 177, 179–80, 183, 185, 189, 192
-, Royal College of Science, and 97, 243
-, Royal Horticultural Society's Garden, and 66, 92–3, 125, 126, 127–8, 129, 131
-, Royal School of Mines, and 97, 234
-, science museum and collections, and 97, 248–252 passim
-, South Kensington site, tenure of 62, 62n., 294, 304
-, South Kensington Museum, and 66, 85, 97–122 passim
-, see also science museum above
-, style, architectural and decorative of 85, 86, 89, 90, 92–3, 93n., 102–3, 219
-, Treasury, and 66, 71, 94, 108, 115, 117, 119, 120, 199, 235, 251
-, Works, Office of, and 97, 100, 115, 116, 119, 120, 199n., 251–2
-, other references 54, 56, 59, 71, 77, 253

Science Museum 65, 72, 118, 242–3, 248–56
-, building 95, 254–6, 257; fig. 43 (p. 255); Pl. 75a, b
-, collections 97, 118, 199–200, 248–52, 253, 256
-, director 90, 256
-, library 244, 250, 256
-, physical connexion with other museums 214, 216, 257, 258

Science Schools see Huxley Building; Royal College of Science

Scientific and Industrial Research, Department of 257

Scientific and technical education 49, 51, 65, 69, 71, 72, 80, 95, 97, 133, 148, 178, 221–2, 224, 226, 233–59 passim
-, see also Industrial education

a Scott, Sir George Gilbert 99, 136, 142, 147, 150–76 passim, 179, 180, 181

c Scott, George Gilbert, junior 159

a Scott, Henry Y.D. 66–7, 87, 88, 93, 94, 193, 209
-, as 1851 Commissioners'secretary 67, 95, 131, 191, 197, 239
-, as Royal Horticultural Society's secretary 67, 130, 131, 197
-, assistants and staff 88, 89, 93–4, 113, 114–15, 193, 197, 198, 235, 237
-, sewage company of 192, 193, 194n.
-, works
-, Eastern and Western Galleries 196, 197, 198, 199n.
-, French Court (1871 Exhibition) 199
-, Huxley Building 94, 234, 235, 237
-, International Fisheries Exhibition 132

a Scott, Henry Y. D. (continued)
-, works (continued)
-, Royal Albert Hall 177, 178, 179, 182–5, 188–93, 194
-, South Kensington Museum 87, 91, 93, 94, 108, 113, 114–15, 116

Scott, Gen. Sir John 358

a Scott, John Oldrid 153

b Scott, Matthew 302, 331

Scott, Thomas 155, 156, 156n.

Scott, Sir Walter (memorial) 152, 156

c Scott, William Bell 91, 112, 113, 115n., 122, 123

Scottish Industrial Museum, Edinburgh 87, 104, 139

Scottish Provident Institution 345

a Scrymgour, W. H.

Sculpture 149, 150, 163, 169, 178, 190
-, architectural or decorative 89, 90, 108n., 121n., 170, 189, 212, 225, 232, 241, 244, 338, 342, 346, 350
-, exhibits 79, 80, 99, 117n., 182
-, materials for 134, 135, 136, 150, 158–9, 164, 165, 167, 170, 173
-, Royal Academy, and 65n., 92, 165
-, statuary, busts, sculptured groups 59n., 90, 92, 103, 107, 108, 121, 121n., 124, 125, 129–130, 130n., 133–5, 135n., 150, 159–70, 174, 178, 229, 245, 330, 354, 355

a Scurry, William (and Wright) 294, 296

c Seale, J. W. 37

Searle, Olivia 13

Sebright, Octavia 359

Seely, Charles 361

Seidl, Gabriel von 253

Selborne, 1st Earl of 238, 239, 240, 241

Selenitic lime mortar 93

a Semper, Gottfried 76, 98, 99, 100, 101, 183

Senior, Edward 364

Senior, Nassau 29

Serpentine, The 134

Serrell, Dalton Haskell 266, 272

Servants
-, accommodation of 42, 293, 316–17, 325, 330
-, numbers of 32, 38, 271, 288, 293, 322–4, 357–64

a Seth-Smith, W. Howard 48

Seville (formerly Charles) Street 298

Sewage disposal 192, 192n., 193, 194n.

Seymour, Lady Augusta 363

Sgraffito decoration 76, 91, 101, 217–19, 237; fig. 36 (p. 218); Pls. 59d, 71a

Shackleton, Sir Ernest (statue) 330

Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre Committee 295

Sharp, Henry Parkinson 48

Shaw, Sir Evelyn 73

Shaw, Fanny 360

b Shaw, George 24, 214

a Shaw, Richard Norman 36, 67, 68, 118, 231, 239, 293, 325–40 passim, 342–5 passim

Shaw-Lefevre, G. J. (later 1st Baron Eversley) 116, 119, 251

a Shearer, Kenneth 189n.

Sheepshanks, John, collection of 80, 100

Sheffield (School of Art) 89–90, 93, 123, 126, 260
-, see also Hoole and Co.

Sheffield House 8

a Sheilds, F. W. 157n.

Shelburne, Lord (later 4th Marquis of Lansdowne) 141

Shepherd's Bush 26,155

a Sheppard, Richard, and Partners 247

Ship (later Swan) public house 10, 301

Shoobridge, William S. 363

Shops 17, 18, 20, 98, 177, 179, 272, 300, 302, 319, 319n.

Shrewsbury, 18th Earl of 6, 17

Sidney, Hon. Sophia P. 361

Siemens, Sir William 240

Siltzer, Rosalie 361

Simla (Government House) 217n.

b Simpson, James, and Son 40

c Simpson, W. B., and Co. 107, 108, 142n.

Sittingbourne 143n.

Skating rink, proposed 131

c Skeaping, John 247n.

c Skidmore, F. A. (and Co.) 91, 170, 171

Slade, Sir Alfred 357

b Slater (Gee, Walker and Slater) 24

Sloane Street, 231, 295

b Smeed, Mr. 143n.

a Smirke, Sydney 87, 92, 125–9 passim, 133, 135, 136, 147, 150, 151

c Smith (Campbell, Smith and Co.) 354

c Smith, Mr. (of Clapham) 350

a Smith, C. H. 205n.

b Smith, George 298, 300

b Smith, George, and Co. 106n., 113, 237n.
-, see also Smith and Taylor

Smith, Henry 15

Smith, Seth 288

a Smith, Sidney R. J. 229

Smith, Prof. T. Roger 189n.

a Smith, Thomas 302n.

Smith, William 4

a Smith and Taylor 100, 107, 108, 140n., 155, 171

Smithfield Shows 296

Smith's Charity estate 15, 55, 287, 288, 308
-, Carpet Ground 15, 55–6; figs. 1, 18 (pp. 2, 53)

a Snell, H. Saxon 88, 125, 144

Soane, Sir John 164

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings 332, 336

Society of Arts 76, 77, 80, 85, 99, 125, 142, 145, 149, 174, 196, 217, 248

Society of Arts (continued)
-, Exhibition of 1862, and 137–9 passim, 141, 145, 146

Solar Physics Committee 243n.

Solar physics observatory 243n.; Pl. 74b, c

Solomon, Solomon J. 37

Somerset House 51, 75, 78, 79

Somes, Marie 360

Sophia Matilda, Princess 7

Soulages collection 80

Sound-proofing 219, 229, 307

South African High Commissioner 226

South Kensington, name of 59

'South Kensington' (complex of institutions at) 74–96
-, hostility to, suspicion of 50, 64, 76, 80, 117, 172, 185n., 220, 221, 238, 241–2
-, interconnections of 66, 196

South Kensington Hotel (Company) 272, 282, 363; Pl. 83e

South Kensington (later Victoria and Albert)
-, Museum 91, 97–123; figs. 23–25; plan-sheet
-, A in end pocket; Pls. 1, 2c, 3–25, 26c, 39d, e
-, 1851 Commissioners, and 61, 62, 62n., 98, 99, 100, 102
-, antecedents 79–80, 81, 97–8
-, buildings 75, 85, 97, 103, 205, 214, 255, 261
-, Art Library and staircase 116, 118, 119, 199n.; Pl. 22a
-, Brompton Boilers or Iron museum 86, 98–9, 100, 101, 113, 117, 119; Pls. 4d, 5, 6a, 20c
-, Brompton Park House 6–7, 99; Pls. 4a, b, c, 22c
-, Cast Courts 94, 107, 108, 113–15, 118, 119, 237; Pls. 20b, c, 21
-, Ceramic Gallery (Rooms 65–69) and Staircase 91–2, 112, 115, 122–3, 123n.; Pl. 17
-, Cole Memorial 112, 122
-, Competition or Watercolour Galleries
-, (Rooms 100–101) 106, 110, 115, 122, 123; Pls. 3a, 8c, 11a
-, costs 98, 99, 100, 102, 107, 115, 116, 117, 121
-, East Staircase (Room 107) 90n., 92, 106
-, entrance lodge or guardhouse 100
-, Fernery 106
-, Green Dining Room or Morris Room 111–112, 122; Pl. 16a
-, Grill Room 111, 112, 122n., 122; Pl. 15
-, Iron museum see Brompton Boilers
-, Junction building 88, 99–100; Pl. 3b
-, Lecture Theatre (first) 100; Pl. 12c
-, Lecture Theatre (second) 107, 113, 188; fig. 24 (p. 113)
-, staircase 113; Pl. 20a
-, Leighton frescoes in 109–10; Pls. 10c, 22b
-, Lord Presidents' Court see South Court

South Kensington Museum (continued)
-, buildings (continued)
-, Morris Room see Green Dining Room
-, National Art Training School (Royal College of Art) range 94, 97, 107–8, 260
-, new buildings, 1899–1909 71, 95, 97, 118–22; Pls. 23–5, 66d
-, North Court 89, 104, 106, 118, 123, 188; Pls. 8a, b, 9d
-, ranges round (north and east) 87, 89, 102, 122
-, see also Rooms 94, 95–99
-, North Staircase 104, 106, 123; fig. 23 (p. 105); Pl. 11b
-, Octagon Court (Room 40) 122; Pl. 25a
-, office range 94, 108, 116; Pl. 20c
-, Oriental Courts (former) 110; Pl. 11c
-, picture galleries, 1957 (Rooms 103–106B) 104, 123
-, Prince Consort Gallery (Room 110) 106, 110; Pl. 9a, b, d
-, Quadrangle 87, 106–7, 108, 119, 120, 121n.; Pls. 12–14
-, bronze doors 103, 107; Pl. 13b
-, east side 102, 121; Pls. 7b, 39d
-, mosaic tablets 88, 89n., 116, 121
-, north (Lecture Theatre) side and terra-cotta columns 90, 94, 107, 112, 121, 235; Pls. 12d, 13–14
-, south side 108, 116
-, west (Residences) side 89, 94, 106, 107, 235; Pls. 12a, b, c, 14c
-, Refreshment Room (first) and photographic room 87, 100; Pl. 6
-, Refreshment Room, New 90n., 111, 112, 112n., 122; Pl. 16b
-, Rooms 21A–25, 41, 45, 74A 116
-, Room 94 104
-, Rooms 95–99 110–11, 122
-, Rooms 102, 109 110; Pls. 10c, 22b
-, Sheepshanks Gallery 87, 91, 100–1, 102, 106, 108, 121; Pls. 7b, c, 14c, 39d
-, South or Lord Presidents' Court 89, 90, 91, 93, 106, 108–10, 113, 118; Pls. 8c, d, 9a, c, 10
-, Vernon and Turner Galleries 101–2, 121; Pls. 7b, 19b
-, Watercolour Galleries see Competition Galleries
-, other references 90n., 92
-, Circulation Department 79, 104
-, collections 66, 79–80, 99, 106, 113, 117–18, 120, 122, 123
-, animal products collection, museum 99, 249
-, Architectural Museum 99, 118n.; Pl. 5d
-, construction, museum of 90, 99, 117, 118, 118n., 248, 249
-, economic entomology 118n.

South Kensington Museum (continued)
-, collections (continued)
-, education collection, museum 99, 118, 249, 252; Pl. 5c
-, food collection, museum 99, 117, 249
-, Indian section 94, 199, 217, 225
-, ornamental art collection, museum 99, 113, 117; Pl. 5c
-, paintings 80, 100, 117, 122, 122n.
-, patent, scientific 99, 248–52 passim
-, sculpture 99
-, trade 248
-, competition, architectural, 1891, 95, 118–19;
-, plan-sheet A in end pocket; Pl. 23a
-, completion schemes pre-1891 84, 88, 103–4, 108, 115, 116, 118, 148, 249; plan-sheet A in end pocket; Pls. 18–19
-, Directors, general superintendents 78, 81, 94, 97, 121, 121n., 122, 220
-, see also Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon; Cole, Sir Henry; Cunliffe-Owen, Sir Philip; Maclagan, Sir Eric
-, equipment, fittings, furniture 90n., 112, 112n., 116, 121
-, Huxley Building, and 235, 237
-, mosaic and porcelain classes 91, 107, 109, 111, 189, 237
-, role of 79–80, 81, 91, 103, 117–18, 122, 123
-, site 61, 62n., 84, 85, 98, 177
-, students, studios, of 91, 198
-, Treasury, and 61, 104, 108, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121
-, trials of building prototypes at 128, 135, 142, 190
-, visitors 63, 66, 117, 117n.
-, Volunteers' drill shed at 87, 127
-, other references 66, 78, 177, 190, 210, 217, 304
-, see also Marlborough House, collections and Science Museum

South Kensington museums (Natural History) competition, 1864 87, 88, 147, 203–6; fig. 31 (p. 204); Pl. 60a

South Kensington Station 63, 65, 194, 302, 317

Southampton Buildings, 248

Southend (brickworks at) 296

Southern Gallery 65, 66, 70, 249, 250, 252, 256;
-, plan a between pp. 54–5; Pls. 57c, d, 74b
-, see also Royal Horticultural Society's Garden, south side and Exhibitions, 1862 (1861), London, refreshment rooms

Soyer, Alexis 13

Spa Building, Scarborough 88

c Spackman, B. L. 87, 190

b Sparham, John 20

Sparkes, Joseph 79

Spearing, Henry 322

Spearman, Sir Alexander 154, 197

Specimens of Geometrical Mosaics of the Middle Ages (M. D. Wyatt) 77

Spencer, 5th Earl 67, 235, 238, 250, 251, 330, 331, 343

c Spenser, S. 244

Speyer, Thomas 360

b Spicer, John 62, 63, 293–4, 307, 311, 320, 357

Sprimont Place, Chelsea 305

Square layout, South Kensington type 274–5

Squerryes Court, Westerham 336

Stables see Mews, stables and coach-houses

Stained glass see Glass, stained and painted

Stamfordham, Baron (Sir Arthur Bigge) 50, 72

Standard 39, 40

Stanhope, 5th Earl 161

Stanhope Cottage 299n.

Stanhope family, Earls of Harrington see Harrington

Stanhope Gardens 8, 65, 264, 297, 298–300, 302, 319, 323, 324, 364; Pl. 89a, b
-, East side (Nos. 1–20) 299, 299n., 307, 364; Pl. 89b
-, South side (Nos. 21–45) 299, 311, 364; fig. 79 (P. 314)
-, West side (Nos. 46–62) 299–300, 364; fig. 83 (p. 315); Pl. 89a
-, North side (Nos. 59–79 Cromwell Road) 300, 358; figs. 76–7 (p. 313); Pl. 89a

Stanhope Mews East 299n.; fig. 84 (p. 318)

Stanhope Mews Westfig. 84 (p. 318)

Stanley, Dean 163, 171

Stanley, Francis 358

Stanley, William Sloane 36

c Stannus, Hugh 117

Stanser, Robert Brymer 16

Stapleton, John 320, 362

Stapylton, Martin B. 361

Statham, H. H. 188, 241

Statistical Society 51

a Steele, H. R. 194

Steele, T. J. 347

b Steer, A. 32

Steinle, Edward von 110

Steinthal, G. A. 244

Stephen, James 13

Stephen, Sir Leslie, Vanessa and Virginia 38

b Stephens, Bastow and Co. 353

Stephens, Jane 359

Stern, David 360

c Stevens, Alfred 76, 78, 90, 90n., 102, 103, 111, 116, 117, 121n., 122, 127, 129, 134

c Stevens, George 302

b Stevenson, J. J. 46, 48, 68, 228, 325, 326, 327, 331

Stewart, J. A. Shaw 349, 360

b Stirling, T. 213

Stirling, William 103

Stoke Lodge 29; fig. 9 (p. 28); Pl. 79c

Stokes, Leonard 121, 237n., 253

Stone, stonework, masonry 90, 222, 225, 231, 255, 307
-, granite
-, instances of use 107, 136, 155–6, 157, 158, 158n., 175, 224; Pl. 42c
-, suppliers, provenance 136, 149, 155–6, 158n., 224
-, other references 159, 209, 254
-, marble
-, instances of use 40, 41, 44, 159, 164, 165, 167, 168, 225, 254, 259, 351, 353, 355
-, suppliers, provenance 40, 41, 159, 165, 225, 259
-, other references 135, 156, 158
-, see also Mosaic decoration
-, Portland stone 231, 254
-, instances of use 40, 158, 209, 224, 225, 232, 244, 254, 259
-, type (Whitbed) 225, 244, 259
-, other 158n., 225, 229, 232, 351, 353, 355
-, unspecified 127, 283n., 334n.

Straith, Maj. Hector 358

Strand (Law Courts) 206n.

Strange, Dr. Robert 358

Strangeways Prison, Manchester 206

Strangford, Viscountess (w. of 7th Viscount) 272

Strathmore, 13th Earl of 285

Stratton Street (Nos. 15–16) 40

Street, G. E. 87, 90, 101, 147, 151n., 206, 239

Strikes 143, 155, 225–6, 254, 257

Stuart, Sir John and Jessie 359

Stucco see Cement

Student accommodation 85, 246, 247, 345–7

Students, employment of at South Kensington 91, 92, 108n., 109–17 passim, 144, 198, 217, 260

Studios see Artists' houses and studios

Subways 66, 194

Sullivan, Sir Arthur 219

Summerley, Felix 91

Sutton, George Henry 358

Swaine, Jeanette A. 360

Swan (formerly Ship) public house 10, 301

Swanscombe, Kent 336

Swanston, Clement T. 363

Swinhoe, John 13

Sydenham (Crystal Palace) 50, 77, 130, 137

Sydney Mews 160

c Sykes, Godfrey 89–90, 91, 93, 102–3, 116, 123, 126; Pl. 2c
-, works
-, Exhibition building of 1862 142, 142n.
-, Huxley Building 235
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition 135, 136

c Sykes, Godfrey (continued)
-, works (continued)
-, Royal Horticultural Society's Garden 92, 93, 126, 127, 129, 131n.
-, South Kensington Museum 88, 89–91 passim, 93, 102–7 passim, 110–13 passim, 116, 123

Tait, A. C. 349, 350

Talbot, 3rd Earl (later 18th Earl of Shrewsbury) 6, 17

a Tanner, H. W. G. 245

a Tanner, Sir Henry 214, 252n., 253, 254n., 257

a Tarring, John 266

b Tarte, William 34, 35, 267

Tate Gallery and collections 71, 199n., 225, 243

Tayler, William 363

a Taylor (Chapman, Taylor and Partners) 32

Taylor, George Cavendish 359

Taylor, Herbert 298, 299

a Taylor, J. E. H. 205n.

a Taylor, Sir John 116, 199n., 213, 243

c Taylor, John 225

Taylor, John E. 320, 361

b Taylor, Joseph 155
-, see also Smith and Taylor

Taylor, Mary 21

Taylor, William 363

Teacher-training 78, 238, 241, 260

Technical education see Scientific and technical education

Technical Education Board of London County Council 231, 233

Teheran (British Chancery) 94

Teniswood, G. F. 162

c Tenniel, John 108

Terrace, The, Kensington High Street 10

Terra-cotta 90, 106, 108, 121, 127, 129, 158, 189, 193, 206, 209, 210, 212, 213, 222, 240, 257
-, examples of its use 89, 94, 107, 112, 114, 116, 121, 126, 127, 189, 194, 198, 206, 210, 212, 237, 240, 241
-, suppliers 90, 107, 129, 189, 198, 210, 237n., 241

Teulon, S. S. 87

Thackeray, W. M. 100

b Thames Iron Works and Ship Building Company 143, 143n.

c Theed, William 149, 152, 160, 161, 165, 166, 167, 168

Thew, Robert 29, 34, 37

a Thomas, A. J. 348

Thomas, Cecil 25

Thomas, Griffith 362

Thomas, W. Cave 142n.

Thompson, A. B. 153

Thompson, C. Thurston 87

Thompson, George 359

b Thompson, John 229

b Thompson, Robert 23

b Thompson, Thomas 302

a Thomson (Corfiato, Thomson and Partners) 348

a Thomson, A. G. 205n.

a Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (A. and G. Thomson) 151n., 205, 205n.

b Thorne and Co. 304

Thorney Court 44

Thorney House 42, 44

c Thorneycroft, Thomas 165, 166, 167, 168

Thorpe, Prof. T. 243

Thorwaldsen, Bertil 161

Thring, Henry (later 1st Baron) 361

Thurloe, Ann 8, 9

Thurloe, John 8, 9, 10

Thurloe estate see Alexander (Thurloe) estate

Thurloe family 9

Thurloe Place 260, 287n, 293; Pls. 6a, 7a
-, public garden 293, 294; Pls. 36b, 92b

Thurloe Place Mews 287, 294

Thurloe Square 8, 10, 65, 120, 263, 274, 285, 294, 308; Pls. 4b, c, 7a

Thursby, James L. 359

b Thwaites, Mr. 266

Thynne, Lord Edward 357

Tichborne, Anne, Lady 11

Tilden, Prof. W. A. 243

Tite, Sir William 71, 133, 134, 150, 151, 183, 184, 188, 203, 205

Tizard, Sir Henry 246

Toll gates 26, 27; Pl. 79e

Tomlinson, Humphrey 11, 14

a Tomlinson, Richard 305

Toogood, Henry 362

Tooley Street (fire in) 101

Torrington, 7th Viscount 154, 174

Tower, Thomas 362

c Townroe, Reuben 90, 93, 116, 184, 192
-, works
-, Royal Albert Hall 94, 184, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193
-, South Kensington Museum 104, 107, 110, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116
-, other 135, 142, 142n., 198

Trade, Board of 49, 50, 51, 79, 97, 99, 226, 254
-, Presidents' portraits 108

a Travers, Martin 352, 353

Treasury (Exchequer), attitudes to South Kensington buildings and enterprises 65, 71, 108, 115, 116, 118, 120, 202, 235, 251, 252, 257, 258
-, see also Government; Parliament

Trees and shrubs 56, 57, 59, 98, 121n., 125, 173

a Trego, W. and J. J. 205n.

Tremlett (Dupasquier and Tremlett) 271

Tremlett, George G. 362

Trevelyan, Sir Charles (1st bart.) 61

Trevelyan, Sir Charles (3rd bart.) 254

Triqueti, Baron 152, 161

Troblefield, Basil 5

b Trollope, George, and Sons 304

a Tubbs, Ralph 298n.

Turbevyle, Basil 5

Turner, Dawson

c Turner, L. A. 355

b Turner, T. 59

Turner, Thackeray (Balfour and Turner) 68

Turner collection 102

Tusdale, Frederick 358

Twickenham 288

Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes see Fiennes

a Tyler, William 7

Tyller, Charles 363

Ullathorne, Alexander 359

University, proposals for 51, 64, 148, 153n., 178, 238, 248

University Church, Dublin 89

University Museum, Oxford 91, 104

Unthank, Clement W. 361

Unwin, Raymond 122

Unwin, Prof. W. C. 240, 245

Upper Phillimore Place 10

c Vaere, Gaston de 229

Vallance, Aymer 111

Vallotten, Howell Leny 37

Vanbrugh, Sir John 6–7

Vassall, Lady Elizabeth (later Baroness Holland) 6

Vaughan, John 267

a Verity, Frank 194

a Verity, Thomas 88, 94, 193

Vernon, Robert, collection of 80, 102

Versailles (chapel) 178

c Victor, Prince, of Hohenlohe 229n.

Victoria, Princess (Vicky), Crown Princess of Prussia later Dowager Empress of Germany 76, 120, 152, 156, 162, 167

Victoria, Queen
-, Albert Memorial, and 148, 149, 151–4 passim, 154n., 156, 157, 159–62 passim, 164–8 passim, 171, 172, 174, 175
-, Imperial Institute, and 220, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226n.
-, Memorial to 1851 Exhibition, and 134, 135, 136
-, Royal Albert Hall, and 69, 179–82 passim, 184, 185, 191, 191n.
-, Royal Horticultural Society (Garden), and 125, 128, 129

Victoria, Queen (continued)
-, South Kensington, generally, and 65, 71, 147, 197, 203, 206
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum, and 104, 107, 108, 120, 121
-, statues of 121n., 135, 135n.
-, other references 59, 77, 80, 145, 151, 178

Victoria and Albert Museum see South Kensington (later Victoria and Albert) Museum

Victoria Street 32, 132, 343, 347

Vienna (1873 Exhibition, academy of music) 199, 228

Villa Albani 92, 126

Villa Maria see Gloucester Lodge

Villars, Baron de Graffenried 3, 4, 54, 55, 55n., 56, 62

Villars, Baroness de Graffenried (née Césarine Amable Louise Fleming) 3, 4, 7

Villars estate 7–8, 54–5, 263; fig. 18 (p. 53)
-, see also Harrington-Villars estate

Villefranche 351

Vinters Park, Maidstone 276

Viollet-le-Duc, E.-E. 91, 103, 175, 237

Vivian, 2nd Baron 363

Vivian, William 338, 340

Vocational training 71, 81, 238

Volunteers, 1st Middlesex (drill shed) 87, 127

Voysey, C. F. A 122

Waagen, G. F. 159

b Waddington (Bray and Waddington) 126n.

a Wade, Fairfax B. 95, 231, 232, 252n.

Walden, Viscount (later 9th Marquess of Tweeddale) 294

Waldy, Alfred 364

Wales, Prince of see Edward VII and George V

Wales, Princess of see Alexandra, Queen

Walhampton House, Hampshire 333

b Walker (Gee, Walker and Slater) 24

c Walker, A. G. 40

c Walker, J. W. 229

Walker, Sir James 342

Wallace Collection 46

b Waller, J. 219, 288, 301

b Walls, John 265

Walpole, Horace 12

b Walton (Banister, Walton and Co.) 258

War, effect of
-, 1914–18 214
-, 1939–45 24, 112, 173, 216, 340
-, Crimean 52, 61, 86, 98
-, other 138, 213n., 251, 277

War Office 86, 117, 221

Ward, Hon. Mrs. Dudley 362

c Ward, James 110

a Ward, Ronald, and Partners 195

Warlock, Peter (Philip Heseltine) 332n.

a Warren, E. P. 355

Warwick, Dowager Countess of 6

Water closets 42, 277, 283, 317, 327

Water supply 42, 59n., 128

a Waterhouse, Alfred 70, 95, 118, 119, 189, 191, 222, 225, 228, 294n., 347
-, works
-, City and Guilds College 68, 95, 239–41 passim, 244, 245
-, Natural History Museum 95, 201, 205, 206–16 passim, 294n.

Waterhouse, G. R. 209

Waterloo Place 59n.

Watney, James 32, 42

Watson, Alfred E. T. 40

a Watson, John Burges

c Watts, G. F. 41, 107, 108, 109, 110, 142n.

b Watts, William 269, 282, 298

Waugh, Maj.-Gen. Sir Andrew S. 359

a Webb, Sir Aston 71, 72, 95, 116, 118–22 passim, 222, 232, 243–6 passim, 247

a Webb, Aston, and Son 246

a Webb, Maurice 246

c Webb, Philip 36, 112, 112n., 327, 330, 334, 336

Webb, Sidney 233

Weber, C. M. von 163

c Weekes, Henry 162, 165, 166

Weeks Hall, Princes Gardens 247

Wellesley, Dean 151

Wellington Monument, St. Paul's Cathedral 78

Wells, H. G. 235

a Wells, T. 205n.

Wernher, Beit and Co. 233

Wernher, Sir Julius 233, 245

West Middlesex Water Works Company 59n.

Westbury, 1st Baron 321

Westerham (Squerryes Court) 336

Western annexe see under Exhibitions, 1862 (1861), London

Western Bank of London 266

Western Gallery see Eastern and Western Galleries

c Westlake, N. H. J. 108

Westmacott, Richard, the younger 32, 134, 136

Westminster, City of 3, 60

Westminster, Dean and Chapter of 1, 3, 14, 15, 54, 57

Westminster, 1st Duke of 112, 343

Westminster Abbey 1

Westminster Aquarium 174

c Whall, Christopher 40

Whatman, James 63, 267, 274, 275, 276–83 passim, 315

Whewell, William 117

Whippingham Church 76–7

c Whistler, J. M. 109

Whitbread, Lady Elizabeth 12

Whitbread, Samuel 320, 361

White, Frederick Anthony 68, 336, 337, 338

Whitefriars Studio 356

Whitehall 221

c Wicks, Messrs. 336

a Wigg and Pownall 54
-, see also Pownall, George

Wightman, William 16

Wilberforce, William 12

a Wild, J. W. 77, 91, 94, 108, 110, 112, 114–15, 188, 192, 197, 237

b Wilkins, John 299

Wilkins, William 52

Wilkinson, Alfred 358

a Williams, Alfred 37, 294

a Williams, J. Leonard 232

Williams, John 358

c Willis, Henry 191

Wills, John 173, 174

Wilmot, Gen. F. Eardley 217

Wilmot, Sir John E. E., 2nd bart. 358

Wilson, Mrs. 364

b Wilson, A., and Sons 237n.

Wilson, Heath 79

Wilton, 2nd Earl of 191

Winchester House, Chelsea 17

Windsor 125, 151, 152, 163
-, see also Frogmore

Winn, Rowland 362

Wise, Henry 4, 6, 7, 11

Witley, Surrey 139n.

Wodrych, Humphry W. 359

Wolfe-Barry, Sir John 225

Wolsey (later Albert Memorial) Chapel, Windsor 151, 152

Wolverhampton, 1st Viscount 72

Women, art-work by 109, 110, 111, 112, 189
-, see also Convict labour

Wood, George 363

a Wood, Peter, and Partners 24

Woodcroft, Bennet 248, 250

Woodward, Benjamin 91

Woolf, Virginia 38

Woolner, Thomas 161

Woolwich (Royal Military Academy) 93

Woolwich Arsenal 6, 157

Workhouses 27, 29, 30

Working classes and South Kensington 61, 63, 66, 117, 117n., 177

Working-class housing 56

Works, First Commissioner of 172, 205, 206, 259
-, see also Ayrton, A. S.; Beauchamp, 7th Earl; Cowper, W. F.; Hall, Sir Benjamin; Layard, Sir Henry; Lennox, Lord Henry; Manners, Lord John; Shaw-Lefevre, G. J.

Works, Ministry of 173, 214

Works, Office of
-, Albert Memorial, and 171, 173, 175
-, Cromwell Gardens, and 294
-, Eastern and Western Galleries, and 199, 199n.
-, Exhibition of 1862 (site), and 147
-, Geological Museum, and 95, 256–9 passim
-, Huxley Building, and 115, 235, 237
-, Imperial Institute, and 226, 227
-, Natural History Museum, and 116, 202, 203, 206, 207, 209, 210, 212, 213, 214, 253, 258, 258n.
-, personnel 50, 58, 86, 108n., 116, 118, 199n., 202, 212, 213, 214, 243, 251, 252, 254, 254n., 256, 257, 259, 260
-, Post Office, Exhibition Road, and 71, 252n.
-, Royal College of Art, and 72, 108n., 121, 260
-, Royal College of Science, and 120, 121, 243
-, Science and Art Department, and 97, 100, 115, 116, 119, 120, 199n., 251–2
-, Science Museum, and 95, 251, 253, 254, 254n., 256
-, South Kensington (Victoria and Albert) Museum, and 86, 97, 99, 102, 110, 115, 116, 118–22 passim
-, see also Environment, Department of; Works, First Commissioner of; Works, Ministry of

a Worley, R. J. 348

Worsley, Sir Richard 4

Worsley, Seymour Dorothy (née Fleming) 4, 6

a Worthington, Sir Hubert 246, 247

Worthington, Thomas 153

Worton Hall, Isleworth 264

a Wray, C. G. 205n.

Wray, John Copley 362

a Wright (Scurry and Wright) 294, 296

a Wright, Christopher 32

a Wyatt, Sir Matthew Digby 77, 78, 87, 100, 142, 147n., 150, 151, 178, 179, 184

Yarde-Buller, Hon. Mrs. 362

c Yeames, W. F. 163n., 190

York, Archbishop of (William Thomson) 283

York, Duke of (later George VI) 259

a Young, Arthur 325

b Young, C. D., and Co. 98

a Young, William 118, 119, 331

Yugoslav Embassy 304

Zetland Arms public house 17

Ziebland, G. F. 74

Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park 130–1, 202n.

Zurich 183, 235, 239



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