Abbreviations used in the references

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1973

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'Abbreviations used in the references', Survey of London: volume 37: Northern Kensington (1973), pp. 356. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49884 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ABBREVIATIONS

A.P.S.D. Architectural Publication Society Dictionary, 1852–92.

B. The Builder.

B.A. Building Act case, Greater London Council.

B.M. British Museum.

B.N. The Building News.

Boase Frederick Boase, Modern English Biography, 6 vols., 1965 ed.

B.R. Building Regulation case, Greater London Council.

C.C. Records of the Church Commissioners, Millbank.

C.E.O. Crown Estate Office, Carlton House Terrace.

Colvin H. M. Colvin, A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects, 1660–1840, 1954.

D.N.B. Dictionary of National Biography.

D.S.R. District Surveyors' Returns for northern Kensington in Greater London Record Office, County Hall and Dartmouth Street.

E/HOL Holland estate records in Greater London Record Office, County Hall.

Faulkner Thomas Faulkner, History and Antiquities of Kensington, 1820.

G.E.C. The Complete Peerage, ed. G.E.C., 1910–59.

Gladstone Florence M. Gladstone, Notting Hill in Bygone Days, with additional material by Ashley Barker, 1969.

G.L.C. Greater London Council.

G.L.R.O.(L) Greater London Record Office, County Hall.

G.L.R.O.(M) Greater London Record Office (Middlesex), Dartmouth Street.

H.L.R.O. House of Lords Record Office.

I.L.N. The Illustrated London News.

K.P.L. Kensington Central Public Library, Hornton Street.

L.C.C. London County Council.

M.B.W. Records of the Metropolitan Board of Works in Greater London Record Office, County Hall.

M.C.S. Records of the Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers in Greater London Record Office, County Hall.

M.L.R. Middlesex Land Register in Greater London Record Office, County Hall.

M.O.H. Reports Reports of the Kensington Medical Officer of Health.

Pepperell Rev. William Pepperell, The Church Index: A Book of Metropolitan Churches and Church Enterprise. Part I. Kensington, [1872].

P.O.D. Post Office Directories.

P.P. Parliamentary Papers.

P.R.O. Public Record Office.

R.B. Ratebooks in Kensington Central Public Library, Hornton Street.

R.I.B.A. Royal Institute of British Architects.

W.C.S. Records of the Westminster Commissioners of Sewers in Greater London Record Office, County Hall.