List of figures in the text

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1957

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15-17

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'List of figures in the text', Survey of London: volume 27: Spitalfields and Mile End New Town (1957), pp. XV-XVII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50145 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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List of Figures in the Text

1. Stone capital found on the site of No. 38 Spital Square. Re-drawn by F. A. Evans from The Builder, 15 January 1910Page 21
2. Extract from Wyngaerde's view showing St. Mary Spital Priory22
3. Broad-arrow mark denoting the boundary of the Old Artillery Ground at No. 9 Brushfield Street. Drawing by F. A. Evans30
4. The Old Artillery Ground, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey31
5. Artillery Lane Synagogue, formerly Chapel, plan and section. Drawn by A. H. Grogan38
6. Part of Agas's map (c. 1560–70) showing the site of St. Mary Spital and the Old Artillery Ground40
7. Part of Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1677 showing Spital Yard area41
8. Plan of Stephen Vaughan's ground, 1580. Based on information in Bodleian MS. Charters, Middlesex 5948
9. The St. John-Tillard estate, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey and on a plan in the Public Record Office (Works 6/146/4)53
10. No. 15 Spital Square, ground-floor plan59
11. No. 15 Spital Square, front elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans60
12. No. 15 Spital Square, doorcase. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans61
13. No. 20 Spital Square, front elevation. Measured drawing by J. S. Watterson62
14. No. 20 Spital Square, section. Measured drawing by J. S. Watterson63
15. No. 20 Spital Square, ground- and first-floor plan64
16. No. 25 Spital Square, first-floor plan67
17. No. 25 Spital Square, detail of staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans67
18. Nos. 34 and 35 Spital Square, ground-floor plan. Based on a plan in a deed of the Central Foundation Schools of London70
19. No. 38 Spital Square, plan and front elevation. Re-drawn from The Builder, 15 January 191072
20. No. 26 Folgate Street, first-floor plan75
21. Backs of houses at the south-east angle of Spital Square and Folgate Street. Drawing by F. A. Evans76
22. Nos. 28 and 30 Elder Street, ground-floor plan82
23. Elder Street, backs of houses on the west side. Drawing by F. A. Evans83
24. No. 23 Elder Street and No. 29 Folgate Street, plans86
25. Backs of houses in Loom Court and Fleur-de-lis Street. Drawing by F. A. Evans88
26. St. Mary's Spital Square, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey104
27. The estate of Sir Charles Wheler and the Wilkes family,lay-out plan. Based on Horwood's map and on the Ordnance Survey109
28. Nos. 15 and 16 Calvin Street, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan 114
29. Nos. 75–77 and 89–91 (odd) Wilkes Street, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 114
30. Truman, Hanbury, Buxton and Company's Brewery, Brick Lane, lay-out plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey117
31. Truman, Hanbury, Buxton and Company's Brewery, Directors' House, elevation. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain119
32. Plans showing the development of Spitalfields Market. Based partly on the Ordnance Survey130
33. Spitalfields market-house, as represented by the head of the churchwardens' staff, Christ Church. Drawing by F. A. Evans131
34. No. 66 Brushfield Street, front elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans, based on a photograph in the possession of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments141
35. Brushfield Street, south side. Drawing by F. A. Evans142
36. No. 5 White's Row, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan146
37. Christ Church, west front without portico and spire. Hypothetical drawing by F. A. Evans based on Hawksmoor's sketches158
38. Christ Church, carved bracket from gallery front. Drawn by F. A. Evans174
39. Christ Church, communion-rail. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans175
40. The Wood-Michell estate, lay-out plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey179
41. No. 2 Fournier Street (Christ Church rectory), plans200
42. No. 2 Fournier Street (Christ Church rectory), front elevation. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 202
43. No. 2 Fournier Street (Christ Church rectory), section. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 203
44. No. 2 Fournier Street (Christ Church rectory), detail of staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by J. S. Watterson204
45. No. 4/6 Fournier Street, plans205
46. No. 4/6 Fournier Street, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan206
47. No. 4/6 Fournier Street, section. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan207
48. No. 4/6 Fournier Street, rainwater-head. Drawing by F. A. Evans208
49. No. 12 Fournier Street, doorway. Measured drawing by Mrs. G. Wilson209
50. No. 14 Fournier Street, plans210
51. No. 14 Fournier Street, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan212
52. No. 14 Fournier Street, section. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan213
53. Fournier Street, backs of houses on south side. Drawing by F. A. Evans214
54. No. 14 Fournier Street, detail of staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans215
55. No. 14 Fournier Street, chimneypiece in second-floor front room. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan215
56. Nos. 16 and 18 Fournier Street, ground-floor plan216
57. No. 27 Fournier Street, plans219
58. Fournier Street, backs of houses on north side. Drawing by F. A. Evans220
59. Spitalfields Great Synagogue, Fournier Street, and No. 59 Brick Lane, plan at gallery and first-floor levels224
60. No. 56 Artillery Lane, plans231
61. Nos. 56 and 58 Artillery Lane, front elevation. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan232
62. No. 56 Artillery Lane, section. Measured drawing by A. H. Grogan233
63. Chinoiserie chimneypiece formerly in No. 56 Artillery Lane firstfloor back room. Drawing by F. A. Evans from a photograph in the possession of White Allom Ltd235
64. Shoreditch terminus of the Eastern Counties Railway, lay-out plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey254
65. Commercial Street, lay-out plan. Based on a plan in the Public Record Office (Works 6/146/4)257
66. Commercial Street, elevations of typical buildings. Drawn by F. A. Evans260
67. St. Stephen's Church, Commercial Street, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey261
68. All Saints' Church, Buxton Street, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey269
69. St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Underwood Road, plan. Re-drawn from the original plans in the Office of Metropolitan Buildings271
70. ‘The Artisan's Home', Deal Street, plans and section. Re-drawn from The Builder, 19 January 1850274
71. Plan of two typical flats in the Metropolitan Association's Buildings, Deal Street. Re-drawn from The Builder, 4 March 1854275
72. No. 27 Spital Street. Re-drawn by F. A. Evans from a photograph in the possession of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments276
73. St. Olave's Church, Kingward Street, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey281
74. Trinity Congregational Church, Hanbury Street, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey282

STREET ELEVATIONS

Folgate Street, cross section and elevation of south side, and Spital Square, north arm,
elevation of east side: lay-out plans. Measured drawings by A. J. North
between pages 56–7
Nos. 5–29 (odd) and 16–36 (even) Elder Street, front elevations: cross section across
Elder Street: lay-out plans. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans
56–7
Fournier Street, elevation of north side between Wilkes Street and Brick Lane, and of
south side from Commercial Street to No. 20: cross section of Fournier Street:
lay-out plans. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans
192–3
Wilkes Street, elevations of east and west sides between Fournier Street and Hanbury
Street: cross section of Wilkes Street: lay-out plans. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans
192–3


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