List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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Ida Darlington (editor)

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1955

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 25: St George's Fields (The parishes of St. George the Martyr Southwark and St. Mary Newington) (1955), pp. XIII-XV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65437 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1.No. 215 Borough High Street, staircase detail and site plan. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans3
2.No. 220 Borough High Street, remains of old doorway on second floor, 1946. Measured drawing by F. H. Healey5
3.No. 177 Borough High Street, staircase. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior6
4.No. 209 Borough High Street, tablet at first-floor level. Sketch by F. A. Evans7
5.No. 220 Borough High Street, detail of staircase, 1946. Measured drawing by F. H. Healey8
6.Plan of Borough High Street between Newcomen Street and St. George's Church, showing sites of prisons. Based on the 1872 Ordnance Survey10
7.The Farmhouse, Harrow Street. Based on a drawing by E. Coffin made in 191425
8.St. George's Church, plans. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans28
9.St. George's Church, architectural details. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans30
10.St. George's Church, lead cistern33
11.Plan of St. George's Fields circa 1760–70. Based on plans in the City Records Office50
12.The Bridge House Mark51
13.No. 159 Blackfriars Road, smith's forge, 1952. Sketch by R. G. Absolon55
14.No. 139 Blackfriars Road, fireplace on second floor, 1951. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon57
15.No. 62 Borough Road, plans, elevation and section, 1951. Measured drawings by A. J. North59
16.No. 62 Borough Road, 1953. Sketch by F. A. Evans60
17.No. 9 St. George's Circus, shop front, 1952. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior61
18.Doorways, Nos. 30 and 34 West Square, 1950. Measured drawings by Evelyn Prior62
19.No. 29 West Square and No. 1 Orient Street, 1950. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior63
20.Drapers' Almshouses, plans. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans66
21.Drapers' Almshouses, elevations, etc., 195167
22.Boundary Stone, Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park. Sketch by F. A. Evans77
23.Boundary stone marking the limit of the jurisdiction of the City Corporation, formerly at the N.W. corner of Bethlem Hospital grounds, now in store80
24.Doorway, No. 122 Walworth Road, 1952. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans85
25.Map showing site of Walworth Manor House, etc. Based on the 1871 Ordnance Survey87
26.Newington Crescent, 1953. Sketch by F. A. Evans88
27.St. Peter's Church, west elevation, 1951. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon95
28.St. Peter's Church, boot scraper96
29.St. Peter's Church, white marble font, 1953. Sketch by F. A. Evans97
30.St. Peter's Church, entrance gates, 1951. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon98
31.No. 105 Kennington Park Road, door fanlight99
32.No. 103 Kennington Park Road, area railings100
33.York Street Chapel, 1953. Sketch by F. A. Evans101
34.York Street Chapel, plan, 1953102
35.York Street Chapel, cast iron grille104
36.Part of 1872 Ordnance Survey, showing Holy Trinity Church, etc.106
37.Holy Trinity Church, lamp standard. Drawing by R. G. Absolon110
38.Holy Trinity Church, plan of gallery, 1950. Measured drawing by R. A. F. Riding111
39.Holy Trinity Church, railing. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon112
40.Corner of Circular Road and Ralph Street, 1953. Sketch by F. A. Evans115
41.Nos. 45–57 Falmouth Road, 1952. Drawing by F. A. Evans116
42.Gate pier, The Paragon, New Kent Road117
43.St. George the Martyr Rectory and No. 220 New Kent Road, plans118
44.Lead cistern from The Paragon. Sketch by F. A. Evans119
45.Buckenham Square, The Paragon, etc., plan. From the 1872 Ordnance Survey123
46.The elevation of the wards and pledget room of the Lock Hospital124
47.Nos. 1–19 Bartholomew Street, elevation, 1950. Measured drawing by A. R. Hansen125
48.Bartholomew Street, balconies126

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

1.Bethlem HospitalArgent, two bars sable, in chief a label of five points gules, surmounted by a chief azure charged with a star of fifteen rays or, thereon a Host marked with a cross of the third, between, on the dexter a golden chalice and issuant therefrom a Host; and on the sinister, a golden basket containing manna, all proper. (p. 76)
2.Brandon, Charles, Duke Of SuffolkBarry of ten argent and gules a lion rampant or crowned per pale, of the first and second. (p. 22)
3.Brawne, Sir HughArgent, three bars sable on a canton or, a griffin's head erased of the second. (p. 92)
4.Bromfield, Sir EdwardAzure, a lion passant or. (p. 23)
5.Canterbury, Dean And Chapter OfAzure, a cross argent charged with the letters i and x in pale sable. (p. 82)
6.City Of LondonArgent, a cross gules, in the first quarter a sword in pale point upwards of the last. (p. 39)
7.Drapers' CompanyAzure, three clouds proper radiated in base or, each surmounted with a triple crown or, caps gules. (p. 65)
8.Fishmongers' CompanyAzure, three dolphins naiant in pale argent, finned or, between two pairs of lucies in saltire proper the sinister surmounting the dexter, over the nose of each lucy a ducal crown of the third; on a chief gules, three pairs of keys endorsed in saltire or. (p. 65)
9.Lenthall, Sir John (17th Century)Argent on a bend cottised sable three mullets or pieced gules, a cross-crosslet argent for distinction. (p. 4)
10.St. Bartholomew's HospitalPer pale argent and sable a chevron counter changed. (p. 125)
11.Trinity House, Corporation OfAzure, a cross gules between four ships of three masts, each under full sail all proper, on each sail, pennant and ensign a cross gules, and each quarter representing a sea piece. (p. 105)


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