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Montague H. Cox and G. Topham Forrest (editors)

Year published

1931

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171-183

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'Index', Survey of London: volume 14: St Margaret, Westminster, part III: Whitehall II (1931), pp. 171-183. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67940 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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A.

Aberdeen, Earl of 139

Abingdon, Abbey of 3, 105

Abingdon, Abbot of 8, 9

Adam, Robert 60 n.

Addington, Dr. Anthony 134

Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth 126, 134, 135

Admiralty, houses of 127 n.

Agar-Ellis, Rt. Hon. G. J. W., Baron Dover 63, 65, 67

"Agas" map 10, 13, 23, 82

Albany, Charles, Duke of, see Charles I.

Albany, the 62

Albemarle, Christopher, 2nd Duke of 50, 52, 53 n.

Albemarle, George, 1st Duke of 27, 28, 47, 49–51, 114 n., 115

Althorp, Viscount, John Charles, 3rd Earl Spencer 146, 150

Alvard, Thomas 46, 47

Ambassador, French 16 n., 17 n., 65, 169

Ambassador, Prussian 53 n., 54 n.

Ambassador, Spanish 16 n.

Ambassador, Venetian 54 n.

American Colonies, office of Secretary of State for 79, 80

American Colonies, office of SurveyorGeneral of Revenues from 90

Amherst, Jeffrey, Baron Amherst 65, 66

Ancæus, representation of 125 n.

Angerstein collection of pictures 67

Angier, John 102 n.

Anne, Queen (formerly Princess of Denmark) 52, 53, 116 n.

Anson, George, Baron Anson 161, 163

Anson, George Edward 138

Anson, the Hon. Mrs. 138

Anson, William 163

Applegarth, Capt. Wm. 50 n.

Apreece, Robert 148 n.

Arbuthnot, Chas. 126, 136, 144, 146, 149

Arbuthnot, George 138

Archer, John 24 n.

Armyn, Sir William 85n.

Arran, Earl of 57 n., 58

Arundel, Earl of 48 n., 83 n.

Ashburnham, Mr. 40

Asquith, Henry Herbert (afterwards Earl of Oxford and Asquith) 140, 153

Astley, Sir Edward 146, 147

Astley, Rhoda (née Delaval) 147

Astor, Viscountess, painting of Whitehall in possession of 101, 103, Pl. 4

Atterbury, Bishop 77–78

Aubigny, Lord 48

Auverquerque, Henry, Count of, see Overkirk, Lord.

Axe, the (in Axe Yard) 106 n.

Axe, the (in King Street) 9, 105, 106

Axe and Gate, the 92 n., 93 n.

Axe Yard, 106 n. 160 n.

B.

Baden, Prince Lewis of 71 n.

Badminton 37

Bagley, Thomas 50 n.

Bailey, E. H. 124 n.

Baker, Henry 45 n., 78

Baldwin, Stanley 140, 153

Balfour, Arthur James (afterwards Earl of Balfour) 139, 140

"Ball-house" 38

Balloon Ball 39

Balloon Court 39

Banqueting House 83, 85, 101, 169

Baptist, Mr. (John Baptist Castilian) 106, 107

Baring, Francis Thornhill, Baron Northbrook 138 n., 151

Barrington, Lord 131, 132

Barry's design for Privy Council Office, Board of Trade, etc. 68, 77, 94–100, Pl. 75–77
-, see also Treasury Buildings (Soane's and Barry's Buildings).

Bars, the, of Westminster 3

Basing, Charles, Lord (afterwards Duke of Bolton) 155, 156, 157

Bath, Knights of, preliminaries for creation of 15

Bathurst, Sir Benjamin 52 n., 53 n.

Bathurst, Henry, 3rd Earl 126, 137

Bathurst, Lady 53n.

Baynard's Castle 49 n.

Beaconsfield, Earl of (Benjamin Disraeli) 139, 152

Bear-baiting 13, 37

Bear Gallery 13, 16
-, see also Tiltyard Gallery.

Bear Stake Gallery 13 n.

Beaumont, Anthony 83n.

Beckett, Sir John 156, 159

Beirne, Mr. 133 n.

Belchior (Belcher, Belchier), William 161, 164

Bellamont, Lucy, Countess of 129

Bellamont, Earl of 129

Bellingham, John 135

Bell, the 3

Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Portland 126, 127, 132, 133, 135, 136, 149

Bentley [Richard] 148

Bere, Roger le, and Constance his wife 6

Bereford, Simon de 7

Bereford, Richard (afterwards Sir Richard) 45

Berkeley, Earl of, painting of Whitehall in possession of 101, Pl. 2

"Berkley House" 53 n.

"Berkly, Lady" 53 n.

Berkshire House, St. James's 17

Bertie, Lady Elizabeth 114, 116 n.

Bertie, Peregrine 71

Bexley, Baron, see Vansittart, Nicholas.

Bird, Ralph 44, 45 n.

Blackburne, Lancelot, Archbishop of York 156–157

Blackfriars, children of 24

Blackfriars, King's men at the 26

Blancford, — 17 n.

Blandford, William, Marquess of 161, 162

Blatcher, Thomas 92

Bohemia, Queen of, see Elizabeth, Princess.

Bolton, Charles, 3rd Duke of (Lord Basing) 155, 156, 157

Bolton, Lavinia, Duchess of 157

Bonvixy, Ant. 15 n.

Boscawen, Hugh, Viscount Falmouth, Comptroller of the Household 19, 21, 58, 59, 60 n.

Bothmar, Johann Caspar, Count Bothmar 116, 117, 126, 128 n., 129

Bothmer, Baron de 117n.

Boucherett, David 160 n.

Boucherett (Bushverighet), Sarah 160

"Boule-house, the" 37 n.

Bowles, Phineas 71 n.

Bowling Alleys 37

Bowling Green 16, 37

Bowman, Mr. 27 n.

Bowyer, Geo. 160 n.

Bowyer, Mr. 85 n.

Boyle, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery 146, 147–148

Boyle, John, 5th Earl of Orrery (afterwards Earl of Cork and Burlington) 148 n.

Boys, view of Whitehall by 94 n., Pl. 73

Brackeleye, John de, and Lucy his wife 3

Bradford, Widd. 111n.

Brake, the 37 n., 38, 40, 42, 68, 83, 107

Bredyman, George (Georgius Bridema') 46 n.

Bridges, — 90

Browne, Benedicta 24 n.

Browne, Sir Henry 24 n.

Brudenell, Lord 60 n.

Buckingham, 1st Duke of 83

Buckingham, George, 2nd Duke of 27–28, 51, 102, 103, 104, 110, 113, 115, 116 n., 126, 127

Buckingham, Mary, Countess of (née Beaumont) 83, 84

Buckingham, Mary, Duchess of (née Fairfax) 115, 127

Bunell, Madam 43 n.

Burgeys, Joan 5

Burgeys, Thomas 5

Burglary at the Cockpit 54 n.–55 n.

Burke, [Edmund] 132, 133

Burlington, Earl of, painting of Whitehall in possession of 103 n.,

Burlington House 133 n., 135

Bushverighet, see Boucherett.

Busts, terra-cotta, said to have come from the Holbein Gate 165–168, Pl. 7

Bute, [Lord] 131

Butterwick (Boterwyk), John Doget of 4

Byng, [Admiral] 131

C.

Cabinet, King's 56 n.

Cabinet Room at No. 10 Downing Street 117, 124, 125, Pl. 119–121

Cadogan House 170

Cadogan, Lord 170

Campbell-Bannerman, Sir Henry 140

Canaletto's painting of Whitehall 19

Canning, George 66, 126, 127 n., 136

Canning, Stratford 136

Cannon Row 19, 75 n., 89

Canterbury, Archbishop of, lodgings of 29 n., 30 n., 74

Canterbury, 1st Viscount, Charles Manners-Sutton 156, 159

Capon, William, drawing by 80, 81, Pl. 62

Cardell, Ellen 107 n., 108

Cardell, Thomas 106, 107

Cardigan, Earl of 60n.

Carleton, Lough 61 n.

Carlton House 62 n.

Carnavon, Anne Sophia, Lady 48 n.

Carnavon, Lord 48 n.

Caroline, Queen 129n.

Carr, Robert, Viscount Rochester, Earl of Somerset 48

Carter, John 105

Cary, John 114

Castilian, John Baptist 106, 107

Castilian, Peter de, of Mantua 106 n.

Castlemaine, Countess of (Mrs. Palmer, later Duchess of Cleveland) 16–18, 70, 85, 128

Castlereagh, Lord 136, 149 n.

Catherine of Braganza 84n.

Cavendish, Hon. George 170

Cavendish, Lord John 126, 133, 134

Chair Chamber 15

Chair House 15n.

Chamberlain, Austen 153

Chamberlain, Neville 153

Chamberlain, Lord, lodgings of 49n., 71, 72, 77, 84n.

Chamberlain, Lord, offices of 73

Chambers, Sir William 60n., 133n.

Chancellors of Exchequer, official residence at No. 11 Downing Street 142, 148–153

Chapel of St. Mary within Westminster Abbey 5–6, 8–9

Chapel Royal, Whitehall 12n., 101n.
-, Bishop of London, Dean of 74

Chaplin, Thomas 45, 78, 79n.

Charles I 15, 44n., 47, 48, 84
-, art collection catalogue 13n., 16n.
-, execution of 14, 49

Charles II 40, 50, 52, 84n., 85, 102, 103, 109n., 127, 128

"Charles" 6
-, see also "Stonors."

Charles, Sir Edward 7

Charles, Joan, widow of William 7

Charles, William 7

Charryngworth, Robert 4

Chatham, William, Earl of 66, 72n., 132, 163

Chawner, drawing by 75, Pl. 59

Chester, Edmund Keene, Bishop of (later Bishop of Ely) 144, 145n., 146, 148

Chesterfield, Elizabeth, Lady 57n.

Chesterfield, Lord 57n.

Chetwynd, William, Junr. 45

Chevreux, Duchess of 84

Chichester, Earl of (Thomas Pelham) 126, 127, 131

Chicken, Mr. 120, 129

Childers, H. C. E. 152

Churchill, Arabella, afterwards Godfrey 59n.

Churchill, Lord Randolph 152, 153

Churchill, Robert 71n.

Churchill, Winston 153

Clarendon, 1st Earl of 17n., 86n., 127

Clarendon, 2nd Earl of 55

Clarendon, Edward, 3rd Earl of 89n.

Clarendon, Henry, 4th Earl of, 2nd Earl of Rochester 89, 90, 91

Clarke, Sir William 50

Clarke, Mrs. 66

Clay, Charles 32

Clay, Mrs. 32n.–33n.

Claygate, Rosie of 4

Clayton, Sir Robert 110

Clenefeld, Viviana de 3

Clerk, Sir George 146, 151

Cleveland, Duchess of, see Castlemaine, Countess of.

Cleveley, Nicholas, and Cicely his wife 4

Clifden, Lady 63, 65, 67

Clifden, Viscount 65, 67

Clifford, Sir Thomas, afterwards Lord 51

Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 9th Earl of Lincoln (afterwards Duke of Newcastle) 126, 127, 130

Clynes, J. R. 153

Cockayne, John 92

Cock fighting 24

Cockpit 14, 23–30, 56n., 58, 98, 101, 103, 109, 110
-, lion on top of 12n., 23n.
-, Treasury Buildings on site, see Treasury, Kent's.
-, used as a playhouse 24–28, 113, Pl. 10
-, view of buildings on site, c. 1720 115

Cockpit Gate, see Holbein Gate.

Cockpit Lodgings 46–55
-, chapel 50

Cockpit Passage, see Treasury Passage.

Cockpit, Royal (in Queen Anne's Gate) 24

"Cockpit, The," room known as 77

"Cock place" 37

Cocks, Thomas Sommers 142, 145n., 146, 148

Coldstream Guards, ensign of LieutenantColonel of 102

College, Mrs. Edith 18, 30

Colonial Office 155, 156, 160, 161, 164

Colyns, Robert 5

Commissariat Department, office of 75n.

Compton, Sir Thomas 83n.

Comptroller of Army Accounts, office of 170

Comptroller of the Household (Hugh Boscawen) 19, 21, 58, 59, 60n.

Coney Yard 37

Conway, Earl of 52

Cook, Thomas 40n., 41–43, 45, 81, 88

Coot, Lady 129

Copt-Hall 53n.

Cork and Burlington, John Boyle, Earl of 148n.

Corner, Isaack 102n.

Cornwall, Henry 119

Cornewayle, Sir John 4

Cornwallis, Charles 42–43, 78, 88

Corve, John 4

"Cosimo" view of Whitehall 13n.

Cotter, James 86

Council Chamber 169, Pl. 146
-, see also Privy Council Chamber and offices.

Courtin, Honoré, French Ambassador 17n.

Couse, Mr. 121n., 133n.

Coutts, Thos. 62n.

Cowper, William Francis (Baron MountTemple) 138

Cowper, 5th Earl 138n.

Craven, Earl of 55

Creed, [John] 27n., 85n.

Crewe, Marquess of 139n.

Cromwell, Elizabeth 49

Cromwell, Sir Henry 108n.

Cromwell, Joan, Lady (née Warren) 108 n.

Cromwell, Oliver 26, 49, 84 n., 107, 108 n., 127

Cromwell, Richard 49, 84 n.

Cromwell, Robert 108 n.

Cruwys, Dorothy 157 n.

Cumberland, Duke of 20

Cust, Etheldred, Lady (née Payne) 142, 154–158

Cust, Sir John 154, 155 n., 156, 157–158

Cust, Sir Richard 158

D.

Dacre, Thomas, Lord (afterwards Earl of Sussex) 128 n.

Dalkeith, James, Earl of 70

Danby, Thomas, Earl of (later Duke of Leeds) 28, 51, 52, 69, 70, 110
-, plan of premises leased to 54, Pl. 37

Danby, Countess of 52

Danckerts, Hendrick, painting of Whitehall 101–104, 113, Pl. 2

Danvers, — 53n.

Darcy, Colonel Marmaduke 56, 57, 59

D'Arson, Frances, de Sommerdick (Lady Overkirk) 116, 126, 128

Dartmouth, Earl of 53 n., 71

Dartmouth, George, Baron 53 n., 71

Dartmouth, Lady 71 n.

Dashwood, Sir Francis (Baron Le Despencer) 126, 131

Delafay, Mr. 44 n.

Delaval, Charles 148

Delaval, Francis Blake 147, 148

Delaval, Sir Francis Blake 143, 144, 145, n., 146, 147, 148

Delaval, Rhoda (née Apreece) 148

Denham, Sir John 68 n.

Denmark, Prince of 53

Denmark, Princess Anne of, see Anne, Queen.

Denny, Anthony (afterwards Sir Anthony) 46 n.

Derby, Earl of 139

Devonshire, Duke of 54 n.

Digby, Abigail, Lady 106, 107

Digby, Sir George 106 n.

Disraeli, Benjamin (Earl of Beaconsfield) 139, 152

Doget, John, of Butterwick 4

Doncaster, James, Earl of 70

Dorset, Charles, 6th Earl of 71

Dorset, John Frederick, 3rd Duke of 75

Dorset, Lionel, 1st Duke of 61, 63, 66, 73, 75

Dorset, Dowager Duchess of 75

Dorset, 2nd Duke of 75

Dorset, Earl of 53 n.

Dorset House 38, 68, 72, 74–76, 91, 92, 96, 97, Pl. 57, 99

Dover, G. J. W. Agar-Ellis, Baron 63, 65, 67

Dover, Lady 65, 67

Dover House 21, 56–67, 95, Pl. 43–56
-, see also Featherstonhaugh, Sir Matthew, house of and Melbourne House.

Dowdeswell, William 126, 127 n., 131, 132, 133

Downing, Charles 91, 119, 142, 154, 160

Downing, Sir George 91, 109, 110, 111, 112, 118

Downing, Sir Jacob Garrard 112, 120

Downing, Dame Margaret 112, 120 n.

Downing Square, see Downing Street, western end.

Downing Street 94, 95, Pl. 106, 107
-, eastern end 91–93
-, history of site 105–112
-, No. 10 91, 101, 110n., 113–141, Pl. 108–131, 147–154
-, No. 11 (formerly Nos. 11 and 12) 120, 124, 142–153, Pl. 108, 112–114, 132–140
-, No. 12 (formerly No. 13) 154–159, Pl. 112, 113, 132, 141, 142
-, No. 14 160–164, Pl. 143–145
-, western end 112, Pl. 142

Drake, Lady (née Williams) 146, 147

Drummond, Charles 138 n.

Drummond, Edward 138

Dryden, [John] 127

Duck (Dookys), Dr. Richard 3 n.

Dudley, Sir Andrew 46 n.

Duffields, (Duffins) Alley 111 n.

Duffields, Thomas 8

Duke of York's School 66

Dulany, Daniel 144, 146, 147, 149

Dularate, 148

Dundas, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville 154n., 155 n., 158, 164

Dundas, Robert Saunders, 2nd Viscount Melville 156, 158

Dunk, George Montagu, 2nd Earl of Halifax 156, 157

Duppa, Thomas 115, 127, 128

Dutch Secretary 18, 21

Dyxson (Dykson), William 5, 6

E.

East India Company 154–155

Eden, Sir John 156, 158, 160–161, 164

Edward VI, portrait in Tiltyard Gallery 14

Egmont, 2nd Earl of 135

Eliot, Edward, 1st Baron 148

Eliot, John, Lord Eliot (later Earl of St. Germans) 142, 143, 146, 148, 155 n.

Eliot (Elliot), Lady Harriet (née Pitt) 134

Eliot (Elliot), Mr. 134

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I 24, 47, 48

Elizabeth, Queen 13 n., 106, 169

Ellis, Charles 127n.

Ely, Edmund Keene, Bishop of (previously Bishop of Chester) 144, 145 n., 146, 148

Ely, Peter of 6

Emmitt, Stephen 71 n.

Endif (Henedehuthe, Enedehuthe, Endyve) Lane 5, 6, 9 n.

Enquiry, Commissioners of, office of 80

Enskine, John 170

Erbach, Count 129

Eton College 3

Evelyn, John 57 n., 86

Everard, Everard 105, 106

Exchequer, Chancellors of, residence at No. 11 Downing Street 142, 148–153

Exley, — 145 n.

Eyre, Mr. 71 n.

F.

Fairfax, Lord 127

Falconbridge, see Fauconberg, Viscount

Falmouth, Charlotte, Viscountess (née Godfrey) 59, 60

Falmouth, Hugh, Viscount 19, 22, 58, 59, 60 n.

Fauconberg (Falconbridge), Viscount 16

"Featherballs," game 38

Featherstonehaugh, Sir Henry 61 n.

Featherstonehaugh, Sir Matthew 60, 61, 65
-, house of 60–61, Pl. 38–41
-, see also Dover House and York House.

Featherstonehaugh, Sarah, Lady 61, 66

Fenton, Lavinia (afterwards Duchess of Bolton) 157

Feversham, Earl of 21, 71 n.

Fire at Countess of Castlemaine's lodgings 17

Fire of 1698 18, 60, 71, 77, 79, 80

Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, reputed bust of 167, Pl. 146

Fisher, 84

Fitzgerald, James, Earl of Kildare (afterwards 1st Duke of Leinster) 161, 162

Fitzharding, Lady 53n.

Fitzroy, Charles 45

Flaxman, [John] 165

Fleetwood, General 49

Flewellein, Maurice and Richard 39 n.

Floyd, 84

Fox, Charles 32, 132, 133, 137

Fox, Henry (afterwards 1st Baron Holland) 161–163

Fox, Sir Stephen 162

France, Commissioners from, concerning the settlement of trade with England 55

Franciscans of Medmenham, The 131

Fraser, General Simon (sometime Master of Lovat) 154, 155 n., 156, 158

Fraternity or Gild of St. Mary within the parish church of St. Margaret, Westminster 3, 4, 9

Frechville, Lady 79 n.

Frederick the Great 131

Frederick (Fredrick), Thomas 119, 120, 142, 154, 160

Fremantle, Sir Thomas 138

French ambassador 16 n., 17 n., 65, 169

Frenielesworthe, Osbert of, and Katherine his wife 6

Friis, Elizabeth 6

Friis, Sir James 6

G.

Garland, John 4

Garthorne, Francis 33

Gascoyne, Guy 4

Gazetteer, office of 72 n.

Gentleman, Jane 85 n.

George, David Lloyd 140, 153

Germain, Charles Sackville 75

Germain, George Sackville, Viscount Sackville 75

Gibson, John 71 n.

Gladiator, statue of in St. James's Park 102, 103, 104

Gladstone, Herbert (afterwards Viscount Gladstone) 139 n., 152, 153

Gladstone, William Ewart 139, 152

Gloucester, Duke of 53n.

Goderich, Frederick John, Lord 122 n., 126, 127, 136, 150

Godfrey, Col. Charles, and Arabella his wife 59n.

Gordon Riots 132

Goschen, G. J. (afterwards Viscount Goschen) 153

Goulburn, Henry 146, 150

Gould, Sir Charles (afterwards Sir Charles Morgan) 156, 158

Gould, King 158

Gower, Dr. Charles 103

Gower, Rev. Mr. Foote 165

Grafton, Duke of 21

Grammont, Count de 57 n.

Grantham, Earl of 119 n., 129 n.

Great Hall 101, 102, 103

"Green-Cloath, Board of" 55 n.

Green in front of Whitehall 169

Grenville, George 79 n., 126, 131, 135

Grenville, William Wyndham, Baron Grenville 126, 133–137, 158 n.,

Grenville, Lady 135n.

Greville, 95

Grey, Sir Charles (afterwards 1st Earl Grey) 137

Grey, Charles, Lord Howick (afterwards 2nd Earl Grey) 66, 126, 137

Grey, Charles S. 138

Grey, Hon. R. W. 138

Grey, Thomas, Baron Grey of Groby 56n.

Grys, Hanekin 7

Guard House 103

Guilford, Francis, 1st Earl of 132

Guilford, Frederick, 2nd Earl of, see North, Frederick, Lord North.

Guiscard, Marquis de 77

Gun platform 19

Guy, Henry 86, 87, 88

Guy, Tom 85

Gwynn, Sir Rowland 21

H.

Halifax, Charles, Earl of 57, 58

Halifax, Charles, Viscount (of Monk Bretton) 138n., 151

Halifax, George Montagu Dunk, 2nd Earl 156, 157

Hambden Court 111n.

Hamlin's Yard 111n.

Hampden, Elizabeth (née Cromwell) 107, 108n., 109, 110, 111

Hampden, John 57n., 107, 108n.

Hampden, Richard 57, 107, 108n.,

Hampden, William 108n.

Hampden Garden 102, 113, 114, 119, 142, 154

Hampden House 9, 37, 39, 91, 102, 105–111

Hampden Yard 111n.

Hampstede, Richard, alias Walker 5

Hampton Court 42, 169
-, roundels containing busts on the gateways at 12, 166

Hance's (Hawnces) House 16, 83n., 85, 87, 107

Hanover, Elector of 54, 55, 129

Harcourt, Sir Philip 161

Harcourt, Simon, 1st Viscount 160, 161

Harcourt, Sir William 152, 153

Harley, Robert 77

Harper, James 87

Harper, Mary 85, 87

Harrington, Lady Frances 47

Harrington, William, Earl of (Viscount Petersham) 156, 157

Harrowby, Nathaniel Ryder, 1st Baron 161, 163

Harfield Peverell 165

Hawkesbury, Lord 79n., 80

Hayter, [Thomas] (afterwards Bishop of London) 157n.

Heyward, Eliz. (Lady Knyvet) 107, 108n.

Henrietta Maria 83, 84

Henry VII, reputed bust of 167, Pl. 146

Henry VIII 15, 68, 81, 82, 106
-, reputed bust of 167, Pl. 146

Henry, Prince, son of James I 40

Herries, John Charles 146, 150

Hervey, — 157

Hesse, Landgrave of 131

Heveningham, Sir Arthur 106n.

Hewster, Thomas 4

Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael (afterwards Earl St. Aldwyn) 152, 153

Hildyard, Rev. Henry 160n., 161n.

Hillsborough, Earl of 79

Hilmore, Rt. Hon. Peniston Lamb, Baron of, Lord Melbourne 62, 63, 65, 66, 138

Hind, John 111n.

Hoare, Henry 165

Hobart, Sir John 107, 108n.

Hobart, Mary, Lady (née Hampden) 108n.

Hobart, Lord 164

Holbein Gate 3, 10–22, 46n., 57, 60n., 83, 101, Pl. 5–7
-, terra-cotta busts said to have been taken from 12, 165–168, Pl. 146

Holbein, Hans 10, 15n., 167

Holland, Henry 62, 63, 64

Holland, Henry Fox, 1st Baron 161–163

Holland, [Wenceslaus], view of Whitehall by 11, 13

Home Secretary's Office 75, 80, 94, 143

Hope, William 44

Hopping Hall (Hoppindehalle, Hoppynghalle, Hoppyndehalle) 3, 4

Horne, Robert S. 153, 4

Horse Guards 103

Horse Guards Parade 30n., 96, 103n.

Howard, Charles, Baron Howard of Effingham (afterwards Earl of Nottingham, 83n.

Howe, Sir Richard 114

Howe, W. 85

Howick, Charles, Lord (2nd Earl Grey) 66, 126, 137

Hull, William, and Ellen, his wife 4

Hume, Peter 29n.

Hunt, George Ward 152

Hunt, Henry 154, 160, 164n.

Hunt, Mrs. 85n.

Huntingdon, Selina, Countess of 157

Huntingdon, Theophilus, 9th Earl of 156, 157

Hurtebees, Margaret 4

Huskisson, William 146, 149

Hyde, Laurence, Earl of Rochester 78, 79n., 86–88

Hyde (Hide) Pake 169

I.

Iddesleigh, Earl of (Sir Stafford Northcote) 139, 152

Ilchester, Mary, Countess of, picture in possession of 101, 102, 114, Pl. 3

Indian Board of Control 75, 78, 91–93, 154–155, 158

Iremonger, Joshua 61n.

Ivo the cook 6

J.

James I 47, 106, 169

James, Duke of York (afterwards James II) 41, 57n., 84n., 85, 102

Jersey, Earl of 71

Jesuits 84

Johns, Thomas 44

Johnson, George 27

Jones, Inigo 26

Judge-Advocate-General 78n., 155, 158, 159

K.

Kayser, Roberte 24n.

Keeper of the Palace 30, 37, 38, 39n., 46–48

Keene, Edmund, Bishop of Chester (and Ely) 146, 148

Kelly, Oliver 44

Kent, Earl of 71

Kent's Treasury, see Treasury, Kent's.

Kent, William 30, 98, 117, 123, 124, 125

Keppel, Hon. Col. George 138

Kerwyn, Andrew 39n.

Kildare, James, Earl of (afterwards Duke of Leinster) 161, 162

Kiligrew, Tom 17n.

Killegrew, Sir Philip (? Peter) 70

Kinclaven, Lord, Master of Orkney 39, 83n.

King Henry the VIII's Head, The 93n., 105n.

King, John 170

King, Walker, Bishop of Rochester 170

King Street Gate 15n., 18–19, 82–90, 105, P1. 66

King's Evil, ceremony of touching for 85

King's Gate, see Holbein Gate.

King's Head, the 93 n., 105, 106, 111 n.

King's Lodgings 49 n.

Kip's view 19 n., 73, 115

Kirke, George 37 n., 49

"Kitching, Clarke of ye" 53 n.

Knollis, Lord 13n.

Knyvet, Sir Henry 47

Knyvet (Knevitt or Knevett), Thomas, Baron Knyvet of Escrick 46, 47, 48, n., 105, 106, 107, 108 n., 111

Knyvet, Lady ( Hayward) 107, 108 n.

L.

Laboratory 70

Lamb, Hon. Sir F. 66

Lamb, Hon. George 67

Lamb, Sir Matthew 66

Lamb, Peniston, 1st Viscount (afterwards Baron) Melbourne 62, 63, 65, 66, 138

Lamb, William, 2nd Viscount Melbourne 65, 66

"Lambe, The" 5 n.

Lambert, Colonel 78 n.

Lambert, General 16

Lambert, Mrs. 16 n.

Langston, William 5, 6

Lansdowne, Lord 119 n.

Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marquess of 146, 148

Latimer, Viscount, see Danby, Thomas, Earl of.

Lauderdale, John, Duke of 86, 87

Law, Andrew Bonar 140, 153

Leake, John Martin 170

Le Despencer, Francis, Baron 126, 131

Lediard's map 54

Leeds Castle 165

Lee, Sir Edward Henry, Earl of Lichfield 114, 116, 126, 127, 128

Lee, Sir Francis Henry 128

Leeds, Thomas, Duke of, see Danby, Thomas, Earl of.

Legge, George, Baron Dartmouth 53 n., 71

Legge, Henry Bilson 126, 130, 131

Leinster, James, 1st Duke of (Earl of Kildare) 161, 162

Lennard, Thomas, Lord Dacre (afterwards Earl of Sussex) 128 n.

Lennox, Lady Georgiana Caroline 163

Lennox, Colonel 66

Lennox, Duke of 16

Lethicullier, Benjamin 61 n.

Levermore, Richard 4

Lewis, Prince of Baden 71 n.

Lewis, Sir George Cornwall 152

Lichfield, Charlotte, Countess of (née Fitzroy) 114, 115, 116, 127, 128

Lichfield, Edward Henry, Earl of 114, 116, 126, 127, 128

Lichfield, George Henry, 2nd Earl 128 n.

Lincoln, Henry, 9th Earl of (afterwards 2nd Duke of Newcastle) 126, 127, 130

Lindsey, Robert, Earl of 114

Litton, Robert 6

Liverpool, Lord 127 n., 136

Lokyngton, Walter 4

London, Bishop of 53 n., 54, 74, 89

Long, Robert 38 n., 41 n., 42

Long Gallery on the Cockpit side 83

Long Gallery, see Privy Gallery.

Lottery Office 30, 62

Lovat, 12th Baron 158

Lovat, Simon Fraser, Master of 154, 155 n., 156, 158

Lowe, George 122 n.

Lowe, Robert (afterwards Viscount Sherbrooke) 152

Lowther, Mr. 32 n.

Lozier, Gedeon 44

Lumley, Richard, 4th Earl of Scarbrough (Scarborough) 160, 161, 163–164

Lushington, Stephen R. 146, 149, 150

Lyttleton, Sir George, 1st Baron Lyttleton 131

M.

Macdonald, James Ramsay 140

McKenna, Reginald 153

Macpherson, Sir John 132 n.

Mahon, of Elvaston, Right Hon. James, Viscount 72 n.

Maiano, Giovanni da 167

Maids of Honour 116 n.

Maitland, John, Earl (afterwards Duke) of Lauderdale 86, 87

"Manchester Massacre" 134

Manchester, Countess of 21 n.

Manchester, Robert, Earl of 20, 21

Mandeville, Robert, Viscount, later Earl of Manchester 20, 21

Manners-Sutton, Charles, 1st Viscount Canterbury 156, 159

Mar, Earl of 29 n.

Margery, widow of Richard the barber 6

Marlborough, Duchess of 52, 53

Martin, James 154, 155, 156, 158

Mary I, Queen 169

Mary, Princess, daughter of Charles I 84

Maseres, William 142, 143, 144, 145 n., 154, 160

"Maycent" (Maysent), Thomas 5

Mayhew, John 160 n.

Mazarin, Duchesse de 17 n.

Mazell, engraving by 101 n.

Melbourne House, Piccadilly 66

Melbourne House, Whitehall 56–67, Pl. 42
-, see also Dover House.

Melbourne, Peniston, 1st Viscount 62, 63, 65, 66, 138

Melbourne, William, 2nd Viscount 66

Melbourne, Lady 62

Melville, Henry, 1st Viscount 154 n., 155 n., 158, 164

Melville, Robert, 2nd Viscount 156, 158

Meremont, Count 21

Meynell, Charles 44 n., 45

Mexborough, Countess of 147

Milward, Samuel 122, 129 n.

Mitford, William 161 n.

Modeno, Nicholas 169

Monck, Ann, Lady 50 n.

Monck, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle 27, 28, 47, 49–51, 114 n., 115

Monmouth, Anne, Duchess of 69, 70, 71, 80

Monmouth James, Duke of 80, 147
-, lodgings 38, 51, 68–70, 71, 80–81
-, nursery 69, 70, 73, 101, 114 n.

Monson, Hon. Lewis (Watson) 126, 127, 130

Montagu Lodgings 78–81

Montagu, Edward, Earl of Sandwich 41, 42, 84, 85, 86, 87

Montagu, John, 2nd Duke of 79

Montagu, Ralph, 1st Duke of 78, 79, 81

Montagu, Duchess of 60 n.

Montague, Charles, Earl of Halifax 57, 58

Monteagle, Baron, Thomas Spring-Rice 146, 151

Montgomery, Philip, Earl of (afterwards Earl of Pembroke) 37 n., 48, 49

Moore, Horatio 43, 45

Mordaunt, Sir John 78 n.

Morden and Lea's map of 1682 111 n.
-, Holbein Gate, inset view 11–12, 13 n.

Morgan, Sir Charles (formerly Sir Charles Gould) 156, 158

Morgan, Sir Charles (junior) 156, 158

Morse, Sir John 147

Morse, Leonard 146, 147

Moses, portrait of 14

Mote, the (Mot, Moote, Moteplace) 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Mount-Temple, William Francis, Baron 138

Murray ("Murrye"), Sir Robert 15 n.

Musgrave, Philip 71 n.

N.

Nassau, Henry, Count and Lord of Auverquerque (Overkirk) 116, 118 n., 119 n., 126, 128, 129

Nassau, Rt. Hon. (Earl of Bellamont) 129

Newcastle, Henry, 2nd Duke of 126, 127, 130

Newcastle, 1st Duke of 79 n.

Newton, Sir Adam 44 n.

Nicholas the cook 6

Noailles, Marquis de 65

Nollekens 124 n.

North, Anne, Lady 147

North, Frederick Lord North 62 n., 79 n., 121, 126, 127 n., 132, 133, 143, 147

Northbrook, Baron (Francis Thoronhill Baring) 138 n., 151

Northcote, Lady 152

Northcote, Sir Stafford, Earl of Iddesleigh 139, 152

Northumberland, Countess of 162 n.

Northumberland, Duke of 17 n.

Nottingham, Charles Howard, Earl of 83 n.

O.

Oldum, Robert 4

Ondart, Nicholas 15 n.

Orange, Prince of 50, 51, 53, 71 n.

Orford, Horatio, 1st Earl of, 2nd Lord Walpole of Wolterton 91, 92, 133

Orford, Horatio, 2nd Earl of 91 n.

Orford, Horatio, 3rd Earl of 91 n.

Orkney, Master of (afterwards Lord Kinclaven) 39, 83 n.

Ormonde, premises 56–58, 101

Ormonde, James, 1st Duke of 56, 57

Ormonde, 2nd Duke of 57, 58

Orrery, Charles Boyle, 4th Earl of 146–148

Orrery, John Boyle, 5th Earl of 148 n.

Osborne, Sir Thomas, Viscount Latimer, see Dan by, Earl of.

Ossory, Countess of 56 n.

Ossory, Earl of 57, 102, 103, 104

Overbury, 48

Overkirk, Lady (Frances D'Arson de Sommerdick) 116, 126, 128

Overkirk, Henry Nassau, Lord 116, 126, 128, 129

Oxford and Asquith, Herbert Henry, Earl of 140, 153.

P.

Panie, James 60, 63 n., 64

Palatine, Elector 48, 54

Palle, Elizabeth 8, 9, 105

Palle, Nicholas 8, 9

Palmer, Madam, see Castlemaine, Countess of.

Palmerston, Viscount 139

Paper Office, see State Paper Office.

Park Stairs 13, 14, 22, 49, 57, 59, 101

Parliament Street 90, pl. 67

Paston, Robert 52 n.

Paulet, Charles, 3rd Duke of Bolton (Lord Basing) 155, 156, 157

Payne, Thomas 158

Peacock, The 9, 105, 111

Peacock Court 111 n.

Peel, Sir Robert 66, 138

Pelham, Frances 170

Pelham, Henry 130

Pelham, Thomas 126, 127, 131

Pelham House 170

Pembroke, Philip, Earl of 37 n., 48, 49

Penehalowe, John 6, 9 n.

Pepys, John 85 n.

Pepys, Samuel 16, 17, 27, 40, 42, 50 n., 68, 84, 85, 86, 87

Pepys, Mrs. 85 n.

Perceval, Spencer 126, 127, 134, 135, 136, 146, 149

Peter of Ely, see Ely, Peter of.

Petersham, William Stanhope, Viscount (afterwards Earl of Harrington) 156, 157

"Pettie Callis" 107 n.

Petty, Lord Henry (Marquess of Lansdowne) 146, 148

Phaethon, representation of 125

Pheasant court 37, 106

Philip of Spain 13 n., 169

Pierce, Mr. 16

Pitt, "Diamond" 72 n.

Pitt, Lady Harriet (afterwards Lady Eliot) 134

Pitt, Thomas 72

Pitt, William 95, 121, 126, 133–136, 154 n.

Pitt, William, Earl of Chatham 66, 72 n., 132, 163

Plague 50

Plantation Office, see Trade, Board of.

Playhouse, see Cockpit.

Plays performed at the Cockpit 24–27

Plymouth, Bridget, Countess of 52

Plymouth, Charles, Earl of 52 n.

"Porche" at end of King's garden 84

Porter's Lodge within the Tilt-yard 16 n.

Portland, Duchess of 133 n.

Portland, 3rd Duke of, William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck 126, 127, 132, 133, 135, 136, 149

Pretender, Old 58

Prince's Lodgings 50

Privy Council Chamber and offices (old) 54, 74 n., 77–79, 91, 165–166, Pl. 60, 61 room known as "The Cockpit" 77

Privy Council Chamber and offices (present) 95–100, 112, Pl. 89–92
-, history of the site 68–93
-, Lord President's Room 96–97, Pl. 94–98

Privy Gallery (Long Gallery) 3 n., 10 n., 14, 15, 46 n., 49, 57, 83, 169–170

Privy Garden 12 n., 19, 83 n., 84–89, 106
-, pulpit in 169

Procter, William 109

Prussian ambassador 53, 54 n.

Pulpit in Privy Garden 169

Pye, Anne, Lady (née Hampden) 108 n.

Pye, Sir Robert 107, 108 n.

Pykard, Thomas 6

Q.

Queen Anne's Gate, site of "Royal Cockpit" 24

Queensberry, Duke of 29

R.

Raby, Lord 53 n.

Ramsden, Thomas 18, 20

Rawle, picture engraved by 103, 104

Rayleigh, Lord and Lady 140 n.

Rayner, Sir William 83 n.

"Rede Lyon, le" 4

Rede Lion, the 84

Reginald, the King's janitor 4

Richard, merchant of St. Paul's 6

Richard the barber 6

Richard, Anne 157

Richmond, Duke of 163

Rider, Richard 40 n.

Ripon, 1st Earl of, see Robinson, Frederick John.

Ritchie, Charles Thomson (Baron Ritchie of Dundee) 153

Robinson, Frederick John, Viscount Goderich (afterwards 1st Earl of Ripon) 122 n., 126, 127, 136, 150

Rochester House 74

Rochester, Fisher, Bishop of, reputed bust of 167, Pl. 146

Rochester, Henry, 2nd Earl of, 4th Earl of Clarendon 88–90, 91

Rochester, Laurence, 1st Earl of 78, 79 n., 86–88

Rochester, Robert Carr, Viscount, Earl of Somerset 48

Rochester, Walker King, Bishop of 170

Rockingham, Thomas, Earl of 130

Rockingham, Marquis of 133

Roger le Bere 6

Roman Catholic Chapel 170

Rose, le 3–5

Rose, [George] 95

Rose Alley 5

Rosebery, Earl of 139

Rosie of Claygate 4

Roundels on the Holbein Gate 12, 166

Rovezzano, Benedetto da 167

Rowlandson and Pugin, drawing by 80, Pl. 63

Royal Cockpit 24

Rupert, Prince 102

Russell, C. E., drawing in possession of 11

Russell, Earl (formerly Lord John) 138, 139

Russell, John 4

Russell, Richard 3, 4

Russell, William 4

Ruston, Adam de and Mabel his wife 3

Ryder, Anne, Lady (née Newnham) 161, 163

Ryder, Sir Dudley 163

Ryder, Nathaniel (afterwards 1st Baron Harrowby) 161, 163

S.

Sabina, wife of Richard the merchant 6

Sacheverell, [Henry] 161

Sackvile, Edward 24

Sackville, Charles, 6th Earl of Dorset 71

Sackville, Lord George 75

Sackville, Lady Isabella 49 n.

St. Aldwyn, Earl (Sir Michael Hicks-Beach) 152, 153

St. David's, Richard Trevor, Bishop of 146, 147

St. James, Hospital of 7

St. James's Fields 8, 9

St. James's Palace 50, 53 n.

St. James's Park 9, 59, 70 n., 85 n., 102
-, passage from 70 n., 101, 106
-, stairs from to Tiltyard (or Privy) Gallery 13, 21, 49, 57, 59, 101

St. John, Walter 114

St. Margaret, Westminster, Church of 7, 106 n., 107 n., 110, 129 n.
-, Fraternity of St. Mary within 3, 4, 9

St. Mary, Abingdon, see Abingdon, Abbot of.

St. Mary's Chapel, see Westminster Abbey.

Salesbury, John de 7

Sandby, Thomas 20

Sandwich, Edward, Earl of 41, 42, 84–87

Sandwich, F., Lancaster Herald 102

Sandys, Edwin 130

Sandys, Samuel, Baron Sandys 126, 130

Sandys, Mrs. 130 n.

Sant, John, Abbot of St. Mary Abingdon 8, 9

Sanye, John de, and Joan his wife 3

Sarah, Mrs. 42

Savile, Henry 87

Say, Thomas 8 n.

Scarbrough (Scarborough), Richard Lumley, 4th Earl of 160, 161, 163–164

Scarburgh (Scarborow), Sir Charles 78

Scarburgh, Lady 78, 79

Scot, Walter 160

Scotland Yard 78 n., 80, 170

Scott, James, Earl of Doncaster (afterwards Earl of Dalkeith) 70

Scottish Education Department 56

Scottish Office 56, 63, 72, 73

Scrope (Scroop), John 120, 146, 147

Secretary of State, lodgings of 79

Secretary of State, offices of 68, 72, 74
-, see also Home Secretary's Office.

Selly, David 4, 5

Selly, John 4

Seymour, Jane 14 n.

Shakerley, George 162 n.

Shaw, William 86, 88

Shawe, Richard 144

Shelburne, Lord 80 n.

Sheld, Richard 9

Shepherd, Thomas Hosmer, drawings by 81, 82, Pl. 63

Shepley, Mr. 85

Sherbrooke, Robert Lowe, Viscount 152

Shrewsbury, Charles, Duke of 55, 71

Shuttlecock, game of 38

Sidmouth, Henry, 1st Viscount 126, 134, 135

Simnel, Lambert 8

Sion House 53 n.

Skeley, Mr. 120

Skerrett (Skerrit), Miss Maria, afterwards Lady Walpole 118

Smith, Simon, and Ann his wife 44 n.

Smith, William Henry 139

Snowden, Philip 153

Soane, John
-, design for Board of Trade and Privy Council offices 94–100, Pl. 69, 70
-, see also Treasury buildings (Soane's and Barry's buildings).
-, design for Board of Trade Board Room 81–82
-, work at No. 10 Downing Street 122, 123, 125
-, work at No. 11 Downing Street 144–146

Soeur, Hubert le 102

Somerset, Algernon, 7th Duke of 162

Somerset, Frances, Duchess of (née Thynne) 161, 162

Somerset, Robert Carr, Earl of 48

Somerset, Thomas 39

Somerset House 50 n.

Sondes, Lewis, Baron 126, 127, 130

Southampton, Duchess of 70

Spanheim, Baron 53 n.

Spanish ambassador 16 n.

Speke, George 147

Spencer, John Charles, Viscount Althorp, 3rd Earl Spencer 146, 150

Spring-Rice, Thomas (Baron Monteagle of Brandon) 146, 151

Stanhope, The Hon. George 72 n.

Stanhope, Lady Hester 134

Stanhope, Rt. Hon. James, Earl Stanhope 18, 19, 59, 71–74

Stanhope, William, Viscount Petersham (afterwards Earl of Harrington) 156, 157

Stanley, Edward John (Baron Stanley of Alderley) 146, 151

Stanley, Sir John 58 n.

State Paper Office (Paper Office) 14–15, 18, 20 n., 21 n., 29 n., 79, 80

Staynor, Alice 7

Staynor, Maurice 7

Staynor (Steignour), Ralph 7

Steadman, James 119, 120, 142, 145, 154, 160

Steele, Richard 44, 72 n.

Steignour, see Staynor.

Stephenson, W. H. 138

Stirling, Col. Sir Walter George 65, 67

Stone, Edward 44

Stonor, Alice, widow of Thomas 8

Stonor, Edmund 7

Stonor, Gilbert 8

Stonor, Joan, widow of Sir Ralph 8

Stonor, John (son of Edmund) 7

Stonor, John (son of Sir John) 7

Stonor, Sir John de 6, 7

Stonor, Ralph (afterwards Sir Ralph) de 7, 8

Stonor, Thomas 8

Stonor, Sir William 8

"Stonors" ("Stoners") 6–9

Study, King's 15 n.

Sturton, Arthur 46 n.

Sturton, Lord 46 n.

Sudbury, Dean 111 n.

Sunderland, Lord 55, 72 n.

Sunderland, Lady 55

Sussex, Anne Countess of (née Fitzroy) 17, 128

Sussex, Thomas, Earl of 128 n.

Sutton, George 9 n.

Sylvestre's view of Whitehall 13

T.

Tait, Richard 170

Talbot, Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury 55, 71

Talbot, Gilbert 13 n.

Taylor, Sir Robert 122, 123

Tennis Court Coffee House 43–44

Tennis Courts 37–45, 56 n.
-, chief close 38, 68–69, 72, 74, 76, 101, Pl. 58, 59
-, great open (or Brake) 37 n., 38, 40, 42, 68, 83, 107
-, little close 38, 47
-, little open 38, 56
-, masters of 44–45, 78, 79 n.
-, new 41–43, 78, 84, 88, Pl. 36, 61
-, old, see Tennis Courts, chief close above.

Thorpe, Robert 109

Theatre, see Cockpit.

Throne-chair in Treasury Board Room 32

Thynne, Henry 162

Tiler, John 107 n.

Tiltyard 13, 14, 16 n., 37, 38, 59, 61, 101

Tiltyard Gallery 13–22, 46 n., 49, 59 n., 167

Tomkyns, Mr. 43 n.

Torrigiano, Pietro 167

Townshend, Charles 126, 127 n., 131, 132

Townshend, Charles, 3rd Viscount 132

Trade, Board (or Commissioners) of 72, 73, 74 n., 78–82, 89, 90, Pl. 62–65
-, Board Room 81–82, Pl. 63–65
-, "President's Room in old Treasury" 81, Pl. 63
-, Soane's building, see Treasury buildings (Soane's and Barry's buildings).

Trade and Plantations, Commissioners of, office of, see Trade, Board (or Commissioners) of.

Treasury, First Lords of, official residence at No. 10 Downing Street 113, 122, 126, 127

Treasury (old buildings on site of Cockpit, prior to Kent's) 29–30, 115

Treasury, Kent's 30–35, 54, 61, 95, 118, Pl. 11–35
-, Board Room 31–33, Pl. 19–26
-, history of site 23–30, 115

Treasury Buildings (Soane's and Barry's buildings) 94–100, 124, 125, Pl. 68–105
-, history of the site 68–93

Treasury (Cockpit) Passage 72 n., 76, 94, 95, 97, Pl. 60

Trevor, Baron 147

Trevor, Sir John 107, 108 n.

Trevor, Richard, Bishop of St. David's 146, 147

Trevor, Ruth, Lady (née Hampden) 108 n.

Trunckey, Robert 169

Tull, Geoffrey 5

Tull, William 5

U.

Union, Commissioners of 29

V.

Vanbrugh, [Sir John] 19

Vanderdoes,— 68 n.

Van Hul's House 18, 19, 20

Van Huls, William 15, 18, 21, 59

Van Huls, the Dutch secretary 18, 21

Vansittart, Henry 136

Vansittart, Nicholas, Baron Bexley 126, 127, 136

Van Wyck, Thomas, painting of Whitehall ascribed to 103, 116, Pl. 4

Vaughan, Hugh 8

Venetian ambassador 54 n.

Verney, Sir Ralph 114

Vertue, [George], drawings and engravings by 11–13, 19 n., 82, Pl. 5–7, 66

Villiers, George, 2nd Duke of Buckingham 27–28, 51, 102, 103, 110, 113, 115, 116 n., 126, 127

Villiers, Sir George 83 n.

Villiers, Henry 45

W.

Waldegrave, George, 4th Earl of 75

Waldegrave, George, 5th Earl of 75

Waldegrave, John, 3rd Earl of 75

Wales, Frederick, Prince of 62 n.

Walker, alias Hampstede, Richard 5

Walker, John 25

Wallingford House 13 n., 110 n., 127

Walpole, Edward 129 n.

Walpole, Horace, 3rd Lord Walpole of Walpole 90 n., 91 n., 103 n., 117, 129, 130 n., 156, 157

Walpole, Horatio (son of Sir Robert) 129 n.

Walpole, Horatio, 1st Baron Walpole of Wolterton 78, 90, 91, 112

Walpole, Horatio, 2nd Lord Walpole of Wolterton (afterwards 4th Lord Walpole of Walpole and 1st Earl of Orford) 91, 92, 133

Walpole, Sir Robert 90 n., 117, 118 n., 123, 126, 129, 130, 131, 147, 163

Walpole, Right Hon. the Lord (son of Sir Robert) 129 n.

Walpole, Dowager Lady 91

Walpole, — 84

Wardrobe, Great 79

Warren, Sir Ralph 108 n.

Warren, Richard 108 n.

Watson, Lewis (Monson) (afterwards Baron Sondes) 126, 127, 130

Wauden, William de 7

Webb, Jehu 44

Webb, John (architect) 26

Webb, John (master of the tennis courts) 44

Welby, Lord 43 n.

Wellington, Duke of 124, 126, 137, 149

Wentworth, Lord 48 n.

Wentworth, Lady 53n.

Westminster Abbey
-, Chapel of St. Mary within 5–6, 8–9
-, Dean and Chapter of 105, 106 n., 111
-, precentor of 3, 4
-, treasurer of 3

Westminster Bridge Commissioners 90

Westminster, City of, north view 93

Whalley, Col. Edwd. 85, 108

Whalley, Frances (née Cromwell) 108 n.

Whalley, Richd. 108 n.

Whichote, Samuel 124

Whitehall Gardens, No. 4 138

Whitehall Palace
-, general views of 23, 101–104, Pl. 2–4, 8–9
-, green in front of 169
-, Keepers of 46, 47, 48, 49, 106, 107

Whips, Government, office at No. 12, Downing Street 154

White, Joseph 161 n.

White Lion, the 84

Whitworth, Lord 75

"Whyte Crosse, le" 3 n.

Wilkes, [John] 131, 157

William III 18, 53, 128

William the cook 6

Williams, Henry 18 n.

Williams, Sir William 162

Williamson, Sir Joseph 15 n., 20 n.

Wilmington, Lord 130

Wilson-Filmer, Hon. Mrs. 165

Wimarch, widow 6

Winchester, horse race at 84 n.

Windsor Great Park 20

Withdrawing-Room, Queen's 48 n.

Wolfe, [James] 66

Wolsey, Cardinal 10 n., 76

Wood, Sir Charles (afterwards Viscount Halifax of Monk Bretton) 138 n., 151

Wood, Lady Mary 151

Woolfe, Mr. 80 n.

Worden, Sir John 52 n.

Wren, Sir Christopher 15, 29 n., 30., 56, 57, 58, 169–170

Wright, John 45 n.

Wright, Peter Luard 165

Wright, Mr. 165, 167

Wyatt, Sir Henry 5

Wyatt, [James] 75, 76 n., 121 n.

Wyngaerde's Sketch of Whitehall 13, 23, 101 n., Pl. 9

Wynn, Lady (née Shakerley) 161, 162

Wynn, Sir John 162

Wynn, Sir Watkin Williams 161, 162, 163 n.

Y.

Yarmouth, Countess of 119 n.

Yarmouth, Lord 52 n.

York, Lancelot Blackburne, Archbishop of 156–157

York, Charles, Duke of, see Charles I

York, James, Duke of (afterwards James II) 41, 57 n., 84 n., 85, 102

York and Albany, Prince Frederick Augustus, Duke of 61, 63, 65, 66

York House 56–67, Pl. 42
-, see also Dover House.

York Place 46 n. 82

Z.

"Zuleston, Monsr." 21