Description of the plates

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English Heritage

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W. Edward Riley and Sir Laurence Gomme (editors)

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1914

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9-12

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 5: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt II (1914), pp. IX-XII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74263 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

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1.Extract from Agas's Civitas Londinum, showing the neighbourhood of St. Giles-in-the-Fields circ. 1560–70.
2.Purse Field circ. 1609, from a deed dated 1650 in the Public Record Office.
3.Extract from Map by Hollar of the area now forming the West Central District of London, showing the neighbourhood of St. Giles-in-the-Fields circ. 1658.
4.Extract from Map by Fairthorne and Newcourt showing the neighbourhood of St. Giles-in-the-Fields in 1658.
5.Map of the Parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields circ. 1720 from Strype's edition of Stowe.
6.Plan of the Parishes of St. Giles-in-the-Fields and St. George Bloomsbury by Hewett, 1815.
7.No. 3, Gate Street, Joinery Details on First FloorMeasured Drawing.
8.No. 211, High Holborn, Shop FrontPhotograph.
9.No. 181, High Holborn, Shop FrontPhotograph.
10.No. 172, High Holborn, Shop FrontPhotograph.
11.No. 1, Sardinia StreetPhotograph.
No. 18, Parker StreetPhotograph.
12.No. 2, Great Queen Street, Mahogany StaircaseMeasured Drawing.
13.No. 2, Great Queen Street, Details of StaircaseMeasured Drawing.
14.Nos. 27 and 28, Great Queen Street, Entrance DoorcasesMeasured Drawing.
15.Lead Rainwater Heads and CisternsMeasured Drawing.
No. 16, Little Wild Street, Carved Deal Mantel ShelfMeasured Drawing.
16.Nos. 55 and 56, Great Queen Street in 1846, from a watercolour by J. W. Archer, "House called Queen Anne's Wardrobe," preserved in the British MuseumPhotograph.
"House of the Sardinia Ambassador, Lincoln's Inn Fields," from a watercolour (1858) by J. W. Archer, preserved in the British MuseumPhotograph.
17.Nos. 55 and 56, Great Queen Street, Ground, First and Second Floor PlansMeasured Drawing.
18.Nos. 55 and 56, Great Queen Street, Elevation. Reproduced by kind permission of B. T. Batsford, Ltd., from Later Renaissance Architecture in England by John Belcher and Mervyn E. Macartney.Measured Drawing by James C. Cook.
19.Nos. 55 and 56, Great Queen Street (May 1906)Photograph.
20.No. 55, Great Queen Street, StaircasePhotograph.
21.Nos. 55 and 56, Great Queen Street, Details of StaircasesMeasured Drawing.
22.Freemasons' Hall, Elevation in 1779Photograph.
Freemasons' Hall, Plan of Premises before 177Photograph
(Both are reproduced by kind permission of the Grand Lodge from engravings in their possession.)
23.Freemasons' Hall in 1811 (Facade designed by W. Tyler in 1785), from an Engraving by S. Rawle after I. NixonPhotograph.
24.Freemasons' Hall, Facade (designed by F. P. Cockerell, 1866)Photograph.
25.Freemasons' Hall, Elevation of North end of Temple in 1775 (designed by Thos. Sandby), from an original drawing preserved in the British MuseumPhotograph.
26.Freemasons' Hall, the Temple looking SouthPhotograph.
27.Freemasons' Hall, "View of the new Masonic Hall, looking South," from an original pen sketch design by Sir J. Soane, 1828, preserved in the Soane MuseumPhotograph.
28.Freemasons' Hall, Grand StaircasePhotograph.
Freemasons' Hall, Vestibule to TemplePhotograph.
29.Markmasons' Hall, Chimneypiece in BoardroomPhotograph.
30.Markmasons' Hall, Ceiling in BoardroomPhotograph.
31.Markmasons' Hall, Ceiling in Grand Secretary's RoomPhotograph.
32.Great Queen Street Chapel, ExteriorPhotograph.
33.Great Queen Street Chapel, Interior from the GalleryPhotograph.
34.Little Wild Street, View looking North-east (1906)Photograph.
35.No. 24, Betterton Street, Entrance DoorcaseMeasured Drawing.
36.No. 32, Betterton Street, Entrance DoorcasePhotograph.
37."Queen Anne's Bath," No. 25, Endell Street, from a watercolour drawing by J. W. Archer (1844), preserved in the British MuseumPhotograph.
38."The Bowl Brewery," from a watercolour drawing by J. W. Archer (1846), preserved in the British MuseumPhotograph.
39.Plan of proposed setting out of Seven Dials, from a drawing on parchment preserved in the Holborn Public LibraryDrawing.
40.Seven Dials Column at WeybridgePhotograph.
41.Little Earl Street looking EastPhotograph.
42.Nos. 14 to 16, New Compton Street, Shop FrontsPhotographs.
43.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Ground PlanMeasured Drawing.
44.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Plan of CeilingMeasured Drawing.
45.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, West Front, reproduced by kind permission of H. Cecil NewmanMeasured Drawing by H. Cecil Newman.
46.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Cross Section, reproduced by kind permission of H. Cecil NewmanMeasured Drawing by H. Cecil Newman.
47.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Exterior from the North-westPhotograph.
48.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Exterior from the North-eastPhotograph.
49.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Interior, looking East, 1753. From an engraving by A. Walker after J. DonowellPhotograph.
50.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Interior, looking WestPhotograph.
51.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields: (a) Columns and Ceiling, (b) AltarpiecePhotographs.
52.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields: (a) Carved Oak Frame with Picture of Moses, (b) Painted Glass Panel, probably from former ChurchPhotographs.
53.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Lich Gate to ChurchyardMeasured Drawing.
54.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Oak Panel ("Resurrection") in lich gatePhotograph.
55.Church of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, VestryPhotograph.
56.No. 5, Denmark Street, Details of StaircaseMeasured Drawing.
57.No. 7, Denmark Street, DoorcaseMeasured Drawing.
58.No. 7, Denmark Street, Details of StaircaseMeasured Drawing.
59.Nos. 10 and 11, Denmark StreetPhotograph.
60.Denmark Passage, Blacksmith's ForgePhotograph.
61.Bedford Square, South SidePhotograph.
62.No. 1, Bedford Square, Ground and First Floor PlansMeasured Drawing.
63.No. 1, Bedford Square, Front ViewPhotograph.
64.No. 1, Bedford Square, Entrance DoorwayMeasured Drawing.
65.No. 1, Bedford Square: Entrance Hall (a) looking South, (b) showing StaircasePhotograph.
66.No. 1, Bedford Square, Ceiling in Entrance HallPhotograph.
67.No. 1, Bedford Square, Chimney Breast, Rear Room, Ground FloorPhotograph.
68.No. 1, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling, with Painted Panels, Rear Room, First FloorPhotograph.
69.No. 6, Bedford Square, Ground and First Floor PlansMeasured Drawing.
70.No. 6, Bedford Square, Lantern over StaircasePhotograph.
71.No. 6, Bedford Square, Chimneypiece, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
72.No. 9, Bedford Square, Plaster Plaques: (a) On Chimney Breast, Front Room, Ground Floor; (b) On Chimney Breast, Rear Room, Ground Floor; (c) Over Door, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotographs.
73.No. 9, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
74.No. 10, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling with Painted Panels, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
75.No. 11, Bedford Square, Ground and First Floor PlansMeasured Drawing.
76.No. 11, Bedford Square, ExteriorPhotograph.
77.No. 11, Bedford Square, Chimneypiece, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotograph.
78.No. 13, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling with Painted Panels, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
79.No. 14, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
80.No. 15, Bedford Square, Entrance DoorwayPhotograph.
81.No. 18, Bedford Square, Chimneypiece, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotograph.
82.No. 23, Bedford Square, Doors and Doorcase, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotograph.
83.No. 25, Bedford Square: (a) Chimney Breast, (b) Alcove, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotographs.
84.No. 25, Bedford Square, Chimneypieces: (a) Front Room, First Floor; (b) Rear Room, First FloorPhotographs.
85.No. 25, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling with Painted Panels, Rear Room, First FloorPhotograph.
86.No. 28, Bedford Square: (a) Chimneypiece; (b) Detail of Central Panel; Front Room, Ground FloorPhotographs.
87.No. 30, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
88.No. 31, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Rear Room, First FloorPhotograph.
89.No. 32, Bedford Square, Front ElevationMeasured Drawing.
90.No. 32, Bedford Square, Screen in HallPhotograph.
91.No. 32, Bedford Square: (a) Panel of Chimneypiece, Rear Room, First Floor; (b) Detail of chimneypiece, Rear Room, Ground FloorPhotographs.
92.No. 32, Bedford Square, Ceilings: (a) Rear Room, Ground Floor; (b) Rear Room, First FloorPhotographs.
93.No. 40, Bedford Square, Plaster Plaque, Front Room, Ground FloorPhotograph.
94.No. 40, Bedford Square, Plaster Ceiling with Painted Panels, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
95.No. 41, Bedford Square, Chimneypieces: (a) Rear Room, First Floor; (b) Front Room, First FloorPhotographs.
96.No. 44, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
97.Nos. 46–47, Bedford Square, ExteriorPhotograph.
98.No. 46, Bedford Square, Chimneypieces: (a) Front Room, Ground Floor; (b) Front Room, First FloorPhotographs.
99.No. 47, Bedford Square, Entrance DoorcaseMeasured and Drawn by P. K. Kipps.
100.No. 47, Bedford Square: (a) Ceiling over Staircase; (b) Chimneypiece, Front Room, First FloorPhotographs.
101.No. 47, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
102.No. 48, Bedford Square, Chimneypiece, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
103.No. 48, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
104.No. 50, Bedford Square, Fanlight in Entrance HallPhotograph.
105.No. 51, Bedford Square, Ceiling, Front Room, First FloorPhotograph.
106.(a) No. 68, Gower Street; (b) No. 84, Gower Street, DoorcasesPhotographs.
107.House in rear of No. 196, Tottenham Court Road: (a) Exterior; (b) Chimneypiece, Front Room, First FloorPhotographs.