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Survey of London Monograph 1, Trinity Hospital, Mile End. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1896.

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THE COMMITTEE FOR THE SURVEY OF THE MEMORIALS OF GREATER LONDON.

The Late LORD LEIGHTON was President of the Committee.

HONORARY MEMBERS. ACTIVE MEMBERS.
W. ADAMS. J.T. MICKLETHWAITE, F.S.A. C.R. ASHBEE, M.A., Chairman of the Committee
Mrs. H. S. ASHBEE. Mrs. MITCHELL. .
B. T. BATSFORD. F.D. MOCATTA.
E. W. BROOKS. THEO. MOORE, A.R.I.B.A. JOS. ALDRIDGE.
A. G. BROWNING, F.S.A. WILLIAM MORRIS. W. ASHFORD.
R. M. BURCH. ERNEST W. MOUNTFORD, F.R.I.B.A. The Rev. G. B. ATKINSON, M.A.
The Right Hon. LORD CARLINGFORD. A.J. MUNBY. F. BAINES.
W. CARPENTER. F. MURRAY. MAX BALFOUR.
G. CHAMBERS. PHILIP NORMAN. Sir WALTER BESANT.
WALTER CRANE. The Rev. J. P. NOYES, M.A. CECIL BREWER
Miss S. DUCKWORTH. GEO. PITT. SPEDDING CURWEN, J.P.
F. M. DUTTON. W. G. RAWLINSON. A. DUNBAR-SMITH.
The Rev. J. P. FAUNTHORPE. J. S. REDMAYNE. MATT. GARBUTT, A.R.I.B.A.
GEORGE FRAMPTON, A.R.A. E. R. ROBSON, F.R.I. B.A. H. LOWERISON.
Dr. RICKMAN J. GODLEE. W. K. SHIRLEY. E. T. MARRIOTT, B.A.
The Rev. W. GOODCHILD. The Hon. LYULPH STANLEY. F.E. MASEY.
I. C. GOULD. J. J. STEVENSON. THEO. MOORE, A.R.I.B.A.
Professor J. W. HALES. Miss STONE. A. E. NUTTER.
A. J. HOLLINGTON, L.C.C. R. G. TATTON. W. E. SEDGWICK.
Mrs. HOPE. W. THOMPSON. F. R. TAYLOR.
H. P. HOPGOOD. T. THORNTON. ALFRED P. WIRE.
H. L. HOPKINSON. HAMO THORNYCROFT, R.A. E. W. M. WONNACOTT.
Mrs. E. HUBBARD. The Right Hon. LORD TREDEGAR.
The Rev. J. E. KELSALL, M.A. Mrs. THACKERAY TURNER.
The Rev. J. KENNEDY, M.A. J. A. C. VINCENT. ERNEST GODMAN. Secretary of the Committee
H. LUXMORE. J. HUMPHREY WARD. .
C. J. MARSHALL, A.R.I.B.A. J. WELLS, M.A.
The Right Hon. THE EARL OF MEATH.

The Committee was formed in 1894. Its object is to watch and register what still remains of beautiful or historic work in Greater London, and to bring such influence to bear from time to time as shall save it from destruction or lead to its utilization for public purposes.

The Committee is at present engaged in compiling a Register in which every interesting memorial within the radius treated is recorded, together with a series of illustrated monographs on the more interesting buildings. Of this series the present volume is the first issue.

Additions to the Committee are welcomed either as honorary (i.e., subscribing) members, or as active members, who are prepared to visit buildings and assist in the making of the Register. Subscribing or active membership entitles to possession of the publications. Those desirous of joining the Committee in either capacity, or of obtaining copies of the forthcoming Register, should send in their names to the Secretary, Mr. Ernest Godman, Essex House, Bow, E.