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Survey of London: Volume 13, St Margaret, Westminster, Part II: Whitehall I. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1930.

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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1. Property between Lamb Alley and York Place acquired in 1531 17
2. Ruins of Whitehall after the Fire. From water-colour drawing preserved in the Wren Collection in the Library of All Souls' College, Oxford 39
3. Interior of Whitehall Gate House. From engraving (The Horse Guards) by E. Rooker after M. A. Rooker, pubd. 1768 45
4. The Groundplot of the Ruins of Whitehall. From engraving by I. V. der Gucht after Stukeley, 1718 48
5. The Great Hall arranged for a Pastoral. From Lansdowne MS. 1171 in the British Museum 51
6. Hollar's View of Whitehall Stairs and the Privy Stairs (Whitehall from the River, with Lambeth in the distance). From copy in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 58
7. Hollar's View of Whitehall from the River, showing the Queen's old Lodgings next to the Privy Stairs (Palatium Regis prope Londinum vulgo White-hall). From copy in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 71
8. View of Whitehall from the River. From Morden and Lea's Map of 1682 76
9. "A Description of Maister Latimer preaching before Kyng Edward the syxt, in the preachyng place at Westminster." From the 1st edition of Foxe's Acts and Monuments 89
10. The Grand Pyramidical and Multiform Dial, set up in the Privy Garden at White Hall, July 24, 1669. From copy in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 93
11. Plan of the enclosure of part of Privy Garden, in 1734. From plan preserved in the Public Record Office 95
12. Sketch of altar-piece from Roman Catholic Chapel in Whitehall as set up in Westminster Abbey 109
13. Block plan (in Chatsworth Collection) of a scheme for building a new Palace at Whitehall. From a photograph in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects 113
14. Plan of the 1607 Banqueting House. From photograph kindly lent by Mr. J. A. Gotch, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A., of plan in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects 119
15. Interior of the Banqueting House before adaptation as a military chapel. From aquatint (Rowlandson and Pugin del et sc., J. Bluck, aq.) pubd. in 1809, in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 123
16. Interior of the Banqueting House as used for a military chapel. From aquatint in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 124
17. Interior of the Banqueting House in 1841. From engraving by H. Melville after T. H. Shepherd in London Interiors 125
18. The Banqueting House, showing Wyatt's alterations at the north end. From aquatint in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 127
19. Banqueting House: base of pilasters of the lower Order 130
20. Pelham House: plan accompanying report on Lady Catherine Pelham's memorial of 1759. From drawing in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 141
21. Pelham House: plan of premises in 1856. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 142
22. Cromwell House: balustrading to staircase 147
23. No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue: cornice in Room No. 17 154
24. Malmesbury House: balustrading to staircase 163
25. Pembroke House: plan of ground to be leased to Earl of Pembroke, 1744. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 168
26. Pembroke House: plan of ground belonging to Earl of Pembroke, 1756. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 169
27. Pembroke House: link extinguisher 171
28. Pembroke House: balustrading to staircase 172
29. Pembroke House: cornice and frieze in Salon 173
30. Pembroke House: carved mask 174
31. Pembroke House: panel of window shutter 175
32. Plan of ground to be leased to Countess of Portland, 1744. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 182
33. Plan of ground to be leased to Earl of Portland, 1696. From plan preserved in the Public Record Office 186
34. Plan of ground to be leased to Duke of Portland, 1744. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 187
35. Portland House in 1796. From water-colour drawing in the Crace Collection 188
36. Nos. 5 and 6 Whitehall Gardens: plan of Mr. Grant's new building. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 193
37. No. 4 Whitehall Gardens: mantelpiece in Dining-room 199
38. No. 4 Whitehall Gardens: door-head in Ballroom 199
39. No. 4 Whitehall Gardens: plan of Mr. Peel's house. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 200
40. No. 4 Whitehall Gardens: residence of the late Sir Robert Peel, Bart. From print in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours 201
41. No. 3 Whitehall Gardens: survey of ground to be leased to Mr. Bennet. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 205
42. No. 1 Whitehall Gardens: survey of ground to be leased to Earl of Cassilis. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 212
43. No. 1 Whitehall Gardens: tablet on mantelpiece 213
44. Old Montagu House. From water-colour drawing in the Crace Collection 217
45. Gwydyr House: balustrading to staircase 224
46. Gwydyr House: door-head in Room No. 17 227
47. Site of The Lamb, with garden and orchard 229
48. Plan of part of Privy Garden. Based on plan of circ. 1745 showing proposed formation of Parliament Street, reproduced in J. T. Smith's Antiquities of Westminster 239
49. The house formerly of the Earls of Loudoun and Mar. From pen-and-ink drawing by John Caulfield, Junr., entitled "Richmond House, Whitehall," in the possession of the Westminster Public Library. 243
50. Plan of house and garden for Lord Sunderland. From plan preserved in the Wren Collection in the Library of All Souls' College, Oxford 245
51. Plan of ground to be leased to Duke of Richmond, 1710. From plan preserved in the Public Record Office 247
52. Richmond Terrace: balustrading of staircases 250

HERADLIC ILLUSTRATIONS

1. HUBERT DE BURGH. Gules seven lozenges vair.
2. WOLSEY. Sable a cross engrailed argent charged with a lion passant gules between four leopards' heads azure and a chief or with a rose gules between two Cornish choughs therein.
3. HENRY VIII. France and England quarterly.
4. BYNG, VISCOUNT TORRINGTON. Quarterly sable and argent with a lion argent in the quarter.
5. CADOGAN, EARL CADOGAN. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Gules a lion argent looking backwards; 2 and 3, Argent three boars' heads sable cut off at the neck.
6. MICHAEL ANGELO TAYLOR. Sable a lion passant argent with a ring or in the chief.
7. HANBURY. Or a bend engrailed vert cotised sable.
8. HARRIS, EARL OF MALMESBURY. Azure a cheveron erminois between three hedgehogs or and a chief argent charged with the black eagle of Prussia.
9. HERBERT, EARL OF PEMBROKE. Party azure and gules three lions argent.
10. KEPPEL, EARL OF ALBENARLE. Gules three scallops argent.
11. BENTINCK, EARL OF PORTLAND. Azure a mill rind cross argent.
12. MORDAUNT, EARL OF PETERBOROUGH AND MONMOUNTH. Argent a cheveron between three stars sable.
13. GRANT OF DALVEY. Gules three antique crowns within a border engrailed or.
14. LONG, BARON FARNBOROUGH. Sable a lion passant argent holding a crosslet fitchy or and a chief or with three crosslets sable therein.
15. PEEL. Argent three sheaves of three arrows each banded gules and a chief azure with a flying bee or therein.
16. KENNEDY, MARQUESS OF AILSA. Argent a cheveron gules between three crosslets fitchy sable within a tressure of Scotland.
17. DUKE OF MONTAGU. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Argent a fesse indented of three points gules within a border sable (MONTAGU); 2 and 3, Or an eagle vert (MONTHERMER).
18. SCOTT OF BUCCLEUCH. Or a bend azure charged with a molet of six points between two crescents or.
19. BURRELL. Vert three scutcheons argent each with a border engrailed or.
20. CHARLES STUART, DUKE OF RICHMOND. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Azure three fleur de lis within a border engrailed or (AUBIGNY); 2 and 3, Or a fess checky azure and argent within a border gules charged with eight buckles or (STUART); over all a scutcheon of pretence Argent a saltire between four roses gules (LENNOX).
21. CHARLES LENNOX, DUKE OF RICHMOND. The arms of Charles II differenced with a border gobony argent and gules the argent pieces charged with roses gules and over all a scutcheon Gules three buckles or.