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Survey of London: Volume 14, St Margaret, Westminster, Part III: Whitehall II

Edited by Montagu H Cox and G Topham Forrest. This volume details some of the buildings on the west side of Whitehall and Parliament Street, particularly the Treasury and Privy Council Offices, and Downing Street.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1931.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Plan pocket
Publishing and Survey committees iv-vii
Description of plates xi-xix
List of illustrations xix-xxii
Preface xxiii-xxiv
The Palace buildings west of Whitehall 3-9
The Holbein Gate and the Tiltyard Gallery 10-22
The Cockpit and Kent's Treasury 23-36
The Tennis Courts, etc. 37-45
The Cockpit Lodgings 46-55
Dover House 56-67
The Treasury and Privy Council Offices 68-100
Views of Whitehall from St. James's Park 101-104
Downing Street (Hampden House) 105-112
No. 10, Downing Street 113-141
No. 11, Downing Street 142-153
No. 12, Downing Street 154-159
No. 14, Downing Street 160-164
Appendix A: Busts said to be from the Holbein Gate 165-168
Appendix B: Addenda and corrigenda to vol. 13 169-170
Index 171-183
Plate 1: The western portion of the Palace of Whitehall, plans 1
Plate 2: Whitehall from St. James's Park, circa 1674 2
Plate 3: Whitehall from St. James's Park, circa 1675-6 3
Plate 4: Whitehall from St. James's Park, circa 1677 4
Plate 5: The Holbein Gate 5
Plate 6: The Holbein Gate 6
Plate 7: The Holbein Gate (geometrical elevation) 7
Plate 8: Whitehall from the south, circa 1750 8
Plate 9: Whitehall Palace (mid-16th century) 9
Plate 10: Design for alterations of the Cockpit Playhouse, 1629 10
Plate 11: Kent's Treasury, designs 11
Plate 12: Kent's Treasury, north elevation to Horse Guards Parade 12
Plate 13: Kent's Treasury, north elevation to Horse Guards Parade 13
Plate 14: Kent's Treasury, detail of upper stage and pediment 14
Plate 15: Kent's Treasury, west elevation overlooking garden 15
Plate 16: Kent's Treasury, west elevation overlooking garden 16
Plate 17: Kent's Treasury, south elevation to passage from Downing Street 17
Plate 18: Kent's Treasury, details 18
Plate 19: Kent's Treasury, general view of Board Room and furniture 19
Plate 20: Kent's Treasury, detail of Board Room 20
Plate 21: Kent's Treasury, chimneypiece in Board Room 21
Plate 22: Kent's Treasury, detail of mantelpiece in Board Room 22
Plate 23: Kent's Treasury, furniture in Board Room 23
Plate 24: Kent's Treasury, door-cases 24
Plate 25: Kent's Treasury, detail of door-case and pedestal in Board Room 25
Plate 26: Kent's Treasury, furniture 26
Plate 27: Kent's Treasury, marble mantelpieces 27
Plate 28: Kent's Treasury, marble mantelpieces 28
Plate 29: Kent's Treasury, panelling and mantelpiece in Room No. 65 29
Plate 30: Kent's Treasury, panelling and niche in Room No. 65 30
Plate 31: Kent's Treasury, detail of marble mantelpiece in Room No. 22 31
Plate 32: Kent's Treasury, door-case and chimneypiece in Room No. 21 32
Plate 33: Kent's Treasury, Venetian window in Room No. 21 33
Plate 34: Kent's Treasury, detail of Venetian window in Room No. 21 34
Plate 35: Kent's Treasury, deal mantelpiece in Room No. 11 35
Plate 36: The Tennis Court, 1793" 36
Plate 37: Plan of premises leased to the Earl of Danby in 1676 37
Plate 38: Sir Matthew Featherstonehaugh's house, elevations 38
Plate 39: Sir Matthew Featherstonehaugh's house, plans 39
Plate 40: Sir Matthew Featherstonehaugh's house, plans 40
Plate 41: Sir Matthew Featherstonehaugh's house, section 41
Plate 42: The Duke of York's House and Melbourne House, views 42
Plate 43: Dover House, elevation to Horse Guards Parade 43
Plate 44: Dover House, elevation to Horse Guards Parade 44
Plate 45: Dover House, elevation to Whitehall 45
Plate 46: Dover House, elevation to Whitehall 46
Plate 47: Dover House, ground and first-floor plans 47
Plate 48: Dover House, longitudinal section 48
Plate 49: Dover House, stairs leading from circular hall to upper hall 49
Plate 50: Dover House, details in Room No. 4 50
Plate 51: Dover House, interior views, 1885 51
Plate 52: Dover House, upper hall 52
Plate 53: Dover House, ceiling in Room No. 21 53
Plate 54: Dover House, marble mantelpieces 54
Plate 55: Dover House, mantelpiece in Room No. 19 55
Plate 56: Dover House, interior details 56
Plate 57: Dorset House, plans, 1754 57
Plate 58: The Old Tennis Court, conjectural restoration, and view in 1815 58
Plate 59: The Old Tennis Court, views in 1816 and 1809 59
Plate 60: Plan of the Treasury Passage and adjoining premises, 1824 60
Plate 61: Plan of the Treasury, Tennis Court, etc., in 1793 61
Plate 62: Offices of the Board of Trade, 1823 62
Plate 63: The Board of Trade and the Old Treasury, views 63
Plate 64: The Board of Trade, 1823 64
Plate 65: Details of the Board of Trade Board Room 65
Plate 66: The King Street Gate 66
Plate 67: Plan of the Parliament Street improvement 67
Plate 68: Plan of the site of the Board of Trade and Privy Council Offices, 1824 68
Plate 69: Elevation to Whitehall of Board of Trade and Privy Council Offices (Soane), detail 69
Plate 70: Elevation to Whitehall of Board of Trade and Privy Council Offices (Soane) 70
Plate 71: View of the new Public Offices, Whitehall 71
Plate 72: The new Treasury, 1828 72
Plate 73: The south-east corner of the Board of Trade and Privy Council Offices (Soane) 73
Plate 74: Plan of Board of Trade and Privy Council Offices, 1844 74
Plate 75: Barry's design of elevation of present Treasury and Privy Council offices 75
Plate 76: Barry's design of elevation of Privy Council Office to Downing Street 76
Plate 77: Plans of proposed alterations to Privy Council, Board of Trade and Home Offices, 1845 77
Plate 78: The new Treasury Offices, Whitehall 78
Plate 79: Treasury Buildings, elevation to Whitehall looking south-west 79