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Survey of London: Volume 18, St Martin-in-The-Fields II: the Strand

Edited by G H Gater and E P Wheeler. Describes the part of the parish between the Strand and the river, including Charing Cross Station, Hungerford Market, Northumberland House, and the chapel and hospital of St. Mary Rounceval.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1937.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Plan pocket
Publishing and Survey committees iv-vi
Description of plates ix-xvi
List of illustrations xvii-xix
Preface xxi-xxii
The chapel and hospital of St. Mary Rounceval 1-9
Northumberland House 10-20
Northumberland Street 21-26
Craven Street and Hungerford Lane 27-39
Hungerford Market and the site of Charing Cross railway station 40-50
York House 51-60
Villiers Street 61-62
Buckingham Street 63-76
Duke Street 77-79
York Place and George Court 80
York Buildings 81-83
Durham Place 84-98
The Adelphi: General 99-102
Adelphi Terrace 103-108
Robert Street 109-110
John Street 111-115
Adam Street 116-119
Salisbury House 120-123
The north side of the Strand 124-129
Appendix: The grant of the hospital of St. Mary Rounceval to Sir Thomas Cawarden 130
Appendix: Occupiers of houses described 131-137
References 138-142
Index 143-163
Plate 1: Views of the area, from 1593 and before 1544 1
Plate 2: Views of Suffolk House, York House etc. 2
Plate 3: Northumberland House, elevations 3
Plate 4: Northumberland House, central bay with entrance gateway 4
Plate 5: Northumberland House, central bay to Strand front 5
Plate 6: Northumberland House, Strand front 6
Plate 7: Northumberland House, entrance and staircase 7
Plate 8: Northumberland House, ballroom and drawing room 8
Plate 9: Northumberland House, Robert Adam's design for the drawing-room 9
Plate 10: Northumberland House, picture gallery 10
Plate 11: Northumberland House, vase 11
Plate 12: Northumberland House, mantelpiece 12
Plate 13: Northumberland Street in 1874 13
Plate 14: Northumberland Street in 1874 14
Plate 15: No. 2, Northumberland Court and Nos. 442-53, Strand 15
Plate 16: Houses in Craven Street 16
Plate 17: Craven Street staircases 17
Plate 18: No. 32, Craven Street, hall and staircase 18
Plate 19: No. 32, Craven Street, staircase 19
Plate 20: Craven Street, east side 20
Plate 21: Nos. 11, 41 and 42, Craven Street 21
Plate 22: No. 25, Craven Street, front room on first floor 22
Plate 23: Craven Street staircases 23
Plate 24: Hungerford Market and Stairs 24
Plate 25: Hungerford Suspension Bridge and New Hungerford Market 25
Plate 26: Plan of New Hungerford Market (1830) 26
Plate 27: Nos. 23 and 31, Strand 27
Plate 28: River frontage of the York Buildings Estate in 1840 28
Plate 29: York Watergate 29
Plate 30: York Watergate, views 30
Plate 31: York Watergate and York Buildings Waterworks in 1795. 31
Plate 32: York Watergate, elevations 32
Plate 33: York Watergate, sections 33
Plate 34: West side of Buckingham Street looking south 34
Plate 35: East side of Buckingham Street looking north 35
Plate 36: Buckingham Street, views 36
Plate 37: No. 11, Buckingham Street, ceilings 37
Plate 38: Staircase in No. 12, Buckingham Street 38
Plate 39: Pepys' Library in No. 14, Buckingham Street 39
Plate 40: No. 10, Buckingham Street, stairs 40
Plate 41: No. 10, Buckingham Street, first floor rooms 41
Plate 42: Wood doorcases in Buckingham Street 42
Plate 43: No. 15, Buckingham Street, joinery details 43
Plate 44: No. 15, Buckingham Street in 1905, panelled room on first floor 44
Plate 45: No. 17, Buckingham Street, panelling to room on first floor 45
Plate 46: Nos. 15 and 17, Buckingham Street 46
Plate 47: Nos. 17 and 18, Buckingham Street 47
Plate 48: No. 17, Buckingham Street, mantelpiece to front room on first floor 48
Plate 49: No. 18, Buckingham Street, entrance and staircase 49
Plate 50: No. 20, Buckingham Street, elevation 50
Plate 51: York Place and George Court 51
Plate 52: Nos. 2 and 3, Duke Street 52
Plate 53: No. 2, Duke Street, interior views 53
Plate 54: No. 2, Duke Street, detail of entrance 54
Plate 55: No. 2, Duke Street, details of staircase 55
Plate 56: Durham House Gateway and houses near the New Exchange 56
Plate 57: Nos. 50, 59 and 60, Strand 57
Plate 58: Elevations of The New Exchange 58
Plate 59: Nos. 54-64, Strand (site of the New Exchange) in 1852 59
Plate 60: New Exchange, design for a screen 60
Plate 61: No. 73, Strand in 1927 61
Plate 62: Nos. 56-59, Strand 62
Plate 63: Nos. 59-60, Strand 63
Plate 64: Nos. 58-60, Strand 64
Plate 65: Nos. 59-60, Strand 65
Plate 66: Plan showing boundaries mentioned in the Adelphi Estate Act, 1933 66
Plate 67: Plan showing the Adelphi Arches 67
Plate 68: Lower Robert Street and Durham House Street 68
Plate 69: Adelphi Arches 69
Plate 70: Adelphi Terrace circa 1780 70
Plate 71: Adam Street and Adelphi Terrace 71
Plate 72: Adelphi Terrace 72