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List of illustrations

Pages xvi-xviii

Survey of London: Volume 22, Bankside (The Parishes of St. Saviour and Christchurch Southwark). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1950.

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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

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1. Roman hypocaust flue found west of Red Cross Street in 1806. From a drawing by George Gwilt in the Council's collection 1
2. Roman pottery jug found on the site of Barclay Perkins' brewery in 1786. From a drawing by George Gwilt in the Council's collection 1
3. Street post in the Clink Liberty. Sketch by F. A. Evans 6
4. Tallis's View of the east side of Borough High Street from St. Thomas Street to Newcomen Street in four sections 12
5. Strip elevation of the east side of Borough High Street in 1948 in four sections. Drawn by R. G. Absolon 13
6. No. 33 Borough High Street. Staircase. Sketch by F. A. Evans 14
7. The sign of the Hare. Sketch by M. H. Leefe 16
8. The George Inn. Sections and ground and first-floor plans. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans 17
9. The George Inn. Staircase and elevation. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans 18
10. The George Inn. Panelling. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans 19
11. Plan of the George Inn, 1874. From a deed in the possession of British Railways 20
12. No. 83 Borough High Street. Staircase, 1948. Drawn by F. A. Evans 21
13. No. 91 Borough High Street. Plans and elevations. Measured drawings by R. G. Absolon 22
14. The Grapes public-house, Kentish Buildings, 1947. Sketch by R. G. Absolon 25
15. Tallis's View of Nos. 237–246 (now 40–56) and the Town Hall on the west side of Borough High Street 26
16. West side of Borough High Street, 1947. Sketch by F. A. Evans 27
17. Backs of houses on the west side of Borough High Street, 1947. Sketch by F. A. Evans 28
18. No. 52 Borough High Street. Detail of panelled room on second floor. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans 29
19. Newcomen Street looking east, 1947. Sketch by F. A. Evans 31
20. Plate fixed to houses belonging to Mrs. Newcomen's Charity 33
21. Plan of the original block of Guy's Hospital. From a deed in the possession of the hospital 36
22. Font in the chapel of Guy's Hospital. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior 39
23. Stone alcove from old London Bridge now in a courtyard of Guy's Hospital. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior 42
24. Reconstructed plan of Winchester Palace as it was in 1649. Line drawing 50
25. Remains of Winchester Palace. Cross-sections and plan. Measured drawings by F. H. Healey 53
26. Archway over Stoney Street, 1942. Sketched by F. H. Healey 54
27. The Clink. From an inset drawing on a manuscript in the Bodlein Library 56
28. Token of Anthony Craven, the Castle, Bank End 60
29. Ferryman's seat, Bankside. Sketch by F. A. Evans 60
30. Nos. 50–52 Bankside. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon 61
31. Cardinal Cap Alley, 1947. Sketch by F. A. Evans 62
32. Token of Melchisedeck Fritter, the Cardinal's Hat, Bankside 63
33. No. 50 Bankside. Details of doorway. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon 63
34. No. 74 Bankside. Plan and sections of staircase. Measured drawings by P. G. Vincent 64
35. No. 74 Bankside. Detail of staircase 65
36. Part of the "Agas" map view showing the bull and bear baiting rings 68
37. Wall tablet on No. 7 Park Street 83
38. Nos. 59 and 61 Union Street. Shop front. Measured drawings by R. G. Absolon 85
39. Stone monument on the wall of Red Cross Gardens 87
40. Anchor Terrace, Southwark Bridge Road. Fanlight 88
41. Three plans of Christ Church. 1757, 1873, and 1890 104
42. Christ Church. Plan. 1947. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 105
43. No. 26 Upper Ground. Details of doorway. Measured drawing by P. G. Vincent 109
44. Staircase detail at Hopton's Almshouses 113
45. No. 83 Blackfriars Road. Lamp standard 117
46. No. 88 Blackfriars Road. Fireplace 117
47. No. 81 Blackfriars Road, entrance hall. Section and ceiling plan. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon 118
48. No. 32 Stamford Street. Lamp standard 122
49. Nos. 36–48 Stamford Street. Elevations. Drawn by R. G. Absolon 123
50. No. 78 Colombo Street. Staircase detail 125
51. Nos. 72–80 Colombo Street. Elevation and plans 126
52. No. 5 Dolben Street. Shop front. Measured drawing by R. G. Absolon 127
53. No. 20 Nelson Square. Fanlight 28
54. Nelson Square. Plan based on Ordnance Survey 129
55. No. 43 Nelson Square. Elevation showing ground floor and balcony above. Drawn by A. J. North 130
56. Nos. 31–35 Nelson Square (east side). Elevation. Measured drawing by A. J. North 130
57. Nos. 17 and 56 Nelson Square. Doors. Measured drawings by R. G. Absolon 131
58. Old pump originally in Nelson Square. Sketch by F. A. Evans 132

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

Allen (or Alleyn), Edward Argent a chevron between three cinqfoils gules. (P. 69)
Angell William Or, three fusils in fess azure, over all a bend gules. (P. 98)
Austin, William Argent on a fess between two chevrons sable three crosses or. (p. 111)
Bermondsey Abbey Party per pale gules and azure a lion passant gardant or supporting a pastoral staff of the last infilling a mitre or all within a border argent charged with 8 B's sable. (p. 4)
Browker, Hugh Barry of eight or and sable seven martlets, two, two, two and one, or. (p. 98)
Carey, Henry, Baron Hundson Argent, on a bend sable, three roses of the first, a crescent on a crescent for difference. (p. 97)
Chaucer, Geoffrey Party per pale argent and gules a bend counter charged. (p. 21)
Gardiner, Stephen, Bishop Of Winchester Azure on a cross or between four griffins' heads erased argent a cinquefoil gules. (p. 47)
Guy's Hospital Sable on a chevron or between three leopard's heads argent each crowned with an eastern crown or, three fleurs de lys azure. (p. 37)
Marshall, John Argent a chevron cotised sable between three stags' heads cabossed gules. (p. 101)
Rochester, See of Argent on a saltier gules an escallop or. (p. 48)
St. Mary Overy Priory Argent a cross of fusils in the dexter chief a cinquefoil gules. (p. 6)
Shakespearke, William Or on a bend sable a spear of the first the point steeled proper. (p. 75)
Winchester, See Of Gules two keys addorsed in bend the upper argent, the lower or, a sword in bend sinister argent interposed between them. (p. 45)
Wood, Sir Francis Lindley Three naked savages ambulant in fess proper, in the dexter hand of each a shield argent charged with a cross gules, in the sinister a club resting on the shoulder, also proper on a canton ermine three lozenges conjoined in fess sable. (p. 129)
Wykeham, William, Of Argent, two chevrons sable between three roses gules. (p. 46)