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Plate 246: St. James's Place

Survey of London: Volumes 29 and 30, St James Westminster, Part 1. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1960.

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Part of St. James's Place: first developed 1685–90 by the Rossingtons (p. 511)

a. Nos. 40–45, c. 1685, with later alterations

Figure 246a:

St. James's Place

Nos. 40–45, c. 1685, with later alterations

b. Nos. 41–43, closet wings, c. 1685: No. 41 rebuilt

Figure 246b:

St. James's Place

Nos. 41–43, closet wings, c. 1685: No. 41 rebuilt

c. Nos. 2–7, c. 1685, with later alterations

Figure 246c:

St. James's Place

Nos. 2–7, c. 1685, with later alterations

d. Nos. 10–15, rebuilt late eighteenth century (No. 12 a modern rebuilding)

Figure 246d:

St. James's Place

Nos. 10–15, rebuilt late eighteenth century (No. 12 a modern rebuilding)