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List of figures in volumes 31 and 32

Pages ix-xi

Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1963.

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List of Figures in the Text of Volume XXXI

1. Land granted freehold by the Crown in 1559/60, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey 26
2. General plan of estates, with names of fields and developers. Based on the Ordnance Survey 27
3. Baker family pedigree 33
4. Windmill Theatre, plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan of 1949 in the possession of the L.C.C. 51
5. Weeks's Museum and London Pavilion, site plan. Redrawn by A. G. Chamberlain from a deed of 1855 in the possession of the L.C.C. 54
6. Swallow Close and Round Rundles, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 57
7. St. James's Hall, plans. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from undated plans by Owen Jones in the Crown Estate Office (plan rack 75/89) 60
8. Shaftesbury Avenue, layout plan. Redrawn by C. Lamb from a plan in the possession of the L.C.C. 69
9. Lyric Theatre, plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan of 1888 in the possession of the L.C.C. 75
10. Apollo Theatre, plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan of 1900 in the possession of the L.C.C. 77
11. Globe and Queen's Theatres, plans. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plans of 1924 and 1935 respectively in the possession of the L.C.C. 79
12. London Pavilion, plan before reconstruction in 1900, and in 1929. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan in the Crown Estate Office (rack 63/27), a booklet of 1900 and plans of 1929 in the possession of the L.C.C. 82
13. Piccadilly Circus, plan showing ownership of land. Based on the Ordnance Survey 86
14. Great Pulteney Street, layout plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a survey of 1742 in the Sutton Estate Office 126
15. No. 24 Great Pulteney Street, plans. Drawn by C. Lamb 132
16. No. 24 Great Pulteney Street, section. Measured drawing by C. Lamb 133
17. Nos. 36–40 Great Pulteney Street, elevations. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 134
18. Golden Square, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 140
19. No. 11 Golden Square, section and elevation. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 152
20. No. 11 Golden Square, doorcase, plans and staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 153
21. Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Gregory, Warwick Street, elevation and plan. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt 171
22. No. 20 Warwick Street. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from a plan of 1906 in the possession of the L.C.C. 173
23. Six Acre Close, layout plan. Based on Horwood's map of 1792 176
24. St. Thomas's Church, Kingly Street, elevations and plan. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt 186
25. St. Thomas's Church, Kingly Street, sections. Measured drawings by P. P. Pratt 187
26. Pesthouse Close, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 197
27. Craven Chapel, Foubert's Place. From an engraving in The Congregational Year Book, 1847, p. 158. 201
28. No. 6 Newburgh Street, section, elevation and plans. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt 202
29. No. 74 Broadwick Street, plans. Drawn by F. A. Evans 204
30. Nos. 64–74 Broadwick Street, elevations. Measured drawing by T. Biro 204
31. Nos. 59–67 Broadwick Street, elevations. Measured drawing by T. M. Shaw 205
32. Nos. 1–6 Dufour's Place, elevations. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 206
33. No. 1 Dufour's Place, first-floor plan. Drawn by F. A. Evans 206
34. No. 3 Dufour's Place, section and plans. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 207
35. Pawlett's Garden, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 209
36. Nos. 48–58 Broadwick Street, elevations and plans. Measured drawing by C. Lamb 216
37. No. 50 Broadwick Street, section. Measured drawing by C. Lamb 217
38. Colman Hedge Close, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 219
39. St. Luke's Church, Berwick Street, plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 and from a plan in the possession of the Church Commissioners 227
40. Doghouse Close, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 230
41. No. 63 Berwick Street, section and plan. Measured drawing by H. Armitage 234
42. No. 63 Berwick Street, interior detail. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 235
43. Livonia Street, elevations and plan. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 236
44. Nos. 10 and 11 D'Arblay Street, plan, elevations and section. Measured drawing by T. M. Shaw 238
45. No. 11 Noel Street, elevation, section and plans. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 239
46. Little Gelding's Close, layout plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey 244
47. No. 11 Great Marlborough Street, plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from a deed of 1882 in the possession of G. B. Kent and Sons 254
48. No. 12 Great Marlborough Street, plans. Drawn by T. M. Shaw 254
49. No. 12 Great Marlborough Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by T. M. Shaw 255
50. No. 18 Great Marlborough Street, plans. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plans of 1897 in the possession of the L.C.C. 258
51. Church of St. John the Baptist, Great Marlborough Street, plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from The Building News, 15 May 1885 263
52. No. 54 Great Marlborough Street, plans. Drawn by F. A. Evans 264
53. No. 54 Great Marlborough Street, staircase and details. Measured drawing by F. H. Healey 265
54. Pantheon Theatre, plan of 1831. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan in the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection 279
55. Argyll estate, layout plan. Based on Horwood's map of 1792 285
56. Argyll House, site plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from a deed of 1863 in the possession of Moss' Empires Ltd. 296
57. London Palladium, plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a plan of 1961 in the possession of the L.C.C. 299

List of Figures in the Text of Volume XXXII

58. Mulghay Close, layout plan. Based on Horwood's map of 1792 339
59. Sackville Street, layout plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from a survey of 1742 in the Sutton Estate Office 345
60. No. 13 Sackville Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 354
61. No. 14 Sackville Street, plans. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 354
62. No. 14 Sackville Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by A. G. Chamberlain 355
63. No. 16 Sackville Street, section and elevation. Measured drawing by T. M. Shaw 356
64. No. 16 Sackville Street, plans, staircase section and details. Measured drawing by F. A.Evans 357
65. No. 29 Sackville Street, plan. Drawn by T. M. Shaw 361
66. No. 29 Sackville Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt 362
67. No. 36 Sackville Street, elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 363
68. No. 36 Sackville Street, doorcase. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 364
69. No. 36 Sackville Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 365
70. Albany, court-yard elevations. Measured drawing by T. Biro 380
71. Albany, early plan. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from the plan in Residential Flats by Sydney Perks, 1905, p. 19 381
72. Albany, plans and section. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt. 'Original Proposal' redrawn from Holland's plan of 1802 in the possession of the Trustees of Albany 382
73. Albany, section through staircases B and L. Measured drawing by P. P. Pratt 383
74. Burlington House, plan. Drawn by T. Biro as a conflation of a plan in the possession of the Royal Academy (reproduced here as Plate ) and of an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. III, 1725 (reproduced here as Plate ) 401
75. Burlington House, gateway. From an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. III, 1725, plate 403
76. Burlington House, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey, 1870–5 419
77. Burlington Arcade, elevation, section and plan. Measured drawing by T. M. Shaw 433
78. Burlington estate, layout plan. Based on Horwood's map of 1792 and the Ordnance Survey, 1870–1875 445
79. Uxbridge House, first-floor plan. Drawn by P. P. Pratt from an engraving in The Painting of Leon Battista Alberti by James Leoni, vol. III, 1726, plate (reproduced here as Plate ) and an engraving in Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London by J. Britton and A. Pugin, 1825, vol. I, facing p. 80 (reproduced here as Plate) 462
80. Nos. 4–9 Clifford Street, elevation. Measured drawing by A. G.Chamberlain 467
81. No. 5 Clifford Street, section and plans. Measured drawing by F. A.Evans 471
82. No. 5 Clifford Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 472
83. No. 8 Clifford Street, plans. Drawn by A. G. Chamberlain 474
84. No. 8 Clifford Street, staircase section and balustrade detail. Measured drawing by A. G.Chamberlain and F. H. Healey 475
85. No. 9 Clifford Street, elevation and plans. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 479
86. No. 9 Clifford Street, section. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 480
87. No. 9 Clifford Street, staircase hall. Measured drawing by F. H.Healey 481
88. No. 18 Clifford Street, plans. Drawn by T. M. Shaw 485
89. No. 18 Clifford Street, section and elevation. Measured drawing by T.M. Shaw 486
90. No. 18 Clifford Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans 487
91. No. 5 Old Burlington Street, first-floor plan. Drawn by A. H.Grogan 497
92. Nos. 25–34 Old Burlington Street, elevations and plans.Drawn by T. Biro; elevations collated from various sources, plans based on a drawing of c. 1773 in the Chatsworth MSS. 499
93. No. 31 Old Burlington Street, plans. Drawn by T. Biro 512
94. No. 31 Old Burlington Street, section and elevation. Measured drawing by T. Biro 514
95. No. 31 Old Burlington Street, section. Measured drawing by T. Biro 515
96. No. 31 Old Burlington Street, staircase balustrade. Measured drawing by T. Biro 516
97. No. 1 Savile Row, plans. Drawn by A. G. Chamberlain from a plan in a deed of 1870 in possession of Hawkes and Co. amplified by measurement of the existing building 522
98. No. 3 Savile Row, plans. Drawn by A. G. Chamberlain 526
99. No. 3 Savile Row, interior details. Measured drawing by F. A.Evans 527
100. No. 5 Savile Row, plan. Drawn by J. Clowes 528
101. No. 5 Savile Row, section. Measured drawing by J. Clowes 529
102. No. 14 Savile Row, elevations and plans. Measured drawing by F. A.Evans 532
103. No. 14 Savile Row, section. Measured drawing by A. G.Chamberlain 533
104. Nos. 22 and 23 Savile Row, plan. Redrawn by T. M. Shaw from a deed of 1893 in possession of Westminster City Council 536

BURLINGTON HOUSE

(between pages 394–5)

Left Burlington House as completed for the first Earl of Burlington

a. South front, facing court-yard. Drawing by T. Biro based on Knyff-Kip view

b. North front, facing garden. Drawing by T. Biro based on S. Ware's survey in the possession of the Royal Academy

c, d. Ground- and first-floor plans. Drawings by T. Biro based on early plans in the possession of the Royal Academy

Right Burlington House as remodelled for the third Earl of Burlington by James Gibbs and Colin Campbell

e. Colonnade and great gate to Piccadilly. Measured drawing of 1782 by George Meredith

f. South front of the mansion. From an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. III, 1725

g. Section through court-yard and mansion, looking west. Drawn by T. Biro