List of illustrations

Pages xvi-xix

Survey of London: Volume 20, St Martin-in-The-Fields, Pt III: Trafalgar Square and Neighbourhood. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1940.

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1. Extract from plan in the Public Record Office drawn in 1585 to illustrate a lawsuit as to the ownership of Gelding's Close 2
2. Swan Close. Copy of plan in the possession of the Marquess of Salisbury 4
3. Plan showing the property claimed by Bethlem Hospital in 1649. From plan in the possession of the hospital reproduced in Report 32, Part 6, of the Commissioners on Charities, 1837 11
4. Plan of the premises of the Golden Cross, Charing Cross, c. 1830. Copied from plan in the possession of H.M. Office of Works 13
5. Old houses on the west side of St. Martin's Lane. Reproduced from drawing by George Scharf in the Council's collection. 14
6. Plan of the National Gallery as first erected. 16
7. The plan of [old] St. Martin's Church. From an engraving by G. Vertue in the Council's collection 21
8. Sketch of whipping post in church crypt 26
9. Font rails in St. Martin's Church 27
10. Communion rails in St. Martin's Church 27
11. Detail of stair balustrading in St. Martin's Church 28
12. Key plan showing position of monuments and wall tablets in the crypt of St. Martin's Church 30
13. Panels with shields of arms from monument to Theodore Mayerne 52
14. Emblem from Tompson monument 53
15. Plan of Spring Garden in 1730. From plan in the possession of H.M. Crown Lands Office 61
16. Plan of Spring Garden in 1778. From plan in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 62
17. Ground and first floor plans of No. 28, Spring Gardens. From plans in the possession of H.M. Office of Works 63
18. Sketch of St. Matthew's Chapel 64
19. Plan of St. Matthew's Chapel, Spring Gardens 65
20. Plan of Nos. 10 and 12, Spring Gardens 68
21. Extract from T. Porter's map view of London and Westminster, c. 1660 69
22. Plan of the Wilderness. From plan in the possession of H. M. Crown Lands Office 71
23. Plan showing proposed alterations at Carlton House, 1761. From plan in the Crace Collection, British Museum 72
24. Plan of Carlton House in 1794. From plan preserved at Windsor Castle 73
25. Plan showing the riding stables of Carlton House, c. 1850. From plan in possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 78
26. Ground plan for five houses on Carlton House Terrace. From plan in possession of H. M. Commissioners of Crown Lands 79
27. Plans of No. 1, Suffolk Place 91
28. Plans of Nos. 3, 4 and 5, Suffolk Place 92
29. No. 6, Suffolk Street 93
30. Elevation of three houses in Suffolk Street. From drawing in possession of H.M. Crown Lands Office 94
31. Plans of Nos. 33 and 34, Haymarket 97
32. Staircase details from No. 35, St. Martin's Street 106
33. Plans of No. 35, St. Martin's Street 107
34. Detail of marble mantelpiece from No. 35, St. Martin's Street 108
35. James Street date tablet 109
36. Orange Street date tablet 110
37. Extract from the "Agas" view 115
38. Panelled ceiling to first floor, No. 31, St. Martin's Lane 117
39. May's Buildings date tablet 118
40. Plan of No. 44, St. Martin's Lane 118
41. Plan of No. 55, St. Martin's Lane 119
42. Plan of No. 56, St. Martin's Lane 119
43. Plan of Chippendale's premises in St. Martin's Lane. From a plan in the possession of the Sun Insurance Office Ltd. 120
44. No. 67, St. Martin's Lane 121


BERKELEY, EARL OF BERKELEY Gules a cheveron between ten crosses formy argent. (p. 66)
BETHLEM HOSPITAL Argent two bars sable with a label gules and a chief azure with a star of sixteen rays or charged with a roundel argent with a cross gules thereon between a human skull in a cup on the dexter side and a basket of wastel cakes on the sinister side therein all or. (p. 12)
BOYLE, LORD CARLETON Battled bendwise argent and gules, quartering checky or and azure a fesse gules, for Clifford. (p. 71)
CECIL, EARL OF SALISBURY Barry of ten pieces argent and azure six scutcheons sable each charged with a lion argent, a crescent gules for cadency. (p. 116)
COVENTRY Sable a fesse ermine between three crescents argent. (p. 90)
CURZON, LORD CURZON Argent a bend sable with three popingays or thereon. (p. 82)
HOWARD, EARL OF SUFFOLK AND BERKSHIRE Quarterly: 1, Gules a bend between six crosslets fitchy argent with the augmentation for Flodden on the bend, for Howard; 2, Gules three leopards or and a label argent, for Brotherton; 3, checky or and azure, for Warenne; 4, Gules a lion argent, for Mowbray, with a crescent in the centre of the shield for difference. (p. 89)
KYME Gules a cheveron between ten crosslets or. (p. 5)
LANCASTER OF STOCKBRIDGE Argent two bars and a quarter gules with a molet argent in the quarter. (p. 128)
MAYNARD Argent a cheveron between three left hands gules. (p. 112)
MERCERS OF LONDON, WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF Gules a demi-virgin clad in gold with her hair dishevelled, a wreath of roses and an Eastern Crown upon her head, coming out of clouds, all in a border of clouds. (p. 125)
MINTERNE OF BATCOMBE Azure two bars argent between three lions passant or. (p. 5)
NEWTON OF WOOLTHORPE Sable two shinbones argent crossed in saltire. (p. 107)
OXENDEN OF DENE Argent a cheveron gules between three oxen sable. (p. 101)
PEARCE Ermine a spotted pard rampant and looking backwards with three bees in the chief all in their proper colours. (p. 128)
PRINCE RUPERT OF THE RHINE Quarterly: 1 and 4, sable a lion argent crowned or, for the Palatinate; 2 and 3, Lozengy bendwise argent and azure, for Bavaria. (p. 70)
PRINCE OF WALES George Augustus Frederick, afterwards King George IV. The royal arms of his father, King George III, with the difference of a label argent. (p. 73)
RUSSELL, DUKE OF BEDFORD Argent a lion gules and a chief sable with three scallops argent, which arms were also borne by Russell, Lord de Clifford. (p. 123)
SCOTT, DUKE OF MONMOUTH The royal arms of King Charles II, with the difference of a sinister baston argent, and in pretence or a bend azure with a molet of six points between two crescents or on the bend, for Scott of Buccleuch. (p. 109)
SIDNEY, EARL OF LEICESTER Or a broad-arrowhead azure. (p. 3)
TEMPLE, VISCOUNT PALMERSTON Quarterly: 1 and 4, or an eagle sable, for Leofric of Mercia; 2 and 3, Argent two bars sable with three martlets or upon each bar, for Temple. (p. 80)