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Survey of London: Volume 21, the Parish of St Pancras Part 3: Tottenham Court Road and Neighbourhood. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1949.

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Note: M.L.R. = Middlesex Land Register (L.C.C.).

Introduction

1. P.R.O., C 54/797/12d.

2. M.L.R. 1796/6/102.

3. Walford, Old and New London, iv, p. 470.

4. P.R.O., C.P. 43/678 (m. 36).

5. P.R.O., C. 78/1901.

6. L.C.C., Westminster Commission of Sewers, Proceedings, 1 Dec., 1720.

7. Ibid., 19 July, 1722, and 2 Aug., 1722.

8. Ibid., 13 Dec., 1732.

9. M.L.R., 1753/1/174; 1754/2/501, etc.

10. Ibid., 1753/1/333; 1767/7/454; 1817/ 6/101, with plan.

11. D.N.B.

12. P.C.C., Walpole, 445.

13. M.L.R. 1817/6/101.

14. Tottenhall Court Rolls, 2 Feb., 1801.

15. P.C.C., Ellenbro, 382.

16. P.R.O., C.P. 43/914 (61).

17. F.T. Cansick, Epitaphs of Middlesex, I.; P.C.C., Liste, 42.

18. L.C.C. Westminster Commission of Sewers, Proceedings, Vol. 18, pp. 487, 490.

19. P.C.C., Trevor, 405.

20. P.C.C., Warburton, 245.

21. Gent. Mag., 1805, p. 190.

22. Tottenhall Court Rolls, 1 Nov., 1827; P.C.C., Howe, 464.

23. Survey of London, St. Pancras, Part II, p. 141.

24. Ibid., Part I, p. 3; Part II, p. 14.

§ 38

25. M.L.R., 1764/4/466; 506–509, etc.

26. Ibid., 1766/3/39–44, etc.

§ 39

27. Ibid., 1765/6/223 and 1767/6/18.

§ 40

28. Ibid., 1765/3/416.

29. Ibid., 1866/23/981.

30. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis.

31. Samuel Palmer, St. Pancras, pp. 186–7.

32. L.C.C., Houses of Historical Interest in London, Pt. X.

§ 41

33. M.L.R. 1723/2/365; 1724/6/401; 402, etc.; 1762/1/101, 102, etc.

34. Ibid., 1773/2/432.

§ 42

35. Ibid., 1766/7/110, 111; 1767/4/190–2, etc.

§ 43

36. Ibid., 1766/6/248.

37. Ibid., 1766/8/224.

38. Ibid., 1774/1/228.

§ 48

39. Ibid., 1772/1/133, 149.

40. See Allardyce Nicoll, The English Theatre (1936), pp. 219–20; Clement Scott, The Drama of Yesterday and To-day (1899), pp. 479, 482–3, 596; E. Beresford Chancellor, London's Old Latin Quarter, pp. 108–16; also St. Pancras Notes and Queries and the Heal Collection, St. Pancras Public Library.

§ 49

41. M.L.R. 1788/7/204.

§ 50

42. Ibid., 1776/2/331.

§ 51

43. Ibid., 1824/6/614.

§ 52

44. Ibid.

45. M.L.R. 1785/2/535.

46. Ibid., 1809/3/591.

47. Ibid.

§ 53

48. Ibid.

49. M.L.R. 1824/6/614.

50. Ibid., 1809/3/591.

51. Ibid., 1777/4/451.

§ 54

52. Ibid., 1809/3/591.

53. Op. cit.

54. Op. cit.

§ 55

55. Op. cit.

56. Op. cit.

57. M.L.R. 1862/12/403.

§ 56

58. Ibid., 1792/6/403, 1793/1/476, etc.

59. Op. cit. 1794/1/570, etc.

60. M.L.R. 1828/7/74.

61. Ibid., 1830/8/99, 100.

62. Ibid., 1829/2/363.

63. Ibid., 1830/3/369 and 370.

64. Ibid., 1827/1/717.

65. Ibid., 1832/5/436; 1833/1/636, etc.

§ 57

66. Ibid., 1809/3/591.

67. Op. cit.

§ 58

68. Ibid., 1758/2/232.

69. Samuel Palmer, St. Pancras (1870), pp. 109–118, where much of the information about this chapel is to be found.

70. Op. cit., p. 118.

71. F. T. Cansick, A Collection of … Epitaphs … of St. Pancras, Vol. II, p. 187, et seq.

72. Op. cit., pp. 205–6.

§ 59

73. Survey of London, St. Pancras, Part II, pp. 18 and 19.

§ 61

74. M.L.R. 1789/6/296–300; 1789/9/84–87.

75. Ibid., 1790/2/245–254.

76. Ibid., 1790/5/138–144 and 332, 333.

77. Ibid., 1828/4/87.

78. Ibid., 1820/8/717.

§ 62

79. University College Hospital, London. The Story of the Past Century, 1833–1933.

§ 63

80. University College, London, 1826–1926.

81. Survey of London, St. Pancras, Part II, p. 18, and this volume, p. 76.

82. Victoria and Albert Museum (Phené Spiers Collection).

83. J. Elmes, Metropolitan Improvements, 1827, p. 125.

84. Op. cit, pp. 172–3.

85. Tenders in Builder, 1848, p. 287.

86. Ibid., p. 599.

87. Engraved and described in Builder, 15th and 22nd January, 1881, pp. 81 and 90–92.

§ 64

88. From information supplied by the Rev. J. B. Binns, Secretary and Librarian of New College, London, and also the articles on Dr. Doddridge and William Coward in Dictionary of National Biography. The date of the Agreement with Coward's Trustees under which New College was formed was 10th September, 1849.

§ 66

89. Pp. 16 and 17.

90. J. Summerson, Georgian London, pp. 174–6, where the development of the Bloomsbury Estates is given in detail.

§ 67

91. A Short Account of the Charity and Library established under the will of the late Rev. Daniel Williams, D.D. (1917), illustr. facing pp. 58 and 60.

§ 68

92. M.L.R. 1825/13/740 to 747.

93. J. Summerson, Georgian London, p. 175.

§ 69

94. M.L.R. 1800–1860.

95. Home Counties Magazine, III, p. 242 and IV, p. 82.

§ 72

96. M.L.R. 1824/3/695.

§ 74

97. G. Royde Smith, Old Euston, (London, 1938), pp. 4–7.

98. 3 Wm. 4, Cap. 36.

99. Modern Transport, 26 Sept., 1931.

100. 5 and 6 Wm. 4, Cap. 56.

101. Modern Transport, loc. cit.

102. 1792–1870, see D.N.B.

103. 1810–1874, see D.N.B.

104. 1822–1892, see Builder, 6 Feb., 1892, p. 108.

105. G. P. Neele, Railway Reminiscences (1904).

106. 32 and 33 Vict., Cap. 115.

107. G. P. Neele, op. cit.

108. Building News, 27 May, 1881, p. 605.

109. Railway Gazette, 16 Sept., 1938, p. 15.

110. F. W. Simms, Public Works of Great Britain (1838).

111. Modern Transport, loc. cit.

112. Illustrated London News, 1847, ii, p. 376.

113. 1813–1862, see D.N.B.

114. Illustrated London News, 15 Sept., 1849, p. 181.

§ 78

115. Cited in Survey of London, St. Pancras, Pt. II, p. 14.

§ 80

116. 29 Geo. 2, Cap. 47.

117. St. Pancras Open Spaces and Disused Burial Ground (1902), pp. 53–6.

118. A Collection of … Epitaphs … of St. Pancras (1869) I, pp. 232–6.

119. Ibid., p. 223.

120. D.N.B.

121. Ibid.

The Crown Estate

122. Survey of London, St. Pancras, Pt. II, pp. 1–2.

123. John Summerson, Georgian London (1945), p. 167.

§ 87

124. John Summerson, John Nash, Architect to George IV, (1925), p. 198.

125. Ibid., p. 198.

126. Ibid., p. 199.

§ 89

127. Georgian London, pp. 167–8.