London, Томове 5–6

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Charles Knight
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Exterior of the Dutch Church Austin Friars IB Row N JAckson
31
Total Number of Persons confined in Bridewell The Penitentiary at Millbank commenced
39
ADWERTISEMENTS
41
Newspaper Advertisements 39 Lotteries the great school of mutual instruction
47
Report of the Inspectors of Prisons on the City The Separate System brought into operation
51
The Old East India Company dissolved in 1698 54 Portico and Pediment of the present East India
54
The Royal Treasury of England manufactured Old forms of transacting business long retained
59
CW HISTORICAL RECOLLECTIONS OF GUILDHALL
65
Death of Bellasses
66
The Treasury from St Jamess Park 1775 SHEPHERD NUGENT
69
The Model Prison Pentonville ANELAY JAckson
76
Hendlip House 1800 x
78
CWLCIVIC GOVERNMENT
81
Migrations of the Beefsteak Club
82
Crypt below the Hall
84
CWII THE EXCISE OFFICE
97
Horticultural Exhibition at Chiswick in June
98
Monuments of great Men in Guildhall
103
The Officer of Excise e 97 Public demonstrations of joy at the Defeat
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108
The Laws of the Customs thought insufficient Considerable reductions made in the Excise
110
CWIII THE COMPANIES OF LOND ON J SAUNDERs
113
11
125
ILLUSTRATIONS
127
The English Mercurie preserved in the British
128
COVENT GARDEN J SAUNDERs J C PLATT
129
The Fruit Tent
139
THE ADMIRALTY AND THE TRINITY HOUSE
145
Innumerable Specimens of all the finest flower
147
Englishmen a Nation of Mariners in the
157
THE CHURCHES OF LONDON J SAUNDERs
161
The News Book
163
Churches in and about London in the Time o Noticeable Signatures in the Parish Books
164
Inscription on a Tomb in St Leonards Foster terludes
171
THE CHURCHES OF LONDON No II xx
177
Paris the Focus of the Intellectual Activity
189
Memorial to Sir T Crisp in the Church of St Magnificence of the former Church of St Mary
191
CXIIITHE CHURCHES OF LONDON No III xx
193
Gibbs and Hawksmoor the most eminent Suc Sir Peter Paul Pindar buried in the Church
200
St GilessintheFields attributed to Hawks New Church at Stepney erected by Mr Walters
206
THE HORSE GUARDS W WEIR
209
Barracks in London where the Foot Guards are Board of Topography attached to the Office
215
CXW THE OLD LONDON BOOKSELLERS
225
Pepyss ineffectual endeavours to comprehend
229
EXETER HALL J C PLATT
241
Meeting in Exeter Hall of the Society for the tem of Popular Singing e
252
THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY J SAUNDERs
257
The Carnivora Terrace in the Zoological Gardens
259
The Otter
265
View of the Gardens from the Bridge TIFFIN JACKson
266
Services rendered to Horticulture since the esta
268
THE THEATRES OF LONDON 2x
273
Suddenness of the growth of the Drama of the The Cockpit in Drury Lane reopened in 1658
282
Controversy between Charles I and John
293
SOCIETIES J SAUNDERs
305
121
310
Introduction of the Lilactree about the middle One of the earliest attempts to supply Plants
315
PRISONS AND PENITENTIARIES J C PLATT
321
LONDON NEWSPAPERS W WEIR
337
The Norwich Postman published in 1706
338
London Newspapers
348
THE SOCIETY OF ARTS c IN THE ADELPHI J SAUNDERs
353
Portrait of Barry MELv1 1 1 E HollowAY
359
ILLUSTRATIONS
405
55
127
147
No Book Shops in London till after the Four
The Affairs of the Navy managed by a Com
294
332
77
EDUCATION IN LONDON MODERN 22 17
1
Procession of Placards e e TIFFIN JAckson 33
33
Bill Sticker e 48
48
OLD TRADING COMPANIES J C PLATT 49
49
John Dunton e Fussell JAckson
50
Annual Feast in Guildhall on Lord Mayors
52
Chaucer an Exile in the cause of Corporate
58
PUBLIC STATUES J SAUNDERs 65
65
The Nylghau º
72
Important Improvements made of late Years
74
THE COLLEGE OF ARMS J R PLANché 81
81
Barrys PicturesView of Elysium BURRows 366
85
Open Hostility shown by Richard II towards
87
at present
91
95
95
Excise Office Broad Street SHEPHERD SEARs 97
97
Hall of Excise Office NUGENT 109
109
BUCKINGHAM AND OLD WESTMINSTER PALACES J SAUNDERs 113
113
WESTMINSTER HALL AND THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT 129
129
Alterations and Repairs of Covent Garden Church 132
132
138
138
144
144
THE LORD MAYORS SHOW F W FAIRijolt 145
145
THE BRITISH MUSEUM J SAUNDERs 161
161
MUSIC 177
177
EXETER HALL
190
THE SQUARES OF LONDON W W EIR 193
193
THE STATIONERS COMPANY J SAUNDERs 209
209
218
218
209
224
Royal Proclamation against Vice issued in 1787 214 1808
237
BILLS OF MORTALITY e J C PLATT CXLI THE NATIONAL GALLERY AND THE SOANE MUSEUM J SAUNDERs 241
241
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246
THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGHS J C PLATT 257
257
129
264
267
267
View of the Old Stage and Balcony e º FAinholt SEARs 273
273
The Adelphi Theatre e B SLY BURRows 287
287
THE STOCK EXCHANGE J Bow MAN J C PLATT 289
289
131
300
The Horticultural Gardens during an Exhibition e TIFFIN JAckson 305
305
A Knotted Garden FAIR Holt KirchNER 31 l
313
Gardens of the Royal Botanical Society Regents Park TIFFIN JAcksox 320
320
MILITARY LONDON xx 321
321
Number of Persons supporting themselves by Attempts made at a classification of the Prisoners
326
CHARITIES OF LONDON J C PLATT J SAUNDERS 337
337
TATTERSALLS W WEIR 353
353
LUNATIC ASYLUMS J C PLATT 369
369
8 St Georges Hospital 377
377
Bethlem Hospital 384
384
LONDON SHOPS AND BAZAARS G DoDD 385
385
Shop in Regent Street Shi Epii ERD GoR way 393
393
Pantheon Bazaar ANELAY JAckson 400
400
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