Smith’s Antiquities of London (1791-1800)

The map below shows the locations depicted in the ninety-six plates that comprise John Thomas Smith’s Antiquities of London, published between 1791 and 1800.  The plates are usually bound in chronological order of issue, with ‘those published on the same date […] in a variable sequence’.1  In the list below the interface, I’ve ordered plates published at the same time alphabetically.  The images were scanned by the British Library from General Reference Collection RB.31.c.275, with the exception of the the image of the Savoy in 1650 and 1792, which was kindly provided by Yale.  For more information on Smith’s Antiquities and its contexts, see the introduction.

 

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Smith's Antiquities of London

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A Curious Gate at Stepney: 51.516928, -0.042967
A Monument with the Old Vestry Deer in St. Mary le Savoy: 51.510472, -0.120023
In St. Mary Overie\'s or St Saviour\'s Southwark [Monument for William Emerson]: 51.505999, -0.089345
London Stone in Cannon Street: 51.511519, -0.089506
Monmouth House, Soho Square: 51.514585, -0.131868
Pedlar & His Dog, Saint Mary Lambeth: 51.495001, -0.120255
Pye Corner, Smithfield: 51.517292, -0.101501
Sir Paul Pinders, Lodge in Half Moon Alley: 51.518353, -0.080505
St. Ann Westminster [Monument of Theodore, King of Corsica]: 51.512137, -0.132497
St. Mary Lambeth [Monument for Robert Scott]: 51.494997, -0.119998
William Earl of Craven, From a Picture in Craven Buildings: 51.513012, -0.117656
Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a Basso Relievo in Warwick Lane: 51.515787, -0.100540
Newgate: 51.516125, -0.101851
A Basso Relievo of a Gardiner [Mr. Hoylands stables Gardiners Lane]: 51.511023, -0.096160
A Curious Pump, In the yard belonging to the Company of Leather Sellers, opposite their Hall: 51.515505, -0.081719
King James the Second [in Privy Gardens]: 51.503741, -0.125804
A Specimen of Ancient Building [King Street, Westminster]: 51.506071, -0.138305
Camden\'s Monument, Poet\'s Corner, Westminster Abbey: 51.499112, -0.127094
Lollard\'s Prison, Situated on the North Side of Lambeth Palace: 51.495873, -0.120410
Rosamond\'s Pond [St James\'s Park; filled up in 1770]: 51.500694, -0.139868
Speed\'s Monument, in the Chancel of St. Giles\'s Cripplegate: 51.518658, -0.093813
St. Pancras in the Fields [Monument for Samuel Cooper]: 51.534895, -0.130255
Stowe\'s Monument, In the North Aisle of St. Andrew\'s Undershaft: 51.513851, -0.081188
Richard II [formerly hung in the Choir of St. Peter\'s, Westminster, then in the Jerusalem Chamber]: 51.499313, -0.128392
Cheapside Cross: 51.514244, -0.094929
John Stowe, Historian & Antiquary (From His Monument in the Church of St. Andrew, Undershaft): 51.513830, -0.081475
London Wall [Ludgate Hill]: 51.514171, -0.103351
London Wall, In the Church Yard of St. Giles\'s, Cripplegate: 51.518537, -0.094467
Old Charing Cross: 51.507187, -0.127823
Savoy as it was about 1650, from a very Scarce Etching by W. Hollar - As it is at present 1792: 51.509437, -0.118597
St. Botolph\'s Bishopgsgate without [Monument for Coya Shawsware]: 51.516755, -0.081668
The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth: 51.496254, -0.124433
An Old House which is now standing on Little Tower Hill: 51.509530, -0.074437
A Front View of the Watch Tower, Discovered On Ludgate Hill May 1 1792: 51.513804, -0.103118
Dukes Place, The South & Principal Gate of the Ancient Monastry, or Priory of the Holy Trinity: 51.514198, -0.078374
James, 1st [Whitehall]: 51.504582, -0.126214
Part of Christ\'s Hospital taken from the Stewards Office 1765 [Richard Whittington\'s Library]: 51.516155, -0.099409
Robert Dow\'s Monument, St. Botolph\'s Aldgate: 51.513997, -0.076518
Savoy Prison: 51.510105, -0.119787
The Principal Gate of the Priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield: 51.518678, -0.100025
The West Front of the Mathematical School, Christs Hospital 1775 [Sir Robert Clayton]: 51.516241, -0.100422
Wood Street, Compter: 51.515446, -0.094392
Cheapside Cross [second plate]: 51.514155, -0.094560
In the Church of St. Catherine Cree [Monument for Sir Nicholas Throckmorton]: 51.513376, -0.079114
Sir Thomas Gresham, Founder of the Royal Exchange and Gresham College: 51.513684, -0.087468
Mrs. Salmon\'s, Fleet Street: 51.513670, -0.110850
In the Ambulatory belonging to Mercer\'s Chapel [Monument for Richard Fishborne Mercer]: 51.514085, -0.091696
The Monument of the Tradescants, in the Church Yard of St Mary Lambeth: 51.495023, -0.119769
The Gate of the Ancient Abbey, of St. Saviours Bermondsey: 51.506415, -0.089940
Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Middlesex: 51.598727, -0.075349
On the North Wall in the Temple Church: 51.513286, -0.109906
Sir Edward Wynter\'s Monument, On the South Wall in Battersea Church: 51.476475, -0.175390
Bancroft\'s Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street: 51.514825, -0.081834
Sir Iohn Crosby\'s Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street: 51.514925, -0.082054
The Old Theatre, Drury Lane: 51.512575, -0.120496
Plowden\'s Monument, On the North Wall in the Temple Church: 51.513243, -0.110325
Entrance to Mr. Holden\'s family vault in St. Bride\'s Churchyard: 51.513597, -0.105464
Gerard\'s Hall, in Basing lane, Bread Street, Cheapside: 51.512528, -0.094746
Wm. Woollett\'s Tomb, in the Church-yard of St. Pancras, Middx.: 51.535228, -0.130286
St Saviour\'s Southwark [monuments]: 51.506145, -0.089886
Wm. Hogarth\'s Tomb In Chiswick Church-yard Middx.: 51.485452, -0.251344
Engravings of King Lud and his Sons [in the Bone-House of St. Dunstan\'s Parish (Fleet Street)]: 51.514104, -0.110314
Rectoral House, Newington Butts: 51.493201, -0.101929
The Tombs of Richard Pendrell and George Chapman in the Church-yard of St. Giles in the fields: 51.514950, -0.128288
Clarendon House: 51.507655, -0.140640
Lord Darcie\'s Monument, on the East Side near the South entrance of St. Botolph\'s church, Aldgate: 51.514044, -0.076464
North, or inside, view of Traitor\'s Gate: 51.507562, -0.077095
Old Houses in the Butcher Row: 51.512983, -0.115153
Sir Paul Pindar\'s Monument, near the communion table, St. Botolph\'s, Bishopsgate: 51.516792, -0.081974
South view of The Bloody Tower: 51.507747, -0.076700
The Conduit, near Bayswater: 51.512423, -0.177633
The Monument of Frances Dutchess Dudley, in the North aisle, near the West entrance of the Church of St. Giles in the Fields: 51.515199, -0.128666
The Old Fountain in the Minories: 51.513063, -0.075676
Van Dun\'s Alms-houses in Petty France, with his mural monument on the North Side of St. Margaret\'s church, Westminster: 51.499480, -0.135634
Cleveland House, by St James\'s: 51.504522, -0.139475
Prince Rupert\'s House, Beech Lane, Barbican: 51.520689, -0.092947
The Queen\'s Nursery, Golden Lane, Barbican: 51.522343, -0.093775
Lincoln\'s Inn Gate Chancery Lane: 51.516301, -0.112449
White Hart, Bishopsgate Street: 51.517045, -0.081405
Guild-Hall Chapel: 51.515733, -0.091957
Remains of a crypt part of the antient priory of Black-Nuns adjoining St. Helen\'s Church in Bishopsgate Street: 51.514528, -0.081652
Sion College: 51.517603, -0.092153
The Old Manor-House, Hackney, formerly the residence of the Tyssen family: 51.552163, -0.071514
Building at the entrance of Little St. Helen\'s, lately a Dissenting Meeting house; demolished in 1799: 51.515373, -0.082519
The Kitchen belonging to Leatherseller\'s Hall, Demolished in 1799: 51.515166, -0.081339
The principal or Street entrance to Leatherseller\'s Hall, Demolished 1799: 51.515442, -0.081768
An Antient Monument of a Bishop, under the South East Window in the Temple Church: 51.513186, -0.109824
Barber Surgeon\'s-Hall, from the Church Yard of St. Giles, Cripplegate: 51.518337, -0.094848
Barber Surgeon\'s-Hall, Monkwell Street: 51.517963, -0.094564
Craven House, Craven Buildings, Drury Lane: 51.513029, -0.117331
South Remains of Winchester-House, Southwark: 51.506866, -0.090970
Staple\'s-Inn, Holborn: 51.517967, -0.111189
Venerable Remains of London-Wall: 51.518294, -0.093707
Winchester House, in Winchester Street, London Wall: 51.516121, -0.085933
An Antient Monument in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy: 51.510305, -0.119848
Lady Arabella Countess Dowager of Nottingham\'s Monument, in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy: 51.510365, -0.119916
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A Curious Gate at Stepney

A Curious Gate at Stepney

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A Monument with the Old Vestry Deer in St. Mary le Savoy

A Monument with the Old Vestry Deer in St. Mary le Savoy

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In St. Mary Overie's or St Saviour's Southwark [Monument for William Emerson]

In St. Mary Overie's or St Saviour's Southwark [Monument for William Emerson]

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London Stone in Cannon Street

London Stone in Cannon Street

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Monmouth House, Soho Square

Monmouth House, Soho Square [demolished in 1773]

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Pedlar & His Dog, Saint Mary Lambeth

Pedlar & His Dog, Saint Mary Lambeth

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Pye Corner, Smithfield

Pye Corner, Smithfield

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Sir Paul Pinders, Lodge in Half Moon Alley

Sir Paul Pinders, Lodge in Half Moon Alley [called Flying Horse Yard on Horwood's Plan]

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St. Ann Westminster [Monument of Theodore, King of Corsica]

St. Ann Westminster [Monument of Theodore, King of Corsica]

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St. Mary Lambeth [Monument for Robert Scott]

St. Mary Lambeth [Monument for Robert Scott]

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William Earl of Craven, From a Picture in Craven Buildings

William Earl of Craven, From a Picture in Craven Buildings

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Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a Basso Relievo in Warwick Lane

Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a Basso Relievo in Warwick Lane

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Newgate

Newgate

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A Basso Relievo of a Gardiner [Mr. Hoylands stables Gardiners Lane]

A Basso Relievo of a Gardiner [Mr. Hoylands stables Gardiners Lane]

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A Curious Pump, In the yard belonging to the Company of Leather Sellers, opposite their Hall

A Curious Pump, In the yard belonging to the Company of Leather Sellers, opposite their Hall

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King James the Second [in Privy Gardens]

King James the Second [in Privy Gardens]

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A Specimen of Ancient Building [King Street, Westminster]

A Specimen of Ancient Building [King Street, Westminster]

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Camden's Monument, Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey

Camden's Monument, Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey

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Lollard's Prison, Situated on the North Side of Lambeth Palace

Lollard's Prison, Situated on the North Side of Lambeth Palace

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Rosamond's Pond [St James's Park; filled up in 1770]

Rosamond's Pond [St James's Park; filled up in 1770]

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Speed's Monument, in the Chancel of St. Giles's Cripplegate

Speed's Monument, in the Chancel of St. Giles's Cripplegate

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St. Pancras in the Fields [Monument for Samuel Cooper]

St. Pancras in the Fields [Monument for Samuel Cooper]

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Stowe's Monument, In the North Aisle of St. Andrew's Undershaft

Stowe's Monument, In the North Aisle of St. Andrew's Undershaft

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Richard II [formerly hung in the Choir of St. Peter's, Westminster, then in the Jerusalem Chamber]

Richard II [formerly hung in the Choir of St. Peter's, Westminster, then in the Jerusalem Chamber] [Note: the marker here is for the latter.]

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Cheapside Cross

Cheapside Cross [Note: Demolished in 1643; previously, located in the centre of Cheapside, opposite Wood Street.]

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John Stowe, Historian & Antiquary (From His Monument in the Church of St. Andrew, Undershaft)

John Stowe, Historian & Antiquary (From His Monument in the Church of St. Andrew, Undershaft)

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London Wall [Ludgate Hill]

London Wall [Ludgate Hill]

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London Wall, In the Church Yard of St. Giles's, Cripplegate

London Wall, In the Church Yard of St. Giles's, Cripplegate

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Old Charing Cross

Old Charing Cross

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Savoy as it was about 1650, from a very Scarce Etching by W. Hollar - As it is at present 1792

Savoy as it was about 1650, from a very Scarce Etching by [Wenceslaus] Hollar - As it is at present 1792

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St. Botolph's Bishopgsgate without [Monument for Coya Shawsware]

St. Botolph's Bishopgsgate without [Monument for Coya Shawsware]

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The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth

The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth

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An Old House which is now standing on Little Tower Hill

An Old House which is now standing on Little Tower Hill

 

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A Front View of the Watch Tower, Discovered On Ludgate Hill May 1 1792

A Front View of the Watch Tower, Discovered On Ludgate Hill May 1 1792

 

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Dukes Place, The South & Principal Gate of the Ancient Monastry, or Priory of the Holy Trinity

 

Dukes Place, The South & Principal Gate of the Ancient Monastry, or Priory of the Holy Trinity

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James, 1st [Whitehall]

 

James, 1st [Whitehall]

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Part of Christ's Hospital taken from the Stewards Office 1765 [Richard Whittington's Library]

Part of Christ's Hospital taken from the Stewards Office 1765 [Richard Whittington's Library]

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Robert Dow's Monument, St. Botolph's Aldgate

Robert Dow's Monument, St. Botolph's Aldgate

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Savoy Prison

Savoy Prison

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The Principal Gate of the Priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield

The Principal Gate of the Priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield

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The West Front of the Mathematical School, Christs Hospital 1775 [Sir Robert Clayton]

The West Front of the Mathematical School, Christs Hospital 1775 [Sir Robert Clayton]

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Wood Street, Compter

Wood Street, Compter

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Cheapside Cross [second plate]

Cheapside Cross [second plate] [Note: Demolished in 1643; previously, located in the centre of Cheapside, opposite Wood Street.]

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In the Church of St. Catherine Cree [Monument for Sir Nicholas Throckmorton]

In the Church of St. Catherine Cree [Monument for Sir Nicholas Throckmorton]

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Sir Thomas Gresham, Founder of the Royal Exchange and Gresham College

Sir Thomas Gresham, Founder of the Royal Exchange and Gresham College [Note: The marker here is placed at the Royal Exchange.]

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Mrs. Salmon's, Fleet Street

Mrs. Salmon's, Fleet Street [No. 17]

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In the Ambulatory belonging to Mercer's Chapel [Monument for Richard Fishborne Mercer]

In the Ambulatory belonging to Mercer's Chapel [Monument for Richard Fishborne Mercer]

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The Monument of the Tradescants, in the Church Yard of St Mary Lambeth

The Monument of the Tradescants, in the Church Yard of St Mary Lambeth

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The Gate of the Ancient Abbey, of St. Saviours Bermondsey

The Gate of the Ancient Abbey, of St. Saviours Bermondsey

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Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Middlesex

Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Middlesex

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On the North Wall in the Temple Church

On the North Wall in the Temple Church

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Sir Edward Wynter's Monument, On the South Wall in Battersea Church

Sir Edward Wynter's Monument, On the South Wall in Battersea Church

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Bancroft's Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street

Bancroft's Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street

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Sir Iohn Crosby's Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street

Sir Iohn Crosby's Monument, in the Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate Street

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The Old Theatre, Drury Lane

The Old Theatre, Drury Lane

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Plowden's Monument, On the North Wall in the Temple Church

Plowden's Monument, On the North Wall in the Temple Church

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Entrance to Mr. Holden's family vault in St. Bride's Churchyard

Entrance to Mr. Holden's family vault in St. Bride's Churchyard

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Gerard's Hall, in Basing lane, Bread Street, Cheapside

Gerard's Hall, in Basing lane, Bread Street, Cheapside

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Wm. Woollett's Tomb, in the Church-yard of St. Pancras, Middx.

Wm. Woollett's Tomb, in the Church-yard of St. Pancras, Middx. [Note: Now believed lost.]

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St Saviour's Southwark [monuments]

St Saviour's Southwark [monuments]

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Wm. Hogarth's Tomb In Chiswick Church-yard Middx.

Wm. Hogarth's Tomb In Chiswick Church-yard Middx.

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Engravings of King Lud and his Sons [in the Bone-House of St. Dunstan's Parish (Fleet Street)]

Engravings of King Lud and his Sons [in the Bone-House of St. Dunstan's Parish (Fleet Street)]

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Rectoral House, Newington Butts

Rectoral House, Newington Butts

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The Tombs of Richard Pendrell and George Chapman in the Church-yard of St. Giles in the fields

The Tombs of Richard Pendrell and George Chapman in the Church-yard of St. Giles in the fields

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Clarendon House

Clarendon House [Note: Demolished in the 1680s.]

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Lord Darcie's Monument, on the East Side near the South entrance of St. Botolph's church, Aldgate

Lord Darcie's Monument, on the East Side near the South entrance of St. Botolph's church, Aldgate

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North, or inside, view of Traitor's Gate

North, or inside, view of Traitor's Gate

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Old Houses in the Butcher Row

Old Houses in the Butcher Row [Note: The Strand end of Wych Street was called Butcher Row, but is not labelled as such by Horwood.]

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Sir Paul Pindar's Monument, near the communion table, St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate

Sir Paul Pindar's Monument, near the communion table, St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate

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South view of The Bloody Tower

South view of The Bloody Tower

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The Conduit, near Bayswater

The Conduit, near Bayswater [Note: The placement of this marker is a supposition based on the plate description.]

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The Monument of Frances Dutchess Dudley, in the North aisle, near the West entrance of the Church of St. Giles in the Fields

The Monument of Frances Dutchess Dudley, in the North aisle, near the West entrance of the Church of St. Giles in the Fields

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The Old Fountain in the Minories

The Old Fountain in the Minories

 

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Van Dun's Alms-houses in Petty France, with his mural monument on the North Side of St. Margaret's church, Westminster

 

Van Dun's Alms-houses in Petty France, with his mural monument on the North Side of St. Margaret's church, Westminster [Note: The marker here is in Petty France, renamed York Street in Horwood's time.  St Margaret's Church is north-east of Westminster Abbey.]

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Cleveland House, by St James's

 

Cleveland House, by St James's [Note: Now called Bridgewater House.]

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Prince Rupert's House, Beech Lane, Barbican

 

Prince Rupert's House, Beech Lane, Barbican

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The Queen's Nursery, Golden Lane, Barbican

 

The Queen's Nursery, Golden Lane, Barbican [Note: at one point the Fortune Theatre.]

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Lincoln's Inn Gate Chancery Lane

 

Lincoln's Inn Gate Chancery Lane

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White Hart, Bishopsgate Street

White Hart, Bishopsgate Street

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Guild-Hall Chapel

Guild-Hall Chapel

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Remains of a crypt part of the antient priory of Black-Nuns adjoining St. Helen's Church in Bishopsgate Street

Remains of a crypt part of the antient priory of Black-Nuns adjoining St. Helen's Church in Bishopsgate Street

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Sion College

Sion College

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The Old Manor-House, Hackney, formerly the residence of the Tyssen family

The Old Manor-House, Hackney, formerly the residence of the Tyssen family [Note: Preliminary placement, based on the assumption that this is Shacklewell House, as the V&A catalogue states.]

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Building at the entrance of Little St. Helen's, lately a Dissenting Meeting house; demolished in 1799

Building at the entrance of Little St. Helen's, lately a Dissenting Meeting house; demolished in 1799

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The Kitchen belonging to Leatherseller's Hall, Demolished in 1799

The Kitchen belonging to Leatherseller's Hall, Demolished in 1799

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The principal or Street entrance to Leatherseller's Hall, Demolished 1799

The principal or Street entrance to Leatherseller's Hall, Demolished 1799

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An Antient Monument of a Bishop, under the South East Window in the Temple Church

An Antient Monument of a Bishop, under the South East Window in the Temple Church

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Barber Surgeon's-Hall, from the Church Yard of St. Giles, Cripplegate

Barber Surgeon's-Hall, from the Church Yard of St. Giles, Cripplegate

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Barber Surgeon's-Hall, Monkwell Street

Barber Surgeon's-Hall, Monkwell Street

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Craven House, Craven Buildings, Drury Lane

Craven House, Craven Buildings, Drury Lane

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South Remains of Winchester-House, Southwark

South Remains of Winchester-House, Southwark

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Staple's-Inn, Holborn

Staple's-Inn, Holborn

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Venerable Remains of London-Wall

Venerable Remains of London-Wall

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Winchester House, in Winchester Street, London Wall

Winchester House, in Winchester Street, London Wall

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An Antient Monument in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy

An Antient Monument in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy

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Lady Arabella Countess Dowager of Nottingham's Monument, in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy

Lady Arabella Countess Dowager of Nottingham's Monument, in the Chancel of St. Mary le Savoy

Footnotes

  1. Bernard Adams, London Illustrated, 1604-1851 (London: Library Association, 1983), p. 163.