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Cornhill. Lombard Street and Mansion House.
Billingsgate Market. Opening of the market from the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Monument. Fish Street Hill. View of the thoroughfare before the construction of King William Street in 1829-30.
Blackfriars Bridge from Somerset Place with St. Paul’s Cathedral in background. Orginally named William Pitt Bridge, it is known by the nearby site of Blackfriars Monastery. After Joseph Farington.
Old Street: St Luke’s Lunatic Hospital later St Luke’s Printing responsible for printing bank notes.
Mansion House and Cheapside with St Mildred, Poultry and St Mary-le-Bone in the background.
Ely Place. Bird’s eye view from the West. After the architectural artist Henry William Brewer
Custom House. Showing cargo awaiting shipping with the spire of St Magnus in the background. An erased signature is visible lower left hand corner.
Cheapside with the Eleanor Cross. The cross was one of 12 erected along the funeral path of Eleanor of Castile.
London Bridge: View from Southwark towards St Magnus the Martyr and Monument.
Fleet Street: St Dunstan’s, to the East Temple Bar and in the foreground, a carrier’s cart showing “T. S. Boys, Goods Removed, Town and Country”.
Leadenhall Street. North view of India House.
Knightsbridge: View of Albert Gate from Knightsbridge.
London Bridge from the bank of the Thames. Until 1750 it was the only bridge spanning the river. After Joseph Farington.
Cheapside. Bird’s eye from the East. After the Architectural artist Henry William Brewer.
London Bridge: View of the old bridge from near St. Olaf’s Stairs.
City of London looking under the arch of Waterloo bridge towards St. Paul’s.
Holborn Viaduct: View under the viaduct on Farringdon Road towards Charterhouse.
London Bridge. Double view of the bridge before and after the demolition of the houses and shops in the 1760’s.
Printing House Square. Times Office in 1870.
Hay-boats on the Thames. Moonlit scene from the famous French artist’s four year ‘pilgrimage’ through London.
City Livery Arms. 20 arms of Livery companies including the Brewers and Bakers.
Waterloo Bridge: View across the Thames with St Paul’s in the distance.
London Bridge. View as it was during the time of Henry VIII. After a sketch by the architectural artist Henry William Brewer.
Monument from Fish Street Hill. With description of history and construction.
Billingsgate Market. Loading the Fish. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Bartholomew Lane: George Robins’s Auction Mart opposite the Bank. View of the hall.
City Livery Arms. 20 Arms of Livery companies including the Farriers and Loriners.
Guildhall. View of the front elevation. Engraved by John Pass.
City Livery Arms: 18 coats of Arms of Livery companies including the Gunmakers and Distellers.
City Livery Arms. 20 arms of Livery companies including the Blacksmiths and Stationers.
London Docks: A view east over the London Docks at Wapping with the dockyard and warehouses.
Deptford. The Dreadnought. The Greenwich Hospital ship.
East End. The Docks at night From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Mansion House: Egyptian Hall based on the Roman designs of Vitruvius in Egypt.
Bridge Street. View of the obelisk on the junction of Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill.
Newgate Exercise Yard. Men marching in a circle. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
London Bridge. The Royal Procession at the Grand Arch.
Cheapside: With the East India Company’s warehouse.
Ludgate Hill. Parade of the Royal Family, Queen’s Guards and Household Cavalry towards St. Pauls Cathedral.
Billingsgate. New Billingsgate Market on Lower Thames Street.
Newgate. Bird’s eye from the West with key. After the Architectural artist Henry William Brewer
East End Docks. Inside the Docks. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Shoreditch. Entrance to London at Shoreditch Church.
Brick Lane. Brewer’s Men. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Aldgate. Bird’s eye view from the West. After the architectural artist Henry William Brewer
City of London. Allegorically portrayed with a cap of Liberty and a cornucopia in hand whilst Asia, Africa and America bring tributes.
Guildhall. Interior scene showing Gog and Magog, protectors of the City. “T.S. Boys” is carved a third of the way up the pillar on the left hand side.
The Banners of the City Companies from Fishmongers to Ironmongers.
Mansion House. Elevation of the exterior and west side. With the Lord Mayor’s entourage in the foreground.
Trinity House, Headquarters of the General Lighthouse Authority.
St Martin’s Le Grand. View of the Post Office Savings Bank.
St. Katherine’s Docks. Interior scene in one of the warehouses handling Indigo. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.