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CHAPTER XXI.

ST. PAUL'S (continued).

The Rebuilding of St. Paul's-Ill Treatment of its Architect-Cost of the Present Fabric-Royal Visitors-The First Grave in St. Paul's-

Monuments in St. Paul's—Nelson's Funeral-Military Heroes in St. Paul's - The Duke of Wellington's Funeral-Other Great Men in

St. Paul's Proposal for the Completion and Decoration of the Building-Dimensions of St. Paul's-Plan of Construction–The Dome,
Ball, and Cross-Mr. Horner and his Observatory-Two Narrow Escapes-Sir James Thornhill--Peregrine Falcons on St. Paul's--
Nooks and Corners of the Cathedral—The Library, Model Room, and Clock-The Great Bell-A Lucky Error-Curious Story of a
Monomaniac— The Poets and the Cathedral— The Festivals of the Charity Schools and of the Sons of the Clergy

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CHAPTER XXXIII.

GUILDHALL.

The Original Guildhall-A fearful Civic Spectacle, The Value of Land increased by the Great Fire-Guildhall as it was and is --The Statues

over the South Porch-Dance's Disfigurements—The Renovation in 1864—The Crypt-Gog and Magog-Shopkeepers in Guildhall-

The Cenotaphs in Guildhall — The Court of Aldermen - The City Courts--- The Chamberlain's Office - Pictures in the Guildhall-Sir

Robert Porter - The Common Council Room-Pictures and Statues-Guildhall Chapel — The New Library and Museum-Some Rare

Books-Historical Events in Guildhall-Chaucer in Trouble-Buckingham at Guildhall-Anne Askew's Trial and Death - Surrey

Throckmorton--Garnet-A Grand Banquet

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CHAPTER XXXIV.

THE LORD MAYORS OF LONDON.

The First Mayor of London-Portrait of him-Presentation to the King -- An Outspoken Mayor-Sir N. Farindon-Sir William Walworth

-Origin of the prefix “Lord"-Sir Richard Whittington and his Liberality-Institutions founded by him-Sir Simon Eyre and his

Table—A Musical Lord Mayor-Henry VIII, and Gresham-Loyalty of the Lord Mayor and Citizens to Queen Mary--Osborne's

Leap into the Thames-Sir W. Craven-Brass Crosby-His Committal to the Tower-A Victory for the Citizens

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The Old Wooden Temple Bar

South-east View of London in 1550

Bridewell in 1666

Part of Modern London, showing the Ancient Wall

Plan of Roman London

Ancient Roman Pavement .

Part of Old London Wall, near Falcon Square

The Last of Temple Bar

Temple Bar, West Front, in 1710

The Room over Temple Bar

Titus Oates in the Pillory

Dr. Titus Oates.

Temple Bar and the “ Devil Tavern'

Temple Bar in Dr. Johnson's Time

Child's Banking House, Fleet Street

Mrs. Salmon's Wax-work, Fleet Street

St. Dunstan's Clock .

Hoare's Old Banking House

Old Houses in Fleet Street

St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street, after the Fire, 1824 .

Waithman's Shop

Alderman Waithman, from an Authentic Portrait

The Bolt in Tun, 1859
“The Trumpet," afterwards “Duke of York," Shire

Lane, and Elias Ashmole's House

Bishop Butler

Old Houses in Fetter Lane

Izaak Walton's House

Old Serjeants' Inn

Hazlitt

Clifford's Inn

Execution of Tomkins and Challoner .

Roasting the Rumps in Fleet Street (from an old Print)

Interior of the Moravian Chapel in Fetter Lane .

House said to have been occupied by Dryden in Fetter

Lane .

A Meeting of the Royal Society in Crane Court .

The Royal Society's House in Crane Court

Theodore E. Hook .

Old House in Bolt Court

Dr. Johnson's House in the Temple

Gough Square

Wine Office Court and the “ Cheshire Cheese"

Cogers' Hall

Oldbourne Hall, Shoe Lane

Bangor House, 1818 .

Old St. Dunstan's Church .

The Dorset Gardens Theatre, Whitefriars

Serjeants' Inn.

Plan of Fleet Street, the Temple, &c., 1563

Map of Fleet Street, the Temple, &c., 1720

A Knight Templar

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7 Interior of the Temple Church

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Tombs of Knights Templars

13 The Temple in 1671 .

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15 The Old Hall of the Inner Temple

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18 Antiquities of the Temple .

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19 Oliver Goldsmith

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24 Goldsmith's Tomb in 1860.

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25 The Temple Fountain, from an Old Print

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30 Part of the Inner Temple, 1880.

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31 | Sun-dial in the Temple

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36 The Temple Stairs, 1680

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37 Yard of the Black Lion, Whitefriars

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42 Bridewell, as Rebuilt after the Fire, from an Old Print 187

43 New Bridge Street in 1755

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48 Interior of the Duke's Theatre

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49 Baynard's Castle, from a View published in 1790 198

54 Falling-in of the Chapel at Blackfriars

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55 Richard Burbage, from an Original Portrait

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60 Laying the Foundation-stone of Blackfriars Bridge 205

61 Printing House Square and the “Times" Office .

66 Blackfriars Old Bridge during its Construction, 1775 211

67 The College of Physicians, Warwick Lane .

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Outer Court of La Belle Sauvage in 1828 .

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72 Inner Court of the Belle Sauvage

73 The North Side of Ludgate Hill

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78 Old Lud Gate, from a Print published about 1750 226

79 Ruins of Barbican on Ludgate Hill

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84 Interior of Stationers' Hall

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85 | Old St. Paul's, from a View.by Hollar

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90 Old St. Paul's—the Interior, looking East

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91 The Church of St. Faith, the Crypt of Old St. Paul's. 240

96 St. Paul's after the Fall of the Spire.

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97 The Chapter House of Old St. Paul's

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St. Paul's from the South-west, 1800 .

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The Rebuilding of St. Paul's

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103 The Choir of St. Paul's, 1754

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108 The Scaffolding and Observatory on St. Paul's in 1848 258

109 St. Paul's and the Neighbourhood in 1540 .

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114 The Library of St. Paul's .

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115 The “Face in the Straw," 1613.

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St. Paul's Churchyard in 1820

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Old St. Paul's School

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126 Richard Tarleton, the Actor

127 Dolly's Coffee House

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132 | The Figure in Panier Alley

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133 The Church of St. Michael ad Bladum

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138 | The Prerogative Office, Doctors' Commons, 1860 288

139 | St. Paul's and Neighbourhood, from Aggas's Plan, 1563 289

144 Heralds' College (from an Old Print).

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145 The Last Heraldic Court (from an Old Picture). 295

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