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Mary to the see of Durbam..New Exchange. . Adel.
sel House and Bedford House. . Beaufort Buildings.
.. Grand Passage of Arms. . Entrance into the City
removal to the present Blackfriars. .Site their
old house, granted to Henry Lacy, Earl of Lincoln
...Demesne of the Bishop of Chichester. . Lincoln's
Ion., The Hall..Gate House..Chapel..Searle's
Court, or Lincoln's Inn New Square. .Stone Build-
ings.. Library.. Six Clerks' Office..Gardens.
Clerkenwell Close-Cromwell Place
Reputed residence of Oliver Cromwell..Occupied by
the noted Justice Blackborough..Cromwell Place.
Salters' Company and Hall
Incorporation of the Company.,Government..Salters'
Hall..Oxford Place.. The New Hall.. Election
Hall.. Waiting Room..Curious record of Ancient
LIST OF PLATES IN VOL. II.
London, in 1657.. To fuce the Title Page.
Ditto, Western or Street Front
Palace of Whitehall in Charles the Second's reign, anno
1680 Whitehall, &c. from St. James's Park, about 1720
56* Merchant Tailors' Hall
76 V Westminster Abbey, Chapel of St. Edward the Confessor 91 v Fishmongers' Hall, in June 1827
121 Vintners' Hall
130 y Remains of Sir Paul Pindar's Mansion, Bishopsgate Street, 1806.
134 V Lodge of Sir Paul Pindar, about 1760
137 v Clothworkers' Hall
140 V Christ Church Hospital, in 1720.
145 Christ's Hospital, within the Cloisters, 1800
154 V Bridewell Hospital, in 1720
165 V Temple Bar, from Butcher Row, 1800, looking east 171 V Church of St. Mary Overie, or St. Saviour, Southwark, about 1660.
181 Council Chamber of King Henry VIII.
191 v The Charter-House, about 1720
198 Durkam House, Salisbury House, Worcester House, about
230 Old London Bridge, in 1825
230 v Tower of London, in Henry the Sixth's reign
272 V Suffolk House, about 1630
274 y Scotland Yard ,
277 The Font in St. James's Churcb, Piccadilly
280 * Lincoln's Inn, about 1720
283 Buildings in Clerkenwell Close, in 1791
287 V Salters' Hall
288 Dean Colet's House, Stepney
297 VSt. James's Palace
ENTERTAINMENT OF CHRISTIAN IV. Christian the Fourth, King of Denmark, came to England on the 17th of July, 1606, on a visit to the Queen, Anne of Denmark, his sister ; and he continued in this country till the 11th of the following month. During his residence here, he was treated with extraordinary magnificence and revelling. His entry into London was graced by the citizens with a similar display of pageantry as had been customary at the coronation of their own sovereigns. Both James and Christian rode through the city in grand procession, preceded by the Lord Mayor, bearing a golden sceptre, and followed by a most splendid train of British and Danish nobility. “Upon the Great Fountain, in Cheapside," Stow says, “was erected the Bower of the Muses ; and near the Pageant, by the Goldsmith's-row, where sat the great elders of the