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 Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792 to 1864) was a water color artist well known for his architectural works. Son of an architectural draughtsman, Shepherd was employed to illustrate architecture in London, and later Edinburgh, Bath and Bristol. His paintings were the basis for steel engravings in many books.

Shepherd's work, mostly topographical, is characterized by an attention to detail, along with lifelike scenes that contained people, carriages and horses. His first acclaim came with Metropolitan improvements, a publication of modern London architecture commissioned by Jones & Co. He worked mostly for Frederick Crace, who employed him to paint old London buildings prior to their demolition, with much of the work surviving in the Crace collection at the British Museum

Partial bibliography

1.Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century: being a Series of Views, of the new and most interesting objects, in the British Metropolis and its Vicinity: from Original Drawings by Mr. Thos H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations, by James Elmes, M.R.I.A. (vignette) Sussex Place, Regent's Park. Drawn by Thos H. Shepherd. Engraved by W. Wallis. Published May 5, 1827 by Jones & Co, 3 Acton Place, Kingsland Road. 75 x 110 220 x 145mm.

2.Modern Athens! Displayed in A Series of Views: Or Edinburgh In The Nineteenth Century: Exhibiting The Whole of The New Buildings, Modern Improvements. Antiquities & Picturesque Scenery, Scottish Metropolis & Its Environs. Published Jones & Co, London, 1829. First edition 88 pages in text. 28 x 22 cm. Engraved title and 100 plates on 47 leaves with tissue guards.

3.London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century, illustrated by a Series of Views from Original Drawings, by Thomas H. Shepherd. With Historical, Topographical, and Critical Notices [by J. Elmes]. Series the first, comprising the earlier Edifices, Antiquities, &c.Published by Jones & Co., Nov. 1, 1829., 1829. 4to, engraved title with a vignette of Temple Bar, from the Strand, 79 pages of engraved plates with 180 engravings

4.Bath And Bristol, With The Counties Of Somerset And Gloucester, Displayed In A Series Of Views; Including The Modern Improvements, Picturesque Scenery, Antiquities, &c. Jones & Co, London, 1829. First edition 55 pages in text. 28 x 22 cm. Engraved title and 48 plates on 24 leaves with tissue guards.

5.London Interiors, 1841



SHEPHERD AND ELMES "METROPOLITAN IMPROVEMENTS" (1827 to30)

 

Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century: being a Series of Views, of the new and most interesting objects, in the British Metropolis and its Vicinity: from Original Drawings by Mr. Thos H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations, by James Elmes, M.R.I.A. (vignette) Sussex Place, Regent's Park. Drawn by Thos H. Shepherd. Engraved by W. Wallis. Published May 5, 1827 by Jones & Co, 3 Acton Place, Kingsland Road. 75 x 110 220 x 145mm.

154 Uncoloured steel-engravings from drawings by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd and the accompanying text by Elmes. The series is dominated by Regent's Park, Regent Street and the Regent's Canal, with 32 plates devoted to the first. 32 Plates are of churches and chapels.

Title Plate

1. London. Wm. Wallis. Published March 31, 1827

2. Bank of England. Wm. Tombleson. Published March 31, 1827

3. The Coliseum, Regent's Park. H. Wallis Published April 21, 1827 NW

4. York Gate, Regent's Park & Mary-le-Bone Church. H. Wallis Published April 21, 1827 NW

5. East Gate, Regent's Park. T. Barber. Published March 31, 1827 NW

6. Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park. T. Barber. Published March 31, 1827 NW

7. All Soul's Church, Langham Place. Jas. Tingle. Published March 31, 1827

8. St Pancras Church, West Front. Jas. Tingle. Published May 5, 1827

9. Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park. W. Wallis. Published May 5, 1827 NW

10. Villa in the Regent's Park. The residence of G.B. Greenhough. W. Wallis. Published May 5, 1827 NW

11. Regent's Quadrant. Thos. Dale. Published June 16, 1827 W

12. Macclesfield Bridge, Regent's Park. R. Acon. Published June 16, 1827 NW

13. Southwark Bridge, from Bankside. W. Wallis. Published July 28, 1827 SE

14. Waterloo Bridge. W. Wallis. Published July 28, 1827 SE

15. Statue of Achilles. In Hyde Park. S. Freeman. Published July 7, 1827

16. Entrance to the Kings Palace. Hyde Park Corner. J. Cleghorn. Published July 7, 1827

17. Hanover Lodge, Regent's Park. W. Tombleson. Published Aug.10, 1827 NW

18.Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. W. Deeble. Published Aug.10, 1827 NW

19. College of the Church Missionary Society, Islington. T. Dale. Published July 28, 1827 N

20. Highbury College, South West Front. T. Dale. Published July 28, 1827 N

21. St. Philip's Chapel, Regent Street. Jas. Tingle. Published Sept.8, 1827 W

22. St George's Chapel, Regent Street. Jas. Tingle. Published Sept. 8, 1827 W

23. . The Limehouse Dock, Regent's Canal. F.J. Havell. Published Aug.25, 1827 N

24. The Double Lock, & East Entrance to the Islington Tunnel, Regent's Canal. F.J. Havell. Published Aug.25, 1827 N

25.The Holme, Regent's Park. The residence of James Burton. J. Henshall. Published Sept.15, 1827 NW

26. Ulster Terrace, Regent's Park. J. Henshall. Published Sept. 15, 1827 NW

27. Chapel of Ease, West Hackney. W. Bond. Published Sept. 22, 1827

28. St John's, Hoxton. W. Bond. Published Sept. 22, 1827 N

29. Part of the East Side of Regent Street. Wm. Wallis. Published Sept.10, 1827

30. United Service Military Club House, Haymarket Theatre & Part of the Opera colonade, from Regent Street. Wm. Wallis. Published Sep.10, 1827 EC1

31. Villa in Regent's Park, the residence of John Maberly. T. Barber. Published May 5, 1827 NW

32. York Terrace, Regent's Park. T. Barber. Published July 21, 1827 NW

33. St. Paul's School. Wm. Deeble. Published Sept.29, 1827

34. The London Institution, Finsbury Circus. Wm. Deeble. Published Sep.29, 1827 EC2

35. Chapel of Ease, to Marylebone, Stafford St. New Road. Thos. Dale. Published Octr. 13, 1827 E

36. St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, Pimlico. Thos. Dale. Published Octr. 13, 1827

37. The New Bridge, over the Serpentine, Hyde Park. M.S. Barenger. Published Dec. 1, 1827

38. Richmond Terrace, Whitehall. M.S. Barenger. Published Dec. 1, 1827 SW

39. New Church, Somers Town. W. Deeble. Published Dec. 1, 1827

40. New Church, Haggerstone. W. Deeble. Published Dec. 1, 1827 E

41.The Royal Hospital of St Katherine, Regent's Park. W. Tombleson. Published Dec. 8, 1827 NW

42. Residence of Genl. Sir Herbert Taylor, Bart. Regent's Park Master of St. Katherine's. W. Tombleson. Published Dec. 8, 1827 NW

43. (along upper edge) Plan of the Regent's Park. J. Cleghorn. Published July 28, 1827 NW

44. Villa in the Regent's Park, the residence of the Marquis of Hertford. Jas. Tingle. Published Dec.15, 1827 NW

45. Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park. Jas. Tingle. Published Dec.15, 1827 NW

46.The Catholic Church, Finsbury. Thos. Barber. Published Dec.15, 1827 EC2

47. Finsbury Chapel. Thos. Barber. Published Dec.15, 1827 EC2

48. Buildings on the East Side of Regent Street. R. Acon. Published Jan. 5, 1828 NW

49. Cambridge Terrace and the Coliseum Regent's Park. R. Acon. Published Jan. 5, 1828 NW

50. Haberdasher's Alms Houses, Hoxton. John Ralph. Published Jan.12, 1828  N

51. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. John Ralph. Published Jan. 12, 1828 WC

52. York House, St James's Park. Robt. Wallis. Published Feb. 9, 1828 SW

53. Regent Street from the Circus Piccadilly. Previous to taking down Carlton Palace. Robt. Wallis. Published Feb. 9, 1828

54. St. Luke's Church, Chelsea. S. Lacey. Published Jan.31, 1828 SW

55. St Mark the Evangelist, Pentonville. S. Lacey. Published Jan. 31, 1828

56. Lord Grosvenor's Gallery, Park Lane. W. Deeble. Published Feb. 9, 1828 W

57. The Royal College of Surgeons, Lincolns Inn Fields. W. Deeble. Published Feb. 9, 1828

58. City Basin, Regent's Canal. F.J. Havell. Published Jany. 26, 1828

59. Entrance to the Regent's Canal, Limehouse. F.J. Havell. Published Jan.26, 1828

60. Waterloo Place, & Part of Regent Street. W. Tombleson. Published March 1, 1828

61. Regent Street, from the Quadrant. W. Tombleson. Published March 1, 1828

62. The Quadrant, and Part of Regent Street. Wm. Wallis. Published Feby.16, 1828

63. Harmonic Institution, Regent Street. Wm. Wallis. Published Feby. 16, 1828

64.The New Treasury, Whitehall. M. Fox. Published Feby. 23, 1828

65. Italian Opera House, Haymarket. From Pall Mall East. M. Fox. Published Feby. 23, 1828 SW

66. Whittington's Alms Houses, Highgate. T. Dale. Published March 31, 1827 NW

67. Brewer's Alms Houses, Mile End. Robt. Tingle. Published Jany. 1, 1828 E

68. An Island on the Lake & Part of Cornwall & Clarence Terrace Regent's Park. W. Tombleson. Published April 12, 1828

69. The Coliseum and Part of the Lake Regent's Park. W. Tombleson. Published April 12, 1828 NW

70. Surry Theatre, Blackfriars Road. Thos. Dale. Published Feby. 16, 1828

71. Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Thos. Dale. Published Feby. 16, 1828

72. The New College of Physicians, Pall Mall East. Thos. Barber. Published April 26 1828 SW

73. Improvements, Charing Cross. Thos. Barber. Published April 26 1828

74. The New Church, Regent Square, Sidmouth Street. C. Westwood. Published April 12, 1828

75. The New Church, Camden Town. T. Dale. Published April 12, 1828

76. Furnivals Inn, Holborn. J. Henshall. Published May 17, 1828 EC1

77.New Government Mews, Princes' Street, Story's Gate, Westminster. J. Henshall. Published May 17, 1828 W

78. Junction of the Regent's Canal, at Paddington. S. Lacey. Published May 24, 1828

79. View in the Regent's Park, East Gate, a Villa and St. Katherine's Hospital. S. Lacey. Published May 24, 1828 NW

80. Asylum for Female Orphans, Westminster. A. McClatchy. Published June 7, 1828 SW

81. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. A. McClatchy. Published June 7, 1828 W

82. Trinity Church, New Road. W. Bond. Published May 10, 1828 E

83. St Mary's Church, Wyndham Place, & District Rectory to St. Mary-le-Bone. Archer. Published May 10, 1828

84. Salters-Hall. W. Wallis Published Aug. 2, 1828 EC2

85. The Guild-Hall. Robt. Acon. Published Aug. 2, 1828 EC2

86. South Villa, Regent's Park. J. Tingle. Published April 26 1828

87. Chester Terrace, Regent's Park. H. Melville. Published April 26, 1828

88. North & West Front of the Bank of England, from Lothbury. W. Wallis. Published Aug 9, 1828

89. East Front of the Bank of England, and New Tower of Royal Exchange, from St. Bartholomew Lane. W. Wallis. Published Aug. 9, 1828

90. St. Mary le-Bone Chapel, St John's Wood Road. W. Watkins. Published June 28, 1828

91. Doric Villa, Regent's Park. W. Watkins. Published June 28, 1828

92. Suspension Bridge, over the Thames at Hammersmith. T. Higham. Published Aug.16, 1826

93. New London Bridge, with the Lord Mayor's Procession passing under the unfinished arches, Novr. 9, 1827. T. Higham. Published Aug.16, 1828

94. Villa in the Regent's Park. W. Raddyffe. Published June 14, 1828 NW

95. St. Andrews Place, Regent's Park. W. Raddyffe. Published June 14, 1828 NW

96. The Guildhall, Westminster. M. Barrenger. Published Aug. 9, 1828 SW

97. New Buildings Pall-Mall East, and University Club House. M. Barrenger. Published Aug. 9, 1828  SW

98. New Church, Waterloo Road. J. Cleghorn. Published July 5, 1828

99. St. Barnabas, King Square. J. Cleghorn. Published July 5, 1828

100. The New Custom House, from Billingsgate. W. Tombleson. Published Aug.30, 1828 EC3

101. The New Post Office, St. Martins le-Grand. W. Tombleson. Published Aug 30, 1828 W

102. New Church, Stepney. W. Deeble. Published June 21, 1828 E

103. The New Hall, Christ's Hospital. W. Deeble. Published June 21, 1828 W

104. Grand Entrance to Hyde Park, Piccadilly. W. Wallis. Published Sep.29, 1828

105. One of the New Lodges, Hyde Park. W. Wallis. Published Sep.29, 1828

106. North West view of the London Horse & Carriage Repository, Gray's Inn Road. W. Deeble. Published Oct. 1, 1828

107. South East view of the London Horse & Carriage Repository, Gray's Inn Road. W. Deeble. Published Oct. 1, 1828 WC

108. The London University . W. Wallis. Published Nov 15, 1828 WC

109. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square. W. Wallis. Published Nov.15, 1828 EC2

110. Crockford's Club House, St James's Street. Wm. Tombleson. Oct.25, 1828. 87 x 147mm.

111. Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly. Wm. Tombleson. Published Oct.25, 1828

112.The New Corn Exchange, Mark Lane. J. Henshall. Published Nov. 1, 1828

113. The Custom House, from Thames Street. J. Henshall. Published Nov. 1, 1828 EC2

114. St Paul's Church, Ball's Pond. J.F. Havell. Published Aug. 16, 1828

115. The Unitarian Chapel, Finsbury. J.F. Havell. Published Aug.16, 1828 EC2

116. North East Side of Belgrave Square, Pimlico. S. Lacy. Published Nov. 15, 1828

117. Belgrave Chapel, and West side of Belgrave Square. S. Lacy. Published Nov.15, 1828

118. The Temple Church, as restored. J. Carter. Published Aug. 16, 1828

119. The Russell Institution, Great Coram Street. J. Carter.Aug.16, 1828. 84 x 147mm WC

120. The New Caledonian Asylum. T. Barber. Published Nov. 22, 1828 N

121. Albion Chapel, Moorgate. T. Barber. Published Nov.22, 1828 EC2

122. Part of West Side of Regent Street. W. Watkins. Published Dec.21, 1828 W

123. Part of West Side of Regent Street. Continued. W. Watkins. Published Dec.21, 1828 W

124. The New Opening to St. Martin's Church. From Pall Mall East. H.W. Bond. 90 x 147mm.

125. Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East. H.W. Bond. Published Jan. 10, 1829

126. West Side of Langham Place. S. Owen. Published Sept.29, 1828

127. Part of East Side of Regent Street. W. Wallis. Published Sept. 29, 1828 W

128. Royal Exchange, Cornhill. 1. Tingle. Published Jan. 17, 1829

129. St. Bride's Avenue, Fleet Street. J. Tingle. Published Jan. 17, 1829. 143 x 90mm. EC4

130. Park Village East, Regent's Park. W. Radcliff. 90 x 153mm. No publication-line (canal) NW

131. Park Village East, Regent's Park. W. Radcliff. Published Jan.17, 1829 by Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London.NW

132. The Parliament House, from Old Palace Yard. Westminster. W. Deeble. 90 x 153mm. No publication-line. SW

133. The King's Entrance to the House of Lords. from Poets Corner. W. Deeble. Published Feb.21, 1829

134. Royal York Baths, Regent's Park. W.R. Smith. Published April 5, 1828 by Jones & Co. 3, Acton Place, Kingsland Road, London. 87 x 145m, NW

135. Sussex Place, Regent's Park. W.R. Smith. Published April 5, 1828 NW

136. London Ophthalmic Infirmary &c. Finsbury. R. Acon. 90 x 147mm. No publication-line EC2

137.Asylum for the Indigent Blind, Westminster Road. R. Acon. Published March 28, 1829 SE

138. Part of East Side, Regent Street. M. Barrenger. 90 x 147mm. No publication-line W

139. Part of West Side of Regent Street. M. Barrenger. Published Feb. 28, 1829 W

140. West Gate, Regent's Park. W. WaIlis. 90 x 143mm. No publication-line. NW

141. The Centre of Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park. W. Wallis. Published April 18, 1829 NW

142. Trinity Church, Cloudesley Square. J.F. Havel. 93 x 147mm. No publication-line

143. New National Scotch Church, Sidmouth St. Grays Inn Road. W. Watkins. Published April 25, 1829 WC

144. East Side of Park Crescent. J. Redaway. 90 x 143mm. No publication-line SW

145. East Side of Park Square, and Diorama, Regent's Park. W. Watkins. Published June 6, 1829 NW

146. Licensed Victuallers School, Kennington. H.W. Bond. Published March 15, 1828 SE

147. London Orphan Asylum, Clapton. H.W. Bond. Published March 15, 1828 E

148. The New Shot Mill, near Waterloo Bridge. J. Hinchcliff. 92 x 147mm. No publication-line.

149. Vauxhall Bridge, from Millbank. James B. Allen. Jones & Co London, July 25, 1829. 100 x 155mm.

150. New Bethlem Hospital, St George's Fields. J. Tingle. 85 x 145mm. No publication-line S

151. Penitentiary, Millbank, Westminster. J. Tingle. Published July 11, 1829 SW

152. Albany Cottage, Regent's Park. W. Tombleson. 90 x 147mm. No publication-line. NW

153. Apsley House, Hyde Park Corner. T. Barber. Published Sept.26, 1829

154. Gas Works, Near the Regent's Canal. A. McClatchie. Published Dec.14, 1828

155. Buildings, Highfield, Camden Road. A. McClatchie. Published Nov. 1, 1829 NW

156. The N.W. Façade of the New Covent Garden Market. W. Watkins. 90 x 147mm. No publication line

157. The Auction Mart EC1

158. St John's Church, Holloway. 100 x 150mm. No publication-line

159. The New Library, and Parliament Chambers, TempIe. J. Hinchcliff. Published Nov.28, 1829


3.London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century, illustrated by a Series of Views from Original Drawings, by Thomas H. Shepherd. With Historical, Topographical, and Critical Notices (by J. Elmes). Series the first, comprising the earlier Edifices, Antiquities, &c.Published by Jones & Co., Nov. 1, 1829., 1829. 4to, engraved title with a vignette of Temple Bar, from the Strand, 79 pages of engraved plates with 180 engravings  Engraved by W. Wallis, J.Tingle, Hinchliff etc  75 x 110 220 x 145mm. The scarcer volume also lists a number of Churches/chapels

Aldgate,

Admiralty, Parliament Street, Albany,

Piccadilly,

Apothecaries' Hall, Pilt;Tim Street,
EC4

Atheneum, New, Waterloo Place,
W

Arthur's Club House, St James St
SW

Banqueting' House, Whitehall,  .
SW

Buckingham Water Gate, Strand, . .
WC2

British Museum, Great Russell Street, .

Barber Surgeons' Hall, Monkwell Street, .
EC2 +Fishmongers' Hall, Thames Street, EC2

Broad Street, Bioomsbury,

Barnard's Inn Hall, . .

Boar's Head, Great East Cheap,

Bloomsbury Square, and Statue of Fox,

Bull and Mouth, (Old) St. Martin's le Grand,

Brewers' Hall, Addle Street,
EC4

Bartholomew's, St., Hospital,

Burlington House, Piccadilly,  .
SW

Charles Ist's Porter and Dwarf, Newgate Street,

Carpenters' Hall, London Wall, . .
EC2

Cheapside, Poultry, and Bucklersburv,

Cloth Workers' Hall, Mincing Lane, .
EC3

Cordwainers' Hall, Distaff Lane,  .EC4

Cannonbury Tower, Islington,  ..N + St Mary's Islington

Cornhill and Lombard Street,

Clifford's Inn Hall, Fleet Street,
EC4

Coal Exchange, Thames Street, EC2

Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate Street, EC2

Compter, Giltspur Street, .

Coopers' Hall, Basinghall Street, 
EC2

Christ's Hospital, Newgate Street,

Carlton House Terrace, .
SW

Charter House,  .

Drapers' Hall, Throgmorton Street,
EC2

Dyers' Hall, College Street, WC

East India House, Leadenhall Street,EC3

Exeter 'Change, Strand,

Excise Office, Broad Street,
EC2

Fleet Market,

Fleet Street,

Fore Street and Cripplegate,

Farringdon Street and Fleet Prison,

Foundling Hospital, Guildford Street,

Guy, Earl of Warwick, Warwick Lane,

Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, .
EC2

Gray's Inn Hall, Chapel, and Library,

Girdlers' Hall, Basinghall Street,

Grocers' Hall, Poultry,
EC2

Guy's Hospital, Borough, .

Horse Guards, Parliainent Street,  .

Hungerford Market, .Strand, .

Heralds' College, Bennet's Hill, .
EC4

Haberdashers' Hall, Maiden Lane,. .

Holborn Bridge, .

House of Correction, Cold-bath-fields,

Innholders' Hall, College, Street, .

Ironmongers' Hall, Fenchurch Street, .
EC2

James' St., Palace, Pall Mall,

John's, St., Gate, Clerkenwell, .

Jonson's (]en) Head, Devereux Court,

King's Mews, Charing Cross,

King's  Weigh House, Little East Cheap,
EC1

King's  Bench Prison,  .

Katharine's, St., Docks, Tower,

London Stone, Cannon Street,  .

London Stone, Cannon Street,

London Bridge, Old,

London  BridgeNew,

London Docks,

Lying-Inn Hospital, City Road,

Lndgate Hill, .

Lincoln's Inn Hall, Chapel, &c.,

Lyon's Inn Hall,

Lunatic Hospital, St. Lukes,  .

Lock Hospital, Hyde Park Corner,

Mansion House,

Mint, Tower Hill,

Middle Row, Holborn,

Merchant Taylors' Hall, Threadneedle Street,
EC2

School, Suffolk Lane,

Middlesex Hospital,

Monument, Fish Street Hill,

Military Asylum, Chelsea,

Melbourne House, Whitehall,

Northumberland House, Charing Cross,.

Newgate, Old Bailey,

Olympic Theatre, Wych Street,

Pindar, Sir Paul, Bishopsgate Street,
EC2 + Mercers' Hall, Chcapside, EC2

Piccadilly,

Physicians' College, Warwick Lane,
EC4 + Whittington's College, College Hill. EC4

Painter Stainers' Hall, Little Trinity Lane,

Pantheon, Oxford Street .

Queen's Head, OM, Islington, .

Russell Square, and Statue of Duke of Bedford, WC

Somerset House, Strand,

^ Interior Quadrangle, ibid.

South Sea House, Threadneedle Street,
,EC2

Skinners' Hall, Dowgate Hill,  EC4

Stationers' Hall, Ludgate Street,EC4

Smithfield Market,  .

Sadlers' Hall, Cheapside,

Serjeants' Inn Hall, Chancery Lane, .
WC

Staple's Inn Hall, Holborn,

Shaftesbury House, Aldersgate Street,

Sessions' House, Clerkenwell,

Spencer House, Green Park.

Somerset House, Strand, .
WC

Somerset House Interior Quadrangle,WC

South Sea House, Threadneedle Street,  .

Skinners' Hall, Dowgate Hill, .

Stationers' Hall, Ludgate Street, .

Smithfield Market, Sadlers' Hall, Cheapside, . .

Serjeants' Inn Hall, Chancery Lane,

Staple's Inn Hall, Holborn,  .
WC

Shaftesbury House, Aldersgate Street,

Sessions' House, Clerkenwell,

Spencer House, Green Park,

Stock Exchange, Capel Court,

Sadler's Wells Theatre, Islington, .

Temple Bar, Strand, (See Vignette),

Trinity House, Tower Hill,
EC3

Town Hall, Borough,SE

Tower of London,

Tower of London, Another View,

Temple, Middle, Hall,

Talb0t Inn, Borough,
SE

Thomas's, St. Hospital, Borough,

Tablet, &c., in Pannier Alley,

United Service Club House, New,
EC1

Vintners' Hall, Upper Thames Street, EC2

White Hart, Old, Bishopsgate Street,

Waterman's Hall, St. Mary's Hill,

Winchester House, Winchester Street,
EC2

Westminster Hall,  SW

CHURCH’S CHAPELS.
Allhallows, Bread Street,

Mark Lane,

London Wall,

Upper Thames Street,

Antholin, St. Watling Street,

Anne's, St. Soho,

Austin, St., Watling Street,

Bartholomew the Great, St., West Smithfield,

Bennet, St. Fink, Threadneedle Street,

Botolph, St. Bishopsgate,

Catherine Cree, Leadenhall Street,

Christ Church, Spitalfields, 
E + St. Dunstan's in the East, E

Newgate Street,

Blackfriars,

Chelsea Old Church,

Clement Danes, St., Strand,

St., Clements Lane,

Dionis, St. Backchurch, Fenchurch Street,
 
Dunstan, St. in the West, Fleet Street,

Edmund, St. the King, Lombard Street,

George's, St., Hanover Square,

Bloomsbury,

Giles, St., Cripplegate,

James, St., Clerkenwell,

Garlick Hill,

— Piccadilly,

John, St. the Baptist, Savoy,

Westminster,

Lawrence, St., King Street,

Leonard, St., Shoreditch,

'Cuke, St., Chelsea,

Islington,

Aldermary, .

Aldermanbury Lambeth, .

 — le-Bow, Cheapsidc,

 Whitechapel,

Magdalen, Old Fish Street,

at Hill, Thames Street,

Somerset, Up. ThamesStreet,

Martin, St. Orgar, Cannon Street,

' Outwicli, Bishopsgate Street,

Margaret, St. Pattens,

Michael, St., Cornhill,

Michael, St., Crooked Lane,

St Michael, Queen Hythe,
S

Mildred, St., Poultry, . EC2

Bread Street, .

Nicholas, St. Cole Abbey, Fish Street,

North Audley Street, New Cluirfli,  .

Olave, St. Jewry, Old Jewry,  .
S

 Tooley Street,. .

Paul's, St. Cathedral,

Covent Garden, .

Peter, St.^le Poor, Broad Street,.

Queen Street, Little, New Church,  .

Saffron Hill, New Church, . .

Sepulchre, St., Skinner Street, .

Sloane Street, New Church,

Stephen, St., Walbrook,  .
EC4 + Mary, St. Woolnoth, Lombard Street, EC4

Swithin, St., London Stone,

Westminster Abbey, and St. Margaret'sChurch,

Westminster Abbey, Another View of

 



Modern Athens! Displayed in A Series of Views: Or Edinburgh In The Nineteenth Century: Exhibiting The Whole of The New Buildings, Modern Improvements. Antiquities & Picturesque Scenery, Scottish Metropolis & Its Environs
(London 1829. .1831) 101 engravings after TH Shepherd

ARGYLESHIRE:Mingarry Castle

ARGYLSHIRE: Dunolly Castle Nr OBAN

Abbotsford, the Seat of Sir Walter Scott

Ainslie Place

Assembly Rooms George Street

Bank of Scotland

Ben-Lomond from Dumbarton

Bridewell, East end of and Jail Governor's House

Canongate Church

Canongate, the, looking West

Cowgate looking east

Catholic Chapel, from Picardy Place

Craigmillar Castle

New County Hall, and Advocate's Library

The Castle from the Mound, Edinburgh

Curious Rocks nr Edinburgh called "SAMPSON'S RIBS"

East Side of St Andrew's Square

Edinburgh Castle, Interior Quadrangle of

Edinburgh, from Craigleith

Edinburgh, from the Calton Hill

Exchange Buildings Leith

Excise Office, Drummond Place

George Street St Andrew's Church & Ld Melvilles's Monument Gillespie's Hospital Edinburgh,

Grey Friar's Church

Heriot's Hospital from the Castle Hill

High School, the New and Calton Hill, from the Church Yard

Holyrood Palace, interior quadrangle of

The Huntarian Museum, Glasgow

Interior of the Advocate's Library

Jail, Governor's House

John Knox's House, High Street

John Watson's Hospital

Lady Yester's Church

Leith, Custom House

Leith Harbour from the Pier

Loch Leven Castle, from Kinross

Linlithgow Palace

Melrose Abbey

Methodist Chapel Edinburgh

New Merchant Maiden Hospital Lauriston Lane

New Post Office Waterloo Place

New Tron Steeple High Street Edinburgh + Ld Melvilles's Monument St Andrew's Square Edinburgh ( 2 per page)

North West Angle of Moray Place

Nelson's Monumentm Calton Hill

North Bridge, Calton Hill, from the Bank of Scotland

The New Observatory, and Playfair's Monument, Calton Hill

Part of the Royal Circus Edinburgh

Part of the New Town From Ramsey Gardens

Part of the New Town FromThe North West

Part of the Old Town Edinburgh

Part of the Old Town from Princess Street

Physicians Hall George Street

'Queen Mary's Bower', An Arbour in Regent Murray's Garden

Regent Murray's House, in the Canongate

Regent Murray's House, Summer House in the Garden

Regent Murray's House, the Levee Room as seen from the Garden with the remarkable Thorn plant by Queen Mary

Register Office, Princes Street

Royal Bank, St Andrew's Square

Royal Exchange, High Street

Royal Institution, from Hanover Square

Royal Institution, or School of Arts

Ruins of St Anthony's Chapel

South Bridge FromThe Cowgate + High School Wynd. ( 2 per page)

St. Bernard's Well Water of Leith

St George's Chapel York Place

St George's Church, & West Side of Charlotte Square

St Stephen's Church, from Howe Street

St George's Church, from George Street, looking west

St Gile's Church, County Hall and Lawnmarket, High Street

St Gile's Church, looking west

St John's Chapel, St Cuthbert's Church and New Barracks

St Mary's Wynd, from the Pleasance

St Paul's Chapel, York Place

Stock Bridge Water of Leith

Surgeon's Square

The Castle From the Vennel Edinburgh

The Grass Market Looking West Edinburgh

Theatre Royal

The New Bridewell Salisbury Craigs and Arthur's Seat From Calton Hill

The New Edinburgh Academy

The Hermitage of Braid nr Edinburgh

The New Jail From Calton Hill

The New Town Hall Leith

The Parliament House Edinburgh

The Pentland Hills from Duddingstone Loch

The Regent Bridge + The Canongate Tolbooth ( 2 per page)

The Ruins of Holy-Rood Chapel

The Signal Tower Leith Harbour

The University South Bridge Street

Trades Maiden Hospital Edinburgh

Trinity College Church Edinburgh+ Chapel of Ease St. Cuthbert's Edinburgh ( 2 per page)

Vegetable and Fish Market From The 'Rainbow' Gallery

Waterloo Place The National & Nelson's Monumnets Calton Hill , Edinburgh.

West Bow, from the Lawn Market



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Stowe's Survey London


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Oxford..Almanack.


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William Daniell

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William Green / Ambleside.


James Malton

George Morland.
William Nicholson

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W H Bunbury

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George Cruickshank

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John Kay / Edinburgh

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