"London" Article - Table of Contents
A. INTRODUCTION. SITE OF LONDON.
Part 1. London - Introduction. Geology. Surface.
B. GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
Part 2. Administrative History.
Part 3. Government of the City. City Guilds. Special Prerogatives of the City Corporation. City Accounts. Corporation Buildings.
Part 4. Metropolitan Board. Vestries. Other Administrative Authorities.
C. GROWTH AND POPULATION
Part 5. Growth. Nationalities. Tables of Population.
D. STREETS, BRIDGES, ETC.
Part 6. Streets. Street Improvements.
Part 7. Thames Embankment. Bridges.
Part 8. Maintenance of Streets. Conveyances. Postal Districts.
E. OPEN SPACES
Part 9. Royal Parks. Other Parks. Public Commons.
F. WATER SUPPLY
Part 10. Water Supply. Problem of Future Supply. Water Companies.
Part 11. Old Methods of Lighting. Gas Companies.
H. FIRE EXTINCTION (FIRE BRIGADES)
Part 12. Protection from Fire.
I. SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS
Part 13. Early Sanitary Regulations. Commission of Sewers. Metropolitan Board. Thames Conservancy. Street Sanitation. Cemeteries.
Part 14. Climate. Smoke and Fogs. Death Rate and Birth Rate. Marriage Rate.
K. MARKETS AND FOOD SUPPLY
Part 15. Provision Markets. Old Smithfield Market. Central Meat Market. Leadenhall Market. Billingsgate. Covent Garden. Tattersall's. Costermongers.
L. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
Part 16. Growth of London Commerce. Present Trade.
Part 17. Foreign and Colonial Trade. Coasting Trade. Registered Shipping. Exports and Imports.
Part 18. Docks. Warehouses. Custom-house. Trinity House.
Part 19. The City. Exchanges. The Mint. Banking.
Part 20. Brewing. Miscellaneous Industries.
Part 21. Poor-Law Unions. Charities.
Part 22. Crime. Police. Prisons.
Part 23. Elementary Schools. Grammar Schools. Higher Education.
Part 24. Medical Schools. Other Scientific Schools.
Part 25. Scientific Societies. Scientific Museums.
Part 26. Drama (Theatres).
Part 27. Music Performances. Concert Rooms. Music Instruction.
S. PAINTING, SCULPTURE AND APPLIED ARTS
Part 28. Art Galleries. British Museum. South Kensington Museum. Other Museums.
Part 29. Clubs.
U. ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDINGS
Part 30. Churches. St Paul's Cathedral. Westminster Abbey. Conventual Churches in the Time of Fitzstephen. Other Old Churches. Wren's Churches. Later Churches. Other Churches and Chapels. Lambeth Palace.
V. ROYAL PALACES AND GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
Part 31. Palace of Westminster. Whitehall. St James's Palace. Buckingham Palace. The Tower. Houses of Parliament. Government Offices. Law Courts.
W. MEMORIALS AND STATUES
Part 32. Monuments. Statues.
Part 33. London History - British and Roman Period (to 449 A.D.).
Part 34. London History (cont.) - Saxon Period (449-1066).
Part 35. London History (cont.) - Norman Period (1066-1154).
Part 36. London History (cont.) - Plantagenet Period (1154-1485).
Part 37. London History (cont.) - Tudor Period (1485-1603).
Part 38. London History (cont.) - Stuart Period (1603-1714).
Part 39. London History (cont.) - Eighteenth Century.
Part 40. London History (cont.) - Nineteenth Century.
Y. FURTHER READING
Part 41. Further Reading on London.
The above article was written by the following authors:
T. F. Henderson, member of the editorial staff of the Ninth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Henry Benjamin Wheatley; Asst.-Secretary, Society of Arts, Assistant-Sec., British Royal Commission, Section of Chicago Exhibition, 1893; Hon. Sec., Early English Text Society, 1864-72; Treasurer, 1872-1902; author of Anagrams, Round about Piccadilly and Pall Mall, What is an Index?, Samuel Pepys and the World He Lived In, How To Form a Library, Prices of Books, Pepysiana, etc.
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