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The Admiralty Office

The Albany, Piccadilly.

Ancient buildings, Fleet Street.

Bank of England, Threadneedle Street. Also a water stained view, and also its New Three Percent Office, and a view of the courtyard

An ancient building on Bishopsgate Street

The British Museum Great Russell Street, also another view

Bullock’ Museum, Piccadilly

East Wing of Carlton House Terrace.

The Charterhouse, the old porch and the interior of the Great Hall. Also see the interior of the Great Hall, Charterhouse and Charterhouse Square as well the Pensioner's Hall.

The Coal Exchange in Thames Street

New Custom House

East India House, Leadenhall Street

Eton College

Excise Office, Broad Street.

Exeter Change, Strand.

Harmonic Institution, Regent Street

Herald's College, Bennet's Hill. See also an interior view

The King's Mews, Charing Cross.

The King's Weigh House

London's Walls (not quite a building, but ...)

The Mansion House and another view from the Bank, also a view of Egyptian Hall

The New Mint, with part of the Tower, and Tower Hill

The Old Bailey

Prerogative Will Office, Doctor's Commons

Royal Exchange and its Courtyard

The Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea - a school.

Sadler's Wells

St Paul's from the Thames, also a view of St Paul’s up Ludgate Hill

Sessions House, west side of Clerkenwell Green.

Shaftesbury House on the east side of Aldersgate Street. Sometimes called Thanet House.

South Sea House, north-east extremity of Threadneedle Street.

Stock Exchange, Capel Street

The Treasury and Horse Guards

Tower of London (and also see Marco the Lion in the Tower)

Town Hall, Borough High Street, Southwark.

Trinity House Tower Hill

View of an ancient crypt in St Martin’s Lane discovered in the early nineteenth century

Whittington College, College Hill.



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