Table of contents for London's smaller eighteenth-century houses : the vernacular metropolis / Peter Guillery.


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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. 'Like a different country': looking across eighteenth-century London
2. 'The multiplicity of human habitations': understanding eighteenth-century London's smaller house architecture
3. Another Georgian Spitalfields: workshop tenements in London's silk district 
4. Across London Bridge: tanning, timber and tradition in Southwark and Bermondsey
5. Waste and place: Mile End Road, Kingsland Road and ambivalence at the margins
6. The military-industrial satellite: shipbuilding and housebuilding from Deptford to Woolwich
7. Between Picturesque and respectable: urban-vernacular architecture and gentility in London's outlying settlements
8. Along the coast and across the sea: reflections of the vernacular metropolis
9. 'Despicable cottages': improvement and artisan eclipse
10. A living tradition? concluding remarks.
Appendices
Notes
Bibliography
Photographic Acknowledgements
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Vernacular architecture England London, Working class Dwellings Great Britain History 18th century, Architecture, Domestic England London, London (England) Buildings, structures, etc