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Athena Library of English Studies

Part 7, Vols 24-28: Cultural History, 1st series

  イギリス研究基本文献シリーズ

ロンドンの公園

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ISBN 978-4-86340-024-5  ・  菊判 

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イギリス社会史研究、文化史研究にも資するロンドンの公園の歴史についての注目すべき名著。

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Contents

Volume 24. Jacob Larwood* The Story of the London Parks (1874**)

ISBN 978-4-86340-025-2  •  496 pp., 4 col. pl., ill.

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Topics discussed include: Hyde Park: royal hunts and racing in the park; the park opened to the public; orders against cutting wood; Puritan regulations; toll on carriages in the park; Republican Hyde Park; sale of the park annulled; the lifeguards; West London water supply; formation of the Serpentine; frequency of robberies; foxes; “macaronies” in the park; duelling mania; Rotten Row first named; sporting mania; female charioteers; boxing matches; female fashions; scanty dresses; Romeo Coates; the Jubilee festival; etc. ◙ Green Park: review of dragoons; Handel’s music; daring robberies; the lodge; the season of 1809; the fireworks; etc. ◙ St. James’s Park: the leper hospital; early attractions; King James’s menagerie; the canal formed; introduction of “pall-mall”; wrestling matches; the Mall; male and female rakes; hawkers in the park; etc.

* pseudonym of Herman Diederik Johan van Schevichaven

** First one-volume edition, date acc. Guildhall Library catalogue; first published in two vols, 1872 

 

 

Volume 25. Warwick William Wroth The London Pleasure Gardens of the Eighteenth Century (1896)

ISBN 978-4-86340-084-9  •  848 pp., ill.

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Clerkenwell and Central Group: Islington Spa, or New Tunbridge Wells • The Pantheon, Spa Fields • The London Spa • The New Wells • The English Grotto, or Grotto Garden, Rosoman Street • The Mulberry Garden, Clerkenwell • Sadler’s Wells • Merlin’s Cave • Bagnigge Wells • “Lord Cobham’s Head” • “Sir John Oldcastle” Tavern and Gardens • St. Chad’s Well, Battle Bridge • Bowling Green House, near the Foundling Hospital • Adam and Eve Tea Gardens, Tottenham Court Road • The Peerless Pool • The Shepherd and Shepherdess, City Road • The Spring Garden, Stepney

Marylebone Group: Marylebone Gardens • The Queen’s Head and Artichoke • The Jew’s Harp House and Tea Gardens • The Yorkshire Stingo • Bayswater Tea Gardens

North London Group: Pancras Wells • Adam and Eve Tea Gardens, St. Pancras • The Assembly House, Kentish Town • White Conduit House • Dobney’s Bowling Green, or Prospect House • Belvidere Tea Gardens, Pentonville Road • The Castle Inn and Tea Gardens, Colebrooke Row, Islington • Three Hats, Islington • Barley Mow Tea House and Gardens, Islington • Canonbury House Tea Gardens • Copenhagen House • Highbury Barn • The Devil’s House, Holloway • Hornsey Wood House • The Spring Garden, Stoke Newington • The Black Queen Coffee House and Tea Gardens, Shacklewell

Hampstead Group: Hampstead Wells • The Spaniards • New Georgia • Belsize House • Kilburn Wells

Chelsea Group: Ranelagh House and Gardens • Strombolo House and Gardens • Star and Garter Tavern and Gardens • Jenny’s Whim, Pimlico • Cromwell’s Gardens, afterwards Florida Gardens, Brompton

South London Group: Bermondsey Spa Gardens • St. Helena Gardens, Rotherhithe • Finch’s Grotto Gardens • Cuper’s Gardens • “The Folly” on the Thames • Belvedere House and Gardens, Lambeth • Restoration Spring Gardens, St. George’s Fields • The Flora Tea Gardens, or Mount Gardens, Westminster Bridge Road • The Temple of Flora • Apollo Gardens, or Temple of Apollo • Dog and Duck, St. George’s Fields or Spa • The Black Prince, Newington Butts • Lambeth Wells • Marble Hall, Vauxhall • The Cumberland Tea Gardens, Vauxhall, or Smith’s Tea Gardens • Vauxhall Gardens • Index

 

 

Volume 26. John James Sexby The Municipal Parks, Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: Their History and Associations (1898)

ISBN 978-4-86340-027-6  •  666 pp., 1 pl., ill.

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Battersea Park • Blackheath • Bostal Heath and Woods; Plumstead Common; Mutton Green • Brockwell Park; Dulwich Park • Clapham Common • Hilly Fields; Deptford Park; Telegraph Hill • Kennington Park • Ladywell Recreation-Ground; Maryon Park • Myatt’s Fields; Peckham Rye; Peckham Rye Park; Goose Green; Nunhead Green • Southwark Park; Nelson, Newington, and Walworth Recreation-Ground • Tooting Graveney, Tooting Beck, and Streatham Common; Streatham Green • Wandsworth Common • Bethnal Green Gardens • The Embankment Gardens • Finsbury Park; Clissold Park • Hackney Commons; Hackney Marsh • Hampstead Heath • Hampstead Heath Extension, or Parliament Hill • Highbury Fields • Island Gardens, Poplar; Royal Victoria Gardens • Leicester Square • Lincoln’s Inn Fields; Red Lion Square • Ravenscourt Park; Shepherd’s Bush Common • Spa Green; Whitfield Gardens • Victoria Park; Meath Gardens • Waterlow Park • Western Commons • Wapping Recreation-Ground • Churchyards and Small Playgrounds • Places in Course of Acquisition • Appendix: List of all the places in the county of London available for public recreation, together with those outside the county maintained by the London County Council • Index

 

 

Volume 27. Mrs. Evelyn Cecil* London Parks and Gardens (1907)

ISBN 978-4-86340-028-3  •  394 pp., 25 pl., ill.

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Hyde Park • St. James’s and Green Parks • Regent’s Park • Greenwich Park • Municipal Parks • South London Parks • Commons and Open Spaces • Squares • Burial-Grounds • Inns of Court • Historical Gardens • Private Gardens • Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens: List of trees and shrubs • Index

* i.e. Alicia Margaret Tyssen Amherst, afterwards Alicia Margaret Cecil, Baroness Rockley

 

Volume 28. Mrs. Alec Tweedie* Hyde Park: Its History and Romance (1908)

ISBN 978-4-86340-29-0  •  394 pp., 30 pl.

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A Royal Hunting-Ground • Vagaries of Monarchs • Under the Commonwealth • Fashion and Frivolity • Masks and Patches • In Georgian Days • Early Chronicles of Tyburn • Beneath the Triple Tree • Nineteenth-Century Fragments • Duels in the Park • The People’s Park • Nature in the Park • The Evolution of the Carriage • Appendix: List of trees, shrubs, and plants in Hyde Park • Index

* i.e. Alicia Margaret Tyssen Amherst, afterwards Alicia Margaret Cecil, Baroness Rockley