A History of London, Vol. II

Loftie, W. J.
1883

APPENDIX D.
Wren's Churches and other Public Buildings in the City.
1. St. Alban, Wood Street.
2. All Hallows, Bread Street (destroyed).
3. All Hallows, Lombard Street.
4. All Hallows, Upper Thames Street.
5. St. Andrew by the Wardrobe.
6. St. Andrew Holborn.
7. St. Anne and St. Agnes.
8. St. Antholin (destroyed).
9. St. Augustine.
10. St. Bartholomew by the Bank (destroyed).
11. St. Benet, Gracechurch Street (destroyed).
12. St. Benet Fink (destroyed).
13. St. Benet, Paul's Warf.
14. St. Bride.
15. Christ Church.
16. St. Christopher le Stocks (destroyed).
17. St. Clement, East Cheap.
18. St. Dionys Backchurch (destroyed).
19. St. Dunstan in the East.
20. St. Edmund the King.
21. St. George, Botolph Lane.
22. St. James, Garlickhithe.
23. St. Lawrence Jewry.
24. St. Magnus.
25. St. Margaret Lothbury.
26. St. Margaret Pattens.
27. St. Martin Ludgate.
28. St. Mary Abchurch.
29. St. Mary Aldermanbury.
30. St. Mary Aldermary.
31. St. Mary At Hill.
32. St. Mary Le Bow.
33. St. Mary Somerset (destroyed).
34. St. Mary Magdalen.
35. St. Matthew Friday Street (destroyed).
36. St. Michael Bassishaw.
37. St. Michael Wood Street.
38. St. Michael Cornhill.
39. St. Michael Crooked Lane (destroyed).
40. St. Michael Queenhithe (destroyed).
41. St. Michael Royal.
42. St. Mildred Bread Street.
43 St. Mildred Poultry (destroyed).
44. St. Nicholas Cole Abbey.
45. St. Olave Jewry.
46. St. Paul.
47. St. Peter.
48. St. Stephen Coleman Street.
49. St. Stephen Wallbrook.
50. St. Swithin.
51. St. Vincent.
In addition Sir C. Wren repaired St. Mary Woolnoth, but on its becoming ruinous in
1710
, Hawksmoor built the present church, finished in 1727. Wren's chief works in London besides the churches were :--
1. The Custom House (destroyed).
2. The Deanery.
3. Chapter House.
4. Middle Temple front in Fleet Street.
5. Temple Bar (destroyed).
6. The Monument.
7. Royal Exchange (burnt 1837).
8. College of Physicans (destroyed)
9. Sion College (about to be destroyed).
10. Mercers' Hall.
11. Fishmongers' (destroyed),
and many other Companies' halls, of which but few survive unaltered.