15. DIVINE SERVICE.
Germany. Embassy, 9 Carlton House Terrace. General Consulate,
5 Blomfield Street, London AVall.
Greece. Embassy, 64 Pall Mall. Consulate, 25 Old Broad Street.
Italy. Embassy, 35 Queen's Gate, South Kensington. General
Consulate, 31 Old Jewry.
Netherlands. Embassy, 40 Grosvenor Gardens. Consulate, 20^2 Great
St. Helen's Street.
Portugal. Embassy, 12 Gloucester Place, W. Consulate, 8 St.
Mary Axe, E. C.
Russia. Embassy, Chesham House, Belgrave Square. Consulate,
32 Great AVinchester Street, City.
Spain. Embassy, 15 St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner. Con¬
sulate, 21 Billiter Street.
Sxoeden and Norway. Embassy, 5 Hyde Park Street. Consulate.
2 Alderman's Walk, New Broad Street.
Switzerland. Consulate, 7 Great Winchester Street.
Turkey. Embassy, 1 Bryanston Square. Consulate, Ethelburga
House, Bishopsgate AVithin.
Private Banks: — Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, ft- Co., 54 Lom¬
bard Street; Burnett, Hoares, ft- Co., 60 and G2 Lombard Street;
Child, 1 Fleet Street; Coutts, 59 Strand; Drummond, 49 Charing
Cross; Glyn, Mills, ft Co., 67 Lombard Street; Herries, Farquhar,
ft Co., 16 St. James's Street; Hoare, 37 Fleet Street; Praed, Mack-
worth, ft- Co., 189 Fleet Street; Ransom, Bouverie, ft' Co., 1 Pall
Mall East; Robarts, Lubbock, ft Co., 15 Lombard Street; Smith,
Payne, ft Co., 1 Lombard Street; Williams, Deacon, ft Co., 20
Joint Stock Banks : — London and County, 21 Lombard Street;
London Joint Stock, 5 Prince's Street, Bank; London and Provin¬
cial, 7 Bank Buildings; London and South Western, 7 Fenchurch
Street; London and Westminster, 41 Lothbury; Union Bank of
London, 2 Prince's Street.
All the banking companies have branch offices in different parts
of London, some as many as fifteen or twenty.
15. Divine Service.
To enable visitors belonging to different religious denominations
to attend their respective places of worship, a list is here given
of the principal churches in London. The denominations are ar¬
ranged in alphabetical order. The chief edifices of the Church of
England are noticed throughout the Handbook, but it may not be
invidious here to specify Dean Stanley and Canon Farrar of West¬
minster Abbey, and Canon Liddon of St. Paul's Cathedral, as
three of the most eminent preachers in London. There are about