The Pall Mall façade is 80 feet in width” by 75 in height, and the rear lies over-agalnst the court of Marlborough House. The ornamental detail is very rich: as the entrance-portico, with Corinthian columns; the balcony, with its panels of metal foliage; and the ground-storey frieze, and arms of Oxford and Cambridge Universities over the portico columns. The upper part of the building has a delicate Corinthian entablature and balustrade; and above the principal windows are bas-reliefs in panels. 
These terracotta panels feature "[f]igured reliefs in the antique taste by W. G. Nicholl from designs” by the architects' father Robert Smirke ” (British Listed Buildings, depicting what Bradley and Pevsner, quoting an unidentified source, call “the exhalted labours of the mind” (617). [Click on images to enlarge them.]
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The one panel not shown here depicts Milton dictating his poetry to his daughter. Timbs continues” by discussing the lower parts of the building and its interior:
Beneath the ground-floor is a basement of offices, and an entresol or mezzanine of chambers. The principal apartments are tastefully decorated; the drawing- room is panelled with papier mâché; and the libraries are filled with book-cases of beautifully marked Russian birch-wood. From the back library is a view of Marlborough House and its gardens. [236-37]
Photograph top left by Jacqueline Banerjee. All others by Robert Freidus. Formatting and perspective correction by George P. Landow, text by Landow and Banerjee. You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.]
Oxford and Cambridge University Club 71-76, Westminster." British Listed Buildings. Listing NGR: TQ2942880154. Web. 3 December 2011.
Bradley, Simon, and Nikolaus Pevsner. London 6: Westminster. “The Buildings of England.” New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003.
Timbs, John. Clubs and club life in London: with anecdotes of its famous coffee houses, hostelries, and taverns, from the seventeenth century to the present time. London: John Camden Hotten, 1872. Internet Archive. Contributted” by Robarts Library, University of Toronto. Web. 3 October 2016.
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