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image SM 54/4/33

Reference number

SM 54/4/33

Purpose

[75] Design for the footings at Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, 16 September 1825

Aspect

Sections showing the footings of a church. The section on the left-hand side contains the different materials below ground level onto which the footings of the church are placed. The section on the right-hand side only retains the hard ground and the footing is reinforced by a York stone base

Scale

1 inch to 5 feet (based on an 8/10 inch measurement for 4 feet for the level of sand )

Inscribed

Marylebone Church.. / add / 2763 &c Cube Extra Digging & heeling. _ _ / 5000 Ft. Supe. “4 Inch York Landings _ _ _ / 50. Rods. Reduced Brickwork_ _ _ } / Section of Footings &c. / as W. Specification / Hard Gravel / Sand / extra depth / Mould &c / 16 Sept. 1826 / Level of Measured (?) Ground. / Level of Footpath / The First Site. / Section of Footings as required / [_ _ _] the nature of the Ground. / Hard Gravel. / York Landing / extra Bh / Total depth of walls / (in red pen) Total depth of walls / Extra depth of Brickwork, with measurements and calculations given

Signed and dated

  • 16 September 1825
    16. Sepr. 1825.

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen, red pen, wash, coloured washes of orange, pink and yellow, and pricked for transfer on wove paper (541 x 382)

Verso

faded pencil designs with unidentified elements for an unknown subject

Watermark

SMITH&ALLNUTT / 1823

Level

Drawing

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