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Reference number

SM 77/2/12

Purpose

[10] Working drawing for the repairof the back wall

Aspect

Elevation of the Timbers on the back Front (verso, pencil) unrelated and unfinished plan of a large country house with a geometric stair

Scale

bar scale of 3/10 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, The Countess of Pembroke / Charles Street, (pencil) Plan of the Back Front with the proposed Alterations, Floor line, One Pair, Floor, Two pair, (pen) Window (8 times), Brick / unsound (twice), Brickwork (twice), Floor (twice), Floor line, One Pair, Two pair, Iron Core (twice), Oak (twice) and dimensions given

Signed and dated

July 7th : 1798

Medium and dimensions

Pen, brown pen, pencil on laid paper with three fold marks (511 x 352)

Hand

The office Day Book has George Mansfield (surveyor from 1 May 1797 to December 1800) as 'Attending at Lady Pembroke'

Notes

The repairs to the back wall are for the first and second floors and shown here are the timber members needed to brace and reinforce the existing structure.

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Drawing

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