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Reference number

SM 8/2/17

Purpose

[38] Plan of new (ground floor) stables etc

Aspect

Plan of the proposed New Stables, Coach-houses &c and (verso) rough pencil plan of basement

Scale

bar scale of ¼ inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, Robert Knight Esqre, labelled Steps to Basement, Upper part of / The Kitchen, Stairs to Laundry, Standing for Three Carriages, Stable, Dung pit, dimensions given and No 2 / 12 July 1819 / Saml Lake

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields / September 3d 1818

Medium and dimensions

Pen, burnt umber, blue, pink and sepia washes. pricked for transfer on wove paper (485 x 680)

Hand

The office Day Book for 3 September 1818 has an entry: Robert Knight Esqre / drawing out Plans and / Elevations, and a Section / of proposed new Building / Bailey / Foxhall Bailey / that is George Bailey (1792-1860), pupil and assistant (August 1808 - January 1837) and Edward Foxhall (1793-1862), pupil and assistant November 1812 - January 1821

Notes

This ground floor plan shows the 'Upper part of / the Kitchen' and the entrance, courtyard and 'Standing for Three Carriages', together they measure 59 feet (north to south). The area to the left washed in a light burnt umber is perhaps a paved garden?

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