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  • image SM 37/3/10

Reference number

SM 37/3/10


[71] Survey, Court of Exchequer offices, September 1822


Section through two storeys of accommodation immediately to the south of the Court of Exchequer, including the Barons' Room on the main (first) floor


to a scale


II dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 01/09/1822 - 30/09/1822
    dated in accordance with known survey campaign

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, wash, pen, on wove paper (384 x 374)


Soane Office, draughtsman


Pencil sketch plan of passage, chambers and water closet behind the south wall of Westminster Hall, with label and dimensions given


Weatherley & Lane / 1818


The section given in this drawingcorresponds with that labelled II in SM 37/3/7. There are additional ruled pencil lines above and to the right of the section.



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