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SM 62/8/35


[56] Design - elevations


The Elevation of the Front and The Elevation of the End


bar scale of 1/6 inch to 1 foot


as above and Henry Peters Esqr

Signed and dated

Copy Lincolns Inn Fields Decr 19:1800

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pencil and sepia wash on wove paper, pricked for transfer (534 x 350)


Thomas Sword
The office Day Book for 17 December 1800 has Seward (pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808) and Sword. Sword is Thomas Sword (dates not known) pupil January 1799 - 1804. Probably drawn by Sword on account of the pencil guide lines which were not erased.


The front elevation has four flintwork pilasters and cornice. The side elevation has the roof framed by a pediment and with an arched window in the centre. It is also clad with fintwork for pilasters and four blind windows.



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