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image SM (4) volume 75/32

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SM (4) volume 75/32


Design for two offices north of the Cashier's Office, 9 November 1802


4 Plan with laid out wall elevations of two rooms north of the Cashier's Office


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Sections of the Rooms North of the proposed Cashier Generals office / and fronting the Accountants Court Lothbury, NB- Novr 9 wants the Cornice / for those Rooms / the Architrave Base & surbase / mouldings being given, (Soane, pencil) The Mouldings / For this Room, and feint pencil note including Conch ma--e up

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  • Bank 9th Novr 1802


Soane office


Two smaller offices were located just south of the Residence Court (also known as the Accountants Court). The oval-shaped room was intended as a private office for the Accountant General, and later used as the Secretary's office.



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