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SM (4) 9/3/15 (5) 9/3/16


Record drawing and survey, 1810 (2)


4 Ground plan showing foot paths 5 Ground plan showing dimensions of streets


(4-5) bar scale


4 The Bank of England, The Royal Exchange, (pencil) foot path (three times) and dimensions given in pencil 5 Bank Street, Walebone Court, Token House Yard, Church Passage, Church, Foundry Hall Court, Cover'd Way, Grocer's Hall / Garden, Mr Hancocks House, Bank Street and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • (4) 1810


Soane office


(4) Edmeads & Pine 1804


Drawing 5 is a detailed survey of the streets surrounding the Bank. Drawing 4 shows the north entrance to Princes Street in a more uniform arrangement. Footpaths are also included in pencil around the norht-west corner.



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