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3/5/8

Purpose

[67] Working drawing for the roof timbers, 30 April 1795

Aspect

Plan of the One Pair Floor; (verso) section through the house showing tribune with some alterations; plan of the tribune; and rough section of the tribune on the first floor

Scale

(recto and verso) bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot, approximately

Inscribed

as above, William Praed Esqr, plan lettered A to Z corresponding to key: Flues // A Butlers Pantry // B Library // C Steam flue from Kitch[en] // D Back Room Mezzan: // E Drawing Room // F Kitchen // G Oven // H Servants Hall // I Eating Room // K Wine Cellar // L Hall // M Servants Hall // N Mezzanine Ang:[ular] Ch:[imney] // O Dressg Room Grd Floor // P Dressing Room Grd Floor // Q Dressing Room Mezz: // R Housekeepers Room // S Front Room Mezz: // T From Offices // U From Offices // V Billiard Room // W From Offices // X Chamber Grd Floor // Y From Offices // Z Spare Flue // &c Spare Flue, and labelled No 1 to No 12 and dimensions given; (verso) Copy of this plan & the two Sections // sent to Richards June 1795, Opening of the / Lanthern light

Signed and dated

Copy Lincolns Inn Fields April 1795, A Copy of this sent to Richards at Tyringham / April 30th 1795

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and pink, grey and yellow washes on wove paper (690 x 554)

Hand

Soane office

Level

Drawing

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