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Reference number

SM 3/3/9

Purpose

[15] Design (largely unexecuted) for Principal Floor with minor changes, plan, 1797

Aspect

Plan of the Principal Floor of Mogerhanger House with minor changes

Scale

bar scale of ¼ inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, Godfrey Thornton Esqre

Signed and dated

1797

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, pricked for transfer on wove paper with one fold mark (653 x 476)

Hand

Seward, Henry Hake (1778--1848), draughtsman
Jeans, Seward, Good
(Thomas Jeans, pupil 1792-1797), Henry Hake Seward (1778-1848, pupil and assistant 1794-1808) Henry Joseph Good (1775-1857, pupil 1795-1799) (from Day Book for 5 July 1797)
Pupil 1795-1800 Henry Joseph Good, draughtsman
Jeans, Seward, Good
(Thomas Jeans, pupil 1792-1797), Henry Hake Seward (1778-1848, pupil and assistant 1794-1808) Henry Joseph Good (1775-1857, pupil 1795-1799) (from Day Book for 5 July 1797)
pupil August 1792-97 Thomas Jeans, draughtsman
Jeans, Seward, Good
(Thomas Jeans, pupil 1792-1797), Henry Hake Seward (1778-1848, pupil and assistant 1794-1808) Henry Joseph Good (1775-1857, pupil 1795-1799) (from Day Book for 5 July 1797)

Notes

Excluding the offices, drawing 15 has the same overall plan as earlier drawing 3 and see also 6 except that the eating room windows now have chamfered reveals (to allow more light in) and the existing dog-leg stair has been replaced by an open well stair, both of which were carried out.

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