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SM 64/6/13


[1] Survey plan for the 3rd Early of Hardwicke, c.1792


Plan of the Inn at Arrington


bar scale of 1/10 inch to 1 foot


rooms labelled: Coach House, Loose Stable, Brew house, Chimney, Gate way, Dining Room, Stair to Cellar / under Dining Room, Tap Room, Bar, Parlour / A Chimney, A, Dairy, Chimney, Washouse, Kitchen, (Soane) Wine/ Cellar, Beer Cellar, C Chimney in room over Cellar, E Bar Chimney, F Closet in Do, D Stairs to room over / Gateway, Pig Styes (twice), Loose Stable and dimensions given and (verso) The Earl of Hardwick / Plan of the Inn at / Arrington and (pencil, twice) Earl of Hardwick

Signed and dated

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Medium and dimensions

Brown pen on secretary paper with three fold marks, red sealing wax on three corners (325 x 405)


surveyor or Soane office


encircled CM, Britannia holding lance, shield and olive branch within crowned oval


D.Adshead, Wimpole: architectural drawings and topographical views, 2007, p.88 cat.162



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