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Reference number

SM (106) 56/2/39 (107) 56/2/43 (108) 56/2/52 (109) 56/2/33 (110) 56/2/38 (111) 56/2/57 (112) 56/2/36

Purpose

Working drawings, October 1830 (7)

Aspect

106 Details of Parts of Door and No 2 Jambs & Soffites with Grounds and Architraves as Drawing, and elevation of door 107 Detail of Parts of Jambs and elevations of door and door frame For Room Over Coach House 108 Detail and elevation of door frame for passage; (verso): detail of jamb lining 109 Details of Parts of Drawers & Frame and Parts of Dresser & Drawers, and plan and elevation of dresser and drawers 110 Details of Parts of Frame & Doors, Bottom Rail of Frame and Top Rail & Cornice, and plan, elevation and section through cupboard 111 Details of Style of Sash, Style of Partition, Door Style and Part of Style of Framing / of Partition, and elevation of partition and door for pantry 112 Details of Parts of Jambs & Soffite and Part of Doors & Frame for Closets, and elevation of cupboard for entrance hall

Scale

(106-112) to a scale of 1 inch to 1 foot and Full Size

Inscribed

106 as above, No 1 Two In Ovlo Sash Door with 5/8 Bar / the Bottom part of Door see Drawing (Full Size), This Drawing to be returned with the Work, Moulded Side of Bar, Lock, Grounds, Qy Old Architraves and dimensions given 107 as above, No 2 Sets of Door Jambs and one pannell Soffite out have / one and half Inch Deal but framed as Drawing / With Grounds and Architrave Mouldings only for three / Sides - Wanting as Soon as possible, No 1 Two In D[ea]l four Pannell Doors framed / and Moulded as Doors of Bed Rooms over / Kitchen &c With Jambs and Soffite / to Correspond with Door as Drawing only 1½ In thick / (Full Size) Wanting as Soon as possible, This Drawing to be returned with the Work, Grounds (twice), Style of Jambs (twice) and dimensions given 108 No 1 Set of Door Jambs Grounds and / Moulding as Architraves for Passage / See Drawing (Full Size), turn Over, and dimensions given; (verso): No 2 Jamb Linings Staff beaded both Edges / as Drawing (Full Size) 7 feet 8 Inches long / for Archway in Lobby, turn Over 109 as above, labelled: This Dresser & Drawers will have a 2 In Cross tongued Top / 1¼ In Frame for Drawers dovetailed & framed x tongued / 1¼ In dovetailed and beaded Drawer Fronts / ¾ In dovetailed rims & ¾ In x tongued bottoms / with Glued Slides - / ¾ In tongued and beaded Back, To be returned with the Work, (pencil) Qy False Bottoms, Drawer Side (3 times), Partition, End and dimensions given 110 as above, The Top and bottom and Ends and Midle (sic) Standard and / Shelves to be of Inch ^deal framed and dovetailed / the Shelves to be fixed on bearers to the different heights / required at the Bank the whole to be plained both / Sides and Cross tongued / the Shelves a a a not to be framed, To be returned with the Work, ¾ In tongued and beaded Back to Cupboards Sink &c, ¾ In tongued and beaded Back, 1½ In Framed and beaded Cupbd Front with 1½ In Framed / and Moulded Doors hung Folding as Drawing, Ends of Cupboard, Bottom Shelves, Top of Cupboards and dimensions given 111 as above, No 1 of 2½ In framed Partition for Pantry with 2 In / four pannel Door Moulded as Kitchen Door and / Ovlo Sash & as Drawing with two Mettel (sic) Casements in / the same - the whole to be x tongued &c / To be returned with the Work and dimensions given 112 as above, No 1 Two Inch Deal framed and beaded Cupboard / Front with 1½ In Moulded and Square flatt Doors / as Drawing / for Entrance Hall / To be returned with the Work, No 3 Inch Deal Shelves / 6 feet 2 In long by / 1 ft 9 In wide, Suppose line of Plaster (twice), Rough Brickwork, linings for Jambs only, No 2 Jambs & linings 11 feet 6 Inches / No 1 Soffite and no linings 14 feet 1 Inch long and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • (106) October 4th 1830 / Thos Heath (107) Octor 7 1830 Thos Heath (108) Octor 8th 1830 Thos Heath (109-111) Octor 12th 1830 Thos Heath (112) Octor 16th 1830 / Thos Heath

Medium and dimensions

(106-112) Pen, raw umber and blue washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper with one fold mark (495 x 617, 495 x 617, 237 x 420, 500 x 617, 500 x 620, 500 x 617, 500 x 617)

Hand

(106-112) Thomas Heath, clerk of works

Level

Drawing

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