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Reference number

SM (92) 48/1/21 (93) 48/1/18 (94) 48/1/15 (95) 48/1/16 (96) 48/1/17

Purpose

[92-96] Working drawings for the carpenter: floors, partitions, stair: August, November 1818 (5)

Aspect

92 Plan of the ground floor showing the floor timbers 93 Plan of the Savings Bank Office showing the floor timbers 94 Elevation of a trussed partition; verso, internal elevation of a window (not related to the National Debt Office) 95 Two elevations of cross-braced partitions 96 Two elevations of cross-braced partitions; verso, elevation, section and detail for a stair with five treads

Scale

(92) bar scale of 1/3 inch to 1 foot (93) bar scale of 7/12 inch to 1 foot (94) bar scale of 2/3 inch to 1 foot (95-96) bar scale of 7/12 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

92 dimensions given 93 Plan of one of the / Floors in the National / Debt Office 94-96 (pencil) National Debt Office and (pen) dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • (93) August 11th 1818 (95) November 20th 1818 (96) 25th Novr 1818

Medium and dimensions

(92) Pen, grey, raw sienna and pink washes on stout wove paper (742 x 528) (93) pen, grey and raw sienna washes on stout wove paper (352 x 504) (94) pen, raw sienna and pink washes on stout wove paper (373 x 540) (95) pen and raw sienna wash, hatching on wove paper (508 x 357) (96) pen and raw sienna wash, hatching on wove paper (539 x 371)

Hand

(92-96) Soane office (no Day Book)

Watermark

(96) Smith & Allnutt

Notes

Drawing 92 shows the beams and joists for the ground floor. The joists that are to receive stud partitions are marked on the relevant joist by small rectangles, some coloured pink.
A comparison of drawing 93 with drawing 66, a plan of the ground floor dated 19 March 1818, shows this to be a room marked 'Savings Bank Office' that has three windows at the rear of the building and facing eastwards.
The trussed partition wall of drawing 94 is for a room 22 feet wide and with two doors, the vertical running dimensions are marked: 1'9" + 3" + 1'10" + 3" + 1'9½" + 3"+ 1'10½" + 4½" + 1'5" + 3" +1'4" + 3½" + 1'4" + 4" (13 feet 4 inches). The room has not been identified.
Drawing 95 is for a room with dimensions marked 16 feet 6 inches wide and with one door; and for another room marked 18 feet 3 inches wide and with two doors (marked 2 feet 6½ inches and 3 feet 9 inches respectively). Thes rooms have not been identified.
Drawing 96 is for a room marked 15 feet 4¾ inches wide and marked 7 feet ¼ inch + 3 feet 1 inch (10 feet 1¼ inches) high with three doors marked 3 feet 6½ inches, 3 feet 6½ inches and 3 feet 6 inches. The other cross-braced partition is for a room marked 15 feet 4¾ inches wide and 10 feet 7¾ inches high. These rooms have not been identified.

Level

Drawing

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