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image 57/7/22

Reference number

57/7/22

Purpose

Unidentified late 18th C architect, LONDON: Apsley House, Hyde Park Corner, (22-23) Survey drawing & design for conversion of stable block for Earl Bathurst, (22) Insc: The House is held under a Lease from the Crown to Lord Bathurst which expires in May 1834/The part of the Stables coloured Red was purchased by Lord Bathurst of Sir Robert Barnard/and is held for a term which expires in June 1807/The part coloured Yellow was taken out of the Park und is held by virtue of the/King's Sign Manual during pleasure

Inscribed

The House is held under a Lease from the Crown to Lord Bathurst which expires in May 1834/The part of the Stables coloured Red was purchased by Lord Bathurst of Sir Robert Barnard/and is held for a term which expires in June 1807/The part coloured Yellow was taken out of the Park und is held by virtue of the/King’s Sign Manual during pleasure

Hand

Unidentified late 18th century draughtsman

Level

Drawing

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