bar scale of 7/10 inch to 10 feet
labelled (pencil): Alice's / Coffee House, House (3 times), Ship / Alehouse, Coffee House, Waghorn's, Court of Requests, Long Gallery, Engrosing (sic) / Office, Clerk of Fees / Office, Speaker's Garden, Vestibule, Mr Hatsell, Store house, Shed, Cotton Garden, Painted Chamber, Jib Door, Black Rod, Committee Room, Passage, House of Lords, Princes Chamber, Staircase, Passage, Archbishops / Room, Bishops / Room, Earl Marshall, Clerks of Parliament, Ld Chancellors / Attendants, Lord Chancellor's / Room, Garden, Store house, Mr Delaval, Masons Yard, (in a later hand) F / Drawer 67 / Case 1 opposite E / under Students / Room / Inventory D 161; (verso, in a later hand, pencil) Case 1 (opposite E under Students Room) / Drawer 67 /
C 4 Sheets / Inventory D p161
Medium and dimensions
Pencil and pen, pricked for transfer on two sheets of wove paper, affixed, with two fold marks (1210 x 698)
The buildings to the south of Westminster Hall, including the Court of Requests, the Painted Chamber and the House of Lords, are the same in this plan as they are in a plan reproduced in The History of the King's Works, VI, fig. 19, dated 1793.
Tom Drysdale, October 2014
Digitisation of the Drawings Collection has been made possible through the generosity of the Leon Levy Foundation