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Reference number

SM 36/2/23


[34] Traced copy of a design for the Stone Building and a new Parliament House


General site plan


bar scale of 2/9 inch to 10 feet


labelled: (pencil) Design for a New Houses of Parliament, Parliament Office, Dirty Lane, This proposed to be taken away, Over the Arcade / Court of Wards / & Rooms of the / Officers of / State & / a / library / or / Repository, Kings Closett, Kings / Presence, Anti Chamber, Prince of Wales, The Dukes / Room, Ld Chancel (twice), Arch Bishops, Ld Treasurer, Ld Presidt, Ld Privy Seal, Ld Gt Chambern, E Marshall, Ld Steward, Bishops, Old Palace Yard, Arcade, Court / of / Wards, Court of Requests, Passage / to / the House / of / Lords, Old / House of Lords, Clerks (twice), Court, Painted / Chamber, Lobby to / the House / of Lords, Barr, House of Lords, Conference Room, Anti Chamber, Black Rod, Serjeant / at Arms, Clerks, Lobby, House of Commons, Speakers, Clerk, Speakers / Chamber, Committee / Rooms (twice), House / of / Commons, Audit[ors] / Gar[den], River [Thames], Lord / Chancellors / Room, Footmen / of / the House of / Commons, Kings / Bench, Kings Bench / Records, Old Palace Yard, King Henry / the 7ths Chapel

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash on tracing paper, backed with wove paper (554 x 330)


Soane Office


Traced copy of drawing [33].



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