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TRENCH, Sir Frederick William (1775--1859)
A proposition for the disposal of Buckingham House for a national picture gallery, a national statue gallery, and for the King's College; leaving one entire end of the palace, and one wing, with the whole of the attics, for other public purposes.
[London]: printed by T. Brettell, [1830?].
2 p., [1] fold. litho. plan ; 44.4 cm. (2°)

Drop-head title. Signed in ink F.W. Trench. The 'Comparative Plans of Buckingham House and the King's College', printed on India paper tipped onto a conjugate stub, are 'drawn by L. Herbert'. Sir Frederick William Trench was one of many critics of Nash's rebuilding of Buckingham Palace.

Copy Notes Filed with papers relating to the House of Commons enquiry into Nash's conduct regarding Crown leases.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6279


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