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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. Syndicate
Queen's Lodge, August 12, 1834. Further information to be communicated to such architects as may be disposed to offer gratuitously plans and estimates for the Fitzwilliam Museum, in conformity with the Grace of the Senate, dated June 28, 1834.
Cambridge 1834.
[2] p. ; 22.8 cm. (4°)

Single leaf, drop-head title, verso blank. Signed 'Joshua King, Vice-Chancellor. John Graham. W. Frere.' This leaflet announces the Syndicate's decision that the curator's residence should be subsequently provided for in one of the wings or in the rear rather than in 'the central portion of the Museum, intended to be first erected'; and that 'the time for sending in the Plans and Estimates be extended from the 12th of November next, to the 10th of April, 1835.' Joshua King was Vice-Chancellor, 1833-34, and Lucasian Professor, 1839-49.

Copy Notes Bound (9) in a collection of pamphlets on painting.

Binding C19th maroon goatskin, blind-ruled borders and spine, marbled-paper boards. Numbered '111' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4324


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