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PLAN FOR RAISING THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS
Plan for raising three hundred thousand pounds, for the purpose of compleating the bridge at Black-Friars, and redeeming the toll thereon; embanking the north side of the river Thames, between Paul's Wharf and Milford-Lane; redeeming the antient toll upon London Bridge; repairing the Royal Exchange; and rebuilding the gaol of Newgate.
London: printed by Henry Kent, printer to the honourable City of London, 1767.
[2], 30 p. ; 26.8 cm. (4°)

Anonymous. In 1781 Soane assisted his old masters, George Dance the younger and James Peacock in drawing up estimates for the rebuilding of Newgate Gaol, following the damage inflicted during the Gordon Riots. ESTC t92586.

Copy Notes Purchased from Priestley and Weale's Catalogue of books on architecture, 1831, item 459, '1s.6d'. (q.v.). Bound (2) in a collection of pamphlets.

Binding C19th blue paper boards, white paper spine, black morocco spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Iconographie Instructive'. Numbered '60' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4029


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