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Reference number

SM 62/8/47


[38] Plan and elevatiion


The Plan and Elevation


to a scale


as above, W.H.Fellowes Esqr, Ramsey, Gate and Foot Gate

Signed and dated

  • 22/06/1805
    Lincolns Inn Fields / June 22nd 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and light red washes, pricked for transfer, on laid paper (465 x 400)


Henry Hake Seward (1778 - 1848)
Pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808. The Soane office Day Book has 'Mr W H Fellowes Esqre / Sent to him by to days / post a drawing of a Design for / an Entrance at Ramsey', probably written by Seward.


The existing two-storey lodge house (largely concealed in the drawing by trees and bushes) has two single storey rooms added to its front and is given a Tudoresque window and castellated parapet. The gate piers are flat-topped and cruciform in plan.

Evidently, the lodge was not executed see P.Dean, Sir John Soane and the country estate, 1999, p.190.



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