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  • image SM 8/2/17

Reference number

SM 8/2/17


[39] Plan of (first floor) rooms over stables


Plan of the Rooms over the Stables &c


bar scale of ¼ inch to 1 foot


as above, Robert Knight Esqre, labelled Laundry, Stairs to Laundry Maids' Room, Laundry Maids'' / Room, Coachman's room, Hay Loft &c, dimensions given and No 3 / 12 July 1819 / Saml Lake

Signed and dated

  • 03/09/1818
    Lincolns Inn Fields / September 3rd 1818

Medium and dimensions

Pen, blue, pink, sepia and yellow washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper (488 x 698)


The office Day Book for 4 September 1818 has an entry: Robert Knight Esqre / About plan and Elevation / of Stable &c / Bailey / Foxhall' that is George Bailey (1792-1860), pupil and assistant (August 1808 - January 1837) and Edward Foxhall (1793-1862), pupil and assistant November 1812 - January 1821


On the west side there is a space measuring 16 feet wide by 23 feet long that is overlooked by the laundry and by servants' rooms. Washed in a greenish tint here and on (drawing [45]) in a blueish tint, this is a flat lead roof ('lead flat') for which a girder is shown on drawing [47].



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