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Reference number

SM 89/5/10


[27] New windows for kitchen ?


Elevation of Building in Yard


to a scale


as above, Lord Eliots house / St James Sqr, Kitchen Windows, some dimensions given and (verso) Elevation of new Room Green House / &c at Lord Eliot's house

Signed and dated

  • 25/07/1805
    July 25 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen on laid paper with three fold marks (565 x 350)
Pen on laid paper with 3 fold marks (565 x 351)


? attributed to R.Woodward, clerk of works 27 May to 12 October 1805 (Ledger D p.237)


Survey drawings [1] and [2] have the (unmarked) kitchen at basement and ground floor levels, drawings [12] and [16] show the 'upper part of the kitchen' (that has a greenhouse on its roof). The drawing catalogued here has two simple windows at first floor level that were perhaps to be added. The existing tripartite window gives a handsome appearance to this 'Building in Yard'.



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