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SM volume 64/201


[5] Record drawing of design for a lodge (as [3-4]


Ground floor plan


bar scale of 1/3inch to 1 foot


The Duke of Leeds, a, a, a, a, dimensions given and The Windows aa &c are to be left in / building the walls & to be Blanked up / afterwards when the Roof is finished

Signed and dated

  • 29/04/1808
    April 29th : 1808

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pink and yellow washes on laid paper (288 x 454)


Attributed to George Allen Underwood (c.1793 - 1829)
Attributed to George Underwood, assistant September 1806 - May 1815.


J Whatman


A neat copy of a drawing made earlier in August 1795 ([3-4]).



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