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Reference number

SM 62/9/11


[2] Survey drawing of house and offices as drawing 1


Ground plan of house and offices and (verso) rough plan and elevations for a stables drawn by Soane


to a scale of 1/8 inch to 1 foot (verso) to a scale


(section) Kitchen &c and dimensions given (verso) 7 horses, opposite, Hay, Harness / & Straw, 7 Stallls (twice) some dimensions given inlcuding 84:, 116:2 , 62:1

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia washes on laid paper (623 x 474)


by the same hand as drawing [1] q.v. and (verso) Soane


I Taylor (and) crowned cartouche with fleur de lis and below, GR 1794


It is not known whether the design for a large stable (on the verso) is related to Cardigan House or not.The centrepiece is a triple-arched entrance 31 feet and 3 inches wide,with an upper floor, ? pediment and raised clock.



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