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SM 4/5/10


[22] Design for the first floor, copied 23 August and altered 9 October 1802


Plan of the Chamber Floor, rough section, and sections of vaulted rooms


bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot


as above, The Right Honble Lord Bridport / Cricket Lodge, attic over this / Room, a flue carries to b, Gallery, a, b, floor, semi, over archway, ante room, wash-- (illegible), Ch[imne]y, attic over these Rooms, Qy and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 23 August 1802 - 9 October 1802
    Copy Lincolns Inn Fields Augt 23 1802, Sat Octr 9th 1802

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and wash, pricked for transfer on laid paper (673 x 574)


Seward, Henry Hake (1778--1848), draughtsman
Henry Hake Seward (pupil and subsequently assistant, 1794-1808)



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