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Reference number

SM 4/4/20


[6] Copy of an alternative design for the chamber floor, 8 July 1801


Plan of the Chamber Floor


to a scale of 1/3 inch to 1 foot


as above, Mr Robins, labelled: Closet (4 times), Lobby and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 8 July 1801
    (Copy) Lincolns Inn Fields July 8th 1801

Medium and dimensions

Pen, light red, yellow and sepia washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper (559 x 673)


Thomas Sword
Pupil January 1799 - 1804.


WL 1794


Drawings [4]-[6] include the pencil alterations added to drawings [1]-[3].

The layout is the same as in drawing [3] but with the front wall projecting on either side of the entrance and with new walls to contain the chimney flues at the rear of the house.



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