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Unexecuted design for a house, Ashmansworth, Hampshire, for Arthur a Beckett Terrell, Esq.: plans and elevations

RIBA94202
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: The castellated tower has a well underneath, a windmill at the top, water cisterns on the second floor of the tower and a lookout room on the third floor.

Designs for the offices, Ravensworth Castle, County Durham: elevation of the north front of offices and section through the offices

RIBA95010
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: The construction of the house etc continued for many years and was still unfinished when Nash died in 1835. It was finished in 1846 by which time the design had altered from Nash's original plans. The house was demolished in 1953.

Designs for the offices, Ravensworth Castle, County Durham: elevation of servants' hall tower and servants' entrance tower with plan of servants' porch and elevation of window

RIBA95011
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: The construction of the house etc continued for many years and was still unfinished when Nash died in 1835. It was finished in 1846 by which time the design had altered from Nash's original plans. The house was demolished in 1953.

Designs for the stables, Ravensworth Castle, County Durham: interior elevations of the stable court and cross section through one side

RIBA95015
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: The construction of the house etc continued for many years and was still unfinished when Nash died in 1835. It was finished in 1846 by which time the design had altered from Nash's original plans. The house was demolished in 1953.

Designs for the stables, Ravensworth Castle, County Durham: exterior elevation of the main entrance of the stable court with alterations marked to the height of the castellated towers flanking the entrance

RIBA95016
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: The construction of the house etc continued for many years and was still unfinished when Nash died in 1835. It was finished in 1846 by which time the design had altered from Nash's original plans. The house was demolished in 1953.

Design possibly for alterations, Markree Castle, Collooney, County Sligo: rough sketch elevations

RIBA95106
Atkinson, Thomas Witlam (1799-1861)
NOTES: Markree Castle, despite the lettering on the drawing, is in County Sligo, not County Dublin. An existing house was enlarged and remodelled in 1802 in a romantic Gothic style by Francis Johnston and further remodelled in the 1860s. It is unclear whether the designs here were ever carried out.

Unexecuted designs for a castellated house, probably a remodelling, Shoebury Castle, Essex, for Sir John Smith-Burges Bt: north elevation

RIBA95228
Wyatt, James (1746-1813)
NOTES: Considering the name of the proposed house, it was probably to be located in the North Shoebury part of the Burges estate. Wyatt later designed the memorial to Sir John Smith-Burges in the church at Havering-atte-Bower after Smith-Burges's death in 1803.

Unexecuted designs for a castellated house, probably a remodelling, Shoebury Castle, Essex, for Sir John Smith-Burges Bt: south elevation

RIBA95229
Wyatt, James (1746-1813)
NOTES: Considering the name of the proposed house, it was probably to be located in the North Shoebury part of the Burges estate. Wyatt later designed the memorial to Sir John Smith-Burges in the church at Havering-atte-Bower after Smith-Burges's death in 1803.
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