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NOTES: This design has been attributed to Richard Charles Hussey (1802-1887) on the grounds of style.
NOTES: This design is by an unidentified 18th century English architect.
NOTES: This bookplate was designed by Lutyens and etched by Walcot.
NOTES: Lansdown Tower was built on a strip of land leading up to William Beckford's house in Bath.
SOURCE: Richard Brown. Principles of practical perspective (London, 1835), Part 1, frontispiece A [pl. 25] NOTES: The edifice was erected for a firework display during a grand fete for the Allied Sovereigns visiting London for the peace celebrations of 1814.
NOTES: Cirencester Park, part of the Bathurst Estate, was designed and planted by Allen Bathurst from 1711 with assistance from Alexander Pope.
NOTES: Laid out picturesquely by the Hon. Charles Hamilton, 9th son of the 6th Earl of Abercorn, between 1738 and 1773, Painshill is an exemplar of the English landscape park.