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- Object: Architectural Remains removed to Farnley by Walter Fawkes Esqr from Different Ancient Hall Houses in his possession 1814
Booklet with five pages, including a title-page:
'Flower Garden Porch at Farnley / Removed from Newhall AD 1814': entrance gate inscribed above 'Anno DNI 1624', with a shield of arms above; trees and plants on both sides.
'Gateway to the Flower Garden at Farnely, removed from Menston Hall, formerly the seat of Coll Charles Fairfax AD 1814': Three men and three dogs standing outside a gate to walled garden.
'Bay windows in the Flower Garden at Farnley / Removed from Lindley Hall, an ancient seat of the Palmes Family by W. Fawkes Esqr AD 1814': View of the facade of a estately house, with a pedestal and a fountain in front, showing the bay windows.
'Fac-simile of a Letter from Col. Charles Fairfax, Brother of Genl Fairfax, To T. Fawkes Esqr AD 1657 / Presented at Farnley Hall'.
'Fac simile of a Benevolence or Loan to King Charles 1st directed to Thomas Fawkes Gentn April 14th AD 1626 / Preserved at Farnley Hall'.
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Height: 426 millimetres (each sheet)
Width: 552 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- 1981,U.2669 to 1981,U.2671 and other two plates kept together as a booklet. Inscription in pen and ink on first page: "A.B. Lamber Esqr with W. Fawke's Compl".
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