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The remarkable characters who were at Tunbridge Wells with Richardson in 1748 from a drawing in his own possessions with references in his own writing

Tunbridge Wells, the Upper Walk; view looking NE, group of figures Dr Johnson, Garrick and the Earl of Chatham and Loggan (short figure at extreme left), with the Pantiles colonnade, including John Todd's Post Office and Evan's Coffee House to left, to right a tree border along the Lower Walk.  1804  Hand-coloured aquatint and etching

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Tunbridge Wells, the Upper Walk; view looking NE, group of figures Dr Johnson, Garrick and the Earl of Chatham and Loggan (short figure at extreme left), with the Pantiles colonnade, including John Todd's Post Office and Evan's Coffee House to left, to right a tree border along the Lower Walk. 1804 Hand-coloured aquatint and etching

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