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[ENGLISH SCHOOL] : VIEW OF THE DUKE OF ARGYLL’S HOUSE AT WHITTON.
[London : For the Authors, 1770]. An appealing antique print – eighteenth-century Whitton Place, built in 1737 to the designs of Roger Morris by Archibald Campbell, Early of Islay, later Third Duke of Argyll (1682-1761). A view from the celebrated gardens, set within a ruled border. Some of the trees were transferred at about this time to Kew Gardens, where they still thrive. Originally produced for the part-work publication “England Displayed” (London : 1769-1770).
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NEALE, John Preston, 1780-1847 : WHITTON, MIDDLESEX, THE SEAT OF GEORGE GOSTLING ESQR.
London : John Harris, 1816. An antique print – the Whitton Park house. Engraved by William Woolnoth (1780-1837) from a drawing by John Preston Neale and originally produced for the part-work “Beauties of England and Wales” (London : 1801-1816).
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