Item Bonomi MSS 45.87 (recto) - Alnwick Fountain and continuation of text on church at Alnwick

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Bonomi MSS 45.87 (recto)

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Alnwick Fountain and continuation of text on church at Alnwick

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(1796-1878)

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Alnwick Fountain and continuation of text on church at Alnwick:
-ink sketch and text on paper
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-15.7 x 11.5 cm
-[on sketch] 'Fountain Alnwick' (ink note)
-[text]:
'The roof of the nave was
restored in 1781 owing no doubt
to its threat(e)ning an invasion
of the pavement from the walls
injuditious alteration
having been weakened by throwing
2 arches into one in order to
[(?) (crossed out)] exhibit the [(?) (crossed out)] pulpit to
[all (crossed out)] the people in every corner
of the church the (?)'

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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford

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