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East side of the chapel of St. Paul, from an elevated situation

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Plate 40; view of chapel with monuments to Lord Dudley Carleton Viscount of Dorchester and Frances Countess of Sussex on wall left under windows, Lady Anne and Francis Lord Cottington beside with railing surrounding, Lewis Robert Lord Bourchier and his Lady on screen beside open door leading to nave at right, Lieutenant General Sir H. Belasyse at right and Sir Giles Dawbeney and his wife in the right foreground; illustration to Ackermann's 'The History of Westminster Abbey' 1811. Hand-coloured aquatint and etching.
Additional Makers: Publisher - Ackermann; Print maker - John Bluck
Inscription: Lettered below image with title and key to monuments, production detail: "F. Mackenzie delt.", "J. Bluck Aquat." and publication line: "London, Publish'd July 1 1811 at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand"
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Westminster Cathedral, London, England