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Interior of the Lantern, Lansdown Tower, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Interior of the Lantern, Lansdown Tower, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Interior of the Lantern, Lansdown Tower, 1845. Interior of an architectural folly built for British art collector William Beckford near Bath, Somerset. It was designed by Henry Goodridge. The house and contents were auctioned after Beckford's death in 1844. ...a portion of the room within the Lantern: the latter...is copied from the Choragic Monument of Lyncrates, at Athens. The windows of the Lantern are of plate glass, moving in perpendicular grooves; the wind, at this height, being exceedingly violent, great strength of material is necessary. The curtains of the room are crimson; and, in Mr. Beckford's life time, warm air from below was conveyed by heated tubes to the Lantern, that the damp might not be injurious to the wood-work'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Arch at Broughton, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Arch at Broughton, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Arch at Broughton, 1844. Festal arch in Northamptonshire, erected in honour of Queen Victoria who was staying at nearby Burghley House. The arch is surmounted by a crown and Union jack flags, with a sign reading: Fear God and Honor the Queen. ...one of the most tastefully constructed arches, in the village of Broughton...where the preparations were extensive. "The entrance to, and exit from the place", says the Northampton Herald, "were ornamented with triumphal arches, formed of evergreens and flowers tastefully arranged, and the whole population of the village decked in holiday attire, lined the wood on either side, testifying in every possible manner, as the Royal party passed, the intensity of their gratification at even the momentary glance of her Majesty which the rapid progress of the Royal carriages allowed"'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, 1844. Creator: Unknown

St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, 1844. Church in the City of London. This beautiful church, by [Sir Christopher] Wren, is situated between Idol-lane and St. Dunstan's-hill, Tower-street...The church is dedicated to St. Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, after whom it is called...The ancient church was damaged by the great fire of 1666, and was shortly after repaired; but the elegant spire and tower were not finished till 1699. They are masterpieces of design and construction....The body of the church having been only repaired by Wren, and having fallen much into decay, it was taken down and re-built in 1821, under the direction of Mr. David Laing, the architect of the Custom-house. It has been re-built in truly handsome style, and possesses one of the most embellished interiors in the metropolis'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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