Plan of Lydgate Hall Estate as allotted for sale, 1860
Full details recorded in the sale particulars.Summary details are:Lot 4 Lydgate Hall, comprising dining, drawing and breakfast rooms and library, two kitchens, a pantry and china closet, cellaring, and seven bedrooms, supplied with hot and cold water, pleasure grounds, stables for 5 horses, coach house for two carriages, bailiff's house, and farm buildings, lodge, plantation and paddock
;Lot 5 dwelling house, stable, barn, outbuildings, and yard;Lot 6 stone quarry, etc.;Lot 7 parts of near Broom Field; Far Broom Field, Upper Slack and Upper High Acres;Lot 8 land (being the site of three houses and a shop);Lots 9 - 12 parts of brick yard and clay, etc.;Lot 13 part of upper Slack and Far Broomfield, cottages, workshops, parts of Middle and Far Doddiworth, etc.;Lot 14 Nether High Acre;Lot 15 Lower Intake;Lot 16 Coalpit Field;Lot 17 Doddiworth, etc;Lot 18 clay and stone quarry, etc.Pawson and Brailsford, Lithographers, Sheffield.Scale 2 chains : 1 inch.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 3 July 1860.
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1890 Punch Cartoon Othaniel Marsh
Cartoon from Punch September 13th 1890. Shows Professor Othniel Marsh standing atop a triceratops skull, with some of his famous discoveries before him. Top left Pteranodon (Marsh 1870) the first pterosaur to be discovered outside Europe. Lowest the toothed bird Hesperornis regalis (Marsh 1871), right Brontops robustus (Marsh 1887) left Uintatherium - a species actually described by Joseph Leidy in 1872 and whose identification suffered from the developing 'bone wars' between Marsh and his palaeontological rival Edward Drinker Cope. The bone wars between Marsh and Cope grew so acrimonious it eventually drove the talented and less egotistical Joseph Leidy from the field entirely.
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'Lincoln's Inn, of which Bentham became a member in 1817', 1943. Creator: J Marsh
'Lincoln's Inn, of which Bentham became a member in 1817', (1943). View of Lincoln's Inn, one of the four Inns of Court in London, where English social reformer and philosopher Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) was called to the Bar in l769. From "British Philosophers', by Kenneth Matthews. [Collins, London, 1943]
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