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Chartley Hall, Stowe-by-Chartley,
The moated timber mansion house at Chartley was home to the Devereux family, who had moved from C...

Chartley Hall: woodcut engraving
Showing the view inside the courtyard of the Hall, which is of timber construction of two storie...

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Chartley Manor House: engraving
Introduction: Chartley Manor House: engraving

Date: 1653 - 1686 (c.)

Description: View showing the inside of the Courtyard of the Hall, which is of timber construction of two stories. There is an elaborate fountain of two stages in the centre.Inscribed to Lord Robert Lord Ferrers of Chartley by R. P. L. L. D., [Robert Plot].

Drawn and engraved by Michael Burghers for Robert Plot's 'Natural istory of Staffordshire, first published in 1686.

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Source: William Salt Library

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