Fisherwick Hall: copper-plate engraving

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Date:1653 - 1686 (c.)

Description:A south south east prospect showing a Tudor building of brick, with a large bay window on the south east.

Inscribed 'To the right Honble. JOHN Visc. MASSEREEN Baron of LOUGH - NEAGH one of his Majtie. most Honble. Privy Council in ye Kingdom of IRELAND This 15 Table Shewing the S.S.E. Prospect of his Lordship's seat at Fisherwick as a pledg of my gratitude is humbly presented'.

Engrived by Michael Burghers for Robert Plot's 'Natural History of Staffordshire'.

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Donor ref:SV-IV.194b (45/8092)

Source: William Salt Library

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