Chartley Castle: engraving

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Description:'Remains of CHARTLEY CASTLE, Staffordshire,' showing two ruined towers on a hill among trees. There is a round Dove-cot below.'Engraved by Angus from a Drawing by W. Carter...for 'The Beauties of England and Wales.''Published by John Harris, St. Paul's Church Yard, June 1813'.

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Donor ref:SV-X.48b (45/9762)

Source: William Salt Library

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