Shugborough Hall and Essex Bridge: engraving

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Date:1760 - 1769 (c.)

Description:'View of Shugborough House, in Staffordshire, late the Seat of lord Anson, now of George Anson, Esqr.,' taken behind the Hall from the south east. Showing a bridge of twenty-one arches over the River Trent (with a barge on the canal in the foreground). Engraved by Page after a drawing by Moses Griffith.

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Donor ref:SV-IV.308b (45/8239)

Source: William Salt Library

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