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Reference numberJS/1/1bv
LevelItem
TitleOriginal desinge for the rape-oyl mill at Wakefield
Date1755
DescriptionElevation [1:24] Inscribed ' (F) In Mr Smeaton's list of his mills, Wakefield oyl and wood mill, wind, is the fifthe in that list. (See Printed Reports. II, 439 - Ed) Plan [1:48} of the ground floor for the wind rape oyl mill, Wakefield. Signed
Extent1 sheet
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionPaper and ink
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted Reports, II, 439
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