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Reference numberJS/6/134
LevelItem
TitleAlston Moor Mines, Cumberland
Date1779
DescriptionPlan of the dyaling for fixing the boundary of Rampgill Vein in the low workings in the great limestone performed the 7th and 8th of May 1779 by John Smeaton engineer assisted by Mr Percival, agent to the Governor and Company of Greenwich Hospital, and Mr Dickenson head agent to Sir Thomas Blackett
Plan, scale 1:240. Ink wash
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper, ink wash
NotesSmeaton was appointed Receiver to the Derwentwater Forfeited Estates in 1764
Access statusOpen
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