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Prittlewell Church

Photo credit: Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service: Ipswich Borough Council Collection

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The drawing is on a page from a dismembered sketchbook used in Suffolk and Essex in June and July 1814.

Christchurch Mansion

Ipswich


Date

1814

Medium

pencil & wash on paper

Measurements

H 8 x W 10.6 cm

Accession number

IPSMG:R.1940.26.4

Acquisition method

gift

Work type

Drawing & watercolour

Inscription description

Church near / Southend / Sheerness / X Hadlay Castle / (?B)each at / South (end?) / 74 struck through / Prittlewell - in ?King Edward the / 4th ? This was… a ..town said to / have in it … people. / Prittlewell Church


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Christchurch Mansion

Soane Street, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 2BE England

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