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The Gothic Revival and Design

William Henry Pyne: The History of the Royal Residences

(London: 1819) Sp Coll f327-329


Hampton Court: Gothic Hall
C. Wild delt; W. J. Bennett sculpt.
(From Vol. 2: Pub. Sept. 1 1819 by A. Dry, 36 Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square)

The middle quadrangle ... is called the Clock-Court, from a curious astronomical clock being placed over the gateway. The apartments on two sides of this court are occupied by private persons; the suite on the third was appropriated to the uses of the late Prince of Orange; and the fourth, or north side, comprises the great Gothic Hall (pp. 31-32).


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