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A view towards the library at Merton Place
A view of Merton Place from the west, seen from across the river. According to Thomas Chawner's ground-floor plan of the house made in January 1805, the room with a bay on the ground floor on the left was the Library, and the doorway set back on the right.
- Image reference: F4109-58
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Walter Collection