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1874 – School & Residence, Dover, Kent

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Architect: Perry & Hanson

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“The house of which the illustration gives the front and north sides, is erected of brick and concrete, on the Castle-hill, Dover, for R. Chignell, Esq. The original contract was taken by Mr. Adcock, of Lady- Well, Dover, for £5,000, and the architects were Messrs. Perry and Hanson, of York-buildings, Adelpbi.”

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