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("A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears from the River" (1758); Library of the Earl of Derby's Estate, Knowsley, Prescot, Lancashire, England; Peter Collinson Coll; drawing; graphite and ink)
 
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"A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears from the River" (1758); Library of the Earl of Derby's Estate, Knowsley, Prescot, Lancashire, England; Peter Collinson Coll; drawing; graphite and ink
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John or William Batram, "A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears from the River," 1758. Library of the Estate of the Earl of Derby, photograph by The Right Hon. The Earl of Derby.

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John or William Batram, "A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears from the River," 1758. Library of the Estate of the Earl of Derby, photograph by The Right Hon. The Earl of Derby.

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