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The New Palace, Kew, Surrey

Identifier: PX/83/33 · Date: 1 Aug 1819 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Kew, the new palace with people in doorway greeting two approaching people

The Hospital, Guildford, Surrey

Identifier: PX/72/206 · Date: 1 Dec 1819 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

View of the main entrance to Abbot's Hospital, Guildford

The Hospital, Guildford, Surrey

Identifier: PX/72/196 · Date: 1 Dec 1820 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

View of the main front of Abbot's Hospital

Dulwich College, Surrey

Identifier: 4348/1/6/3 · Date: 1819 · Author: Surrey History Centre Robert Barclay Illustrations

Annotation: '3' in pencil at foot of page

Engraving, ‘Guildford Surrey

Identifier: 8877/1/72 · Date: 1821 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Engraved by J Greig 'from a drawing by H Gastineau for the Excursions through Surrey' and published by Longman & Co, Paternoster Row, London

Engraving, ‘The Hospital, Guildford, Surrey

Identifier: 8877/2/4 · Date: 1819 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Engraved by J Greig 'from a drawing by H Gastineau for the Excursions through Surrey' and published by Longman & Co, Paternoster Row, London

Engraving, ‘Remains of St Catherine’s Chapel, near Guildford, Surrey

Identifier: 8877/2/35 · Date: [1819] · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Engraved by J Greig 'from a drawing by H Gastineau for the Excursions through Surrey' and published by Longman & Co, Paternoster Row, London

Engraving, ‘Remains of Guildford Castle, Surrey

Identifier: 8877/2/67 · Date: 1820 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Engraved by T Barber 'from a drawing by H Gastineau for the Excursions through Surrey' and published by Longman & Co, Paternoster Row, London

Engraving, ‘Remains of St Martha’s Chapel near Guildford, Surrey

Identifier: 8877/2/280 · Date: 1820 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Engraved by J Greig 'from a drawing by H Gastineau for the Excursions through Surrey' and published by Longman & Co, Paternoster Row, London

The Rookery, near Dorking. The Seat of R. Fuller Esq. Surrey

Identifier: 2331/16/PART1/60A · Date: Aug 1819 · Author: Surrey History Centre Illustrations

Dorking, The Rookery - a view of the house from a distance with a triple arched bridge over the river in the foreground.