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1 D.N.B.; Cobbett, Parliamentary history.

2 Giacomo Angarano, an early patron of Palladio, who dedicated to him the Quattro libri.

3 Gotch, C., ‘Mylne at Kings Weston’, Country Life, CXXIII, 1953, pp. 212215 .

4 Drawings for Christ Church, Worcester College and the Radcliffe Camera, now in those colleges and the Ashmolean Museum respectively, were sold by Joseph Skelton the Oxford antiquary early in the nineteenth century. In each case a priced blue folder inscribed in an early nineteenth-century hand is, or was, with the drawings, and the Christ Church set is known to have been bought from Skelton.

5 Ison, W., The Georgian buildings of Bristol, 1952, p. 161 ; Gentleman’s Magazine, 1737, p. 701 ; drawings Nos. 95, 96.

6 Cooke, R., West Country houses, Bristol, 1957, p. 80.

7 Vanbrugh, , Letters (ed. Webb, G. F., 1928), p. 15.

8 Hussey, C., English country houses, early Georgian, 1955, p. 229.

9 Colvin, , Dictionary, pp. 614615.

10 Colvin, , Dictionary, pp. 474475 .

11 Drawings from Colin Campbell’s collection have recently been discovered, including some which confirm the previously unique Kings Weston elevations. At the time of writing these drawings, for knowledge of which I am indebted to Mr John Harris, have not been studied.

12 Colvin, H. M. & Craig, M. J., Architectural drawings in the library of Elton Hall (Roxburghe Club), Oxford, 1964, Pl.XXa.

13 Whistler, L., ‘Vanbrugh’s smaller houses’, Architectural Review, CXV, 1954, pp. 119122.

14 Armistead, K. M., ‘The Red Lodge’, Country Life, CXXVIII, 1960, pp. 238241 . The same writer’s Guide to the Red Lodge, published by Bristol City Art Gallery, gives details of successive owners.

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Architectural History
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