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Framed by a house and trees in the left foreground and a church tower in the middle distance to the right, this rather faint drawing may show Barnstaple in the distance, where there is a bridge with numerous arches on the River Taw, although the viewpoint is yet to be established. Finberg suggested nearby Bideford as the subject,1 but this is probably by association with folio 66 recto (D09550), which he misidentified as Bideford, whereas the subject there is definitely Barnstaple. For Bideford views, see under folio 79 recto (D09564), and for others of Barnstaple, see under D09550.
Finberg 1909, I, p.374.