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With the page turned horizontally, this view of roofs and trees includes little to assist directly in its identification, but the drawings between folios 218 verso and 227 verso (D09362–D09380; Turner Bequest CXXXI 129a–138a) are all identified or likely views around Highgate and the new Archway to its east, then in the countryside north of London; they were probably made working in from the back of the book as now foliated. There is a similar view on folio 223 recto (D09371; Turner Bequest CXXXI 134). The subject is discussed under folio 128 verso (D09360; Turner Bequest CXXXI 128a), apparently incorrectly isolated from the rest of the sequence by a block of blank leaves.
There is some staining at the top, showing through from the verso (D09374).