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Identified by Finberg as scenes on the River Medway, two drawings mark the top portion of this sheet.1 The topmost of these describes a hilltop fort in the distance at centre, possibly Fort Pitt at Chatham. The river in the foreground is populated only by a single light craft towards the left, while the topographic horizon is peppered with architectural constructions.
Lower down the page, a second drawing appears to describe a distant view of Rochester Castle from the northeast, visible at left alongside the distinctive spire of the adjacent Cathedral. At far right, a broad, turreted building is likely to represent Upnor Castle. A number of boats occupy the water at left. The most significantly foregrounded of these overlaps with the sketch above.
Finberg 1909, I, p.609.