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This bridge, which is certainly James Paine’s Richmond with one of the original toll houses, is drawn with the sketchbook inverted and continues on folio 9 (D10598).
Turner’s inscriptions, hurriedly written, are as follows:
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More figures are written on the recto (D10596) and on folio 9.