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The drawing is inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation. Turner’s inscription ‘Dt’ may, as Finberg suggested,1 indicate the River Dart somewhere in its course on the south-east side of Dartmoor. There is a similar ‘Dt’ inscription on folio 115 verso (D09608), while an inscription on folio 126 verso (D09629) appears to indicate Dartmeet Bridge.
For other definite or likely Dartmoor views, see under folio 8 recto (D09489).
Finberg 1909, I, p.375.