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A View of the Petrifying Spring, Commonly called the Dropping Well, at Knaresborough, in Yorkshire
A View of the Petrifying Spring, Commonly called the Dropping Well, at Knaresborough, in Yorkshire
 
Artist 
Thomas Smith (of Derby)
Engraver 
Francois Vivares
Title 
A View of the Petrifying Spring, Commonly called the Dropping Well, at Knaresborough, in Yorkshire  
Date  
published 15 January 1746
Medium  
Coloured engraving
Lettering  
below image: [left] Tho. Smith Pin. [right] F. Vivares sculp. / [centre] A View of the Petrifying Spring, commonly call'd The Dropping Well, &c at Knaresborough, in Yorkshire; it belongs to S.r Hen:. Slingsby Bar.t and / the Ruins of the Castle to the R.t Hon: the Earl of Burlington, To whom this Plate is inscrib'd by their most humble & most obedient servant T. Smith. / [right] Publish'd according to Act of Parliam.t Jan.y 15 1745/6
Published  
15 January 1746
Acquisition  
Purchased from Frank T Sabin, October 1963
Number  
6214
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