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WILLERSLEY CASTLE Seat of Richard Arkwright Esq. Derbyshire 
Engraved by W. B. G. Cooke from a drawing by H. Moore

WILLERSLEY CASTLE
Seat of Richard Arkwright Esq.
Derbyshire.
Engraved by W. B. G. Cooke from a drawing by H. Moore

Early engraving of Willersley Castle from the banks of the River Derwent, published less than twenty years after the property was built. Note the view of St. Mary's Chapel on the right.

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St. Mary's
Painting by Cubley

Engraving from 'The Beauties of England and Wales', by John Britton and Edward Wedlake Brayley, Vol III, published in 1802, Cumberland, Isle of Man, and Derbyshire.
Reproduced here with the very kind permission and help of Sonia Addis Smith.

From the same book, but in other parts of this web site:

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(Cotton manufacture,
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Sir Richard Arkwright)

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and Matlock Dale)