Newspaper cutting re. new facade to the Greyhound Hotel, High Street July 1842
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The completion of the new frontage to the Greyhound Hotel, one of the hostelries of this city, calls for notice in our columns, especially as the style adopted is new to Bath, and forms a picturesque change from the otherwise monotonous character of our street architecture. Considerable improvements have been made inside the hotel, and increased accommodation afforded. The works have been carried out by Mr S. G. Mitchell, from designs, and under the direction of Mr C. J. Phipps F.S.A. of this city and London.
Hunt Vol P.96
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Bath Central Library