Fountains for Bath 1850

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Bath & Cheltenham Gazette, 5th June 1850. An article on 6th November also said that fountains were planned not only for the Royal Crescent, but also for St. James's Square, Victoria Park, The Circus, Queen Square, and Laura Place. The Bath Herald, 3rd May 1851, reveals that the plans were abandoned due to 'general indifference manifested by the public and the luke-warmness of the majority of the committee'. See Image Ref. 12224.

SKU: 12225

CABINET ID: 197560

COLLECTION REFERENCE: Peach IV Old and New p.116 IOB 1016

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Bath Central Library

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library