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College Gateway, Maidstone, Kent. Line engraving by H. Adlard after W.H. Bartlett.

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Lettering: College Gateway, Maidstone. Engraved by H. Adlard ; drawn by Bartlett.
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Title: College Gateway, Maidstone, Kent. Line engraving by H. Adlard after W.H. Bartlett.
Description:
Lettering: College Gateway, Maidstone.
Engraved by H.
Adlard ; drawn by Bartlett.

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