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King Alfred’s Castle: Or, How to Memorialise the Yorkshire Petition of 1769

Abstract:
King Alfred’s Castle, constructed for the Yorkshire merchant Jeremiah Dixon in the summer of 1769, is an important example of the politicisation of the landscape in a contested decade. This is the first detailed study of the Gothic folly, which situates this mercantile intervention into landscape gardening within its provincial and national contexts.
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Oxford, HUM
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New Arcadian Press
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Publication date:
2013-04-01
Acceptance date:
2016-05-01
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0262-558X
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638942
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2016-08-17

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