Repton, Humphry, 1752-1818 / Fragments on the theory and practice of landscape gardening: including some remarks on Grecian and Gothic architecture, collected from various manuscripts, in the possession of the different noblemen and gentlemen, for whose use they were originally written; the whole tending to establish fixed principles in the respective arts
Gardens of Cobham Hall, Kent
GARDENS OF COBHAM HALL, KENT, A SEAT OF TIE EARL OF DARNLEY. PARK to North East. P . Nh PARK to North West. PARK to South East. PARK to South West. A the Entrance Court, now a Flower Garden, over which the Park is seen from the Music Room, Library, Dining-rooms, Hall, &c. By two wings a quadrangle is formed about 200 feet on each side ; that to the South contains the Family and Private Apartments; that to the North, the Dining-room, Chapel, and State Bed below stairs, and over them the Picture Gallery on the level of the Terrace Garden.-B the Court of Offices.-C Stables.-D Melon and Forcing Garden-.E Trellis Garden.-F Irregular Modern Flower Garden.-G Fruit and Kitchen Garden.-H Menagerie.-I Regular Antique Terrace Garden.-K Private Garden, over which the Park is seen from the Pri- vate Apartments raised on a Terrace.-L Soutterein Walk passing under the back road. M the present Entrance by an arched Porte Cochere, over which the Walk passes to the Terrace Garden.-N the Direction of principal Approach from whence the View is taken. O the direction of the back road crossing the Soutterein.-S S Shrubbery and Planta- tions surrounding the whole, and placing it in a Garden.
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