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Subterraneous Passage

Passage from Panopt
to the River, instead
of being between
two Walks say
15 foot to be covered
viz: arched
thus

1. Covered way for
Chapel Visitors from
Panopt Town in
rainy weather.

2. The outside coverd
with earth, and
turfed and planted
— an artificial line
of hill, for beauty.

Terrace-House

Plan — Advantages

1. Extraordinary
height of walling
considered as a fence
and thence proportionate
degree of
Security — and more
particularly appearance
10 Third or Attic of security.

2. Valuable space
for support of
Fruit trees.

11 Second Floor 3. Support of the
Terrace; Promenade which
beside the pleasurable
purposes it is
may be applied to
13 First Floor as an additional
instrument of security —
being a lodgement
for Watermen.

13 Ground Floor 4. By means of the
Ground promenade
or Coverd Walk
communication
shelterd with
every part of Panopticon
Town and with
the Panopticon Chapel.

5. Prospect of the
Thames from every
Floor above the First
Ground


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The Outer surrounding
Wall to
form the back of
a line of Houses
and to be raised accordingly.

The Roof processed
with a Garden &
Promenade

Where the line is
pierced by streets
viz: by streets at
right angles to the
river, the promenade
to be continued by
bridges.

The Houses will
of course be all of
them single and of
the same height
To give different sizes
some may have longer
fronts than others
while others have
projecting bows.

W Where the line of
Wall makes a turn
the projections to be
round, and castle-form.

In one of the fronts
(interior or exterior)
the wall may be
crenated — battlemented:
with an
iron sufity-bar or
two — horizontal
or perpendicular, in the
niche.

Beam to each
House or every other
House — for hoisting
up flower-pots
&c from the garden
below.


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A bulk
head, square
or round, to the top
of each House, to
give access to the in
Promenade. Quere

The Promenade to
be open to the Inhabitants
at certain
days and hours
variable at the pleasure
of the Governor,
not open on others
When not open, the
exclusion to be effected
by a lock or
padlock on each
Door — the key to
be in the custody of
the Governor.

At one of the bends
or angles, a Public
House with an topped by extraordinary
large
Terrace, for
the reception of company,
with a place
for occasional Fireworks
&c. Concerts

In the middle, an
awning-covered
walk, an Arcade,
the arches capable
of being closed
by unfurling canvas
on the one side or the
other in case of rain,
according to the Wind.

Each beam decorated
by a head in
cast iron — Ex. gr.
1. An animal — Horse,
Lion, &c
2. The King
3. A Convict, from
a cast.


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Each tooth in
the denticulation
of the Battlement
characterized by a
letter large enough
to be read from
below, or even across
the River, constituting
a Legend
appropriate to the
institution

Auspices George 3"
or G.3d
Institute J.B.
Prisons

1 In Emprobarium
3 Proborum 2 xamples Confirmatanance
2 Expence pastliberaterium

Ergasttulum [intra
hice moenia]
inclusion

Delimensqui

Instituate J.B.
Primus Gubernator
Ao Xi 18. .

The privilege of
a Door upon the
Terrace might be
confined to the Houses
in part of the whole

Compose the fronts
of the Houses of
1. Common through Bricks
2. Glazed do
3. Flints.
4. Old and irregular
pieces of Stone
if they can be got
enough.




Identifier: | JB/157/058/002
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 157.

Date_1

1800

Marginal Summary Numbering

Box

157

Main Headings

panopticon

Folio number

058

Info in main headings field

Image

002

Titles

subterraneous passage / terrace-house / staircases

Category

rudiments sheet (brouillon)

Number of Pages

2

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

1798 am

Marginals

Paper Producer

frances wright

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

1798

Notes public

ID Number

53428

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