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Army—Knightsbridge Barracks— The Model—Question

Volume 229: debated on Thursday 4 May 1876

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asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether he objects, now that the larger portion of the architect's elevations of Knightsbridge Barracks, as proposed to be re-erected, had been exhibited, to produce a plan of the remaining portions of the intended building, which will extend from the existing Riding School to the western extremity of the barrack site?

in reply, said, that the architectural plans displayed in the tea-room showed the elevations of the officers' quarters, and of the barracks which would be extended on the same elevation, and he thought if that plan were inspected it would give a sufficient idea of the whole work.