A Description of Houghton Hall, continued: The Marble Parlour, the Hall, the Gallery

Author Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford British

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Page 6 of 9 listing the pictures in the main rooms at Houghton Hall, with titles, artists, dimensions and short descriptions. The Hall is said to contain mostly antique sculptures (busts and heads). A poem by Ben Johnson is quoted, and further comments by Horace Walpole included.

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