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REPORT 2000 - 140

THE KING'S HOSPITAL - A STRUCTURAL HISTORY
OF LOUISBOURG'S BLOCK 13 ROYAL HOSPITAL
1713 - 1960

BY

ERIC KRAUSE

KRAUSE HOUSE INFO-RESEARCH SOLUTIONS

AUGUST 21, 2000

(Fortress of Louisbourg Report 
RA983.L4K72000 [2000-140])

(Revised December 22, 2000)

[The original, correctly formatted version exists at: EricKrauseReports/2000140.WPD ]


TABLE OF CONTENTS


PREFACE

NARRATIVE REPORT:  A CHRONOLOGY OF BUILT  AND PROPOSED FEATURES

PART ONE: A CHRONOLOGY OF BUILT AND PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION EVENTS (1713 - 1960)

PART TWO: AN INTERPRETATION OF BUILT EVENTS: HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION CHECK LIST (1744 - 1745)

(I) HOSPITAL - Rue d'Orléans

(II) BAKERY/WASH-HOUSE - Rue Royalle/Rue d'Estrées east Pavilion, housing the Bakery/Wash-House

(III) STOREHOUSE/STABLES/MENAGERIE- Rue Royalle/Rue Dauphine west Pavilion, housing the Storehouse/Stables/Menagerie

(IV) PERIMETER PROPERTY FENCES - Rue d'Estrées, Rue Dauphine, and Rue Royalle

(V) LANDSCAPE FEATURES - Terrace and Inner Courtyard

PART THREE: REPRODUCED MAPS AND PLANS (1713 - 1960)