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REPORT 2001 - 08

THE CHIMNEY STACKS OF THE KING'S BASTION BARRACKS:

POSSIBLE CUT-STONE CAPS AND REMOVAL OF THE MID-SLOPE STACKS

OF THE GOVERNOR'S WING

(1713-1758)

BY

ERIC KRAUSE

KRAUSE HOUSE INFO-RESEARCH SOLUTIONS

JANUARY 15, 2001

(Revised: August 20, 2005)

[The original, corrected formatted version of this report exists at: ../wpreport/200108.WPD ]


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

(I) NARRATIVE: A SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS

(A) THE CASE FOR CUT-STONE CHIMNEY STACKS: RECOMMENDATIONS

(B) THE MID-SLOPE BARRACK S CHIMNEY STACKS LOCATED IN THE NORTH ROOF VALLEYS OF THE GOVERNOR'S PAVILION (SOUTH): RECOMMENDATIONS

(II) KEY DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS: WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATIVE AND INTERPRETATIVE

(III) A CHIMNEY STACK AND ROOF SELECTION: SELECT PAGES FROM RON WAY'S " THE CHATEAU ST. LOUIS, AS BUILT 1720-1745"