Cadell, Robert – Sketch of Cockenzie House, Windsor, NSW c. 1845

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Cadell, Robert – Sketch of Cockenzie House, Windsor, NSW

circa 1845

This sketch depicts a long-lost building from the early 19th century in Windsor, NSW: extensive research available on request.

Robert Cadell was Scottish, best known for being Sir Walter Scott’s publisher. His brother Thomas, however, came out to Australia in 1834, and settled in Windsor, opening a successful brewery in 1844.
The building shown here no longer exists, but can be seen in an 1879 photograph. It appears to be an 1820’s building, which is shown in an 1842 map, and was directly over the road from the 1815 Macquarie Arms, which still exists.

Framed in an original 19th century birds-eye maple frame.

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23x15cm

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Robert Cadell was Scottish, best known for being Sir Walter Scott’s publisher. His brother Thomas, however, came to Australia in 1834, and settled in Windsor, opening a successful brewery in 1844. This building no longer exists, but can be seen in an 1879 photograph. It appears to be an 1820’s building, which shows on an 1842 map, and was over the road from the 1815 Macquarie Arms, which still exists.

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