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Letters: Praise for England's first 'Architecte'

May I point our that our challenge in procuring special handmade bricks for the recent restoration of Hill Hall, Essex, (aj/Brick Bulletin 29.10.98) was brought on by the need for 150,000 bricks, not 15,000 as stated. Curiously, 150,000 was also the number of bricks which were clamp-fired on site in 1578 to finish off the service wing.

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