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Foulston, Johnlocked



Foulston, John (1772–1841), architect, was a pupil of Thomas Hardwick and set up practice in London in 1796. In 1811 he won the competition for a complex of buildings in Plymouth consisting of a hotel, assembly rooms, and theatre. His success with this important commission established his local reputation, and he moved to ...

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