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John Aislabie

(1670—1742) politician

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Hall Barn

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Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, England, is a late 17th-century house built for the poet and statesman Edmund Waller. The garden is chiefly the work of his grandson Edmund Waller III, in the...

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Studley Royal

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Fountains, North Yorkshire, England, was made, from 1716, by John Aislabie. In the fine wooded valley of the river Skell he laid out a great landscape garden which was at ...

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William Aislabie

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(1700–81), English landowner and landscaper, son of John Aislabie. He added to the Studley Royal landscape between 1730 and 1768, in particular by acquiring the Cistercian Fountains Abbey,...

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