flight of steps by which you ascend from the hall to the apartments was thought noble enough by Kent to be borrowed for Holkam. His son, John Talman, resided much in Italy, and made a large collection of prints and drawings, particularly of churches and altars, many of which were done by himself. Mr. Sadler had many altars and insides of churches at Rome, washed by him in their proper colours, and very well executed. In the same manner he drew several of Lord Oxford's curiosities. A few of his drawings are in the library of the Antiquarian Society.
was an architect, and rebuilt the steeple of Warwick church, after it had been burned. 2____________________