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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Chennai / Madras 3: British Churches: Photo 20

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The walls are heavy with monuments, some extremely verbose, like this one, for Josiah "Sri" Webbe, the first chief secretary to the Madras government. He's shown with four mourners: a Hindu, a Muslim, a civil servant, and a military officer. The sculptures are by John Flaxman, a prominent and prolific creator of such monuments.

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