A collection of designs in architecture, containing new plans and elevations of houses, for general use. : With a great variety of sections of rooms; from a common room, to the most grand and magnificent. Their decoration, viz. bases, surbases, architraves, freezes [sic], and cornices, properly inriched with foliages, frets and flowers, in a new and grand taste. With margins and mouldings for the panelling. All large enough for practice, to which are added curious designs of stone and timber bridges, extending from twenty feet to two hundred and twenty, in one arch. Likewise some screens and pavilions. : In two volumes. Each containing sixty plates, curiously engraved on copper. /
Printed by R. Bell, next door to St. Paul's Church, in Third-Street.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 14481. |
|Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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