A collection of designs in architecture, containing new plans and elevations of houses, for general use. With a great variety of sections of rooms ... To which are added, curious designs of stone and timber bridges ... Likewise some screens and pavilions. In two volumes, each containing sixty plates ... engraved on copper.
First published in 1757. Plates 61-65 at end of v. 2 are dated 1758.
LC copy has vols. 1-2 bound together.
Library of Congress. Lessing J. Rosenwald collection, 1756
Gift of Lessing J. Rosenwald, 1943-1975; inscription on flyleaf: James Sisley, Margate, Janu[ar]y 9th, 1854.
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