Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 59 on The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the....  Take our survey New!
" The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the gable end, which was of small black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street, as our ancestors, like their descendants, were very much given to outward show... "
Publications - Page 252
by Pennsylvania Society of Colonial Governors - 1916
Full view - About this book

A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1819 - 296 pages
...and picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of New York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed...furnished with abundance of large doors and small window's on every floor, the date of its erection was curiously designated by iron figures on the front,...
Full view - About this book

A history of New-York, from the beginning of the world to the end ..., Volume 2

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1819
...and picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of New York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the gable end, which v/as of small black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street, as our ancestors, like...
Full view - About this book

A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1820 - 520 pages
...New York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally LOYALTY OF WEATHERCOCKS. 177 constructed of wood, excepting the gable end, which...with abundance of large doors and small windows on everyfloor ; the date of its erection was curiously designated by iron figures on the front ; and on...
Full view - About this book

A history of New York: from the beginning of the world to the end of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1820 - 520 pages
...and picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of New York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed...black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street,—as our ancestors, like their descendants, were very much given to outward show, and were...
Full view - About this book

A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1821 - 372 pages
...several learned physicians of this city, have been very efficacious in producing the yellow fever. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the gable-end, which was of small black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street ; as our...
Full view - About this book

A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1821 - 372 pages
...several learned physicians of this city, have been very efficacious in producing the yellow fever. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the gable-end, which was of small black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street ; as our...
Full view - About this book

A History of New York: From the Beginnimg of the World to the End ..., Volume 1

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1824
...picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of New- York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed...were very much given to outward show, and were noted forputting the best leg foremost. The house was always furnished with abundance of large doors and...
Full view - About this book

A history of New York: from the beginning of the world to the end ..., Volume 1

Washington Irving - History - 1824
...picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of New- York at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed...were very much given to outward show, and were noted forputting the best leg foremost. The house was always furnished with abundance of large doors and...
Full view - About this book

A history of New York: from the beginnimg of the world to the end of the ...

Washington Irving - New York (State) - 1824
...and picturesque turns and labyrinths, which distinguish certain streets of NewjYork at this very day. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed...wood, excepting the gable end, which was of small bla<:k and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street, as our ancestors, like their descendants,...
Full view - About this book

Memoirs Concerning the Affairs of Scotland from Queen Anne's Accession to ...

George Lockhart - Scotland - 1824 - 404 pages
...of several learned physicians of this city, have been very efficacious m producing the yellow fever. The houses of the higher class were generally constructed of wood, excepting the gable-end, which was of small black and yellow Dutch bricks, and always faced on the street; as our...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF