An essay on rural architecture, illustrated with original and oeconomical designs: being an attempt, also, to refute, by analogy, the principles of Mr. James Malton's essay on "British cottage architecture," supported by several designs: to which are added, rural retreats and villas ... ideas for park-entrances, a mausoleum, and a design for the naval pillar ... the whole comprising thirty plates, in aquatinta ...
Printed by the Philanthropic Society, 1803 - Architecture, Domestic - 52 pages
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