Rural Architecture: Consisting of Regular Designs of Plans and Elevations for Buildings in the Country. In which the Purity and Simplicity of the Art of Designing are Variously Exemplified, with Such Remarks and Explanations as are Conducive to Render the Subject Agreeable. Illus. with Fifty Quarto Copper-plates. London, Printed for the Author, 1750

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Gregg International, 1971 - Architecture - 8 pages
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