The dwellings of the labouring classes, their arrangement and construction: illustrated by a reference to the model houses of the Society for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes, and other buildings recently erected : being an essay, read January 21, 1850, at the Royal Institute of British Architects with plans and elevations of dwellings adapted to towns, as well as to agricultural and manufacturing districts
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