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arches Architrave Freeze ashlars Astragal base and capital Base and cornice Base&plin bead and flush beds of pedestal Breadth bricks thick Brought forward Carried forward chimnies Cill Column 2 feet Contents continued Cost of Materials Cube measure Description Ditto Ditto Ditto of column Ditto One foot ditto Plain entablature Carried feet 0 inches feet clear Flooring foot lineal foot of entablature Freeze Cornice garret story groin hall door inches thick Incidental matters including base including Pedestal Inside face IONIC ORDER jambs Joists lead and dowels Length Mahogany measure in pedestal mineses Molded Neat expense Pedestal and Entablature pediment perches pillasters Plain plinth plaistering Plank plin plinth to column Portland stone Prime Cost principal stories profit to Contractor quoins rabbeted Rafters roof sash frames scantling Shaft Ditto soffits Spandrill steps stone Sunk superficial foot Table LXXIII thrice Timber Top bed Value in Granate Value in Portland Workmanship
Page 349 - ditto 18 ditto 19 ditto 20 ditto 21 ditto 22 ditto 23 ditto 24 ditto
Page 353 - Ditto, 6 ditto Ditto, 7 ditto Ditto, 8 ditto Ditto, 9 ditto Ditto,
Page 175 - or half column, &c. A pilaster capital on the face is one quarter, &c. The Ionic capital, in
Page 126 - at the inner circle, as they cannot extend beyond the thickness of one brick at the crown,
Page 141 - flues, &c. in the solidity of the walls, as if they were built up ; then to measure the reveals, arches,
Page 142 - by 18, and that quotient by 21, will give the perches contained. Example.
Page 348 - great waste, and more time expended than if they had been square windows
Page 359 - flated, and picked in with fine green, ornaments white and pink colours, ditto