City & Country Builder's & Workman's Treasury
The city and country builder's and workman's treasury of designs, or The art of drawing and working the ornamental parts of architecture. Illustrated by upwards of four hundred grand designs, neatly engraved one hundred and eighty-fix Copper plates, for piers, gates, doors, windows, niches, buffets, cisterns, chimney pieces, tabernacle frames, pavements, frets, gulochi's, pulpits, types, altar pieces, monuments, fonts, obelisques, pedestals, for sun-dials, busto's and stone tables, book-cafes, ceilings and iron works.
Proprortioned by Aliquot Pars, with an appendix of fourteen plates of strusses for girders and beams, different sorts of rafters, and a variety of roofs, etc to which are prefixed the five orders of columns, according to Andrea Palladio, whose members are apportioned by Aliquot Pars, in a more easy manner, than has yet been done. The whole interspersed with sure rules for working all the varieties of raking members in pediments, modilions, etc. the like, for the immediate use of workmen, never published before in any language
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