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  • [Info] Andrea Palladio's Architecture, In Four Books: Containing a Dissertation on the Five Orders and ye Most Necessary Observations Relating to All Kinds of Building (revised by Hoppus; London: Printed for B. Cole and J. Wilcox, 1736), by Andrea Palladio and E. Hoppus, illust. by Inigo Jones
Filed under: Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plans -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] Grotesque Architecture, Or, Rural Amusement: Consisting of Plans, Elevations, and Sections, for Huts, Retreats, Summer and Winter Hermitages, Terminaries, Chinese, Gothic, and Natural Grottos, Cascades, Baths, Mosques, Moresque Pavilions, Grotesque and Rustic Seats, Green-houses, &c., Many of Which May Be Executed with Flints, Irregular Stones, Rude Branches, and Roots of Trees; The Whole Containing Twenty-eight New Designs, with Scales to Each: To Which is Added, an Explanation, with the Method of Executing Them (London: Printed for I. and J. Taylor, 1790), by William Wrighte
Filed under: Architecture, Domestic -- England -- Designs and plans -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] The Temple Builder's Most Useful Companion, Being Fifty Entire New Original Designs for Pleasure and Recreation: Consisting of Plans, Elevations, and Sections, in the Greek, Roman, and Gothic Taste, Calculated for the Ornamenting of Parks, Forests, Woods, Gardens, Canals, Eminences, Extensive Views, Mounts, Vistos, Islands, &c.; Together with a Full Explanation, in Letter Press, to Each Design, and Exact Scales for Measurement (London: Printed for I. Taylor, 1774), by Thomas Collins Overton, illust. by Isaac Taylor
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  • [Info] The Florist: Containing Sixty Plates of the Most Beautiful Flowers Regularly Dispos'd in Their Succession of Blowing, To Which is Added an Accurate Description of Their Colours, with Instructions for Drawing and Painting Them According to Nature, Being a New Work Intended for the Use and Amusement of Gentlemen and Ladies Delighting in That Art (London: Printed for R. Sayer et al., ca. 1770), by Carington Bowles
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