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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 pavillions, 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. By William Wright, architect,

  • Wrighte, William.
Date
[1790?]
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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for I. Taylor, nearly opposite Great Turn-Stile, Holborn, [1790?]

Physical description

13,[3]p.,plates ; 80.

Contributors

Edition

A new edition.

References note

ESTC N30872

Languages

  • English


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