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An essay on British cottage architecture: Being an attempt to perpetuate on principle, that peculiar mode of building, which was originally the effect of chance. Supported by fourteen designs, with their technography, or plans, laid down to scale; comprising dwellings for the peasant and farmer, and retreats for the gentleman; with various observations thereon: the whole extending to twenty-one plates, designed and executed in Aqua-Tinta. By James Malton.

  • Malton, James, -1803.
M.DCC.XCVIII. [1798]
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London : Published by Hookham and Carpenter, Booksellers, Old Bond-Street; and to be had at Taylor's Architectural Library, Holborn; at Egerton's Military Library, Whitehall; of Mr. Wilkinson, map and print-seller, Cornhill; and of the author, No. 17, Norton-Street, Portland-Place, M.DCC.XCVIII. [1798]

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[4],27,[1]p.,21plates ; 40.

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ESTC T89368



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