The ornaments of churches considered, with a particular view to the late decoration of the parish church of St. Margaret Westminster. To which is subjoined, an appendix, containing, the history of the said church; an account of the altar-piece, and stained glass window erected over it; a state of the prosecution it has occasioned; and other papers.
- Hole, William, 1710-1791.
- MDCCLXI. 
An historical description of St. Paul's Cathedral, Containing, 1. The History of the Old Cathedral from it's Foundation; in which many curious Particulars concerning it's ancient Customs, Privileges, and Solemnities, are recited. 2. An Account of the Manner of proceeding in taking down the vast Ruins of the Old Cathedral, with the Discoveries and Observations made upon the Spot by Sir Christopher Wren. 3. A full Description of the founding, building, ornamenting, and finishing the present Structure, with Observations on it's Beauties and Defects. 4. An Explanation of the Entablature, Sculpture, and all the Decorations and Paintings both within and without the Church. 5. A concise Account of every Thing curious that is shewn in it to Strangers. 6. A Comparison of it's Dimensions with those of the Old Church: And of the Dimensions of both with those of St. Peter's at Rome. To which are Added, a Description of the Monument, with an Explanation of its Sculpture, and a Translation of the Latin Inscriptions round it; Also some Conjectures concerning London-Stone and other Roman Remains; And a Review of the Ancient Walls and Gates about the City.
- Henry, David, 1710-1792.
- MDCCLXXXIV. 
The case concerning setting up images or painting of them in churches, writ by the learned Dr. Thomas Barlow late Bishop of Lincoln, upon his suffering such Images to be defaced in his Diocess; wherein it is Disapproved and Condemned by the Statutes and Ecclesiastical Laws of this Kingdom, and the Book of Homilies, &c. Published upon occasion of a painting set up in White-Chappel church.
- Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691.
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 on One Hundred and Eighty-Six 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 Cases, Cielings, and Iron Works. Proportioned by Aliquot Parts. With an Appendix of Fourteen Plates of Trusses for Girders and Beams, different Sorts of Rafters, and a Variety of Roofs, &c. To which are prefixed, The Five Orders of Columns, according to Andrea Palladio; whose Members are proportioned by Aliquot Parts, 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, Modillions, &c. The like, for the immediate Use of Workmen, never published before, in any Language. By B.L.
- Langley, Batty, 1696-1751.