The theory of chimnies and fire-places investigated; the principle of those recommended by Count Rumford, fully explained, and their Construction Improved: and a Great Improvement, on a Principle Very Little Known, and in a Manner Never Practised. To which is added, a method of preparing houses and Ships, at Little Expence, in such a manner, that, in of fire, it may be extinguished with the Utmost Ease and Certainty. By Thomas Danforth, Esq. Formerly a Fellow of the Corporation of Harvard University, at Cambridge, in America.
- Danforth, Thomas, 1772-1817.
A new collection of chimney pieces, ornamented in the style of the Etruscan, Greek, and Roman architecture; containing thirty six designs, Suitable to the most elegant Range of Apartments; With descriptions of the plates in English and French. Composed, etched and engraved in aquatinta by George Richardson, architect. = Nouveau recueil de cheminées Ornees Dans le Stile De L'Architecture Etrusque, Grecque, & Romaine, Contenant Trente Six Desseins, Sortables aux appartements les plus elegants; Avec Les Descriptions des Planches en Anglois & en François. Composés & gravés en aquatinta par George Richardson, architecte.
- Richardson, George, 1736?-1817?.
- MDCCLXXXI.