The Carpenter’s Assistant: Containing a Succinct Account of Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Architecture. Also, a description of the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite Orders. . . Revised, Improved, and Enlarged with Additions on Rural Architecture, including Plans Elevations, Grounds &c., &c., of Cottages, Villas, and Farm Buildings.
Worcester: Published by Edward Livermore, 1852. Large 4to. 280 x 215 mm., [11 x 8 ½ inches]. 148 pp. Illustrated with 200 plates of plans, elevations, details, and practical stair-building on 54 plates and in the text. Contemporary sheep, Black leather label with title in gilt on spine; some rubbing..... More