The Art journal illustrated catalogue: the industry of all nations, 1851
[Title page] The Art journal illustrated catalogue: the industry of all nations, 1851, pp. [i]-[ii]
THE AMERICAN BUILDER'S COMPANION; OR, A NEW SYSTEM OF ARCHITECTURE: PARTICULARLY ADAPTED TO THE PRESENT STYLE OF BUILDING IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. ________________ CONTAINING, FORTY FOUR ENGRAVINGS, REPRESENTING, Geometrical Lines Twenty different Designs for Mouldings The five Orders of Architecture, with great alterations, both in size and expense. Glueing up and diminishing of Columns. How to find the different Brackets of a Groind Ceiling. Base and Surbase Mouldings, Architraves, &c. Twenty four different Designs for Cornices, both for external and internal finishing. Stone Window Caps and sills, showing the manner of setting them in a Brick Wall. Sash Frames, Sashes, and Shutters. Straight and Circular Stairs. Roofs and finding the Length and Backing of Hips, either square of bevel. Ornamental Capitals, Mouldings, Friezes, Leaves, and Ceilings. Chimney Pieces. Frontispieces. Urns, Banisters, Key Stones, &c. Plans and Elevations of three Houses for Town, and two for Country. Plans and Elevations for two Meetinghouses. Plan and Elevation for a Summerhouse. Plan and Elevation for a Courthouse.
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