Pain, William (1730?-1790?) / The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor containing a great variety of useful designs in carpentry and architecture; the five orders laid down by an entire new scale.
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Ditto with strong fir lath and four-penny nails washed for painters, at per yard Floated lath and plaister, set in plaister and putty Ditto in groins Lath and plaister in heads of niches per foot Stucco on bricks per yard Ditto on lath Circular ditto Stucco on laths in pannels Bead and quirk to quoins per foot run Plain mouldings 5 inches girth per foot Circular ditto Plain plaister cornices per foot superficial Dental ditto Block cornices with leaves in the block and flowers in coffers per foot Ditto three members enriched, mutules with bells and flowers in coffers per foot Plain Ionic modillion-cornice per foot superficial Ditto two members enriched modillions and flowers in coffers whited per foot Corinthian cornice plain per foot superficial Ditto fully enriched from Contents Price of Bricklayers work Price of Carpenters work Price of Joiners work Price of Stair-case work Price of Sashes and frames Prices of Wainscot and Mahogany with labour circular mouldings &c Church work as desks, pews, &c circular and uncircular Rack and manger, pale fencing, lattice partitions, run of grooving Oak and fir scantlings Price of masons work in general Price of painters, glaziers, plumbers, and smiths work with plaister work and ornaments
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