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The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs

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Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652
The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs
Volume 2
London, England: Printed for Benjamin White, at Horace's Head, Fleet-Street, 1770
2 v. in 1 ([18] p., [52] leaves of plates (some double, some folded) ; [18] p., [47] leaves of plates (some double, some folded)) : chiefly ill., plans ; 54 cm.

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[Title page] The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs. Volume II, pp. [A] ff.

[Contents] A table of the plates contained in the second volume, pp. B-D ff.

[Title page] Les desseins du celebre Inigo Jones, consistant en plans et elevations, pour des edifices publics et des batimens particuliers. Publiés par Guillaume Kent, augmentés de quelques desseins d'autres maitres. Tome II

[Contents] Table des planches contenues dans le second tome, pp. E-H

[Plate 1] The general plan and elevation of a country-house, with out-houses, barns, stables, &c. The rooms on this plan are 12 feet high; over which are chambers of 10 feet high. The principal dimensions of the plan are figured, p. 1

[Plate 2, 3] The general plan and elevation of a larger design for a country-house, with out-houses &c. The rooms on this plan are 13 feet high, over which are chambers of the same height, except the great room over the hall, which includes the attic story, p. 2, 3

[Plate 4] The lower plan and elevation of a house; the rooms on this plan are 14 feet high, over them are chambers of 12 feet high, upon which is an attic story, p. 4

[Plate 5] The upper plan and elevation of a lodge, with an Ionic portico; the rooms below are 12 feet high, and those of the plan 13 feet high, p. 5

[Plate 6] The lower plan and elevation of a house; the rooms on the plan, are 15 feet high; the chambers over them, are the same height; the great room behind, includes both stories. Over the whole is an attic story, whose windows are in the frieze of the entablature, which encompasses the building, p. 6

[Plate 7] The principal plan and elevation of a house; the rooms of the plan are 20 feet high, over which are chambers 18 feet high; the great-room backwards, includes both stories, having a gallery at the end supported by Ionic-pillars; with an attic story over the whole, p. 7

[Plate 8] The lower plan and principal front of a house, with a portico of the composite order, belonging to His Grace the Duke of Queensbury. The rooms of the plan are 11 feet high, p. 8

[Plate 9] The principal plan and elevation of the other front of the foregoing house. The rooms of the plan are 12 feet high, except the great room in the front, which includes the attic story. The circular stairs, which are within the great stairs, are continued up to the cupola, p. 9

[Plate 10] The plan of the first floor of a house designed by the Earl of Burlington; the rooms of the plan are 20 feet high, those over them are the same height, except the great room over the hall, which is cov'd in to the roof, p. 10

[Plate 11] The principal front of the foregoing plan, p. 11

[Plate 12] The plans of the first and second stories with the elevation of the principal front of a house with a arcade, design'd by the Earl of Burlington. The lower rooms are 20 feet high, those above them are 18 feet high; the great room is 30 feet high, cov'd into the roof, and over the other rooms is an attic story, p. 12

[Plate 13] The principal plan with the elevation and section of a house, having an arcade to each front. The rooms of the plan are 18 feet high, those above are 14 feet. The great room in the middle includes both stories, about which is a gallery which leads to the upper rooms, p. 13

[Plate 14] The principal plan and elevation of a house, with porticos of the Corinthian order. The rooms of the plan are 14 feet high, over which is an attic story, except over the octagon room, which rises in a pavilion above the roof, and receives its light from windows near the top, p. 14

[Plate 15] The plan of the first story with the elevation of the principal front of a house, with an arcade, standing on a terras [terrace], about which is a ballustrade [balustrade]. The rooms of the plan are 18 feet high; those above them are 16 feet high, except the middle room which comes over the arcade to the front, and includes the attic story. The windows of the attic story are in the frieze of the entablature that encompasses the building, p. 15

[Plate 16] The principal plan and elevation of a circular building, with a portico of the Corinthian order. The rooms of the plan are 16 feet and an half high, over which are lodging rooms for servants, which receive their light from the hall, whose top rises in a pavilion above the roof, supported by pillars of the same order with the portico, p. 16

[Plate 17] The plan, elevation and section of an octagonal building with a Doric portico, within which is a circular court, with Corinthian pillars; round it are rooms 16 feet high, and an attic story. The great room backwards includes both stories, p. 17

[Plate 18] The plan, elevation and section of an octagonal building with porticos of the Doric order, in the middle of which is a octagon hall rising in a pavilion above the roof, which is supported by Corinthian pillars. The rooms of the plan are 16 feet high, upon which is an attic story, except over the two great rooms adjoining to the hall. The windows of the attic story are in the entablature of the building, p. 18

[Plate 19] The plan and elevation of a large circular building with Ionic porticos; in the middle is a circular court, round which is a colonade [colonnade] of the same order. The outer-rooms of the plan are twenty-two feet and an half high, the inner ones are fifteen feet high, and over these is an attic story, whose windows look into the court. The circular rooms rise in pavilions above the roof, whence they receive their light, p. 19

[Plate 20] The plan of a square building, with an arcade and portico, having a large circular court in the middle, round which is a colonade [colonnade]. The principal rooms are 20 feet high; the inner rooms are 12 feet high, with half stories over them for lodgings for servants. The principal rooms of the second story are 18 feet high, except the great room over the arcade and passages, which is cov'd into the roof; the inner rooms are 10 feet high, with half stories over them as before, p. 20

[Plate 21] A principal front of the foregoing building with the arcade, p. 21

[Plate 22] The lower plan of a design for Belvoir-Castle; the rooms of which are 15 feet high. In the hall which goes through the house, are pillars of the Ionic order. Within the breaks of the building, are terrases [terraces] to the height of the first plinth, p. 22

[Plate 23] The plan of the principal floor of the foregoing building; the rooms of which are 18 feet high. The great room in the middle includes the attic story. The two principal bed-chambers have alcoves with columns, p. 23

[Plate 24] A principal front of the foregoing building, p. 24

[Plate 25, 26] The lower plan of a building with four distinct apartments; in the middle of which is an octagonal court, which hath porticos in the two principal stories. The rooms in this plan are 19 feet high, the rooms over them are 15 feet high, upon which is an attic story, except over the two great rooms supported by pillars, which includes the attic story, p. 25, 26

[Plate 27] A front of the foregoing building, with the pavilions over the two side-apartments, p. 27

[Plate 28, 29] The lower plan of a building in four apartments, with porticos in each front. The principal rooms on this plan are 25 feet high, the other rooms are 16 feet high, with a half story over them. The rooms of the second story are the same as in this, with an attic story over the lesser rooms. The great hall in the middle, includes both stories, having two orders of pillars, about which is a gallery at the second story. The whole stands on a square terras [terrace] 12 feet high, upon which is a ballustrade [balustrade], which with the building forms four courts, p. 28, 29

[Plate 30] A front of the foregoing building with the terras [terrace] and steps, p. 30

[Plate 31, 32] The lower plan of a palace, with two large courts, about which are colonades [colonnades] of the Doric order, with gateways to the courts; the entrances of the rooms are 27 feet high, as are the rooms on the next plan. Over the middle of the building is a third story which is 24 feet high. The wings have an attic story of 15 feet high. The great room is in the middle, includes the two upper stories, and hath a gallery about it at the third story, p. 31, 32

[Plate 33, 34] A front of the foregoing building, with the section of the colonade [colonnade], p. 33, 34

[Plate 35, 36] The section of the foregoing building with the inner front of one of the wings and colonade [colonnade], p. 35, 36

[Plate 37, 38] The lower plan of a palace consisting of 5 courts with arcades. The rooms of this plan are 20 feet high, those over them are 22 feet high, the third story the same. The vestibule hath Corinthian pillars, and is open at the top. The hall hath two rows of pillars of the Doric order, which support the great room over it, which includes the two upper stories. Over the arcades are galleries in the second story, p. 37, 38

[Plate 39, 40] A principal front of the foregoing palace, p. 39, 40

[Plate 41, 42] A section of the palace through the three courts, with the fronts of the courts, p. 41, 42

[Plate 43] A section of the palace through the middle of the principal fronts with a front of the middle court, p. 43

[Plate 44, 45] The plan of the first floor of a palace with circular porticos, within which is a large court with a Doric colonade [colonnade]. The principal rooms are 30 feet high, the others are 16 feet high with a half-story over them. The rooms of the next story are of the same height, except the pavilion opposite to the principal stair-case, which is supported by pillars. Over the lesser rooms is an attic story. To the fronts are terrases [terraces] with ballustrades [balustrades], which rise by circular steps to the height of the court, p. 44, 45

[Plate 46] A principal front of the foregoing palace, p. 46

[Plate 47, 48] A section of the foregoing palace through the middle of the principal fronts, with the inside of the court, p. 47, 48

[Plate 49, 50] The plan and elevation of a design of a building with porticos in the front. The rooms of this plan are 15 feet high, those over them are 18, except the great room which is cov'd into the roof, and supported by Ionic pillars in the hall. The chambers of the wings are 11 feet high, p. 49, 50

[Plate 51] The plan of the arcade and front of the dormitory at Westminster, design'd by the Earl of Burlington. The arcade is 18 feet high, and over it is the great room for the King's scholars, which is 26 feet high; the inside of which is now finished in a very different manner from what was intended, with an odd stair-case at one end, by another hand, p. 51

[Plate 52, 53] A design for a school and 40 alms-houses by the Earl of Burlington, for Sevenoak in Kent, p. 52, 53

[Plate 54] A plan of the portico which was built at the west end of the old Cathedral of St. Paul's, p. 54

[Plate 55, 56] The elevation of the foregoing portico, with the west front, as repaired and beautified by Inigo Jones, p. 55, 56

[Plate 57, 58] The plan of the Church of Santo Georgio at Venice, built by Palladio, p. 57, 58

[Plate 59] The front of the foregoing church, p. 59

[Plate 60, 61] A section of the foregoing church, through the middle, length-ways, p. 60, 61

[Plate 62, 63] A section of the foregoing church, through the middle, breadth-ways, p. 62, 63

[Plate 64] A view of Wentworth-House, in Yorkshire, the seat of the Most Noble the Marquis of Rockingham, p. 64


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