Langley, Batty, 1696-1751 / The city and country builder's and workman's treasury of designs, or, The art of drawing and working the ornamental parts of architecture
[Title page] The city and country builder's and workman's treasury of designs: or the art of drawing and working the ornamental parts of architecture., p. 
The City and Country BUILDER's and WORKMAN's TREASURY of DESIGNS: or the ART of DRAWING and WORKING the Ornamental PARTS of ARCHITECTURE Illuftrated by upwards of Four Hundered Grand Defigns, neatly engraved on One Hundered and Eighty-fix COPPER-PLATES, for Piers, | Pavements, | Obelifques, Gates, | Frets, | Pedeftals, for Doors, | Gulochi's, | Sun-Dials, Windows, | Pulpits, | Bufto's, and Niches, | Types, | Stone Tables, Buffets, | Alter-Pieces, | Book-Cafes, Cifterns, | Monuments, | Cielings, and Chimney-Pieces | Fonts, | Iron Works. Tabernacle-Frames | | Proportioned by ALIQUOT PARTS. With an APPENDIX of Fourteen PLATES of Truffes for Girders and Beams, different sorts of Rafters, and a Variety of Roofs, &c. To which are prefixed, The Five Orders of Columns, acording to ANDREA PALLADIO; whole Members are Proportioned by ALIQUOTE PARTS, in a more eafy Manner than has yet been done. The WHOLE interfperfed With fure RULES for working all the varieties of Raking Members in Pediments, Modillions, &c. The like, for the immediate Ufe of WORKMEN, never publifhed before, in any Language. By B.L. LONDON, Printed for S. Harding: And Sold by B. Dod, in Ave-Mary-Lane; and J. Marks, on the Pavement in St. Martin's-Lane. 1756.
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