Halfpenny, William, d. 1755 / Useful architecture / being the last work in this kind of William Halfpenny, architect and carpenter, in twenty-five new designs, with full and clear instructions, in every particular, for erecting parsonage-houses, farm-houses, and inns, with their respective offices, &c. of various dimensions. . .
Plate 19. The plan and elevation of a parsonage, or farm house, framed of timber, on a brick or stone foundation. [pp 73-74 misbound, appearing after pg 76], pp. 70-72
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