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.
Contents. Plate 102 to 104 Designs for green-house, hot -house, &c. 105 Coach-house and stable. 106 Farm-house, brew-house, and laundry, with farm-yard, and barn, adapted to a nobleman or gentleman's country-seat. 107 Design for a timber bridge. 108 to 110 Design for a church, with sections two ways. 111, 112 Designs for pulpit and altar-piece. 113 to 118 Designs for chimney-pieces. 119 to 120 Mouldings, with their proper embellishments. 121Vine leaves and grapes, oak leaves and acorns. 122, 123 Vases and pedestals for sun dials. 124, 125 Designs for gateways to a nobleman or gentleman's house. 126 to 130 Designs for shop-fronts. 131 to 136 Stair-cases. 137 to 140 Sections of a library to plate 97. 141 to 145 Section of a dining-room and ceiling to ditto.
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