A treatise on civil architecture

Publication Date1759
Remainderin which the principles of that art are laid down, and illustrated by a great number of plates, accurately designed, and elegantly engraved by the best hands. By William Chambers, Member of the Imperial Academy of Arts in Florence, and architect to their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and Princess Dowager of Wales
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