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An essay on the origin and progress of Gothic architecture : with reference to the ancient history and present state of the remains of such architecture in Ireland, to which was awarded the prize proposed by the Royal Irish Academy for the best essay on that subject / by Thomas Bell ; with lithographic illustrations, printed by C. Hullmandel.

Main Author: Bell, Thomas, fl. 1829.
Related Names: Wakeman, William Frederick , publisher., Hullmandel, Charles Joseph 1789-1850, lithographer.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin : Published by William Frederick Wakeman, d'Olier Street, and Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster Row, London, MDCCCXXIX [1829]
Subjects: Architecture, Gothic > Ireland.
Lithographs > Ireland > 19th century.
Physical Description: [2], xvi, [3], 18-270 p., 7 leaves of plates : ill. (lithographs) ; 23 cm (8vo)
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