The carpenter's assistant : containing a succinct account of Egyptian, Grecian and Roman architecture. Also, a description of the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and composite orders; together with specifications, practical rules and tables for carpenters, and a glossary of architectural terms. Embellished with upwards of 200 plates of plans, elevations, details, and practical stair-building / by William Brown, architect ; revised, improved and enlarged, with additions on rural architecture, embracing plans, elevations, grounds, &c. &c., of cottages, villas, and farm-buildings, including new and valuable designs for church edifices by Lewis E. Joy, architect.
|Main Author:||Brown, William (Architect)|
|Related Names:||Joy, Lewis E.|
Boston : Edward Livermore, 1854.
Architecture > Orders.
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