The carpenter and joiner's assistant. Being a comprehensive treatise on the selection, preparation, and strength of materials, and the mechanical principles of framing, with their application in carpentry, joinery, and hand-railing; also, a course of instruction in practical geometry, geometrical lines, drawing, projection, and perspective; and an illustrated glossary of terms used in architecture and building. By James Newlands.
|Main Author:||Newlands, James, 1813-1871.|
|Related Names:||White, John (Architect)|
Glasgow, Blackie, 1869.
"Projected by Mr. John White, author of Rural architecture, who prepared the greater number of the drawings for the plates, but died before he could supply any portion of the text."--Pref.
Environ Dsgn fTH5604.N4 1869: ENVI Rare
xiii, 291 p.
illus., 111 [i.e. 115] plates, diagrs.
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