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A series of plans, for cottages or habitations of the labourer, either in husbandry, or the mechanic arts, adapted as well to towns, as to the country. Engraved on thirty plates. To which is added, an introduction, To which is added, an Introduction, containing many useful Observations on this Class of Building; tending to the Comfort of the Poor and Advantage of the Builder: with Calculations of Expences. By the late Mr. J. Wood, of Bath, Architect.

London: Printed for I. and J. Taylor, At The Architectural Library, No. 56, Holborn , 1792.
A series of plans, for cottages or habitations of the labourer, either in husbandry, or the mechanic arts, adapted as well to towns, as to the country. Engraved on thirty plates. To which is added, an introduction, To which is added, an Introduction, containing many useful Observations on this Class of Building; tending to the Comfort of the Poor and Advantage of the Builder: with Calculations of Expences. By the late Mr. J. Wood, of Bath, Architect. Library Average
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