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The practical builder

Or, Workman's general assistant; shewing the most approved and easy methods for drawing and working the whole or separate part of any building; as, the use of the tramel for groins, angle brackets, niches, &c. ... Ruled of carpentry, to find the length and backing of hips strait or curved; trusses for roofs, domes, &c. ... The proportion of the five orders in their general and particular parts ... With plans and elevations of gentlemen's and farm-houses, barns, &c

William Pain

(Item: mdp.39015039678274)

This copy is from The University of Michigan collection.

202 pages, published in 1789.

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