Ornamental architecture in the Gothic, Chinese and modern taste, [electronic resource] : being above fifty intire new designs of plans, sections, elevations, &c. (many of which may be executed with roots of trees) for gardens, parks, forests, Woods, Canals, &c. Containing Paling of several Sorts, Gates, Garden Seats, both close and open, Umbrello's, Alcoves, Grotto's and Grotesque Seats, Hermitages, Triumphal Arches, Temples, Banqueting Houses and Rooms, Rotundo's, Observatories, Ice-Houses, Bridges, Boats, and Cascades, also, An Obelisk or Monument, with Directions where proper to be erected, and the Method how to execute them. The Whole neatly Engrav'd On Fifty Four Copper-Plates. From the designs of Charles Over, architect.
- London : printed for Robert Sayer, opposite Fetter-Lane, Fleet-Street, MDCCLVIII. 
8p.,54 plates ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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