Arguments and reasons mentioned in the petition unto the right honourable assembly of the Commons house in Parliament, exhibited by thousands of carpenters, smithes, plaisterers, glasiers, painters, and other handicrafts men. : Declaring, first why houses ought to be repaired in the citties of London and Westminster with the suburbes. Secondly, also why forefronts in new building in the said citties and suburbes ought to bee done with timber, and not with stone and bricke, howbeit notwithstanding former proclamations to that effect: whereby it may iustly appeare the Kings Maiesty hath beene abused, and the citties of London and Westminster likewise greatly wronged. First, for reparing. Secondly, for forefronts of timber.

[London : publisher not identified, 1621?]
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Buildings -- Maintenance -- Early works to 1800.
Buildings -- Repair and reconstruction -- Early works to 1800.
"Showing why houses should be repaired and why forefronts ought to be made of timber rather than stone or brick." -- STC.
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Early English books tract supplement interim guide Harl.7614[119].
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