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Frontispiece from William Halfpenny's 'The Builder's Pocket-Companion'

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Halfpenny, William (d. 1755)
SOURCE: William Halfpenny. The Builder's pocket-companion. shewing an easy and practical method for laying down lines ... the proportions whereof are taken from the immortal Andrew Palladio (London, 1731), frontispiece

Frontispiece to Francis Price's 'The British carpenter'

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Price, Francis (c.1704-1753)
SOURCE: Francis Price. The British carpenter: or, A treatise on carpentry (London, 1735), frontispiece NOTES: This edition includes`A Supplement to the British carpenter: containing Palladio's orders of architecture ...'

Frontispiece to supplementary pages in Francis Price's 'The British carpenter' detailing Andrea Palladio's orders of architecture, incorporating a portrait of Palladio himself

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Price, Francis (c.1704-1753)
SOURCE: Francis Price. The British carpenter: or, A treatise on carpentry (London, 1735), frontispiece to 'Palladio's own pages', after p. 52 NOTES: This edition includes`A Supplement to the British carpenter: containing Palladio's orders of architecture ...'

Frontispiece to Batty Langley's 'Ancient masonry, both in the theory and practice'

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SOURCE: Batty Langley. Ancient masonry, both in the theory and practice (London, 1736), vol. I, frontispiece

A Dictionarial index to Batty Langley's 'Ancient masonry, both in the theory and practice'

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SOURCE: Batty Langley. Ancient masonry, both in the theory and practice (London, 1736), vol. I, dictionary index page

Frontispiece to Batty Langley's 'The Builder's chest book'

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Langley, Batty (1696-1751)
SOURCE: Batty Langley. The Builder's chest-book; or A complete key to the five orders of columns in architecture (London, 1727), frontispiece

Frontispiece to Batty Langley's 'The Builder's director'

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Langley, Batty (1696-1751)
SOURCE: Batty Langley. The builder's director or bench-mate: being a pocket-treasury of the Grecian, Roman, and Gothic orders of architecture (London, 1751), frontispiece

Explanatory index to Batty Langley's 'The Builder's director' for young students of architecture

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Langley, Batty (1696-1751)
SOURCE: Batty Langley. The builder's director or bench-mate: being a pocket-treasury of the Grecian, Roman, and Gothic orders of architecture (London, 1751), p. 8

Frontispiece to William Salmon's publication 'Palladio Londinensis: or, the London art of building'

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SOURCE: William Salmon. Palladio Londinensis: or, the London art of building (London, 1734), frontispiece

Clarendon House, Piccadilly, London: text describing the history of the house

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SOURCE: Londina illustrata, vol. 1 (London, 1819), page facing pl. 94 NOTES: Clarendon House, or Albemarle House, was erected by Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, during the reign of Charles II. It was sold by its next owner, the Duke of Albemarle, in 1683 and was demolished for development. Albemarle Street runs through the centre of the site of the house.

Title page of F. Arundale's 'The edifices of Andrea Palladio'

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
SOURCE: Francis Arundale. The Edifices of Andrea Palladio, forming a selection from his most admired buildings, from drawings and measurements taken at Vicenza (London, 1832), title page

Page spread from Casabella, July 1933, showing a house in Mantua

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Pozzi, Fernando
SOURCE: Casabella, vol. 6, 1933 July, p. 20-21
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