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FULCHER, J. (fl. 1813)
Fulcher's hints to noblemen and gentlemen of landed property. How they may build farm houses, cottages, and offices, in a cheap and durable manner without going to the timber merchant's yard for assistance.
St. Alban's Shaw, printer, 1813.
20, [2] p. ; 19.7 cm. (8°)

Price at foot of title-page imprint: 'One Shilling and Sixpence.' The last leaf is a single-page advertisement by Fulcher for a chimney pot invention, a stucco the same as that used by the Carabellas at Ickworth, and miscellaneous building services.

Copy Notes Bound in a volume of miscellaneous pamphlets.

Binding C19th blue paper boards, brown paper spine lettered in ink 'Miscel-/Laneous// Fulchers/ Hints// Pont-Noir// On Brick/ Bond &c./ B[?]'. Later numbered '90' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4129


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