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LOUDON, John Claudius (1783--1843)
Engravings, with descriptions, illustrative of the difference between the modern style of rural architecture and the improvement of scenery, and that displayed in A treatise on country residences, and practised by Mr. Loudon.
London: printed by C. Whittingham; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807.
16 p., 8 pl. ; 29.3 cm. (4º)

The 8 plates are reprinted with a concise description from Loudon's Treatise on forming, improving, and managing country residences, 1806 (2nd ed. 1812, q.v.). Half-title reads: 'The modern and approaching style of rural improvement'.

Copy Notes Bound with an 8 page catalogue of Works published ... by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807 (q.v.).

Binding Original C19th grey paper boards, 'Loudon. Rural Architecture' written in ink on paper spine-label.

Reference Number 2685


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