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HAGGITT, John (fl. 1813)
Two letters to a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries on the subject of gothic architecture: containing a refutation of Dr. Milner's objections to Mr. Whittington's Historical survey of the ecclesiastical edifices of France. And an inquiry into the eastern origin of the gothic, or pointed style. By the Rev. John Haggitt, rector of Ditton, Cambridgeshire.
Cambridge printed by J. Smith, printer to the University; for Messrs. Cadell and Davies, London, 1813.
[4], 67, [1], [69*]--70*, [1], 70--122 p., engr. frontis., [4] pl. ; 25.3 cm. (8°)

Whittington's Historical survey was published in 1809 (q.v.). Octavo in fours. Pagination is irregular; the 'Postscript' (pp. [69*]--70*) is an added leaf inserted after I2. BAL Early printed books, no. 1422.

Binding Original C19th grey paper boards, printed spine label 'Haggitt On Gothic Architecture'.

Reference Number 2408


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