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Fri Mar 21 17:13:41 2014 UTClccn-n500668390.00A ceremonial desk by Robert Walker, Virginia cabinetmaker0.790.93The London prices of bricklayers materials and works both of new buildings and repairs, justly ascertained ... interspersed with rules for estimating, performing and measuring all kinds of ... brick-works ... the whole arithmetically and geometrically demonstrated : also illustrated with a great variety of designs for plain and rusticated piers, for gates, piazzas, &c., in thirty-two curious copper plates ... /4919216Batty_Langleyn 50066839100988B. L.B. L. (Batty Langley), 1696-1751Batty LangleyLangley, B.Langley, B. 1696-1751Langley, B. (Batty), 1696-1751lccn-n82086492Langley, T.(Thomas)1702-1751egrlccn-n80038415Palladio, Andrea1508-1580lccn-n82143136James, John-1746lccn-n83301450Newgate (Prison : London, England)lccn-n50042682Bowles, Thomas-1767lccn-n85387611Hill, Samuel1766?-1804lccn-n50052208Bowles, John1701-1779lccn-nr96008328Clark, Johnactive 1697-1760lccn-nr93030343Pemberton, Johnd. 1739lccn-no2002049588Lockley, Davidactive 1719-1728Langley, Batty1696-1751Handbooks, manuals, etcPictorial worksDesigns and plansBibliographyDrawingsHistoryArchitecture--DetailsArchitecture--OrdersArchitectureDecoration and ornament, ArchitecturalArchitecture, GothicEnglandBuilding--EstimatesArchitectural drawingEngland--LondonGreat BritainBricklayingShade treesTree plantingGardeningBridgesNewgate (Prison : London, England)PrisonsGothic revival (Architecture)Gardens, EnglishGardens--DesignTreesLandscape gardeningArchitecture, GeorgianFurnitureTimberBuilding--DetailsArchitectural drawing--DetailingBuildingQuattro libri dell'architettura (Palladio, Andrea)Architecture, AncientForests and forestryHorticultureMathematicsLandscape architectureDecoration and ornament, GothicLangley, Batty,England--London--Westminster BridgeEngland--London--London BridgeHerb gardeningArchitectural designDecoration and ornamentVegetable gardeningGuercino,Faydherbe, Lucas,Wyatville, Jeffry,--Sir,Lombard, Lambert,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Evelyn, John,Blasset, Nicolas,Neoclassicism (Architecture)169617511700170817241726172717281729173017321733173417351736173717381739174017411742174317451746174717481749175017511752175317541756175717611763176617671768176917701774177517771787178817901791179417971799180018051807180818101822190219061910192019211922192519281967196919701971197219731975197919801982198319841998199920012003200420052009201020132014110243511226729AC4ocn054230669ocn054230748ocn691876361ocn70260076169386ocn000093015book17410.81Langley, BattyThe builder's jewel; or, The youth's instructor and workman's remembrancerHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etc65555ocn002736067book17420.76Langley, BattyGothic architecture, improved by rules and proportions; in many grand designs of columns, doors, windows, chimney pieces, arcades, colonnades, porticoes, umbrellas, temples, and pavilionsBibliographyDesigns and plansPictorial works60845ocn000654238book17360.79Langley, BattyThe city and country builder's and workman's treasury of designs35741ocn000093966book17000.84Langley, BattyThe builder's director or bench mateHandbooks, manuals, etc29742ocn065347788com17380.88Langley, BattyThe builder's compleat assistant, or, A library of arts and sciences, absolutely necessary to be understood by builders and workmen in general ... proportioned by modules and minutes, according to Andrea Palladio ...Handbooks, manuals, etc27817ocn065319085file17080.86Langley, BattyA sure method of improving estates by plantations of oak, elm, ash, beech, and other timber-trees, coppice-woods, &c wherein is demonstrated the necessity and advantages thereof, their manner of raising, cultivating, felling, &c., in all kinds of soils ...27731ocn744915764file17500.79Langley, BattyThe workman's golden rule for drawing and working the five orders in architecture. Wherein Their Pedestals, Columns, Entablatures, Imposts, and Arches, are taken from the best Examples of the Ancients, and proportioned by equal Parts, in a more concise, accurate, and easy Manner, than has been done in any Language. For the Instruction Of Apprentices and Journeymen Masons, Bricklayers, Carpenters, Joiners, Carvers, Turners, Painters, Plaisterers, Cabinet-Makers, &c. (and such Masters) who are unacquainted with so much Architecture, as is absolutely necessary for them to understand, in their respective Professions. And Others, Who desire a Just Knowledge of the Fundamental Rules of that noble Art. By B. Langley, Architect25610ocn507984172file17470.59Langley, BattyThe builder's director, or Bench-mate Being a pocket-treasury of the Grecian, Roman, and Gothic order's of architecture, made easy to the meanest capacity by near 500 examples. Improved from the best authors. Ancient and modern, of pedestals, bases, shafts, captials, columns, architraves, freezes, brackets, cornices, arches, imposts, key-stones, trusses, moldings of raking pediments, frontispieces, portico's, arcades, colonades, chimney-pieces, fretts, guilochi's, groins, weatherings, moldings for tabernacles, frames, &c. proportioned by minutes and by equal parts, the like never before published. Engraved on 184 copper plates. Wherein the orders of Andrea Palladio are truly laid down, free from erroneous measures. Written for the use of gentlemen delighting in true architecture; and for masters and workmen to draw from and work after. By Batty Langley, architect24623ocn642526986file17240.73Langley, BattyAn accurate description of Newgate. With the rights, privileges, allowances, fees, dues, and customs thereof. Together with a parallel between the master-debtors side of the said prison, and the several sponging-houses in the county of Middlesex. Wherein are set forth, The Cheapness of Living, Civility, Sobriety, Tranquillity, Liberty of Conversation, and Diversions of the former. And the Expensive Living, Incivility, Extortions, Close Confinement, and Abuses of the latter. Together with a faithful Account of the Impositions of Bailiffs ; &c. and their vile Usage of all such Unfortunate Persons as fall into their Hands. To which is added, A true account of the parentage, birth, education, and practices of that noted Thief-Catcher Jonathan Savage. With an Account of the Methods to be used for Recovering Stollen Goods. Written for the publick good. By B.L. of Twickenham21932ocn007836619book17270.88Langley, BattyNew principles of gardening20510ocn745068244file17450.63Langley, BattyThe city and country builder's and workman's treasury of designs or the art of drawing and working the ornamental parts of architecture. Illustrated by upwards of four hundred grand designs, neatly engraved on one hundred and eighty-six copper-plates, for Piers, Gates, Doors, Windows, Niches, Buffets, Cisterns, Chimney-Pieces, Tabernacle-Frames, Pavements, Frets, Gulochi's, Pulpits, Types, Altar-Pieces, Monuments, Fonts, Obelisques, Pedestals, for Sun-Dials, Busto's, and Stone Tables, Book-Cases, Cielings, and Iron Works. Proportioned by Aliquot parts. With an appendix of fourteen plates of Trusses for Girders and beams, different Sorts of rafters, and a Variety of Roofs, &c. To which are prefix'd, The Five Orders of Columns, according to Andrea Palladio; whose Members are proportioned by aliquot Parts, in a more easy Manner than has yet been done. The whole interspersed With sure rules for working all the Varieties of Raking Members in Pediments, Modillions, &c. The like, for the immediate Use of workmen, never published before, in any Language. By B.LDesigns and plans19227ocn642316693com17480.79Langley, BattyThe london prices of bricklayers materials and works both of new buildings and repairs, justly ascertained: and the common exactions and abuses therein detected Interspersed with Rules for Estimating, Performing and Measuring all Kinds of Plain, Circular, Elliptical, Gothick, Spherical, Spheroidical, Conical and Pyramidical Brick-Works: wherein The Abutments of all Sorts of Arches, And the Manner of Building Brick-Flooring for the prevention of Fire, is clearly explained. The Whole Arithmetically and Geometrically Demonstrated. With a great Variety of Designs for Plain and Rusticated Piers, for Gates, Piazzas, &c. Written for the Use of Gentlemen, Stewards and Workmen in General, and particularly for such Landlords and Tenants who are subject to the Repairs of Buildings. By Batty Langley, architect18418ocn065345250file17410.90Langley, BattyThe builder's jewel, or, The youth's instructor and workman's remembrancer explaining short and easy rules, made familiar to the meanest capacity, for drawing and working ... I. The five orders of columns entire, or any part of an order ... II. Block and cantaliver cornices, rustick quoins ...DrawingsPictorial works1606ocn728301101file17680.66Langley, BattyThe builder's jewel or, The youth's instructor, and workman's remembrancer. : Explaining short and easy rules, made familiar to the meanest capacity, for drawing and working, I. The five orders of columns entire; or any part of an order, without regard to the module or diameter. And to enrich them with their rusticks, flutings, cablings, dentules, modillions, &c. Also to proportion their doors, windows, intercolumnations, portico's, and arcades. Together with fourteen varieties of raking, circular, scrolled, compound, and contracted pediments; and the true formation and accadering of their raking and returned cornices; and mouldings for capping their dentules and modillions. II. Block and cantaliver cornices, rustick quoins, cornices proportioned to rooms, angle brackets, mouldings for tabernacle frames, pannelling, and centering for groins, trussed partitions, girders, roofs, domes, scales and stair-cases. Illustrated by upwards of 220 examples, engraved on 108 copper-plates. By B. and T. Langley1404ocn508752931file17540.63Langley, BattyThe builder's jewel: or, The youth's instructor, and workman's remembrancer. Explaining short and easy rules, made familiar to the meanest capacity, for drawing and working, I. The five orders of columns entire; or any part of an order, without regard to the module or diameter. And to enrich them with their rusticks, flutings, cablings, dentules, modillions, &c. also to proportion their doors, windows, intercolumnations, portico's, and arcades. Together with fourteen varieties of raking, circular, scrolled, compound, and contracted pediments; and the true formation and accadering of their raking and returned cornices; and mouldings for capping their dentules and modillions. II. Block and cantaliver cornices, rustick quoins, cornices proportioned to rooms, angle brackets, mouldings for tabernacle frames, pannelling, and centering for groins, truffed partitions, girders, roofs and domes. With a section of the dome of St. Paul's, London. The whole illustrated by upwards of 200 examples, engraved on 100 copper-plates. By B. and T. Langley1395ocn728286082file17490.63Langley, BattyThe London prices of bricklayers materials and works, both of new buildings and repairs, justly ascertained and the common exactions and abuses therein detected. : Interspersed with rules for estimating, performing and measuring all kinds of plain, circular, elliptical, gothick, spherical, spheroidical, conical and pyramidical brick-works: wherein the abutments of all sorts of arches, and the manner of building brick-flooring for the prevention of fire, is clearly explained. The whole arithmetically and geometrically demonstrated. Also illustrated with a great variety of designs for plain and rusticated piers, for gates, piazzas, &c. in thirty-two curious copper plates. Written for the use of gentlemen, stewards, and workmen in general, and particularly for such landlords and tenants who are subject to the repairs of buildings. By Batty Langley, architect1387ocn065343856file17370.90Langley, BattyA reply to Mr. John James's review of the several pamphlets and schemes, that have been offer'd to the publick for the building of a bridge at Westminster ... also, the nature of the tides and fall of water at London Bridge, fully explained ...13613ocn187302148file17420.79Langley, BattyAncient architecture, restored, and improved by a great variety of grand and usefull designs, entirely new in the gothick mode for the ornamenting of buildings and gardens ... Exquisitely engraved on LXIV large quarto copper-plates ... by Batty and Thomas LangleyPictorial works1345ocn065349890file17540.90Langley, BattyThe builder's jewel, or, The youth's instructor, and workman's remembrancer explaining short and easy rules, made familiar to the meanest capacity, for drawing and working, I. The five orders of columns entire, or any part of an order ... II. Block and cantaliver cornices, rustick quoins ... the whole illustrated by upwards of 200 examples, engraved on 100 copper-plates1336ocn065347947file17490.93Langley, BattyThe London prices of bricklayers materials and works both of new buildings and repairs, justly ascertained ... interspersed with rules for estimating, performing and measuring all kinds of ... brick-works ... the whole arithmetically and geometrically demonstrated : also illustrated with a great variety of designs for plain and rusticated piers, for gates, piazzas, &c., in thirty-two curious copper plates ...11ocn319534920art2009Priddy, Sumpter TA ceremonial desk by Robert Walker, Virginia cabinetmakerHistory11ocn640789368visuArtist portraits :PortraitsNinety-one engravings removed from mainly 17th-18th century publications and mounted or bound into scrapbook. Chiefly portraits of architects, painters, sculptors, etc., with some ms. text and 1 plan01ocn859138494visuArtist portraits :PortraitsNinety-one engravings removed from mainly 17th-18th century publications and mounted or bound into scrapbook. Chiefly portraits of architects, painters, sculptors, etc., with some ms. text and 1 plan01ocn865464254visuArtist portraits :PortraitsNinety-one engravings removed from mainly 17th-18th century publications and mounted or bound into scrapbook. Chiefly portraits of architects, painters, sculptors, etc., with some ms. text and 1 planFri Mar 21 15:23:35 EDT 2014batch38771