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|245||0||0||$a Some Account Of The Cathedral Church Of Durham; Illustrative Of The Plans, Elevations, And Sections Of That Building.|
|246||3||5||$a Plans, Elevations, Sections And Specimens Of The Architecture And Ornaments Of The Cathedral Church At Durham|
|260||#||#||$a London: $b Printed By W. Bulmer And Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's. $c 1801.|
|300||#||#||$a 14p., XI pl. (incl. add. engr. t.-pl. and 4 dble. pl.); $c 649 mm.|
|500||#||#||$a The dble. pl. are II, III, IV, V. In some copies plate I (added engr. t.-pl.) is bound in before the title page.|
|505||0||#||$a [T.p.] - Some Account Of The Cathedral Church Of Durham - Plans, Elevations, Sections, And Specimens, Of The Architecture And Ornaments, Of Durham Cathedral. By J. Carter, Architect. Plate II. (-XI, I.) - [Plate I. (add. engr. t.pl.)] - [Pl. II-XI.].|
$a All plates are signed as drawn by John Carter and engraved by James Basire.
Each carries the publisher's imprint of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
Bulmer's imprint is repeated at the foot of p.14.
|510||4||#||$a Royal Institute of British Architects, British Architectural Library ... Early printed books, 4 (2001), no. 3107.|
$a The added engraved title-plate (plate I) reads, 'Plans, Elevations, Sections And Specimens Of The Architecture And Ornaments Of The Cathedral Church At Durham.' This and all other plates carry the date of 23rd April 1801.
The plates show Romanesque and Gothic features of the building.
|563||#||#||$a 20th-century half green morocco, green cloth-covered boards; gilt-decorated spine lettered 'The Cathedrals Of Exeter, Bath, Durham, Gloucester & St. Albans. R.A. 1797-1817'. Bound with four others.|
|653||#||#||$a Architecture - Churches - Cathedrals - Great Britain - Durham - History - Romanesque - Gothic|
|655||#||0||$a Plans - Elevations - Sections - 19th century|
|655||#||0||$a Pictorial works - 19th century|
|700||1||#||$a Carter, John $d 1748-1817,|
|700||1||#||$a Basire, James|
|700||1||#||$a Bulmer, William|
|710||2||#||$a Society of Antiquaries of London|