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An Accurate Description and History Of The Metropolitan and Cathedral Churches of Canterbury and York, From their first Foundation to the present Year. Illustrated With One Hundred and Seventeen Copper-Plates, Consisting of Different Views, Plans, Monuments, Antiquities, Arms &c. - London:: 
Vitruvius Brittanicus, Volume the Fourth. Being A Collection Of Plans, Elevations, and Perspective Views, Of` The Royal Palaces, Noblemen, and Gentlemens Seats, In Great Britain, Not Exhibited in any Collection of this nature hitherto published. Design'd By J. Badeslade and J. Rocque, &c. And Engraven by the Best Hands. - London:: 
The History Of London From Its Foundation By The Romans, To The Present Time. Containing A Faithful Relation of the Publick Transactions of the Citizens; Accounts of the several Parishes; Parallels between London and other Great Cities; its Governments, Civil, Ecclesiastical and Military; Commerce, State of Learning, Charitable Foundations, &c. With the several Accounts of Westminster, Middlesex, Southwark, And Other Parts within The Bill of Mortality. In Nine Books. The Whole Illustrated with a Variety of Fine Cuts. With a Compleat Index. By William Maitland, F.R.S. - London:: 
Lectures On Architecture. Consisting of Rules Founded upon Harmonick and Arithmetical Proportions in Building, Design'd As an Agreeable Entertainment for Gentlemen: And More particularly useful to all who make Architecture, or the Polite Arts, their Study. - Read to a Society establish'd for the Improvement of Arts and Sciences, and Explain'd, by Examples on Copper Paltes; with the Proportions apply'd to Practice. - By Robert Morris. - The Second Edition. - - London:: 
The History Of The Arts and Sciences Of The Antients, Under the following Heads: ... By Mr. Rollin, late Principal of the University of Paris, now Professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, and Member of the Royal Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Lettres. Translated from the French. Illustrated with Copper Plates. Vol. I. (II.) (XII.) (XIII.) - London:: [1737-1739]
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