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C.R. Cockerell RA
The Temples Of Jupiter Panhellenius At Ægina, And Of Apollo Epicurius At Bassæ Near Phigaleia In Arcadia. By C.R. Cockerell, Professor Of Architecture In The Royal Academy, Member Of The Institute Of British Architects, London; Honorary Doctor Of Civil Law, Oxford; Member Of The Dilettanti Society; Associated Member Of The Institute Of France, And Chevalier Of The Legion Of Honour; Member Of The Academy Of St. Luke In Rome; Foreign Member Of The Academies Of Munich, Copenhagen, Geneva, Etc., Etc., Etc. To Which Is Added A Memoir Of The Systems Of Proportion Employed In The Original Design Of These Structures. By William Watkiss Lloyd. - London:: 1860.
The Temple Of Jupiter Olympius At Agrigentum, Commonly Called The Temple Of The Giants. By C.R. Cockerell, Architect, A.R.A. F.S.A. - [London:]: 
Theodore Henry Adolphus Fielding
The Art Of Engraving, With The Various Modes Of Operation, Under The Following Different Divisions: Etching. Soft-Ground Etching. Line Engraving. Chalk And Stipple. Aquatint. Mezzotint. Lithography. Wood Engraving. Medallic Engraving. Electrography. And Photography. Illustrated with Specimens of the different Styles of Engraving. By T.H. Fielding, Author Of "A Synopsis Of Perspective;" "The Practice Of Painting In Oil And Water Colours;" "Theory Of Painting," &c. &c. And Teacher of Painting in Water Colours to the Senior Classes at the Hon. East India Company's Military College, Addiscombe. - - London:: 1841.
Francis Cranmer Penrose
An Investigation Of The Principles Of Athenian Architecture, Or The Results Of A Recent Survey Conducted Chiefly With Reference To The Optical Refinements Exhibited In The Construction Of The Ancient Buildings At Athens, By Francis Cranmer Penrose, Archt. M.A., Etc. Illustrated By Numerous Engravings. Published By The Society Of Dilettanti. - London:: 
Clarkson Stanfield RA
Stanfield's Coast Scenery. A Series Of Views In The British Channel, From Original Drawings Taken Expressly For The Work. By Clarkson Stanfield, Esq. R.A. - - London:: 1836.
The Architectural Antiquities Of Rome; Measured And Delineated By G.L. Taylor And Edward Cresy, Architects, And Fellows Of The Society Of Antiquaries. Vol. I. (II.) - London:: 1821. (-1822.)
The Architecture Of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, In Ten Books. Translated From The Latin By Joseph Gwilt, Fellow Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of London. - London:: 
George Newenham Wright
France illustrated, exhibiting its landscape scenery, antiquities, military and ecclesiastical architecture, &c / drawings by Thomas Allom ; descriptions by The Rev. G.N. Wright - London; Paris: [1845-47]
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