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... religious art of building , of your readers , I conclude with re and it must at lealt
be allowed equal commending to those ... then , that we börse which induced
them to ute the phrale fo many rich buildings remaining as English architecture
... the Infant Jesus from our censure , cot confined to caliellaieu and religious as
appropriate to be introduced , being . atruciures ( as many Tourilis , whether fo
illuliravive of the designation of the Antiquaries or otherwise , inaintain was
This frle is a firange mix . building which was prevalent before ture of Gothic and
Grecian , though it she Conqueli ; the peculiarities of does not properly belong to
either ; which are circular , mallive columns , the arches are oblutely - pointed ...
trany of our abbeys and other or parapet , on the tops of buildings , churches .
Taking it in that point of ... A building set apart ble muscles are agitated at the
form for Bitpuilm " ; a grand one on the North which he has given to his cleiiy .
made to break , or come forward in which are to be found in the cabifmail
projectious , to as to divwlify a nhuis of colleclors . long conrinued line of building
, ac . Buckle . An ornament , holding to Brick . A composition of clayer gether the
arms of ...
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Quite readable and I found information about Captain Gustavus Stupart 1776-1850, that was useful to
The Magazine is actually titled Volume LXX11 ie 72. Section 2 [July].