Example 115, fig. 117, which is drawn to the same scale as above.
Example 116, fig. 118, is the elevation of a bay-window on the ground-floor, in the Domestic Gothic style, with bedroom-window over it. The scale is one-eighth of an inch to the foot.
Example 117, fig. 119, is another Bketch, shewing elevation of bay-window in Italian style, with bedroom-window over; same scale as above.
Example 118, fig. 120, shews the elevation of window over window in the Tudor style; scale three-sixteenths of an inch to the foot*
Example 119, fig. 121, is the front elevation of a bay-window on ground-floor, with projecting or oriel window over it on bedroom-floor, in the Elizabethan or Jacobin style, drawn to a scale of one-eighth inch to a foot. The side elevation of this drawing is shewn in Example 120, fig. 122, same scale as above.
Example 121, fig. 123, is a sketch shewing front elevation of Venetian or three-light window on ground-floor in Italian style, with bedroom-win-dow over, with ornamental dressings and segmental pediment.
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