Example 107, fig. 109, is the elevation of a rustic window, with lozenge-shaped panes of glass. For the method of laying this out, see Example 5, fig. 5.
Example 108, fig. 110, is an elevation of a three-light (Venetian) window, in the Italian style, drawn to a scale of one-fourth inch to the foot
Example 109, fig. Ill, is a one-light window in the same style, to a scale of one-eighth inch to a foot.
Example 110, fig. 112, is an elevation of a second floor or bedroom
window in same style, with iron ornamental balustrade in front As a general rule, the proportion of windows should be, height twice the breadth
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