for those on the ground-floor; those on the second floor the same breadth, but of less height.

Example 111, fig. 113, is an example of a circular-headed window, with rusticated dressings.

Example 112, fig. 114, is the front elevation of a projecting window, of which the side elevation is given to a scale of one-qUarter inch to a foot, in

Example 113, fig. 115, which is of the same scale as the above.

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