2, 2, 5, 3f, If, 6$, 2$, 9$, 3f, 1, 8, 2*. The projections, beginning with ba, are 26, 28, 29, 32$, 35, 35, 36, 52, 53$, 54, 66, 67, 70, 78.
The next example shews the manner of delineating intercolumniations. By this term is meant the distance between two columns, as a and 5.
Example 93, fig. 95, which is the intercolumniation of the Tuscan order. The distance between the columns is 6 diameters, the general distance, however, being 4 diameters. The pupil, at this stage of his proceedings, should make drawings to a large scale, as of that in fig. 62 of the intercolumniation of all the orders, to assist him in which we here give the various distances for each. The distance between the Doric columns is equal to three diameters; the distance in the Ionic is two diameters and
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