Ferme Ornée: Or Rural Improvements a Series of Domestic and Ornamental Designs, Suited to Parks, Plantations, Rides, Walks, Rivers, Farms, Calculated for Landscape and Picturesque Effects Engraved on Thirty-Eight Plates by John Plaw,

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Harvard University Houghton Library

N009750



London: published by I. and J. Taylor, 1796. [4],13, [1]p.,38 plates; 4°

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