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Walpole. The Castle Of Otranto, 1764.
Walpole. Strawberry Hill, 1717-1797.
FOURTH PHASE OF PATTERN BOOKS
Radcliffe. A Sicilian Romance, 1790.
Radcliffe. The Romance of the Forest, 1791.
Radcliffe. The Mysteries of Udolpho, 1794.
Radcliffe. The Italian, 1797.
Scott. Ivanhoe, 1820.
Scott. The Antiquary, 1816.
Scott. Kenilworth, 1821.
Chambers, Designs of Chinese Buildings [...], 1757.
Halfpenny. Rural Architecture in the Gothick Taste, 1752.
Langley. Ancient Architecture, 1743
Langley. Gothic Architecture, 1742.
Decker. Gothic Architecture Decorated, 1759.
Manwaring. The Carpenter's Compleat Guide, 1765.
Wyatt. Broadway Tower, 1798.
Brown and Miller. Wimpole Folly, 1769.
Adam. Brizlee Tower, 1781.
Adam. Hundy Mundy, 1726.
Beckford. Fonthill Abbey, 1796.
Gibbs. The Temple of Liberty, 1741.
Hamilton. Gothic Temple at Painshill, 1745.
Hamilton. Abbey at Painshill, 1772.
Miller. Castle in Hagley Park, 1747.
Perrott. Perrott's Folly, 1758
Taylor. Hadlow Tower, 1838.
Warton. Essays on Gothic Architecture, 1808.
Plaw. Sketches for Country Houses, 1800.
Malton. A Collection of Designs for Rural Retreats ,1802.
Papworth. Rural Residences, consisting of a series of Designs for Cottages, 1818.
Harraden. A Series of Engravings, Representing the most picturesque and Interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge, 1809.
Dearn. Designs for Lodges and Entrances to Parks, in the Gothic, and Fancy Styles, 1811.
Neale and Brayley. The History and Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster, 1823.
Cottingham. Plans, Elevations, Sections of the Magnificent Chapel of King Henry 7, 1829.
Pugin. Specimens of Gothic Architecture, selected from Various Ancient Edifices, 1825.
Rickman. An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Architecture in England, 1825.
Pugin and Mackenzie. Specimens of Gothic Architecture, 1825.
Pugin. Gothic Furniture, from designs by Pugin, 1827.
Pugin. Gothic Ornaments, Selected from Various Ancient Buildings 1831.
Caveler. Selected Specimens of Gothic Architecture, 1835.
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