An apology for the designs of the Houses of Parliament, marked "Phil-Archimedes," now exhibiting at the National Gallery, Trafalgar Square: with a defence of the report of the Commissioners appointed by His Majesty, to examine and report upon the plans which might be offered by the competitors for rebuilding the Houses of Parliament.
- 2d ed., with a supplement ...
- London, Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, and published, for the author, by John Weale, 1836.
- Physical Description:
- 32 p. fold. col. plan. 23 cm.
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- BAC : Bound with: Catalogue of the designs offered for the new Houses of Parliament. London, 1836.
Ascribed to William Wilkins in The Houses of Parliament. New Haven, 1976.
- Subject Terms:
- Westminster Palace (London, England)
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Wilkins, William, 1778-1839, An apology for the designs of the Houses of Parliament, marked "Phil-Archimedes,", 1836
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