Building Trades Employees Labour Unions Great Britain History : [Printed ephemera : contribution cards etc. issued by the Amalgamated Slaters' and Tilers' Provident Society of England and Ireland and the Amalgamated Slaters, Tilers and Roofing Operatives Society]; Amalgamated Slaters' and Tilers' Provident Society of England and Ireland,
Building Trades England Early Works To 1800 : A new-naturalized work of a learned stranger. Or, An exquisite tutor powerfull to benefit the publick : and convey unto English men, especially architects & artificers of all sorts. That is masons, carpenters, joyners, glasiers, bricklayers, plaisterers, painters, and all that live by hammer & hand. Necessary, certaine, and most ready helps of geometrie, which is the first degree of all good art. The ignorance and want whereof in times past (in most parts of this land) hath left us very many lame works, with shame of many workmen, which for the future the knowledge and use of these instructions shall happily prevent. The common workmen of our time little regard or esteemd to work with right simetrie, without which it is confused and erronious in the judgement of the learned artificers.Who so shall follow these rules hereafter set down, shall not onely have his work well esteemed of the common people, but also generally commended and approved of all workmen and men of judgement. That the artist ... shall at last attaine unto his desire.
Building Trades Great Britain History Sources Early Works To 1800 : To the most honourable assembly of the house of Commons of the High Court of Parliament. The humble petition of thousands of carpenters, bricklayers, : smithes, plaisterers, glasiers, painters, and other handicrafts men in and about the citie of London and Westminster with the Suburbs.
Buildings Channel Islands : The Channel Islands : report and proceedings of the 150th Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2004 / edited by Mark Gardiner and Jacqueline McDowell.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).
Buildings England Isle Of Wight : The Isle of Wight : report and proceedings of the 152nd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2006 / edited by Mark Gardiner and David Tomalin.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).