:“The design given in this part of the Architect, number XXVI, is the plan of a Villa in the Anglo-Italian style, now in process of erection on the south side of Lake Ontario, in the city of Oswego. . . . On the north side which commands a full view of the lake, a balustrade gallery, or '''terrace''', extends the entire front.” [Fig. 12]
[[File:0778.jpg|thumb|Fig. 12, Frances Palmer, Italian Bracketed Villa at Oswego, New York, 1851.]]
Image:0459.jpg|Jenny Emily Snow, ''Fairmount Park Waterworks'', c. 1850.
File:0778.jpg|Frances Palmer, “Italian Bracketed Villa,” in [[William H. Ranlett]], ''The Architect'' (1851), vol. 2, pl. 7.
Image:0786.jpg|Frances Palmer, “Italian Villa,” in [[William H. Ranlett]], ''The Architect'' (1851), vol. 2, pl. 22, design XXXIII.
File:0632.jpg|Anonymous, View of the terraces at Middleton Place, in Alice B. Lockwood, ''Gardens of Colony and State'' (1934), vol. 2, p. 196.
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