Image:1383.jpg|Batty Langley, One of two “Designs for Gardens that lye irregularly to the grand House. . . ,” in ''New Principles of Gardening'' (1728), pl. X. "''Canal'' E E”
Image:1384.jpg|Batty Langley, One of two “Designs for Gardens that lye irregularly to the ground House. . . House opening to the North upon a plain [[Parterre]] of Grass,” in ''New Principles of Gardening'' (1728), pl. XI. “D is a ''pleasant Cabinet'', from whence we have five different [[View]]s, of which the Middle one. . . over a '''''Canal ''' of Water''. . .”The canal is indicated at D.
Image:1385.jpg|Batty Langley, “Design of a Small Garden Situated in a Park,” in ''New Principles of Gardening'' (1728), pl. XII. "the House. . . opens. . . to the ''South'', on a ''grand Parterre of Grass'', from which over the ''Canal''. . .”
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