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James Gibbs, "The Plan, Upright and Section of a Pavillion [''sic''] for the Right Honorable the Lord Viscount Cobham in his Garden at Stowe in Buckinghamshire," in ''A Book of Architecture, containing designs of buildings and ornaments'' (1728), pl. 75. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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James Gibbs, “The Plan, Upright and Section of a Pavillion [''sic''] for the Right Honorable the Lord Viscount Cobham in his Garden at Stowe in Buckinghamshire,in ''A Book of Architecture, containing designs of buildings and ornaments'' (1728), pl. 75. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

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James Gibbs, “The Plan, Upright and Section of a Pavillion [sic] for the Right Honorable the Lord Viscount Cobham in his Garden at Stowe in Buckinghamshire,” in A Book of Architecture, containing designs of buildings and ornaments (1728), pl. 75. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

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