THE PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE. Prepared for the use of Students, etc, with chapters on Isometric Drawing and the Preparation of Finished Perspectives. By G. A. T. Middleton, A.R.I.B.A. With many Diagrams and Plates, including a series of finished perspective views of buildings by various Architects. Second Edition revised, with additional Diagrams. Demy 8vo, cloth, price 2s. 6d. net.

THE ORDERS OF ARCHITECTURE: Greek, Roman and Italian. A selection of typical examples from Normand's " Parallels" and other Authorities, with Notes on the Origin and Development of the Classic Orders and descriptions of the plates, by R. Phene Spiers, F.S.A., Master of the Architectural School of the Royal Academy. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged, containing 2 7 full-page Plates. Imperial 4to, cloth gilt, price 10s. 6d.

CLASSIC ARCHITECTURE. A series of Ten Plates (size 20 in. x 15 in.) of examples of the Greek and Roman Orders, with full details and a selection of Classic Ornament. By Charles F. Mitchell and George A. Mitchell, Lecturers on Architecture, Regent Street Polytechnic, W. With descriptive letterpress, in portfolio, price 6s. net, or the Set of 10 plates without text or portfolio, price 5s. net.

EXAMPLES OF CLASSIC ORNAMENT FROM GREECE AND ROME. Drawn from the Originals by Lewis Vulliamy, Architect, Gold Medallist, and Travelling Student of the Royal Academy (1790 - 1871). A Series of 20 Selected Plates, with Introductory and Descriptive Notes by R. Phene Spiers, F.S. A., F.R.I.B.A., Author of "The Orders of Architecture," " Architecture, East and West," etc. Royal Folio (19 1/2 ins. by 13 1/2 ins.), in strong portfolio, 12s. 6d. net; or strongly bound in cloth boards, 15s. net.

This volume contains a selection of the most characteristic and useful plates from the rare folio work of Vulliamy, first published in 1825, and long since out of print and practically unobtainable. The plates display in their spirited execution an intimate appreciation of the refinement and vigour which characterizes the best work in Athens and Rome, and form an exceptionally fine series of illustrations of the choicest examples. It is believed the series will prove to be of great value to students, not only on account of the large scale to which the drawings are made, but because they include elaborate examples of Greek carving which are not to be found elsewhere.

THE ARCHITECTURE OF GREECE AND ROME. A Sketch of its Historic Development. By William J. Anderson, Author of "The Architecture of the Renaissance in Italy," and R. Phene Spiers, F.S.A., Author of "The Orders of Architecture." Second Edition revised and enlarged. Containing 350 pages of text, and 255 Illustrations from photographs and drawings, including many full-page Plates, of which 24 are finely reproduced in collotype. Large 8vo, cloth gilt, price 18s. net.

THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY. A General View for the Use of Students and Others. By W.J. Anderson, A.R.I.B.A., Director of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art. Third Edition, containing 64 full-page Plates and 100 Illustrations in the text from photographs and drawings. Large 8vo, cloth gilt, price 12s. 6d. net.

A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE ON THE COMPARATIVE METHOD. By Banister Fletcher, F.R.I.B.A., late Professor of Architecture in King's College, London, and Banister F. Fletcher, F.R.I.B.A. Fifth Edition, revised and greatly enlarged. With about 2000 Illustrations from photographs and drawings. Demy 8vo, cloth gilt, price 21s. net.

ESSENTIALS IN ARCHITECTURE. An Analysis of the Principles and Qualities to be looked for in Buildings. By John Belcher, A.R.A., Fellow and Past President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. With 74 Illustrations (mostly full-page) of Old and Modern Buildings. Demy 8vo, cloth gilt, price 51. net.

Mr. R. Norman Shaw, R.A., writes : - " I have read the proofs of this work with the greatest interest. I am quite sure it will arouse enthusiasm in hundreds of readers, hut if it attracted only a dozen, it would not have been written in vain. Mr. Belcher wishes his readers to think of Architecture - architecturally; tells them how to do so, and no one is more competent to teach them."

" Excellently printed and generously illustrated by many beautiful photographs of well-chosen subjects, it is a pleasure to the eye. Perhaps it may be best described as a series of charming conversations on his chosen art addressed to the general reader by a veteran architect of great ability, deeply anxious to stimulate a higher standard of appreciation on the part of.the public." - The Athenaum.

"This attractive and beautifully equipped volume is . . . full of charming photographs, supplying in themselves the materials of a sound architectural education." - The Daily Telegraph.