66. In estimating the brickwork, openings have been deducted, thus practically giving "kiln count," so that the analyses of prices given heretofore will apply. If openings had not been deducted, the prices would have been decreased 15 per cent., as before noted.

## Pressed Brick. Quantities

 No. Brick. Facing exterior walls, same length as stone lintel course, 125' X 8' 9" = 1,093.8 sq. ft., at 7 1/2 bricks per sq ft............ 8,203 Deduct for openings: Sq. Ft. 9 windows, total width 32' X 6' 6" high. . 208.0 2 casement windows, total width 7' 4" X 8' high................ 58.7 1 lavatory window, total width 2' 6" X 5' 6" 13.7 Main door, 3' 5" X 8' 6"......... 29.1 Total deductions........... 309.5 309.5 X 7 1/2 =............... 2,321 No. of bricks.......... 5,882 Add 5 per cent. for waste.......... 294 Total pressed brick............ 6,176

Cost.

The cost of pressed brickwork is based on the following analysis:

Cost of 1,000 Pressed Brick in Place.

 Cost per M. 1,000 pressed bricks,delivered.......... \$30.00 1 bricklayer can lay 300 pressed brick per day of 9 hours, or 1,000 will require 30 hours; wages being 40 cents per hour........... 12.00 1 laborer to 2 men, 15 hours, at 15 cents per hour . 2.25 1/2 barrel of lime........... .38 1/2 load of sand............ .37 Total................... \$45.00

Summary.

 From the preceding estimate of quantities, the number of pressed brick laid is 5,882, which, at \$45.00 per M, will cost........... \$204.69 Pressed brick, not laid, 294, at \$30.00 per M... 8.82 Total cost of pressed brickwork.............. \$273.51