Daniel Browne, II

Died: 1762
Biography
Publisher, print/bookseller, stationer, in London 'near Temple Bar', 1704-62. Son of Daniel Browne.
 
Works of Art: 8
Books: 6
Archives: 0
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St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...   
St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...   
St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...   
St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

The Monument, London   
The Monument, London
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...   
St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

St Mary-le-Bow Church, London: plan...   
St Mary-le-Bow Church, London: plan...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  
 

The Monument, London: unexecuted design   
The Monument, London: unexecuted design
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...   
St Paul's Cathedral, London: ...
1749-1754?
Christopher Wren
  

Turnbull, George   A Curious Collection Of Ancient Paintings, Accurately Engraved from Excellent Drawings, Lately done after the Originals, By one of the Best Hands at Rome. With An Account where and when they were found, and where they now are; and several Critical, Historical, and Mythological Observations upon them. - By George Turnbull, L.L. D. - [Epigraph] - - London: [1744]   
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Richardson, Jonathan, the Elder   An Account Of The Statues, Bas-reliefs, Drawings And Pictures In Italy, France, &c. With Remarks. - By Mr. Richardson, {Sen. and Jun. - The Second Edition. - - London: [1754]   
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Chambers, Ephraim   Cyclopædia: Or, An Universal Dictionary Of Arts and Sciences; Containing The Definitions of the Terms, And Accounts of The Things signify'd thereby, In the several Arts, Both Liberal and Mechanical, And the several Sciences, Human and Divine: The Figures, Kinds, Properies, Productions, Preparations, and Uses, of Things Natural and Artificial; The Rise, Progress, and State of Things Ecclesiastical, Civil, Military, and Commercial: With the several Systems, Sects, Opinions, &c. among Philosophers, Divines, Mathematicians, Physicians, Antiquaries, Criticks, &c. The Whole intended as a Course of Antient and Modern Learning. Compiled from the best Authors, Dictionaries, Journals, Memoirs, Transactions, Ephemerides, &c. in several Languages. In Two Volumes. By E. Chambers Gent. ... Volume the First. (Second.) - London: [1728]   
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A Catalogue of the Churches of the City of London; Royal Palaces; Hospitals; and Publick Edifices; Built by Sr. Christopher Wren Kt. Surveyor General of the Royal-Works, during Fifty Years: viz. from 1668, to 1718.   - [1749?]   
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Palladio, Andrea   The Architecture Of A. Palladio; In Four Books. Containing A short Treatise of the Five Orders, and the most necessary Observations concerning all sorts of Building: As Also The different Construction of Private and Publick Houses, High-Ways, Bridges, Market-Places, Xystes, and Temples, with their Plans, Sections, and Uprights. Revis'd, Design'd, and Publish'd by Giacomo Leoni, a Venetian, Architect to His Most Serene Highness, the Late Elector Palatine. Translated from the Italian Original. The Third Edition, Corrected. With Notes and Remarks of Inigo Jones: Now first taken from his Original Manuscript in Worcester College Library, Oxford. And Also, An Appendix, containing the Antiquities of Rome. Written by A. Palladio. And a Discourse of the Fires of the Ancients. Never before Translated. In Two Volumes. - London: [1742]   
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Jones, Inigo   The Most Notable Antiquity Of Great Britain, Vulgarly called Stone-heng, On Salisbury Plain, Restored, By Inigo Jones, Esq; Architect General to the King. To which are added, The Chorea Gigantum, Or, Stone-Heng Restored to the Danes, By Doctor Charleton; And Mr. Webb's Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored, In Answer to Dr. Charleton's Reflections; With Observations upon the Orders and Rules of Architecture in Use among the Antient Romans. Before the whole are prefixed, Certain Memoirs relating to the Life of Inigo Jones; with his Effigies, Engrav'd by Hollar; as also Dr. Charlton's, by P. Lombart; and four new Views of Stone-Heng, in its present Situation: With above twenty other Copper-Plates, and a compleat Index to the entire Collection. - London: [1725]   
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