The story of a house . Pig. 29. -j i i i i i i i.(B>.1 - t. Yyyymty/ Fig. 21. Fig. 2i. — PLAN OF THE CELLARS. — Page 105.Fig. 29. — THE GARDEN FRONT. — Page 122. PAUL AS INSPECTOR OF WORKS. 105 Well, said the cousin, when they were seated in theworking-room, here is the plan of the cellars (Fig. 21). Letus see how this will be arranged with what you have found,and if we are to make any changes in it. Good ! The rockis nearly on a level with the soil on the south, and theloose earth reaches pretty regularly a depth of three metrestowards the north of our buildings. We will therefore placeth

The story of a house . Pig. 29. -j i i_i i i i_ i.(B>.1 - t. Yyyymty/ Fig. 21. Fig. 2i. — PLAN OF THE CELLARS. — Page 105.Fig. 29. — THE GARDEN FRONT. — Page 122. PAUL AS INSPECTOR OF WORKS. 105 Well, said the cousin, when they were seated in theworking-room, here is the plan of the cellars (Fig. 21). Letus see how this will be arranged with what you have found,and if we are to make any changes in it. Good ! The rockis nearly on a level with the soil on the south, and theloose earth reaches pretty regularly a depth of three metrestowards the north of our buildings. We will therefore placeth Stock Photo
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The story of a house . Pig. 29. -j i i_i i i i_ i.(B>.1 - t. Yyyymty/ Fig. 21. Fig. 2i. — PLAN OF THE CELLARS. — Page 105.Fig. 29. — THE GARDEN FRONT. — Page 122. PAUL AS INSPECTOR OF WORKS. 105 Well, said the cousin, when they were seated in theworking-room, here is the plan of the cellars (Fig. 21). Letus see how this will be arranged with what you have found, and if we are to make any changes in it. Good ! The rockis nearly on a level with the soil on the south, and theloose earth reaches pretty regularly a depth of three metrestowards the north of our buildings. We will therefore placethe cellars under the drawing-room, dining-room, and bil-liard-room, along the lime rock, which will be cut out, andwe will establish the front parts, especially those of thestable and carriage-house building, on a good masonry-work. Here (Fig. 21) is the plan of the cellars ; you see thelines of the axes; they indicate the axes of the ground-floorwalls, and should not vary. The measurements of the thick-ness of the walls are written down, departing alw

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