The charges of building a house they commonly divide into three equal parts, one for Brick, another for Plaister, and the third for Doors, Windows, and other timber necessary for a house. ... it will cost three times as much in employing them. ... the Snow throw a good deal of Earth also from the Terrasses, which are loosened by it, it would be much fafer to pave them, ... some of them having Domes; which make the Terrasses very irregular , and all crooked and convex in several places.
|Title||:||The Travels Of Monsieur De Thevenot Into The Levant|
|Author||:||Jean de Thévenot, Archibald Lovell|