By James Stevens Curl, 1981. Hard Back, 76pp, 52 b&w illustrations and photographs
28 in stock
This book discusses the developments made from the plantation of Ulster in the seventeenth century; specifically in Ballykelly and Derry/ Londonderry, by the Fishmongers’ Company in Ulster. This book contains a detailed introduction to the historical and political landscape surrounding the plantation period, as well as beautiful architectural drawings of the unexecuted buildings designed by David McBlain and photographs of the buildings produced by Richard Suter later in the 19th Century.
|Dimensions||21 × 1 × 20.3 cm|