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Table of Contents
|The English Villa: Sources, Forms and Functions||p. 9|
|A Place to 'Cultivate the Soul': the Idea of the Villa in the Sixteenth and Early-Seventeenth Centuries||p. 25|
|Halls into Vestibules||p. 38|
|Some later Jacobean Villas in Scotland||p. 64|
|Plain English or Anglo-Palladian? Seventeenth-Century Country Villa Plans||p. 89|
|Gardens and Courtyards of the Seventeenth-Century Villa and Smaller House||p. 111|
|The Environs of London: the Suburban Villa as Rural Retreat||p. 127|
|Inigo Jones's Designs for the Queen's House in 1616||p. 140|
|Tart Hall: the Countess of Arundel's 'Casino' at Whitehall||p. 167|
|Kew Palace||p. 180|
|Country Retreats in Seventeenth-Century Hertfordshire||p. 192|
|Forty Hall and Tyttenhanger||p. 206|
|Winslow Hall||p. 223|
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