The book “a dissertation of oriental gardening” by Sir William Chambers. There is only one picture in the whole book. The picture is to find on the first page. The picture shows the King in who’s services the book is written. Further there are no other pictures to find.
The book starts with a preface over 13 pages, the dissertation is 93 pages and after the dissertation there follows an explanatory discourse by Tan Chet-qua.
The pages of the preface are numbered with Roman numerals, and dissertation with Arabic numerals. There are no further chapters.
The explanatory discourse starts with a preface, following an introduction and a discourse.
The text is organised in one column trough the whole book. The title of preface is to read on every page, but not the one of the dissertation. On all sides there’s at least 3 cm space left.
The book is a proper reading book, with no pictures. It was an academical book.