Glass sculpture, American -- Exhibitions. : Cast glass sculpture : the Main Art Gallery, Visual Arts Center, California State University, Fullerton, April 12-May 11, 1986 / organized by Dextra Frankel ; essay by Donald Kuspit.
Glass -- Tables. : The plate-Glass-Book : consisting of the following authentic tables: I. The glass-house table; shewing the Value of the Rough-Plate, with the additional Sums for Duties, Risk, and Profit. II. The Value of any Looking-Glass finished, including the Grinding, Polishing, and Silvering, with the 30 per Cent. which is usually charged by the Glass-Grinder for his Hazard and Profit. III. The Prices of Grinding, Polishing, Silvering, and Diamond-Cutting the several Marks or Sizes. IV. The Value of a Looking Glass when accidentally Broken or designedly Divided. V. Shewing the marks of plate-glass, Ground, Polished, Silvered, and Diamond-Cut; with the Workmen's Table, whether the Glass be Diamond-Cut or not. To which is prefixed, an explanation of the tables: And a Preface, demonstrating the Fallibility and Incorrectness of all written Tables and wooden Rules, for the valuing of Plate-Glass. With Some Observations concerning the Nature and Antiquity of Glass in general. Of Plate or Looking-Glass; Of the Ingredients of which it is made, and the Time it requires for found.
Glass, Thomas, -1666. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A mite from three mourners: in memorial of Thomas Glass, a pattern of faith and patience in the Churches, naturally caring for their state, who died in the lord, the 30th day of the Seventh month, 1666. being the same day twelve-month that the beloved John Wiggan (his fellow-labourer, and witness to the cause of Christ) was taken from the evil to come.