a countryman of Gibbs, had fewer faults, but not more imagination. He published three large folios under the title of Vitruvius Britannicus, 1 containing many of his own designs, with plans of other architects ; but he did not foresee with how much more justice that title would be worn by succeeding volumes to be added to his works. One has already been given. The best of Campbell's designs are Wanstead, the Rolls, and Mereworth in Kent; 2 the latter avowedly copied from Palladio. 3 Campbell was surveyor of the works at Greenwich hospital, and died in 1734.
of whom I find no mention in Vertue's notes, was, as I am informed, considerably employed in the works at Greenwich, where he settled. He built the church there , and the house for Sir Gregory Page at Blackheath, the idea of which was taken from Houghton. 4 James likewise built____________________