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Isaac de Caus (1590–1648) was a French landscaper and architect. He arrived in England in 1612 to carry on the work that his brother Salomon de Caus had left behind. His first known work in England was a grotto that Caus designed in 1623 located in the basement of Inigo Jones's Banqueting House. He is noted for his work at Wilton House and Lincoln's Inn.

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Uniform title: Nouvelle invention de lever l'eau. English
by Caus, Isaac de, 1590-1648
London : Printed for J. Moxon, at the Atlas in Warwick-Lane, 1704
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[London] : Are to bee sould by Thomas Rowlett att his shopp neare Temple Barre, [1645?]
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