"The art of the
Carpenter is employed in framing and joining pieces
of timber, and fitting them up in houses and other
buildings, as well as in numerous other employments
of a similar kind.
Joinery is, also, the
art of working in wood, or of fitting various pieces
of timber together, for the convenience or ornament
of certain parts of edifices, and is called, by the
French menuiserie, 'small-work.'
Both these arts are subservient to architecture,
being employed in raising, roofing, flooring, and
ornamenting buildings of all kinds."
"The Book of English