What are some guidelines for doubling the same tone in the upper voices (tenor, alto, soprano) on the same pitch, as well as in different octaves? I am specifically talking about doubling in upper voices, NOT doubling the bass. Are some of the combinations more preferable than the others (e.g. doubling the thirds as opposed to doubling fifths)?
Does it matter whether bass is in the root position or an inversion (obviously it does)?
It does probably matter, whether it is a triad or a dominant seventh chord, does it?
It seems there are many receipts for different cases (as read in Tchaikovsky's Guide to Harmony). Would have been nice to have a centralized set of rules and preferences.
Edit: In an original formulation, there was an example, which I decided to remove, for the answers were mostly directed to it and not the main part.