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HINDMARSH, Robert (1759--1835)
The dry rot in buildings effectually cured, and it's return prevented.
[London]: R. Noble, printer, Old Bailey, [1801?].
3, [1] p. ; 31.3 cm. (2°)

Folded sheet. Drop-head title. Docket title 'The Dry Rot Effectually Cured And Prevented'.The text is signed by 'R. Hindmarsh, No. 5, Richmond-Place, East-Street, Walworth'. Imprint from docket title; watermark dated '1800'. Examples of cures date from 1793, the most recent cites 'repair and cure in the year 1799; and although this may be said to be a recent case, ...'.

Copy Notes Pencil survey sketch and measurements on p. [4]. With a MS. transcript of observations ... comunicated to the / Society for the encouragement of Arts Manufactures and Commerce / By Robt. Batson Esqr dated Limehouse Decr. 7th. 1793 and the report of the meeting of the committee appointed to examine ... the state of the Closet, ... on the 15th of May 1794., loosely inserted.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6311


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