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ROBINS, George
By His Majesty's Letters Patent. The Royal Filter for Cisterns, George Robins patentee, 69, Strand. Evidence of the impurity and insalubrity of the Thames water; taken before the Commission of Enquiry appointed by the King. With the remedy, as recommended by the Commissioners.
London: printed by James Whiting, May, 1829.
8 p. ; 24.3 cm. (8º)

Accompanied by a lithographic letter from Robins of the 'Royal Filter Office' with caption "Pure Water is like their we breathe, we cannot exist without it.", printed by 'G.E. Madeley, Lith. 3 Wellington Stt. Strand.'

Copy Notes Unopened. Previously enclosed within the accompanying letter which is folded as an envelope addressed to Soane and annotated by him in ink 1829 / July / On the impurity of / Thames Water / & means for / purifying it / recd. from Mr. Robins / 135.

Binding Unbound.

Reference Number 6310


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