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FULTON, Robert (1765--1815)
A treatise on the improvement of canal navigation; exhibiting the numerous advantages to be derived from small canals. ... With a description of the machinery for facilitating conveyance by water through the most mountainous countries, independent of locks and aqueducts: including observations of the great importance of water communications, with thoughts on, and designs for, aqueducts and bridges of iron and wood. ... By R. Fulton, civil engineer.
London: published by I. and J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library, 1796.
xvi, 144 p., 17 pl.; 26.5cm. (4°)

ESTC t101123. Another edition (ESTC n65694) has 143, [1] p. and a frontispiece portrait.

Copy Notes Without the final advertisement leaf recorded in ESTC.

Binding C19th diced calf, gilt roll-tooled borders, gilt-ruled spine, black spine-label. Bound by Edwin Hutchinson for 4s. 10d., 7 May 1829. (Archive 7/10/18).

Reference Number 4130


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