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STRATTON, George
George Stratton's patent calorific ventilator for supplying churches, chapels, public offices, reading and assembly rooms, places of public resort, hospitals, manufactories, banking houses, sugar houses, taverns, private residences, and hot-houses, &c.&c. with a constant, pure, wholesome, & uninterrupted stream of warm atmospheric air.
London: printed by W. Smith, [1823?].
11, [1] p. : 2 wdcut illus. ; 16.5 cm. (12°)

Text signed at end: 'Messrs. Stratton and Co. No.1, Furnival's Inn, Holborn.' Publication date from the MS. Catalogue of books in the Architectural Library compiled by A.T. Bolton; British Library catalogue has [1828].

Copy Notes Bound last in a collection of twelve pamphlets.

Binding Later C19th green pebble-grained binder's cloth cloth, gilt-lettered spine reading 'Societies / Pamphlets'. The spine later numbered 'A' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 3375


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