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A Biographical Memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's Familiar Friend; with Bibliographical Notices of Works Published by Him; and a Reprint of His Pamphlet, Entitled "An Invention of Engines of Motion"

Dircks, Henry ; Dymock, Cressy

London: John Russell Smith 1865

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  • Título:
    A Biographical Memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's Familiar Friend; with Bibliographical Notices of Works Published by Him; and a Reprint of His Pamphlet, Entitled "An Invention of Engines of Motion"
  • Autor: Dircks, Henry ; Dymock, Cressy
  • Assuntos: Haretlib, Samuel, D. 1662 ; Mechanical Engineering--Early Works to L1800
  • Notas: Related Persons: Pepys, Samuel ; Evelyn, John ; Weston, Richard
  • Descrição: Title within ornamental border. "An invention of engines of motion," p. [89]-124, has special t.-p.: Two letters from Cressy Dymock, one of Samuel Hartlib's correspondents on husbandry; being a reprint of the pamphlet entitled "An invention of engines of motion". with a biographical notice of its author. By Henry Dircks . . . London, 1865 . . . with reproduction of original t.-p., p. [101]: an invention of engines of motion, lately brought to perfection, whereby may be dispatched any work now done in England or elsewhere (especially works that require strength and swiftness) either by wind, water, cattle or men, and that with better accommodation, and more profit then by anything hitherto known and used, London, Printed by T.C. for Richard Woodnoth, 1851
  • Editor: London: John Russell Smith
  • Data de publicação: 1865
  • Idioma: Inglês

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