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" The Interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with Iron, impartially considered. "
Librorum Impressorum Qui in Museo Britannico Adservantur Catalogus - Page 13
by British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books - 1813
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Librorum impressorum qui in museo Britannico adservantur catalogus [by P.H ...

British museum dept. of pr. books - 1813
...Astrológica : or a Discourse on Astrology. 8 Land. 1701. IRNSINGER (SIMON) Beschreibung seines Pflasters. 4 1660. IRON. The Interest of Great Britain in supplying...The Case of the Manufacturers of Iron and Steel for IRON. An abstract of the Charter granted 5th William and Mary relating to the making of Iron with pit...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 5

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1846
...the right of using Oil Cement, or composition for stucco, Leardet's Patent. London, 1778. Anonymous. The interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with iron, impartially considered Maitland, W. An essay towards the improvement >Mr. WC Mylne. of Navigation, chiefly with respect to...
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Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) Library - 1866 - 378 pages
...Tract. 8vo. vol. 33. Land. 1747 COMMERCE. A scheme to secure and extend the credit and strength of the The interest of Great Britain, in supplying herself with iron, impartially considered. Tract. 8vo. vol. 56. No place or date London. Tract. 8vo. vol. 107. Lond. no date COMMON LODGING-HOUSES....
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Journal of the United States Association of Charcoal Iron Workers, Volumes 7-8

United States association of charcoal iron workers - 1886
...matter further, can refer to Journal of Iron and Steel Institute, No 2, 1885. The tract is entitled : THE INTEREST OF GREAT BRITAIN IN SUPPLYING HERSELF WITH IRON : IMPARTIALLY CONSIDERED. Iron-Ore is not to be converted with Advantage into good malleable Iron with any other Fire that we...
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Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers ...

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain). Library - 1895
...180. Lond. 1837. 8vo. Insulation for Submarine Telegraphy. Tract. 8vo. vol. 136. [Lond. I860?] 8vo. The interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with Iron impartially considered. Tract. 8vo. vol. 56. [ .] 8vo. An introduction to the present practice of Surveying and Levelling,...
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The Cheshire Sheaf

Francis Sanders, William Ferguson Irvine, J. Brownbill - 1896
...FORGES. An interesting old pamphlet (26 pages) came the other day into the writer's hands, entitled "The Interest of Great Britain, in supplying herself with Iron: Impartially considered." Undated, and without name or place of printer or author it seems from internal evidence to have been...
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Subject List of Works on the Mineral Industries and Allied Sciences: In the ...

Great Britain. Patent Office. Library - 1903 - 302 pages
...the trade and manufactory of iron in Great Britain considered, [np] 8. (15,561) [1750.] Interest. The interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with iron : impartially considered. 8. (18,045) Prohably a later edition of the :precedinpr llirnt,hU't Reprinted, with prefatory note, in...
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The Early Iron Industry of Furness and District: An Historical and ...

Alfred Fell - 1908 - 464 pages
...which had already been more or less crippled by imports from Sweden and Russia. A tract entitled " The Interest of Great Britain in supplying Herself with Iron impartially considered," the date of which is assigned to 1725, deals with this competition, and gives us an insight into the...
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Imperatives, Behaviors, and Identities: Essays in Early American Cultural ...

Jack P. Greene, Jack Phillip Greene, Professor Jack P Greene - 1992 - 392 pages
...(Boston, 1738), 33. 95 On this point, see The History and Life of Thomas Ellwood (London, 1714), 416-17; The Interest of Great Britain in Supplying Herself with Iron Impartially Considered [London, 1756?], 20; John, Lord Bishop of Landaff, A Sermon Preached before the Incorporated Society...
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