3 edition of Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages found in the catalog.
Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages
|Statement||by Horatio Gates Spafford.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 35985.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages: with an attempt to point out their defects and to show how they may be improved ; whereby a saving may be made in the power applied, the motion be rendered more uniform and easy, and the danger of upsetting most effectually prevented.
Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages: with an attempt to point out their defects, and to show how they may be improved : with appropriate engravings Author: Horatio Gates Spafford ; Thomas Jefferson Library Collection Supplement.
Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages: with an attempt to point out their defects, and to show how they may be improved : with appropriate engravings Author: Horatio Gates Spafford.
Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages: with an attempt to point out their defects and to show how they may be improved.
Some Cursory Observations on the Ordinary Construction of Wheel-Carriages: With an Attempt to Point Out Their Defects, and to Show How They May Be Improved, Whereby a Saving May Be Made in the Power Applied, the Motion Be Rendered More Uniform and Easy, a.
Some cursory observations on the ordinary construction of wheel-carriages with an attempt to point out their defects, and to show how they may be improved : with appropriate engravings / by: Spafford, Horatio Gates, Published: ().
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Thomas Jefferson to Horatio G. Spafford, 21 February Skip navigation. Go to main content. Some Cursory Observations on the Ordinary Construction of Wheel-Carriages “Thomas Jefferson to Horatio G. Spafford, 21 February ,” Founders Online, National Archives. Some Cursory Observations on the Ordinary Construction of Wheel-Carriages, with an Attempt to Point out their Defects, and to Show how they may be Improved; whereby a saving may be made in the.
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