2 edition of Report on the first part of the line of inland navigation from the east to the west sea by way of Newcastle and Carlisle, as originally projected, and lately surveyed found in the catalog.
Report on the first part of the line of inland navigation from the east to the west sea by way of Newcastle and Carlisle, as originally projected, and lately surveyed
by printed for the subscribers; and may be had of W. Charnley, S. Hodgson, E. Humble, and J. Bell, Newcastle; R. Dickenson, Hexham; and F. Jollie, Carlisle in Newcastle
Written in English
|Statement||by R. Dodd, civil engineer. Illustrated with a map of the country through which it passes, and the continuation of the river navigation into the North Sea: with estimates, &c..|
|Contributions||Charnley, William, d. 1803, bookseller., Hodgson, S., bookseller., Humble, Edward, ca. 1753-1820, bookseller., Bell, John, 1755-1816, bookseller., Dickenson, R., bookseller., Jollie, Francis, bookseller.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 59, p.,plate :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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