John Roebuck

John Roebuck of Kinneil FRS FRSE (1718 – 17 July 1794) was an English inventor and industrialist who played an important role in the Industrial Revolution and who is known for developing the industrial-scale manufacture of sulphuric acid. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Roebuck, John
Published 1776
printed for John Donaldson, the Corner of Arundel Street, No. 195, in the Strand

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by Roebuck, John
Published 1776
printed for John Donaldson, the Corner of Arundel Street, No. 195, in the Strand

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by Roebuck, John
Published 1776
James Hoey, at the Mercury, (no. 19.) Parliament-Street

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by Roebuck, John
Published 1776
printed for John Donaldson, The Corner, for Arundel Street, No. 195, In the Strand

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by Roebuck, John H.
Published 1840
G. Gallie

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by Roebuck, John Arthur
Published 1835
J. Longley

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by Roebuck, John Arthur
Published 1836
[s.n.]

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by Roebuck, John Arthur
Published 1849
J.W. Parker

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by Roebuck, John Arthur
Published 1835
C. Ely

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by Owen, Robert
Published 1837
A. Heywood
Other Authors: '; ...Roebuck, John H....

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by Ryerson, Egerton
Published 1837
[s.n.]
Other Authors: '; ...Roebuck, John Arthur...

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by Bancroft, George
Published 1844
[s.n.]
Other Authors: '; ...Roebuck, John Arthur...