The report of John Smith, engineer, pointing out the method of making a navigable canal from Wakefield to the head of the River Went : and from thence, by the course of that river, into the Dun, at a place called Went-Mouth, and also of draining certain low grounds ... together with an estimate of the expences thereof ... : to the estimate are added some remarks upon the present necessity of making a safe and ready navigation from the Calder to the Humber : to the estimate are added some remarks upon the present necessity of making a safe and ready navigation from the Calder to the Humber. and from thence, by the course of that river, into the Dun, at a place called Went-Mouth, and also of draining certain low grounds ... together with an estimate of the expences thereof ...

Main Author: Smith, John
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: S.l. s.n 1772, [1772]
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Collection: Making of the Modern World - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Caption title. - Endorsement title: The report of John Smith, engineer, pointing out the method of making a navigable canal from Wakefield to the Dun, an dalso of draining certain low grounds between Stubbs Tanyard and Went Mouth. - Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 10928. - OCLC, 24162001. - Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London
Physical Description:17 p
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