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" That, as they admit of greater breadth of tyre than other carriages, and as the roads are not acted on so injuriously as by the feet of horses in common draught, such carriages will cause less wear of roads than coaches drawn by horses. "
The life and times of James Catnach ... ballad monger - Page 221
by Charles Hindley - 1878
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 16

Industrial arts - 1832
...they can ascend and descend hills "' of considerable inclination with facij •'' lity and safety. 5 That they are perfectly safe for passengers. 6. That they are not (or need not be) if 42!) properly constructed, nuisances to the public. 7. That they will become a speedier and cheaper...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for ..., Volume 102, Part 1

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1832
...That carr'uges can be propelled by steam on common roads at an average rate of ten miles per honr. S. That at this rate they have conveyed upwards of fourteen...greater breadth of tire than other carriages, and as the roods are not acted on so injuriously as by the feet of horses in common draught, such carriages will...
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A million of facts

Richard Phillips (sir.) - 1832
...considerable inclination with facility and safety. . .- » 5. That they are perfectly safe for passengers. i). That they are not (or need not be, if properly constructed)...nuisances to the public. 7. That they will become aspeedier and cheaper mode of conveyance than carriages drawn by horses. 8. That, as they admit of...
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Mechanics magazine

m. salmon - 1832
...4. That they can ascend and descend hills of considerable inclination with facility and safety. 6. That they are perfectly safe for passengers. 6. That they are not (or need not be) if properly the public constructed, nuisances to the public. 7. That they will become a speedier and cheaper mode...
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An historical and practical treatise upon elemental locomotion, by means of ...

Alexander Gordon - Transportation - 1832 - 192 pages
...inclination with facility and safety. " 5.—That they are perfectly safe for passengers. " 6.—That they are not (or need not be, if properly constructed) nuisances to the public. " 7.—That they will become a speedier and cheaper mode of conveyance than carriages drawn by horses....
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Adcock's syllabus of a course of eight lectures on mechanical philosophy

Henry Adcock - Science - 1832
...under 3 tons. " 4. That they can ascend and descend hills with considerable facility and safety. " 5. That they are perfectly safe for passengers. " 6. That they are not, and need not be, if properly constructed, nuisances to the public. " 7. That they will become a speedier...
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The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts ...

1833
...— That they can ascend and descend hills of considerable inclination with facility and safety. " 5. — That they are perfectly safe for passengers....public. " 7. — That they will become a speedier and chrapiev mode of conveyance than carriages drawn by horses. " 8. — That, as they admit of greater...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 1

Railroad engineering - 1833
...ion*. 4. That they can ascend and descend hillu of considerable inclinatiuu with facility and safety. 5. That they are perfectly safe for passengers. 6. That they are not, (or need not be, if pruperly constructed) nuisances to the pablie. 7. TUat they will become a speedier and cheaper mode...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1833
...with facility and safety. • " ' 5th — That they are perfectly safe for passengers. " ' 6th — That they are not (or need not be, if properly constructed) nuisances to the public. " ' 7th — That they will become a speedier and cheaper mode of conveyance than carriages drawn by...
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