A Design for the Bridge at New Palace Yard, Westminster ...: Composed of Nine Arches, Independent of Each Other, Whose Nature is Such, that the Greatest Weight Possibly to be Impressed Cannot Break Them Down. ... Wherein is Demonstrated, I. The Several Manners that the Tides Will be Affected by this Building ... V. The Great Use and Advantage of Horizontal Cylinders ... A Work Entirely New ... With Observations on the Several Designs Published to this Time, Proving the Abutments of Their Arches to be Infirm, and the Possibility of Their Falling, by Means of Wich the Whole Will be in Danger, Volume 3
author, and J. Milan, opposite the Admiralty, Charing-Cross, and, 1736 - Westminster Bridge (London, England) - 30 pages
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