A Letter, Addressed to Cadwallader D. Colden, Esquire: In Answerto the Strictures, Contained in His "Life of Robert Fulton", Upon the Report of the Select Committee, to Whom was Referred a Memorial Relative to Steam Navigation, Presented to the Legislature of New-York, at the Session of 1814. With an Appendix, Containing the Several Laws Concerning Steam Boats; the Petitions Presented for Their Modification; and the Reports of Select Committees Thereupon &c., &c., &c
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