A treatise of universal inland navigations: and the use of all sorts of mines. A work entirely new ... Plainly demonstrating the possibility of making any river and stream ... navigable ... together with the construction, explanation, and use, of a new invented machine ... which will raise ... boats or lighters, and cargoes all at once ... without unloading. To which is added a supplement, plainly demonstrating the possibility and means whereby a ship of any size may be launched at any time ...
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