An Account of the Stopping of Daggenham Breach: with the Accidents that Have Attended the Same from the First Undertaking. ... To which is Prefix'd, a Plan of the Levels which Were Over-flow'd by the Breach. By Capt. John Perry, Volume 3
Benj. Tooke, and sold, 1721 - 131 pages
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