A Complete Theory of the Construction and Properties of Vessels: With Practical Conclusions for the Management of Ships, Made Easy to Navigators. Translated from Théorie Complette de la Construction Et de la Manœuvre Des Vaissaux, of the Celebrated Leonard Euler, by Henry Watson, Esq
J. Sewell, 1790 - 289 pages
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