An Introduction to a General System of Hydrostaticks and Hydraulicks, Philosophical and Practical: Wherein the Most Reasonable and Advantageous Methods of Raising and Conducting Water, for the Watering Noblemens and Gentlemens Seats, Buildings, Gardens, &c., are Carefully (and in a Manner Not Yet Publish'd in Any Language) Laid Down ... Illustrated and Explain'd by Sixty Copper Cuts, Done by the Best Hands ... Collected from the Best of the Italian and French Designs (together with Some New Ones of the Author's Own Invention) ...
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