The Young Steam Engineer's Guide, Etc. (Appendix: Containing a Concise Account of the Invention and Improvement of Steam Engines ... To which is Added ... J. Stevens' Letters on the Author's Improvements, with the Answers Thereto.).
Carey & Lea, 1805 - 139 pages
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