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The Resource A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level : And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens, (electronic resource)

A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level : And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens, (electronic resource)

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A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level : And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens
Title
A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level
Title remainder
And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 6695
  • 3920
  • T172377
Citation source
  • Goldsmiths'
  • Hanson
  • English Short Title Catalog
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Badeslade, Thomas
Nature of contents
patent document
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Drainage
  • Fens, The (England)
  • Bedford Level (England)
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A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level : And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens, (electronic resource)
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Note
  • With a final advertisement leaf
  • At foot of titlepage: "No more than 150 copies printed"
  • Price on title page: No more than 150 copies printed. (Price Two Shillings.)
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT172377
Dimensions
20.
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unknown
Extent
10,[4]p.,plate
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
map
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006267186
  • (Uk-ES)006267186
Label
A scheme for draining the great level of the fens, called bedford-level : And for improving the navigation of Lyn-Regis. Founded upon self-evident principles in experintental philosophy and practical mathematicks, and upon historical facts. And farther demonstrated, by comparing the River Ouse, with the River Thomas, &c. and Lyn-Harbour, with the Harbour of Rye. With reflections upon all the schemes hitherto proposed for draining the fens, shewing wherein they are defective. Also observations upon artificial-scours: shewing where, and in what cases they are, or can be of use; where not. Illustrated with a map. By Tho. Badeslade, author of The history of Lyn-navigation, and of draining in the fens, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • With a final advertisement leaf
  • At foot of titlepage: "No more than 150 copies printed"
  • Price on title page: No more than 150 copies printed. (Price Two Shillings.)
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT172377
Dimensions
20.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
10,[4]p.,plate
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
map
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006267186
  • (Uk-ES)006267186

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