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Essays concerning iron and steel: the first, containing observations on American sand-iron: the second, observations, founded on experiments, on common iron-ore, with the Method of reducing it first into Pig or Sow-Metal, and then into Bar-Iron; on the Sort of Iron proper to be converted into good Steel, and the Method of refining that Bar-Steel by Fusion, so as to render it fit for the more curious Purposes: With an Account of Mr. Reaumur’s Method of softening Cast-Iron; and an Appendix, Discovering a more perfect Method of Charring Pit-Coal, so as to render it a proper Succedaneum for charred Wood-Coal. By Henry Horne.
London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand., 1773.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Parkinson||11/14/1801||11/16/1801||Horne on Iron & Steel|
|Walter Burling||6/12/1802||6/23/1802||Hornes Essays|
|John Abraham Denomendie||1/24/1803||1/29/1803||Homes Essays|