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Observations on the various systems of canal navigation, with inferences practical and mathematical; in which Mr. Fulton’s plan of wheel-boats, and the utility of subterraneous and of small canals are particularly investigated, including an account of the canals and inclined planes of China. With four plates. By William Chapman, member of the Society of Civil Engineers in London, and M. R. I. A.
London: Published by I. and J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library, High Holborn, 1797.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Garnet||11/13/1803||3/12/1804||Chapman's C Navig|
|John Garnet||3/12/1804||5/19/1804||Fulton's G. Navig|
|Arthur Noble||2/12/1805||2/18/1805||Fultons Canal Nav|
|John S. Hunn||2/19/1805||3/13/1805||Fultons G Navigation|
|Arthur Noble||2/26/1805||2/26/1805||Chapmans Obs on Fulton|
|John Stevens, III||2/26/1805||2/28/1805||Observation on Fult.|