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A treatise on inland navigation : illustrated with a whole-sheet plan, delineating the course of an intended navigable canal from London to Norwich and Lynn, through the counties of Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk, denoting every town and village through which it is proposed to pass : with two other plans, to prove the practicability of executing the whole with success : and a plan for extending the navigation from Bishop-Stortford to Cambridge, without passing through the grounds or parks of Shotgrove or Audley End, by which the opposition that has been always made by the noble owners of those grounds is obviated, and a direct conveyance from Cambridge to London, by water, may be carried into execution.

London: Printed for S. Hooper, No. 212, High Holborn ; And sold by Merril, Cambridge ; Whittingham, Lynn ; Foreman, Newmarket ; Fortin, Swaffham ; Crouse, Norwich ; Brown, Diss ; Tingay, Beccles ; Watson, Thetford ; Earthy, Stowmarket ; Trotman, Sudbury ; Leatherdale, Hadley ; Gedge, Bury ; Frost, Chelmsford ; Keymer, Colchester, Smithiman, Braintree ; and Wallace, Brentwood., 1785.
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A treatise on inland navigation : illustrated with a whole-sheet plan, delineating the course of an intended navigable canal from London to Norwich and Lynn, through the counties of Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk, denoting every town and village through which it is proposed to pass : with two other plans, to prove the practicability of executing the whole with success : and a plan for extending the navigation from Bishop-Stortford to Cambridge, without passing through the grounds or parks of Shotgrove or Audley End, by which the opposition that has been always made by the noble owners of those grounds is obviated, and a direct conveyance from Cambridge to London, by water, may be carried into execution. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Samuel Miller6/20/18016/23/1801Phillips Inland Nav
John Le Conte7/20/18027/27/1802Phillips Inland Nav
Catherine Hill11/3/180411/10/1804Philips Inland Navig.
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James Renwick11/10/180411/19/1804Phillips Inland Nav
George Warner2/13/1805Philips Inland Nat
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