1788.029: Plan wherein the Power of Steam is Fully Shewn.
Full Title: A plan wherein the power of steam is fully shewn, by a new constructed machine, for propelling boats of vessels, of any burthen, against the most rapid streams or rivers, with great velocity. Also, a machine, constructed on similar philosphical [sic] principles, by which water may be raised for grist or saw-mills, watering of meadows, &.&. By James Rumsey, of Berkeley County, Virginia.
Author: Rumsey, James (1743-92).
Place Issued: Winchester
Issuing Press: Bartgis & Willcocks
Description: 22 pgs.
Imprint lacks location of Bartgis & Willcocks press; Rink erroneously supplied Richmond as the site, when it was actually located in Winchester; error was corrected by Evans. Library of Congress copy seen by Evans was not found when sought for filming by the Early American Imprints Series, so was not filmed; copies reported in collections of the New York Historical Society, Boston Athenaeum, and American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia.
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