4 edition of River navigation in England, 1600-1750 found in the catalog.
River navigation in England, 1600-1750
Willan, Thomas Stuart
|Statement||[by] T. S. Willan|
|LC Classifications||HE663 .W5 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||66000384|
Why England and not China and India? Water Systems and the History of the Industrial Revolution River navigation in England, –, London: F. Cass, , p. multifunctional. ICE Virtual Library essential engineering knowledge. Cart. Mobile.
The English coasting trade, / by T. S. Willan; Report from Committee on His Majesty's Message Respecting the Mogador Ships [microform] Report from Committee on His Majesty's Message Respecting the Mogador Ships [electronic resource] Elizabethan Manchester / by T. S. Willan; River navigation in England, [by] T. S. Willan. His many publications included: River navigation in England, (Oxford ), English coastal trade, (Manchester ), The navigation of the River Weaver in the eighteenth century (Chetham Society, ), The Muscovy merchants of (Manchester ), Studies in Elizabethan foreign trade (Manchester ), The early history.
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John Hore (baptised 13 March – 12 April ) was an English engineer, best known for making the River Kennet and River Avon navigable. Hore was one of the earliest English canal engineers, and Sir Alec Skempton wrote that he was "in the first rank among the navigation engineers".
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