A treatise on the æropleustic art, or Navigation in the air, by means of kites, or buoyant sails: with a description of the charvolant, or kite carriage. And containing numerous most amusing and interesting anecdotes connected with several extraordinary excursions both by sea and land. With characteristic illustrations, drawn on stone, by Rose Gilbert, from designs by David Cox, jun.
|Main Author:||Pocock, George.|
London, Longmans, Brown, and Co., 1851.
First published, London, 1827, under title "The aeropleustic art", with dedication signed: George Pocock.
plates (1 fold.)
19 x 14 cm.
|Original Classification Number:||TL 800 .T78|
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