The steam engine familiarly explained and illustrated;
with an historical sketch of its invention and progesssive improvement; its application to navigation and railways; with plain maxims for railway speculators.
By the Rev. Dionysius Lardner...Illustrated by engravings and woodcuts.
|Main Author:||Lardner, Dionysius, 1793-1859.|
London, Printed for Taylor and Walton, 1836.
6th ed., corrected and enlarged.
Early works to 1850.
Publishers' advertisements: 12 p. (at end)
2d London ed. published 1828 with title: Popular lectures on the steam engine.
Front. port. of Watt, engraved by Adlard, after Corbould, and added t.-p. engraved, with vignette.
xii, 391,  p.
front., illus., 12 plates (2 fold.)
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