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An account of the newly invented Pennsylvania fire-place:
wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantages. And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal part /
by Benjamin Franklin. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B. Franklin, 1744

APA Citation

Franklin, B. (1973). An account of the newly invented Pennsylvania fire-place: wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantages. And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal part. Boston: G. K. Hall.

MLA Citation

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. An Account of the Newly Invented Pennsylvania Fire-place: Wherein Their Construction And Manner of Operation Is Particularly Explained; Their Advantages Above Every Other Method of Warming Rooms Demonstrated; And Objections That Have Been Raised Against the Use of Them, Answered And Obviated. With Directions for Putting Them Up, And for Using Them to the Best Advantages. And a Copper-plate, In Which the Several Parts of the Machine Are Exactly Laid Down, From a Scale of Equal Part. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1973.

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