Catalog Record: Facts about peat as an article of fuel, with remarks upon its origin and composition, the localities in which it is found, the methods of preparation and manufacture, and the various uses to which it is applicable; together with many other matters of practical and scientific interest, to which is added, a chapter on the utilization of coal dust with peat, for the production of an excellent fuel, at moderate cost, specially adapted for steam service | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Facts about peat as an article of fuel, with remarks upon its origin and composition, the localities in which it is found, the methods of preparation and manufacture, and the various uses to which it is applicable; together with many other matters of practical and scientific interest, to which is added, a chapter on the utilization of coal dust with peat, for the production of an excellent fuel, at moderate cost, specially adapted for steam service.

Main Author: Leavitt, T. H. 1824-
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Lee, 1867.
Edition: Ed. 3 rev.
Subjects: Peat.
Note: "In compliance with current copyright law ... this facsimile ... replaces the irreparably deterioratd original volume owned by Univ. Library."
Physical Description: 316 p. front.
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