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Title Reasons humbly offered for to name a certain time of ... months, for to have the master-builders, and other experienced able master-shipwrights, to affirm and settle the suitable proportions of the principal materials used in ships and vessels, that are expresly named and incerted by several particular regulating clauses in their proposal, according to the good-intent and well-meaning of their petitions, and a specimen that is prepared to affirm and settle a general rule, for the more firm and well new-building, rebuilding and repairing and better survey of ships and vessels, viz.. [electronic resource]
Imprint [London? : s.n., 1710?]
Descript 3 p. ; fol
Note Place and date of publication suggested by ESTC
Endorsed: Reasons humbly offered for a bill for the better breeding of shipwrights more experienced in the right and perfect knowledge of the use of their tools ... and the due observation of a general rule for the more firm ... newbuilding ... and repairing of ships and vessels, whereby ... to prevent and save many great losses by sea-dammages ... to merchants dry-goods and wares and also the total loss of ships ... and of many mariners ... in voyages
Photographed also as no. 4598.1
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 04598.1
ESTC T170194
OCLC, 20887766
s2005 miunns Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements
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Subject Shipbuilding industry -- Early works to 1800. -- Employees -- Great Britain
Alt Title Reasons humbly offered for a bill for the better breeding of shipwrights more experienced in the ... knowledge of the use of their tools ..
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