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Fri Mar 21 17:08:52 2014 UTClccn-n500413950.00[The History of Inland Navigation, particularly those of the Duke of Bridgwater, in Lancashire and Cheshire, and the intended one promoted by Earl Gower ... in Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire. Illustrated with geographical plans, etc. (Part the second. [By J. Brindley.])]0.800.95Telford and Brindley : the story of their lives and engineering triumphs in roads, bridges and canals22434678James_Brindleyn 5004139576575James Brindleylccn-n88132683Bridgewater, Francis EgertonDuke of1736-1803lccn-no91014967Stafford, Granville Leveson-GowerMarquess of1721-1803lccn-n86085782Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonEarl of1756-1829lccn-n85067347Smeaton, John1724-1792lccn-no91014801Yeoman, Thomaslccn-no91015027Golborne, Johnengineerlccn-n50001585Arkwright, RichardSir1732-1792lccn-n50022436Stephenson, George1781-1848lccn-n88600166Mayer, Joseph1803-1886lccn-n88058460Company of Proprietors of the Forth and Clyde NavigationBrindley, James1716-1772HistoryCanalsInland navigationGreat BritainEnglandBrindley, James,EngineersBridgewater, Francis Egerton,--Duke of,NavigationRoadsScotland--Firth of ForthScotlandEngland--Bridgewater CanalScotland--Clyde RiverEngland--Thames RiverCanals--CostsAtlantic Ocean--Firth of ClydeEngineeringCivil engineersEngland--Mersey RiverEngland--River Trent (Staffordshire-North Lincolnshire)Stafford, Granville Leveson-Gower,--Marquess of,DrainageIndustriesStephenson, George,Arkwright, Richard,--Sir,Public worksEngland--LondonEuropeFinance, PersonalSuccessBiographySocial mobilityIndustrialistsEngland--LancashireWatt, James,Rennie, John,Smeaton, John,Stephenson, Robert,England--Trent and Mersey CanalEngland--Fens, TheManagement--Study and teachingRevolutionsEnlightenmentTrevithick, Richard,Telford, Thomas,England--WisbechCity of London (England).--Court of Common CouncilEngland--Thames ValleyHydraulic engineersParsons, Charles,171617721733173717381745174917651766176817691770177117761777177917891793181018121818181918201833184118441849185318641874188518861895190419481952195619581963196819691971197319771978198019851995199920032004200520133746119272330HB151ocn064693367ocn46563849054633ocn065350270com17650.88Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigations particularly those of the Duke of Bridgwater, in Lancashire and Cheshire ; and the intended one promoted by Earl Gower and other persons of distinction in Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire : illustrated with geographical plans, shewing the counties, townships, and villages through which these navigations are carried, or are intended to be : the whole shewing the utility and importance of inland navigationsHistory2178ocn065353866file17680.84Brindley, JamesReports by James Brindley engineer, Thomas Yeoman engineer, and F.R.S. and John Golborne engineer, relative to a navigable communication betwixt the Friths of Forth and Clyde Edinburgh 13th, 23d, 30th September, 1768 : with observations1374ocn065353856file17710.90Brindley, JamesTo the Committee of the Common-Council of the city of London13514ocn065332119file17660.86Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigations particularly that of the Duke of Bridgewater : illustrated with geographical plans, shewing the counties, townships, and villages through which these navigations are carried, or intended to be : the whole shewing the utility and importance of inland navigationsHistory1205ocn065349710file17660.93Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigations particularly those of the Duke of Bridgewater, in Lancashire and Cheshire, and the intended one promoted by Earl Gower and other persons of distinction in Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire : illustrated with geographical plansHistory1205ocn065279862com18200.92Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonA letter, to the Parisians, and, the French nation, upon inland navigation containing a defence of the public character of His Grace Francis Egerton, late Duke of Bridgewater, etc. etc. etc.1205ocn065279873com18200.92Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonLettre aux Parisiens, et a la nation Française, sur la navigation interieure contenant une defense du caractere public de sa Grace, Francis Egerton, feu Duc de Bridgewater, etc. etc. etc.1205ocn065355318file17890.93Great BritainReport of the committee of the Thames Navigation Commissioners of the state of the navigation below Great Marlow, June 24th, 1789 with Mr. Brindley's estimates for making a navigable canal from Monkey Island and Boulter's Lock to Isleworth1194ocn065349707file17660.92Brindley, JamesMr. Brindley estimates the full expence, of making the proposed canal, from Liverpool to Leeds, at £. 2597771194ocn065349709file17660.93Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigation particularly those of the Duke of Bridgewater, in Lancashire and Cheshire, and the intended one promoted by Earl Gower and other persons of distinction in Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire : part the second : containing the different essays which have been lately wrote, some to establish, others to prevent, a navigable canal being made from Witton Bridge to Knutsford, Macclesfield, Stockport, and Manchester : illustrated with a whole sheet geographical planHistory1163ocn065350319file17680.93Considerations on the intended navigation betwixt Forth and Clyde occasioned by the proceedings of the proprietors at their last meeting, and by the reports of Messrs Brindley, Yeoman, and Golborne, together with the review of Mr Smeaton1016ocn083353756file17700.73Brindley, JamesPursuant to the order I received from the General Commissioners for draining the North Level of the Fens, I have taken a view from Peterborough, thro' Wisbeach, to the sea814ocn507926520file17700.66Brindley, JamesThe report of James Brindley, Esq; engineer. For improving the navigation and drainage at Wisbeach801ocn508834173file17700.70Brindley, JamesTo the Committee of the Common-Council of the city of London162ocn838735397file17790.47Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigations : particularly that of the Duke of Bridgewater162ocn838806061file17680.47Brindley, JamesReports by James Brindley engineer, Thomas Yeoman engineer, and F.R.S. and John Golborne engineer, relative to a navigable communication betwixt the Friths of Forth and Clyde : Edinburgh 13th, 23d, 30th September, 1768151ocn838808304file0.32Brindley, JamesThe history of inland navigations : particularly those of the Duke of Bridgwater, in Lancashire and CheshireHistory131ocn024281485book18950.95Telford and Brindley : the story of their lives and engineering triumphs in roads, bridges and canals92ocn154811618book17680.92Smeaton, JohnA review of several matters relative to the Forth and Clyde navigation as now settled by act of Parliament : with some observations on the reports of Mess. Brindley, Yeoman, and Golburne53ocn559707375book1766Egerton, Francis[The History of Inland Navigation, particularly those of the Duke of Bridgwater, in Lancashire and Cheshire, and the intended one promoted by Earl Gower ... in Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire. Illustrated with geographical plans, etc. (Part the second. [By J. Brindley.])]1355ocn065275060com18440.90Brindley, JamesFac similes of a letter and part of one of the diaries of James Brindley, the great projector of canal navigation, in the collection of autographs of Joseph Mayer1302ocn000020209book19680.76Boucher, Cyril Thomas GoodmanJames Brindley, engineer, 1716-17721203ocn065275076file18440.90Hughes, SamuelMemoir of James BrindleyBiography1206ocn065249733com18190.92Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonThe first part of a letter to the Parisians and the French nation upon inland navigation containing a defence of the public character of His Grace Francis Egerton, late Duke of Bridgewater, etc. etc. etc. : and including some notices and anecdotes concerning Mr. James Brindley1184ocn065350318com17680.92Smeaton, JohnA review of several matters relative to the Forth and Clyde navigation as now settled by act of Parliament : with some observations on the reports of Mess. Brindley, Yeoman, and Golburne1163ocn065313674com18490.92Espinasse, FrancisLancashire industrialism James Brindley and his Duke of Bridgewater : Richard Arkwright : a lecture1063ocn000040168book19680.84Banks, A. GBrindley at Wet Earth Colliery: an engineering study: an investigation into the history and operation of a water power and mine pumping scheme constructed by James Brindley at the Clifton (Wet Earth) Colliery near Manchester during the years 1752-1756772ocn000842527book19730.27Bode, HaroldJames Brindley; an illustrated life of James Brindley, 1716-1772+-+9039817035732ocn058999299book20050.27Corble, NickJames Brindley : the first canal builderHistoryBiographyIt can be said of few men that without them the course of their nation's history would have been very different, yet through the force of his ideas and sheer bloody-mindedness, James Brindley, the first great canal builder, provided the spark that ignited the Industrial Revolution, united the nation and set Britain on course to become the world's first superpower. Born into poverty and barely literate, Brindley had a vision for the country that defied both established society and natural order, dividing mid-eighteenth-century scientific and political options. Crowds flocked to marvel at h+-+6407897025711ocn001363038book19630.06Evans, I. OEngineers of the worldJuvenile worksBiography653ocn056540937book20030.24Richardson, ChristineJames Brindley : canal pioneerHistoryBiography+-+5047555236324585ocn003865852book18640.76Smiles, SamuelJames Brindley and the early engineersHistoryBiography554ocn017962370book0.73Smiles, SamuelLives of the engineers: with an account of their principal works comprising, also, a history of inland communication in BritainHistoryBiography502ocn001203101book19560.84Meynell, LaurenceJames Brindley, the pioneer of canals161ocn213415147visu20040.56On the moveHistoryA history of the transportation revolution during England's industrial age162ocn838041650com17680.47Smeaton, JohnA review of several matters relative to the Forth and Clyde navigation : as now settled by act of Parliament151ocn837771250com0.35Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonThe first part of a letter to the Parisians and the French nation upon inland navigation : containing a defence of the public character of His Grace Francis Egerton, late Duke of Bridgewater, etc. etc. etc.151ocn837898175com18490.47Espinasse, FrancisLancashire industrialism : James Brindley and his Duke of Bridgewater111ocn039806609book18120.92Bridgewater, Francis Henry EgertonDescription du plan incliné souterrain, : exécuté par Francis Egerton, duc de Bridgewater, entre le bief supérieur et le bief inférieur de son canal souterrain, dans ses mines de charbon de terre de Walkden-Moor, dans le Lancashire.History111ocn309801267com18410.84Davenport, R. ALives of individuals who raised themselves from poverty to eminence or fortuneBiography+-+6407897025Fri Mar 21 15:34:03 EDT 2014batch24599