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Fri Mar 21 17:10:44 2014 UTClccn-n810267270.00An exhibition of ormolu : the work of Matthew Boulton : June 19740.670.98Industrial revolution, a documentary history32778696Matthew_Boultonn 81026727572478Matthew Boultonlccn-n50034930Watt, James1736-1819lccn-n50012599Smiles, Samuel1812-1904lccn-n50035288Goodison, Nicholaslccn-n88625356Lord, John1899-lccn-n81026726Tann, Jennifer1939-edtlccn-n50039050Delieb, Ericlccn-n84805191Dickinson, H. W.(Henry Winram)1870-1952lccn-nr98043347Mason, Shenalccn-n50022707Wedgwood, Josiah1730-1795lccn-n50037924Darwin, Erasmus1731-1802Boulton, Matthew1728-1809HistorySourcesPatentsTrials, litigation, etcExhibition catalogsBiographyArchivesMicroform catalogsDramaCatalogsGreat BritainBoulton, Matthew,EngineersWatt, James,Steam-enginesIndustriesEngland--BirminghamRoadsInventorsGildingArt metal-workDiscoveries in scienceCapitalismIndustrialistsEngineeringEnlightenmentEnglandMechanical engineersWedgwood, Josiah,Darwin, Erasmus,Patent suitsSilversmithsIntellectual lifeRevolutionsManagement--Study and teachingEuropePriestley, Joseph,Smeaton, John,Lunar Society of Birmingham (England)Civil engineersTelford, Thomas,Metcalf, John,SilverworkBrindley, James,Rennie, John,Vermuyden, Cornelius,--Sir,Perry, John,Stephenson, George,Stephenson, Robert,Transportation engineeringJames Watt and Company (Birmingham, England)Engineering--Equipment and suppliesManners and customsConstruction industryArchitecture, Domestic--Conservation and restorationLiability for environmental damagesOil spills--Economic aspectsOil spills--Environmental aspectsBritish ColumbiaPetroleum pipelines--Environmental aspects172818091773177517801788179217931794179517971799180918111812181918231850186218651866187218741878189519041905191319161919192319261928193019311936193719431945194719481952195319651966196719681969197119721974197619781980198119821984199019921993199419951997199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120133468194335739.2TS140.B68ocn060639440ocn1226850363047ocn007461387book19810.76Boulton, MatthewThe selected papers of Boulton & WattHistorySources+-+32167571753241194ocn065345968com17990.88Watt, JamesThe arguments of the judges in two causes relating to the letters patent granted to James Watt, engineer, for his method of lessening the consumption of steam and fuel in fire enginesTrials, litigation, etcPatents384ocn230210406com17970.76Garbett, Samuel[Letter], BirminghamMs. letter written by Samuel Garbett, addressed to: Matthew Boulton Esq., at Mrs. Matthews's, London Street, Fenchurch Street, London. It concerns the price of iron, and the taxes on silver manufactures and their effect on the cost of watches and watch chains374ocn230210353file17990.73Boulton, Matthew[Letter], SohoMs. letter from Matthew Boulton to Charlotte Matthews, concerning social activities and family life373ocn182846621file0.73Soho House papersMatthew Boulton's ms. account book 1797-1799, invoices, correspondence between James Watt and Boulton's son about costs relating to the rebuilding of Boulton's home, Soho House in Birmingham, and later papers relating to the sale of Soho House in 1860331ocn758079118com20110.66Boulton, MatthewFinancial vulnerability assessment who would pay for oil tanker spills associated with the Northern Gateway Pipeline?155ocn310815339book19810.33Boulton, MatthewThe selected papers of Boulton & Watt / the engine partnership 1775-1825HistoryBiographySources+-+3216757175324114ocn009523887book19130.86Boulton, MatthewThe Burglar & the Girl113ocn009523892book19190.63Boulton, MatthewThe brass door-knob : a playlet92ocn012016880book19310.96Mitchell, John HinckleyMitchell-Boulton correspondence, 1787-1792, relative to coinages for South Carolina and the United StatesHistory91ocn059885131book19810.24Boulton, MatthewThe selected papers of Boulton & WattBiography73ocn028923494book19160.63Boulton, Matthew"Sword or surplice?" A play in one actDrama62ocn276221862book0.98Industrial revolution, a documentary historyHistoryCatalogsArchivesMicroform catalogsSources61ocn192296837book19820.81Birmingham Assay OfficeMatthew Boulton and the toymakers : silver from the Birmingham Assay Office : 15th-26th November, 1982 : catalogue of an exhibition at Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, LondonHistoryExhibition catalogs51ocn260116347book19740.50Goodison, NicholasOrmolu: the work of Matthew Boulton42ocn162580714book20030.81Boulton, MatthewThe end of liturgy : Karl Barth, Martin Luther, and a theology of invocationHistory41ocn060639440rcrd20040.47Stewart, RodTonight's the night the Rod Stewart musical41ocn061701790book0.92Industrial revolution : a documentary historyHistoryArchivesSources41ocn081481272book1974Goodison, NicholasAn exhibition of ormolu : the work of Matthew Boulton : June 1974Exhibition catalogs41ocn051350029book19660.79Lord, JohnCapital and steam-power: 1750-1800HistoryWhen it appeared in 1923, John Lord's Capital and Steam Power 1750-1800 was the first book to be based on the voluminous Boultori and Watt papers in Birmingham since the hey-day of Samuel Smiles. Although Lord's conclusions have been modified and corrected on various points, this book still remains the best short account of the significance of this classic engineering partnership which bulks so large in the history of technology and of the Industrial Revolution in Britain. ""Mr. Lord's Capital and Steam Power 1750-1800 is an important contribution to economic history ... His introductory sketch39030ocn006006006book18650.84Smiles, SamuelLives of Boulton and Watt. Principally from the original Soho mss. Comprising also a history of the invention and introduction of the steam engineHistoryBiographySamuel Smiles's Lives of the Engineers looks at locomotives and George and Robert Stephenson's lives+-+862833093632438812ocn001190869book19230.79Lord, JohnCapital and steam-power: 1750-1800HistoryWhen it appeared in 1923, John Lord's Capital and Steam Power 1750-1800 was the first book to be based on the voluminous Boultori and Watt papers in Birmingham since the hey-day of Samuel Smiles. Although Lord's conclusions have been modified and corrected on various points, this book still remains the best short account of the significance of this classic engineering partnership which bulks so large in the history of technology and of the Industrial Revolution in Britain. ""Mr. Lord's Capital and Steam Power 1750-1800 is an important contribution to economic history ... His introductory sketch3443ocn000872257book19740.50Goodison, NicholasOrmolu: the work of Matthew Boulton2896ocn001686779book19360.76Dickinson, H. WMatthew BoultonBiography1882ocn000278262book19710.32Delieb, EricMatthew Boulton: master silversmith, 1760-17901685ocn052531195book20020.24Uglow, Jennifer SThe lunar men : the friends who made the future, 1730-1810HistoryBiography"In the 1760s a group of amateur experimenters met and made friends in the Midlands. Most came from poor families, all lived far from the centre of things, but they were young and their optimism was boundless: together they would change the world. Among them were the ambitious toy-maker Matthew Boulton and his partner James Watt, of steam-engine fame; the potter Josiah Wedgwood; and the larger-than-life Erasmus Darwin, physician, poet, inventor and theorist of evolution (a forerunner of his grandson Charles). Later came Joseph Priestley, discoverer of oxygen and fighting radical." "With a small band of allies, including the exuberant followers of Rousseau, Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Thomas Day, they formed the Lunar Society of Birmingham (so called because it met at each full moon). Blending science, art and commerce, the Lunar Men built canals, launched balloons, named plants, gases and minerals, changed the face of England and the china in its drawing rooms, and plotted to revolutionize its soul." --Book Jacket+-+45616762053241573ocn243602134book20090.70Birmingham City Museum and Art GalleryMatthew Boulton : selling what all the world desiresBiographyExplains how Boulton, a Birmingham "toy"--Maker producing buttons, buckles and silverware, went into business with James Watt and exported Boulton & Watt steam engines all over the world. His determination to discourage counterfeiters led to a contract to manufacture British coinage at his mint, and his ormolu ornaments decorated aristocratic drawing rooms+-+83089655851251ocn000513302book19710.56Delieb, EricThe great silver manufactory: Matthew Boulton and the Birmingham silversmiths, 1760-17901244ocn820949843com20130.73Quickenden, KennethMatthew Boulton enterprising industrialist of the EnlightenmentBiography701ocn052032885book20020.88Goodison, NicholasMatthew Boulton : ormolu+-+1527898545576ocn017962370book18780.73Smiles, SamuelLives of the engineers: with an account of their principal works comprising, also, a history of inland communication in BritainHistoryBiography354ocn012432151book19520.53Gale, W. K. VBoulton, Watt and the Soho undertakings321ocn003423337book19760.90Boulton, MatthewMatthew Boulton : designer and craftsman : [exhibition] November 9 through December 5, 1976, the J.B. Speed Art MuseumExhibition catalogs211ocn065211073book20050.56Mason, ShenaThe hardware man's daughter : Matthew Boulton and his 'dear girl'Biography+-+2928225136324191ocn077520165visu20040.53Working wondersThe story of the innovations and innovators from England's Industrial Revolution who changed the world of work. Discussions include work with waterwheels, thread factories, and the steam engine. Viewers will also witness the birth of the contemporary workplace191ocn018244739book19760.84Matthew Boulton, designer and craftsman, 1728-1809 : the collection of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Codell, Jr183ocn011915159book19820.81Birmingham Assay OfficeMatthew Boulton and the toymakers : silver from the Birmingham Assay Office : 15th-26th November, 1982 : catalogue of an exhibition at Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, LondonHistoryExhibition catalogs171ocn007549269book19280.93Eidlitz, Robert JamesMedallic portraits of Matthew Boulton and James Watt131ocn369127642book20090.33Matthew Boulton and the art of making moneyHistory+-+3509303036324131ocn812687347book20130.28Burton, AnthonyMatthew Boulton Industry's Great InnovatorBiographyWithout Boulton, James Watt would probably have failed to bring his steam engine to market. By the time of their partnership Boulton was already a successful industrialist manufacturing a range of silver and plated goods, buttons and buckles and the sort of knicknackery known in the 18th century as 'toys'. He had a business network throughout continental Europe with travelling agents who represented his various interests. In due course they ware asked to represent the engine business, particularly at court and to governments. Boulton built an elegant architect-designed factory outsi+-+3216757175324+-+3216757175324Fri Mar 21 15:15:18 EDT 2014batch27016