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" ... navigation, but Brindley, furnished with ample resources, persevered, and conquered all the embarrassments, occasioned by the nature of the undertaking, and by the passions and prejudices of individuals. Having completed the canal as far as Barton,... "
A Letter to M. Ricardo, Esq: In Reply to His Letter to Dr. Yates, on the ... - Pagina 97
di John Vallance - 1827 - 118 pagine
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A general history of inland navigation, foreign and domestic

John Phillips - 1803 - 598 pagine
...canal was completed as far as Barton, where the Ii well is na\igable for large vessels, Mr. Brindley proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct...extravagant project, he desired, in order to justify his conduct towards his noble employer, that the opinion of another engineer might be taken, believing...
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The general history of inland navigation: containing a complete account of ...

John Phillips - 1803 - 598 pagine
...canal was completed as far as Barton, where the Irwell is navigable for large vessels, Mr. Brinuley proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct...extravagant project, he desired, in order to justify his conduct towards his noble employer, that the opinion of another engineer might be taken, believing...
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The Every-day Book: Or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, Sports ...

William Hone - 1827
...Having completed the canal as far as Barton, where the river Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water. This was considered as a chimerical and extravagant project; and an eminent engineer said, " I have...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Volume 2

William Hone - 1830
...Having completed the canal as far as Barton, where the river Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water. This was considered as a chimerical and extravagant project; and an eminent engineer said, " I have...
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A Letter to the Kensington Canal Company: On the Substitution of the ...

John Vallance - 1833 - 74 pagine
...says:— " When the first canal ever cut in England was completed as far as Barton, where the Trwell " is navigable for large vessels, Mr. Brindsley proposed...wild and extravagant project, he desired (in order (o " justify his opinion towards his noble employer) that the opinion of another engineer might be...
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The every-day book and table-book; or, Everlasting calendar of ..., Volume 2

William Hone - 1837
...laving completed the canal as far as Barton, where the rivur Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water. This was considered as a chimerical and extravai>ant project; and an eminent engineer said, " I have...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Volume 1

William Hone - 1837
...Having completed the canal as far as Barton, where the river Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water. This was considered as a chimerical and extravagant project; and an eminent engineer said, " I have...
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A new general biographical dictionary, projected and partly ..., Volume 5

New general biographical dictionary - 1848 - 1857 pagine
...valleys. When it was completed as far as Barton, where the Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water ; and though this project was treated as wild and chimerical, yet, supported by his noble patron, he...
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New General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 5

Hugh James Rose - 1848
...in LancaWhen it was completed as far as Barton, where the Irwell is navigable for large vessels, he proposed to carry it over that river by an aqueduct thirty-nine feet above the surface of the water ; and though this project was treated as wild and chimerical, yet, supported by his shire, for the...
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A Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce ..., Volume 1

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1852
...navigable for large Tessels, Mr. Brindley proposed to carry it over that riter by an aqueduct ЗЭ feet above the surface of the water in the river....extravagant project, he desired, in order to justify his conduct towards his noble employer, that the opinion of another engineer might lie taken, believing...
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