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A New System of Inland Conveyance, for Goods and Passengers, Capable of Being Applied and ... by George Medhurst Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. Excerpt from A New System of Inland Conveyance, for Goods and Passengers: Capable of Being Applied and Extended Throughout the Country; And of Conveying All Kinds of Goods, Cattle, and Passengers, With the Velocity of Sixty Miles in an Hour, at an Expense That Will Not Exceed the One-Fourth Part of the Present Mode of TravellinAuthor: George Medhurst.

A new system of inland conveyance for goods and passengers: capable of being applied and extended throughout the country, and of conveying all kinds of goods, cattle, and passengers with the velocity of sixty miles in an hour, at an expense that will not exceed the one-fourth part of the present mode of travelling, without the aid of horses or any animal power.

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A new system of inland conveyance, for goods and passengers, capable of being applied and extended throughout the country; and of conveying all kinds of goods, cattle, and passengers, with the velocity of sixty miles in an hour, at an expense that will not exceed the one-fourth part of the present mode of travelling, without the aid of horses or any animal power Author: George Medhurst.

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