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Brindley, James
Brindley, James (British engineer, 1716-1772)
James Brindley
James Brindley (britischer Ingenieur)
James Brindley (Brits civiel ingenieur (-1772))
James Brindley (English engineer)
Бриндли, Джеймс
جيمس برندلي
제임스 브린들리
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Bridgewater, Francis Egerton (1736-1803; Duke of))
Golborne, John
Great Britain. Commissioners Appointed for Improving and Completing the Navigation of the Rivers Thames and Isis
Mayer, Joseph (1803-1886))
Stafford, Granville Leveson-Gower (1721-1803; Marquess of))
Yeoman, Thomas
Considerations 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 Smeaton.
Fac 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 Mayer
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, The : 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 navigations.
James Brindley : the first canal builder
Letter to the Parisians and the French nation upon inland navigation.
Lettre 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
Mr. Brindley estimates the full expence, of making the proposed canal, from Liverpool to Leeds, at £. 259777 ....
Pursuant 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 sea;
report of James Brindley, Esq; engineer. For improving the navigation and drainage at Wisbeach, The
Report 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 Isleworth.
Reports 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 observations.
To the Committee of the Common-Council of the city of London