An essay on wheel carriages

Dr. Gordon S. Cantle, MSc. Tech.MIMechE.The Carriage Museum of America, Inc.1993. 81 pages. Illustrated with line drawings and diagrams. Covered in coated paper. The first publication to be offered by The Carriage Museum of America, is the compilation of the innumerable essays and articles written by Dr. Gordon S. Cantle. An essay on wheel carriages: containing a concise view of their origin, and a description of the variety now in use, with comparative observations on the safety of those upon two and four wheels, and remarks on the dangerous construction of the present stage coaches: to which are added, observations on the mechanical power and operation of Excerpt from An Essay on the Construction of WheelCarriages, as They Affect Both the Roads and the Horses: With Suggestions Relating to the Principles on Which Tolls Ought to Be Imposed, and a Few Remarks on the Formation of Roads An essay on the construction of wheelcarriages, as they affect both the roads and the horses: with suggestions relating to the principles on which tolls ought to be imposed, and a few remarks on the formation of roads.

by Fry, Joseph Storrs. Publication date 1820. An Essay On Wheel Carriages: Containing A Concise View Of Their Origin, And A Description Of The Variety Now In Use (1828) [T. Fuller on Amazon. com. FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks An essay on wheel carriages containing a concise view of their origin, and a description of the variety now in use, with comparative observations on the safety of those upon two and four wheels, and remarks on the dangerous construction of the present stage coaches: to which are added, observations on the mechanical power and operation of An Essay On The Construction Of Wheel Carriages As They Affect Both The Roads And The Horses 1820 from the manufacturer This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.

An Essay on Wheel Carriages: Containing a Concise View of Their Origin, and a Description of the Variety Now in Use; with Comparative Observations on the Safety of Those Upon Two and Four Wheels, and Remarks on the Dangerous Construction of the Present Stage Coaches.



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