All sorts of wheel-carriage, improved. Wherein it is plainly made appear, that a much less than the usual draught of horses, &c. will be requir'd, in Waggons, Carts, Coaches, and all other Wheel Vehicles, as likewise all Water-Mills, Wind-Mills and Horse-Mills. This Method being found good in Practice, by the trial of a Coach and Cart already made, shews of what great Advantage it may be to all Farmers, Carriers, Masons, Miners, &c. and to the Publick in general, by saving them one half of the Expences they are now at in the Draught of these Vehicles, according to the common Method. The whole illustrated with Copper Plates. And an Explanation of the Structure of a Coach and Cart, according to this Method, By Jacob Rowe, Esq

Publication Date1734
Extent[4],38p.,5 plates
Publisherprinted for Alexander Lyon under Tom's Coffee-House in Russel-Street Covent Garden


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