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An Account of the Fish-Pool: Consisting of A Description of the Vessel So Call'd Lately Invented and Built for the Importation of Fish Alive, and in Good Health, from Parts However Distant...... 520.00
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Steele, Richard; Gillmore, Joseph

Catalogue No.: e6995

Publisher:

London.: H. Meere at the Black Fryer in Black-Fryers, J. Pemberton at the Buck and Sun in Fleet-Street, and J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane

Edition:

First Edition; Published Date: 1718

Illustrations:

Line drawings and tail piece vignette.

Dimensions:

200 x 120 mm (8 x 5 inches) - vii, 60pp.

Appearance:

Grey hardback cloth cover.

Condition:

G+ : in Good condition plus. Modern rebind with new eps. Darkening to title page. Neat book-plate of a previous owner [John Yudkin]

'....A Proof of the Imperfection of the Well-Boat Hitherto Used in the Fishing Trade. The True Reasons Why Ships Become Stiff or Crank in Sailing; with Other Improvements, Very Useful to All Persons Concern'd in Trade and Navigation. Likewise, A Description of the Carriage Intended for the Conveyance of Fish by Land, in the Same Good Condition as in the Fish-Pool by Sea.'

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An Account of the Fish-Pool: Consisting of A Description of the Vessel So Call'd Lately Invented and Built for the Importation of Fish Alive, and in Good Health, from Parts However Distant......