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Author: Urquhart Atwell Forbes
Title: Our waterways; a history of inland navigation considered as a branch of water conservancy
Publisher: London, J. Murray
Subject (keywords, tags): Inland navigation -- Great Britain; Water-supply -- Great Britain

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"List of authorities cited": p. 317-321


Contributor: University of California Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 225 kb

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