2 edition of Report on the proposed line of navigation from Stella to Hexham, and from Hexham to Haydon-Bridge, on the South side of the River Tyne found in the catalog.
Report on the proposed line of navigation from Stella to Hexham, and from Hexham to Haydon-Bridge, on the South side of the River Tyne
by printed for John Bell, bookseller and land-surveyor, Union-Street and R. Dickenson, Hexham in Newcastle
Written in English
Reference: ESTC T170514.
|Statement||by Robt. Whitworth, engineer.|
|Contributions||Bell, John, 1755-1816, printer., Bell, John, 1755-1816, publisher., Bell, John, 1755-1816, bookseller., Dickenson, R., bookseller.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, p. ;|
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