BAILEY, [William].

One Hundred and Six Copper Plates of Mechanical Machines, and Implements of Husbandry, approved and adapted by The Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, and contained in their repository, in the Adelphi Buildings in the Strand. Illustrated by a particular description of each instrument, and an account of the several discoveries and improvements in agriculture, manufactures, mechanics, chemistry, and the polite arts, which have been promoted and encouraged by the Society, in different parts of this kingdom, and in the colonies of America. Carefully corrected and revised, by Alexander Mabyn Bailey, Register to the Society.


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