Capital and Steam-power: 1750-1800

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Cass, 1966 - Business & Economics - 253 pages
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JSTOR: Capital and Steam-Power, 1750-1800.
1924] LORD: CAPITAL AND STEAM-POWER, 1750-1800 619 for, though the illegalities of Wilkinson fill many folios in the Letter-Book of 1795, Mr. Lord makes no ...
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Capital and Steam Power
I. INTRODUCTION. The Records of Boulton & Watt · The Origins of Capital · Early English Trade and Industry · The Seventeenth Century · Beginning of the ...
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John Vernon Lord dons many hats including author, illustrator, and teacher. His children's books have been published all over the world in a number of languages. His classic picture book The GIANT JAM SANDWICH, with verses by Janet Burroway, has remained in print since its initial publication in 1972 and continues to be loved by children of all ages. John Vernon Lord lives in Ditchling, Sussex.

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