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" ... portion of the boilers. As an engine invented by Mr. Trevithick has not been as yet applied to carriages, the Committee can do no more than draw the attention of the House to the ingenuity of its contrivance. Should it in practice be found to answer... "
An Historical and Practical Treatise Upon Elemental Locomotion, by Means of ... - Page 159
by Alexander Gordon - 1832 - 192 pages
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 16

Industrial arts - 1832
...the danger would be comparatively trifling from the small quantity of steam which could act on any portion of the boilers. As an engine, invented by...contrivance. Should it in practice be found to answer his expectations, it will remove entirely all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1832
...quantity of steam which could act on any one portion of the boiler. As an engine, invented by iir. Trevithick, has not been as yet applied to carriages,...all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described to the committee, the boilers have been proved to a considerably greater pressure than they...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1832
...steam which could act on any one portion of the boilers. As an engine, invented by Mr. Trerithick, has not been as yet applied to carriages, the committee...all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described to the committee, the boilers have been proved to a considerably greater pressure than they...
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The Register of arts, and journal of patent inventions, ed. by L. Herbert

Luke Hebert - 1832
...the danger would be comparatively trifling from the small quantity of steam which could act on any portion of the boilers. § As an engine, invented...contri-vance. Should it in practice be found to answer his expectations, it will remove entirely all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described...
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Mechanics magazine

m. salmon - 1832
...the danger would be comparatively trifling from the small quantity of steam which could act on any portion of the boilers. As an engine, invented by...contrivance. Should it in practice be found to answer his expectations, it will remove entirely all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described...
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Report on Steam Carriages, Issue 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Steam Carriages, Benjamin Chew Howard - Tolls - 1832 - 346 pages
...steam which could act on anyone portion of the boilers. As an engine, invented by Mr. Trevi' thick, has not been as yet applied to carriages, the committee...practice be found to answer his expectation, it will rembve entirely all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described to the committee, the...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 1

Railroad engineering - 1833
...«um may take ploce, but the danger would be comparatively trifling, from the small quantity of »team which could act on any one portion of the boilers....Trevithick, has not been as yet applied to carriages, the commute« can do no more than draw the attention of the Heuse to the ingenuity of its contrivance....
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A Few Facts Concerning Elementary Locomotion

Francis Maceroni - Steam-carriages - 1834 - 131 pages
...the danger would be comparatively trifling, from the small quantity of Steam which could act on any portion of the boilers. As an engine, invented by...contrivance. Should it, in practice, be found to answer his expectations, it will remove entirely all danger from explosion. In each of the Carriages described...
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A Popular and Descriptive Account of the Steam Engine, Comprising a General ...

Charles Frederick Partington - Steam-engines - 1836 - 330 pages
...place, but the danger would be comparatively trifling, from the small quantity of steam which would act on any one portion of the boilers. As an engine...all danger from explosion. In each of the carriages described to the Committee, the boilers have been proved to a considerably greater pressure than they...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 16

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1832
...from the small quantity of steam which could act on any portion of the boiler». As an engine,invented by Mr. Trevithick, has not been as yet applied to...contrivance. Should it in practice be found to answer his expectations, it will remove entirely all clanger from explosion. In each of the carriages described...
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