The Multiplying Wheel Bucket Engine 1728

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cm white mount - acid free, extra thick smooth white mount board with a white core

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For raising water to supply Gentlemens Seats and gardens, which moves continually by a small Fall of Water, without the help of Man or Beast, Water Wheel, Wind or Fire, and will never cease to move as long as the Springs yield any Water, or the Materials of the Engine shall last. Approved by Sir Isaac Newton. Erected at Chichley, the seat of Sr John Chester Bar. (Not Bath). Printed on 1st May 1728.

IMAGE REFERENCE: 11574

CABINET ID: 150036

COLLECTION REFERENCE: LP Z3

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 310

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 420