|Title:||A vvorthy vvorke profitable to this whole kingdome. Concerning the mending of all high-waies, as also for waters and iron workes. By Tho: Procter Esquire.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A vvorthy vvorke profitable to this whole kingdome. Concerning the mending of all high-waies, as also for waters and iron workes. By Tho: Procter Esquire.
London: Printed by E. Allde & are to be sold at his house on Lambard-hill, neere Olde-fish-streete, 1607.
|Alternate titles:||Worthy worke profitable to this whole kingdome Worthy worke profitable to this whole kingdome. Description of mending highwaies.|
Running title reads: A description of mending highwaies.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library.
Roads -- Design and construction -- Early works to 1800.
Roads -- Maintenance and repair -- Early works to 1800.
To his moste excellent Maiestie con∣cerning these proiects of the Author.
A Description of the manner how to mend high-waies.
The benefits and profits that shall or may arise vnto his Maiestie and subiects, here by art and action doing, if set on worke accordingly.
Also for waters, Riuers and their benefits.
These hereunder doth declare & make known the bene∣fits & profits that shal or may arise vpon the making of yron, if the same shal be made with & after the direction of the said Author in act & action, with true performance accordingly.
To his Maiestie for Farme or Rent.