|Author:||Vermuyden, Cornelius, Sir, 1590-1677.|
|Title:||A discourse touching the drayning the great fennes,: lying vvithin the severall counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Huntington, Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, and the isle of Ely, as it was presented to his Majestie. By Sir Cornelius Vermuïden Knight. Whereunto is annexed the designe or map. Published by authority.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A discourse touching the drayning the great fennes,: lying vvithin the severall counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Huntington, Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, and the isle of Ely, as it was presented to his Majestie. By Sir Cornelius Vermuïden Knight. Whereunto is annexed the designe or map. Published by authority.
Vermuyden, Cornelius, Sir, 1590-1677.
London: Printed by Thomas Fawcet, dwelling in Grub-street neere the lower Pumpe, 1642.
Drainage -- Great Britain
Fens, The (England)
A Discourse touching the Drayning of the great Fennes lying within the severall Counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Huntingdon, Nor∣folke, Suffolke, Cambridge, and the Jsle of Ely, &c.
The Scituation of the Great Fennes, and the State thereof.
Considerations to be taken in the Ordinary way of Drayning.
Divers things to be observed.
Now for the Particulars concerning the contriving of the Workes betweene the River Glean, and Mortons-Leame.
The Worke which lyeth in the middle of the Le∣vell betweene Mortons-Leame and Bed∣ford River, the River now running through it.
The third Worke being a Levell on the South∣side of Bedford River, and so along and be∣tween the Uplands of Suffolk, Nor∣folke, and Cambridge.