|Title:||The case of Mr. Walcot, concerning his making sea-water fresh, clear and wholesome:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The case of Mr. Walcot, concerning his making sea-water fresh, clear and wholesome:
[London?: s.n., 1694]
Seawater -- Distillation
The CASE of Mr. WALCOT, Concerning his Making Sea-Water Fresh, Clear and Wholesome.
The Lord Chandos his Testimonial concerning his long Experience of W. W. his Sea-Water.
The Testimonial of Mr. John Shish, Chief Master Builder of His Majesties Yard at Deptford, concerning the working of W. W. his Instruments in Ships.
The Exercise of this ART may be Beneficial to All, and will be Injurious to None.