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Author: Savery, Thomas, 1650?-1715
Title: Navigation improv'd: or, The art of rowing ships of all rates, in calms, with a more easy, swift, and steady motion, than oars can. Also, a description of the engine that performs it; and the author's answer to all Mr. Dummer's objections that have been made against it ... By Tho. Savery, gent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Navigation improv'd: or, The art of rowing ships of all rates, in calms, with a more easy, swift, and steady motion, than oars can. Also, a description of the engine that performs it; and the author's answer to all Mr. Dummer's objections that have been made against it ... By Tho. Savery, gent.
Savery, Thomas, 1650?-1715

London: Printed and sold by James Moxon, at the Atlas in Warwick-lane, 1698.
Subject terms:
Ship propulsion -- Early works to 1800.
Navigation -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B06036.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE DEDICATION To all the Masters of the Art OF NAVIGATION
TO THE READER.
Navigation Improvd, &c.
A short Account of the Use of the Engine, given to Secretary Tren∣chard.
Books Printed, and Sold by James Moxon at the Atlas in Warwick-Lane.