|Title:||An Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's state of the case concerning the patent of making salt water fresh|
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An Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's state of the case concerning the patent of making salt water fresh
London: [s.n.], 1695.
Attributed to William Walcot. Cf. BM; Wing.
"Licens'd, Jan. 16, 1694/5. D. Poplar"
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Fitzgerald, R. (Robert). -- Salt-water sweetned.
Sea-water, Distillation of.
A Preliminary to the Work.
The State of the CASE concerning the Patent of making Salt Water Fresh, as it stands between Mr. Walcot of the one part, and the Lord Falkland, William Bridgman Esq Mr. Fitz-Gerald, and several others on the other part.
An Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's State of the Case, con∣cerning the Patent of Making Salt Water Fresh, &c. Wherein appears Whose the Right is to Exercise the Art.
2d. December 84.