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John Smeaton
Smeaton, John
Smeaton, John (British civil engineer, 1724-1792)
Smeaton, John (Mr)
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Eytelwein, Johann Albert (1764-1848)
Morres, Redmond (1711 or 1712-1784)
Nicholson, William (1753-1815)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Tredgold, Thomas (1788-1829)
Venturi, Giovanni Battista (1746-1822)
Wooler, John (active 1772.)
Young, Thomas (1773-1829)
account of some experiments upon a machine for measuring the way of a ship at sea. By J. Smeaton, F.R.S, An
description of a new pyrometer, with a table of experiments made therewith., A
experimental enquiry concerning the natural powers of water and wind to turn mills, and other machines, depending on a circular motion. By J. Smeaton, F.R.S, An
Experimental enquiry concerning the natural powers of wind and water to turn mills and other machines depending on a circular motion : and An experimental examination of the quantity and proportion of mechanic power necessary to be employed in giving different degrees of velocity to heavy bodies from a state of rest : also, New fundamental experiments upon the collision of bodies : with five plates of machines
From a survey of the River Calder, 1758?:
historical report on Ramsgate harbour; written by order of, and addressed to the trustees., An
John Smeaton's diary of his journey to the Low Countries, 1755.
Letters between Redmond Morres, Esq ; one of the subscribers to the Grand Canal, and John Smeaton, Esq ; engineer, and F.R.S. in 1771, and 1772, relative to the manner of carrying on that navigation, and inviting Mr. Smeaton to come over to Ireland, to view and direct the carrying on the same. With an introduction giving an account of the undertaking. Printed by the order of the Court of Directors of the Company of Undertakers of the Grand Canal.
Mr. Smeaton's answer to the misrepresentations of his plan for Black-Friars Bridge, contained in a late anonymous pamphlet, addressed to the gentlemen of the committee for building a bridge at Black-Friars
Mr. Smeaton's report on Lewes Laughton Level
narrative of the building and a description of the construction of the Edystone Lighthouse with stone To which is subjoined, an appendix, giving some account of the lighthouse on the spurn point, built upon a sand. By John Smeaton, civil engineer, F.R.S., A
Recherches expérimentales sur l'eau et le vent, considérées comme forces motrices...
report of John Smeaton ... concerning the practicability and expence of joining the rivers Forth and Clyde by a navigable canal ... With a map of the country and a plan of the canal addressed to ... the Trustees for Fisheries, Manufactures, and Improvements in Scotland, The ; at whose desire the survey was made
report of John Smeaton, engineer, concerning the drainage of the North Level of the Fens, and the outfall of the Wisbeach River, The
report of John Smeaton, engineer, upon the harbour of Dover, The ; together with a plan of the said harbour
report relative to Tyne Bridge, A
report upon the harbour of King's Lynn, in Norfolk, by John Smeaton, engineer, and F.R.S, A
Reports of the Late Mr. John Smeaton, F.R.S. Made on various occasions in the course of his employment of an engineer. Printed for a select Committee of civil-engineers, and sold by Mr. Faden, geographer to His Majesty. Vol. I.
second report of John Smeaton, engineer, and F.R.S. Touching the practicability and expence of making a navigable canal from the river Forth to the river Clyde, and thereby joining the East Sea to the west, for vessels of greater burden, and draught of water, than those which were the subject of his first report. With a plan of the canal. Addressed to the noblemen and gentlemen subscribers for carrying the said canal into execution., The
Tracts on hydraulics.